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GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND,
ARE MOST RESPECTFULLY ADDRESSED
BY THEIR FAITHFUL SERVANT,
Sept. 1, 1826.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
On Allegiance to our Sovereign, und Obedience to the Pope 72-75
On the Claim of British Catholics to the Property of the
Church Establishment in England
For the sake of distinctness, the various parts of the “ Declaration,” in siccession, occupy the pages on the right-hand side of the volume, and the corresponding “Remarks” the pages on the left.
Any observations, arising more immediately out of peculiarities in the “ Declaration” itself, are placed, in the form of notes, in the same pages with the passages to which they refer.
And in one instance, at page 11, where the observations upon a most inportant passage are necessarily extended to a considerable length, it has been deemed expedient 10 deviate from a general rule, (that of resolving a paragraph into parts, by placing one or more lines of it at the top of each of the pages occupied by the commentary which is connected with it),—in order that the whole of that passage may be seen, as far as may be, at one view, and the attention of the reader may be preserved unbroken.