Dublin Review

A Catholic quarterly, founded, 1836, by Dr Nicholas Wiseman, Daniel O'Connell, and Michael Quin, for the purpose of rousing English Catholics to a greater enthusiasm for their faith, and demonstrating the breadth of the Catholic system as understood by Wiseman. Much of its early success was due to Irish support, a large portion of the literary matter being produced in Ireland and treating of Irish topics. A critical journal of high literary merit, its list of editors includes such names as Herbert Cardinal Vaughan and Wilfrid Ward, and it counts among its contributors many of the foremost figures in British Catholic literature.

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