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image of Recusant History: The Journal of the Catholic Record Society, a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles - Volume 21, May 1992 - October 1993 (Four Bound Issues)

Recusant History: The Journal of the Catholic Record Society, a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles - Volume 21, May 1992 - October 1993 (Four Bound Issues)

Catholic Record Society. Hardcover. B00MRHCUGG 1992-93 first edition Catholic Record Society (Sutton Coldfield, England), printed at Hobbs Printers, Southampton, England, 6 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches tall brown buckram hardbound, white lettering to spine, each issue in white wraps, 583 pp. Mt. St. Alphonsus Seminary (Esopus, NY) card pocket at rear of bound volume, red date stamp or check-mark to cover of each issue. Otherwise, a near fine volume, with contents clean, bright and unmarked. Contents to Volume 21 laid in. Note that this is a heavy and oversized book, so additional postage will be required for international or priority orders. ~XX~ Four bound, consecutively numbered quarterly issues, which constitute Volume 21 of the journal Recusant History, issued May 1992 through October 1993 by the Catholic Record Society, a journal of research in Post-Reformation Catholic history in the British Isles. Articles in this set of issues include: [No. 1] The Cadiz Letters of William Johnson, Vere Purnell, S.J. (1597-1642); The Origins of St. Gregory's, Paris; Stapehill in Dorset Before the Cistercians; The Franciscan Mission in Birmingham, 1657-1824; Blessed Dominic Barberi and the Tractarians: An Exercise in Ecumenical Dialogue; The Dublin Review, Its Reviewers and a 'Philosophy of Knowledge'; 'Dismal Johnny': A Companion of Newman Recalled; Vichy France and the Catholic Press in England: Contrasting Attitudes To a Moral Problem; [No. 2] Issue Devoted To HENRY EDWARD MANNING (1808-1892) - Foreword; Cardiunal Manning and His Influence on the Church and Nation; A History of Henry Manning's Religious Opinions, 1808-1832; 'Remember Lot's Wife' - Manning's Anglican Sermons; O Felix Roma! Henry Manning, Cutts Robinson and Sacerdotal Formation, 1862-1872; 'Truth Before Peace': Manning and Infallibility; Archbishop Manning and the Kulturkampf; Manning as Politician; 'A Bumping Pitch and a Blinding Light': Henry Manning and the Other Religion; [No. 3] St. Robert Southwell, S.J.: A Selective Bibliographic Supplement to the Studies of Pierre Janelle and James H. McDonald; Still Investigating Gunpowder Plot; John Gee, Archbishop Abbot and the Use of Converts from Rome in Jacobean Anti-Catholicism; Plainchant in the Eighteenth-Century English Catholic Church; Nicholas Wiseman, Ecclesiastical Politics and Anglo-Irish Relations In The Mid-Nineteenth Century; Charles Platter, S.J. and the Origins of the Catholic Social Guild; [No. 4] An Unpublished Translation by Bishop Thomas Watson of a Spurious Sermon of St. Cyprian of Carthage; The English Augustinian Convent of Our Lady of Syon at Paris: Its Foundation and Struggle for Survival During the First Eighty Years, 1634-1713; 'An Able Mathematician': Christopher Maire; Nuns and Vocations of the Unpublished Jerningham Letters: Charlotte Bedingfield, Augustinian Canoness (1802-1876), Louisa Jerningham, Franciscan Abbess (1808-1893) and Clementina Jerningham, Marquise de Ripert-Monclar (1810-1864); and A Bishop for Essex: Bernard Ward and the Diocese of Brentwood. . Very Good. 1993. First Edition.

