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Conferences ecclesiastiques du Diocese d'Angers sur les peches : tenues pendant l'annee 1760 & les suivantes / par l'ordre de Jacques de Grasse, Eveque d'Angers ; redigees par l'auteur des Cas reserves & des Loix
Bib ID 2264561
Format BookBook
Description A Paris : chez laVeuve Desaint, 1775 
viii, 604 p. ; 18 cm. 
Subjects Catholic Church -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800.  |  Sin -- Early works to 1800.
Other authors/contributors Cotelle de la Blandiniere, Jacques Pierre, 1709-1795  |  Catholic Church. Diocese of Angers (France). Bishop (1759-1782: Grasse)  |  Conferences d'Angers, (1760 : Angers, France)
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