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Author: Unknown
Title: Methodist hymnology; comprehending notices of the poetical works of John and Charles Wesley, showing the origin of their hymns in the Methodist Episcopal, Methodist Episcopal south, and Wesleyan colle
Publisher: New York, The author
Subject (keywords, tags): Methodist Church

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Contributor: New York Public Library
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