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image of Recusant History: A Journal of Research in Reformation and Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles - Volume 18, May 1986 - October 1987 (Four Bound Issues)

Recusant History: A Journal of Research in Reformation and Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles - Volume 18, May 1986 - October 1987 (Four Bound Issues)

Catholic Record Society. Hardcover. B00MCYRP0K 1987 first edition Catholic Record Society (Hull, England), printed at Hobbs the Printers of Southampton, England, 6 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches tall brown buckram hardbound, white lettering to spine, each issue in white wraps, 445 pp. Red Mt. St. Alphonsus Seminary (Esopus, NY) stamp to copyright page of at least two of the four issues, card pocket at rear of bound volume. Otherwise, a near fine volume, with contents clean, bright and unmarked. Note that this is a heavy and oversized book, so additional postage will be required for international or priority orders. ~O~ Four bound quarterly issues, which constitute Volume 18 of the journal Recusant History, issued May 1986 through October 1987 by the Catholic Record Society, a journal of research in Reformation and Post-Reformation Catholic history in the British Isles. Articles in this set of issues include: [No. 1] Anstruther Analysed: The Elizabethan Seminary Priests; The Finances of the English Province of the Society of Jesus in the Seventeenth Century: Introduction; The Real Arthur Brett; Plebeian Catholics in the 1640s and 1650s; The Chronicles of the English Poor Clares of Rouen - I; 'An Establishment at Salisbury': Some Letters Concerning Catholicism in the City, 1795-1834; The Chaigley Treasure: A Note; [2] A Letter of Saint John Houghton; A Group of Political Tracts, 1621-1623; Saint Margaret Clitherow and Alexander Pope: An Unexpected Link; The Chronicles of the English Poor Clares of Rouen - II; Four Gallican Bishops in Exile: Concepts of Episcopacy in the Face of Revolution; The English Jesuits and Episcopal Authority: The Liverpool Test Case, 1840-1843; A Leicestershire Recusant Family: the Nevills of Nevill Holt - III; Oxford Conference 1987; [3] Praedatrix Pradeda Fit Ipsa Suae: Mary Magdalen, Frederico Borromeo and Henry Constable's Spirituall Sonnetttes; Sir Charles Percy; James I and His Catholic Subjects, 1606-1612: Some Financial Implications; The English Hospice of St. George at Sanlucar de Barrameda; 'Incarnate Rogues and Vile Jacobites': Silvertop v. Cotesworth, 1718-1723; Priesthood and Politics in the Nineteenth Century: The Turbulentr Career of Thomas McDonnell; The Role of the Catholic Laity in Yorkshire, 1850-1900; Some Notes on the 'Painted Life' of Mary Ward; [4] Richard Smith's Galican Backers and Jesuit Opponents - I; London's Spanish Chapel Before and After the Civil War; The Anti-Catholic Activity of the S.P.C.K., c. 1698-1740; The 1906 Education Bill: Catholic Peers and Irish Nationalists; and A Note on Bury's Hall in Norfolk. In the history of England and Wales, recusancy was the state of those who refused to attend Anglican services; these individuals were known as recusants. The term, which derives ultimately from the Latin recusare (to refuse or make an objection) was first used to refer to those who remained loyal to the Roman Catholic Church and did not attend Church of England services, with a 1593 statute determining the penalties against 'Popish recusants.' The 'Recusancy Acts' began during the reign of Elizabeth I and were repealed in 1650. They imposed various types of punishment on those who did not participate in Anglican religious activity, such as fines, property confiscation, and imprisonment. Despite their repeal, restrictions against Roman Catholics were still in place until full Catholic Emancipation in 1829. In some cases those adhering to Catholicism faced capital punishment, and a number of English and Welsh Catholics executed in the 16th and 17th centuries have been canonised by the Catholic Church as Christian martyrs. . Very Good. 1987. First Edition.

