Letter of Instruction to the Catholic Missionaries of Nova-Scotia and its Dependencies [bound with] Remarks on a pamphlet entitled Popery Condemned by Scripture and the Fathers

By: BURKE, Edmund]

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[BURKE, Edmund]. Letter of Instruction to the Catholic Missionaries of Nova-Scotia and its Dependencies. [Halifax : Printed by A. Gay, 1804]. Pp [3]-58. [bound with] [BURKE, Edmund]. Remarks on a pamphlet entitled Popery Condemned by Scripture and the Fathers. Halifax : Printred by Howe and Son, 1809. Pp (4),[1]-403,(1). 8vo, brown half calf, paper covered boards. TPL 847.Edmund Burke (b. 1753 in Maryborough, Portlaoighise, Republic of Ireland - d. 29 November 29, 1820 in Halifax, N.S) Roman Catholic priest, vicar apos tolic, educator, polemicist and author. These publications are part of his fight with Charles Inglis, Richard John Uniacke, Lieutenant Governor Sir John Wentworth, and Thomas McCulloch, with the last being the author of Popery Condemned by Scripture and the Fathers (Edinburgh, 1808). Heavy wear, lacking free endpapers, lacking title page of "Letter of Instruction...", lacking most of pages 81-84, some foxing, smudging and soiling throughout, elsea good copy of two early Nova Scotia imprints. 150.00

Title: Letter of Instruction to the Catholic Missionaries of Nova-Scotia and its Dependencies [bound with] Remarks on a pamphlet entitled Popery Condemned by Scripture and the Fathers

Author Name: BURKE, Edmund]

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Publisher: A. Gay / Howe and Son, Halifax, 1804,:

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