Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Baddeley, Thomas

BADDELEY, THOMAS (fl. 1822), a Roman catholic priest at Manchester, was the author of the 'Sure Way to find out the True Religion,' a colloquial defence of Roman catholic principles, largely mingled with invective against protestantism. The author was stated to be dead in 1825. The tract reached a seventh edition in 1847, and provoked several replies.

[A Sure Way to find out the True Religion, (1820?); Richardson's Popery Unmasked, 1825.]

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