A collection of about twelve sermons, dissertations, memoirs, etc. relating to the Catholic Church from the mid to late 1800s
circa 1875. Hardcover. Very Good. Hardcover. A collection of works in Latin, Italian, and English regarding the Catholic Church: "De Intolerantia Catholica seu de Sententia "Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus" Dissertatio Theologica" Taurini: Ex Tip. A. Vecco et Sociorum, 1868 (142 pages); "Lucubratio Prima de Sacra Hebraeorum et Christianorum Monarchia et de Infallibili in Utraque Magisterio ex Divina Scriptura et Vetusta Synagogae et Ecclesiae Traditione Comprobatis" by Prof. aloisium Vincenzi. Rome: Typis Bernardi Morini, 1872 (84 pages); "Lucubratio Altera de Persona Cephae ab apostolo paulo reprehensi distincta a simone petro seu Jacobus Cephas et Joannes" by Prof. Aloisium Vincenzi. Rome: Typis Bernardi Morini, 1872 (pages 87 - 201 plus index); "Enchiridion ad Sacrarum Disciplinarum Cultores Accommodatum" Rome: Ex Typographia Polyglotta, 1877 (83 pages); Sermon at the Month's Mind of the Most Rev. M.J. Spalding DD., Archbishop of Baltimore, Preached in the Church of the American College, by the Very Rev. Dr. Chatard, Rector, March 7th, 1872" Rome: Press of the S.C. of Propaganda Fide, 1872 (30 pages); "S. Peter's Roman Pontificate" no date (pages 345 - 357); "Accademia Poliglotta che gli alunni del pontificio collegio urbano de propaganda fide dedicano al sommo pontefice Pio IX nel faustissimo giorno del suo giubbileo episcopale" Rome: Tipografia Poliglotta, 1877 (30 pages); "Pontificium Collegium Urbanum de Propaganda Fide" 1875 (15 pages); "De Rom. Pontificis Iure appelationes excipiendi dissertatio proposita" Rome: Ex Typographia Polyglotta, 1878 (44 pages); "Memorie Storiche della Basilica Costantiniana dei SS XII Apostoli di Roma e dei nuovi suoi ristauri " by Fr. Giovanni Antonio Bonelli, Rome: Coi Tipi del Salviucci, 1879 (92 pages); "Effect on the World of the Restoration of the Canon Law; Being a Vindication of the Catholic Church against a Priest" by D. Urquhart, London: Diplomatic Office of Review, 1869 (78 pages). The works are all bound in a three quarter vellum binding with marbled paper covered boards and leather title label to spine. Short splits to vellum along top of boh hinges, but binding remains secure. Ex-library with a call number to the spine. Chipping and wear to paper along edges of boards and where it overlaps vellum. Previous owner signature and stamp to early pages. There is a hand written table of contents to the rear. Offsetting and a few small chips to endpapers. Minor browning to margins and a few pen markings, but clean overall. REL/082616. (Inventory #: 29786)
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