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ing Female Medical Aid to the
Women of, 353, 453

, Zenana Bible and Medical Mis-
sion in, 356

Indigent Blind Visiting Society, Red
Lion Square, 426

Industrial Exhibition, West Linton,

439

Home, Brisbane, 458

for Girls, Sloane Street,

London, 375

School, Drogheda, 444

Society at Golspie, 303

Infants' Home, Sydney, 339, 456
Infidelity in Christian lands, 65
Intemperance in Christian lands, 65
Invalid Children's Aid Association,

Buckingham Street, London, 375
Ipswich, Queensland, Ladies' Benevo-
lent Association, 458
Ireland, Girls' Friendly Society in, 440

, Lace-making in, 441

, Philanthropic work of women in,

228-247

, Work of women in, 440-451

Irish Association for Promoting the

Training and Employment of Women,

Royal, 441
Ladies' Work Society, Kingstown,

234, 441
Peasant women's work, 441



474



Index.



Irish village industries, 441

Ironmongers Company, Gifts to the
ironwork class at Drayton, Somer-
set, 306

Ironwork Class, Drayton (Somerset),
Beaten, 434

Irreligion in Christian lands, 65

Italy, Waldensian Church Missions in,
454

Jameson, Miss Alice, Report of, on St.

Mary's Training Home, Netting

Hill, London, 389
Janes, Miss Emily, on the associated

work of women in religion and

philanthropy, 131-148
, Report of, on Ladies' Associations

for the Care of Girls, 383
Jazdowska, Miss M. M., Report of, on

the Ladies' Work Society, Sloane

Street, London, 397
Jewish care of children, 43

Charity, 143

Ladies' Loan Society, 143

schools and penny dinners, 20

working guilds, 43

Jews, Philanthropic work among the,

404
Jones, Agnes, Florence Nightingale on,

253

, superintendent of the Brownlow
Hill Workhouse Infirmary, Liver-
pool, 253, 272

Jones, Mrs. E. Cadman, Report of, on
Miss Sheppard's Annuitants' Homes,
398

Journal of the Workhouse Visiting So-
ciety, 269

Kaiserwerth, 138

Keane, Miss, Report of, on lace-making

at Cappoquin, 451
Keith, Agnes, Report of, on the Lady

Musgrove Lodge, Brisbane, 459
Kensington Polytechnic, 308
Kenward, Miss, and the Girls' Letter

Guild, Birmingham, 381
Keswick Industrial School of Art and

the Ruskin Linen Factory, 310, 436
Kidbrook Preventive Home for Girls,

Blackheath, London, 383
Kindergarten Home for Destitute and

Deserted Children, Epsom, 375



King, Miss Gertrude J., Report of, on
the Society for Promoting the Em-
ployment of Women, 392

Kingsbury, Lizzie, Report of, on the
Industrial Home, Brisbane, 458

Kinnaird, Hon. Emily, Report of, on
the Young Women's Christian As-
sociation, 386

, Lady, 39, 88

, Report of, on the Factory

Helpers' Union, 380

Kinsey, Mrs., Report of, on the Train-
ing College for Teachers of the Deaf,
Baling, 427

Kirk, Mrs., Report of, on the Cripples'
Nursery for Boys and Girls, 371

, Mrs. John, Report of, on

Women's Work in the Ragged
School Union, 414

Knightly, Lady, ofTFawsley, Report
of, on the Ladies' Sanitary Associ-
ation, 436

Knitting Industry, Valencia Island,

232, 451

Industry at Carna, Connemara,

294

at Carrick, 293

in " the Rosses," 294 "

Knutsford, Lady, Report of, on the
Society for Promoting the Return of
Women as Poor-Law Guardians,
422

Labour, increasing division of, 301
Lace-making at Cappoquin, Co. Water-
ford, 231, 451

at Newtownbarry, Co. Wexford,

231, 450

at the Convent of Our Lady of

Mercy, Holy Cross, Killarney, 230

at the Convent of Poor Clares,

Kenmare, 230

at the Convent of the Sisters of

St. Louis, Carrickmacross, 230

in Ireland, 441
in Limerick, 231

at the Presentation Convent,

Youghal, 451

School and Lace Industry at the
Convent of the Poor Clares, Ken-
mare, Co. Kerry, 446

School at Cranneld, Bucks, 438

School, Limerick, 447



Index.



