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Cathedral Church of St. Andrew, Sydney, form of service to be used in the occasion of the dedication of memorial tablets in memory of the Rt. Rev. Samuel Edward Marsden, D.D., first Bishop of Bathurst, N.S.W. : who fell asleep 15th October 1912, and of Albert Bythesea Weigall, Lay Canon of this cathdral for 36 years and Headmaster of the Sydney Grammar School, who fell aslaeep 20th Feb., 1912, and of the Rev. William Hough, Canon of this cathdral and Rector of the St. Jude's, Randwick, who fell asleep 27th April, 1913; Wednesday 15th July, 1914
Bib ID 1596170
Format BookBook
Description [Sydney : The Cathedral, 1914] 
[4] p. ; 23 cm. 
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Subjects Marsden, Samuel Edward, - 1832-1912.  |  Weigall, Albert Bythesea, - 1840-1912.  |  Hough, William, - -1913.  |  Church of England. - Diocese of Bathurst. - Bishop (1869-1885 : Marsden)

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