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Acts of the assembly of the bishop, the clergy, and the laity of the Church of England within the diocese of Melbourne, in Victoria : to which are prefixed the Church constitution acts, 18th Vic., no.45; and 36th Vic., no. 454; the constitution and determination of the General Synod and the Standing orders of the Assembly
Bib ID 2273565
Format BookBook
Author
Church of England in Australia. Diocese of Melbourne
 
Description Melbourne, 1878 
132, viiip ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Cover title: Acts of the assembly of the Church of England within the Diocese of Melbourne in Victoria.

Subjects Church of England in Australia -- Government.  |  Ecclesiastical law -- Victoria -- Melbourne.
Also Titled

Acts of the Assembly of the Church of England within the Diocese of Melbourne

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