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Past and present, or, A description of persons and events connected with Canadian Methodism for the last forty years

Author: John Carroll
Publisher: Toronto : A. Dredge, 1860.
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Carroll, John, 1809-1884.
Past and present, or, A description of persons and events connected with Canadian Methodism for the last forty years.
Toronto : A. Dredge, 1860
(OCoLC)656647780
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Carroll
OCLC Number: 20421691
Description: xi, 331 p. ; 19 cm.
Other Titles: Past and present.
Description of persons and events connected with Canadian Methodism for the last forty years.
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