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Certain Sermons Appointed By the Queen's Majesty to Be Declared and Read ... in Churches ... Newly Imprinted in Parts According as Is Mentioned in the Book of Common Prayers, 1574

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Title: Certain Sermons Appointed By the Queen's Majesty to Be Declared and Read ... in Churches ... Newly Imprinted in Parts According as Is Mentioned in the Book of Common Prayers, 1574  
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Language: English
Subject: Sermons, Sermons
Collections: Canadian Libraries Collection
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1850
Publisher: Cambridge, Parker

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Certain Sermons Appointed By the Queen's Majesty to Be Declared and Read ... in Churches ... Newly Imprinted in Parts According as Is Mentioned in the Book of Common Prayers, 1574. (1850). Certain Sermons Appointed By the Queen's Majesty to Be Declared and Read ... in Churches ... Newly Imprinted in Parts According as Is Mentioned in the Book of Common Prayers, 1574. Retrieved from http://www.nationalpubliclibrary.info/


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Description: Preface signed: G.E. Corrie

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