A Rationale or Practical Exposition of the Book of Common Prayer by the Right Reverend Father in God, Anthony Sparrow D.D . . . . To which are prefix'd the Lives of the Compilers of the Liturgy; and an Historical Account of its Several Reviews by the Reverend Mr. Samuel Downes
by Sparrow, Anthony and Samuel Downes
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- A Rationale or Practical Exposition of the Book of Common Prayer by the Right Reverend Father in God, Anthony Sparrow D.D . . . . To which are prefix'd the Lives of the Compilers of the Liturgy; and an Historical Account of its Several Reviews by the Reverend Mr. Samuel Downes
- Sparrow, Anthony and Samuel Downes
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- Seventh edition (Rationale), Second edition (Lives)
- Printed by J. Bettenham, for Charles Rivington
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- Anglican Common Prayer history commentary 18th
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