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A photograph of Colin Franklin and Ruth Smith during the celebration of the acquisition of the Kelmscott Press Chaucer
Colin Franklin was responsible for coordinating the acquisition of the Works of Geoffrey Chaucer printed at the Kelmscott Press by William Morris. This event was a celebration of that acquisition and the coining of the phrase "Triple Crown" to note…
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Sermon about blessed souls in purgatory and how the living must pay the debts of those in purgatory with their good works.
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Sermon preached in honor of the coronation of Charles III. The speech also includes descriptions of paintings, sonnets, Latin epigrams, octavas, and decimas dedicated to Charles III.
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Hymns celebrating the third centennial of the Virgin Mary of Guadalupe.
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These two poems eulogize one of nineteenth century Mexico's most influential military and political leaders, General Antonio López de Santa Anna Pérez de Lebrón, more commonly known as Santa Anna.
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Anonymous pamphlet responding to a pamphlet about the institution of the patronage.
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Catholic catechism with side-by-side translations of Otomi and Spanish.
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Pastoral letter from the Bishop of Linares (Monterey) expressing his deep and profound love for his parishioners, likening his affection for them to that of a father for his children. He announces his intention to visit and finally speak with them…
On False Philosophies
Pastoral letter from the Bishop of Linares (Monterey) discussing Deism and affirms Catholic traditions and beliefs.
On "Los Novadoes"
Pastoral letter by Belaunzaran stating that the Church must unite in resisting those who challenge Scripture.
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In this criticism of Mexican society and politics, Belaunzar laments Mexico's current position in the War of North American Invasion. He attributes the situation to the judgment that Mexico is full of sinfulness. He warns that all will be accountable…
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A religious exercise involves three people coming together to pray three times daily, symbolizing the unity of the Holy Trinity. Each day in the morning, noon, and evening, all three people, individually or together, are required to pray the Gloria…
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Compilation of common prayers and a wide variety of religious songs.
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This pamphlet defends the Society of Jesus, the Jesuits, from its critics.
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This pamphlet argues for the importance of the Jesuits in regards to the education of Mexico's youth.
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Pamphlet of a novena for the faithful to complete the prayers in exchange for an indulgence. On the final page, bishop José María de Jesús Belaunzarán concedes 200 days of indulgence for every word contained in this novena to those who read it…
Dramatic work that depicts Isaac as a prefiguration of Christ.
The Threat of Protestantism
This catechism is a lesson to Catholic believers about the perceived danger to the faith posed by Protestantism, and it is therefore designed to prevent good Catholics from falling prey to the lure of such heresy.
The Priests' Eucharistic League
This periodical contains an essay about the Eucharistic wine, a sermon describing how the performance of the Eucharist can aid in one's quest for salvation, an essay over the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, and a study about the prayers and ceremonies…
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This hymn, with its beautiful woodcut engraving of Saint Philip of Jesus to whom it is dedicated, describes the fate of the Mexican-born member of the Franciscan order who was martyred in Japan in 1597. St. Philip is known as the patron saint of…
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A sermon preached on the feast day of the Immaculate Conception of Mary about the victory over original sin that the Virgin's Immaculate Conception signified. It also eulogizes Pope Pius IX who, on December 8, 1854, proclaimed the Immaculate…
If one was to visit Bernard Middleton's bindery in the 1970s, when this text was published, it would not have been unusual to find a cat or two curled up in a corner. Proposed binding to be bound in brown Hewit goatskin in a laced-on boards binding…
Bound in two colors of gray Hewit and Harmatan goatskin leathers in a laminate case. Decorated with three fish designs made with stamped, cut foils. Paste papers by the binder. Blind tooling and a silver stamped title.
Bound in full brown goat skin with gold tooling to acknowledge the look of older books. To add a more contemporary feel, two images based on illustrations from the book will be done with back-pared onlays and leather line onlays. Edges to be sponge…
Bound in full terracotta goatskin with back-pared black and green onlays and leather line onlays. Cover images based on one of the illustrations by Rockwell Kent in the text. Top edge decorated with copper paint and a hand sewn three color silk…