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, small stain on front wrap. Not found in OCLC as of 4/2021.

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