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Catholic Recusancy in Great Britain (1559-1829)

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1. A History of the Benedictine Nuns of Dunkirk. Now at St. Scholastica's Abbey in Teignmouth, Devon.  London: The Catholic Book Club, 1957. 8vo, xvii + 209pp. Cloth with d/j.

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2. A Select Collection of Catholick Sermons Preach'd before their Majesties King James II. Mary Queen-Consort, Catherine Queen-Dowager, &c. Volume the First.  London: [1741-1761]. Small 4to, viii + 446pp (+ pages [65]-[96] and [93]-[120] added within the standard pagination). Bound in contemporary mottled calf, newly rebacked in imitation leather with red morocco label. This is a later reprint of recusant Catholic sermons given by noted priests between 1685-1688, under the reign of James II. The priests include two Franciscans (James Ayray & Angel Bix), two Jesuits (Edward Scarisbrike & Richard Levison), one Benedictine (Philip Ellis), etc. There are a total of 15 sermons, each with its own title-page, preceded by a general title-page and 6 pages of preliminaries: 'the Publisher to the Reader' and 'Contents'. 13 of the sermons are dated 1741, while there are 2 additional sermons dated 1761; the general title-page and 'Contents' take all 15 sermons into account. Although the general title-page gives London, 1741, as the place and date of publication, the name of the printer is not given. The 15 sermons give neither place nor printer. It is probable the work was published by Jesuits, given the IHS symbol on the general title-page, and the probable date of general publication is 1761.

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3. La Trappe in England. Chronicles of an Unknown Monastery.  London: Burns, Oates & Washbourne, 1946. 8vo, xiii + 224pp. Cloth.

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4. Miscellanea I.  London: Dawson, 1969. Catholic Record Society, Volume 1. Reprint of the 1905 edition. 8vo, xv + 349pp. Very good cloth.

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5. Miscellanea II.  London: Dawson, 1969. Catholic Record Society, Volume 2. Reprint of the 1906 edition. 8vo, vii + 407pp. Very good cloth.

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6. Miscellanea III.  London: Dawson, 1969. Catholic Record Society, Volume 3. Reprint of the 1906 edition. 8vo, vi + 387pp. Very good cloth. Upper board lightly scuffed. Ex-library.

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7. Miscellanea IX.  London: Catholic Record Society, 1914. Catholic Record Society, Volume 14. 8vo, viii + 446pp. Very good cloth, with gilding to upper board and spine. Top edge gilt. Ex-library.

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8. Miscellanea V.  London: Dawson, 1969. Catholic Record Society, Volume 6. Reprint of the 1909 edition. 8vo, 550pp. Very good cloth. Ex-library.

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9. Miscellanea VI, Bedingfeld Papers, &c.  London: Dawson, 1969. Catholic Record Society, Volume 7. Reprint of the 1909 edition. 8vo, xvi + 492pp. Very good cloth. Ex-library.

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10. Miscellanea X.  London: Catholic Record Society, 1915. Catholic Record Society, Volume 17. 8vo, viii + 557pp. Includes 24pp 'The Tenth Report of the Catholic Record Society... July 8, 1924...' Good cloth, with gilding to upper board and spine. Top edge gilt. Chipping at tail of spine, spine sunned. Ex-library. Bookplate of the Oblates of St. Charles, Bayswater, on front paste-down.

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11. Monsigr. Fate Voi, or a Discovery of the Dalmatian Apostata, M. Antonius de Dominis, and his Bookes. By C. A. to his Friend P. R. Student of the Lawes in the Middle Temple [1617], and, The Apologies of the Most Christian Kings [1611].  Menston, Yorkshire: Scolar, 1970. 'English Recusant Literature: 1558-1640, v. 48.' 8vo, 296pp + 28pp. Facsimilie. Very good cloth with gilt lettering.

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12. Obituaries.  London: Catholic Record Society, 1913. Catholic Record Society, Volume 12. 8vo, viii + 336pp. Includes 24pp 'The Eighth Report of the Catholic Record Society... July 2, 1912...' Very good cloth, with gilding to upper board and spine. Top edge gilt. Ex-library.

