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Bibliotheca concionatorum theologica : complectens mysteria Domini nostri, et B. virginis : insuper et caeremonias, consuetudines, et ecclesiae placita / R.P. Vincentii Houdry ... ; opus e Gallico in Latinum translatum
Bib ID 2680601
Format BookBook
Author
Houdry, Vincent, 1631-1729
 
Description [S.l.] : Sumptibus Josephi Wolff, 1764 
6 v. in 2 ; 35 cm (fol) 
Notes

Printer's device on t.p.; head- and tail-pieces.

Presented to the NLA by the Redemptorist Monastery Kew, Vic.

With the bookplate of the Redemptorist Monastery at Wendouree, Ballarat, Vic.

Subjects Sermons, Latin -- Early works to 1800.
Other authors/contributors Joseph Wolff (Printer)

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