475



Lace-making, Youghal, 230

, Pillow, Industry in Northampton-
shire, Buckinghamshire, and Bedford-
shire, 438

Ladies' Association for the Care of
Friendless Girls, 42, 383

Association for the Promotion of

Female Education among the Hea-
then, 357

Association for Useful Work,

Birmingham, 312

Benevolent Association, Ipswich,

Queensland, 458

Benevolent Society, 407

, Toowoomba, Queensland,

459

Clergy Homes for, Paddington,

396

Council of Education, 129

Self-Help Institute Fund, 396

Guild, 74

Guilds, 74

Guild, Theatrical, 77

Help for Poor, 396-399

Home, Abbey Road, St. John's

Wood, London, 397
Home of Rest, Winterslow House,

Weymouth, 397
Humane Education Committee of

the Royal Society for the Prevention

of Cruelty to Animals, 330

Irish Association, Dublin, 441

Luther Memorial Hall, Ledbury

Road, London, 397
, Miss Sheppard's Annuitants'

Homes, 398

, Mrs. Dalison's Guild for Im-
poverished Irish, 398
Needlework Guilds, 74, 128

Needlework Guild, Diocese of

Ripon, 76, 424

Royal Homes for, London, 398

Samaritan Society, in connection

with the National Hospital for the
Paralyzed and Epileptic, 426

Sanitary Association, 311, 437

1 Dublin, 238

Work Society, 397

, Sloane Street, London,

397

Working Guild, 399

Lambton, Lady Victoria, on Philan-
thropic Aspects of Nursing, 206-215



Lamington, Lady, Report of, on the
North St. Pancras Children's Holi-
day Fund, 376

Lancet Commission on sick in work-
houses, 278

Landport, Welcome Mission at, 163

Lankester, Miss Ray, Report of, on the
National Health Society, 437

Laundry work, 318

Leather, Miss A. F., Report of, on the
Invalid Children's Aid Association,
Buckingham Street, London, 375

Leaton, Colonial Training School at,
89

Lees, Miss Florence. See Craven, Mrs.
Dacre

Leonard, Mrs. Selfe, Report of, on the
Bible-Women's Mission, 400

Report of, on the Nurses con-
nected with the Bible-Women's
Mission, 428

Libraries, old-fashioned, xvi.

Lidgett, Miss E. S., on Women as
Guardians of the Poor, 248-264

Limerick Lace School, 447

Lindley Wood, Wharfedale, navvies at,
92

Lindsey, B., Report of, on lace-
making, 441

Linen Industry at Keswick, 310

weaving at Skibbereen, 229

Lisnagary, Co. Limerick, wood-carv-
ing at, 233, 447

Literary Guild, 74

Little Gidding, the " Protestant Nuns "

of, 134

Sisters of the Poor, Portobello

Road, London, 418

Liverpool Technical College, 318
Lloyd, Miss, 277

Report of, on the Church of

England Women's Missionary As-
sociation, 454

Local Government Board, 250
Lodging-house Work in London, 406
London and Brighton Convalescent

Home, Brighton, 391

Needlework Guild, 84

Pupil Teachers' Association :

Girls' Division, 384
, the centre of English life and

civilization, 120
Wesleyan Methodist Mission, 406



476



Index.



