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PAGE A bandonment (Caussade)....
574 Life and Death of Rev. Edmund Gennings 181 Ancient History (Fredet)
192 Life and Glories of St. Joseph (Thompson) 576 Antonius, a Dramatic Poem (Heywood)... 184 Life and Times of the Most Rev. John Ave Maris Stella; Meditations for the
761 Month of Mary..... 384 Life of St. Bridget (Partridge).
575 Life of St. Patrick (Morris)......
383 Benedictine Saints, a Thought from, for Erery Day...
Literary and Biographical History (Gil576 low)............
571 Birthday Party and Other Stories............ 576
Lives of the Deceased Bishops of the Cæremoniale Episcoporum....
378 Canons and Decrees of the Council of
576 Trent (Waterworth).....
384 Maria Magnificata (Clarke)... Christianity in the United States (Dor- Memoirs of a Seraph (Chardon).
566 Modern Novels and Novelists (Egan). 576 Church, The, and the Age (Hecker)........ 176 Month of St. Joseph (Berlioux)...
569 Conquests of our Holy Faith (Treacy)...... 575 Mores Catholici (Digby)...... De Spiritu Societatis Jesu (Rossetti)......... 382 Newfoundland, Ecclesiastical History of Divine Office, Explanation of (Liguori)... 190 (Howley)...
169 Eglise, L', et L'Etat en Angleterre (Du Boys).....
Ownership and Natural Right (Holaind) 189
185 Elements of Ecclesiastical Law (Smith)... 576
Palestine in the Time of Christ (Stopfer) Emanuel, the Saviour of the World
576, 768 (Gmeiner).........
574 English History in Contemporary Writers 573 Peter, The Chair of (Murphy).................. 574
Puritan Colonies in America (Doyle)....... 173 Fate of the Dane and Other Stories......... 576
Religious, The Perfect (Weninger).......... 572 Garesché, Biography of Lieut.-Col. Ju- Rome, Jubilee-Tide in (Cox).................. 576 lius P....
382 Glories of Mary (St. Alph. Liguori).......... 186 Salome, A Dramatic Poem (Heywood)..... 184
Six Sermons on Devotion to the Sacred Henry VIII. and the English Monasteries
576 (Gasquet).... 576, 753 Songs of a Life-time (Starr)..
188 Herodias, a Dramatic Poem (Heywood)... 184 St. Peter, Bishop of Rome (Livius)......... 374 History of the Church (Birkhaeuser)........ 761 Stories for First Communion...
576 Holy See, The, and the Wandering of the Student of Blenheim Forest (Dorsey)....... 576 Nations (Allies).....
187 Imitation, The Lesser..
Theologia Moralis (Ertnys).
381 Indiana, L'..
Tenure of Land and Eminent Domain.... 189 Indifferentism (McLaughlin).
192 Infidels, Tactics of (Lambert).
183 Visit to Europe and the Holy Land (FairInquisition, a History of the (Lea)........... 179 banks).....
183 Ireland, The Crime Against (Foster)......... 575 Ireland, The Story of (Lawless).... 191 Wealth and Progress (Gunton)............... 166 Ireland's Poets, The Household Li- Wiseman's Essays on Various Subjects .... 757 brary of (Connolly)......
573 Irish Wonders (McAnally).... 572 | Zoe's Daughter (Dorsey)...
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