Readings for Lent, 1877. the Four Chapters of Consolation, Spoken Previously to Our Saviour's Entry Into Gethsemane [john XIV-XVII]. Rendered in a New (Paperback)
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Title: Readings for Lent, 1877. The four chapters of Consolation, spoken previously to our Saviour's entry into Gethsemane John XIV-XVII]. Rendered in a new form (the form of epic poetry) ... By a Son of the Church i.e. G. M. Musgrave].
Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions
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Anonymous; Musgrave, George;
16 p.; 8 .