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    author of 'The Black Band;' 'Cartouche, or the Noble I-lighlwayman;' 'The Queen of Night, or the Secret of the Red Lodge;' 'Isabel's Vengeance, a Romance of London Life;' ' The Mysteries of Merlin's Cave,' by the author of 'Leonora, or Subscribers-only content

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    of measures for the restraining and educating of juvenile criminals, she has had, in the supervision of the famous Red Lodge Reformatory at Bristol, very favour- able opportunities for understanding the temperaments and dispositions of the classes from which most Subscribers-only content

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    the Chapel- keeper of Hurst Street Chapel. It appeared that the prisoner had been discharged fromn Miss Carpenter's, of Red Lodge Reformatory Institcition, cc, sanke for Berwiclc-on-Tweed, frona which place two years ago she lead been sent to the ]Beforinatory. Subscribers-only content

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    in one of the great metropolitan churches. TuE TWOKET-OF-LEAVE SYSTEM.-The gentlemen who were appointed at a meeting at the Red Lodge, on Friday evening last, to promote the establishment of an associa- tion for taking steps to obtain the adoption Subscribers-only content

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    of 'The Black Band;"' "Cartouche, or the Noble Highwayman ;" "The Qaeen of Night, or the Secret of the Red Lodge ," " Isabel's Vengeance, a RomaaC0o of London Life-;" "The Mysteries of Merlin's Cave, by the author of 'Leonora, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, May 1705, 01 May 1705-31 May 1705

    King's time ] the Queen is not liable to pay it, her Majesty being at no charge about this Red Lodge . [My Lord reads the ] form of circular letters to the several Governors of the Plantations for an

 

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