Cover of: Historical discourse preached on the one hundred and sixty-second anniversary of the First Church of Christ, Medway, Mass. by Jameson, E. O.

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Historical discourse preached on the one hundred and sixty-second anniversary of the First Church of Christ, Medway, Mass.

first Sabbath in October, 1876

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This edition was published in by Alfred Mudge & Son, printers in Boston.

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Historical discourse preached on the one hundred and sixty-second anniversary of the First Church of Christ, Medway, Mass.

first Sabbath in October, 1876

This edition was published in by Alfred Mudge & Son, printers in Boston.


Edition Notes

At head of title: 1714--"Hitherto hath the Lord helped us"--1876.
"Published by the Church."

Other Titles
Historical discourse.

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Library of Congress
F74.M55 J24

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Pagination
86 p. ;
Number of pages
86

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OL6970161M
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historicaldiscou00jame
LC Control Number
06018853
OCLC/WorldCat
15137932

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