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Anglican restlessness in the twentieth century

Duckworth, Dyce Sir.

Anglican restlessness in the twentieth century

its causes and treatment : (an address delivered at Sion College,October 24, 1905).

by Duckworth, Dyce Sir.

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Published by Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge in London .
Written in English


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