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Collections of the Protestant Episcopal Historical Society for the Year 1851

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Title: Collections of the Protestant Episcopal Historical Society for the Year 1851  
Author: Protestant Episcopal Historical Society
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Language: English
Subject: Episcopal Church, North America -- Church history, United States -- Church history
Collections: American Libraries Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1851
Publisher: New York; Stanford and Swords; Princeton Theological Seminary Library

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Historical Society, P. E., & 1639-1716, K. G. (1851). Collections of the Protestant Episcopal Historical Society for the Year 1851. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Includes A journal of travels from New-Hampshire to Caratuck, on the Continent of North-America by George Keith (originally published in London by Joseph Downing for Brab. Aylmer, 1706 in facsimile)

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