APA Citation

Meagher, A. (1771). The popish mass celebrated by heathen priests, for the living and the dead, for several ages before the birth of Christ: Or a sermon, preached at Thurles, on Sunday the 2d of August, 1767. To which is annexed, A dissertation on the conformity of popery with paganism, Proved, in every Point, from Popish and Pagan Authors. With an Appendix On the Style of Scripture, Transubstantiation, Auricular Confession, and Extreme Unction. By the Reverend Andrew Meagher, Formerly a Priest of the Church of Rome, and Doctor of the Sorbonne; but now of the established Church of Ireland. Limerick: printed by T. Welsh.

Chicago Style Citation

Meagher, Andrew. The Popish Mass Celebrated By Heathen Priests, for the Living and the Dead, for Several Ages Before the Birth of Christ: Or a Sermon, Preached At Thurles, On Sunday the 2d of August, 1767. To Which Is Annexed, A Dissertation On the Conformity of Popery With Paganism, Proved, in Every Point, From Popish and Pagan Authors. With an Appendix On the Style of Scripture, Transubstantiation, Auricular Confession, and Extreme Unction. By the Reverend Andrew Meagher, Formerly a Priest of the Church of Rome, and Doctor of the Sorbonne; but Now of the Established Church of Ireland. Limerick: printed by T. Welsh, 1771.

MLA Citation

Meagher, Andrew. The Popish Mass Celebrated By Heathen Priests, for the Living and the Dead, for Several Ages Before the Birth of Christ: Or a Sermon, Preached At Thurles, On Sunday the 2d of August, 1767. To Which Is Annexed, A Dissertation On the Conformity of Popery With Paganism, Proved, in Every Point, From Popish and Pagan Authors. With an Appendix On the Style of Scripture, Transubstantiation, Auricular Confession, and Extreme Unction. By the Reverend Andrew Meagher, Formerly a Priest of the Church of Rome, and Doctor of the Sorbonne; but Now of the Established Church of Ireland. Limerick: printed by T. Welsh, 1771.

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