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A review of Doctor Butler's pamphlet, entitled, A justification of the Roman Catholic tenets. In which are, a representation of the state of social harmony in the kingdom, previous of the troubles in munster-observations on ecclesiastical establishments-their propriety vindicated, and their practice shewn to have prevailed in all nations antient and modern-some strictures on the Popish doctrine of indulgences, and on the consecration-oath sworn to the pope by the Romish Bishops-the real origin and motives of the inquisition related, and its establishment in Spain-and a demonstration that Clement XIV. Eneyclic letter cannot be applied to a Protestant Church or state, &c. &c. &c. with an appendix, giving an account of the liberties of the Gallican Church, as ascertained by the clergy of France, in 1632.-and of the bull unigenitus issued by Cement XI. in 1713. By a Friend to the constitution.

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Dublin : Printed, and to be had at Mr. Grierson's in Parliament-Street, 1787.

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[4],107,[1],113-127,[1]p. ; 8⁰.

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