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Title On the retention of the word "obey" in the marriage service of the Book of Common Prayer : a liturgical consultation, addressed to the Bishop of Oxford, and written before the first of August, 1914 / by J. Wickham Legg.
Publisher London : Wells Gardner, Darton & Co
Creation Date 1915
Extent 108 pages
22 cm.
Language English
System Number 990031634180205171

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