Londonderry and North- West of Ireland
Home for Women, 238, 448

District Nursing Society, 448

, Temperance movement in, 241,

449

Loretta Nuns, 133

Lucas, Miss, Report of, on the Flegg
Band of Mercy Union, 435

Lupton, Miss Mary G., Report of, on
the Gentlewomen's Self-Help Insti-
tute Fund, 396

Luther Memorial Hall, Ledbury Road,
London, 397

Lyall, Miss, Report of, on the Clergy
Ladies' Homes, Paddington, 396

Macaulay, Catherine, 229

McConnell, Mrs. D. C., Report of, on
the Hospital for Sick Children, Bris-
bane, 458

McDonnell, Miss, Report of, on penny
dinners in Dublin, 445

Macgrath, Miss S. E., Report of, on
the Kindergarten Home for Desti-
tute and Deserted Children, Epsom,

375

Machinery, Effects of application of,

301
Maclnnes, Miss, Report of, on St.

Andrew's Orphan Home, 376
Mackenzie, Hon. Mrs. Muir, on

Women's Work for Animals, 329-

333

Macpherson, Miss, 90

, and emigration, 8

, Report of, on the Home of In-
dustry for Destitute Children, Bethnal

Green, London, 374
, Report of, on Work among Poor

Widows in East London, 393
Madeira, Sailors' Rest at, 176
Magdalen Asylum at High Park, near

Dublin, 238
Malleson, Mrs. Frank, on Philanthropic

Aspects of Nursing, 206-215
, Report of, on the Rural District

Branch of Queen Victoria's Jubilee

Institute for Nurses, 429
Malta, Soldiers' and Sailors' Home,

I 7 6
Mander, Mrs., Report of, on the

Orphan Training Home, Wolver-

hampton, 376



Manor-house and charity, xv.

, a training-school for young

servants, xv.
Marjoram, Wild, 213
Marsden, Miss Kate, 223
Marsh, Miss, and the navvies at

Beckenham, 98, 106-110
, Report on her work among the

navvies at Beckenham, 409
Marshall, Miss, Report of, on St.

Monica's Home Hospital, Brondes-

bury Park, London, 377
Marshman, Alice, Report of, on the

London and Brighton Female Con-
valescent Home, Brighton, 391
Martin, Miss Frances, Report of, on

the College for Working Women,

Fitzroy Street, London, 433

, Sarah, 134

Martineau, Dr. James, letter from,

418

Martin's Act, 329
Mary Wardell Convalescent Home for

Scarlet Fever, Stanmore, Middlesex,

429

Mason, Miss Charlotte, 280
Maternity Hospital, Clapham, 221
Mathildis, 72
Maude, Miss A. E., and her ironwork

class at Dray ton, Somerset, 305
, Report of, on the Drayton

(Somerset) Beaten ironwork class,

434
Meath, Countess of, on the Brabazon

Employment Scheme, 260
Meath, Co., Women's Work in, 449
Meinertshagen, Alice L. M., Report

of, on the Royal Homes for Ladies,

London, 398
Melbourne, Charitable Institutions in,

338

, Ladies' Benevolent Society, 336

Melville, Lady, and the North St.

Pancras Working Guild, 76
, Report of, on the North St.

Pancras Working Guild, 425
Menzies, Mrs. Stephen, Report of, on

the Gordon Hall and Mildmay

Boarding-House, Liverpool, 382
Mercer, Mary, 228
Meredith, Mrs., 138, 139, 277
, Report of Institutions conducted

by, 394



Index.



477



Merington, Miss, first woman guardian

of the poor, 251
Metropolitan and National Nursing

Association, 218
Association for Befriending Young

Servants, 35, 88, 255, 270, 274, 384
Tabernacle; Women's Work,

407
Middleton Industrial School, Co.

Armagh, 449
Midwives' Institute and Trained Nurses'

Club, 276
Mildmay, 138

deaconesses, 220

institutions, 408

and dinners for children, 20

Milman, Mrs., on visiting hospitals,

381

Ministering Children's League, 278
Minna, Sister, Report of, on the Mission

to the fisher-folk, 402
Mirabeau, Memorable saying of, 66
Mission Homes and Ragged School,

