commission and consequent duties of the clergy in a series of discourses preached before the University of Canbridge, in April, MDCCCXXVI. by Rose, Hugh James

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The Commission and Consequent Duties of the Clergy in a Series of Discourses preached before the University of Cambridge in April, London: Rivington, Christianity Always Progressive, Being the Christian Advocate's Publication for the Year MDCCCXXIX.

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