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A HISTORY OF THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER - with a Rationale of Its Offices. 7th ed., rev

by Procter, Francis

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London:: Macmillan. Ex-lib. in lib. buckram binding, w/ e-p, edge & sp. marks; G HB;. 1868. ISBN: [interior of text clean] xvi + 464 pp..




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