A short statement of the National Club. Its principles, and its works. Founded in the year 1846 (after the passing of the Maynooth Bill), in defense of the Protestant constitution. W. H. Bellamy.

A short statement of the National Club. Its principles, and its works. Founded in the year 1846 (after the passing of the Maynooth Bill), in defense of the Protestant constitution

London: Macintosh, 1853. 12p (misprinted 21), disbound in wraps, lightly creased. Not found in OCLC.

A defense of the Club against contemporary political attacks; it argues that its goals are to uphold a national educational system based on scripture; to preserve the Church of England and Ireland, while breaking the hold of Catholicism in Ireland, etc.; list of publications includes many anti-Catholic tracts.

Cat.No: 145355

Price: $20.00