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"The Charity for the Houseless Poor affords
nightly shelter and sustenance to the absolutely destitute working- classes, who
are suddenly thrown out of employment by inclement weather. The asylum
accommodates 600 persons; the amount of relief afforded in night-lodging is one
and a half millions, and in rations of bread over three and a half millions.
"The charities for relief of specific distress comprehend one for accidents, two for widows, several for relief of small debtors, three for distressed sailors, one for Scotch, one for foreigners, two for French, one for Germans, one for Poles - making over seventeen, with an aggregate income of 30,000l., two-thirds of which are raised by annual subscriptions. The Jewish miscellaneous charities comprise over· twenty-five institutions, with an average income of about 12,000l. There are over twenty for the benefit of needlewomen, servants, and other industrious classes, and for aiding emigration, with an aggregate income of about 10,000l. a year, the result of subscriptions. There are six Benevolent Pension Societies, with about 600 pensioners. There are six requiring specific claims, with between 600 and 700 pensioners, of about 24,000l. a year, half of which is raised by subscriptions. There are fifteen for granting aid to aged and necessitous clergymen and ministers, and their families, possessing about 36,000l. a year, half of which results from subscriptions. We must specially note here the 'Friend of the Clergy Corporation,' whose benevolent objects are much crippled by the inadequacy of its income. There are thirty-two professional and trade benevolent societies, which spend about 54,000l. a year. The City Companies are also intrusted with large funds, the amount of which it is difficult to ascertain
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Charities,—The following are the principal Charities, with their objects, according to
official returns furnished at the Editor's request by their respective secretaries. The
Charities omitted are those from which his request for information has failed to elicit any
ANNUITANTS' HOMES Soc., letter to Miss Sheppard, 27 Hereford-rd, W. Gratuitous homes gentlewomen
ARCHBISHOP TENISON'S SCHOOLS, Head Master, Leicester-square. Boys St. Martin's & St.James's
ARMOURERS AND BRAZIERS' COMP. ALMSHOUSES Clerk, 81, Coleman-st
ARMY& NAVY PENSIONERS' EMPLOYMENT Soc., Chair.,44 Charing-cross. To procure situations for all pensioners of good character.
ARNEWAY'S CHARITY, daily, betw. 10 and 3, 9, Victoria-chambers, S.W. To lend to poor occupiers, &c
ARTISTS' ORPHAN FUND, Secretary, 24, Old Bond-street. Education of artists' orphans
ASYLUM FOR FATHERLESS CHILDREN, Sec., 6, Finsbury-place-south
BAKERS' COMPANY'S ALMSHOUSES, Clerk, 16, Harp-lane, Tower-street..
BAPTIST ANNUITY FUND, Sec., 19, Castle-street, Holborn
BAPTIST BUILDING FUND, Secretary, 29, Castle-street, Holborn. To assist to build chapels.
BAPTIST COLLEGE, Secretary, near North-gate, Regent's-park. Students for Baptist ministry.
BAPTIST FUND (PARTICULAR), Secret~, 19, Castle-street, Holborn. For ministers, and churches.
BAPTIST HOME AND IRISH MISSIONS, Secretary, 29, Castle-st, Holborn
BAPTIST MISSIONARY, Secretary, 59, Castle-street, Holborn
BAPTIST PASTORS' COLLEGE, Pres., Metro. Tabernacle, Newington
BAPTIST TRACT SOCIETY, Secretary, 3, Bolt-court, Fleet-street
BARTHOLOMEW'S (ST.) HOSPITAL SAMARITAN FUND, Smithfield. Patients leaving hospital.
BATTERSEA TRAINING COLLEGE, Principal, Terrace House, Battersea.. Masters for church schools.
BAYSWATER EVENING HOME, Apsley House, Bayswater
BENEVOLENT BLUES, Sec., 85, Tufnell-park-rd, and Kennan's Hotel. For the relief of "Old Blues" i.e. of persons educated in Christ's Hospital, their widows and orphans
BENEVOLENT OR STRANGERS' FRIEND SOCIETY, 7, Exeter Hall. Sick poor of London
BLIND, ASSOCIATION FOR WELFARE OF THE, Manager 28 Berners-st. Employment and teaching trades
BLIND, BRITISH & FOREIGN Assoc, Hon. Sec., 33, Cambridge-square, W. Education and employment
BLIND, CHRISTIAN RELIEF, Hon. Sec., 59, Burdett-road, E. Pensions 5s. per mth., 25. 6d. wk.
BLIND, HETHERINGTOH'S CHARITY TO AGED, October, Christ's Hospital. Pensions of £10 a year
BLIND, HOME FOR CHILDREN, Miss Newbury, 127, Portsdown-road, W. Train blind children
BLIND, HOME TEACHING FOR THE, Sec., 34, New Bridge-sc, Blackfriars. Teaching blind at own homes
BLIND, HUMSTON'S CHARITY, Clerk, Vestry Office, St. Botolph, E. St. Botolph (Aldgate), St John (Wapping), St. Paul (Shadwell)
BLIND, INDIGENT VISITING, Secretary, 27, Red Lion-square, W.C. Visits, relieves, and educates blind poor
BLIND, LONDON Soc. FOR TEACHING, Sec Up. Avenue-rd, Regent's-pk. On Lucas's system
BLIND, MAN'S FRIEND, Treasurer, 34, Savile-row Pensions of £12, £16 or £20
BLIND, MISSION TO THE, Superintendent, 140, Southwark-bridge-road..
BLIND, POOR RELIEF, Hon. Sec., 48, Hunter-st, & 255, Gray's-inn-rd, W.C. Homes, bread, meat, grocery, coals, pensions, employment clothes, and casual relief. Unsectarian
BLIND, PROTESTANT PENSION, Hon. Sec., 3, Bartholomew-lane, E.C... Pensions of £12, £9, and £6
BLIND, ROYAL NORMAL COL. & ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Prin., Up. Norwood. Education, general and musical
BLIND, SCHOOL FOR THE INDIGENT, Chap., St. George's-flds, Southwark Indust. school for chil. and adults
BLIND, SURREY ASSOCIATION FOR THE GENERAL WELFARE OF THE, Superintendent, 3, Albion-place, Peckham-road
BOWYERS' COMPANY'S EXHIB., C. B. Arding, Esq., 22, Surrey-st, Strand Exhibitions £10 Oxf. and Cam.
BOYS' HOME, Treasurer, Regent's-park-road, N. W. Destitute, not convicted
BOYS' HOME AND REFORMATORY, FRIENDLESS, Sup., Spanish-road, Wandsworth-common. Whether convicted or not
BOYS' REFUGE, Commercial-street, Whitechapel. Between 11 and 14 years old
BOYS' S. ANDREW'S HOME & CLUB FOR WORK., Sup., 71, Dean-st, Soho. Homeless boys
BRITISH AND FOREIGN ANTI-SLAVERY Soc., 27, New Broad-street.
BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE, Sec., 146, Queen Victoria-street
BRITISH AND FOREIGN SAILORS', Sec., Sailors' Inst., Mercer-st, Shadwell. Missionaries, libraries, insti., &c
BRITISH AND FOREIGN UNITARIAN Assoc., Sec., 37, Norfolk-st, Strand. Publications, missions, &c.
BRITISH LADIES FOR REFORMING FEM. PRIS., Sec., 195, Mare-st,
BRITISH NURSING ASSOCIATION, Lady Sup. Rl. Free Hos., Gray's-inn-rd. Provides Protestant nurses
BRITISH ORPHAN ASYLUM, Secretary, 73, Cheapside, E.C For orphans of those once in prosperity
BRITISH SYRIAN SCHOOLS Sec., 11, Buckingham-street, Strand. Training of Syrian children
BROCKHAM HOME, Hon. Mrs. Wray, Wonham Manor, Reigate Trains orphan girls for service
BURDETT-COURT (THE BARONESS) MODEL LODGING-HOUSES, Sup., Columbia-sq. Bethnal Green
BURLINGTON CHARITY SCHOOL, Treasurer, Boyle street Savile Row. Girls of St. James's Westminster
BUTLERS' ALMSHOUSES. Clerk, Little Chapel-st Westminster.. Two poor men and their wives
CABMENS' MISSION AND SHELTER FUND, Minister, 27 Holford-sq, W.C.
CABMENS' SHELTER FUND, J. Dennistoun, Esq., Union Club, S.W. Twenty-two shelters erected on various cab ranks
CAMBERWELL – WILSON'S FREE GRAM. SCH., Govs., 3a, Finsbury-pl-st. For boys of Camberwell
CAMBRIDGE – ROYAL ASYLUM, Sec., 40, Charing-cross, any day but Sat. Widows of N.C.O. and privates
CAMDEN & KENTISH TOWN ALMSHO., Trus., Lit. Ranclolph-st, Camden Tn. For old women
CARON'S ALMSHOUSES, Trustees, Vestry Hall, Kennington-road For poor old women of Lambeth
CARPENTERS' COMPANY, Clerk, 68, London Wall. Exhibition to Cambridge.
CATHOLIC (ROMAN) CHARITIES:
CATHOLIC POOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE, Sec., 22, Portman-street,W. Training and primary schools
CONVENT OF FAITHFUL VIRGIN, Mother Superioress, Norwood. Orphanage for girls.
CRECHE, THE B. BENEDICT JOSEPH'S, Mother Sup., 4 Bulstrode-st. Infants from 3 weeks to 3 years.
LONDON SEC. CLERGY FUND, Administrator, 22, Abbey-road, NW. Westminster and Southwark
LONDON SECULAR CLERGY, NEW FUND, Sec., 13, Grove-road, N.W. Ditto
NAZARETH HOUSE, Rev. Mother, Hammersmith Hospice for aged men and women
NIGHT HOME, Rev. Mother, 9, Lower Seymour-street. For girls of good character
REFUGE, Crispin-street, Bishopsgate-street. For men, women and children
REFUGE OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, Hammersmith. For penitent women.
REFUGE OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, Rey. Mother, East End, Finchley. Female prisoners.
ST. AGNES'S ORPHANAGE, Lady Superioress, Leyton, E. Boys under 7 years of age.
ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC ORPHANAGE, 24, Alpha-road, Regent's park . For poor girls.
ST. ANN'S INDUST. SCHOOL & ORPH., Sister Sup., Cale-st, Chelsea. For poor girls.
ST. ANSELM, Secretary, 31, Queen-square, Bloomsbury. To disseminate books
ST. EDWARD'S REFORM., Man., Archb. Ho., Francis-st, Westminster. For boys
ST. ELIZABETH'S HOME, Mother Abbess, Portobello-rd, Notting-hill. Train girls for service
ST. HELEN'S ORPHANAGE, the Very Rev. Canon Kyne, Brentwood. To train poor boys.
ST. JOHN & ST. ELIZ., HOSP. OF, Mother Prioress, 47, Gt. Ormond-st. Incurable women.
ST. JOHN'S INDUST. SCHOOL, Supt., Shern Hall-st, Walthamstow, E. For boys
ST. JOSEPH'S ALMSHOUSES, Secretary, 31, Queen-sq, Bloomsbury. Homes for reduced persons with pensions of £30 a year to as many of the inmates as funds will allow.
ST. JOSEPH'S ALMSHOUSES AND POOR SCH. FOR GIRLS. Sec., Ingatestone- hall
ST. JOSEPH'S HO. ASY. FOR AGED POOR. Rev Moth., Portobello-rd, W. All denominations.
ST. MARGARET'S INDUST. SCH., Man., Holcomb Ho., Mill-hill, Hendon. Girls from London workhouses.
ST. MARY'S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Lady Superior, Eltham. For girls
ST. MARY'S ORPHANAGE, Manager, Archbp.'s House, Westminster.. Orphan girls for service.
ST. MARY'S ORPHANAGE, Hon. Secretary, 17, Portman-street. Sons of respectable Rom. Cath.
ST. MARY'S ORPHANAGE. Manager Archbp's. House, Westminster. R.C boys partly at exp. of friends
ST. MARY'S TRAINING COLLEGE, the Principal, Hammersmith. Train pupil teachers as masters
ST. NICHOLAS'S INDUS. SCHOOL, Director, Manor Hse, Little Ilford. Boys under Indust. Schools Act.
ST. PATRICK'S SCH.& ASY. FOR FEM. ORP., Tudor-pl, Tottenham-ct-rd
ST. RAPHAEL'S HOSPITAL, Sydney-street, S.W. For men.
ST. SCHOLASTICA'S RETREAT, Warden, Kenninghall-rd, Clapton. For superior classes.
ST. STEPHEN'S INDUS. SCH, Mana. Archb. House, Westminster Poor Catholic boys.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL, SIS. OF CHAR. OF, Sis. Sup., Carlisle-pl, Vict.st. Girls & infant orph. Children &c.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY, Pres., 32, Queen's-sq, Bloomsbury. To visit families, assist boys &c.
ST. VINCENT'S HOME, Harrow-road. For destitute boys.
ST. VINCENT'S HOME INDUSTRIAL SCH., Hon. Managers, Dartford. Destitute Catholic boys
WESTMINSTER DIOC. EDUCATION FUND, Sec., Archpb's Ho. Westm. Poor of Westminster diocese.
