2 edition of The early days of my episcopate. found in the catalog.
The early days of my episcopate.
Kip, William Ingraham
First published by T. Whittaker in 1892.
|Statement||By Wm. Ingraham Kip.|
|Series||California relations -- no. 38|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||105|
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The early days of my episcopate () contains reminiscences of his rectorship of Grace Church, San Francisco; visits to Sacraments, Stockton, San José, Monterey, Benecia, and Los. Project Canterbury. Early Days of My Episcopate by the Right Rev.
William Ingraham Kip, D.D. New York: T. Whittaker, The early days of my episcopate. William Ingraham Kip () left New York in December to become Missionary Bishop and later the first Diocesan Bishop of the Protestant.
THIS account of the early days of my episcopate was written in the yearwith the intention of bequeathing the manuscript to my family, to be put to press after my life had. Early life. Kip was born in New York City, of Breton ancestry, the son of Leonard Kip and Maria (Ingraham) Kip. He graduated at Yale in After briefly studying law, Kip turned to a Church: The Episcopal Church.
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