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Whittingham, W. R.
Whittingham, William Rollinson
Whittingham, William Rollinson (Bp)
Whittingham, William Rollinson (Prof)
William Rollinson Whittingham
William Rollinson Whittingham (Episcopal Bishop of Maryland)
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Episcopal Church Diocese of Maryland Bishop (1840-1879 : Whittingham) (see also from)
Episcopal Church. Diocese of Maryland
Harrison, Hall (1837-1900)
Hengstenberg, Ernst Wilhelm (1802-1869)
James I, King of England (1566-1625)
Palmer, William (1803-1885)
Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A. Diocese of Maryland
Storr, Gottlob Christian (1746-1805)
United States. President (1861-1865 : Lincoln)
Warner, James F. (1802-1864)
Warner, James Franklin (1802-1864)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Anglican Catholicity vindicated against Roman innovations; in The answer of Isaac Casaubon to Cardinal Perron. Reprinted from the translation published by authority in 1612, with an introduction, table of contents and full index; prepared by W.R. Whittingham, and Hall Harrison. To which is prefixed the Confession of faith of King James I.
Casauboni ad epistolam Cardinales Peronii.
compendious ecclesiastical history, A
form of prayer, composed for use in the Diocese of Maryland, on occasion of the day of humiliation and prayer, appointed to be observed on Thursday, the 4th of August, 1864, by the President and Congress of the United States; and transmitted to the clergy of the Diocese of Maryland, by William Rollinson Whittingham, Bishop of the Diocese., A
letter from the Rev. Professor Whittingham, of the General Theological Seminary, to a clergyman of Western New York, in relation to the division of the Diocese of N. York., A
Mammon-worship. A sermon...
MWA/NAIP files
priesthood in the church, The : set forth, in two discourses, delivered, the first, in St. Paul's Church, Baltimore, at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas James Wyatt, and the Rev. John N. McJilton, deacons, to the holy order of priesthood, on the twenty-third Sunday after Trinity [and] the second, in Christ Church, Baltimore, at the institution of the Rev. Henry Van Dyke Johns, to the rectorship, on the twenty-fourth Sunday after Trinity
Tracts, philological and exegetical, on several important and difficult subjects of the Old and New Testaments.
translation of the epistles of Clement of Rome, Polycarp, and Ignatius, and of the Apology of Justin Martyr: with an introduction and brief notes illustrative of the ecclesiastical history of the first two centures., A
voice of the Lord: a sermon, preached in St. John's church, Washington, The
What is the Church of Christ? 1844: