Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Michael Dalton, 'Breviary on the state of the Roman Church', an unprinted fifth-monarchist tract describing events from the foundation of Christianity to the 'discovery of anti-christ' in the 16th century, 88 folios: (fo. 2) title page; (fo. 3) text, beginning 'The 4th Monarchy (videlicet of the Romans)', and ending 'have the first place,&voyce etc.'; (fo. 86v) index; (fo. 88) list of papal schisms.
A series of explanatory notes on the decrees of the Council of Trent, 416 folios. The sessions concerned are 4-7, 13-14 and 21-25. There are nineteenth-century entries on fo. 1, including 'Paraphe au desir de l'arrest du 5 juillet 1763 Mesnil' and 'Colle. Paris Societis Jesu'. Inside the front cover is 'J. Lee Doctors Commons. Bound: December 1836 London No.9/103', and Lee's bookplate.
'Rules and constitutions for the continuantion [sic] of spirituall exercises and conferences of the Irish Priests and Schollers dwelling wotether or separatly in the Citty and Suburbs of Paris'
Collections of notes and references on theologians and theology.
'Divoti affetti verso al Santissimo Sagramento', liturgical devotions to the exposed sacrament, and prayers for use during the Nine Days' Festival of the Immaculate Conception, in Italian, with further prayers to St Michael, St Andrew, the Magi, and St Francis, in Italian and Latin, 69 folios.
Papers of Baron Anatole von Hügel (1854-1928) and the Cambridge University Catholic Association, 1890 - 1934
The category - Student administration and support records - comprises records relating to student admissions at all levels, graduate students, visiting senior scholars, student careers advice and welfare, together with the records of clubs and societies.
The text of the Petition is gone. The signatures are arranged for the most part in three columns.
Verse satire upon Roman Catholicism.
Petition of Magistrates and others of the above county to the House of Lords against Roman Catholic Emancipation, Elginshire, Scotland
Signed by Archibald Dunbeck.
Petition of Protestant freeholders and others of the above city to the House of Lords in favour of Roman Catholic emancipation, Dublin
The signatures are arranged in from three to five columns.
The signatures are arranged in five columns.