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Confessions of faith shown to be necessary : and the duty of churches with respect to them explained in a sermon preached in the meeting-house in Bristo-Street, at the opening of the Associate Synod, April 26th, 1796

Author: John Dick
Publisher: Edinburgh : Printed for William Laing, and sold by James Duncan & Son [and 6 others], 1796.
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Genre/Form: Sermons
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Dick
OCLC Number: 9024521
Description: 34 pages ; 21 cm
Responsibility: by John Dick.

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