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Essays on religion and literature

Published by Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts and Green in London .

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On the subjects proper to the Academia -- H.E. Manning
The action of the church upon art and civilization, shown in the high altar of the Church of Saint Ambrose at Milan, so valuable for its liturgical teachings, and as an example of Anglo-Saxon workmanship -- Daniel Rock
On the birhplace of Saint Patrick -- J. Cashel Hoey
The position of a Catholic minority in a non-Catholic country -- Frederick Oakeley
On Bishop Colenso's Objections to the veracity of holy writ -- Francis Henry Laing
The truth of supposed legends and fables -- H.E. Wiseman
Christianity in relation to civil society, part I -- Edward Lucas
Christianity in relation to civil society, part II.
Inaugural address, sessions 1866-7 -- Archbishop Manning
On intellectual power and man's perfection --
On the mission and prospects of the Catholic Church in England -- F. Oakeley
Christianity in relation to civil society -- Edward Lucas
On the philosophy of Christianity -- Albany J. Christie
On some events preparatory to the English Reformation -- H.W. Wilberforce
On the inspiration of scripture -- Archbishop Manning
Church and state -- Edmund Sheridan Purcell
Certain sacrificial words used by St. Paul -- Monsignor Patterson.


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BX880 .E87 1865

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