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Grenville, 58, Maddox Street, W 30

Hotels : —

Brighton — Norfolk Hotel ; Manager, Jules A. Creighton . . . . . . . . 8

Ilkley-in-Wharfcdale — Middeltou Hotel ; Proprietor, C. Uilly . . 9

London — Westminster Palace Hotel ; Manager, G. J. Brinkworth . . . . . . 9

Inkstand, ScRE\r Stopper:— Ed. Darke, 12, Pall Mall East, S.W 19

Insurance Offices : —

General Reversionary and Investment Company, 5, Whitehall, S.W. . . . . . . 10

Horse, Carriage, and Cattle Insurance, Chief Office, 17, Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 11

Royal Exchange Assurance, Chief Office, Royal Exchange, London .. .. .. 10

Sun Insurance Office, Chief Office, 63, Threadneedle Street, E.C 11

Institute for Nurses : — The Hanover Institute for Nurses, 22, George Street, Hanover
Square, W., and 1, Lismore Road, Eastbourne ; Matron and Proprietress, Sophia
Walker 16

Iron and Wire Fencing : — Hill & Smith, Brierley Hill Iron Works, near Dudley, Stafford-
shire ; London Show Rooms, 118, Queen Victoria Street, E.C. . . . . . . 2 3

Ladies' Riding Habits: —

Patent Safety— Wni. Sliingleton, 60, New Bond Street, W fi

Thomas <^' Sons, 32, Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, W. . . . . . . . . 7

LvMPH : — Association for the Supply of Pure Vaccine Lymph, 12, Pall Mall East, S.W. . . 19

Marquees, Tents, &c. : — Benjamin Edgington, Ltd., 2, Dnke Street, London Bridge, S.E. . . 28

Musical Boxes : — Paillard & Co., 28, Berners Street, W., and 680, Broadway, New York . . 24

Paint : — Walter Carson & Sons, Grove Works, Lombard Road, Battersea, S.W., and
Bachelor's Walk, Dublin



Photographic Apparatus, &c. : — Perken, Son & Rayment, 99, Hatton Garden,
Oxford !ttreet, London . .

Publication: — "Woman," 90, Shaftesbmy Avenue, W.

Seal Engrater, &c.: — T. Culleton, 25, Cranbouru St., W.C. . .

School of Cookery : — Mrs. A. B. Marshall, 30 and 32, Mortimer Street, W.

Watches, Clocks, &c. : — Sir John Bennett, Ltd., 65 and 64, Cheapside, E.C.

Waterproof Walls : — N. C. Szerelmey & Co., Rotherhithe New Road, S.E.. .



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ue invite Purchasers to test our Field and
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being mostly Reproductions of the rarest Antique

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Highest Award Chicago Exhibition, 1893, for Safety Sbirts.

THE TWIB^ ZEi^lTH SAFETY

WILL NOT CATCH IN THE SADDLE.




Under Her Majesty's Letters Patent, No. 16,758.

"Mr. Shixgleton in Bond Street has a patent for an excellent Habit Skirt called the 'Twin
Zenith,' it is really a marvel of ingenuity. In the saddle it looks like an ordinary habit, and indeed
hangs exceptionally well, and in case of a fall, the rider would be able to get away from her liorse
with the greatest ease, as there would be perfect freedom from anything that could possibly catch." —
From Queen, November nth.

" I was fortunately wearing your skirt on three occasions when I have had falls this winter, and
each time it acted perfectly." — Holywood.

" I am very much pleased with your Habit, and though I have tried several patents, like yours
very much better than any of the others, and believe that it has already averted, what might have
been, a serious accident." — Kedgate Ball.

" I am writing to tell you how extremely satisfied I am with your Safety Habit. I wore it out
hunting to-day ; the skirt hung perfectly. It was admired by several members of the Hunt. I do not
entertain any fears with regard to its catching in the saddle." — Lancaster Gate.

" It is with genuine pleasure that we can at last record the invention of what may honestly be
called a safety habit. Hitherto all attempts at this much-to-be-desired garment have been either
unsightly when out of the saddle, or have not fulfilled their purpose of securing safety to the wearer, if
not life. The ' Twin Zenith ' carries out both intentions." — Land and ]Vater.



