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Acta Apostolicae Sedis: Commentarium Officiale, Annus XIV, Vol. XIV
Rome, Typis Polyglottis Vaticanis, 1922. Hardcover. 773p. A 1/2 vellum hardcover book with red cloth boards. Good condition; spine and corners yellowed and foxed, and interior has scattered underlining. Edges of spine starting to split near the bottom. Otherwise, binding secure. Vol. 14 only. Text in Latin. Official acts of the Holy See for 1921, published in 1922.
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American Catholic Historical Researches (Volume 3)
1907. Hardcover. Ex-library 3/4 leather. Volume 3 for the year 1907. Book in very good condition. A quarterly journal. This volume devoted mostly to the Revolutionary period.
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American Catholic Historical Researches (Volume 21, N. 1-3)
1904. Paperback. Ex-library softcover. Volume 21, numbers 1-3 for the year 1904. Books in good to very good condition. Historical journal interested in American Catholicism.
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American Catholic Historical Researches: New Series (Volumes 1-2)
1905-6. Hardcover. Ex-library cloth. Volumes 1-2 for the year 1905-6. Books in good to very good condition. Historical journal interested in American Catholicism.
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Book number: 124704
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American Catholic Historical Researches: New Series (Volumes 6-7)
1910-11. Hardcover. Ex-library cloth. Volumes 6-7 for the year 1910-11. Books in good to very good condition. Historical journal interested in American Catholicism.
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Book number: 124705
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American Catholic Historical Researches (Volumes 9-10 in 1 Book)
1892-3. Hardcover. Ex-library 3/4 buckram. Volumes 9-10 for the years 1892-3 in 1 book. Book in very good condition. Historical journal interested in American Catholicism.
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Book number: 124702
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Cardinal D'Amboise; or, the Story of a Bell
London, Burns & Oates. Hardcover. Decorated blue cloth. 105p. Cracking at front free endpaper. Cover shows signs of shelf wear, including bent corners and some abrading on spine edges. Otherwise a clean book in acceptable condition. This book is a volume in "The Granville Popular Library. Georges d’Amboise, (born 1460, Chaumont-sur-Loire, France—died May 25, 1510, Lyon), cardinal and chief minister of the French state under King Louis XII, known for his domestic reforms and his role in Louis’s Italian campaigns. Son of Pierre d’Amboise, who was chamberlain to Charles VII and Louis XI and ambassador to Rome, Georges received the bishopric of Montauban when only 14, and was appointed an almoner of Louis XI. Later, under Charles VIII, he was imprisoned as a follower of the Duc d’Orléans, the future Louis XII. When the Duc d’Orléans was restored to favour, d’Amboise received the archbishoprics of Narbonne (1492) and Rouen (1493) and was made lieutenant general of Normandy. When Orléans became king in 1498, d’Amboise became a cardinal and first minister of the crown. D’Amboise reduced administrative spending and thus was able to reduce taxes; he also instituted important judicial reforms. He did much for the organization of Louis XII’s expedition against Milan (begun 1499). When Pope Alexander VI died in 1503, d’Amboise hoped to become pope but refused to use French troops to force his election. An Italian was chosen as Pius III, and, on his death a month later, another Italian was chosen as Julius II. As compensation, Cardinal d’Amboise was made legate for life to France and to the Comtat-Venaissin. Remaining active in the French government, he was one of the negotiators of the Treaty of Blois (1504) with the emperor Maximilian I, and of the League of Cambrai against Venice. His death occurred on his return from another venture into Italy with Louis XII.
