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Ouseley, Gideon, 1762-1839 Library of Congress/NACO ISNI National Library of Ireland National Library of the Netherlands Library and Archives Canada

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VIAF ID: 2334939 (Personal)


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A Dreadful Conspiracy against the Church of Christ developed. National Library of Ireland
Error unmasked : Priest Walsh's attack on Protestantism and its clergy defeated, his professions proved vain, and his faith deeply erroneous. To the Editor of the Belfast Guardian National Library of Ireland
Four letters. I. To the Duke of Wellington, onthe mischievous bar to a union of R. Catholics with Protestants in the legislature; II. To the Rt. Hon. Robert Peel, on the danger, till this bar is removed, of touching the safeguard of England's liberties; III. A reply to Professor Kinsella, of the Carlow R. Catholic College. IV. An answer to Dr. Doyle, on the Coronation Oath. National Library of Ireland
Letters in defence of the Roman Catholics of Ireland : in which is opened the real source of their many injuries, and of Ireland's sorrows : addressed to D. O'Connell, Esq. & Co. National Library of Ireland
Letters on tithe, &c. in reply to Dr. Doyle : shewing to what church due : also that the state should pay the Roman Catholic clergy National Library of Ireland
Letters to Dr. Doyle on the doctrines of his church, with an easy and effectual plan to obtain immediate emancipation : being a vindication of five letters to the Rev. M. Branagan, P.P. on the divine right of all to read the Holy Scriptures. National Library of Ireland
Old Christianity against papal novelties : including a review of Dr. Milner's End of controversy Library and Archives Canada
On the peace of Ireland, the priesthood, their doctrines etc.: (letters) National Library of Ireland
People called Methodists. National Library of Ireland
Rare discoveries! : A calm reply to a Roman Catholic Prelate [i.e. Dr. Doyle] and his confreres, on the following grave topics: that on their oaths. National Library of Ireland
A reply to a late speech of the Rev. Mr. Clowry, a Roman Catholic priest of Carlow against the Bible Society and Bible reading [and] National Library of Ireland
A short defence of the old religion, against certain novelties, recommended to the people of Ireland. National Library of Ireland
To Lord Liverpool on the sole cause of Roman Catholic disabilities viz. Dr. Doyle's centre of unity: [a letter] National Library of Ireland
To the Hon. and Rev. priest Spencer, brother to Lord Althorp, son of Earl Spencer, fellow of Oxford College, &c. &c. : twelve grave questions on the faith / by Gideon Ouseley. National Library of Ireland
The Trent Creed opened : and proved an enemy of god's truth! A fountain of deception! A destroyer of its clergy, and people! And the fell parent of Ireland's miseries! National Library of Ireland
A vindication of the Irish Conference from certain unfair charges contained in the "report" of the Clones Committee, & c. in which, also, their plans and proceedings are brought to light! National Library of Ireland

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