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A Compleat and unexceptionable form of liturgy, or Divine service, for the celebration of the Holy Communion, according to the usage of the ancient Christians. Wherein the peculiar and most solemn part of the Christian worship is more fully-explain'd and expresly declar'd, both for instruction of devout people, and for prevention of contention, than in the common forms of the Western Churches. For the use of a society of English Catholick, daily communicants.

Catholic Church.
Date
1705
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Publication/Creation

London : Printed for the author, 1704/5.

Physical description

[8],24p. ; 8⁰.

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Edition

The second edition corrected and enlarged.

Publications note

ESTC N36588

Languages

  • English


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