Ireland in religion and letters
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Ireland in religion and letters or, Discourses and writings of Catholic and Irish interest by Michael Patrick Mahon

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Published by T.J. Flynn & company in Boston, Mass .
Written in English



  • Ireland.


  • Catholic Church -- Ireland.,
  • Ireland.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Rev. Michael P. Mahon...
LC ClassificationsDA977 .M25
The Physical Object
Pagination190 p.
Number of Pages190
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6630301M
LC Control Number20022840

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