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Recusant History: The Journal of the Catholic Record Society, a Journal of Research in Reformation and Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles - Volume 14, May 1977 - October 1978 (Four Bound Issues)

Catholic Record Society. Hardcover. B00M7IEK8G 1978 first edition Catholic Record Society (Sutton Coldfield, England), printed at the Catholic Records Press, Exeter, England, 6 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches tall brown buckram hardbound, white lettering to spine, each issue in grey wraps, 292 pp. Red Mt. St. Alphonsus Seminary (Esopus, NY) stamp to front free-endpaper, card pocket at rear of bound volume, red date stamp to cover of each issue. Otherwise, a near fine volume, with contents clean, bright and unmarked. Note that this is a heavy and oversized book, so additional postage will be required for international or priority orders. ~XX~ Four bound, consecutively numbered quarterly issues, which constitute Volume 14 of the journal Recusant History, issued May 1977 through October 1978 by the Catholic Record Society, a journal of research in Reformation and Post-Reformation Catholic history in the British Isles. Articles in this set of issues include: [No. 1] Catholicism in Elizabethan Durham; Plowden, Englefield and Sandford: II, 1585-1609; Catholic Royalist Activities in the North, 1642-46; Iron Mining in Restoration Furness: The Case of Sir Thomas Preston; Fuga Saeculi or Holy Hatred of the World: John Donne and Henry Hawkins; Conformity Certificates Among the King's Bench Records: A Calendar; [No. 2] The Economic Consequences of Recusancy in Elizabethan Worcestershire; Catholicism in Jacobean Durham; The Oath Tendered; Elizabethan Priest-Holes - VI: The Escape of Charles II; The English College, Rome, under Italian Secular Administration, 1773-1798; Iron-Mining in Restoration Furness: The Case of Sir Thomas Preston, A Response; [No. 3] Catholics and Politics: The Worcestershire Election of 1604; Sir Richard Forster (?1585-1661); The Haggerstons: The Education of a Northumberland Family; British Diplomatic Relations with the Holy See, 1793-1830; [No. 4] The Movement of Clergy in the Diocese of Canterbury, 1552-62; The Irish Student Diaspora in the Sixteenth Century and the Early Years of the Irish College at Salamanca; The Correspondence of Edward Coleman, 1674-78; Catholic Officers in the Navy of James II; and The Early Life of Charles Butler (1750-83). In the history of England and Wales, recusancy was the state of those who refused to attend Anglican services; these individuals were known as recusants. The term, which derives ultimately from the Latin recusare (to refuse or make an objection) was first used to refer to those who remained loyal to the Roman Catholic Church and did not attend Church of England services, with a 1593 statute determining the penalties against 'Popish recusants.' The 'Recusancy Acts' began during the reign of Elizabeth I and were repealed in 1650. They imposed various types of punishment on those who did not participate in Anglican religious activity, such as fines, property confiscation, and imprisonment. Despite their repeal, restrictions against Roman Catholics were still in place until full Catholic Emancipation in 1829. In some cases those adhering to Catholicism faced capital punishment, and a number of English and Welsh Catholics executed in the 16th and 17th centuries have been canonised by the Catholic Church as Christian martyrs. . Very Good. 1978. First Edition.

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Recusant History: The Journal of the Catholic Record Society, a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles - Volume 17, May 1984 - October 1985 (Four Bound Issues)

