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WORKS BY RICHARD CHENEVIX TRENCH, D.D.

ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN.

1. NOTES on the PARABLES of OUR LORD.

Ninth Edition.

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2. NOTES on the MIRACLES of OUR LORD. Seventh Edition.

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3. SYNONYMS of the NEW TESTAMENT. Fifth Edition.

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Fcp. 8vo. 5s. 5. ON the STUDY of WORDS. New Edition.

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ARIES. Second Edition. 8vo. 38. 10. SERMONS preached in WESTMINSTER ABBEY. Second

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in ASIA. Second Edition. 88. 6d.

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WORKS BY THE
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Rector of Eversley, Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen, and Professor of Modern History

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2. TWO YEARS AGO. Third Edition.

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THE DAISY CHAIN; or, Aspirations. A Family Chronicle.

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