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The Book of Common Prayer, 1549 : Commonly Called the First Book of Edward Vi : To Which Is Added the Ordinal of 1549, And the Order of Holy Communion, 1549

By Church of England

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Title: The Book of Common Prayer, 1549 : Commonly Called the First Book of Edward Vi : To Which Is Added the Ordinal of 1549, And the Order of Holy Communion, 1549  
Author: Church of England
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Language: English
Subject: Church of England, Christianity., Church History
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1881
Publisher: New York; Church Kalendar Press

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England, C. O., & 1827-1908, D. M. (1881). The Book of Common Prayer, 1549 : Commonly Called the First Book of Edward Vi : To Which Is Added the Ordinal of 1549, And the Order of Holy Communion, 1549. Retrieved from http://worldebooklibrary.com/


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