CHARTERHOUSE, Registrar personally, Hospital, Charterhouse-sq, E.C. Homes for old men, scholarships
CHELSEA HOME, Hon. Secretary, 95, Onslow-square, Chelsea. Male patients from Bromp. Hos.
"CHICHESTER" & "ARETHUSA" TRAINING SHIPS, Sec., 8, Gt. Queen-st. Train destitute boys for sea.
CHILDREN, DEST., DINNER SOC., Sec., Gloucester-st, Warwick-sq, SW.
CHILDREN, HOME FOR INCURABLE, Hon. Sec., 33, Maida-vale, W. Paym. Of not less than 5s per wk.
CHILDREN, ST. MONICA'S HOME FOR, Lady Sup., Quex-road N.W. Sick and incurable
CHILDREN'S DINNERS.— "GOOD SHEP." Miss., 3, Tustin-st, Hatcham. Teach, clothe, & feed little chil.
CHILDREN'S & INVALID'S DINNER TABLE & SOUP KIT., Sec., 35, High-st. Twice a week
CHILDREN'S HOME, Miss Cotton, Leytonstone, E. To rescue young girls.
CHILDREN'S HOME, Rev. T. B. Stephenson, Bonner-rd, Victoria-park. For orphan and destitute children
CHILDREN'S (SICK) DINNER-TABLE, Lady Sup., 47, Earl-st Lisson-grove. Hot meat dinners, milk &c.
CHOIR BENEVOLENT FUND, Secretary, 1, Berners-street, W. Organists and lay clerks
CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY, Secretary, 10, Enfield-road-south, Kingsland.
CHRISTIAN INSRUCTION, Hon. Sec., Memorial Hall, Farringdon-st. The evangelisation of London
CHRISTIAN UNION ALMSHOUSES, E. J. Physick, Faq., 136, Marylebone-rd. Prot. with at least 4s. 6d. per w
CHRISTIAN WITNESS FUND, Sec., 13, Blomfield-st, London Wall .. Aged Congregational ministers
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY SCH. INST., Sec., 34, New Bridge-st E.C Improvement of Sunday Schools
CHURCH OF IRELAND SUSTENTATION FUND, Hon. Sec., 32, Charing-cross
CHURCH PASTORAL AID, Secs., Temple-chambers, Falcon-ct, 32, Fleet-st
CHURCH PENITENTIARY ASSOCIATION, Secret.,32, Sackville-st, W. Houses of mercy and refuges
CH. SCHOOLMASTERS' BENEV. INST., Sec., 21 Gt. College-st, Westmin. Teachers and their families
CITY MESSENGER BRIGADE, Hon. Director, 18, Stepney-causeway, E. Boy commissionaires
CITY OF LONDON FREEMEN'S ORPHAN SCHOOL, Town Clerk, Guildhall. Orphans of Freemen of the City
CITY OF LONDON GENERAL PENSION, Secretary, 68, Fleet-street. Permt. Pensions to artisans &c.
CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL, Milk-street, Cheapside
CITY OF LONDON TRUSS SOCIETY, Sec., 35, Finsbury-square. Bandages, instruments, and operations for cases throughout the kingdom
CLAPHAM SERVANTS' TRAIN. INST., Hon. Sec., Hollywood, Clapham-com. To train girls of good character
ARNOLD FUND, Trustees, 57, Coleman-street. To assist wid. & orph. of clergy
ASHTON'S CH&RITY, Receiver, Gresham House, 25, Old Broad-st. Relieve poor clergymen and wid
BISHOP PORTRUS'S FUND FOR, Trea., Archd. of Midd., 41,Leinster-gar. Poor clergy of diocese
BOYCE'S CHARITY TO, Rector, Christ Church, Blackfriars-road
BROMLEY COLLEGE FOR WIDOWS OF, Clk. to Trustees, Bromley, Kent
CARTS CHARITY TO, Trustees, Dunstable. Clergymen, their wid.& maid dau
CHOLMONDELEY FUND FOR, Tress., 1, Middle Scotland-yd, Whitehall. Grants & anon. Also schools, &c
CLERGY LADIES' HOMES, Miss Reid, 13, Southwick-st, Hyde-park.. . Homes for wid. & umnarnied dau
CURATES' AUGMENTATION FUND, Sec., 2, Dean's-yd, Westminster.. . Curates of 15 years' standing
"EVANGELICAL MAGAZINE" FUND, Secretary, 27, Paternoster-row. Grants to 150 widows
FRIEND OF CLERGY CORPORATION, Sec., 4, St. Martin's-pl, W.C... . Pensions and temporary aid
LONDON CLERGY EDUCATION AID, Sec., 16, South-st, Finsbury . Educating for ministry
LONDON CLERGY SOC. FOR RELIEF OF, Treas., Sion Coll., Lond. Wall. Clerg., their wid. & chil. (Midd.)
RICHARDS'S, REV. DR., CHARITY, Sec., 7, Godliman-st, Doctors' Com. . Superannuated & infirm clergy
ST. JOHN'S FOUND. SCH., SONS OF POOR CLER., Sec., 1a, St. Helen's-pl. Sons of living clergymen
SMITH'S CHARITY TO, Solicitors, 99, Great Russell-st, Bloomsbury. £20 each to preachers
SOCI. FOR REL. OF POOR PIOUS COUN. CLER., Sec., 9 South-st E.C.
STRETCHLEY'S CHARITY TO, Trea., Christ's Hospital, Newgate-street Gratuities of £1 triennially
THOMSON HANKEY, CHARITY OF. Trustees, 7, Mincing-lane.. . Donations to widows & orphans
CLERGY ORPHAN CORPORATION, Secretary, 63, Lincoln's-inn-fields. Clothe,
educate & maintain orph.
CLERGY PROVIDENT SOCIETY, Hon. Sec., 7, Whitehall, S.W. Insurance premiums
CLOCK AND WATCHMAKERS' ASYLUM, Sec., 33, Northampton-sq E.C.. Homes and pensions
CLOTHWORKERS' COMPANY'S CHARITIES, Clerk, 41, Mincing-lane:
ACTON'S CHARITIES . Pensions for poor blind
BURNELL'S CHARITY . Exhibition £25 to Oxford
CORNELL'S CHARITIES. Pensions for poor blind
HEATHER'S CHARITY. Grants to housekeepers' widows
HEATH'S ALMSHOUSES. Homes for decayed members
HEWETT S CHARITY . Exhibition £25 to Oxford
KENT'S ALMSHOUSES AND CHARITY. Homes for wid. of decayed mem.
NEWNAM'S CHARITIES. Pensions to blind
PILSWORTH'S CHARITY. exhibition £25 to Mag. Col. 0xf.