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13. Richard Challoner: 1691-1781. The Greatest of the Vicars-Apostolic. His Life, Times, Works, Influence etc.  Archbishop's House: Westminster Cathedral Chronicle, 1946. Large 8vo, 56pp. Illustrated. Text in dual columns. Frontispiece. Good but detached original wrappers. Contributions by Cardinal Griffin, Ronald Knox, M. Trappes-Lomax et al.

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14. The Holy Bible Translated from the Latin Vulgate... First Published by the English College at Douay, Anno 1609 Newly Revised and Corrected, According to the Clementin Edition of the Scriptures. With Annotations for Clearing Up the Principal Difficulties of Holy Writ. [WITH] [The New Testament... Translated out of the Latin Vulgat... Newly revised and corrected... With Annotations].  Edinburgh; [London]: Printed by and for John Moir, Royal Bank Close, for Keating, Brown, and Keating... London: and for W, 1805; [1818 or 1832]. Five 12mo volumes. Newly rebound in uniform black cloth, with gilt-lettered red morocco labels to spines. Contemporary owner's signature in volumes I-IV. Volume V lacks title-page. The first four volumes are a reprint (1805) of Challoner's revision of the Douai Old Testament, which was first published in 1750. This 1805 edition consisted of about 2000 copies, which were circulated primarily in England and Ireland. The fifth volume, because it lacks the title-page, is of uncertain date, but is almost certainly the Keating and Brown edition of either 1818 or 1832. In either case, it is a reprint of Challoner's revision of the Rheims New Testament, first published in 1749. Our copy, of 500pp including the tables, gives the approbations as in the 1749 edition, and it does not contain a list of errata (though the possibility exists that this is lacking along with the title-page). Note that Darlow & Moule 1791, concerning the 1832 edition, indicate 488pp, while the listing for this edition in the British Museum catalogue gives 500pp. In our copy, page 488 is the end of the Apocalypse; the remaining pages are devoted to the tables. [Darlow & Moule 1090, 1677, 1791; Pope pp.356, 422-3]

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15. The Letters and Memorials or William Cardinal Allen. (1532-1594). Edited by Fathers of the Congregation of the London Oratory. With an Historical Introduction by Thomas Francis Knox.  London: David Nutt, 1882. 'Records of the English Catholics Under the Penal Laws. Chiefly from the Archives of the See of Westminster, II.' Large 8vo, cxxvi + 480pp. Text in English and Latin. Slight waterstain to ffep and pdep. Corners bumped. Good cloth. Pages uncut.

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16. Utopia. Written by Sir Thomas More in Latin and Translated by Ralph Robynson to Which Are Added the Life of the Author by His Son-in-Law William Roper and Some of His Letters.  New York: Privately Printed for the Scott-Thaw Company; Chiswick Press, 1903. 'The Chiswick Library of Noble Authors. More's Utopia, with Roper's Life of More.' Number 109 of 210. Folio, xi + 265pp + tipped-in slip of two printed labels. Bound in quarter grey cloth with light brown cloth, paper labels to spine and upper board. Deckle edges. Frontispiece portrait of More and engraved title-page. Black and red printing throughout on high quality paper; several wood-cut initials. Bookplate of Angus Frederick Mackay (presumably of the Plimpton Press in Massachusetts) on front paste-down. Boards are fairly worn, label on spine is chipped. Some minor cracking to inner joints.

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17. "A MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY OF JESUS, . Jesuits in Conflict, or, Historic Facts. Illustrated of the labours and sufferings ot the English Mission and Province of the Society of Jesus in the times of Queen Elizabeth and her successors. First Series.  London: Burns and Oates, 1873. Small 8vo, vi + 254pp. With several plates. Beautifully rebound in black cloth with gilded spine. Ex-Jesuit library stamp to title-page. Otherwise clean.

