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An account of the holy works of the Welsh bishop and scholar. Richard Davies was born in North Wales in Having been educated at New Inn Hall at Oxford, and having become vicar of Burnham, he was forced to flee to Geneva during A collection of Biblical poems by Hannah Moore. Twenty-third edition, with additions. With frontispiece of the author.kinun-houju.com/wp-content/ryfafapi/2013.php
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