The duty of instructing and relieving necessitous children. A Sermon, preached at Salters-Hall, on Lord's Day evening, June 16th, 1793, in behalf of the Protestant Dissenting Charity School, established in Wood-Street, Spital-Fields. By the Rev. Hugh Worthington, Jun. Published at the request of the Subscribers.
- Worthington, Hugh, 1752-1813.
- M.DCC.XCIII. 
A list of the Committee of Almoners of Christ's Hospital. Philip Scarth, Esq; treasurer. Zachariah Foxall, Esq; Bloomsbury-square. Mr George Dottin, at Mr. Penny's in Brick-lane, Spital-fields. Mr Hugh Bonfoy, Highgate. Mr. John Markham, Paternoster-row. William Wynne, Esq; Essex-street, in the Strand. Mr Thomas Moore, Richmond. Deputy Samuel Ballard, Little-Britain. Mr. Thomas Salter, Cornbill. Mr Thomas Bigg, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. Thomas Rawstorn, Esq; James-street, Bedford-row. Mr Robert Cranmer, Christ's Hospital. Deputy Joseph Ayliffe, Bread-street-hill. Mr. Richard Bridgman, without Aldgate. Mr. John Turner, Fleet-street. Deputy Robert Pycrost, Minories. Charles Boehm, at Mr. Boehm's in Sikes-Lane. Miles Man, Esq; Guild-Hall. Sir Thomas Hankey, Knt, Lime-street. Mr Barnaby Backwell, Norfolk-street in the Strand. Mr John Lancashire, Bow-Lane. Mr Benjamin Cleeve, near St Michael's-Church, Wood-street. Mr. Philip Bromfield, Lombard-street. Deputy James Hodges, London-Bridge. Peter Du Cane, Esq; St James's-square. Charles savage, Esq; Mark-Lane. Mr. Daniel Webb, Lothbury. Mr John Townsend, Cullum-street. Mr William Innys, Pater-noster-row. Mr. Thomas Hardwich, Draper's-Hall. To the Right Worshipful the President, the Worshipful treasurer, and Governors of Christ's Hospital. Sir, your worship's vote and interest are most humbly desired for Richard Reily, printer, (citizen and stationer) that he may succeed Mr John Wright, deceas'd, as printer to Christ's-Hospital. And your petitioner as in duty bound, shall ever pray. N.B. your petitioner has been tenant to the said hospital thirty years.
- Christ's Hospital (London, England). Committee of Almoners.
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A catalogue of some exceeding fine anatomical subjects and preparations : a few surgeon's and mathematical instruments, a course of original lectures in MS. delivered by the learned Dr. Weissells, books in anatomy and osteology, Gough's Funeral monuments, with the plates, a few scarce coins, a capital gold watch, horizontal, capped and jewelled, by Hughes, a fine collection of Hogarth's prints, a number of curious antiquarian prints, an excellent foreign wood library chest of drawers and bookcase : and other valuable articles, of an eminent surgeon, deceased : which will be sold by auction, by Mr. Hutchins, at his rooms in King Street and Hart Street, Covent Garden, on Tuesday, July the 3d, 1787, at twelve o'clock : may be viewed on Monday : catalogues may be had of Mr. Hutchins.
- Hutchins, Hassil.