A charge delivered to the clergy assembled in the Cathedral Church, September 3, 1862, and respectfully dedicated to them, and to all the laity of the Church of England in the Province of New Brunswick, by the Right Rev. Joh, Bishop of Fredericton.
United Church of England and Ireland. Diocese of Fredericton. Bishop (1845-1868 : Medley).
Medley, John, 1804-1892
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