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Invitations and tickets to anniversary celebrations for charities. Text within  indicates hand-written notes:
J,8.263: Ticket, at top in cartouche "Anniversary Meeting of the Charity Children", and below "Admit one person to a seat in the Cathedral Church of St Paul, on Thursday May 26th 1785, when a sermon will be preached by the Honble Right Revd Father in God James Lord Bishop of Ely before the Right Honble Thos Harley President", with list of Vice Presidents, Treasurers, and Stewards. In Rococo border with garlands. Signed by the Treasurer Robert Pickwoad.
J,8.264: Invitation/ticket, "Sir / Your company is desired to dine with the members of the Society for Promoting Religious Knowledge among the poor, at hte London Tavern, in Bishopsgate Street; on Thursday, the 16th of November 1780; dinner to be on table at half after three precisely. NB. The annual sermon, recommending this charity, will be preached the same day, at St Mary-le-Bow Cheapside, by the Rev. Samuel Cooper...", with names of Stewards, and "Tickets Five Shilings. No Collection at the Tavern". In Rococo border dotted with piles of closed books, and numbere 224. Stamped with seal. "Morrison Sculp Moorfields".
J,8.265: Ticket, on card, to the anniversary sermon for the Charity Children - "Admit One Person at the Great North Door, 1st June, 1797, at 10 o'Clock. [R. Pickwoad] Treasr".
J,8.266: Similar invitation to J,8.263, from a different plate, but of the same design, dated 5th June 1788, the sermon by the Bishop of Norwich. Printed in red ink.
J,8.267: Ticket, at top in beaded roundel a boy and a girl standing in from of St Paul's Cathedral, speaking "Ignorant & ye Instructed us / Naked & ye Cloathed us"; below "Admit one person to a seat in the Cathedral Church of St Paul, on Thursday the 28th May 1789, when a sermon will be preached by the Right Revd Father in God, Samuel Lord BIshop of St Asaph, before the Right Honble Thomas Harley M.P. Presidt", with names of Vice President, Treasurer, and Stewards. In patterned oval frame, and at bottom "Clark Sculp Moorfield". Signed by the Treasurer Robert Pickwoad. Numbered 626.
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Height: 198 millimetres
Height: 64 millimetres
Width: 252 millimetres (largest)
Width: 91 millimetres (smallest)
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- On the original mount.
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