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report of the proceedings of three public meetings, which were held in the city of Cork containing, the speeches of Mr. O"Connell, Mr. Sheil, and Mr. Bric, and of the Rev. Mr. Falvey, and Mr. England, in opposition to the general use of the Scriptures : together with arguments which were advanced in defence of the same, shewing that all mankind have an undoubted right to read the word of God without restriction. by

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Published by Richard Moore Tims in Dublin .
Written in English


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Published, with notes, by order of the Cork Discussion Committee.

ContributionsCork Discussion Committee.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, [7]-136p. ;
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22589147M

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