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18. "ALLEN, WILLIAM CARDINAL. A Briefe Historie of the Glorious Martyrdom of Twelve Reverend Priests. Father Edmund Campion & His Companions. With Contemporary Verses by the Venerable Henry Walpole, & the Earliest Engravings of the Martyrdom. Reprint from the (probably unique) Copy in the British Museum, and Edited by the Rev. J. H. Pollen, S.J.  London: Burns & Oates, (1908). Large 8vo, xxii + 140pp. Illustrated with frontispiece and 6 engravings. Hardcover, bound in original cloth with gilt title to spine and front cover. In very good condition. Firm binding and crisp, clean, pages. Slight wear to corners and spine ends. Scarce.

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19. "ANSTRUTHER, GODFREY. The Seminary Priests. A Dictionary of the Secular Clergy of England and Wales 1558-1850. I: Elizabethan 1558-1603.  Ware: St. Edmund's College, 1968. 8vo, xxvi + 422pp. Illustrated. Cloth with d/j.

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20. "ANSTRUTHER, GODFREY. The Seminary Priests. A Dictionary of the Secular Clergy of England and Wales 1558-1850. II: Early Stuarts 1603-1659.  Great Wakering: Mayhew-McCrimmon, 1975. 8vo, xxiii + 423pp. Cloth with d/j.

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21. "ANSTRUTHER, GODFREY. The Seminary Priests. A Dictionary of the Secular Clergy of England and Wales 1558-1850. III: 1660-1715.  Great Wakering: Mayhew-McCrimmon, 1976. 8vo, xx + 258pp. Soft-cover.

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22. "[BAILEY, THOMAS (d.c.1657)]. An End to Controversie Between the Romane Catholique, and the Protestant Religions. Justified by all the severall manner of wayes, whereby, all kind of Controversies, of what nature so ever, are usually, or can possibly be Determined... Together, With certain Chapters, as precognita's, preceding the undertaking. Written by T.B.  Doway [Douai]: 1654. 4to, [v] + 401pp. + index. Recently rebound in quarter leather with marbled boards, gilt-lettered morocco label on spine. Symbolic engraved frontispiece. Opposite frontispiece is an 'Explication' of the symbolism. Lower margin shaved to one leaf with very slight loss. One corner bumped. Else very good condition. A scarce work. Thomas Bailey was an English convert to Catholicism. Imprisoned for exposing by pen the schemes of the government of Cromwell, he nonetheless maintained his controversial spirit. Upon his release, he traveled to Italy, where he was employed at the household of Cardinal Ottoboni (1610-1691), later Pope Alexander VIII. Bailey died shortly before the restoration of Charles II. This work, though undoubtedly a precursor in title to Milner's 'End of Religious Controversy', had otherwise little to do with it. [Gillow I, 104; V, 45]

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23. "BARNES, ARTHUR STAPYLTON. The Catholic Schools of England.  London: Willams and Norgate, 1926. 8vo, xii + 256pp. Sunned cloth with gilt to spine. Slightly ex-library. Otherwise, clean and tight.

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24. "BAXTER, DUDLEY. England's Cardinals. With an Appendix Showing the Reception of the Sacred Pallium by the Archbishops of Canterbury and Westminster.  London: Burns & Oates, 1903. 8vo, iii + 98pp. Worn cloth. Lightly illustrated. Clean interior. Cracked hinges and chipping to head of spine. Ex-library.

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25. "BECK, GEORGE ANDREW (editor). The English Catholics: 1850-1950. essays to Commemorate the Centenary of the Restoration of the Hierarchy of England and Wales. With a Foreword by His Eminence Cardinal Griffin.  London: Burns Oates, 1950. 8vo, xx + 640pp. Illustrated. Frontispeice. Contributions by Philip Hughes, Morgan Sweeney, David Mathew, W. J. Battersby et al.

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26. "BELLENGER, DOMINIC AIDAN. English and Welsh Priests 1558-1800. A Working List.  Bath: Downside Abbey, 1984. 8vo, 254pp. Excellent cloth.

