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THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.
As a short, plain work of this description is much wanted at the present day, and nothing of the kind appears to exist in English, it has occurred to us that it might be useful to the faithful and others, to present it in an English dress, with such alterations and additions as were demanded in order to make it better adapted for circulation in Great Britain and Ireland.
Etymological foot-notes have been added for the use of teachers, and as an aid to those who wish to improve themselves in the knowledge of the derivation of English words.
NAMES OF AUTHORS CONSULTED IN THE
Page 64, line 18, for "each that which is their due," read "all that
which is their due."
74, 3 from bottom, for "Therapeuti," read "Therapeuta."
21, for "this century," read "the first century."
2, for "fifty," read "forty."
10, for "1414," read "1417."
17, for "Am'-al-fi," read "Am-al'-fi."
1, for "remedied," read "modified."
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