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An historical account of the Old Peoples Hospital, commonly called the Trinity Hospital, in Edinburgh; with arguments and motives pleading for assistance to pay off the present expensive reparations, and to raise a fund for maintaining many more people. To which is subjoined, page 34. Proposals to raise a fund for the maintenance of orphans, educating them in religion, and bringing them up to virtuous employments, according to their different capacities, under the title of a Charity-Bank. By Andrew Gairdner merchant in Edinburgh, and treasurer to the Old Peoples Hospital.

  • Gairdner, Andrew.
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Printed in the year M.DCC.XXVIII. [1728]
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Edinburgh : [s.n.], Printed in the year M.DCC.XXVIII. [1728]

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viii,56p. ; 8⁰.

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ESTC T194061
Goldsmiths', 6623

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