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27. "BERINGTON, JOSEPH (1743-1827). The Memoirs of Gregorio Panzani; giving an Account of his Agency in England, in the Years 1634, 1635, 1636. Translated from the Italian Original, and now First published. To which are added, an Introduction and a Supplement, exhibiting the State of the English Catholic Church, and the Conduct of Parties, before and after that Period, to the present Times.  Birmingham: Printed by Swinney & Walker; For G.G.J. & J. Robinson, and R. Faulder, London, 1793. 8vo, xliii + 473pp + 2pp(advertisement). Bound in contemporary mottled calf, with gilt-stamped decoration to spine and gilt-lettered black label laid to spine. Gilt dentelles. Edges sprinkled. Fine bookplate to front paste-down. Very good condition. Joseph Berington was one of the best known Catholic writers of his day. Educated at Douai, he taught there for several years before returning to England, where he was a noted, though controversial, figure in the effort toward Catholic emancipation. This work, 'The Memoirs of Gregorio Panzani', gave him the unfortunate reputation of being a disloyal Catholic. [Gillow I, 193-4]

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28. "BERNARD BASSET. The English Jesuits. From Campion to Martindale. With a Preface by Terence Corrigan.  New York: Herder and Herder, 1968. 8vo, xvi + 478pp. Good cloth with slightly wrinkled d/j. Library stamps to interior.

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29. "BETTEY, J. H. The Supression of the Monasteries in the West Country.  Gloucester, UK: Alan Sutton, 1989. Large 8vo, x + 198pp. Very good cloth with like d/j. Clean interior. Tight binding.

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30. "BIRRELL, T.A. (Editor), BLIGH, JOHN. The History of English Persecution of Catholics and the Presbyterian Plot. Part II.  London: Catholic Record Society, 1953. Catholic Record Society, Volume 48. 8vo, pp.319-576. Good cloth, with gilt-lettering to spine. Blind-stamped upper board.

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31. "BOSHER, ROBERT S. The Making of the Restoration Settlement. The Influence of the Laudians: 1649-1662.  Westminster: Dacre Press, 1957. 8vo, xvi + 310pp. Very good cloth. Fine bookplate to past down endpaper.

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32. "BOSSUET, JAMES BENIGNE (1627-1704). An Exposition of the Doctrine of the Catholic Church in Matters of Controversie... Done into English from the Fifth Edition in French.  London: 1685. First published in France, 1671, as 'Exposition de la doctrine de l'Eglise catholique sur les matières de controverse'. The English translation of this work was attributed by Bishop Barlow to John Dryden (1631-1700). Small 4to (21 x 16.5cm), Title-page + 22pp + 48pp. Bound in newer marbled boards with newer endpapers. Penned note on rear paste-down indicates 'Bound by F. Cooper of the Bodleian - 1985'. Light rubbing to boards; very good condition. Jacques-Benigne Bossuet was a renowned French bishop, orator, and controversialist, who defended the Catholic faith indefatigably. This was one of his most influential works. [Gillow II, 127]

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33. "BOWDEN, HENRY SEBASTIAN. The Religion of Shakespeare: Chiefly from the Writings of the Late Mr. Richard Simpson.  London: Burns & Oates, 1899. 8vo, xvi + 428pp. Newly rebound in fine blue leatherette with gilt stamped title to spine. In excellent condition. Tight binding and immaculate text. A beautiful copy.

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34. "BOWLER, HUGH. Recusant Roll No. 3 (1594-1595) and Recusant Roll No. 4 (1595-1596). An Abstract, In English.  Catholic Record Society, 1970. Catholic Record Society Publications (Records Series), Volume 61. 8vo, xiii + 294pp. Good cloth, with gilt-lettering to spine. Ex-library.

