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Anti-Janus an Historico-Theological Criticism of the Work, Entitled the Pope and the Council, by Janus by Joseph Hergenrother

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Excerpt from Anti-Janus an Historico-Theological Criticism of the Work, Entitled the Pope and the Council, by Janus

Ant/tor of Lectures on Modern History and Secret Societies, Life and Times of Edmund Burke, Translator of Mb'kter's Syméolism, and of S cklegel 's Lectures on Me Pliilosop/zy of History.

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