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Book number: 140906
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Keywords: French, Church and state

 
Catholic Record Society: Miscellanea I, Volume 1
London, Catholic Record Society, 1905. First Edition. Hardcover. Blue cloth. Gilt-stamped. xv, 349p. Folding plate facsimiles. Spine is somewhat sunfaded. Corners bumped. Edges of cover and spine are shelf worn. Otherwise a clean and tight book in very good condition. The Catholic Record Society (Registered Charity No. 313529), "the premier Catholic historical society in the United Kingdom", founded in 1904, is a scholarly society devoted to the study of Reformation and post-Reformation Catholicism in England and Wales. Particularly active members in its early years were Joseph Gillow, J. H. Pollen, and Joseph S. Hansom. The society was initially established as a text publication society, with the aim of publishing Catholic historical records. Only later did it become a more general historical society. It has been credited with making much otherwise obscure archival material more readily available. This first volume of the society's publication activity archives a wide variety of documents from the late 16th century through the mid-19th century, including prison rolls, letters describing the change in Religion in England, letters describing martyrdom, and several family notes.
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Catholic Record Society: Miscellanea III, Volume 3
London, Catholic Record Society, 1906. First Edition. Hardcover. Blue cloth. Gilt-stamped. vi, 385p. Folding plate facsimiles. Spine is somewhat sunfaded. Corners bumped. Edges of cover and spine are shelf worn. Some cracking within. Otherwise a clean and tight book in good condition. The Catholic Record Society (Registered Charity No. 313529), "the premier Catholic historical society in the United Kingdom", founded in 1904, is a scholarly society devoted to the study of Reformation and post-Reformation Catholicism in England and Wales. Particularly active members in its early years were Joseph Gillow, J. H. Pollen, and Joseph S. Hansom. The society was initially established as a text publication society, with the aim of publishing Catholic historical records. Only later did it become a more general historical society. It has been credited with making much otherwise obscure archival material more readily available. This third volume of the society's publication activity archives a wide variety of documents from the late 16th century through the early 19th century, including prison rolls, letters describing the change in Religion in England, letters describing martyrdom, and several family notes.
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Book number: 141094
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Catholic Record Society: Miscellanea IV, Volume 4
London, Catholic Record Society, 1907. First Edition. Hardcover. Blue cloth. Gilt-stamped. vii, 511p. Folding plate facsimiles. Spine is somewhat sunfaded. Corners scuffed. Edges of cover and spine are shelf worn. Cracking within. Pencil and pen marginalia. Otherwise a clean and tight book in good condition. The Catholic Record Society (Registered Charity No. 313529), "the premier Catholic historical society in the United Kingdom", founded in 1904, is a scholarly society devoted to the study of Reformation and post-Reformation Catholicism in England and Wales. Particularly active members in its early years were Joseph Gillow, J. H. Pollen, and Joseph S. Hansom. The society was initially established as a text publication society, with the aim of publishing Catholic historical records. Only later did it become a more general historical society. It has been credited with making much otherwise obscure archival material more readily available. This fourth volume of the society's publication activity archives a wide variety of documents from the late 16th century through the mid-19th century, including personal memoirs, letters describing the change in Religion in England, letters describing martyrdom, several family notes, and Catholic registers from different places in the UK.
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Catholic Record Society: The Diary of the 'Blue Nuns' or Order of the Immaculate Conception of Our Lady, at Paris. 1658-1810, Volume 8
London, Catholic Record Society, 1910. First Edition. Hardcover. Ex convent library blue cloth. Gilt-stamped. Plates. xv, 349p. Two small stains on front cover. Corners scuffed. Edges of cover and spine are shelf worn. Cracking within. Otherwise a clean and tight book in good condition. The Catholic Record Society (Registered Charity No. 313529), "the premier Catholic historical society in the United Kingdom", founded in 1904, is a scholarly society devoted to the study of Reformation and post-Reformation Catholicism in England and Wales. Particularly active members in its early years were Joseph Gillow, J. H. Pollen, and Joseph S. Hansom. The society was initially established as a text publication society, with the aim of publishing Catholic historical records. Only later did it become a more general historical society. It has been credited with making much otherwise obscure archival material more readily available. This volume offers an introduction to the religious order and its history, organization, practices, and membership, including superiors and confessors. The book also details rules by which the order lived.
