A discourse of the sacrament of the Lords Supper

Publication Date1692
RemainderWherein the benefits thereof are set forth, and the distinction between Christ's natural and spiritual body discussed, with practical conclusions drawn from the whole discourse. Part I. By Edward Pelling, D.D. chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Somerset, and rector of Petworth in Sussex
Extent[16], 328 p.
Publisherprinted, for Sam. Keble at the Great Turks-Head, in Fleet-street, Daniel Brown at the Bible and Swan without Temple-Bar, and Jacob Tonson at the Judges-Head, in Chancery-Lane



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