2 edition of bill for uniting the moieties and portions of the rectory of St. Dunstan Stepney ... found in the catalog.
bill for uniting the moieties and portions of the rectory of St. Dunstan Stepney ...
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Reasons humbly offered against some clauses in the bill, intitled, A bill for uniting the moieties and portions of the rectory of St. Dunstan :// Reasons humbly offered against some clauses in the bill, intitled A bill for uniting the moieties and portions of the rectory of St.
Dunstan Stepney: and for making one rector full incumbent, &c., and for maintenance of the ministers of the five new churches &c., and Get this from a library.
Reasons humbly offered against some clauses in the bill: intitled, A Bill for Uniting the Moieties and Portions of the Rectory of St. Dunstan Stepney, and for making one Rector full Incumbent, &c. and for Maintenance of the Ministers of the Five New Churches, &c.
and for preventing a Clause being added :// Reasons humbly offered against some clauses in the bill, intitled, A bill for uniting the moieties and portions of the rectory of St.
Dunstan Stepney: and for making one rector full incumbent &c. and for maintenance of the ministers of the five new churches, &c. and A Bill for Uniting the Moieties or Portions of the Rectory of St.
Dunstan Stepney, alias Stebunheath, and for making one Rector full Incumbent of the said Rectory; and for converting the Chapel at Poplar into a Parish-Church, and appointing a District for a New Parish for the same; and for the Maintenance of the Ministers of Five New Churches › Home.
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