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Book number: 141096
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Catholic Record Society: Miscellanea IX, Volume #14
London, Catholic Record Society, 1914. First Edition. Hardcover. Blue cloth. Gilt stamped. Plates and folding plates. viii, 447p. Spine somewhat sunfaded. Corners scuffed. Light shelf wear on cover edges. Foxing on page edges. Otherwise a clean and tight book in very good condition. The Catholic Record Society (Registered Charity No. 313529), "the premier Catholic historical society in the United Kingdom", founded in 1904, is a scholarly society devoted to the study of Reformation and post-Reformation Catholicism in England and Wales. Particularly active members in its early years were Joseph Gillow, J. H. Pollen, and Joseph S. Hansom. The society was initially established as a text publication society, with the aim of publishing Catholic historical records. Only later did it become a more general historical society. It has been credited with making much otherwise obscure archival material more readily available. This volume contains several Catholic registers from various areas. It also contains documents concerning some religious orders.
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Catholic Record Society: Miscellanea X, Volume 17
London, Catholic Record Society, 1915. First Edition. Hardcover. Blue cloth. Gilt stamped. Plates. vi, 557p + 24p report from the society. Spine somewhat sunfaded. Light shelf wear on cover edges. Otherwise a clean and tight book in very good condition. The Catholic Record Society (Registered Charity No. 313529), "the premier Catholic historical society in the United Kingdom", founded in 1904, is a scholarly society devoted to the study of Reformation and post-Reformation Catholicism in England and Wales. Particularly active members in its early years were Joseph Gillow, J. H. Pollen, and Joseph S. Hansom. The society was initially established as a text publication society, with the aim of publishing Catholic historical records. Only later did it become a more general historical society. It has been credited with making much otherwise obscure archival material more readily available. This volume includes several Catholic registers from various places. It also contains an "official enquiry as to the estate of Robert Charnock of Leyland, Lancashire, priest, left for 'superstitious uses,' 1687".
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Catholic Record Society: Miscellanea XI, Volume 19
London, Catholic Record Society, 1917. First Edition. Hardcover. Blue cloth. Gilt stamped. Plates. viii, 476p + 24p report from the society. Spine somewhat sunfaded. Corners bumped. Light shelf wear on cover edges. Otherwise a clean and tight book in very good condition. The Catholic Record Society (Registered Charity No. 313529), "the premier Catholic historical society in the United Kingdom", founded in 1904, is a scholarly society devoted to the study of Reformation and post-Reformation Catholicism in England and Wales. Particularly active members in its early years were Joseph Gillow, J. H. Pollen, and Joseph S. Hansom. The society was initially established as a text publication society, with the aim of publishing Catholic historical records. Only later did it become a more general historical society. It has been credited with making much otherwise obscure archival material more readily available. This volume contains an array of Catholic registers from the 17th - 19th centuries.
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Catholic Record Society: The Ven. Philip Howard Earl of Arundel 1557-1595, Volume 21
London, Catholic Record Society, 1919. First Edition. Hardcover. Blue cloth. Gilt-stamping. Plates. xvi, 407p. Corners are bumped. Light shelf wear on spine edges. Otherwise a clean and tight book in very good condition. The Catholic Record Society (Registered Charity No. 313529), "the premier Catholic historical society in the United Kingdom", founded in 1904, is a scholarly society devoted to the study of Reformation and post-Reformation Catholicism in England and Wales. Particularly active members in its early years were Joseph Gillow, J. H. Pollen, and Joseph S. Hansom. The society was initially established as a text publication society, with the aim of publishing Catholic historical records. Only later did it become a more general historical society. It has been credited with making much otherwise obscure archival material more readily available. This volume contains a wealth of documentation relevant to the life of Saint Philip Howard, 1st Earl of Arundel (28 June 1557 – 19 October 1595) an English nobleman. He was canonised by Pope Paul VI in 1970, as one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales. He is variously numbered as 1st, 20th or 13th Earl of Arundel. Philip Howard's father, the Duke of Norfolk, was arrested on 1 October 1569 for his intrigues against Queen Elizabeth. The Duke was attainted and executed in 1572, but Philip Howard succeeded to his mother's inheritance upon the death of his grandfather, becoming Earl of Arundel in 1580. He was present at