INVENTOR AND SOLE MAKER



WILLIA




NGLET




60, NEW BOND STREET,



Mr. Shingleton challenges his Twin Zenith against all others, as the
most complete, non-catching safety skirt in the market.



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THOMAS & SONS'

l^idii'^g Habits

ARE UNSURPASSED FOR

and




FIT,



A List of their Moderate Charges will be sent on
application.

gPECISIci CIciOTHS FOR. IJiBlK



THOMAS & SONS,



32, BROOK STREET, GROSYENOR SQUARE, W.

Telegraphic Address :—" SPORTINGLY, LONDON."



:s EST-A-BLISHEID 1807-



COPER AND Qc

t07, VICTORIA STRsex, LONDON, S.W.




BY APPOINTMENT TO
HER MAJESTY THE aUEEN. His Imperial Majesty the Grerman Emperor.

Her Majesty the aueen of the Netherlands. His Eoyal Highness the Prince of Wales, K.(J.

AND COACHBUiLDERS TO
His Royal Highness the Duke of York. Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Fife.

His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, K,&. Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Albany.
His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught, K.G. His Rojal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, K.G.
Her Eoyal Highness the Princess Louise. Etc., Etc, Etc.

CARRIAGES OF BEST QUALITY. HIGHEST WORKMANSHIP.

FINEST MATERIALS. EXCLUSIYE DESIGNS.



Burkes Landed Gentry Advertlzer.



THE





BRIGHTON




npHE NORFOLK HOTEL.— This old-established County Family Hotel
■^ stands in the best situation in Brighton, overlooking the Esplanade, the Lawns,
and the magnificent Sea Wall Promenade. Enlarged Reading and Coffee Rooms
facing the sea. Sanitary Arrangements perfect. Elegant Passenger Lift. Pleasant
Garden in rear. Shaded Electric Light throughout. Table d'Hote at separate
tables, renowned for its Delicate Cuisine and Finest Wines.

JULES A. CREIGHTON, Manager.



Barkers Landed Geiitni Adrertizer.



ILKLEY-IN-WHARPEDALE.



Table d'Hote, separate Tables.
Excellent Wines aud Cuisine.
Every modern arrangement.

Telephone, No. 20.
Telegraphic Address :

" DiLLY — Ilkley



Cni,.A.SS -FA-ls/LXTLT^r lETOTEIL.



This commodious first-class
Hotel i; most pleasantly situ
ated in the best part of Ilklej
facing the Moors, and com
mands delightful views of the
picturesque scenery of the
valley and river Wharfe, and is
in close proximity to the famous
Bolton Abbey and Woods.

The Hotel has great facilities
for large Parties, PublicDinners,
Balls, and Wedding Breakfasts

Its accommodation comprises
a spacious and elegant Coffee
Room for Ladies and Families
Conversation Rooms, numerous
Suites of Private Apartments
good Bedrooms, Public Billiard
Room, Bath Rooms, Smoking
Rooms and Lavatories.

The Hotel stands in its
own magnificent Ornamental
Grounds, and has Tennis and
Croquet Lawns, and excellent
Stabling.

Splendid Golf Links near
the Hotel.





Tariff Dii ipphcUion to the li viictjr C. EILLY, Lat of th 11 Us H u /i/',j

THE

WE^tmin^tei' palace Hotel.

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.

Opposite Westminster Abbey.

crhis High Class Establishment having been refurnished
is now replete with every convenience, including lilts
lo etch floor, and the electric light.

Inclusive Terms from 12/- per day,

G. J. BRINKWORTH, Manatee;:



Telephone No. 3070.
Telegraphic Address-



HOSTELRY. LONDON.'



ALL PARTICULARS AS TO



ADVERTIZING IN BURKE'S LANDED GENTRY,



AND ALL WOUES PUBLISHED BY



MESSRS. HARRISON & SONS,

Can he chiained of Messu.s. George Phillips & Co., Sjle Advertisement Contractor,
CARLTON CHAMBERS, 8, REGENT STREET, LONDON, S.W,



10 Burke's Landed Gentrii Advertizer.

J^OYAL EX CHAJ^GE A SSUKAI^CE.

