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Author: Zachary Grey
Title: A century of eminent Presbyterian preachers, or, A collection of choice sayings from the publick sermons preached before the two Houses : from November 1640, to January 31. 1648 ..
Publisher: London : Printed for J. Roberts
Subject (keywords, tags): Clergy -- Great Britain; Great Britain -- Church history 17th century
Contributor: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
Format: txt
Size: 93 kb

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