An historical account of the laws enacted against the Catholics both in England and Ireland : of the ameliorations which they have undergone during the present reign, and of their existent state : to which is added, a short account of the laws for the punishment of heresy in general ; a brief review of the merits of the Catholic question ; and copious notes, tending principally to illustrate the views and conduct of the Church of England, the Presbyterians, and sectarians, with regard to toleration, when in the enjoyment of power / by James Baldwin Brown.
|Main Author:||Brown, James Baldwin, 1785-1843.|
|Other Authors:||Lansdowne, Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, Marquess of, 1780-1863,|
London : Printed for Underwood and Blacks, 1813.
Catholic Church > England.
Dissenters, Religious > Legal status, laws, etc. > Ireland.
Dissenters, Religious > Legal status, laws, etc. > England.
xv, 366 p., 1 leaf, 180 p. ;
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