2 edition of grounds of the Catholick doctrine found in the catalog.
grounds of the Catholick doctrine
TRIN copy bound with: Challoner, R. The grounds of the old religion. Printed at Augusta : [s.n.], 1751 -- Challoner, R. A letter to a friend, concerning the infallibility of the Church of Christ. London : [s.n.], 1743.
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