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Martin John Spalding (1810–1872)

Spalding, Martin John. A Catholic prelate, archbishop of Baltimore; born near Lebanon, KY, May 23, 1810; died in Baltimore, Feb. 7, 1872. He was distinguished as a controversialist and polemical writer, and published many works; among them: ‘D’Aubigné’s History of the Reformation Reviewed’ (1844); ‘Lectures on the General Evidences of Christianity’ (1847 and 1866); ‘Miscellanies and Reviews’ (1885); and ‘History of the Protestant Reformation in Germany,’ etc. (2 vols., 1860). He also edited ‘The General History of the Catholic Church,’ by Abbé Darras (4 vols., 1860).