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Author: John Mannock
Title: The poor man's catechism; or, The Christian doctrine explained ..
Publisher: Baltimore, F. Lucas
Subject (keywords, tags): Catechisms -- Catholic Church
Contributor: New York Public Library
Size: 249 kb
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