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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 Christ's Church Mathematick School.

    of that great Number of Boys, would tend more to the Publick Good, if it were set up in Christs Hospital, than the ordinary Course of Learning then taken with them. This grew warm upon him; and he began to

    Book 1, Chapter 26 Christ's Church Hospital. Wards. Children.

    towards that Number, taking care of at this present between Six and Seven Hundred Boys. These live partly in Christs Hospital, and partly at Nurse in Country Towns in Hertfordshire , provided with convenient Diet, Cloathing, Lodging, and Learning. And

    Book 1, Chapter 26 Bethlem Hospital.

    of one Hundred and Eleven Pounds: upon Trust, out of the Rents thereof, to pay two Hundred Pounds to Christs Hospital, (whereof he was also a Governor) and afterwards in Trust for this Hospital of Bethlem , for relief of

    Book 3, Chapter 2 [S. Antholines.] Cordwainers Street Ward.

    away in the Reign of King Charles the First ; which was per ann. 120 0 0 Paid from Christs Hospital before the Fire 16l. but since only 6 0 0 From the Mercers 6 0 0 From the Drapers

    Book 3, Chapter 4 Coleman street Ward. [Benefactors.]

    01 00 00 Walter Woodward left Mainte- nance for three poor Children of the Parish, to be educated in Christs Hospital. Tho. Barnes, Esq; per Ann. to 40 poor Housekeepers 05 00 00 Richard Winn, Esq; to the Poor for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the country, inclosing a remittance, or reference in esOiwn, promptly and falisffhflly-executcd- Chief Estafiliblshent, 401 Newcateatreet, corner of Christs Hospital. Weet End Branch, ll Oxford street, 'afew doors west of Regent street. Deliveries to-aU parts of London. D AMX Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on a variety of interest- ing Subjects. Compiled by GEORGE LUDLOW, Master of the Reading and Writing School at Christ's Hospital. Published under the Direction of the Commiittee of General Literature and Education of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vaS recahed, and the Lord ilayor and Sheriffs formally miade obeisance, and iresented the City sword and mace. Passing Christs Hospital the Royal party was heartily cheered by tihe boys. The Mansion House and principal City buildings were elaborately decorated, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aged blind, in connection i withll Christs Hospital, London, will take place in November. During the pregepc month forms of petition L can te obtained Uln written.-ipphicatiotto the clerk of I Christ's hospital. The aisnuities are of £10. each, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gtrasette" announces that a compro- mise has just been effected between the Charity Coam- nisioners 'and the Governors of Christs Hospital, wba hase the administration of the £10OO90 of excepted funds. The forrnaes hare consented to exdtend ohe presenrtation privileges Subscribers-only content

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