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1 CARRINGTON, Philip INGLIS, Charles BINNEY, Herbert MEDLEY, John Anglican Church in Canada: : A History. First Edition in dustjacket
Collins, Toronto, 1963, 
CARRINGTON, Philip. The Anglican Church in Canada : A History. Toronto : Collins, 1963. Pp (4),5-320 + 4 leaves of plates. Maps and map end-papers. 8vo, purple cloth. O'Dea 3603. Much on Newfoundland. Chapters : 1. The First Canadians; 2. The French Wars; 3. The Coming of the Loyalsits (pp.39-50); 4. The Second American War; 5. THe Post-War Years; 6. Into the Thirties; 7. Rebellion, Revivial and Reform; 8. The New Dioceses; 9. Synodical Action: The Far West; 10. The Church Province of Canada; 11. The Canadian West: Confederation; 12. Into the Seventies: A Survey; 13. Into the Eighties: A Survey; 14. Consolidation; 15. The General Synod 1893; 16. The Nineties; 17. TheNew Century; 18. Pre-War Expansion; 19. The World at War; 20. Inflation an d Depression; 21. The Second World War; 22. Epilogue. With bibliography, appendices and index. Foreword by the Most. Rev. Howard Hewlett Clark. Many entries in the index under Nfld, St. John's, Feild, Kelly, Jones, &c. Very good in dustjacket. 30.00

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2 MEDLEY, John Book of Job. Translated from the Hebrew Text, with an Introduction, a Summary of Each Chapter, and Brief Notes in Explanation of Obscure Passages, by John, Bishop of Fredericton, and Metropolitan of Canada.
J. & A. McMillan, Printers, St. John, N.B., 1879, 
[MEDLEY, John]. The Book of Job. Translated from the Hebrew Text, with an Introduction, a Summary of Each Chapter, and Brief Notes in Explanation of Obscure Passages, by John, Bishop of Fredericton, and Metropolitan of Canada. St. John, N.B.: J. & A. McMillan, Printers, 1879. Pp (2),[i]-xxxiv,[35]-149,(5). 8vo, blue cloth, gilt to front board and spine. John Medley, (1804-1892), was a Church of England clergyman who was educated at Oxford and whobecame the first bishop of Fredericton in 1845. Wear to spine ends, corner s bumped, contemporary penned name, underlining, browning to two leaves from laid in note paper, foxed, else a good, solid copy. 35.00

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3 MEDLEY, John Sermon Preached in St. Luke's Pro-Cathedral, Halifax, August 12th, 1887, (Being the Centenary of the Founding of the Colonial Episcopate.)
W. Gossip & Son, for the Cathedral Fund, 1887, 
MEDLEY, John. The Sermon Preached in St. Luke's Pro-Cathedral, Halifax, August 12th, 1887, (Being the Centenary of the Founding of the Colonial Episcopate.). [Halifax] : Sold by W. Gossip & Son, for the Cathedral Fund, [1887]. Pp (4),[5]-9,(1). 8vo, pale green stitched wrappers, front cover letteredin black. The Most Rev. John Medley, D.D., Lord Bishop of Fredericton, and Metropolitan of Canada. Spine ends and edges chipped, spine and margins br owned, inkstamp to front cover, small brown smudge to title page, else verygood. 70.00

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