New church miscellanies or, Essays ecclesiastical, doctrinal and ethical by Bush, George

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Published by W. McGeorge, O. Clapp in New York, Boston .

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  • General Convention of the New Jerusalem in the United States of America.

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Statementby George Bush.
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LC ClassificationsBX8713 .B8
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Pagination372 p.
Number of Pages372
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Open LibraryOL6379433M
LC Control Number38035222
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