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A brief exposition of those benevolent institutions, often denominated self-supporting dispensaries : with a view to recommend them to the patronage and support of the public, as tending to raise the moral character and improve the condition of the laboring classes
- Bigsby, John J. 1792-1881.
History, gazetteer, and directory of Shropshire : comprising a general survey of the county ... shewing the situation, extent, and population of all the towns, parishes, chapelries, townships, villages, hamlets, and extraparochial liberties; their agricultural and mineral productions; the lords of the manors and owners of the soil; their public institutions, charities, antiquities, & historical events; with a list of magistrates, public officers, & corporate bodies; and the seats of the nobility and gentry ... with a large coloured sheet map of the county
- Bagshaw, Samuel.
Walks through London, including Westminster and the borough of Southwark, with the surrounding suburbs; describing every thing worthy of observation in the public buildings, places of entertainment, exhibitions, commercial and literary institutions, &c. down to the present period: forming a complete guide to the British metropolis
- Hughson, David, -1813.
Index ecclesiasticus : or, Alphabetical lists of all ecclesiastical dignitaries in England and Wales since the reformation. Containing 150,000 hitherto unpublished entries from the bishops' certificates of institutions to livings, etc., now deposited in the Public Record Office, and including those names which appear in Le Neve's 'Fasti'
- Foster, Joseph, 1844-1905.
The state of the poor; or, an history of the labouring classes in England, from the conquests to the present period. In which are particularly considered, their domestic economy, with respect to diet, dress, fuel, and habitation; and the various plans which, from time to time, have been proposed, and adopted, for the relief of the poor: together with parochial reports relative to the administration of work-houses, and houses of industry; the state of friendly societies; and other public institutions ...
- Eden, Frederick Morton, Sir, 1766-1809.
Index to records called, the originalia and memoranda on the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's side of the Exchequer: extracted from the records, and from the manuscripts of Mr. Tayleur, Mr. Madox and Mr. Chapman. Formerly officers in that office. Containing all the grants of abbey lands, and other property, granted by the crown, from the beginning of the reign of Henry VIII. to the end of Queen Ann. Also, inrollments of charters, grants, and patents to several religious houses; and to cities, brooughs, towns, companies, colleges, and other public institutions from the earliest period. Together with pleadings and proceedings relative to the tenures and estates of the nobility and gentry; commissions to survey manors, lands and tenements; [etc.] ...
- Jones, Edward, active 1771-1831.
Part the first, of an address to the public, from the Society for the Suppression of Vice, instituted, in London, 1802, setting forth, with a list of the members, the utility and necessity of such an institution, and its claim to public support.
- Society for the Suppression of Vice (London, England)