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The Missionary tryst : the prayer fellowship of the Presbyterian Church of Australia
Bib ID 1150019
Format JournalJournal
Description [Melbourne] : Board of Missions of Presbyterian Church of Australia, 1946- 
v. ; 15 cm. 
Life Dates 1946- 
Former Title

Prayer fellowship

Subjects Presbyterian Church of Australia -- Missions -- Periodicals.  |  Prayers -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Australian Presbyterian Board of Missions

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    Call Number: FERG/7713
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    Items/Issues Held: (1946)

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