A New History of Ecclesiastical Writers:: Containing an Account of the Authors of the Several Books of the Old and New Testament; of the Lives and Writings of the Primitive Fathers; an Abridgment and Catalogue of Their Works; Their Various Editions, and Censures Determining the Genuine and Spurious. Together with a Judgment Upon Their Style and Doctrine. Also, a Compendious History of the Councils; with Chronological Tables of the Whole

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Abel Swalle and Tim. Childe, 1693 - Christian literature, Early
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Useful in searching James Joyce's phrase 'chastisement of the secular arm' in A Portrait of the Artist. This phrase can be met with in a facetious sense in a review of works on Dr. Parr in Edinburgh Review (1831) but also, without the term 'chastisement' in two lives of Giordano Bruno which Joyce knew. The puzzle is to know where he first met it. The answer is, probably at school with the Jesuits in Dublin. [BS - at ricorso.net.] 

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