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To the Right Reverend Henry Gregory, Abbot Gregory
Bib ID 32666
Format BookBook
Description [Sydney : s.n., 1860] 
1 broadsheet ; 25 cm. 
Notes

Caption title.

"We, the undersigned priests of the Archdiocese of Sydney, have heard, with unfeigned regret of your approaching departure from this colony."

Library's copy bound with Ferguson no.4365a.

[No.17] in a vol. bound subsequent to publication with binder's title : Polding pastorals & printed lettes.

Subjects Gregory, H. G. - (Henry Gregory), - 1813-1877 - Correspondence.  |  Gregory, H. G. - (Henry Gregory), - 1813-1877 - Adversaries.  |  Catholic Church - New South Wales - Sydney - Clergy - Correspondence.  |  New South Wales - Church history - 1851-1891 - Sources.

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