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BX1765 .L49 [Info] The More Priests the More Crime, or, The Challengers Defeated: Being a Series of Letters by a Protestant in Reply to the Challenge of the Catholic Citizen and Montreal True Witness (Toronto: Sold at the Wesleyan Book Room et al., ca. 1855), by Alexander McLean (multiple formats at
BX1765 .L5 [Info] Plain Reasons Against Joining the Church of Rome (20th thousand; further revised and enlarged; London: Society for Promotting Christian Knowledge; New York: Pott, Young and Co., 1880), by Richard Frederick Littledale (multiple formats at
BX1765 .L53 R9 [Info] Catholic Controversy: A Reply to Dr. Littledale's "Plain Reasons" (8th edition; London: Burns and Oates; New York et al.: Benziger Bros., ca. 1889), by H. I. D. Ryder (multiple formats at
BX1765 .M129 [Info] Black International, by Joseph McCabe (HTML at
BX1765 .M22 [Info] The Curse of Rome: A Frank Confession of a Catholic Priest, and a Complete Exposé of the Immoral Tyranny of the Church of Rome (New York: Nyvall press, c1907), by Joseph F. MacGrail (page images at HathiTrust)
BX1765 .M22 [Info] The Devil in Robes, or, The Sin of Priests (St. Louis: Continental Bible House, ca. 1900), by Robert Seth McCallen, contrib. by J. Scott Carr (multiple formats at
BX1765 .M22 [Info] The Devil in Robes, or, The Sin of Priests (Aurora, MO: Menace Pub. Co., ca. 1900), by Robert Seth McCallen, contrib. by J. Scott Carr (multiple formats at
BX1765 .M248 1808 [Info] Popery Condemned by Scripture and the Fathers: Being a Refutation of the Principal Popish Doctrines and Assertions Maintained in the Remarks on the Rev. Mr. Stanser's Examination of the Rev. Mr. Burke's Letter of Instruction to the Catholic Missionaries of Nova Scotia, and in the Reply to the Rev. Mr. Cochran's Fifth and Last Letter to Mr. Burke, &c. (Edinburgh: J. Pillans and Sons, 1808), by Thomas McCulloch (multiple formats at
BX1765 .M25 1845 [Info] Six Years in the Monasteries of Italy, and Two Years in the Islands of the Mediterranean and in Asia Minor: Containing a View of the Manners and Customs of the Popish Clergy in Ireland, France, Italy, Malta, Corfu, Zante, Smyrna, &c. (Boston: Jordan, Swift and Wiley, 1845), by S. I. Mahoney
BX1765 .M752 1883 [Info] Romanism, Protestantism, Anglicanism: Being a Layman's View of Some Questions of the Day; Together With Remarks on Dr Littledale's "Plain Reasons Against Joining the Church of Rome" (London: K. Paul, Trench, and Co., 1882), by Francis Cruse (multiple formats at
BX1765 .M97 [Info] Letters to the Rt. Rev. John Hughes, Roman Catholic Bishop of New York (three series; Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, c1851), by Nicholas Murray (all three series; page images at MOA)
BX1765 .M98 [Info] Romanism at Home: Letters to the Hon. Roger B. Taney (New York: Harper and Bros., 1852), by Nicholas Murray
BX1765 .N48 1836 [Info] Thoughts on Popery (New York: J. S. Taylor, 1836), by William Nevins (multiple formats at
BX1765 .P3 1842 [Info] Letters to N. Wiseman, D.D., on the Errors of Romanism, in Respect to the Worship of Saints, Satisfactions, Purgatory, Indulgences, and the Worship of Images and Relics; To Which is Added An Examination of Mr. Sibthorp's Reasons for His Secession From the Church; With a Supplement (Oxford: J. H. Parker; London: J. G. F. and J. Rivington, 1842), by William Palmer (multiple formats at
BX1765 .P3 1851 [Info] Letters on Some of the Errors of Romanism, in Controversy With the Rev. Nicholas Wiseman (third edition; London: F. and J. Rivongton, 1851), by William Palmer (multiple formats at
BX1765 .P95 [Info] The Progress of Popery in the British Dominions and Elsewhere (reprinted from Blackwood's Magazine; 1838), by Protestant Association (Great Britain : 1835- ) (multiple formats at
BX1765 .R4 1854 [Info] Seventh Address to Protestants Throughout the World (1854), by Reformed Romanist Priests' Protection Society (multiple formats at
BX1765 .S5 [Info] What is Modern Romanism? A Consideration of Such Portions of Holy Scripture, as have Alleged Bearings on the Claims of Modern Rome (Milwaukee: Young Churchman Co., 1888), by George F. Seymour (multiple formats at
BX1765 .S53 [Info] Evenings with the Romanists; With an Introductory Chapter on the Moral Results of the Romish System (New York: R. Carter and Bros., 1856), by M. Hobart Seymour, contrib. by Stephen H. Tyng
BX1765 .T4 [Info] The Arguments of Romanists, From the Infallibility of the Church and the Testimony of the Fathers in Behalf of the Apocrypha, Discussed and Refuted (New York: Leavitt, Trow and Co., 1845), by James Henley Thornwell
BX1765 .V25 1871 [Info] Popery, the Foe of the Church, and of the Republic (Philadelphia et al.: Peoples Pub. Co., 1871), by Joseph S. Van Dyke
BX1765 .V25 1872 [Info] Popery, the Foe of the Church, and of the Republic (Philadelphia et al.: Peoples Pub. Co., 1872), by Joseph S. Van Dyke (page images at MOA)
BX1765 .W5 1845 [Info] Essays (Third Series) on the Errors of Romanism Having Their Origin in Human Nature (third edition, revised; London: B. Fellowes, 1845), by Richard Whately (multiple formats at
BX1766 [Info] Annual Report (known as Report on Anti-Catholicism until 2015; reports online 1994-), by Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights (U.S.) (full serial archives)
BX1766 [Info] Papal Idolatry: An Exposure of the Dogma of Transubstantiation and Mariolatry (Chicago: A. Craig, 1889), by Charles Paschal Telesphore Chiniquy (multiple formats at

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