INCORPORATED A.D. 1720.

For SEA, FIRE, LIFE, and ANNUITIES.

Chief Office : ROYAL EXCHANGE, LONDON.



Funds in Hand nearly £4,000,000.

Claims Paid - ...... £37,000,000.



Insurances are granted against Loss or Damage by Fire on Property of almost every description,

at moderate rates.

Private Insurances. — rolicies issued for Two Years and upwards are allowed a lil)eral discount.
Losses occasioned by Lightning will be paid whether the property be set on fire or not.



x«3[:^:es.

SPECIAL FEATURES AND LATEST DEVELOPMENTS OF LIFE ASSURANCE :—

1. Settlement, Endowment, and Whole Life Policies, paying a selected income during the

life of a nominee.

2. Pensions for Old Age, returning all premiums with interest.

3. Immediate Life Assurance without Medical Examination.

4. Leasehold and Sinking Fund Policies on liberal Terms.

5. Loans on Reversions and Life Interests carried out with despatch.

E. R. HANDCOCK, Secretary.

§mw\\ |lcl)crsbiiarj| ^ |itbcstmciit Cfliiipiij).

5, WHITEHALL, LONDON, S.W.

ESTABLISHED 1836.

FURTHER EMPOWERED BY SPECIAL ACT OF PARLIAMENT, 14 and 15 VICT., CAP. 130.



DIRECTORS.

Chairman— EDWARD WALMISLEY, Esq. Depdtt-Chairman— JIAYOW WYNELL ADAMS, Esq.



George Badhatn, Esq.
Martin J. K. Becher, Esq.
William Henniker Heaton, Esq.



Herbert Charles Malkin, Esq.
William Stabbing, Esq.



AuDiTOKS— G. E. Cockram, Esq. ; John Coles, Esq. ; A. L. Savory, Esq.
Bankers — Union Bank of London, Ltd., Charing Cross. Solicitors— Messrs. Shoubridge & May, 19, Lincoln's Inn Fields.



This Company (established upwards of half a century) PURCHASES or makes LOANS upon —

Reveesionaey Interests, vested or contingent, in well secured Properti/, also

Life Interests in Possession, or in Expectation.

Loans upon Reveesions may be obtained either at an Annual Interest, or in consideration of
redeemable deferred charges, payable upon the Reversions falling in.

Present Incomes ai'e likewise advanced upon the latter principle to persons entitled to
Reversionary Interests, who may thus obtain the means of support until their property falls into
possession, without being called upon for any payment until that event.

Prospectuses and forms of Proposal may be obtained from

D. A. BUMSTED, Aclttani and Secretari/.



Burke's Landed Gentru Advertizer. 11



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THE HORSE, CARRIAGE, AND GEN ERAL IN SURANCE COMPANY, LTD.

Chief Office:

17, QUEEN YICTORIA STREET, LO NDON, E.G.

THE OLDEST AND LARGEST OFFICE in the United Kingdom for this class of Insurance.

AGENTS WANTED.
N.B.— ABSOLUTE SECURITY. PROMPT AND LIBERAL SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS.

Claims paid exceed j^io5,ooo.
A. WATERS, Managing Director. R. RIDDELL 'WILSON, Secretary.



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SURANCE OFFICE




The Oldest Purely Fire Office in the World.



Sum insured in 1892 - - £391,800,000.



Chief Office. - 63, THREADNEEDLE STREET, LONDON, EX.

AIM LUJNUUM. ^ ^Q^ Chancery Lane, W.C.



(Owned by the "Woman" Publishing Co., Limited,)

90, SHAFTESBURY AVENUE,

LONDON, W.



Published Every Wednesday D/lorning.



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THE NATIONAL REFUGES

FOR

HOMKLESS & DESTITUTE CHILDREN

AND

•*ARETHUSA" AND "CHICHESTER" TRAINING SHIPS.

INSTITUTED BY THE LATE WILLIAM WILLIAMS, 1843.

OFFICE:-164, SHAFTESBURY AVENUE, W.C.

