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by Bogatzky, Carl Heinrich von, 1690-1774
Philadelphia, : Gedruckt bey Conrad Zentler, für Georg W. Mentz, No. 71, in der Rehs-Strasse, zwichen der Zwyeten und Dritten Strasse., 1811
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Uniform title: Liturgies. Latin. Salisbury
by Catholic Church
Impressa Londini : [Per] Wina[n]dum de Worde in parochia Sancte Brigide in vico Anglice nu[n]cupato (the Flete Strete) ad signum Solis commorante[m], [1527]
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Northampton [Mass.], : Printed and sold by Thomas M. Pomroy, at the new printing-office, next door to J. Breck's store., 1803
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Northampton [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by Andrew Wright, at his office, sign of Franklin's Head, opposite the Meeting-House., 1804
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New-York: : Published by Williams and Whiting, Theological and Classical Book-store, no. 118, Pearl-Street., 1809
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by Biddulph, Thomas Tregenna, 1763-1838
Boston: : Printed for the New-England Tract Society, by Nathaniel Willis., 1815
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by Wickramaratne-Rebera, Ranjini
Canberra, A.C.T. : Uniting Church in Australia, Canberra Region Presbytery, [2017] , ©2017
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Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinners, at their bookstore in the white house, corner of State and Pearl-Streets., 1815
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Uniform title: Imitatio Christi. English
[Germantown, Pa.] : London printed M.DCC,XLIV. Germantown: re-printed, by Christopher Sowr [i.e., Sower]., 1749
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