c1845 Twenty-Two Reasons for Entering the Catholic Church
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First Edition, Very Scarce
Thomas William Marshall was a Roman Catholic convert from Anglicanism during the Tractarian controversies. Marshall was the very first inspector of Catholic Schools in Britain.
This work is undated, dated using LibraryHub.
A very scarce tract, this publication is only held at the British library institutionally.
The first, and only edition of this very scarce pamphlet.
Comprising twenty-two reasons for entering the Catholic Church. Marshall's writing refers to the Reformation as a 'irreligious sedition - a deliberate rebellion against the Institution of God'. He also condemns aspects of the Anglican church.
Disbound, as issued. Externally, generally smart. Prior owner's inscription to the title page. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright with just the odd spot.
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