THWAYTES'S CHARITIES. Pensions to blind
WEST'S CHARITIES FOR THE BLIND. Pensions to blind
CLOUDESLEY INST. & HOME, Hon. Sec., 24, Up. Barnsbury-st, Islington
COBURG HOME, Hon. Sec., 90, Elsham-road, Russell-road, W S. Support and teach orphan or deserving girls
COLUMBIA MES. & SHOEBLACK BRIGADE, Man., 11,Wood-st, Spitalfields. Training destitute boys
COLUMBIA MISSION, Sec., St. Stephen's Vicarage, Westbourne-park, W. Emigrants and natives
COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS' SCHOOLS, Sec., 37, Milk-street, E.C. Children of commerc. travellers,
CONGREGATIONAL FUND BOARD, Sec., 6, Amen-corner, Paternoster-row. Poor ministers
CONGREGATIONAL PASTORS' RETIRING FUND, Sec., Memorial Hall, E.C. . Annuities for disabled pastors
CONGREGATIONAL PASTORS' WIDOWS' FUND, ditto. Annuities for pastors' widows
CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL, Sec., Lewisham, S.E. Sons of ministers
CONGREGATION CHURCH AID AND HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY, Secretary, Memorial-hall, Farringdon-street. Congregational
CONSUMPTIVE FEMALES, HOME FOR, Sec., 57-8, Glo'ster-pl, Portman-sq. . One guinea entrance, 5s. a we
COOK's, CAPTAIN, ALMSHOUSES, Vestry Clerk, Bancroft-road, N.E. . Wid. of seamen Mile End Old Tn.
COOKS' COMPANY'S CHARITIES:
CORBETT'S & KENNEDY'S GIFT, Clerk, 24, Laurence Pountney-lane. Clergymen's widows, £5 each
DAVIS'S GIFT, ditto . Apprentice 1 child
PHILLIPS'S GIFT, ditto Apprentice 2 children
COOPERS' COMPANY CHARITIES:
GIBSON'S ALMSHOUSES, Clerk, 71, Basinghall-street . . Homes for women, schls. for boys
SHAW'S CHARITY, ditto. Exhibs. £4 to Oxford or Cam
STRODE'S SCHOOL AND ALMSHOUSES, ditto. Poor of Egham parish
WOOD'S ALMSHOUSES AND SCHOOL, ditto .. . Freemen and school for boys
CORDWAINERS' COMPANY CHARITIES:
BLIND, CAME'S CHARITY TO, Clerk, 7, Cannon-street. Pensions to blind men & women
CLERGYMEN'S WIDOWS, CAMES'S CHARITY TO, ditto . Pensions to widows
CAMES'S CHARITY TO DEAF AND DUMB, ditto. Pensions
"CORNWALL" SCHOOL SHIP, Officer Commanding, Purfleet, Essex. Juvenile
CORPORATION OF SONS OF CLERGY, Regis., 2, Bloomsbury-place, W.C. . Clergymen, their widows & chil.
COUTTS'S, BARONESS BURDETT, SEWING SCH, Man. 16, Hambury-st, E.
COVENT GARDEN THEATRICAL FUND, Sec., 12, Beaufort-bdgs, W.C. . Annuities, members and widows
COW-CROSS MISSION, Superintendent, 55 Amwell-street, Clerkenwell. Breakfasts, dinners, & visitation
CRAVEN BOARDING HOUSE AND INST. Supdt., 21, Keppel-st, Russell-sq.
CRECHE INFIRMARY & HOME, Man., 14, Stepney-causeway, E.. To receive infants by day
CRECHE ST. ANDREW'S, Manager, 18, Charles-street, Middlesex Hospital. To receive infants by day
CRIPPLED BOYS NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL HOME AND RELIEF, Manager, Wright's Lane, Kensington. To teach a trade
CRIPPLES' HOME AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Sec., 17a, Marylebone-rd. For girls
CRIPPLES' HOME FOR ORPH. AND DE5T., Mat., 57, Queen-st, Edgware-rd. For boys
CRIPPLES NURSERY, Secretary, 14, Old Quebec-street, W.. Boys and girls
CURRIERS' COMPANY, Clerk to Company, 6, London Wall. Members, wids., & journeymen
CUSTOMS ORPHANAGE, Secretary, H. M. Customs, Port of London. Children of deceased officers
CUTLERS' COMPANY'S CHARITIES, Clerk of Court, 6, Cloak-lane, E.C. Homes for poor persons
BUCKE'S CHARITY, ditto. Exhib. to University, £3 6s. 8d.
CRAYTHORNE'S CHARITY, ditto. Two exhibitions to University,
DAVIS'S ALMSHOUSES, Treasurer, 3, Highbury-place, N . Homes & pensions (Ch. of Eng.
DEACONESS INST., LONDON DIOC., Hon. Chap., 12, Tavistock-cres., W. . To visit, nurse, and teach
DEAF AND DUMB, ASS. FOR ORAL INSTRUCTION, Director, 11, Fitzroy-sq. To introduce German system
DEAF AND DUMB CHILDREN, ASYLUM FOR, Sec., 93, Cannon-street. Support and education
DEAF AND DUMB CHIL., LADIES' CHRIST. HOMES FOR, Sec., Pentonville-rd. 4 years of age (oral system)
DEAF AND DUMB CHARITABLE & PROVIDENT SOCIETY, Sec., 46, Craven-st. Pensions for aged and infirm
DEAF AND DUMB FEMALES, BRITISH ASYLUM FOR Sec, 27, Red Lion-sq. Above twelve years of age
DEAF AND DUMB ROYAL ASSOCIATION IN AID OF, Sec., 272, Oxford-street. Relig. services and employment
DESTITUTE SAILORS' ASYLUM, Sec., Well-street, nr. London-docks
DISCHARGED CRIMINALS, MIDDLESEX SOCIETY FOR REFORMATION OF, Sec., Sessions House, Clerkenwell. To assist convicts on discharge
DISCHARGED PRIS. AID SOC., Sec., Nine Elms' House, Wandsworth-road. For females
DISCHARGED PRISONERS' (MET.) RELIEF COM, Sec., 52, Chancery-lane. Short-term male prisoners
DISCHARGED PRISONERS' ROYAL SOC. FOR ASS. OF, Sec., 39, Charing-cr. Convicts on discharge
DISCHARGED PRISONERS' SURREY SOCIETY FOR EMPLOYMENT OF Hon. Sec. Woodseat, West Dulwich. County prisoners
DISSENTING MIN., SOC. FOR ASS. TO APPREN. CHIL. OF, Sec., Memorial Hall, Farringdon-st
DISSENTING MINISTERS SOC. F0R REL. OF, Sec., 2, Villas, S. Norwood-hill. Aged and infirm
DISSENTING MIN. WID. FUND. Sec., 96, Grove-lane, Camberwell. Yearly grants, £5 to £13
DISTRESS, SOCIETY FOR RELIEF OF, Secretaries, 28, King-st, St. James's-sq. No distinction of creed or race
DOGs, TEMPORARY HOUSE FOR LOST, Man., Battersea-rd, S. Lambeth. Lost and starving dogs
DRAMATIC SICK FUND ASSOCIATION, Sec., 16, Beaufort-buildings, Strand. Dramatic, equestrian, & musical
DRAPERS' COMPANY, CHARITIES OF
BANCROFT'S ALMSHOUSES, Clerk of Co., 27, Throgmonton-st, E.C... Home for 30 members
BANCROFT'S HOSPITAL SCHOOL, ditto. 100 poor boys
BLIND, GRAINGER'S CHARITY TO, ditto. £10 pension
CAMES'S ALMSHOUSES, ditto
CORNEY'S SCHOOL, ditto. Female orph. of respect. parents
EDMONSON'S ALMSHOUSES, ditto. 52 persons
HARMAR'S ALMSHOUSES, ditto. 12 single men and women
HOWELL'S CHARITY, ditto. Marriage portions
JOLLE'S, SIR J., SCHOOL, ditto. Boys of Bow and Bromley
MELBOURNE'S CHARITY, ditto. For poor widows of Company
QUEEN ELIZABETH'S COLLEGE, ditto. Maintain 20 poor persons
RUSSELL'S CHARITY, ditto. Exhibits. Oxford or Cambridge.
