Confessional unmasked

B., C., The confessional unmasked: showing the depravity of the priesthood, and immorality of the confessional, being the questions put to females in confession, etc., etc., extracted from the theological works now used by Cardinal Wiseman, his bishops and priests, with notes, London: Thomas Johnston, 1851.


Newman, John Henry, defendant; Achilli, Giacinto, complainant, Achilli v. Newman: a full and authentic report of the above prosecution for libel, tried before Lord Campbell and a special jury, in the Court of Queen's Bench, Westminster, June, 1852; with introductory remarks, by the editor of "The confessional unmasked," London: W. Strange, Jun., 1852.