Dublin, 445

ladies, Canon Body's, 136

to the fisher-folk, 402

Mission-women, parochial, 140
Mission Work, Albert Docks, London,

375

Missions to Seamen Society, 175
Molesworth, Mrs., on " Food, Fun, and

Fresh Air " for the little ones, 13-34
Montagu, Lady, of Beaulieu, Report of,

on the Parochial Mission Women's

Association, 411
Montague, Mrs. Annie, and the Brix-

ton Orphanage for Fatherless Girls,

8
, Report of, on the Brixton

Orphanage for Girls, 369
Moravian Church, Woman's Work in

the British Province of the, 409

sisters, 137

More, Hannah, 134

, and her work in the Mendip

villages, 5

Mothers' Home, East End, 22O
" Mothers in Council," 70

, influence of, 67

meetings and ragged schools, 83

, responsibilities of, 65-71

Union, 65, 67, 70, 117, 122, 278,

409



Mothers' Union, objects of, 68

Union Journal, 70

Union, Scotland, 142

Mount Hermon Girls' Orphan Homes,
Cambridge Avenue, Kilburn, Lon-
don, 375

Mountmellick embroidery, 230, 449

Moyes, Mrs. T. F., Report of, on
Lodging-House Work in London,
406

Mulholland, Rosa, See Gilbert, Mrs.
John T.

Munster Dairy and Agricultural School,
233. 449

Napoleon on education, 67

National Association for Supplying

Female Medical Aid to the Women

of India, 353, 453

Central Office. See Society for

Promoting Female Welfare

Health Society, 312, 437

Union for Improving the Edu-
cation of Women, 277

for the Technical Education

of Women in Domestic Sciences, 318

of Women Workers, 148,

400

Vigilance Association, 153

Navvies at Beckenham, 106-1 10

at Lindley Wood, Wharfedale,

92

at Swinstey, 99

work among the, at Beckenham,

409

Navvy Mission Society, 92-105, 410
Navy, work in the Royal, 432
Nazareth, French philanthropy at, 358
Needlework Association, Alford, 77

at the Soho Club, 51

, Guernsey Society for Supplying,

to the Respectable Poor, 77, 424
Guild, 75, 279

Guild, Berkshire and Bucking-
hamshire, 76, 424

Guild, diocese of Ripon, Ladies',

76, 424

Guild, Isle of Wight, 76

Guilds, Ladies', 74, 128

Guild, Lady Wolverton's, 424

Guild, London, 84

, Royal School of Art, 224-227,

280



478



Index.



Newberry, Miss E. F., Report of, on
the Home for Blind Children, Kil-
burn, 426

New South Wales, Evidences of
Women's Work in, 457

, Female School of Industry, 342

, Philanthropy in, 339

, Queen's Jubilee Fund, 456

, St. Joseph's Hospital for Con-
sumptives, Paramatta, 456

, The Sacred Heart Hospice for

the Dying, Darlinghurst, 456

New Zealand, Homes for Fallen Girls
and Women, 461

, Philanthropic societies in, 461

Niagara, training-house at, 90

Nicholas, St., of Myra, 26

Nightingale, Florence, 79, 138, 1 60,
206, 216

, on Sick-nursing and Health-
nursing, 184-205

, "The Lady with the Lamp,"

xvii.

Training Institute for Nurses, 216

Ningpo, Boarding-school at, 352

Norfolk, County of, Old Doles and
Charities in the, 421

Northamptonshire, Pillow-lace industry

in, 437
Northern Union of Domestic Economy,

129

of Schools of Cookery, 321

North St. Pancras Children's Holiday

Fund, 31
Norwich, xvii.
Nurses, 364
, Association for Providing Trained,

to Workhouses, 218

, Charles Dickens on, 206

connected with the Bible- Women's

Mission, 429

, Discipline in training, 187

Home at Fakenham, Norfolk, 429

, Requisites of a good training-
school for, 187
, Rural District Branch of Queen

Victoria's Jubilee Institute for, 430

. , training of, 186, 200
, Westminster Training-School for,

219
Nursing, 216-223, 276, 428-430

, an art, 186

Association, Cottage, 221



Nursing Association, Metropolitan and

National, 218

Corps, Guernsey, 424

district, 199, 209

, Home Nursing Work among the

Sick Poor, 428
institutions, 119

, James Hinton on, 206

, Londonderry District Society,

448

, Ockley System for, 222

, Philanthropic aspects of, 206-215

, Society, East London, 218

the sick, 184-205

, What it is, 186

O'Beirne, Sister, Report of, on Train-
ing-Schools of the Convent of Our
Lady of Mercy, St. Patrick's, Sligo,

