Identifier: 24

Title of the Review/Article: 

Mr Blanco White’s Evidence Against the Catholics

Periodical (dates): Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1817-1980)
Volume: 18
Number: 102
Date: 1825 (July)
Place of publication: Edinburgh
Pages: 102-118
Editor: William Blackwood (1776-1834)@T. Cadell (1742-1802)
Author (Reviewer): John Gibson Lockhart (1794-1854)
Book (Reviewed):

Joseph Blanco White. Practical and Internal Evidence against Catholicism, with Occasional Strictures on Mr. Butler’s Book of the Roman Catholic Church: in Six Letters, Addressed to the Impartial among the Roman Catholics of Great Britain and Ireland (London: John Murray, 1825).

Brief description:

Favourable review of Joseph Blanco White’s Practical and Internal Evidence against Catholicism (1825). Adopting a clear anti-Catholic stance, the reviewer indicates that Blanco’s work was the “most important volume which has come from the British press” on the Catholic question.

Spanish authors mentioned:

Joseph Blanco White (1775-1841)

Spanish works mentioned:

Practical and Internal Evidence against Catholicism (Joseph Blanco White, 1825)

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