[Ingersoll, Ont.? : s.n., 1857?] (Ingersoll [Ont.] : Chronicle office); 46 pages
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|Creator||Wallace, Robert, 1820-1899.|
Discourse delivered at Ingersoll, before the Orange Association of the county of Oxford, Monday, 13th July, 1857
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 89008
|Published||[Ingersoll, Ont.? : s.n., 1857?] (Ingersoll [Ont.] : Chronicle office)|
FC 02 0203 no. 89008
Sermons, Canadian (English)
|Document source||Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library.|
1 microfiche (24 fr.)
"The Providence of God exemplified in raising up men to fulfil his purpose of Mercy to the human family, and to uphold the cause of truth and righteousness; the rise and character of the Great Apostacy; the Restoration of Primitive Christianity, and some of the trials and dangers through which it passed; the wonderful progress of Protestantism in Ireland, and the duties of Protestants, especially in Canada; with an appendix, containing statistical and other information, and a list of the best works on the Popish and Protestant controversy."
Includes bibliographical references.
36 p. ; 18 cm.