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A history of the General convention of the Protestant Episcopal church in the United States, held... 1895 : with biographical sketches of its memebers : also a chapter on the history of the church in the early days of Minnesota, and a chapter on the work of the Woman's auxiliary in the United States

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A history of the General convention of the Protestant Episcopal church in the United States, held... 1895 : with biographical sketches of its memebers : also a chapter on the history of the church in the early days of Minnesota, and a chapter on the work of the Woman's auxiliary in the United States

A history of the General convention of the Protestant Episcopal church in the United States, held... 1895 : with biographical sketches of its memebers : also a chapter on the history of the church in the early days of Minnesota, and a chapter on the work of the Woman's auxiliary in the United States

Source : Internet Archive

A history of the General convention of the Protestant Episcopal church in the United States, held... 1895 : with biographical sketches of its memebers : also a chapter on the history of the church in the early days of Minnesota, and a chapter on the work of the Woman's auxiliary in the United States

A history of the General convention of the Protestant Episcopal church in the United States, held... 1895 : with biographical sketches of its memebers : also a chapter on the history of the church in the early days of Minnesota, and a chapter on the work of the Woman's auxiliary in the United States

Source : Internet Archive

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the business of the House. Mr. Biddle desired that record should be kept of the votes taken by the House


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Davenport, Rev. Dr. Stone, and Mr. Biddle. The question was now upon the substitute of Dr. Egar, which was rejected.


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represented the Churches in Europe, Mr. Biddle, of Pennsylvania, Rev. Mr.


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hence." Rev. Dr. Alsop and Mr. Biddle now spoke on the same side. Rev. Dr. Richards, of Rhode Island, thought


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Mr. Biddle, of Pennsylvania, pointed out that the Committee on Christian Unity stood evenly divided.


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Mr. Biddle, of Pennsj'lvania, then made a motion that l.Iessage No. 81 of the House


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Mr. Biddle thought that it would be well to discharge the Committee to whom had


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Mr. Biddle, by request from the Deputies from Pennsylvania, then offered the following resolution :


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Mr. Biddle was of the opinion that the amendment should be voted down, while Dr.


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White , Miss White , Miss Biddle , Rev.


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Church is his debtor. Mr. James S. Biddle is a prominent man in Trinity Parish, Philadelphia, where, with the late


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Convention, he labored many years. Mr. Biddle is familiar, from long acquaintance, with the work of the General Convention, he