1847, English, Book edition: Apostolical succession and the necessity of episcopal ordination, as held by the primitive church and maintained by the reformers of the Church of England being two sermons preached in the Cathedral Church of St. Peter, Exeter, at two consecutive ordinations, held by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, in 1845, and published at his Lordship's request with copious illustrative notes by E. C. Harington ... [electronic resource] E. C. Harington 1804-1881

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  • Second edition, with large additions.
Physical Description
  • 211 p.
Published
  • London F. &​ J. Rivington 1847
Language
  • English

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  • Apostolical succession and the necessity of episcopal ordination, as held by the primitive church and maintained by the reformers of the Church of England being two sermons preached in the Cathedral Church of St. Peter, Exeter, at two consecutive ordinations, held by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, in 1845, and published at his Lordship's request with copious illustrative notes by E. C. Harington ...
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  • E. C. Harington 1804-1881
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  • Second edition, with large additions.
Published
  • London F. &​ J. Rivington 1847
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  • [electronic resource]
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  • 211 p.
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  • English
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