Memoirs of a Royal Chaplain, 1729-1763: The Correspondence of Edmund Pyle, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary to George II, with Samuel Kerrich D.D., Vicar of Dersingham, Rector of Wolferton, and Rector of West Newton

J. Lane, 1905 - 388 páginas

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