451

O'Connell, Eliza E., Report of, on the
Girls' Friendly Society in Queens-
land, 458

, Report of on the Lady Bowen

Lying-in Hospital, Brisbane, 459

One Tun Schools, Westminster Build-
ings, London, 410

Onward and Upward Association,
Scotland, 142

Ormerod, Miss, and her "Notes for
Observations on Injurious Insects,"
326

, and her Work in Agricultural

Entomology, 323-328

Orphan Association, The, 9

Orphanage, Mrs. Smyly's Birds' Nest,

237

of the Sacred Heart Home,

Drumcondra, Dublin, 238

of the Sisters of the Holy Faith,

Glasnevin, Dublin, 237
Orphans, Brixton Orphanage for Girls,

370

Home, Austral Street, West

Square, London, 376

, Home for Female, Grove Road,

St. John's Wood, 573
, Home for Girls, Babbicombe,

Torquay, 373

, Homes at Headingly, Leeds, 372

, Mount Hermon Girls' Homes,

Kilburn, London, 375
, St. Andrew's Home, 376



Index.



479



Orphan Training Home, Wolverhamp-

ton, 376
Our Lady of Charity, Refuges for

Women of the Order of, 418
Our Lady of Mercy, Convent of, Holy

Cross, Killarney, 446
, Convent of, St. Marie's of the

Isle, Cork, 444
, Convent of, St. Patrick's, Sligo,

451

, Sisters of Charity of, 418

" Our Work," 135

Palestine, French Philanthropy in, 358

, Philanthropic work in, 358

Papillon, Mrs., Report of, on the

Church of England Women's Help

Society, 390
Parents' National Educational Union,

129, 280, 315, 437
Parochial Mission Women's Association,

Buckingham Street, Strand, 411
Parry, Mrs., Report of, on the Mount

Hermon Girls' Orphan Homes, Kil-

burn, London, 375

Peace Cottage, Heronsgate, Herts, 388
Pearman, Mrs., Report of, on the Ladies'

Samaritan Society, in connection with

the National Hospital for the Para-
lyzed and Epileptic, 426
Pearson, Mrs. Adam, Report of, on the

Home of Rest for the Aged Poor,

Portobello, 420
Pease, Mrs. Henry, and the Orphan

Home at Cockerton, near Darling-
ton, 379

Pennefather, Mrs., 138, 139
, Report of, on the Mildmay

Institutions, 408
Penny dinners, Cork, 241, 443

, in Dublin, 241, 445

Perry, Mrs., Report of, on the Bristol

and Clifton Association for the

Employment of Blind Women and

Girls, 425
Petrie, Miss Mary L. G., on serving

one another, 300-316
Philanthropic work carried on by

ladies, 412
work in the British Colonies

and the East, 334-360
Philanthropy, Associated work of

women in, 131-148



Phillpotts, Miss, Report of, on the
Torquay Working Boys' Institute, 439

Pinner. See Harrow.

Flatten, Mrs., Report of, on the Illumi-
nated Text Mission, 451

Plymouth Sailors' Rest, 170

Police Courts Birmingham, Lady-
visitor's work in, 389

Polytechnics, 53

Ponsonby, Mrs., Report of, on the
Garry Hill Cottage Industry, 446

Poole, Mrs. Ward, and the temperance
movement in Londonderry, 241

Poor Law Guardians, Society for
Promoting the Return of Women
as, 422

Poor Sisters of Nazareth, 418

Porter, Miss, Report of, on Girls' Letter
Guild, 381

Portman Chapel Work Society for the
Encouragement of Industry, 391

Portsea, Sailors' Welcome at, 163

Portsmouth Soldiers' Institute, 160, 430

Powles, C. T. Report of, on Philan-
thropic Societies in New Zealand, 461

Presbyterian Female Effort Associa-
tion, 412

Princess, Christina, of Margate, 73

Princess Frederica's Home for Mothers
and Infants, 391

Princess of Wales's Technical School,
at Sandringham, 307, 438

Prisons, Lady-visitors in, 405

Providence Technical Woollen Manu-
factory, Fox ford, 229

Purcell, Elizabeth H., Report of, on the
Ladies' Irish Association, 441

Quakerism, 140

Queen, The, ix. xx.