{Formerly at 25, Great Queen Street, W.C)



THE OPERATIONS OF THE SOCIETY

CONSIST OF :

1. THE TRAINING SHIP "ARETHUSA." t Moored off Greenhithe, on

2. THE " CHICHESTER " TENDER. / the Thames.

3. THE BOYS' REFUGE, SHAFTESBURY AVENUE, W.C.

4. THE BOYS' HOME, FORTESCUE HOUSE, TWICKENHAM.

5. THE FARM SCHOOL, BISLEY, SURREY.

6. THE SHAFTESBURY SCHOOL, BISLEY.

7. THE GIRLS' HOME, SUDBURY, near Harrow.

8. THE GIRLS' HOME, EALING.

9. WORKING BOYS' HOME, FORDHAM HOUSE, SHAFTESBURY

AVENUE.

10. "ARETHUSA" and "CHICHESTER" TRAINING SHIPS' DEPOT,
100, EAST INDIA DOCK ROAD, E.



In these Homes and Ships, nearly One Thousand
Boys and Girls are fed, clothed, lodged, technically educated,
and religiously trained to become useful Men and Women.

Children are not admitted by Votes, but the Committee thoroughly investigate
each case, and, if found suitable, the applicants are promptly received.

;^i8 will pay the Expenses of a Child in the Home for one Year.

Presfdcjit—TUY. EARL OF JERSEY, G.C.M.G.

Chairman and Treasurer— SN . E. HUBBARD, Esq.

Secretary— W. BRISTOW WALLEN, Esq.

Finance and Deputation Secretary— WY.'^YC^ G. COPELAND, Esq.

Bankcrx~i:}\Y. LOXDON & WESTMINSTER BANK, 214, High Holborn, W.C.



FUNDS ARE URGENTLY NEEDED to purchase Food and Clothing
for this large family. Cheques, Postal or Post-Office Orders to be sent to Treasurer,
Secretary, Finance and Deputation Secretary, or Iilankers, as abuve.



Burke s LcmJed Gmlri/ Advevtizer,



13



THE CANCER HOSPITAL,

BFvOMP TON, LOND ON, S.W.

PATRONS.

HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY. I HIS EMINENCE CARDINAL VAUGHAN.

H IS GRACE THE DUKE of NORFOLK, K.G. 1 The MOST HON. the MARQUIS of SALISBURY K.G.




A special refuge for poor persons afiBicted with this fearful disease, WHO ABE
ADMITTED FREE, "WITHOUT LETTERS OP RECOMMENDATION". . . ■ ^

Diet required to be most generous, and treatment of the most expensive kind. The Hospital since its foundation has
given relief to upwards of 38,000 persons suffering under this terrible scourge of humanity.

No restriction is placed on the admission of Out-patients, the number of whom constantly under treatment exceeds 1,500.
Out-patients are seen on their own application daily, at 2 o'clock, except Sundays.

NE-W ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS AND DONATIONS ARE URGENTLY SOLICITED.
Treasurer— U. L. ANTROBUS, Esq., I Bankers— Messrs. COUTTS & Co., 59, Strand, London, W.C.

59, Strand, W.C. | "W". H. HUGHES, Secretary.

The following form of legacy is respectfully recommended : — "I give and bequeath unto the Treasurer for the time
being of the Cancer Hospital, situate in the Fulham Road, Brompton, London, Middlesex, the sum of
(free of legacy duty), to be applied towards carrying on the charitable designs of the said Institution.



FARNINCHAM AND SWANLEY,



Patrons : —

THEIR ROYxVL HIGHNESSES THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES.



Vice-Presidents : —



The Duke of Argyll, K.G.

The Marquis of Zetland.

The Earl of Darnley.

The Earl Stanhope.

The Earl of Strafford.

Gen. Viscount Wolseley, G.C.B.

The Lord Herschell, G.C.B.



The Lord Hillingdon.
The Lord Knutsford, G.C.M.G.
The Lord Nai'Ier and Ettrick.
George Hanburv, Esq., J. P.
Abel Smith, Esq., M.P.
Robert T. Turnbull, Esq.
John Walter, Esq., J. P.



Treasurer— W. H. Willans, Esq., 3, Copthall Buildings, E.C.
Bankers -Messrs. Smith, Pavne & S.mitils, i, Lomliard Street, E.C.



