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Hughes, Johann
Hughes, John
Hughes, John (Archbishop)
Hughes, John ((archbishop of New York))
Hughes, John (arciv. di New York)
Hughes, John (Dr)
Hughes, John Joseph
Hughes, John Joseph (arciv. di New York)
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Breckenridge, John (1797-1841)
Breckinridge, John (1797-1841)
Brooks, Erastus (1815-1886)
Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Kehoe, Lawrence (1832-1890)
Livingston, Vanbrugh
Martinet, Antoine (1802-1871)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Archbishop Hughes on the war.
Brooksiana; or, The controversy between Senator Brooks and Archbishop Hughes, growing out of the recently enacted church property bill
Catholic chapter in the history of the United States, The : a lecture: delivered in Metropolitan Hall, before the Catholic Institute, on Monday evening, March 8, 1852, for the benefit of the House of Protection, under the charge of the Sisters of Mercy
church and the world. A lecture: delivered at the Chinese Museum, Philadelphia, on Thursday evening, January 31, 1850. (For the benefit of St. John's Orphan Asylum.), The
complete works of the Most Rev. John Hughes, D.D., archbishop of New York..., The
Controversy between Rev. Messrs. Hughes and Breckenridge, on the subject "Is the Protestant religion the religion of Christ?".
controversy between Senator Brooks and [dagger] John, Archbishop of New York, The : growing out of the speech of Senator Brooks on the Church Property Bill, in the N. Y. State Senate, March 6th, 1855
Decline of protestantism and its cause, a lecture delivered in St Patrick's cathedral on... November 10, 1850... by the most Rev. John Hughes,..., The
Decline of protestantism and its cause, The : a lecture delivered in St Patrick's cathedral
discussion of the question is the Roman Catholic religion, in any or in all its principles or doctrines, inimical to civil or religious liberty? and of the question is the presbyterian religion, in any or in all its principles or doctrines, inimical to civil or religious liberty, A
inquiry into the merits of the Reformed doctrine of "imputation," as contrasted with those of "Catholic imputation;" or, The cardinal point of controversy between the Church of Rome and the Protestant high church: together with miscellaneous essays on the Catholic faith, An
lecture on the importance of a Christian basis for the science of political economy, and its application to the affairs of life., A
Lecture on the mixture of civil and ecclesiastical power, in the government of the middle ages, by... Hughes,..., A
letter on the moral causes that have produced the evil spirit of the times; addressed to the Honorable James Harper, mayor of New-York. Including a vindication of the author from the infamous charges made against him by Jas. Gordon Bennett, William L. Stone, and others., A
Pastoral letter, october 29 1854.
Pastoral letter of the most Rev. Archbishop and suffragan prelates of the Province of New York. Addressed to the clergy and laity of their respective dioceses, at the close of the third provincial council., The
Pastoral letter of the Right Reverend Dr. Hughes, Bishop of New-York, to the clergy and laity of the diocese of New-York, for Lent, 1847.
Popes, and their temporal power in the States of the Church, The
Religion in society, or the solution of great problems, placed within the reach of every mind
Review of the charge delivered, May 22, 1833, by the... bishop Onderdonk, on the rule of faith, by the Rev. John Hughes, A
review of the charge delivered May 22, 1833 by the Right Rev. Bishop Onderdonk, on the rule of faith, A
Review of the New American Encyclopedia
Sammlung der bekanntesten und gebräuchlichsten Lieder, 1851:
Sermon preached in the church of St Augustine, in Philadelphia, on the 31st of May, 1829, at a... religious thanksgiving to almighty God for the emancipation of the catholics of Great Britain and Ireland, by the Rev. John Hughes,..., A
Speech of the Right Rev. Dr. Hughes, delivered on the 16th, 17th and 21st days' of June, 1841. Being a review and refutation of the argument of Hiram Ketchum, Esq., Counsel for the Public School Society, before a committee of the Senate of the state of New York, against the report of the Secretary of State on the subject of common school education ...
The Catholic chapter in the history of the United States.