2 edition of Memories of an Australian ministry 1868 to 1921. found in the catalog.
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Correspondence concerning revivals, union meeting-houses, etc., in connection with the Pine Grove Baptist Church, Middleton, N.S.
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Memories of an Australian ministry, to London: Epworth Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: James Edward Carruthers: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Edward Carruthers. Memories of an Australian ministry, to / by J. Carruthers. Also Titled Memories of an Australian ministry, eighteen sixty eight to nineteen twenty one.
Memories of an Australian ministry, to / (London: Epworth Press, ), by J. Carruthers (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Memories of an elect lady. (Cambridge, Printed at the Riverside press, ), by Irene Battell Larned, Joseph Battell, and.
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William Woolls Rutledge (), Methodist minister, was born on 31 October at Parramatta, New South Wales, fourth of six children of James Rutledge, schoolmaster from Ulster, and his wife Lucy Ann, née Field.
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