Catholic Record Society. Hardcover. B00MPNR9C2 1984-85 first edition Catholic Record Society (Sutton Coldfield, England), printed at Hobbs Printers, Southampton, England, 6 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches tall brown buckram hardbound, white lettering to spine, each issue in white wraps, 413 pp. Mt. St. Alphonsus Seminary (Esopus, NY) card pocket at rear of bound volume, red date stamp to cover of each issue. Otherwise, a near fine volume, with contents clean, bright and unmarked. Contents and indexes to Volume 17 laid in. Note that this is a heavy and oversized book, so additional postage will be required for international or priority orders. ~XX~ Four bound, consecutively numbered quarterly issues, which constitute Volume 17 of the journal Recusant History, issued May 1984 through October 1985 by the Catholic Record Society, a journal of research in Post-Reformation Catholic history in the British Isles. Articles in this set of issues include: [No. 1] A Man of 'Unquiet Spirit': Mordaunt Webster; Alexander Pope and the Religious Tradition of the Turners; Robert Manning and Thomas Howlatt: English Catholic Printing in the Early Eighteenth Century; Philip Perry, Rector of the English College, Valladolid (1768-1774); The Beginnings of the Catholic Poor Schools in England; The Poor Law Board August Order, 1859; [No. 2] The Marian Priests Under Elizabeth I; The Establishment of the English Province of the Society of Jesus; The Attempt in 1608 on Hugh Owen, Intelligencer for the Archdukes in Flanders; The Manual of 1614; The Leicestershire Recusant Family: The Nevills of Nevill Holt - I; An Eighteenth Century Chaplain: John Champion at Sawston Hall; Sir John Dalrymple and the Origins of Roman Catholic Relief, 1775-1778; [No. 3] Edmind Campion's Alleged Interview with Queen Elizabeth in 1581; The Relation between Robert Southwell's Neo-Latin and English Poetry; The Practice and Problems of Recusant Disarming, 1585-1641; Canon Henry Taylor, Spanish Habsburg Diplomat; 'That Damned Booke': The Grounds of Obedience and Government (1655), and the Downfall of Thomas White; Blanco White's Evidence; Ultramontanism in Yorkshire, 1850-1900; The Caldey Monks and the Catholic Press, 1905-1913; [No. 4] The Secret Treasure of Chaigley; 'Simples are by Compounds Far Excel'd': Southwell's Longer Latin Poems and 'St. Peters Complaint'; Robert Persons and an Unknown Political Pamphlet of 1593; Did Creswell Write the Answer to the Proclamation of 1610? A Note on A&R 265; Who Wrote the Martyrium . . . Cornelii Dovenii, Cologne, 1614?; Old and New Catholics in Stuart Wales: The Carne Family of Glamorgan; A Leicestershire Recusant Family: The Nevills of Nevill Holt - II; The Cambridge Converts and the Oxford Movement; Robert Cornthwaite: A Neglected Nineteenth-Century Bishop; Oxford Conference 1986. In the history of England and Wales, recusancy was the state of those who refused to attend Anglican services; these individuals were known as recusants. The term, which derives ultimately from the Latin recusare (to refuse or make an objection) was first used to refer to those who remained loyal to the Roman Catholic Church and did not attend Church of England services, with a 1593 statute determining the penalties against 'Popish recusants.' The 'Recusancy Acts' began during the reign of Elizabeth I and were repealed in 1650. They imposed various types of punishment on those who did not participate in Anglican religious activity, such as fines, property confiscation, and imprisonment. Despite their repeal, restrictions against Roman Catholics were still in place until full Catholic Emancipation in 1829. In some cases those adhering to Catholicism faced capital punishment, and a number of English and Welsh Catholics executed in the 16th and 17th centuries have been canonised by the Catholic Church as Christian martyrs. . Very Good. 1985. First Edition.

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Recusant History: The Journal of the Catholic Record Society - Volume 15, May 1979 - October 1980 (Four Bound Issues)