STOCKER'S CHARITY, ditto. Bread to various London prisons
WALTER'S ALMSHOUSES, ditto. Widows appointed by Company
"DREADNOUGHT" See SEAMEN'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY
DRESSMAKERS & MILLINERS' ASSO., Matron, 72, Gower-street, W.C... Home for those engd. in business
DROVERS BENEV. INSTITUTION, Secretary, 56, King William-st, E.C. Almshouses, &c., for drovers
DRURY-LANE THEATRICAL FUND, Secretary, 27, Great Queen-at, W.C. Members of H.M. company
DUDLEY STUART HOME, Lady Sup., 77, Market-street, Edgware-road.. For training girls in domestic service, and is a home for working boys.
DUKE OP YORK'S SCHOOL. Secretary, Royal Military Asylum, Chelsea.. Sons of British soldiers
DUTCH ALMSHOUSES, Trustees of Dutch Church, Austin Friars. Aged members of Church
DYERS' COMPANY'S CHARITIES:
BALLS-POND ALMSHOUSES, Clerk, Dyers' Hall, 10, Dowgate-hill. Freemen and widows
CHAMBERS' CHARITY, ditto. Pensions
GOLDSMITH'S CHARITY, ditto. To lend to poor freemen.
TREVILLIAN'S CHARITY, ditto. To assist poor debtors
EAST-END JUVENILE MISS., Hon. Direc. 18 & 20 Stepney-causeway. Adults & chil.
of poorest classes
EAST LONDON GEN. PENSION SOCIETY, Sec., 164, Bethnal Green-road. Weekly pensions.
EDWARDS' ALMSHOUSES, Clerk of Edwards's Charity, 9 King-st, Borough. Wom. Of Christ ch., Blackfriars
EMIGRATION.—CLERKENWELL Soc., Chairman, 45 Colebrook-row, N. On plan of an Emigration Club
EMIGRATION. - HOME FOR DES. LIT. GIRLS, Trea., High-st, Peckham Preventive mission to girls.
ENG. CONGREG. CHAP. BUIL. SOC., Sec., Memorial Hall, Farringdon-st. To aid improved congregational church building
EVANG. PROTEST. DEACONESSES' INST. AND TRAINING HOSPITAL, Treasurer, The Green, Tottenham, The training of Christian women for nursing the sick
FELTMAKERS' COMPANY CHARITIES:
KING'S GIFT CHARITY, Clerk of the Company, 17, Salisbury-sq. Mem. of Co. and their widows
MACHAM'S CHARITY, ditto. For members of the Company
FEMALE AID SOCIETY, Secretary, 57White Lion-st, Islington. Penitent fallen women
FEM. EDUCATION IN EAST, SOC. FOR PROM., Sec., 267, Vauxhall-br-rd.. Schools for native female teachers
FEM. EMIGRANT SOC., BRIT. LADIES', Sec., 23, Fitzroy-st, Fitzroy-sq. Provide matrons, books, &c
FEM. MISS. TO THE FALLEN WOM. OF LONDON, Sec., 435, West Strand. Provides female missionaries to rescue fallen women
FEMALE ORPHAN ASYLUM, Secretary, 32, Essex-street, Strand.. . For fatherless girls
FEMALE ORPHANS' HOME, Secretary, 85, Queen-street, Cheapside
FEMALE ORPHANS, HQME FOR, Sec., Grove-road, St. John's Wood . Fem. who have lost both parents
FEMALE PREV. & REIORM. INST., Sec., Central Home, 200, Euston-rd. Friendless and penitent women
FEMALE SERVANTS' HOME SOCIETY, Secretary, 85, Queen-st, Cheapside
FEMALE SERVANTS' PROV. PROT. SOC., Sec., 25, Devonshire-rd, Hackney. Clothing on entering service
FEMALE WELFARE, SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING, Sec., 47, Weymouth-st. A centre for Institutions FIELD-LANE INSTITUTION, Sec., Vine-st, Clerkenwell-road. The destitute poor
CARTER'S CHARITY, Clerk, Fishmongers'-hall, E.C. Exhibt. of £20 St. John's Cam.
GRESHAM'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ditto. 50 free scholars
JESUS HOSPITAL, ditto. 40 persons, 6 free of Company.
QUESTED'S CHARITY, ditto. 4 exhibs., students and M.A
QUESTED'S CHARITY ditto. Chil. of freemen in Christ's Hos.
QUESTED'S HOSPITAL, ditto 12 persons
RANDOLPH'S CHARITY, ditto Exhibition of £20
ST. PETER'S HOSPITAL, ditto. Members over 50, 5 years free
THE COMPANY'S EXHIBITIONS' CHARITY, ditto Exhibitions to students
FLOOD'S CHARITY, Churchwardens of St. Luke's, Chelsea £30 annually
FOREIGN AID SOCIETY, Secretary, 31, New-bridge-street, Blackfriars Evangelising among Rom. Cath.
