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The perpetuity of brotherly love, recommended in a sermon for the Royal Cumberland School, instituted in 1788, to support and educate the female orphans, and daughters, of indigent free and accepted masons: preached on Sunday, March 20, 1791, at St. Bride's, in Fleet Street; and Published at the Request of the Brethren, and other Gentlemen, Acting Stewards at the Anniversary. By the Rev. Weeden Butler, Morning Preacher of Charlotte-Street Chapel, and Chaplain to the Right Hon. Lady Dowager Onslow.
- Butler, Weeden, 1742-1823.
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London : printed for the benefit of the children; and sold by B. White and Son, Fleet Street; and T. Cadell, Strand, 1791.
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