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The Evangelicals and "The Edinburgh." A reply to the article on "Church parties"

Author: Samuel Minton; Hugh McNeile; William John Conybeare
Publisher: Liverpool : Deighton and Laughton ; London : Seeleys, [1851?]
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Sermons
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Minton; Hugh McNeile; William John Conybeare
OCLC Number: 47878536
Notes: With a final page of advertisements.
Samuel Minton ascribes authorship of the article on "Church parties" which appeared in the Edinburgh review to William John Conybeare (p.47). "Dr. M'Neile" = Hugh McNeile.
Description: 51, [1] p. ; 22 cm.
Responsibility: by the Rev. Samuel Minton .. ; with an appendix, containing a reprint of the preface to Dr. M'Neile's sermon on Prince Albert's visit to Liverpool.

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