2 edition of Address to the theological students delivered at the close of the session, 1876-77 found in the catalog.
Address to the theological students delivered at the close of the session, 1876-77
John Hamilton Thom
At head of title: Manchester New College, London.
|Statement||by John Hamilton Thom (visitor).|
|Contributions||Manchester College (University of Oxford)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
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