Collection: Stephen Griffin Collection >> Arbitrary power, popery, protestantism : as contained in nos. XV,...
Arbitrary power, popery, protestantism :
as contained in nos. XV, XVIII, XIX of the Dublin Review.
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Philadelphia : M. Fithian, 1842.
Text block shows damp staining throughout. Owner stamp of Daniel Foley, Massillon, [Ohio], 1840 in the margin of a few pages, some white out to title page, some pencilling to endpapers and title page.
This collection of pro-Catholic and pro-papal essays is attributed to Patrick McMahon, an Irish Catholic lawyer and Liberal Member of Parliament from Wexford. McMahon was born in 1813, graduated from Trinity College, Dublin, in 1836, was a staunch advocate of tenant rights, and considered "the Established Church of England in Ireland the source and symbol of disunion and degradation."
Physical description: 251 pages ; 19 cm
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GR 5719: Stephen Griffin Collection
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