David and Goliah; or, The complete victory of a Mayo hedge-school pupil, :
over Sir Thomas Dross, a souper knight, and three Bible and tract-distributing ladies, in which is shewn, beyond the possibility of refutation, that Protestants, as such, have not the divine law, the divine word, nor divine faith, and that the Protestant heresy is less just, less philanthropic, and, less humane than Mohammedism, less scriptural than Judaism, more absurd and inconsistent than Sabianism; and, that the pious monk of Partree, in Mayo, was perfectly justified before God, in burning the spurious Protestant version of the scriptures. /
By Hugh Joseph O'Donnell, ...
|Main Creator:||O'Donnell, Hugh Joseph.|
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Dublin: : Printed and sold, wholesale, by John F. Nugent, Catholic printer & publisher, 35, Cook-street. ..., 
Imprint date from p. 4.
Bd. with: [Letter] to Samuel Allen and John Murphy : brief account of the Irish Society by Richard Smiddy
Physical description: [1-3] 4-140 p. ; 21 cm.
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|DIX Dublin ||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Dix|
|P 1485(3)||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|