St. Paul's Charge to Timothy to Take Heed to Himself and to His Doctrine, Considered: A Sermon Preached at the Visitation of the Archdeacon of Surry, Held by His Official, at the Parish-church of St. Olave's, Southwark, on Tuesday, September 18, 1764. By Thomas Negus, ... To which are Added, ... Remarks Relative to the ... Office of Ordination, Volume 5
J. and W. Oliver: and sold by B. Dod and Company; J. Ridley; W. Sandby; C. Henderson, D. Prince at Oxford, and T. Merrill at Cambridge, 1764 - 28 pages
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