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Glebe Presbyterian Church : a tea and public meeting, to celebrate the opening of the new church and school will be held on Tuesday, 4th March, 1879
Bib ID 345120
Format BookBook
Description [Glebe, N.S.W. : Glebe Presbyterian Church, 1879] 
[2] p. ; 21 cm. 
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Cover title.

Subjects Glebe Presbyterian Church.  |  Presbyterian Church of Australia -- New South Wales -- Glebe.
Other authors/contributors Glebe Presbyterian Church
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