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A defence of the validity of the English ordinations : and of the succession of the bishops in the Church of England: Together with Proofs justifying the Facts advanced in this Treatise. Written in French by the Revd. Father Peter Francis Le Courayer, Canon Regular and Librarian of St. Genovieve at Paris. Translated into English by Dan. Williams, Presbyter of the Church of England. To which is prefix'd, a letter from the author to the translator. as well as some Omissions which crept into the First Edition. Preview this item
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A defence of the validity of the English ordinations : and of the succession of the bishops in the Church of England: Together with Proofs justifying the Facts advanced in this Treatise. Written in French by the Revd. Father Peter Francis Le Courayer, Canon Regular and Librarian of St. Genovieve at Paris. Translated into English by Dan. Williams, Presbyter of the Church of England. To which is prefix'd, a letter from the author to the translator. as well as some Omissions which crept into the First Edition.

Author: Pierre François Le Courayer
Publisher: London : Printed by H.P. for William and John Innys, John Osborne, and Charles Rivington, M. DCC. XXVIII. [1728]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : The 2nd ed., corr. from several errorsView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Pierre François Le Courayer
OCLC Number: 642185732
Notes: Reproduction of original from British Library.
Description: 1 online resource (xxiv, 416, [8] p.)
Other Titles: Défense de la dissertation sur la validité des ordinations des anglois.

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