Directions given to the clergy of the diocese of London

in the year 1724. By ... Edmund Lord Bishop of London. To which is added, his charge to the clergy, in his last visitation, begun in ... 1741, ...
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printed by Edward Owen , London
SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 2563, no. 14.
ContributionsGibson, Edmund, 1669-1748.
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL17009260M

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(2) The bishop of the diocese is the president of the diocesan synod. House of bishops. 30 The members of the house of bishops of a diocesan synod are – (a) the bishop of the diocese, (b) each suffragan bishop of the diocese, and.

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9 Christian Initiation when a Bishop is present (a) The forms of services that will normally be used are given in Common Worship: Initiation Services, though the rites in the Book of Common Prayer remain authorized for use.THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER.

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