2 edition of The Calumnies of Verus; or, Catholics vindicated, from certain old slanders lately revived found in the catalog.
The Calumnies of Verus; or, Catholics vindicated, from certain old slanders lately revived
by Printed by Johnston & Justice, at Franklin"s Head, no. 41, Chesnut-Street. in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Statement||collected and revised by Verax, with the addition of a preface and a few notes.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 24321.|
|Contributions||Verax, d. 1793., Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839., Annan, Robert, 1742-1819.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, , 8-58 p.|
|Number of Pages||58|
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The calumnies of Versus, or, Catholics vindicated from certain old slanders lately revived, in a series of letters published in different gazettes at Philadelphia Author: Verax ; Catholic. The Calumnies of Verus ; or, Catholics vindicated, from certain old slanders lately revived: in a series of letters, published in different gazettes at Philadelphia.
CALUMNIES OF V E R U S ; O R, Catholics Vindicated, From certain old Slanders lately revived IN A SERIES OF LÈTTER8, Publifhed in different Gazettes at Philadelphia^ COLLECTED AND REVISED BY V E R A X, With the Addition of a Preface and a few Notes.
PHILADELPHIA: PRINTED BY JOHNSTON. The Calumnies of Verus; or, Catholics vindicated, from certain old slanders lately revived [electronic resource]: in a series of letters, published in different gazettes at Philadelphia, collected and revised by Verax, with the addition of a preface and a few notes.
Verax [Mathew Carey], The Calumnies of Verus or, Catholics Vindicated, from Certain Old Slanders Lately Revived in a Series of Letters, Published in Different Gazettes at Philadelphia (Philadelphia, ), For an illuminating discussion of this controversy, see Michael S.
Carter, “‘What Shall We Say to this Liberal Age?’:Cited by: 2. The Calumnies of Verus; or, Catholics vindicated, from certain old slanders lately revived; in a series of letters, published in different gazettes at Philadelphia, collected and Author: Mitchell Edward Oxford.
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