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Page 126 - Lectures on the Principal Doctrines and Practices of the Catholic Church, delivered at St. Mary's, Moorfields, during the Lent of 1836. Second edition, entirely revised and corrected by the Author. Two vols.
Page 117 - John, a Short and Plain Way to the Church, composed many years since by Richard Huddleston, of the Order of St. Benedict; to which is annexed King Charles the Second's papers, found in his closet, with an account of what occurred on his deathbed in regard to religion ; and a summary of occurrences relating to his miraculous preservation after his defeat at Worcester.
Page 118 - Keenan (Rev. Stephen). Controversial Catechism ; or, Protestantism refuted and Catholicism established by an appeal to the Holy Scriptures, the testimony of the Holy Fathers, and the dictates of Reason ; in which such portions of Scheffmacher's Catechism as suit modern Controversy are embodied.
Page 52 - Kingston, had I but served my God as diligently as I have served my king, He would not have given me over in my grey hairs.
Page 121 - It contains food for all minds. The wisest will find in it a strain of a high, dear, pure, and (in these days) a new philosophy. The historian and the antiquarian will find light thrown upon the manners of many times and many people. The poet will be charmed with the strains of lofty eloquence, and the many touching and beautiful stories it contains. Many, we think, will desire
Page 119 - Life of St. Jane Frances de Chantal, foundress of the Order of the Visitation, collected from original Documents and Records. By the Rev. WH Coombes, DD 2 vols., 8vo, price 9s.
Page 119 - The History and Antiquities of the AngloSaxon Church, containing an Account of its Origin, Government, Doctrines, Worship, Revenues, and Clerical and Monastic Institutions.
Page 123 - ROCK, Rev. Dr., The Church of Our Fathers ; or, St. Osmund's Rite for the Church of Salisbury, from a manuscript in the Library of that Cathedral. Printed for the first time, and elucidated with Dissertations on the Belief and Ritual of the Church in England before and after the coming of the Normans. Vols. 1 and 2 illustrated with many Engravings on wood and copper.
Page 124 - Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Translated from the Latin by Charles Seager, MA, with a Preface by Cardinal Wiseman, Archbishop of Westminster. Small 8vo, price 4s., cloth lettered, illustrated with a fine print of St. Ignatins of Loyola. St. Mary and her Times: a Poem in Fourteen Cantos. By the Authoress of
Page 119 - If we were asked from what source one could obtain the greatest insight into the national mind and ways of thought of the Christian Anglo-Saxons, we should have no hesitation in referring the inquirer to these pages. As a narration of facts, and expounder of the inferences more immediately to be drawn from them, there is no writer of the present day who excels the diligent, accurate, and eloquent historian of England.