On the supreme adoration of Christ in the Holy Eucharist et cetera
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On the supreme adoration of Christ in the Holy Eucharist et cetera in answer to Mr Keble"s interrogatories addressed to the Scottish bishops by

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Published by R. Grant & Son in Edinburgh .
Written in English

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Statementby a Scottish Presbyter.
ContributionsKeble, John, 1792-1866.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14272585M

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