Notes and Queries, Number 30, May 25, 1850 eBook

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HYMNS and POEMS for the SICK and SUFFERING.  In connection with the
Service for the Visitation of the Sick.  Edited by the Rev. T. V.
FOSBERY, M.A., Perpetual Curate of Sunningdale.

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ERUVIN; or Miscellaneous Essays on Subjects connected with the Nature, History, and Destiny of Man.  By the Rev. S.R.  MAITLAND, D.D.  F.R.S. & F.S.A.

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