The unerring authority of the Catholic Church in matters of faith, maintained against the exceptions of a late author in his answer to a letter on the subject of infallibility, or, A theological dissertation, in which the infallibility of the church of Christ is demonstrated from innumerable texts of Scripture, from the creed, from the fathers, and perpetual tradition : to which is prefixed, eight preliminaries by way of introduction to the true church of Christ.
|Main Author:||Challoner, Richard, 1691-1781.|
London: printed; Philadelphia: re-printed for T. Lloyd 1789
The true principles of a Catholic / by Bishop Chalenor [i.e. Challoner] ; to which is added, an exposition of the commandments.
By: Challoner, Richard, 1691-1781. Published: (1789)
- Incipit liber prim[us] Ioha[n]nis Gerson ca[n]cellarij parisie[n]sis. De imitatione [Christ]i [et] de conte[m]ptu omniu[m] vanitatu[m] mundi. Published: (1488)
A true relation of the actions of the Inniskilling-men, from their first taking up of arms in December, 1688. for the defence of the Protestant religion, and their lives and liberties. Written by Andrew Hamilton, rector of Kilskerrie, and one of the prebends of the Diocess of Clogher, in the kingdom of Ireland; an eye-witness thereof, and actor therein.
By: Hamilton, Andrew. Published: (1690)
A treatise of cleanness in meats and drinks, of the preparation of food, the excellency of good airs, and the benefits of clean sweet beds. Also of the generation of bugs, and their cure. To which is added a short discourse of the pain of the teeth, shewing from what cause it does chiefly proceed, and also how to prevent it.
By: Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. Published: (1682)
Two discourses one of consumptions with their cure by a new method. The other contains some rules of health.
By: Byfield, Thomas. Published: (1685)