The Parson's horn-book examined,
and its concealed, cowardly author exposed.
By the Rev. Thomas Smith, of St. John's College, Cambridge
|Main Creator:||Smith, Thomas, d. 1834|
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Dublin published by R.M. Tims, Grafton-Street, and sold by all booksellers. Printed by T. O'Flanagan, 26, Bachelor's-Walk 1831
The Parson's horn-book, a satire on the Church of Ireland, was written by members of The Political Tract Society, which included Thomas Browne, b. 1787?
Physical description: 16 p. 21 cm. (8vo)
Citations/References: References: Irish book lover, May, 1942, p.120-127
In vol. with armorial bookplate of John Edward Walsh
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