Book of common prayer. - and administration of the sacraments and other rules and ceremonies of the church according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, together with the Psalter or Psalms of David
Containing a complete register of the prelates and other dignitaries of the church; a list of all the benefices in England and Walses, arranged alphabeticaly in their several counties, dioceses, archdaconries, etc.; the names of their respective incoments, the populations of the parishes, value of the livings, names of the patrons, etc.
Commission granting to the Bishop of Nova Scotia ecclesiastical jurisdiction over the province of New Brunswick,. - the Island of Cape Breton, Prince Edward's Island and the island of Newfoundland and its dependencies,