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" He will establish and maintain, as far as in him lies, relations of Christian charity with other Churches represented at Jerusalem, and in particular with the orthodox Greek Church... "
The Bishopric of the United Church of England and Ireland at Jerusalem ... - Page 86
by James R. Hope - 1842 - 94 pages
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The Churchman's Monthly Review and Chronicle

Christianity - 1842
...may be, according to the laws, canons, and customs of the Church of England ; the Bishop having power to frame, with the consent of the Metropolitan, particular...to the conversion of the Jews, to their protection, ana to their useful employment. " He will establish and maintain, as far as in him lies, relations...
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Missionary Register, Volume 30

Missions - 1842
...may be, according to the Inws, canons, and customs of the Church of England ; the Bishop having power to frame, with the consent of the Metropolitan, particular...employment. He will establish and maintain, as far as in him liea, relations of Christian charity with other Churches represented at Jerusalem, and in particular...
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The Church of England magazine [afterw.] The Church of England ..., Volume 12

1842
...maybe, according to the laws, canons, and customs of the church of England ; the bishop having power lits relations of Christian charity with other churches represented at Jerusalem, and in particular...
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The Englishman's Magazine, Volume 2, Issues 13-14

1842
...may be, according to the laws, canons, and customs of the Church of England ; the bishop having power to frame, with the consent of the metropolitan, particular...useful employment. He will establish and maintain, so far as in him lies, relations of Christian charity with other Churches represented at Jerusalem,...
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The Church of St. James. The Primitive Hebrew Christian Church of Jerusalem ...

James Boardman Cartwright - 1842 - 311 pages
...themselves under his Episcopal authority in Palestine. Syria, Chaldea, Egypt, and Abyssinia ; whose chief missionary care will be directed to the conversion...to their protection, and to their useful employment ; and who is, moreover, charged by the Primate of the English Church, to establish and maintain, as...
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The Church of England Magazine, Volume 12

1842
...be, according to the laws, canons, and customs of the thurcli of England ; the bishop having power to frame, with the consent of the metropolitan, particular...rules and orders for the peculiar wants of his people. Hi» chief missionary care will be directed to the conversion of the Jews, to their protection, and...
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The Ecclesiastical Law, Volume 1

Richard Burn - Ecclesiastical law - 1842
...may be, according to the laws, canons, and customs of the Church of England ; the bishop having power to frame, with the consent of the metropolitan, particular...rules and orders for the peculiar wants of his people. College at £A college is to be established at Jerusalem, under the rece'vi™1 " Bishop, whose chaplain...
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The Christian's monthly magazine and universal review, Volume 3

1845
...of England; the Bishop " having power to frame, with the consent of the Metropolitan, particn" Isr rules and orders for the peculiar wants of his people....Christian charity with other Churches represented at Jerusa" lem, and in particular with the orthodox Greek Church ; taking " special care to convince them,...
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Review of the latest events and present state of the Church of Christ. Tr ...

Carl Fredrik af Wingård (abp. of Upsala.) - 1845
...may be, according to the laws, canons, and customs of the Church of England ; the bishop having power to frame, with the consent of the metropolitan, particular...and orders for the peculiar wants of his people." " A college is to be established at Jerusalem, under the bishop, whose chaplain will be its first principal....
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The Ecclesiastic [afterw.] The Theologian and ecclesiastic ..., Volumes 1-2

1846
...alliance against Rome. The Greek Church, however, is distinctly called orthodox. " He" (the new Bishop) " will establish and maintain, as far as in him lies,...Jerusalem, and in particular with the orthodox Greek Church " Clerical members of the orthodox Greek Church will be received into the " (proposed) " College only...
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