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Fifth letter to Dr. Wardlaw. Presbyterianism more scriptural than independency, as administered by Dr. Wardlaw, being reasons of intended resignation, which were interdicted by the doctor, because he believed the statement to be-teetotalism so gross that neither he nor his brethren would be able to bear it. with an appendix. : being no. 5 of a series of letters addressed to Ralph Wardlaw, D.D., and the members of West George Street Chapel. Preview this item
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Fifth letter to Dr. Wardlaw. Presbyterianism more scriptural than independency, as administered by Dr. Wardlaw, being reasons of intended resignation, which were interdicted by the doctor, because he believed the statement to be-teetotalism so gross that neither he nor his brethren would be able to bear it. with an appendix. : being no. 5 of a series of letters addressed to Ralph Wardlaw, D.D., and the members of West George Street Chapel.

Author: Ronald Wright
Publisher: Glasgow : George Gallie, 1842.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Named Person: Ralph Wardlaw; Ralph Wardlaw
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Wright
OCLC Number: 32953609
Notes: Second thousand.
Description: 32 pages ; 18 cm
Other Titles: Presbyterianism more scriptural than independency.

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