Vindiciæ catholicæ. A full defence of the declaration of the Catholic Society of Dublin,
in reply to an anonymous pamphlet, entitled "Strictures on the declaration of the Society instituted for the purpose of promoting unanimity amongst Irishmen, and removing religious prejudices." In which is also contained, a vindication of the civil principles of the protestant dissenters of Ireland: with an appendix, containing two letters on the subject of catholic emancipation, originally published in the National evening star. By an Irish helot.
|Main Creator:||Irish Helot.|
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Dublin : Printed for J. Moore, 1792.
Physical description: ,96p. ; 8⁰.
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