The Catholic Record Society. Hardcover. B00MCXTPTA 1980 first edition Catholic Record Society (Sutton Coldfield, England), printed at the Catholic Records Press, Exeter, England, 6 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches tall brown buckram hardbound, white lettering to spine, each issue in grey wraps, 304 pp. Red Mt. St. Alphonsus Seminary (Esopus, NY) date stamp to a page on at least two of the four issues. Card pocket at rear of bound volume. Otherwise, a near fine volume, with contents clean, bright and unmarked. Note that this is a heavy and oversized book, so additional postage will be required for international or priority orders. ~O~ Four bound, consecutively numbered quarterly issues, which constitute Volume 15 of the journal Recusant History, issued May 1979 through October 1980 by the Catholic Record Society, a journal of research in Reformation and Post-Reformation Catholic history in the British Isles. Articles in this set of issues include: [No. 1] Further Notes on the Ven. John Bretton; An Englishman in Exile: A Recent Work In Recusant History; Mount St. Bernard's Reformatory, Leicestershire, 1856-81; Maude Petre: Her Life and Significance; A Working Catalogue of the Ward Family Papers; [2] The Later Life and Writings of Joseph Creswell, S.J. (1556-1623); Robert Persons and The Copie of a Double Letter, 1581; Roman Catholics in Pre-Civil War England: The Problem of Definition; [3] Robert Campion: Edmund Campion's Brother?; Donne's Anglicanism; Popish Recusants at Broughton, Lancashire, 1676; 'A Welsh Lancashire'? Monmouthshire Catholics in the Eighteenth Century; 'The Science of the Saints': The Spirituality of Butler's Lives of the Saints; Dr. William Maxwell and Thomas Cooper: An Incident in Trans-atlatic Radicalism; Cullen, Newman and the Irish University; Mount St. Bernard Reformatory, 1856-81: A Correction; [4] Thomas Argall, Administrator of Ecclesiastical Affairs in the Tudor Church and State; Catholicism and Rhetoric in Southwell, Crashaw, Dryden and Pope; Warwickshire Catholics in the Civil War; The Commission for Superstitous Lands of the 1690s; Charles Butler and the English Jesuits, 1770-1823; Mount St Bernard's Reformatory: A Reply. In the history of England and Wales, recusancy was the state of those who refused to attend Anglican services; these individuals were known as recusants. The term, which derives ultimately from the Latin recusare (to refuse or make an objection) was first used to refer to those who remained loyal to the Roman Catholic Church and did not attend Church of England services, with a 1593 statute determining the penalties against 'Popish recusants.' The 'Recusancy Acts' began during the reign of Elizabeth I and were repealed in 1650. They imposed various types of punishment on those who did not participate in Anglican religious activity, such as fines, property confiscation, and imprisonment. Despite their repeal, restrictions against Roman Catholics were still in place until full Catholic Emancipation in 1829. In some cases those adhering to Catholicism faced capital punishment, and a number of English and Welsh Catholics executed in the 16th and 17th centuries have been canonised by the Catholic Church as Christian martyrs. . Very Good. First Edition.

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Recusant History: Vol. 26 No. 1 - May 2002 - Essays in Honour of Geoffrey Holt

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The Catholic Record Society, 2002. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Spine creased, pages tanned, else clean and firm.. Soft. Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 25 No. 2 - October 2000 - Under the Fisherman's Ring: Essays Commemorating the English and Welsh Hierarchy, 1850.

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The Catholic Record Society, 2000. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, some page corners turned, but remains clean and firm.. Soft. Very Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: A Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles - May 1994 (Volume 22, No. 1)

The Catholic Record Society. PAPERBACK. B00OMEG6XA 1994 first edition Catholic Record Society (Leconfield, England), printed by Hobbs the Printersof Southampton, England, 5 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches tall paperbound in white slick wraps, 1-111 pp. This issue was removed from an annual bound volume of issues, so there are perforations to the spine edge and the lettering to the spine is not visible. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked. Volume 22, Issue No. 1 of the journal Recusant History, issued May 1994 by the Catholic Record Society, a journal of research in Post-Reformation Catholic history in the British Isles. Articles in this issue: 'Here Comes a Chopper to Chop Off His Head': The Execution of Three Priests at Newcastle and Gateshead, 1592-1594; English Books of Martyrs and Saints of the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries; Burton Park, Sussex: A Further Note; Rebus Sic Stantibus and English Catholicism, 1606-1610; Lancashire Catholics, Protestants and Jacobites During the 1715 Rebellion; A Priest Describes to the Cardinal Prefect of Propaganda His Mission in the Isle of Man, 18 July, 1727; 'What Shall We Do With The Wanton Student?': Tutoring the Catholic Gentry in the Eighteenth Century; Rescuing the Scarlet Woman: The Promotion of Catholicism in English Literature, 1829-1850; Monsignor Lord William Joseph Petre [1847-1893]: A Pillar of Downside; Acton, Oxenham and the Temporal Power. ~E~ . Very Good. 1994. First Edition.

