Collected essays and reviews of Thomas Graves Law. Ed. with a memoir by P. Hume Brown Law, Thomas Graves, 1836-1904

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Author
Law, Thomas Graves, 1836-1904
Subjects
Catholic Church; Scotland; Scottish literature.
Contents
  • Memoir.
  • The manufacture and distribution of books in the 14th century.
  • Biblical studies in the middle ages.
  • The Latin Vulgate as the authentic version of the Church.
  • Some curious translations of mediaeval Latin.
  • John Major, Scottish scholastic, 1470-1550.
  • Sham imprints in the reign of Elizabeth.
  • Devil-hunting in Elizabethan England.
  • Letters and memorials of Cardinal Allen.
  • English Jesuits and Scottish intrigues, 1581-82.
  • The Spanish blanks and Catholic earls, 1592-94.
  • John Craig.
  • Father William Crichton, S. J.
  • Robert Bruce, conspirator and spy.
  • Colonel William Sempill, the hero of Lierre.
  • Sir William Stewart of Houston, a captain of the king's guard.
  • The legend of Archangel Leslie.
  • Archangel Leslie of Scotland: a sequel. International morality.
  • Appendix.
  • Bibliography (p.[392]-395)
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