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The Church Missionary Society and the deepening of the spiritual life / Andrew Murray ; [foreword, Howard Sydney]
Bib ID 6493554
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Murray, Andrew, 1828-1917, author
 
Printer Sydney : Edgar Bragg & Sons Pty. Ltd
Description [Sydney] : [Church Missionary Society of Australia], [between 1950 and 1959] 
24 pages ; 17 cm 
Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Church Missionary Society (Great Britain) -- History.  |  Missions and missionaries.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Church Missionary Society of Australia, issuing body

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