FOREIGN MISS. OF PRESBY. CHURCH (ENG.), Treasurer, 5 East Ind.-av. Heathen in China and India
FOREIGNERS SOC OF FRIENDS OF, Sec., 10, Finsbury-cham, London Wall. Temporary relief and pensions
FOUNDLING HOSPITAL, Secretary, Guildford-street, Russell-sq, W.C. Maintenance and education of illegitimate children under certain rules
FOUNDLING BENEVOLENT FUND, ditto. Aged foundlings
FOX-COURT RAGGED SCHOOL, Hon. Sec., 5,Fox-court, Gray's-inn-rd.
FRAMEWORK KNITTERSs' Co.'s ALMSHOUSES, Clerk, 4, Finsbury-pavmt.
FREE AND OPEN CHURCH ASSOCIATION, Sec., 33, Southampton-st Strand. Throwing open churches
FRENCH—HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY, Sec., 10, Leicester-place, W.C. Medical relief of all foreigners
FRENCH MAISON DES ETRANGERES, Treasurer, 59, Greek-street, Soho - - French poor
FRENCH PROT. EVAN. MISS. Sec., Fr. Ch., Monmouth-rd, Westbourne-gr. To French in London &c.
FRENCH PROTESTANT HOSPITAL, Secretary, Victoria-park-road, E. -. A home for French Protestants
FRIENDLY FEMALE SOC., Sec., East View, Church-rd, Up. Norwood - - Wom. who have seen better days
FRIENDS, TRACT. ASSOC. OF SOCY. OF, Trea., 12, Bishopsgate-st-without
FRY, ELIZABETH, REFUGE, Secretaries, 195, Mare-street, Hackney. For criminal women on release
FULLER'S ALMSHOUSES, Clerk of Trustees, 36, Newnham-street, W. Houses for old women and pens.
FULLER'S HOSPITAL, Clerk of Trust, Shoreditch. Homes for women of Shoreditch
GENERAL DOMESTIC SERVANTS' BENEV. INST., Sec., 32, Sackville-st, W.
GENTLEWOMEN,. ESTAB FOR, IN ILLNESS, Lady Sup, 90, Harley-st. Wives & dau. Of prof. men &c
GENTLEWOMEN NAT. lNST. & HOME, Lady Sup., 13, Notting-hill-sq. A good home at small charges
GENTLEWOMENS SELF-HELP INSTITUTE, Sec., 15, Baker-street, W. To dispose of needlework, provide employment &c.
GIRDLERS' COMPANY'S ALMSHOUSES, Clerk, 39, Basinghall-street. Members of company or widows
GIRLS' HOME, Hon.. Sec., 22 & 41, Charlotte-street, Portland-place. Girls not convicted of crime
GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL HOME, Secretary, 57, Stockwell-road, SW. For domestic service
GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL ORPH. HOME & PRINT. OFF., Sec., Low. Tottenham. Domestic service and printing
GIRLS' MISS LEE'S HOME FOR, Miss Lee, Broadway-house, Plaistow, E. Train for service
GIRLS' ORPH. HOMES, MOUNT HERMON, Miss Cole, 47, Weymouth-st, W. Train for domestic service
GIRLS' PR. MARY VILLAGE HOMES FOR LITTLE, Sec., 29, Charing-cross. Train for domestic service
GIRLS' VILL. HOMES FOR NEGLECTED, Hon. Direc., 18, Stepney-causeway
GLADSTONE'S (MRS.) FREE CONVAL. HOME, Sec., Woodford-hall, Essex. Convalescents, non-contagious
GOLDEN-LANE COSTERS' MISSION, Sec., 124, Golden-lane, E.C
GOLDSMITHS' & JEW ANNUITY & ASY. INST., Sec., 65, Northampton-rd. Trade
GOLDSMITHS' BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION, Sec., 15, Hanover-square, W. Trade.
GOLDSMITHS COMPANY'S CHARITIES:
BARRATT'S CHARITY, Clerk to Company, Goldsmiths' Hall, E.C... Coals.
BOWES'S ALMSHOUSES, ditto. Homes for widows (Woolwich)
CHENEY'S CHARITY, ditto. £4 annually to members
CURETON'S CHARITY, ditto. Pensions to freemen
DAVY'S CHARITY, ditto. Weekly to members
FOWLES'S CHARITY, ditto. 40s. annually to widows
HILLE'S CHARITY, ditto. Clothing and coals.
JENNER'S CHARITY, ditto. St. John Zach. & St. Leonard
MIDDLETON'S (SIR H.) CHARITY, ditto. Small money to members
MORRELL'S CHARITY, ditto. For almsmen of Company
PERRYN'S CHARITY, ditto. Poor at Bromyard, Hereford
STRELLEY'S CHARITY, ditto. Apprentices and poor soldiers
STRELLEY'S CHARITY ditto. Exhibitions at University
WOLLASTON'S CHARITY, ditto. Lunatics, almsmen. &c
GOVERNESSES' HOME FOR GENTLEWOMEN, L. Sup., 19, Sutherland-gar.
Gentlewomen of limited means
GOVERNESSES' HOME FOR UNEMPLOYED, Sec., 31, Colville-sq, Bayswr
GOVERNESSES' YOUNG CHRIST. HOME, Lady Sup, Alexandra House, 88, St. John- street, E.C
GREENWICH, ROYAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL, Sec. of the Admiralty, Whitehall, SW. Sons of sailors and marines
GROCERS' COMPANY'S CHARITIES:
BACKHOUSE'S CHARITY, Clerk, Grocers' Hall, E.C. a Exhib. For scholars at Univ.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Master, Oundle, Northamptonshire. Youth of district
GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Master, Hackney Downs, Clapton, E. Boys at £6 per annum
ROBINSON'S CHARITY, Clerk, Grocers' Hall, E.C. Exhibitions.
GROTTO PASSAGE REFUGE, Sup., 55 Paddington-street, Marylebone -. Boys from 15
GUARDIAN SOCIETY, Matron, 21, Old Ford-road. Penitent women from 15 to 22
HABERDASHERS' COMPANY'S CHARITIES:
APPRENTICING, GIFTS TOWARDS, Clerk, Haberdashers'-hall, E.C. -.
ARNOLD'S, ditto. Poor of Company
ASKE's CHARITY AND GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ditto. Pensions for freemen of Comp.
BANKS'S CHARITY, ditto. Pensions
BARNES'S CHARITY ditto. Poor of Company
BLUNDELL'S CHARITY ditto. Prisoners in Newgate
BOND'S CHARITY ditto. Clothes and pensions.
BRAMLEY'S CHARITY ditto. Lothbury and St. Bartholomew
BUNBURY FREE SCHOOL, Head Master, Bunbury
BURGHLEY'S (LADY) CHARITY, Clerk, Haberdashers-hall. Romf'd, Hoddesdon, Cheshunt
CALDWELL'S CHARITY, ditto. Loans to poor (Rolleston)
CLARKE'S CHARITY ditto. Exhibitions.
