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Charity Record And Philanthropic News (Newspaper) - June 30, 1881, London, Middlesex THE PHILANTHROPIC THE ONLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE CHARITIES OF THE COUNTRY PUBLISHED JUNE PRICE NATIONAL ORPHAN HAM near For Fatherless Patrons the Duke of the Princess Chairman of Committee The Lord The Committee earnestly solicit contributions to meet the current SIMON Farquhar TWENTY EIGHTH ALFRED AGED MERCHANT SEAMENS INSTITU TION Supported by Voluntary following CANDIDATES were duly elected This June at the Cannonstreet Terminus Captain the FRANCIS in the For Admission into the House on July The Committee are only too grateful to admit their original number of through generous help on this and trust that by increased support from all those who benefit by they will never be reduced again to a less The House is capable of admitting many but funds alone are DONATIONS and SUBSCRIPTIONS will be thankfully RE CEIVED by and and Coutts and and by the undersigned THOMAS Secretary and House THE NEW HOSPITAL FOR to enable poor women to be attended by fully qualified Physicians of their own Bank of Burlington FRANCES SEAMENS Free to the whole Maritime FUNDS and at to X 1 John Oliver 67 64 66 byC 70 wing 69 65 65 76 65 66 77 65 74 73 68 S5 byC 62 64 52 48 30 ammiti 58 forOi 52 26 49 49 48 47 54 50 57 43 50 41 44 30 248 217 200 746 680 667 620 608 COS 527 428 415 410 392 819 Thomas Slater Joseph Wentworth John Whitford Nominated Thomas Mummery And the folio Pollard James Drisooll Isaac Marshall David Kidd according itPension on Master to Rule 2 Grimsby iJuly Boatswain Master Mate Henry Rigby Wright Tristram Heppell Thomas Price Stephen James Tullock William Hay Short Nominated Gordon Edward Dobby Evan Evans Master Master Seaman Master Master accordin Master Mate Shields Fishguard Shieldfl North Shields London to Rule 2 Snnderland BARNARDOS HOMES for FRIENDLESS and DESTITUTE Right the EARL Right the LORD and SouthWestern Bank Bow TheCommittee very earnestly APPEAL for HELP to carry on the1 work of these containing over ONE THOUSAND homeless or orphan In connection with the Institution there ave 30 cottage homes girls at a home for little boys in and three la fee homes f or boys and girls in the East of all engaged in training children for useful and industrious Destitute cases are always and may be sent to the office at any hour of the day or Other not so are caref ully inquired into and decided Children are admitted irrespective of differences of or and in spite of physical disqualifications that frequently to their being rejected No voting is required to obtain There is no and the whole work is dependent upon the freewill offerings of the About will support one child in the Institution a whole The Homes are always open to visitors except on Saturday aftevnoon and 18 to CITY OF LONDON TRUSS for the Relief of the Ruptured Poor throughout the Established Patron the Prince of patients numbering now about in the year are of both sexes and all from children a month old to adults tjpwiirds of have been relieved since the forma IrtlBSCRIPTIONS and DONATIONS will be thankfully re ceived by the Societys aiid Co and by the at the JOHN proportion of aggravated cases to simple cases is larger than it was hence more expensive instruments are greater cost is and increased Funds a rQ METROPOLITAN FREE Temporary Ihe only Free General Hospital in the east end of FUNDS are urgently NEEDED for the new treasurerSir MEDICAL AID for Necessitous East Solltv provides MedicalAid and Medicines gratuitously to with limited means illness ladies also whose ies do not exceed certain limits entitled to all benefits as ibing FUNDS greatly Particulars and iSoPLAR HOSPITAL for to every case of accident or More than two mfles from nearest general SUBSCRIPTIONS and DONATIONS earnestly 1 and
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