P- ^^ KOMEZiESS AND ORPHAN BOVS are from lenderest years

OwW provided with REAL HOMES, on the Cottage System, of which these Homes
were the Pioneers in England. The training given is thorough in all its branches— Religious,

Physical and Industrial.

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS AND DONATIONS for any amount will be thankfully
received at the London Offices, Bank Buildings, Ludgate Circus, E.C.



ARTHUR E. CHARLES,
WILLIAM ROBSON,



> Secretaries,



14 Buries Landed Gevtri/ Adveriizer.

Jnfant ^r^ltatt ^si|ltiut, lttlansti|ai

Patron- HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN.

This Institution maintains and educates in accordance with the principles of the Church of
England the Orphans of persons once in prosperity, from their Earliest Infancy until Fifteen
years of age.

It has recei%-ed 3,989 Fatherless Children already.

Nearly Six Hundred are in the Asylum now.

Elections are held in May and November. Sixty Children are elected annually.

Forms of Nomination can be obtained at the Office.

Nearly the whole of the Yearly Income arises from Voluntary Contributions. Asvistance is
therefore urgently needed, and will be thankfully acknowledged.

Life Subscription, for One Vote £5 5

„ Two Votes 10 10

Annual Subscription, for One Vote 10 6

„ Two Votes 110



Baiilers- — Messrs. Willi ams., Deacon., and Co., Blrchin Lane., E.C.
Offices— 100, FLEET .STREET, E.C. HENRY W. GREEN,

Secretary.

^\Ai %m\t %i%\^t% %^%%ii ^t\\uh,

INDUSTRIAL HOMES, SERVANTS' HOME, CRECHE, &c.,
YiQe Street, Clerkenwell Eoad, E.G., and Hampstead, N.W.

President: THE EIGHT HON". THE EARL OP ABERDEEN",
I THE DUKE OF ARGYLL, K.G.
Vice-Presidents ' THE EARL COMPTON, M.P.
' THE LORD KINNAIRD.
Treasurer: WILFRID A. SEVAN, Esq., 54, Lombard Street, E.C.
Bankers: Messrs. BARCLAY, BEVAN, RANSOM & Co., 54, Lombard Street, E.C ,
and 1, Pall Mall East, S.W.



Maintains and Benefits 3,500 Persons Weekly.

SUPPORTED BY VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS.
FUNDS URGENTLY NEEDED.



Contributions will be thankfully received by the Treasurer, Bankers, or by

PEREGRINE PLATT, Secretary.



FOBM OF BEQUEST,



I give and bequeath unto the Treasurer for the time being of ' The Field Lane Ragged Schools and Night

FUGES FOR THE HOMELESS,' Vine Street, Clerkenwell Read, London, the sum of*



"I
Refl , . .

for the use of the said Charity. And 1 direct the said Legacy to be paid, free of Legacy duty, out of such part of my
Personal Estate as may be legally applied in payment of Charitable Bequests."

* Tlie sum bequeathed to be expressed in words at length.



BurJces Landed Gentry Advertizer.



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The Rescue Society




(Established 1853),



79, FrNSBURY FAVIMEHT, 1,©,

Treasurer :— WILLIAM S. CARD, Esq.
Bankers :— Messrs. BARCLAY, BEVAN & Co.



OBJECTS:

THE REFORMATION OF OPENLY IMMORAL WOMEN AND THE GUARDIANSHIP

AND TRAINING OF YOUNG GIRLS EXPOSED TO DANGER.

For the carrying out of these objects Nine Homes are maintained, accommodating 250 inmates.
A small Lock Hospital is supported. Maternity cases are also received.

SIXTEEN THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIX Young Women
and Girls have already been welcomed within this "door of hope" from a course of sin, or
circumstances of great danger, and thus helped to a better life.

Funds are earnestly solicited on behalf of this Reformatoiy and Preventive work.

Contributions will be thankfully received and acknowledged by the Secretary, Mr. C.
STUART THORPE, to whom all Cheques and Money Orders (crossed " BarcijAY, Bevan & Co.")
should be made payable, and sent to the Ofiices of the Society, 79, Fixsbury Pavement,
London, E.C.

