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A vindication of the practice of the antient Christian, as well as the Church of England, and other reformed churches, in the observation of Christmas-Day 2 editions

A vindication of the practice of the antient Christian, as well as the ...
George Pigot
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2 editions First published in 1731

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Cover of: A vindication of the practice of the antient Christian, as well as the Church of England, and other reformed churches, in the observation of Christmas-Day
1731, printed by T. Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill, and sold by Gillam Phillips, at the Three Bibles and Crown in King-Street
A vindication of the practice of the antient Christian, as well as the Church of England, and other reformed churches, in the observation of Christmas-Day
Microform in English
Cover of: A vindication of the practice of the antient Christian, as well as the Church of England, and other reformed churches, in the observation of Christmas-Day
1731, printed by T. Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill, and sold by Gillam Phillips, at the Three Bibles and Crown in King-Street
A vindication of the practice of the antient Christian, as well as the Church of England, and other reformed churches, in the observation of Christmas-Day
Microform in English

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