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|Title||:||An Essay upon the Service of the Church of England, considered as a daily service. With a view of reviving a more general and constant attendance upon it. To which is added, the present state of the Daily Prayers throughout the Bills of Mortality|
|Author||:||William BEST (D.D.)|