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The character of the Rev. W. Palmer, M.A. of Worcester College : as a controversialist, particularly with reference to his charge against the Right Rev. Dr. Wiseman, of quoting as genuine works of the Fathers, spurious and heretical productions, considered in a letter to a friend at Oxford Preview this item
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The character of the Rev. W. Palmer, M.A. of Worcester College : as a controversialist, particularly with reference to his charge against the Right Rev. Dr. Wiseman, of quoting as genuine works of the Fathers, spurious and heretical productions, considered in a letter to a friend at Oxford

Author: P Le Page Renouf
Publisher: London : Published by C. Dolman, 1843.
Edition/Format:   book_printbook : English
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Genre/Form: Sources
Named Person: William Palmer; Nicholas Patrick Wiseman
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: P Le Page Renouf
OCLC Number: 265451302
Notes: Late Member of the University, i.e. Peter le Page Renouf.
Description: 76 p. ; 21 cm.
Responsibility: by a Late Member of the University.

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