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The triumph of Mary, the mother of God; being a discussion which took place in the Tower of London, in the reign of Edward VI. between a Roman Catholic priest (confined there,) and a puritanical preacher Public Deposited

The triumph of Mary, the mother of God; being a discussion which took place in the Tower of London, in the reign of Edward VI. between a Roman Catholic priest (confined there,) and a puritanical preacher

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  • Gall.L.20.49
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  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
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  • Ireland
  • Dublin
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  • published 1849
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  • Gall.L.20.49 is a copy of The triumph of Mary, the mother of God; being a discussion which took place in the Tower of London, in the reign of Edward VI. between a Roman Catholic priest (confined there,) and a puritanical preacher. Carefully transcribed and revised, by the Very Rev. John Spratt, D.D. Published by C.M. Warren, 21 Upper Ormond Quay, Dublin in 1849. Printed by Pattison Jolly, Printer and Stereotyper, 17 Anglesea Street, Dublin. Preface by the author signed in the Carmelite Convent, Dublin, 30th September 1849. Extent: 192 pages. Contents: Page [iii]-iv: To the reader --Page [5]-8: Dedication: To the Queen’s Most Excellent Majesty --Page [9]-10: An advertisement of the authour [sic] to the reader --Page [11]-54: The triumph of Mary --Page 55-82: On the Invocation of the Mother of God --Page 83-97: The Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary --Page 98-107: The Rosary --Page 108-127: The Hail Mary --Page 128-142: Festival days in honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary --Page 143-159: Images of the Blessed Virgin Mary --Page 160-181: Pilgrimages to places dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary -- Page 182-192: A hymn in honour of the Immaculate Virgin Mary, and other hymns. This copy has purple cloth covers; tooled in blind, and a MS date inside front cover: ‘May 1855’.
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  • pencils (drawing and writing equipment)
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  • paper (fiber product)
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  • Irish
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  • GALL-L-20-49_001
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  • 0152395

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