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  • [Info] A Companion for the Altar: Consisting of a Short Explanation of the Lord's Supper, and Meditations and Prayers, Proper to be Used Before, and During, the Receiving of the Holy Communion, According to the Form Prescribed by the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the United States of America (New York: Printed for P. A. Mesier, 1804), by John Henry Hobart
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  • [Info] The Liturgy, or Forms of Divine Service, of the French Protestant Church, of Charleston, S.C.: Translated from the Liturgy of the Churches of Neufchatel and Vallangin, Editions of 1737 and 1772; With Some Additional Prayers, Carefully Selected, the Whole Adapted to Public Worship in the United States of America (third edition; New York: A. D. F. Randolph and Co., c1853), by French Protestant Church of Charleston, S.C.

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