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The knowledge and practice of Christianity made easy to the meanest capacities, or, An essay towards an instruction for the Indians [electronic resource] : which will likewise be of use to all such who are called Christians, but have not well considered the meaning of the religion they profess, or, who profess to know God, but in works do deny him; in twenty dialogues, together with directions and prayers ... /

Title:The knowledge and practice of Christianity made easy to the meanest capacities, or, An essay towards an instruction for the Indians [electronic resource] : which will likewise be of use to all such who are called Christians, but have not well considered the meaning of the religion they profess, or, who profess to know God, but in works do deny him; in twenty dialogues, together with directions and prayers ... /
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Note:London : Printed for F. and C. Rivington, ..., 1802
  
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Subject:Church of England
Subject:Catechisms, English
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