LOYOLA: Jesuitism in its Rudiments
by Taylor, Isaac
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West Brookfield, Massachusetts
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- OLD WORKING BOOKS & Bindery (Est. 1994) (US)
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- LOYOLA: Jesuitism in its Rudiments
- Taylor, Isaac
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- London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans (Spottiswoodes & Shaw), 1849.
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OLD WORKING BOOKS & Bindery (Est. 1994)
Point of Sale (by phone or fax), Checks, MO, drafts in US Funds. MA residents invoiced 6.25% Sales Tax. We cost (drop) ship world-wide via USPS, but will ship via other specified carriers and by your account number via pick-up service. We ship promptly in professional packaging. In office for questions 5am-3pm EST Mon-Sat @ (508) 867-3434 (calls returned on complete messages including book title or number) or 24/7 secure fax. Notify us of intent to return within 3 days of receipt in original packaging and matching post. On March 31 2018 (9-3) we will be at Flamingo Eventz Boxborough (MA) Paper Town with bindings and cards. Hope to see you there
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