Series: History of the English Church

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The English Church from its foundation to the Norman Conquest (597-1066) by William Hunt1
The English Church from the Norman Conquest to the accession of Edward I (1066-1272) by W.R.W. Stephens2
The English Church in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries by W. W Capes3
The English church in the sixteenth century by James Gairdner4
The English church in the reigns of Elizabeth and James I. (1558-1625) by Walter Howard Frere5
The English Church from the accession of Charles I to the death of Anne.(1625-1714) Vol. 6 by William Holden Hutton6
The English Church: From the Accession of George I to the End of the Eighteenth Century (1714-1800) by John Henry Overton7
The English church in the nineteenth century (A history of the English church) by F. Warre Cornish8

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