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The Layman's History of the Church of England by  G. R Balleine - Hardcover - Second edition - 1914 - from Scraps of American History and Biblio.com

The Layman's History of the Church of England

by Balleine, G. R

Condition: Good


London, New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1914. Second edition. Hardcover. Good. 213 pages, with table of contents, index and black and white illustrations. By the vicar of St. James, Dermondsey. Red cloth binding with black lettering and decoration. Lettering and decoration faded, spine faded, spotting, edge wear, especially along spine edges, corners bumped, interior pages lightly tanned with no obvious markings, gift inscription on front free end paper.




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