The Resource The liturgy of the New Jerusalem Church : being chiefly compiled from a liturgy now in use in Great Britain, and respectfully recommended to the use of the societies of the New Church in the United States

The liturgy of the New Jerusalem Church : being chiefly compiled from a liturgy now in use in Great Britain, and respectfully recommended to the use of the societies of the New Church in the United States

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The liturgy of the New Jerusalem Church : being chiefly compiled from a liturgy now in use in Great Britain, and respectfully recommended to the use of the societies of the New Church in the United States
Title
The liturgy of the New Jerusalem Church
Title remainder
being chiefly compiled from a liturgy now in use in Great Britain, and respectfully recommended to the use of the societies of the New Church in the United States
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The liturgy of the New Jerusalem Church : being chiefly compiled from a liturgy now in use in Great Britain, and respectfully recommended to the use of the societies of the New Church in the United States
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Publication
Dimensions
15 cm.
Extent
101, [1], vii, 148 p.
Note
  • NCCL 17705 h
  • NCCL 42386 h
  • Copy with bar code ending in 178-9200 has following typewritten notice tipped in before t-p. : "This prayer book belonged to Mehetible [sic?] Peck who was married to Edmund Hobart January 1, 1776, Canaan, Conn. Her father, Lieu. Isaac Peck gave service in the French and Indian Wars. Her husband gave service in the War of the American Revolution. She with her husband and seven children moved to Spencer, New York, in the year 1794. Presented by : Miss Emma Quigg.
Label
The liturgy of the New Jerusalem Church : being chiefly compiled from a liturgy now in use in Great Britain, and respectfully recommended to the use of the societies of the New Church in the United States
Publication
Dimensions
15 cm.
Extent
101, [1], vii, 148 p.
Note
  • NCCL 17705 h
  • NCCL 42386 h
  • Copy with bar code ending in 178-9200 has following typewritten notice tipped in before t-p. : "This prayer book belonged to Mehetible [sic?] Peck who was married to Edmund Hobart January 1, 1776, Canaan, Conn. Her father, Lieu. Isaac Peck gave service in the French and Indian Wars. Her husband gave service in the War of the American Revolution. She with her husband and seven children moved to Spencer, New York, in the year 1794. Presented by : Miss Emma Quigg.

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