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Parochial libraries of the Church of England

Parochial libraries of the Church of England

report of a committee appointed by the Central Council for the Care of Churches to investigate the number and condition of Parochial libraries belonging to the Church of England, with an historical introduction notes on early printed books and their care and an alphabetical list of Parochial libraries past and present.

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Published by Faith Press in London .
Written in English


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Church of England -- Diocese of London -- Early works to Filed under: Church of England -- Diocese of London -- Charities Iohn by the prouidence of God Bishop of London, to all parsons, vicars, curates and churchwardens within the Cittie of London, and the counties of Middlesex and Essex, greeting whereas this bearer Thomas Butler of the. Filed under: Church of England -- Relations -- Catholic Church -- Early works to An apologie for the Reformed churches wherein is shew'd the necessitie of their separation from the Church of Rome: against those who accuse them of making a schisme in Christendome. By John Daille pastor of the Reformed Church at Paris. Translated out of French.

A new book written about His Holiness the Patriarch of Brazil. About his early and present life within the Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church (ICAB) based on doctrine and canon law and not hear say but actual facts as the law sits in regarding valid sacraments written by the former Secretary of Doctrine & Faith of the Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church.   The Church of England, or Anglican Church, is the primary state church in Great Britain and is considered the original church of the Anglican Communion.

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The Parochial libraries of the Church of England: report of a committee appointed by the Central Council for the Care of Churches to investigate the number and condition of parochial libraries belonging to the Church of England: with an historical introduction, notes on early printed books and their care, and an alphabetical list of parochial libraries past and present.

A directory of parochial libraries of the Church of England and the Church in Wales, past and present, founded up to c, together with a broad sample of desk-libraries, accompanied by an updated historical introduction, tables by date and county, appendices of MS and printed documents, expanded catalogues of libraries, recommendations on care, and summaries of reports on parochial libraries.

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Responsibility: first edited by Neil Ker. More information: Table of contents; Contributor biographical information. Whilst Parochial Church Councils (PCCs) are charities, they are governed by two pieces of Church of England legislation, called Measures. These are: The Parochial Church Councils (Powers) Measure as amended.

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