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35. "BOYLE, PARICK. St. Vincent De Paul and the Vincentians in Ireland, Scotland and England 1638-1909.  London: R. & T. Washbourne, 1909. 8vo, 318pp. Hardcover, bound in original green cloth with gilt title to spine. Illustrated with black & white frontispiece. In very good minus condition. Binding and hinges are intact but slightly shaken. Text is crisp, clean, and unmarked. No signs of prior ownership. Light wear/ scuffing to extremities, otherwise a very nice copy. Scarce.

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36. "BRAYBROOKE, PATRICK. Some Victorian and Georgian Catholics. Their Art and Outlook.  London: Burns Oates & Washbourne, [c. 1932]. 8vo, xii + 202pp. Very good cloth. Clean and tight.

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37. "BRENNAN, MALCOLM. Martyrs of the English Reformation.  Kansas City: Angelus, 1991. 8vo, viii + 166pp. Very good soft-cover.

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38. "BURTON, EDWIN H. London Streets & Catholic Memories.  London: Burns Oates & Washbourne, 1925. 8vo, x + 170pp. One folding map. Rebound in dark red marbled cloth. In excellent condition.

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39. "BURTON, EDWIN H. The Life and Times of Bishop Challoner (1691-1781) in Two Volumes.  London: Longmans, Green, & Co., 1909. 8vo, 2 vols, [xxxiv + 403pp] & [viii + 367pp]. Many pages unopened. Very good cloth. A beautiful set.

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40. "BURTON, EDWIN H. and WILLIAMS. The Douay College Diaries. Third, Fourth and Fifth 1598-1654. With the Rheims Report, 1579-80. Vol. I.  London: Dawson, 1969. Catholic Record Society, Volume 10. Reprint of the 1911 edition. 8vo, xxx + 422pp. Very good cloth. Minor scuffing to rear board.

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41. "BURTON, EDWIN H. and WILLIAMS. The Douay College Diaries. Third, Fourth and Fifth 1598-1654. With the Rheims Report, 1579-80. Vol. II.  London: Dawson, 1969. Catholic Record Society, Volume 11. Reprint of the 1911 edition. 8vo, pp423-621. Very good cloth.

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42. "BUTLER, ALBAN (1710-1773). Discourses on the Sublime Truths and Important Duties of Christianity. Being a Posthumous Work of the Rev. Alban Butler... [Volumes II & III].  London: J.P. Coghlan, 1792-1793. Lacking volume I. 8vo (21.5 x 13.5cm), [Half-title + Title + 396pp] & [Half-title + Title + 362pp]. Bound in contemporary sprinkled full calf, with title and decoration gilt to spines. Marbled edges. Spines and extremities rubbed and chipped. The Rev. Alban Butler, known particularly for his voluminous 'Lives of the Saints', was one of the most prominent Catholic students of his day. His erudition produced fruit not only in written works, but also in his administration and counsel. Late in life he was made president of the English College at St-Omer and vicar general of the four neighboring bishops, who constantly sought his advice. [Gillow I, 354]

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43. "[BUTLER, ALBAN] A.B. A Short Account of the Life and Virtues of the Venerable and Religious Mother, Mary of the Holy Cross, Abbess of the English Poor Clares at Rouen; who died there in the sweet Odour of Sanctity, March 21, Anno 1735.  London: [Privately Printed], 1767. 8vo, 205pp. Title-page slightly foxed. Leaves untrimmed. Recently bound in quarter cloth with boards. Paper label on spine. Mary Howard, a Poor Clare, was born 28 December, 1653; died at Rouen, 21 Mary's 1735. She was the daughter of Sir Robert Howard, younger son of Thomas, Earl of Berkshire in whose home Mary's early youth was spent. At the age of eighteen, to escape the admiration of Charles II, she went to Paris, under the assumed name of Talbot, and was placed in the Benedictine convent of Val de Grace to learn French. Here she was received into the Church, a step which brought her into disfavor with Lady Osborne, her guardian at Paris. Remaining staunch in the face of persecution, she was finally permitted to retire to the convent of the Canonesses of St. Augustine at Chaillot, near Paris, where she remained several years, until her admission into the English convent of Poor Clares at Rouen, under the name of Parnel, to safeguard further the secret of her identity. Here she was made successively mistress of the choir, second and first portress, the latter a position involving the management of the temporal affairs of the convent, and in 1702, on the resignation of Mother Winefrid Clare Giffard, abbess since 1670, she became abbess of the community, which she governed with rare zeal and prudence till her death. Her profound piety and salutary instructions were never tainted by the errors of the false mysticism so widespread at the time. Her 'Chief Points of our Holy Ceremonies' was published in 1726. Her other works, all in manuscript, are chiefly books of spiritual exercises, litanies, and other devotions. [Gillow I, 354]

