History of the church in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

by K. R. Hagenbach

Publisher: C. Scribner & co. in New York

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Lectures I-VII, IX and portions of X of v. 1, and portions of XVI and XVII of v. 2 were translated by B. H. Nadal. cf. The translator"s preface.

StatementBy K. R. Hagenbach ... Translated from the last German edition, with additions, by Rev. John F. Hurst.
ContributionsHurst, J. F. 1834-1903., Nadal, B. H. 1812-1870, tr.
LC ClassificationsBR450 .H3
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6275980M
LC Control Number32016681

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