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A funeral discourse together with a brief memoir of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson, of Denmark Hill, Camberwell, the only daughter of Richard Holbert, Esq. and relict of Capt. James Wilson, the conductor of the First Christian missionaries to the islands of the Pacific Ocean, delivered on Sunday, the 4th of October, 1829, to the congregation worshipping at York Street Chapel, Walworth. Preview this item
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A funeral discourse together with a brief memoir of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson, of Denmark Hill, Camberwell, the only daughter of Richard Holbert, Esq. and relict of Capt. James Wilson, the conductor of the First Christian missionaries to the islands of the Pacific Ocean, delivered on Sunday, the 4th of October, 1829, to the congregation worshipping at York Street Chapel, Walworth.

Author: George Clayton
Publisher: London, Teape, and sold by Westley and Davies, and Holdsworth and Ball, 1829.
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Named Person: Elizabeth Wilson; James Wilson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Clayton
OCLC Number: 54289041
Description: 36 pages 23 cm

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