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Recusant History: The Journal of the Catholic Record Society - May 1981 (Volume 15, No. 5)

The Catholic Record Society. PAPERBACK. B00OP1QD1U 1981 first edition Catholic Record Society (Sutton Coldfield, England), printed at Hobbs the Printers Ltd., Southampton, England, 6 x 9 1/2 inches tall paperbound in white slick wraps, 305-413 pp. This issue was removed from an annual bound volume of issues, so there are perforations to the spine edge and the lettering to the spine is not visible. Covers slightly edgeworn and creased. Red date stamp to bottom of front cover. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked. Volume 15, Issue No. 5 of the journal Recusant History, issued May 1981 by the Catholic Record Society, a journal of research in post-Reformation Catholic history in the British Isles. Articles in this issue: Privy Council Coercion and Religious Conformity at the Inns of Court, 1569-84; 'Sir Thomas Heywood the Parson' and Donne's Catholic Background; An Epistle of Pious Grief: An Anti-Appellant Tract by Robert Persons; The Date of Bishop Challoner's Baptism; John Macky's 1707 Account of the English Seminaries in Flanders; St. Martin's Parish, Birmingham, in 1767: A Study in Urban Catholicism; P.R. Newman and the Durham Protestations; The Roman Catholics and the Cumbrian Religious Censuses; Newsletter 1981. ~E~ . Good. 1981. First Edition.

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Recusant History: A Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles - October 1981 (Volume 15, No. 6)

The Catholic Record Society. PAPERBACK. B00OMES6SS 1981 first edition Catholic Record Society (Leconfield, England), printed by Catholic Record Press, Exeter, England, 5 3/4 x 9 inches tall paperbound in grey printed wraps, 387-480 pp. This issue was removed from an annual bound volume of issues, so there are perforations to the spine edge and the lettering to the spine is not visible. Red january 1982 received stamp to bottom of front cover. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked. Volume 15, Issue No. 6 of the journal Recusant History, issued October 1981 by the Catholic Record Society. Articles in this issue: Father Henry Garnet's Treatise of Equivocation; Roman Catholic Royalists: Papist Commanders under Charles I and Charles II, 1642-60; Abraham Woodhead (1608-78): Some Research Notes, Chiefly About His Writings; 'The Other Thomas Stapleton'; Challoner and the 'Penny Catechism'; The English Catholics and the French Exiled Clergy; The Anglican Patronage of Monmouthshire Recusants in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries; Tanner on Nicholas Owen: A Note. ~E~ . Very Good. 1981. First Edition.

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Recusant History: A Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles - October 1991 (Volume 20, No. 4)

The Catholic Record Society. PAPERBACK. B00OE5HK6Y 1991 first edition Catholic Record Society (Leconfield, England), printed at Hobbs the Printers Ltd., Southampton, England, 6 x 9 1/2 inches tall paperbound in white slick wraps, 415-568 pp. This issue was removed from an annual bound volume of issues, so there are perforations to the spine edge and the lettering to the spine is not visible. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked. Volume 20, Issue No. 4 of the journal Recusant History, issued October 1991 by the Catholic Record Society, a journal of research in Post-Reformation Catholic history in the British Isles. Articles in this issue: The Imprisonment of Catholics for Religion Under Elizabeth I; Thomas Vavasour, M.D.; English Clerical Converts to Protestantism, 1580-1596; The Origins of the English College, Lisbon; Some Additions and Corrections to 'Richard Smith's Gallican Backers and Jesuit Opponents'; Recusant Houses in the Southern Netherlands as Seen by British Tourists, c1650-1720; The Tridentine Evolution of Modern Irish Catholicism, 1563-1962: A Re-Examination of the 'Devotional Revolution' Thesis; S.F. Wood and an Early Theory of Development in the Oxford Movement; 'Briefly, and in Confidence': Private Views of Her Majesty's Inspectors on English Catholic Elementary Schools, 1875; Newsletter 1991. ~E~ . Very Good. 1991. First Edition.

