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A discourse, addressed to the Loyal Pimlico volunteers, Previous to receiving their colours from the hands of the Countess of Carlisle, in the Rotunda at Ranelagh House, May 20, 1799. By the Rev. Weeden Butler, chaplain to His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent; and morning preacher of Charlotte-Street Chapel, Pimlico. To which are prefixed, the ceremonial; the address of the Countess of Carlisle, on presenting the colours: and Major Rolleston's reply.
- Butler, Weeden, 1742-1823.
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Pimlico : Printed by D. Jaques; and sold by J. Polwarth, No. 14, and E. Goodwin, No. 22, Queen's-row; and G. Evans, King's row, 1799.
xiv,21,p. ; 80.