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Protestant charity

Edward Stillingfleet

Protestant charity

a sermon preached at S. Sepulchres church, on Tuesday in Easter week, A.D. MDCLXXXI

by Edward Stillingfleet

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Published by by M. Flesher in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reference: Wing S5622.

Statementby Edward Stillingfleet.
ContributionsFlesher, M.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20915338M

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Sepulchres Church on Tuesday in Easter week, A.D. MDCLXXXI. [Edward Stillingfleet].