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The church of England man's companion; or a rational illustration of the harmony, excellency, and usefulness of the Book of Common Prayer, &c. Wherein All the Rubricks, Prayers, Rites and Ceremonies, &c. are explain'd and vindicated, and compar'd with the Ancient Liturgies, and the Practices of the Primitive Church. To which is prefix'd an introductory discourse, shewing the lawfulness and necessity of a national precompos'd liturgy. By Charles Wheatly, M. A. Fellow of St. John Baptist's College in Oxford.

  • Wheatly, Charles, 1686-1742.
Date
1714
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Publication/Creation

Oxford : printed at the Theater, for Anth. Peisley Bookseller: and are to be sold by A. Churchil, J. Knapton, W. Taylor, H. Clements, and J. Morphew, Booksellers in London, 1714.

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[16],277,[11]p.,plate ; 8⁰.

Edition

The second edition with large additions.

References note

ESTC T103893

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