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|Other titles||Episcopal claims calmly considered.|
|Statement||Or, Episcopal claims calmy considered. ...|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[iii], iv-vii, , 10-103 p.|
|Number of Pages||103|
Samuel Miller was born in Dover, Delaware, on 31 October His father was the Rev. John Miller (–). Miller attended the University of Pennsylvania and graduated in He earned his license to preach in , and the University of Pennsylvania awarded him a Doctorate of Divinity degree (D.D.) in Born: Octo , Dover, Delaware. The transition of Old North Church from an Episcopal parish to a popular national historic landmark is especially evident in the midth-century papers of Charles R. Peck (vicar from ), Howard P. Kellett (vicar from ), and Robert W. .
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A review of the letters of the late Rev. John Bowden, D.D., professor of moral philosophy and logic and of belles lettres in Columbia College, to the Rev.
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