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The family library, being the substance of a funeral sermon, preached at the City chapel, Grub-Street, London, July 17, 1791, on the death of the late Countess dowager of Huntingdon, by the Rev. T. Cannon, to which is added A copy of a letter, written by the Countess in the year 1785, ... together with the manner in which the college is to be carried on, and by whom 1 edition

The family library, being the substance of a funeral sermon, preached ...
Cannon, Thomas Rev.

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The family library, being the substance of a funeral sermon, preached at the City chapel, Grub-Street, London, July 17, 1791, on the death of the late Countess dowager of Huntingdon, by the Rev. T. Cannon, to which is added A copy of a letter, written by the Countess in the year 1785, ... together with the manner in which the college is to be carried on, and by whom.

Published 1791 by printed for the author, and sold at the chapel; at the academy adjoining; by Murgatroyd; Ash; Terry; Murray; Jordan; Button; Piercy, Birmingham in [London] .

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Pp.[2],103-136 ;

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