Queen Anne's Bounty, xx.

Queen Elizabeth's Law for the Poor, xx:

Queen's Jubilee Fund, New South

Wales, 456

Queen's Jubilee Institute, 209
Queen Victoria's Jubilee Institute for

Nurses, Rural District Branch of, 430
Queensland Girls' Friendly Society,,

348, 458
, Ladies' Benevolent Society, 342

Ragged School, Guernsey, 425
Union, 84



480



Index.



Ragged School, Women's work in, 414
Schools, and mothers' meetings,

83

, Teaching in, 81

, Temperance work in, 8l

, Woman's work in, 79-86

Ranyard, Mrs., 220
Ratcliff Highway, London, 153
Rathbone, Mr. William, and philan-
thropic nursing, 209
Rawnsley, Mrs. Hardwicke, 310
Recreative Evenings Association, 50,

279
Evening Schools Association,

308, 440

Reeves, Miss H. H., Report of, on the
cottage hand-loom industry, Cork,

443

Reformatory and Refuge Union, Char-
ing Cross, 149

Religion, Associated work of women
in, 131-148

Repousse-work classes at Torquay and
Bournemouth, 306

Rescue work among women, 149-159

Richardson, Mrs., Report of, on the
St. John's Wood Institute, Y.W.C.A.,
388

Richmond Home, Worthing, 429

Ripon, Diocese of, Ladies' Needle-
work Guild, 76

Roberts, Miss Dorothea, and her knit-
ting industry in " the Rosses," 294

, Report of her work among the

" Rosses," 450

, Mrs., Report of, on the Pillow-
lace Industry in Northamptonshire,
Buckinghamshire, and Bedfordshire,

437

Robinson, Miss, and her work among
soldiers, 160

Rogers, Mrs., and her work among the
Irish peasants, 290

, and her work at Carna, Con-

nemara, 293

, Report of, on Irish peasant

women's work, 441

, Report of, on Irish village in-
dustries, 441

Roman Catholic Church, Charity in
connection with the, 417

" Rosses," the, and its knitting in-
dustry, 294



"Rosses," Miss Roberts's work among
the, 450

Rosslyn Weary Toilers' Rest, Brent-
wood, Essex, 391

Rothschild, Lady de, Report of, on
the Destitute Children's Dinner
Society, 371

Rowcliffe, Miss Louie, Report of, on
the Cabmen's Shelter, London Road
Station, Manchester, 419

Royal Female Philanthropic Society,

389

Homes for Ladies, London, 398

Irish Association for Promoting

the Training and Employment of
Women, 234

Naval Christian Union, 173

Naval Temperance Society, 169,

173

School of Art Needlework, 224-

227, 280
Rural Nursing Association, 119, 123,

209

Ruskin Linen Factory, 436
Russell, Lady Rachel, 133
, Sister Mary E., Report of, on

the Sewing School, Convent of

Mercy, Newry, 450
Rye, Miss, and emigration, 89

Sacred Heart Hospice for the Dying,
Darlinghurst, New South Wales, 456
Sailors, work among, 166-177, 43 2
St. Agatha's Home, Bartlow, Cam-
bridgeshire, 376

St. Andrew's Orphan Home, 376
St. Catharine of Sienna, 133
St. Chad's Children's Home, Heading-
ley, Leeds, 46, 376
St. John's Home, Brighton, 377
St. John's Home of Rest for Working

Women, East Molesey, 392
St. John's House, Norfolk Street,

Strand, 217
St. John's Wood Institute of the

Y.W.C.A., 388
St. Joseph's Hospital for Consumptives,

Paramatta, N.S.W., 456
St. Joseph's Orphanage, Dundalk, 445
St. Jude's Home, Chelsea, 377
St. Katherine, Royal Hospital of, 276
St. Marylebone Home for Incurables,
392



Index.



