2 edition of Adventures and experiences of a seventeenth-century clergyman (i.e. Devereux Spratt). found in the catalog.
Adventures and experiences of a seventeenth-century clergyman (i.e. Devereux Spratt).
St. John D Seymour
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|Number of Pages||35|
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Incorporate expert annotations, quizzes, and insights into your classroom or personal reading experience.Clergyman definition is - a member of the clergy.
Recent Examples on the Web But this chapel didn’t belong to royalty—instead, it was built for Antony Bek, a clergyman who was appointed Bishop of Durham in — Theresa Machemer, Smithsonian Magazine, "Archaeologists Identify Site of Long-Lost Chapel Razed During English Civil War," 25 Feb.
State law has long recognized that.