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Our Lady of La Salette: internal credibility of the miracle of La Salette: or, indications of an identity in the beautiful lady of the apparition, with Mary the Mother of Jesus. A discourse, addressed to the Birmingham confraternity of our Lady of La Salette, on the occasion of the eleventh anniversary of the apparition 1 edition

Our Lady of La Salette
Henry Formby
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Our Lady of La Salette
internal credibility of the miracle of La Salette: or, indications of an identity in the beautiful lady of the apparition, with Mary the Mother of Jesus. A discourse, addressed to the Birmingham confraternity of our Lady of La Salette, on the occasion of the eleventh anniversary of the apparition
by the Rev. Henry Formby.

Published 1857 by Burns and Lambert in London .
Written in English.

About the Book

Our Lady Of La Salette. The Miracle Of La Salette: indications of an identity in the beautiful lady of the apparition, with Mary The Mother Of Jesus.
A discourse, addressed to the Birmingham Confraternity Of Our Lady Of La Salette, on the occasion of the eleventh anniversary of the apparition.

Edition Notes

No. 8 in a binder's collection, Northcote tracts, v.19.

Other Titles
Internal credibility of the miracle of La Salette, Indications of an identity in the beautiful lady of the apparition, with Mary the Mother of Jesus

The Physical Object

Pagination
16 p.; 21 cm.
Number of pages
21

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL16586728M
Internet Archive
OurLadyOfSaletteInternalCredibility
OCLC/WorldCat
265443406

History

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December 3, 2010 Edited by Open Library Bot Added subjects from MARC records.
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