The Resource The "Six points" and reservation, unction of the sick, and other "laudable practices of the Church" : illustrated by the history and rubrics of The book of common prayer, by W. T. B

The "Six points" and reservation, unction of the sick, and other "laudable practices of the Church" : illustrated by the history and rubrics of The book of common prayer, by W. T. B

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The "Six points" and reservation, unction of the sick, and other "laudable practices of the Church" : illustrated by the history and rubrics of The book of common prayer
Title
The "Six points" and reservation, unction of the sick, and other "laudable practices of the Church"
Title remainder
illustrated by the history and rubrics of The book of common prayer
Statement of responsibility
by W. T. B
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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W. T. B
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Church of England
  • Cross Street Society
Series statement
New Church bound pamphlet collection
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  • Church of England.
  • Church of England.
  • Ritualism
  • Anglo-Catholicism
Label
The "Six points" and reservation, unction of the sick, and other "laudable practices of the Church" : illustrated by the history and rubrics of The book of common prayer, by W. T. B
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Earliest possible publishing date 1890 due to reference to church trial held in that year
Extent
39 p.
Note
Appendix G is a reprint of the preface to the 1797 liturgy used by the (New Church) Cross Street Society of London, on the topic of the minister facing east while praying.
Label
The "Six points" and reservation, unction of the sick, and other "laudable practices of the Church" : illustrated by the history and rubrics of The book of common prayer, by W. T. B
Publication
Note
Earliest possible publishing date 1890 due to reference to church trial held in that year
Extent
39 p.
Note
Appendix G is a reprint of the preface to the 1797 liturgy used by the (New Church) Cross Street Society of London, on the topic of the minister facing east while praying.

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