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Reference

  Annals of the Four Masters. State Papers, 11 vols., 1832-5. 
  Papal Letters, 9 vols. De Annatis Hiberniae, vol. i., Ulster, 
  1912; vol. ii., Leinster (app. ii. Archivium Hibernicum, vol. 

  See bibliography, chap. vii. Annals of the F. M. (ed. 
  O'Donovan), 7 vols., 1851. Annals of Loch Cé (ed. Hennessy), 2 

For more than thirty years the new religious movement continued to spread with alarming rapidity. Nation after nation either fell away from the centre of unity or wavered as to the attitude that should be adopted towards the conflicting claims of Rome, Wittenberg, and Geneva, till at last it seemed not unlikely that Catholicism was to be confined within the territorial boundaries of Italy, Spain, and Portugal.

  Henrion, Histoire generale des missions catholiques depuis le 
  XIIIe siecle
, 2 vols., 1841. Marshall, The Christian Missions, 
  2 vols., 2nd edition, 1863. Hahn, Geschichte der Katholischen 

                     NEW CONTROVERSIES AND ERRORS

       (a) Anti-Christian Philosophy of the Eighteenth Century.

  See bibliography, chap. iv. (b). Ciacconius, Vitae et res gestae 
  Romanorum Pontificum
, 1677. Sandini, Vitae Rom. Pontif. , etc., 

  See bibliography, chap. vi. (g). Aubry, La Methode des etudes 
  ecclesiastiques dans nos seminaires depuis le concile de Trente
 , 
  1900. Picot, Essai historique sur l'influence de la religion en 

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