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CEREMONIAL ACCORDING TO THE ROMAN RITE transl. fr. the Italian of Joseph Baldeschi. 6th ed

by Dale, J.D. Hilarius

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London:: Dolman. Cover poor; cloth stained, hinges cracked & roughly tape. nd [imprm-1873]. ISBN: repaired; edges stained. Text G, unmarked except minor pencilling. xvi. ISBN: + 383 pp. NOISBN.
  • Bookseller: de Wit Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: BOOKS032881I
  • Title: CEREMONIAL ACCORDING TO THE ROMAN RITE transl. fr. the Italian of Joseph Baldeschi. 6th ed
  • Author: Dale, J.D. Hilarius
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Dolman
  • Place: London:
  • Date published: nd [imprm-1873]
  • Bookseller catalogs: Liturgy;
  • Subjects: RELIGION / General;


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