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Catholicism

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Single Item

Copy of 'A defence of the answer to Mr. Alabasters fower demandes against a treatise entituled the Catholikes Reply...' by William Bedell, 1605

Early 17th-century copy of 'A defence of the answer to Mr. Alabasters fower demandes against a treatise entituled the Catholikes Reply...' by William Bedell, 1605.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. th. c. 65
Extents: 87 Leaves
Dates: Early 17th century
Collection

Early 17th-century Miscellanea from the Library of Sir Henry Spelman

Four volumes of early 17th-century miscellanea, from the library of Sir Henry Spelman, including: Papers relating to English religious houses Papers relating to English monastic houses Miscellanea including extracts from early French monastic cartularies and transcripts from Cheshire deeds Transcripts of miscellaneous historical pieces of the 16th and 17th…
Extents: 4 shelfmarks
Dates: Early 17th cent.
Single Item

H. A. V. Moreton, 'Some aspects of Jansenism', typescript M. Litt. thesis, Durham

H. A. V. Moreton, 'Some aspects of Jansenism', typescript M. Litt. thesis, Durham.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. th. d. 56
Extents: 293 Leaves
Dates: 1962
Collection

Mendham Manuscripts

The Mendham collection is almost entirely connected with the Council of Trent (the main object of which was the definitive determination of the doctrines of the Catholic Church in answer to the heresies of the Protestants) and includes letters and diaries.
Extents: 37 shelfmarks
Dates: 15th-17th cent.
Single Item

Notebook used by four successive owners, Oxford

Notebook used by four successive owners, Oxford
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. f. 49
Extents: 79 Leaves
Dates: 17th century
Single Item

Transcript by 'F. S.', 18th century, of 'A collection of letters that passed between a gentlewoman, a convert to popery, in Italy, and some of her Protestant friends in England, on severall controverted points of religion', 1732-1738

Transcript by 'F. S.', 18th century, of 'A collection of letters that passed between a gentlewoman, a convert to popery, in Italy, and some of her Protestant friends in England, on severall controverted points of religion', 1732-1738.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. th. e. 164
Extents: 172 pages
Dates: 18th century