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44. "BUTLER, CHARLES (1750-1832). A Continuation of the Rev. Alban Butler's Lives of the Saints to the Present Time: with Bibliographical Accounts of the Holy Family, Pope Pius VI, Cardinal Ximenes, Cardinal Bellarmine, Bartholomew de Martyribus, and St. Vincent of Paul, and Historical Minutes of the Society of Jesus.  London: Printed for and sold by Keating and Brown, 1823. 8vo, xvi + 40pp + 232pp + cxxxix + [3pp] Advertisements. Bound in newer dark cloth, with gilt title to spine. Bookplate to front paste-down. Joints to head and tail of spine split (2.3cm & 1.3cm respectively). Light water stain to fore-edge margin of first 9 leaves, and again at lower fore-edge corner of several leaves further on; no obstruction of text. Crinkling to pages from moisture exposure. Generally good condition. Charles Butler, the nephew of Alban Butler (1710-1773), not only edited several foreign language editions of his uncle's 'Lives of the Saints', but also continued the effort with the publication of this book. [Gillow I, 361]

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45. "CAMM, DOM. Witnesses to the Holy Mass ans Other Sermons. Sermons Preached at Tyburn during a Solemn Triduum in Honor of the English Martyrs May 1-4, 1904, and at York on the Occasion of the Ransom Pilgrimage, May 28, 1901.  Columbia, SC: Requiem Press, 2004. 8vo, 96pp. As new softcover.

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46. "CAMM, DOM BEDE. Forgotten Shrines. An Account of Some Old Catholic Halls and Families in England and of Relics and Memorials of the English Martyrs.  St. Louis: B. Herder, 1910. 4to, xvi + 412pp. Numerous plates. Original tissue preserved. Pages untrimmed, except gilt top edge. Lightly worn but good cloth. Occasional library stamps to interior.

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47. "CAMM, DOM BEDE. Tyburn Conferences: Oxford, Douay, Tyburn.  London: Burns & Oates, 1906. Small 8vo, xx + 124pp. Fair cloth with cocked and sunning spine. Ex-library.

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48. "CAMPION, EDMUND. Ten Reasons Proposed to His Adversaries for Disputation in the Name of the Faith and Presented to the Illustrious Members of Our Universities.  St. Louis: San Francsico: Ignatius Press, 2002. 'Classics of Catholic Tradition' published by Loome Booksellers and Ignatius Press. Facsimile edition printed in 2002. 8vo, lxviii + 464pp. Fine cloth.

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49. "CHALLONER, RICHARD. Memoirs of Missionary Priests as Well as Regular and of Other Catholics of Both Sexes, That Have Suffered Death in England on Religious Accounts from the Year of Our Lord 1577 to 1684.  London: Burns, Oates & Washbourne, 1924. 8vo, xviii + 642pp. Beautifully rebound in fine black cloth with gilded spine. Private library blind-stamp to title page, else clean.

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50. "CHALLONER, RICHARD (1691-1781). An Abstract of the History of the Old and New Testaments, Divided into Three Parts.  New York: James B. Kirker, 1865. 12mo, 230pp + 50pp. Quarter cloth with boards in fair condition. Corners bumped, light soiling to exterior. Front and rear endpapers bear contemporary inscritpions in ink. Text is clean, although paper is browning. Binding is strong.

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