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Pollen, J. H.
Pollen, John H.
Pollen, John Hungerford
Pollen, John Hungerford ((Jesuit))
Pollen, John Hungerford (S. I.)
Dates: 
1858-1925
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Burton, Edwin Hubert (1870-1925))
Catholic Record Society
Challoner, Richard (1691-1781))
Jesuiten Affiliation (see also from)
Kirk, John (1760-1851))
Mac Mahon, William. S.I.
Mary, Stuart Queen of Scots, 1542-1587
Morris, John S.I., 1826-1893
Thompson, Francis (1859-1907)
Thompson, Francis (1859-1907))
Thompson, Francis Joseph (1859-1907)
Titles: 
Acts of English martyrs hitherto unpublished
bedingfield papers, the
Biographies of English Catholics in the eighteenth century
Counter-reformation in Scotland ... 1921:
English catholics in the reign of queen Elizabeth a study of their politics, civil life and government, The : 1558-1580 : from the fall of the old church to the advent of the counter-reformation
Father Edmund Campion & his companions
institution of the Archpriest Blackwell a study of the transition from paternal to constitutional and local church government among the English Catholics, 1595 to 1602, The
jesuit challenge: edmund campion's debates at the tower of london in 1581, a
Journals kept during times of retreat
King Henry VIII. and St. Thomas Becket being a histoy of the burning of the saint's bones, and of the reports thereon by Thomas Derby, William Thomas and P. Crisostomo Henriquez
Letter from Mary, queen of Scots, to the duke of Guise, January 1562, reproduced in facsimile from the original manuscript in the possession of the late John Scott,... edited, with translation, historical introduction and appendix of original documents, by John Hungerford Pollen, S.J., A
Mary Queen of Scots and the Babington plot. -
Memoirs of missionary priests as well secular as regular and of other Catholics of both sexes : that have suffered death in England on religious accounts from the year of our Lord, 1577 to 1684 ...
Papal negotiations with Mary, queen of Scots, during her reign in Scotland (1561-1567)
Queen Mary's letter to Guise
Saint Ignatius Loyola
Sources for the history of Roman catholics in England, Ireland and Scotland from the Reformation period to that of emancipation : 1533 to 1795
Ten years' work of the Catholic record society
Ven. Philip Howard, earl of Arundel, 1557-1595, collected by John Hungerford Pollen,... and William Mac Mahon,..., The
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