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An account of the institution and regulations of the Sunday and Daily School, North-Strand. Adderssed more particularly to the inhabitants of the parishes of St. Mary, St. Thomas, and St. George. With reflections on the importance of affording gratuitous education to the children of the poor.
- North Strand School (Dublin, Ireland)
The plan of the charity for the maintenance, education, and employment of orphans and other poor children, erected at Hoxton in the year 1760. With the present state of it, The Qualifications for Governors, And The Rules for the Government thereof. To which is annexed, A List of the Governors and Annual Subscribers; And a Preface recommending it.
- Orphan Working School (Hoxton, England)
- MDCCLXVI. 
The plan of the charity for the maintenance, instruction, and employment of orphans and other poor children, erected at Hoxton in the year 1760. Now in the city road. With the present state of it, the qualifications for governors, and the rules for the government thereof. To which is annexed, a list of the governors, annual subscribers, and benefactors the last year; and a preface recommending it.
- Orphan Working School (Hoxton, England)
- M.DCC.LXXIX. 
Rules, orders, and regulations, to be duly observed and kept in the Parish School of Industry, in King Street, Golden Square: instituted for the Maintaining, Educating, and Employing the Poor Children belonging to the Parish of Saint James, within the Liberty of Westminster, made by the Governors and Directors of the Poor of the said Parish, and confirmed by the Vestry-Men, in the Vestry duly assembled; pursuant to the Directions of an Act of Parliment made and passed in the Second Year of His present Majesty's Reign, Intituled, ̀̀an Act for the better Relief and Employment of the Poor; and for cleansing the Streets, Lanes, and other Passages and Places, in the Parish of Saint James, within the Liberty of Westminster; and for enlarging the Church-Yard belonging to the said Parish.''
- School of Industry (London, England)
- MDCCXCII. 
Pentonville Chapel, St. James's, Clerkenwell. On Sunday next, October 30, 1796, a sermon will be preached, for the benefit of the charity children, by the Rev. Mr. Stewart, of the Charter-House, and morning preacher of St. Martin's in the Fields. Prayers will begin at eleven o'clock precisely. A hymn by the charity children. The music and organ by Miss Elliot.
- Pentonville Chapel charity school (London, England)
Pentonville Chapel. On Sunday next, September 26, 1790, two sermons will be preached, for the benefit of the charity-school lately established there; (for the cloathing and educating of 24 poor children.) that in the morning by the Rev. James Davies, minister of St. James's, Clerkenwell, and lecturer of St. Stephen's, Coleman Street. That in the afternoon by the Rev. Richard Lendon, of Trinity College, Cambridge, and preacher at the above chapel.
- Pentonville Chapel Charity School (London, England)
The country-Man's conductor in reading and writing true English, Containing such Rules as the author, by near Forty Years Practice in Teaching, hath found Necessary and Useful to that end. Printed chiefly for the use of the author's own school, and may also be useful to all Teachers, Parents, Masters of Families, and Single-Persons, to improve themselves, their Children and Families, in good English. To which are added, some examples of the English of our honourable ancestors, and also of our Western Dialect. And some arithmetical rules to be learnt by children, before or as soon as they are put to Writing. By John White, sometime Master of Mr. Chilcot's English-Free-School in Tiverton, and now Master of a Boarding-School in Butterly, near Tiverton aforesaid.
- White, John, master of a boarding-school.
See saw : an anthology of poetry and artwork around science / by children from Rockland St. Mary County Primary School and Framingham Earl High School, working with Matthew Sweeney and Jill Pirrie; edited by Anne Osbourn, Jill Pirrie, John Nicholson, Ken Holbeck and Sally Hodgson.
- Sweeney, Matthew.
- , ©2005
Alfred Hospital Training School for Nurses, Melbourne... : this is to certify that... has served a three years term of training as a pupil nurse in the wards of this hospital (including the nursing of sick children and gynaecological patients) also in the operation theatre and out-patients and casualty departments... qualifying her to act as a skilled medical & surgical nurse.
- Alfred Hospital (Prahran, Vic.). Training School for Nurses.
- between 1920 and 1929