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Recusant History: A Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles - May 1995 (Volume 22, No. 3)

The Catholic Record Society. PAPERBACK. B00OMDVU6E 1995 first edition Catholic Record Society (Leconfield, England), printed by Hobbs the Printers, Ltd., Totton, Hampshire, England, 5 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches tall paperbound in white slick wraps, 265-457 pp. This issue was removed from an annual bound volume of issues, so there are perforations to the spine edge and the lettering to the spine is not visible. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked. Volume 22, Issue No. 3 of the journal Recusant History, issued May 1995 by the Catholic Record Society, a journal of research in Post-Reformation Catholic history in the British Isles. Articles in this issue: William, Cardinal Allen, 1532-1594; The Polemical Gravitas of Robert Persons; A New Collection of English Recusant Manuscript Poetry from the Late Sixteenth Century: Extraordinary Devotion in the Liturgical Season of 'Ordinary Time'; An English Gallican: Henry Holden, 1596/7-1662. Part I (to 1648); Nuns of the Jerningham Letters: Elizabeth Jerningham (1727-1807) and Frances Henrietta Jerningham (1745-1824), Augustinian Canonesses of Bruges; Archbishop Murray of Dublin and the Episcopal Clash on the Inter-Denominational School Scripture Lessons Controversy, 1835-1841; A Second Moses in Bonnet and Shawl: Caroline Chisholm, 1808-1877; 'A Blessed and Ever-Enduring Fellowship': The Development of John Henry Newman's Thought on Death and the Life Beyond. ~E~ . Very Good. 1995. First Edition.

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Recusant History: A Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles - October 1990 (Volume 20, No. 2)

The Catholic Record Society. PAPERBACK. B00OE6577C 1990 first edition Catholic Record Society (Leconfield, England), printed at Hobbs the Printers Ltd., Southampton, England, 6 x 9 1/2 inches tall paperbound in white slick wraps, 145-304 pp. This issue was removed from an annual bound volume of issues, so there are perforations to the spine edge and the lettering to the spine is not visible. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked. Volume 20, Issue No. 2 of the journal Recusant History, issued October 1990 by the Catholic Record Society, a journal of research in Post-Reformation Catholic history in the British Isles. Articles in this issue: Jerusalem and Albion: Ralph Buckland's 'Seaven Sparkes of the Enkindled Soule'; Richard Smith's Gallican Backers and Jesuit Opponents, Part III: The Continuation of the Controversy, 1631-c.1643, by Anthony F. Allison; Priests and Patrons in the Eighteenth Century; St. Alban's College, Valladolid and the Events of 1767; A Catholic Community: Shrewsbury, Part I: 1750-1850; George Myers, Pugin's Builder; The Life and Death of a Victorian Seminary: The English College, Bruges; The English Jesuit College, Manchester, 1875. ~E~ . Very Good. 1990. First Edition.

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The Catholic Record Society. PAPERBACK. B00OE5VZ7Y 1991 first edition Catholic Record Society (Leconfield, England), printed at Hobbs the Printers Ltd., Southampton, England, 6 x 9 1/2 inches tall paperbound in white slick wraps, 305-413 pp. This issue was removed from an annual bound volume of issues, so there are perforations to the spine edge and the lettering to the spine is not visible. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked. Volume 20, Issue No. 3 of the journal Recusant History, issued May 1991 by the Catholic Record Society, a journal of research in Post-Reformation Catholic history in the British Isles. Articles in this issue: The Bloody Questions Reconsidered; Lord Deputy Chichester and the English Government's 'Mandates Policy' in Ireland, 1605-1607; The Catholics in Worcestershire, 1642-1651; Richard Langhorne and the 'Nevills of Nevill Holt': A Note; Kenelm Henry Digby and English Catholicism; Laura Phillips de Lisle: A Nineteenth Century Catholic Lady; A Catholic Community: Shrewsbury, Part II: 1850-1920; The Reluctant Prior: Bishop Wulstan Pearson of Lancaster. ~E~ . Very Good. 1991. First Edition.

