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THE WHARTON FAMILY.
Lord-Thomas, second Lord-Philip, third Lord-Philip, fourth Lord (the Good Lord Wharton); his father, Sir Thomas of Aske; his brother, Sir Thomas of Edlington; his own household-Thomas, fifth Lord, and Marquis-Philip, sixth Lord, and Duke-The extinct Barony ... ... ... ...
Parliamentary Army-The Westminster Assembly of Divines
Assembly's Shorter Catechism-Lye's Catechism-Alleine's
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Church Catechism and Book of Common Prayer adopted
THIS volume is based upon a pamphlet vid
At an inquiry held by the Charity Comission z brade
: u faith ; it did not occur that another Catechusa afisar ve of the Church of England was meant by te segura . unfortunately there was no one present capable of afir information concerning the origin and purpose of te &
The account of this Charity, which is given is die fursue o will show beyond dispute that it is not what it was abou the momento en the occasion above mentioned; and will, I know
LLUM towards restoring it to its proper administration N A the Charity, if they are preserved, and were ch a would probably furnish a suggestive history of the ma many other Special and General Charities kaus m
# the Bible Charity founded by Philip, the fourt's Let vina . have not thought it necessary to refer to the are
wou for every statement, and in correcting mistakes nata s may have fallen into some mistakes myself ; I
te best to avoid them, and now commend the wo
d judgment of the reader.
My attention had been for some yon gaseshi, directed to the manner in which the Ca v e administered ; and, although I found the risks by obtain satisfactory information on the baja. Bertan tured to place a Memorial before the en missioners, setting forth the main facts