481



St. Mary's Training Home, Netting

Hill, London, 389
St. Monica's Home Hospital, Brondes-

bury Park, London, 377
St. Pancras, North, Children's Holiday

Fund, 376

, , Working Guild, 425

St. Theresa, 133

St. Thomas's Diocesan Home, Basing-

stoke, 395

Si. Vincent de Paul, Order of, 133, 137
St. Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, 457
Sala, Mrs. George Augustus, on

Working Guilds and Work Societies,

72-80

Salvation Army, 141
, Laundry and factory visiting,

151

, Rescuing medium of, 151

Sandringham, Princess of Wales's

Technical School at, 307, 438
Sands, Miss, and her work among the

soldiers, 163

Sanitation among villagers, 211
Santa Claus Society and Home, High-
gate, 26, 377
School, Halstead Industrial, 382

, Housewifery, at Govan, 47

of Industry, Female, New South

Wales, 342

of the Sisters of Mercy, St. Marie

of the Isles, Cork, 235

, Training, Cork Workhouse, 236

, Training, of the Sisters of

Charity, Stanhope Street, Dublin,

235

Schools, Teaching in Ragged, 8 1

, Temperance work in Ragged, 81

, Woman's work in Ragged, 79-

86

Scotch Navvy Mission, 104

Scott, Miss R., Report of, on the Hand-
sewing Industry, in Castlefinn, Co.
Donegal, 442

Seamen's Institutes, 175

Sellers, Miss Edith, Report of, on
Mrs. John Elder's work at Govan,

437

, Report of, on the Keswick In-
dustrial School of Art, and the
Ruskin Linen Factory, 436

, Report of, on Women's Work

for the Welfare of Girls, 35-48



Senior, Mrs. Nassau, 9, 36

, Inspector of Workhouses and

District Schools, 254, 269
Servant-Girls' Home, Derby Lodge,

Dalston Lane, London, 385
Servants' Home, Little, Stroud, 310
, Metropolitan Association for

Befriending Young, 35, 255, 270,

274. 384
Training Institution for, Clapham,

Surrey, 385
Sewell, Miss, Report of, on the

Women's University Settlement,

Southwark, 413
Sewing, Broomloan Classes for, at

Govan, Glasgow, 309
, Hand-, Industry, in Castlefinn, Co.

Donegal, 231, 232, 442
School, Convent of Mercy, Newry,

Co. Down, 450
Shaftesbury, Earl of, xix., 415
, and the Ragged School move-
ment, 80

Shantung, China, Women's work in, 357
Sheppard's, Miss, Annuitants' Homes,

398
Shipwrecked Mariners' Society,

Woman's work in connection with

the, 417

" Shut-ups," The, 128
Sickness, What it is, 186
Sick-Nursing, Florence Nightingale

on, 184-205

Sick-women, London, in 1457, 73
Sieveking, Dr. Edward, on training

nurses, 268
Simpson, Miss E. D., Report of, on

the Ladies' Home, Abbey Road,

St. John's Wood, London, 397
Sinclair, Mrs., and her work in

Donegal, 232
, Report of, on Work among the

Peasants in Donegal, /\/\/\
Sisterhood at Broadstairs, 135
Sisterhoods, 118, 135, 137, 144, 217,

273
Sisters of Charity, Ireland, 228

of Our Lady of Mercy, 418

of St. Paul, Selly Park,

Birmingham, 418
of St. Vincent de Paul, in

Great Britain and Ireland, 418

, Sydney, 341

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Sisters of the Church, Kilburn, 135

of Mercy, 418

, Ireland, 229

of the Most Holy Cross and

Passion, Schools, etc., in charge of

the, 418

of Notre Dame in England, Edu-
cational work carried on by the,

418
of St. Louis, Carrickmacross, Co.

Monaghan, 442

of St. Peter, 217

of the People, 43, 273, 407

Smith, Miss L., Report of, on the

Evangelical Girls' School, Figueras,

Spain, 460
Smith-Heriz, Miss F., Report of, on

theY.W.C.A. branch at Worthing,

388
Smyly, Miss, Report of, on the Dublin

Mission Homes and Ragged School,



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