Catalog Record: Our holy and our beautiful house, the Church of England : a sermon preached at the re-opening of the Parish Church of Leeds, September 3rd, 1848 : with reference to a late act of apostacy / Talbot Collection of British Pamphlets | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Our holy and our beautiful house, the Church of England : a sermon preached at the re-opening of the Parish Church of Leeds, September 3rd, 1848 : with reference to a late act of apostacy / by Walter Farquhar Hook, D.D., vicar. Talbot Collection of British Pamphlets

Main Author: Hook, Walter Farquhar, 1798-1875
Language(s): English
Published: London : F. & J. Rivington ; 1848.
Subjects: Church of England > Sermons.
Church of England > Doctrines.
Bible. > O.T. > Isaiah, LXIV, 11 > Sermons.
Sermons, English > 19th century.
Physical Description: 22 p. ; 18 cm.
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