Author:Charles Girdlestone

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Charles Girdlestone
English clergyman


  • Two volumes of Devotions for Family Use and for Private Use 1835
  • Two volumes of Select Hymns for Public Use and for Private Use 1835
  • Twenty-eight numbers of Sedgley Church Tracts 1831–6
  • Concordance to the Prayer Book Version of the Psalms 1834
  • The Bible version and the prayer-book version of the Psalms, in parallel columns, 1836
  • Questions of the Day, by the Creature of an Hour 1857 (anonymous).
  • Christendom, sketched from History in the Light of Holy Scripture 1870
  • Number, a Link between Divine Intelligence and Human 1875
  • Thoughts on Dying Daily 1878
  • An expurgated edition of Horace with English notes of a Christian tendency, for the Use of Schools in conjunction with the Rev. W. A. Osborne, 1848

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