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Benevolent institution, for delivering poor married women at their own habitations. The most noble the Marquis of Carmarthen, president; the Rt. Hon. Lord Visc. Malden, Sir Robert Barker, bart. The Rt. Hon. Lord Visc. Bulkley, Sir John Smith, bart. vice-presidents. Two sermons, for the benefit of the above charity, will be preached on Sunday, December 26th, 1784, at the Parish Church of Saint Bride, Fleet Street: the one in the morning, by the Rev. Wm. Martin Leake, LL.B. rector of Kencot and vicar of Watlington, Oxon; and morning preacher at the Foundling Hospital: The other inthe afternoon, by the Rev. Richard Cecil, A.B. rector of Cliffe, Sussex; and minister of St. John's Chapel, Bedford Row. Prayers to begion at eleven in the morning, and three in the afternoon.

Benevolent Institution for the Sole Purpose of Delivering Poor Married Women at Their Own Habitations (London, England)
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1784]
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[London : s.n., 1784]

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1 sheet ; 1/2⁰.

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ESTC T219540

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