Catalog Record: Ipse, ipsa: ipse, ipsa, ipsum: which? (The Latin various readings, Genesis iii. 15.) Controversial letters in answer to the above question, and in vindication of the position assigned by the Catholic Church to the ever-blessed Mother of the world's Redeemer in the divine economy of man's salvation. In reply to the Right Reverend Dr. Kingdon ... and "John M. Davenport" | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Ipse, ipsa: ipse, ipsa, ipsum: which? (The Latin various readings, Genesis iii. 15.) Controversial letters in answer to the above question, and in vindication of the position assigned by the Catholic Church to the ever-blessed Mother of the world's Redeemer in the divine economy of man's salvation. In reply to the Right Reverend Dr. Kingdon ... and "John M. Davenport" ... by Richard F. Quigley ...

Main Author: Quigley, Richard Francis.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, F. Pustet & Co. [1891]
Subjects: Huntington, John Metcalf.
Kingdon, Hollingworth Tully. > Misprints.
Mary, > Blessed Virgin, Saint > Immaculate conception.
Bible. > O.T. > Genesis III, 15 > Commentaries.
Note: Errata: 1 leaf at end.
Physical Description: 471 p., 1 l. 8vo.
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