The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 1
The preceding note shows what are the pretensions put forward, and the authority claimed, by the Papacy in the present day. In the year after the allocution was issued, the Pope commanded a jubilee throughout, all Ireland, offering various indulgences and privileges to such Roman Catholics as prayed for Spain. On receipt of this edict the Papal bishops in Ireland addressed pastoral letters to their dioceses. One of these bishops was Dr. Kinsella, Bishop of Ossory, one of the four who, in 1831, set up Dens as the conference book for the province of Leinster. The address of the Pope was published in 1843, in the Popish "Almanac, Registry, and Directory for Ireland."