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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1803,
BEING THE DAY APPOINTED
ADDRESS TO TIIE SAME LOYAL CORPS,
Delivered at the Drum-Ilead,
CONSECRATION OF THEIR COLOURS,
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1803,
The Rev. JONATHAN PAYNE, A. B.
robe, and St. Anne, Blackfriars.
George, Southwark, to the Rev T. WIG ZEL, Curate of the same Parish,
AND SOLD BY
Mr. Matthews, 117, Strand; Williams, Stationer's-Court; Button, Pater-
noster.Row, and Varden, 154, Borough, near St. George's Church.
THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
GEORGE TIERNEY, ESQ. M.P.
TREASURER OF HIS MAJESTY's
JOHN ROLLS, Esq.
THE LIEUTENANT COLONEL;
SAMUEL PRITCHARD, Esq.
CAPTAINS, LIEUTENANTS, ENSIGNS & STAFF.
Non-commissioned Officers and Privates,
Loyal Southwark Volunteers.
SERMON AND ADRESS,
Are with the greatest respect and deference, Dedicated,
By their most obedient humble Servant,
51, Prospect-Place, St. George's Ficlds,
An unjust insinuation against the Au: thor's loyalty, and an illiberal attack upon his Orthodoxy, first suggested the idea of commiting the following pages to public inspection, and public candour. They are respectfully Dedicated to the LOYAL SOUTHWARK VOLUNTEERS, as a testimony of his gratitude for the very flattering attention with which they honored the delivery, and for the unexpected and liberal acknowledgments, they have conferred upon him.