Comments on lectures given by Orestes A. Brownson
The collection consists of five newspaper clippings of letters to the editor of the Charleston Standard. The letters were written in 1856 and were in response to a series of lectures by Orestes Augustus Brownson. They attack the "Catholicity" of Brownson's theology. Each is signed "Protestantism."
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1 folder (5 leaves) ; 52 cm.
- Inventory of the Comments on Lectures Given by Orestes A. Brownson, 1856
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