FORM OF GIFT BY WILL.

I give to the "Society for the Rescue of Young Women and Children " (here insert in words the sum of
money or othe'- property, and if it is intended add the words " free from all taxes, duties, and other expenses "), and I diren
the same to be paid to the Treasurer for the time being of the said Society, and the receipt of such Treasurer shall
be a sufficient discharge therefor.



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The object of this Institution is to give a Home or a Pension to the Merchant Sailor when

Old, Destitute and Helpless.



MANY GUINEAS
NEEDED.



EVERY GUINEA
HELPS.



Offices— i



C/mirman-ADMiKAi. Sir F. LEOPOLD McCLINTOCK, K-C.B., F.R.S.
yice-C/tairman-CAPT. DAVID MAINLAND, F.R.G.S.
Fenchurch Street, London, E.C. Secretary— W . E. DENNY.



l(i Btu'left Ijtoulcd CI entry Adrotlcc):

TB? £X IEm

HANOVER INSTITUTE lor NURSES

22, George Street, Hanouer Square, London, I/I/.,
and 1, Lis mo re Road, Eastbourne.



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^efegrame —
"EASINESS, LONDON." "EASINESS, EASTBOURNE."

SOPHIA WALKER (Certificated Medical and Surgical Nurse, Diploraee, L.O.S.),

Mat7'on and Proprietress.

Supplies the public with reliable Hospital-trained Nurses.

The Staff reside on the premises. Within ten minutes of the receipt of a
telegram a Nurse can be on her way to the case.

All Nurses from infectious cases reside in a separate Home.

Applications, stating nature of the illness and any particulars which might assist
in the selection of a Nurse, to be made to either of the above addresses.

TERMS per Week or part of a Week.

Medical Cases £2 2

Surgical „ 2 2

Mental, Massage, Fever, and all Infectious Cases ... 3 3

Accouchement (the Month) 10 10

Travelling expenses, and 2/6 per week for washing, to be paid to the Nurse.

1£:ST^^BLISH:EIZ) 1857.

FRIE NDLESS AND FAL LEN.

London Female Preventive and Reformatory Institntion.

OFFICES : 200, EUSTON ROA.D, W.W.
Patron— RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF ABERDEEN. Treasurer-THOMAS SALT, Esq.
The following Homes are sustained by the General Funds of this Society :

PREVENTIVE HOMES.

459, HOLLOWAY ROAD, N., for Friendless Young Women of good Character.
461, HOLLOWAY ROAD, N. i „ . . ^ „ „ r- • .ji r- 1

7, PARSON'S GREEN, S.W. \ Trammg Home for Friendless Girls.

RESCUE HOMES.

200, EUSTON ROAD, N.W. I 35, EDEN GROVE, HOLLOWAY.

MILTON HOUSE, BROMPTON. | 5, PARSON'S GREEN, FULHAM.

OPEN-ALL-NI GHT REFUGE, 37, MANCHESTER S TREET, W.C.

These HOMES and REFUGES provide accommodation for 240 inmates.

7,000 Meals (al)out) have to be provided every week.

Nearly 40,000 Young Women and Girls have l)een admitted since 1857.

The benefits conferred are aljsolutely free.

Neither creed, class, nor country is a barrier to admission.

IMMEDIATE HELP is given to all suitable cases applying at any time.

The Committee are in URGENT NEED of INCREASED FUNDS to extend this mission of
mercy, and respond to the numerous applications for help. Reports, &c., on application.

DONATIONS may be sent to the B.ankers, Lloyds Bank, Limited, 54, St. James's Street,
S.W., or to the Secretary, WILLIAM J. TAYLOR. Office: 200, FauIou Road, London, N.W.

Cheques, and Post OCBce Orders payable at General Offic, should be crossed.

FORM OF BEQUEST.

"I give and bequeatli to the Treasurer of the Lcndon Female Preventive and Eeformatory Institution to be
applied towards the benevolent purposes of the Institution, the sum of £ , tu be paid free of Legacj' Duty,

out of such part of my personal Estate as by law is applicable to the payment of Charitable Legacies."



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