a debate held in 1581 in the Tower of London, between Father Edmund Campion, a Jesuit, Father Ralph Sherwin and a group of Protestant theologians. He was so impressed by the Catholics that he experienced a spiritual conversion. He renounced his previous, frivolous life and was reconciled with his wife. Arundel, with much of his family, remained Catholic recusants during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. They also attempted to leave England without permission. While some might have been able to do this unobserved, Arundel was a second cousin (once removed) of the Queen. He was betrayed by a servant and arrested not long after his ship set sail from Littlehampton. Howard was committed to the Tower of London on 25 April 1585. While charges of high treason were never proven, he spent ten years in the Tower, until his death of dysentery. Queen Elizabeth never signed the death warrant, but Howard was never told this. He was kept constantly in fear of execution, although comforted by the companionship of a dog, which served as a go-between by which Howard and other prisoners, most notably the priest Robert Southwell, could send messages to each other. Although these two men never met, Howard’s dog helped them to deepen their friendship and exchange encouragement in each other's plight. Philip Howard loved his pet, who is remembered along with him in a statue at Arundel Cathedral. One day Howard scratched into a wall of his cell these words: "Quanto plus afflictiones pro Christo in hoc saeculo, tanto plus gloriae cum Christo in futuro" – 'the more affliction [we endure] for Christ in this world, the more glory [we shall obtain] with Christ in the next' (cf. Rom 8). He petitioned the Queen as he lay dying to allow him to see his wife and his son, who had been born after his imprisonment. The Queen responded that "If he will but once attend the Protestant Service, he shall not only see his wife and children, but be restored to his honors and estates with every mark of my royal favor." To this, Howard is supposed to have replied: "Tell Her Majesty if my religion be the cause for which I suffer, sorry I am that I have but one life to lose." He remained in the Tower, never seeing his wife or daughter again, and died alone on Sunday 19 October 1595. He was immediately acclaimed as a Catholic Martyr. Howard was buried without ceremony beneath the floor of the church of St Peter ad Vincula, inside the walls of the Tower. Twenty-nine years later, his widow and son obtained permission from King James I of England to move the body to the Fitzalan Chapel located on the western grounds of Arundel Castle. Some of his bones are also found within his shrine at Arundel Cathedral.
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Catholic Record Society: Miscellanea XII, Volume 22
London, Catholic Record Society, 1921. First Edition. Hardcover. Blue cloth. Gilt stamping. viii, 419p + 24p report from the society. Some soiling on cover. Corners bumped. Some cracking within. Otherwise, a clean and tight book in good condition. The Catholic Record Society (Registered Charity No. 313529), "the premier Catholic historical society in the United Kingdom", founded in 1904, is a scholarly society devoted to the study of Reformation and post-Reformation Catholicism in England and Wales. Particularly active members in its early years were Joseph Gillow, J. H. Pollen, and Joseph S. Hansom. The society was initially established as a text publication society, with the aim of publishing Catholic historical records. Only later did it become a more general historical society. It has been credited with making much otherwise obscure archival material more readily available. This volume contains an array of letters, reports, and rolls of recusants. It also features accounts of martyrdom and Catholic registers from various places.
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Catholic Record Society: The English Franciscan Nuns 1619-1821 and the Friars Minor of the Same Province 1618-1761, Volume 24
London, Catholic Record Society, 1923. First Edition. Hardcover. Blue cloth. Gilt stamping. Plates. viii, 339p + 24p report from the society. Uncut and unopened pages. Reader will need to slice some pages open in order to access content. Corners bumped. Light shelf wear on spine edges. Otherwise a clean and tight book in very good condition. The Catholic Record Society (Registered Charity No. 313529), "the premier Catholic historical society in the United Kingdom", founded in 1904, is a scholarly society devoted to the study of Reformation and post-Reformation Catholicism in England and Wales. Particularly active members in its early years were Joseph Gillow, J. H. Pollen, and Joseph S. Hansom. The society was initially established as a text publication society, with the aim of publishing Catholic historical records. Only later did it become a more general historical society. It has been credited with making much otherwise obscure archival material more readily available. This volume contains records of clothings, professions, and deaths among the Franciscan nuns. It also contains a necrology for the Franciscan friars.
