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friend of Ireland containing an exposure of the errors and superstitions of the Church of Rome, also a reputation of the various sceptical and infidel objections which have from time to time been brought against the scriptures, especially the Unitarian errors by Philip Dixon Hardy

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Published by Hardy & Walker in Dublin .
Written in English


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Published in 10 monthly parts as The monthly visiter and friend of Ireland, vol. 1.

Other titlesMonthly visiter and friend of Ireland., The friend of Ireland.
Statementby P. Dixon Hardy.
The Physical Object
Pagination158 p. :
Number of Pages158
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20154963M

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