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on the French Revolution 308 Editor, on the Celebration of the Tri-
Centenary of the Reforma-
tion . . . Anti-Jesuitism, Spirit of . . . 392 , on the Conduct of the BoardBlanchardism, Rise and Nature of .. 31
Addressers of the Pope . . 30 Important intelligence
on the Truth of the Reformarespecting . . 158
tion as described by the Sentinients of Dr. Mil
Rev. Mr. Saunders . . 41 ner on .
ip Reply to a Correspondent Botany Bay, Intolerant proceedings at 272
on the Proposed Repeal of Letter from to a Catho
the Declaration against PoJic Prelate i 458
pery . . . . 68 Expulsion of a Catholic
on the Preston Controversy. 81 Priest from . . 457
on Trapsubstantiation ... 121 Brito de John, Šufferings and Death of 449
on the Adoration of Images . 127 Butler Mr. Charles, Defence of by the
Observations on the State of Man in the Moon
Parties . . . . 155 Catholic Principles favourable to Ci
on the Re-ult of Gen. Thornvil Liberty. .
ton's motion on TransubLoyalty, Extraordinary In:
stantia in stance of . .
in Vindication of his Conduct Chapels, Appeals in favour
attacked by the Rev. Mr. Oliver
his Retrospect of Catholic Afo . . 198
fairs during the last six Situation of in Germany. - 343
Years . Calvinistic Doctrine, Sketch of 23, 101, 146
Address to the Catholics of Carter John, some Memoirs of . . 187
Ireland . . 201 Charitable Sisters, Report of their
Measures recommended to fa. proceedings . . 78
cilitate Emancipation . . 215 Institutions, some Account
on the duty of an Editor . . 281 of . . . 118
on the Conduct of the Irish China, State of Missions at .
. 252 Churchman, Letter of to the Editor, 121
on the Sentiments of English Cisalpine Club, some Account of . . 332
Vetoists on the Pope's LetCobridge Chapel, Appeal in favour
ter to the Irish Prelates . 285
Exposure of a well-known Colleges, State of English and Irish
and dangerous Writer. 287 in France . .
on the rumoured Revision of Observations on their mai
the Oath of Supremacy . 291 nagement
Hint to the Members of the . French Ordonnance in fa
English Board . . . 293 vour of
Considerations on the Pope's Considerations ou the promised Me
Letter to the Irish Prelates 321 moirs of English Catholics . .
on the Interference of Kings Consecration of the coadjutor Bishop
ia Spiritual Affairs . . . 344 of Clogher.
on similar Conduct in Lay Concordat between Bavaria and the
345 Holy See
on Protestant Wisdom and Constantine the Great, Speech of pro
Catholic ignorance : 361 claiming Religious 'Toleration :.
on the question, Is Popery or Dialogue between a Lord Mayor and
Protestantism less conducive a Witness on taking an Oathi .
to Civil Liberty . . $64 Domestic Nomiuation, Observations
on the question, Is Popery or OD
Protestantism less Conge
nial to Religious Liberty , 401 tholic Board
. . 196
on the question, Is Popery or Dublin Grand Jury, Bigoted Intoler:
Protestantism most conduance of . .
. . 472
cive to Morality. . . 441
Page. Easter, Question respecting the right | Irish Catholics, Character of, by Sir time of keeping .
Francis Burdett . . . 197 Education, Observations on the new Ivimey, Rev. Mr. Lecture of to pro
Scheme for . . . mote Native Irish Schools for Scrip-
ture Reading. .
James II, Extracts from Mr. Clarke's
Life of . 434
History of the bin . . 354
Testimony of American Chiefs of Mr. Charles
in favour of Butler . . 356
Decree in favour of, at Friof Mr. Carlill , 357
hourg . . . . 391 of Mr. Marsh . 359
Review of a Disquisition i of Mr. Standring 860
favour of:. . ..479 of Mr. Wilson , ibid. | Knox; Character of English Catholic Body, Letter on the Liberty of (conscience, First Declara
differences existing in the .. 11 tion of James II, for Catholies employed in Civil
Second Declaration of ditto for.
Butler . . 65 buted to the Dis
Reply to the same 105 franchisement of . 86
Second Reply to
the same. .143 the Pope, curi | Marriage Act, Observations on . . 258
ous information re Mary of England, Proclamation for - specting the, .. 439 Religions Toleration . .
403 Exeter Priory, Strictures on the Let. Milner Dr. Jrreligious treatment of. 59 ter from .
Account of the Persecution of Fidei Defensor on the Reformation : 15
his Portrait . - . 173 Fletcher Judge, Remarks on his at.
Sentiments on Bianchardism . 261 tack on the Irish Clergy .... 113
Address to the Bishop of St. Floating lower of Babel . 126
David's . . . 390 France, Protestants of, Observations Netherlands, Doctrinal Decisions of
on the Punishment of some . . . 227 the Bishops of, on the ConstituFrench League, tolerant Tenour of , 41 tional Oath .. Gilpin, Rev. Mr. Criticism on his Lec. Oatli of Supremacy, Rumour concerntures .
. . 110 ing the .. Hayes, Rev. Mr. Resolutions in favour Officers' Oath Act, a Midland Lay
Catholic on the operation of 25), Diito at Cork . . Some remarks on the saine · · · 335 Declaration of to Ca Oliver Rev. Mr. in Refutation of a
tholic Board .. 236 Charge against the Westero Vicar Hippisley Sir John, documents rela
Apostolic . . tive to his arrival at Rome . . 160 Orangemen, Diabolical Transactions of 439 Horrabin, Rev. Mr. Remarks on his Orange Procession at Newcastle .. 440
Speech on Education . . 319 Outrage at Spanish-place Chapel 129 Hussey Bishop, Pastora! Charge of . 303 Pastoral of Dr. Collingridge on the lgootus, Comment on the Letters of . 259
Bill of 1813 ... . 34 Images, Remarks on the adoration of 117
Remarks on the same . . 63 Opinions of the Nicene Fa Pascal, Remarks on Letters of . . 145 thers co
T'ope The, Answer to the Britislı
lou Scripture passages in favour
Letter from, on the French Inundation, Account of a frightful one
. 155 in Switzerland . . . 316
Answer to the RemonIrish Poor, wise Plan to Civilize the 318
strance of, to the Irish Irish Catholic Board, Proceedings
Catholic Board . . . 232 of: . 37,230, 273
Letter to the Irish Prelates 274 Meeting of . . 196
Remarks on the same . . 302 Censurable Conduct of
Approval of by a Corresdetailed . . 207
pondent . . 323 Remonstrance to the Protestant Union, Principles of... 203 Pope ..
Protestantism, Ioconsistencies of this