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Constitutiones Dioecesanae Ab Illustrissimo, & Reuerendissimo Domino D. Ioanne Granafeo Archiepiscopo...
Venice, 1676. Hardcover. Full vellum. 5 1/2" x 7 3/4". 447p + index. Book in good condition. Cover soiled and shelfworn. Corners bumped and abraded. Crown and heel of spine deteriorated. Contemporary ink handwriting on front free endpaper. Worm trail through pp. 168-319 near bottom of page adjacent to binding. Some light foxing here and there throughout. Some tape and repair material present in index. Front endpaper deteriorating. Otherwise, a clean and tight book in good condition. Text in Latin and Italian. Synodal and diocesan constitutions promulgated under the authority of Archbishop D. Ioanne Granafeo, whose jurisdiction was over Baren and Canusino. Related to the proceedings of a synod held December 5-7, 1675.
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Keywords: early modern Catholicism

 
Eastern Churches Quarterly (Volume 8, N. 4, 6, 8)
1949-50. Paperback. Ex-library softcover. Volume 8, n.4, 8, 8 for the years 1949-50. Books in good condition. A periodical dealing with the Eastern Churches in Christianity.
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Book number: 124698
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Insula Sanctorum, the Island of Saints; a Title Applied Exclusively to Ireland. Proved by Historical Evidence from the Ninth Century to the Present
London, R. Washbourne, 1872. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 96p. A small green gilt cloth hardcover book in good condition. Mild shelf wear. Light dampstaining on endpapers. Old pen note inside front cover. Stamp on title page. Binding a bit shaken, but secure, and text is clean. A rare volume discussing references made throughout history to Ireland as the "Island of the saints." Includes a list of select Irish saints at the end. No author stated. Measures approx. 6.4" x 4.25".
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Book number: 149186
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Records of the American Catholic Historical Society (Volume 59, N. 4)
1948. Paperback. Ex-library softcover. Volume 59, number 4 for the year 1948. Book in very good condition. Mission of the society: Founded in 1884, the society's goal has been to collect, research and maintain a history of Catholic contributions to US culture. From the beginning of US history, Catholics have been instrumental in adding to the forward progress of the nation.
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Book number: 124679
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Records of the American Catholic Historical Society (Volume 65, N. 3)
1954. Paperback. Ex-library softcover. Volume 65, number 3 for the year 1954. Book in very good condition. Mission of the society: Founded in 1884, the society's goal has been to collect, research and maintain a history of Catholic contributions to US culture. From the beginning of US history, Catholics have been instrumental in adding to the forward progress of the nation.
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Book number: 124680
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Records of the American Catholic Historical Society (Volume 66, N. 1-3)
1955. Paperback. Ex-library softcover. Volume 66, numbers 1-3 for the year 1955. Books in very good condition. Mission of the society: Founded in 1884, the society's goal has been to collect, research and maintain a history of Catholic contributions to US culture. From the beginning of US history, Catholics have been instrumental in adding to the forward progress of the nation.
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Book number: 124681
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Records of the American Catholic Historical Society (Volume 70, N. 3-4)
1959. Paperback. Ex-library softcover. Volume 70, numbers 3-4 for the year 1959. Books in very good condition. Mission of the society: Founded in 1884, the society's goal has been to collect, research and maintain a history of Catholic contributions to US culture. From the beginning of US history, Catholics have been instrumental in adding to the forward progress of the nation.
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Book number: 124682
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Records of the American Catholic Historical Society (Volume 80, N. 1)
1969. Paperback. Ex-library softcover. Volume 80, number 1 for the year 1969. Book in very good condition. Mission of the society: Founded in 1884, the society's goal has been to collect, research and maintain a history of Catholic contributions to US culture. From the beginning of US history, Catholics have been instrumental in adding to the forward progress of the nation.
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Book number: 124686
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