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Usury, funds, and banks;

also forestalling traffick, and monopoly; likewise pew rent, and grave tax; together with burking, and dissecting; as well as the Gallican liberties, are all repugnant to the divine and ecclesiastical laws, and destructive to civil society. To which is prefixed a Narrative of the author's controversy with Bishop Coppinger, and of his sufferings for justice sake./
By the Rev. Jeremiah O'Callaghan.
Main Creator: O'Callaghan, Jeremiah, 1780-1861.
Contributors: Griffin, Stephen, donor.
In Collection: Stephen Griffin Collection
Format: BOOK
Published / Created: Burlington [Vt.] : The Author, 1834.
Notes:First published in 1824 under title: Usury, or interest, proved to be repugnant to the divine laws.

Physical description: 380 pages ; 19 cm.

Provenance:LO 12840: Stephen Griffin Collection
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