The Life and Posthumous Works of Richard Claridge: Being Memoirs and Manuscripts Relating to His Experiences and Progress in Religion, His Changes in Opinion and Reasons for Them
Darton and Harvey, 1836 - 314 pagina's
Richard Claridge (1649-1723) was the son of William Claridge of Farmborough, Warwickshire, England. He was a Quaker minister and schoolmaster.
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