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Charity Record And Philanthropic News (Newspaper) - April 20, 1882, London, Middlesex THE PHILANTHROPIC THE ONLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE CHARITIES OF THE COUNTRY PUBLISHED APRIL PRICE TWOPENCE FINSBURY DISPENSARY BREWER GOSWELL THE BIENNIAL FESTIVAL WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE On 19th of The Right JOHN WHITTAKER ELLIS LOBB MAYOROF IN THE Supported by ALDERMAN AND SHERIFF SHERIF and the UNDER DINNER ON TABLE AT Six OCLOCK Can be had by applyini Olc ONE to Musical Arrangements by the doable Quartet Glee under the management of Director of the Choir at Edmund the Kin and During the the popular Duet Bunthorne and Grosvenor from the JEsthetic Opera of will be sung by permission of also Let me like a Soldier by permission and MASTER SHARMAN will play Two Solos on the Meditation and the March from BENEVOLENT INSTETIT VJT by Royal and the Patronage of the Royal Family and Earl of The Subscribers are respectfully informed that a General Court will be held at Willis King on May at Twelve exact time the Right the EARL OF in the Chair to receive the Report of the Board of and pf the Auditors for and to elect Nine Annuitants to the Bullar Annuity of Four to Annuities of founded under the Will of the late Miss Ellen Reardon and Four to Annuities of The Poll will open on the termination of the general and close at 2 The Board propose to lessen th o disappointment of failure by giving to each of the next five upon the in addition to the kindly collected by The objects of the Society are Temporary Assistance to Governesses in afforded pri vately through the Annuity Annuities to aged Governesses secured on invested and thus independent of the prosperity of the Provident Annuities purchased ladies in any with education upon Government agreeably to the Act of This branch includes a savings A Home for Governesses daring the intervals between their A system of Registration entirely freejof An Asylum for the SUBSCRIPTIONS and DONATIONS will be thankfully RECEIVED by Sir Scott and Cavendishsquare by Drummond and Charingcross by and Birchinlahe Hatohardand Picoadily by Nisbet and Bernersstreet and by at the Sackville BARNARDOS HOMES for FRIENDLESS and DESTITUTE The Right the EARL The Right the LORD London and SouthWestern Bank Bow E The Committee very earnestly APPEAL for HELP to carry on the wo rk of these containing over ONE THOUSAND homeless or orphan In connection with the Institution there are 30 cottage homes for girls at Ilf a home for little boys in and three large homes for boys and girls in the East of all engaged in training children for useful and industrious Destitute eases are always and may be sent to the office at any hour of the day or Other not so are carefully inquired into and decided Children are admitted irrespective of differences of or and in spite of physical disqualifications that frequently lead to their being rejected No voting is required to obtain There is no and the whole work is dependent upon the free will offerings of the About will support one child in the Institution a whole The Homes are always open to visitors except on Saturday afternoon and 18 to NATIONAL HOSPITAL for the PARALYSED and Bloomsbury Country East The Board of Management earnestly APPEAL for AID to maintain tbis which relieves some of the most terribly afflicted of the human and comprises the Hospital for In and to which large additions have just been the In Memoriam Wing for poor the Country Convalescent the Samari tan and a Pension Fund for the Coutts and Strand Union Princes NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE HEART AND Soho The EARL of and Lombard and SIR SAMUEL SCOTT and Caveu 1 Assistance urgently needed to keep the larger number of beds now maintained available for immediate SEYJlOUR VOTING REFORM To ensure a wise selection ot the most out of the many applicants at every Charity To abolish Trafficking in To abolish Canvassing for Votes by Card and To abolish Public Polling The Committee appeal for Funds to aid them in their SEAMENS and London for Sailors of all Both entirely to the whole Maritime Supported by yphmtary FUNDS urgently Ban kerBWmiamsv and
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