Pastoral-advice to a young person in order to his being confirmed by the bishop
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Pastoral-advice to a young person in order to his being confirmed by the bishop By a minister of the Church of England. by Josiah Woodward

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Published by printed for the author, and are to be sold by W. Haws, and J. Downing in London .
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Pagination47,[1]p.
Number of Pages47
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