quiet revolution The disestablishment of the Church of Ireland by R. H. A. Eames

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Published by Spectator in Bangor .

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  • Church of Ireland -- Disestablishment.

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Statement[by] R. H. A. Eames.
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Pagination55p. ;
Number of Pages55
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Open LibraryOL17501871M

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