Catalog Record: A lecture delivered by the Lord Bishop of Fredericton before the Church of England Young Men's Society of the City of Saint John at the Hall of the Mechanics' Institute on Friday evening, 23d January, 1857 : subject-good taste : the Rev. Dr. Gray one of the patrons of the society, in the chair | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A lecture delivered by the Lord Bishop of Fredericton [electronic resource] : before the Church of England Young Men's Society of the City of Saint John at the Hall of the Mechanics' Institute on Friday evening, 23d January, 1857 : subject-good taste : the Rev. Dr. Gray one of the patrons of the society, in the chair.

Main Author: Medley, John, 1804-1892
Language(s): English
Published: Saint John, N.B. : Printed for the society by J. & A. McMillan, 1857.
Subjects: Esthétique.
Aesthetics.
ISBN: 066522611X
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