Historical Sketches Of Canterbury, N(Ew) H(Ampshire). A Sermon [On Job. Viii. 8, 9] At The Close Of The Thirtieth Year Of The Author's Ministry..pdf
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Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions (24 Mar. 2011)
By: William Patrick (Author)
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Title: Historical Sketches of Canterbury, N(ew) H(ampshire). A sermon [on Job. viii. 8, 9] at the close of the thirtieth year of the Author's ministry.
Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions
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<:Source Library>: British Library
<:Contributors>: Patrick, William:
<:Original Pub Date>: 1834.
<:Physical Description>: 8º:.
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