|Author:||Sclater, William, d. 1690.|
|Title:||The royal-pay and pay-master, or, The indigent-officers comfort delivered in a sermon preached before the honorable the military company at St. Pauls Covent-Garden, July 25th, by William Sclater ... ; and now printed at their earnest intreaty.|
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The royal-pay and pay-master, or, The indigent-officers comfort delivered in a sermon preached before the honorable the military company at St. Pauls Covent-Garden, July 25th, by William Sclater ... ; and now printed at their earnest intreaty.
Sclater, William, d. 1690.
London: Printed by Rich. Hodgkinson, and are to be sold by E. Brewster ..., 1671.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Soldiers -- Great Britain -- Sermons.
Soldiers -- Great Britain -- Conduct of life.
To the Right Worshipful STEWARDS of the HONORABLE The Military Company.
THE ROYAL-PAY, AND PAY-MASTER.
A Crown of Life: That's your Pay.