CULVERWELL'S GIFT, ditto. Exhibitions
EXHIBITIONS AND EDUCATIONAL GRANTS, ditto.
GOURNEY'S AND EDUCATION GRANTS, ditto
HAMMOND'S GIFT, ditto. Poor of Company
HAZLEFOOT'S GIFT, ditto. Poor of Co., hos., and prisons
JESTON'S GIFT, ditto. Poor of Company &c
JONES'S PREACHERSHIPS, ditto. Metropolitan
MONMOUTH PREACHERSHIPS ditto. School (Monmouth)
MORGAN'S CHARITY, ditto. Poor of Oswestry
NEWPORT FREE SCHOOL, ditto. Exhibitions to University, &c.
PEACOCK'S CHARITY, ditto. Poor, and poor debtors
RAINTON'S CHARITY, Clerk, Haberdashers' Hall. Poor men and wid. small gifts
SCHOLARS (POOR) CHARITY FOR, ditto. Various
TROTMAN'S, ditto. School and lectures
WELD'S, ditto. Purchase church livings.
WHITMORE'S CHARITY, ditto St. Edmund the King.
HACKNEY COLLEGE, Principal, Well-street, Hackney. Congregational
HACKNEY ROAD ALMSHOUSES, Clerk of Trust, Town Hall, Shoreditch - Shoreditch
HAMMERSMITH GODOLPHIN SCHOOL, Head Master, Hammersmith.
HAMPSTEAD, REFORM. SCH. FOR GIRLS, Sup., Heathfield Ho, Hampstead.
HANS TOWN SCHOOL OF INDUSTRY, Matron, 103, Sloane-st, Chelsea.. Young girls for servants
HEDGER'S ALMSHOUSES, Secretary, 40, Webber-row, Blackfriars-road.. Aged widows
HEREFORDSHIRE SOCIETY, Hon. Secretary, 1, New-inn, Strand. Sons of Herefordshire parents.
HER MAJESTY'S ALMONRY CHARITIES, Sec. &Treas., Middle Scotland-yd. Food, clothing, and silver money
HIGHGATE, FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Head Master, Highgate..
HILLIER'S ALMSHOUSES, Treasurer, Clondon-park, near Guildford. Aged women
HILL'S Clerk, 31, Abingdon-street, S.W. Six married couples and six widows or single women
HOME AND COLONIAL SCH. SOCIETY, Prin., 344 to 354, Gray's-inn-road. Train female teachers
HOME FOR CONFIRMED INVALIDS, Sec., South Ho, Highbury-pk-south. Chronic, except can. & consump.
HOME FOR DESERTED DESTITUTE CHILDREN, Manager, 6, Kilburn-sq Destitute young girls
HOME FOR DESER. MOTHERS AND INF., Sec., 3, Cumberland-st, Pimlico. Servants fallen for the first time
HOME FOR LITTLE Boys, Secretary, corner of St. Bride-street, E.C. 6s weekly
HOME FOR WORKING AND DEST. LADS, Director, 18, Stepney-causeway. Boys of the Arab class
HOME IN THE EAST REFORMATORY, Manager, Old Ford, Bow. Young criminals
HOMERTON COLLEGE, Principal Homerton, E. Teachers in Gov.-aided schools
HOMES FOR THE AGED POOR, Hon. Sec., 5, Grandacre-terrace, Anerley. Six houses, seventy-two inmates
HOMES FOR THE AGED POOR, Manager, 87, Portland-road, Notting Hill
HOMES OF HOPE, Secretary, 4, 5, & 6, Regent-sq, Gray's-inn-road, W.C. Fallen & friendless young women
HOPTON'S ALMSHOUSES, Clerk to the Charity, 9, King-st, Borough. For poor men who have been housekeepers in Chstch. parish
HOUSEBOY BRIGADE SOCIETY, Hon. Sec., 26, Eccleston-st-east, Pimlico. Train boys for service & printing
HOUSE OF CHARITY FOR DIST. PERSONS, Warden, 1, Greek-street,W.C. Temporary residence for those of good character in distress.
HOUSE OF MERCY, Superior, Clewer, near Windsor. Penitentiary for women.
HOUSELESS POOR ASYLUM, Secretary, Asylum, Banner-street, St. Luke's.
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Secretary, 5, Bishopsgate-street-without. Promot. Best modes of treatment and prevention of crime
HOWARD INSTITUTION, Trustees, 10, Salisbury-street, Strand. Widows of nav. and mil. officers
HUGGENS'S COLLEGE, Secretary, 25, Austin Friars, E.C. Ladies and gent. in reduced cir.
HUNGARIAN.—LONDON ASSO., Hon. Sec.,18, St. Dunstan's-hill, E.C. Austro-Hung. In Unit. Kingdom
HUSSEY'S BOOK CHARITY, Clerk, 21, Great George-st, Westminster. Grants of books
IDIOTS, ASYLUM FOR, Secretary, 36, King William-st, London Bridge.. Juvenile idiots and imbeciles
INDIAN FEMALE NORMAL SCHOOL, &C., Sec., 136, Leadenhall-street Female teachers for India
INDIAN MUTINY RELIEF FUND, Sec., 2, East India-av, Leadenhall-st. For sufferers by the Mutiny
INDUS. & INV. KITCHEN (S. THOMAS'S), Man., 39, James-st, Portman-sq
INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS, Hon. Sec., 125,Sloane-street, Chelsea.
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, Hon. Lady Secretary, 2, Bullingham-place, Kensington. Age of inmates 12 to 16
INFANT HOME, & REF. DESERTED MOTH., Lady Sup., 35, Gt. Coram-st. Mothers previously respectable
INFANT HOME Lady Sup., 12, Stepney-causeway, Commercial-road. When mothers in hospital
INFANT NURSERY, Secretary, 31, Richmond-st, Portman-rnarket, W. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
INFANT NURSERY, 23, Church-place, Paddington-green 34, North-bank, Regent's- park. Infants and orphans
INFANT ORPHAN ASYLUM, Wanstead, Essex; Secretary, 100, Fleet-st.. Orphans of formerly prosperous
INVALID AND CONVALESCENT HOME, Hon. Sec., 15, Chesham-rd, Brighton. 8s per week in advance
INVALID ASYLUM, Matron, High-st, Stoke Newington. Respectable females
INVALIDS' DINNER-TABLE, Lady Sup., 47, Earl-street, Lisson-grove. Hot meat dinners, &c
IRON, HARDWARE & METALTRADES' PEN. SOC., Sec., 67a, Up. Thames-st. Members and their widows
IRONMONGERS' COMPANYS' CHARITIES:
BETTON'S CHARITY, Trustees, Ironmongers' Hall, Fenchurch-st. Church of England Schools
BETTON'S CHARITY ditto. Widows and children of freemen
CHAPMAN'S CHARITY, Clerk to Company, Ironmongers' Hall. Exhibitions
DANE'S CHARITY ditto. Exhibitions
GEFFEREY'S ALMSHOUSES AND CHARITY, ditto.. Homes and pensions
HALLW000'S CHARITY, ditto
LEWEN'S ALMSHOUSES, Gt. Mitchell-st, St. Luke's, ditto. Poor of company
LEWEN'S CHARITY, ditto. Exhibitions
ISLINGTON HOME FOR BOYS, Sec., 119, Copenhagen-St, N. Unmanageable, but not
convicted boys, from 9 to 16years of age
ISLINGTON YOUNG MEN'S CHRIST. BENEV. SOC., Sec., 198, Upper-st, N. Relieve sick at own dwellings.
