Some Account Of The Rise Of The Society Of Friends In Cornwood In Northumberland: Especially In Connexion With The Family Of Cuthbert Wigham, The First Individual Who Joined It There
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Publisher: Nabu Press (22 Aug. 2011)
By: George Richardson (Author)
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<:title>: Some Account Of The Rise Of The Society Of Friends In Cornwood In Northumberland: Especially In Connexion With The Family Of Cuthbert Wigham, The First Individual Who Joined It There
<:author>: George Richardson
<:publisher>: Charles Gilpin, 1848
<:subjects>: Religion: Christianity: Quaker: Religion / Christianity / Quaker: Society of Friends