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CHARGE. TO THE. CLERGY. OF THE. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH. IN THE. STATE OF NEW-YORK; Delivered at the Convention of the Church in the said State, in Trinity Church, in the City of New-York, on Tuesday, October 3d, A. BY JOHN HENRY HOBART, D. Assistant Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New-York, New-York: PRINTED BY T.

AND J. CHARGE. TO THE CLERGY. OF THE. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH. IN THE. STATE OF CONNECTICUT: DELIVERED AT THE CONVENTION OF THE CHURCH IN SAID STATE, IN ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, AT WATERBURY, ON WEDNESDAY, THE 6TH DAY OF JUNE, A. BY THOMAS CHURCH BROWNELL, D. Bishop of the Diocess of Connecticut.

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