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The Catholic Record Society. PAPERBACK. B00OE6GFAK 1990 first edition Catholic Record Society (Leconfield, England), printed at Hobbs the Printers Ltd., Southampton, England, 6 x 9 1/2 inches tall paperbound in white slick wraps, 1-143 pp. plus index to Volume 19. This issue was removed from an annual bound volume of issues, so there are perforations to the spine edge and the lettering to the spine is not visible. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked. Volume 20, Issue No. 1 of the journal Recusant History, issued May 1990 by the Catholic Record Society, a journal of research in Post-Reformation Catholic history in the British Isles. Articles in this issue: A Catalogue of the 'Unlawful' Books Found in John Stow's Study on 21 February 1568/9; John Crosse of Liverpool and Recusancy in Early Seventeenth-Century Lancashire; The Adventures of an Angel-Guardian in Seventeenth-Century England; A Benedictine Conspirator: Henry Joseph Johnston (c. 1656-1723); Samuel Peploe and Catholicism in Preston, 1714; Catherine McAuley's Theological and Literary Debt to Alonso Rodriguez: The 'Spirit of the Institute' Parallels; Newman, Faber and the Oratorian Separation: A Reappraisal; The Rambler, Its Reviewers and a 'Philosophy of Knowledge'; Newsletter 1990. ~E~ . Very Good. 1990. First Edition.

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Recusant History: Vol. 24 No. 4 - October 1999

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The Catholic Record Society, 1999. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, unfortunate 4 inch tear to foot of front cover, else clean and firm.. Soft. Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 22 No. 3 - May 1995

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The Catholic Record Society, 1995. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, spine creased and sunned, a few page corners turned, but remains clean and firm.. Soft. Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 25 No. 1 - May 2000

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The Catholic Record Society, 2000. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, but remains clean and firm.. Soft. Very Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 22 No. 2 - October 1994

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The Catholic Record Society, 1994. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, spine creased and sunned, some spotting, some ink underlining, but remains clean and firm.. Soft. Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 25 No. 4 - October 2001

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The Catholic Record Society, 2001. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, but remains clean and firm.. Soft. Very Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 27 No. 3 - May 2005

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The Catholic Record Society, 2005. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, page edges tanned, some minor stains to front cover, else clean and firm.. Soft. Very Good Minus. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 23 No. 2 - October 1996

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The Catholic Record Society, 1996. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, rear cover unfortunately cut out, but remaining textblock clean and firm.. Soft. Fair. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 24 No. 2 - October 1998

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The Catholic Record Society, 1998. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, else clean and firm.. Soft. Very Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 22 No. 4 - October 1995

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The Catholic Record Society, 1995. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, spine creased and sunned, a few page corners turned, but remains clean and firm.. Soft. Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 24 No. 1 - May 1998

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The Catholic Record Society, 1998. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, occasional underlining, else clean and firm.. Soft. Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 24 No. 3 - May 1999

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The Catholic Record Society, 1999. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, but remains clean and firm.. Soft. Very Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 27 No. 1 - May 2004

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The Catholic Record Society, 2004. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, page edges tanned, else clean and firm.. Soft. Very Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 23 No. 3 - May 1997

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The Catholic Record Society, 1997. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, spine creased and sunned, stainining/browning to front cover, but remains clean and firm.. Soft. Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 22 No. 1 - May 1994

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The Catholic Record Society, 1994. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, spine creased and sunned, a few page corners turned, some underlining etc, bump/tear to rear few pages, but remains clean and firm.. Soft. Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 26 No. 4 - October 2003

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The Catholic Record Society, 2003. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, page edges tanned, some page corners turned, else clean and firm.. Soft. Good Plus. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 23 No. 1 - May 1996

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Recusant History - A Journal of Research in Reformation and Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles Vol. 26, No. 3 May 2003

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The Catholic Record Society Includes (loose) the Catholic Record Society Annual Report 2002-3. Soft. Very Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 25 No. 3 - May 2001

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The Catholic Record Society, 2001. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, spine creased and sunned, stain to rear affecting last few pages, but remains clean and firm.. Soft. Good. 8vo.

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Recusant History: Vol. 23 No. 4 - October 1997

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The Catholic Record Society, 1997. a Journal of Research in Post-Reformation Catholic History in the British Isles. Light general wear, spine creased and sunned, a few page corners turned, but remains clean and firm.. Soft. Good. 8vo.

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