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O'Leary, Arthur, 1729-1802 National Library of the Netherlands-test Library of Congress/NACO German National Library

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VIAF ID: 20108428 (Personal)

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  1. Rev. Arthur O'leary's address to the Lords Spiritual and Temporal of the Parliament of Great Britain To which is annexed, an account of Sir Henry Mildmay's bill relative to nuns. ‎(4) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
  2. [An] Addr[ess] to the common peop[le] of the Roman Catholic religion, concerning the apprehended French invasion. By the Rev. Arthur O'Leary, author of Loyalty asserted ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
  3. Mr. O'Leary's letter to the monthly reviewers ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
  4. Mr. O'Leary's defence Containing a vindication of his conduct and writings during the late disturbances in munster: with a full justification of the catholics, and an account of the risings of the white-boys. In answer to the false accusations of theophilus, and the ill-grounded insinuations of the Right Reverend Doctor Woodward, Lord Bishop of Cloyne. Second edition: revised and corrected. To which is annexed a letter from the Right Rev. Doctor Butler, titular archbishop of Cashel, to the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Kenmare. concerning the Nuncio's letter and the consecration Gath or Bishops. ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
  5. Mr. O' Leary's defence Containing a vindication of his conduct and writings during the late disturbances in Munster: with a full justification of the catholics, and an account of the risings of the white-boys. In answer to the false accusations of Theophilus, and the ill-grounded insinuations of the Right Reverend Doctor Woodward, Lord Bishop of Cloyne. ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
  6. Miscellaneous tracts By the Rev. Arthur O'leary. Containing, I. A defence of the divinity of Christ, and the immortality of the soul: in answer to the author of a work lately published in Cork, entitled "Thoughts on nature and religion." revised and corrected. II. Loyalty asserted, or, A vindication of the oath of allegiance: with an impartial inquiry into the pope's temporal power, and the claims of the stuarts to the English throne; proving that both are equally groundless. III. An address to the common people of Ireland, on occasion of an apprehended invasion by the French and Spaniards, in July, 1779, when the united fleets of Bourbon appeared in the channel. IV. Remarks on a letter written by Mr. Wesley, and the defence of the Protestant associations. V. Rejoinder to Mr. Wesley's reply to the above remarks. VI. Essay on toleration; tending to prove that a man's speculative opinions ought not to deprive him of the rights of civil society. In which are introduced, the Rev. John Wesley's letter, and the defence of the Protestant associations. ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
  7. An address to the common people of the Roman Catholic religion, concerning the apprehended French invasion. By the Rev. Arthur O'leary, author of loyalty asserted ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
  8. A sermon, preached at Saint Patrick's Chapel, Sutton-Street, Soho-Square On Wednesday, the eighth of March M, DCC, XCVII. The day of solemn fast, humiliation, &c. By the Rev. Arthur O' Leary. Entered at Stationers' Hall. ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
  9. A funeral oration, on the late sovereign pontiff pius the sixth. By the rev. Arthur O'leary; to which is prefixed, an account of the solemn obsequies performed to his memory, at Saint Patrick's chapel, Sutton-street, Soho, by order of Monsignore Erskine, his holiness's auditor, on Saturday, the 16th of November 1799. ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
  10. Three letters from the Rev. Father Arthur O'Leary to the people of Ireland, particularly to those of the church of Rome ‎(1) German National Library

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