ITALIAN BENEV. SOCIETY, Sec., 9, Greville-st, Hatton Garden, E.C. Poor italians
JEWISH-- ANGLO-JEWISH ASSOCIATION, Sec., 160, Portsdown-road, W. -. Protect Jewish rights
JEWISH ASSO. FOR DIFFUSION OF RELIG. KNOWL., Sec., 60, Old Broad-st
JEWISH CONVALESCENT HOME, Hon. Sec., Portland-rd, South Norwood
JEWISH FAITH, SOC. FOR SUP. AGED NEEDY OF, Sec.,13, Devonshire-sq, E. 5s a week
JEWISH HAND-IN-HAND ASYLUM, Sec. 23, Wells-street, Hackney. Jewish tradesmen
JEWISH INSTITUTION FOR RELIEVING THE INDIGENT BLIND OF THE JEWISH PERSUASION, 5, Duke-street, E.C.
JEWISH LADIES BENEVOLENT LOAN SOCIETY, Sec., 5, Duke-st, Aldgate. Money lent free
JEWISH POOR, BOARD OF GUARDIANS FOR, Sec., 13, Devonshire-sq E.
JEWISH WIDOWS HOME ASY., Sec., 70, Gt. Prescott-st, Goodman's-fields
JEWS' COLLEGE. 10 Finsbury-Square, E.C
JEWS' DEAF AND DUMB HOME, Hon. Sec., 74, Sutherland-gardens, Harrow-road, W.
JEWS' EMIGRATION SOCIETY, Hon. Sec., 5 Duke-st, Aldgate, E.C.
JEWS' FOOD FOR POOR, MESHEBAT NAPHESH SOC., Sec. 5, Duke-st, E.C.
JEWS' FREE SCHOOL, Secretary, Bell-lane, Spitalfields
JEWS' INFANT SCHOOLS, Secretary, Commercial-street, Spitalfields, E.
JEWS' PHIL. SOC. FOR RELIEVING WIDOWS OF, Sec., 27, Duke-st, E.C.
JEWS' WEST METROPOLITAN SCHOOL, Red Lion-square
JEWS' WESTMINSTER FREE SCHOOL, Sec., 60, Greek-street, Soho
KENSINGTON FEMALE SERV. HOME, Mat., 1, Bullingham-pl, Kensington. Servants out of place
KENTISH TOWN SOUP KITCHEN, Sec., Leighton-road, Kentish Town. Food and coals
KENT UNION SOCIETY, Treasurer, Bromley, Kent. Aged and infirm ministers
KILBURN, MAIDA VALE, & S. JOHN'S-WOOD GEN. DISP., 13, Kilburn-pk-rd
KING EDW. GIRLS' REF. & INDUS. SCH., Hon. Sec., 3, Lime-street, EC.
KING EDW. SCHOOLS, Steward, Boys' school, Witley, near Godalming. – Children of both sexes
LABOURING CLASSES, SOC. FOR IMPROV. COND. OF, Sec., 21, Exeter Hall. Plans for model buildings
LADIES' ASSO. PROM. FEM. EDU. AMONG HEATHEN, Sec., 19, Delahay-st
LADIES' CHARITY SCHOOL, Secretary, 22 Queen-sq, Bloomsbury, W.C. Training for service
LADIES' HIBERNIAN SCHOOL SOCIETY, Sec., 267, Vauxhall-bnidge-road. Scriptural education
LADIES' HOME, Hon. Secretary, 53, Abbey-road, St. John's-wood, NW. Ladies in reduced circumstances
LADIES' SAMARITAN SOCIETY, Hon. Sec., 23, Queen-square, Bloomsbury. Paralysed and epileptic
LADIES' SANITARY ASSOCIATION, Sec., 22, Berners-street, Oxford-street. Knowledge of laws of health
LADIES' SOC FOR PROM. EDUC. IN W. IND., Sec., 18, Bessborough-st, SW.
LADIES WORK SOCIETY, Hon. Secretary, 31, Sloane-street, SW. -. Remun. Employment for ladies
LAMBETH PENSION SOCIETY, Secretary, 4, York-villas, Brixton-road. Householders of parish
LEATHERSELLER5' COMPANY'S CHARITIES:
AVER'S ALMSHOUSES, Clk., Hall of Leathersellers' Co., St. Helen's-pl. Housekeepers of parish
ELLIOTT'S CHARITY, ditto. One exhibition
HOLMDEN'S CHARITY, ditto. Ditto
HUMBLE'S CHARITY, ditto. Ditto
LEATHERSELLERS' ASYLUM, ditto. Men and women of Company
MOSELEY'S ASYLUM, ditto. One exhibition
ROGER'S ASYLUM, ditto. Ditto
ROGER'S ALMSHOUSES, ditto. Poor freemen and wives
LEICESTER-SQ. SOUP KITCH. & HOSPICE, Sup., Ham-yd, Gt. Windmill-st. Food
LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASYLUM, Secretary, 67, Fleet-street. Trade
LICENSED VICTUALLERS PERM. FUND & SCH., Sec, 127, Fleet-street. Trade
LIMEHOUSE CHRISTIAN INSTITUTE, Supdt., 14, Dod-st, Burdett-rd, E.
LIMEHOUSE PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY, Hon. Sec., E. India-rd, Limehouse. Limehouse and its vicinity
LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERS', &c., INST., Sec., 43, Finsbury-square. Silk mercers, lacemen, &c.
LITERARY ASSO. OF FRIENDS OF POLAND, Sec., 10 Duke-st, St. James's. Polish refugees
LITERATURE AND ART, GUILD OF, Hon. Sec., 26, Wellington-st, Strand. Interest of literature
LITTLE SISTERS OF POOR, Supenioress, Fentiman-road, South Lambeth. Old and needy of both sexes.
LLOYD'S PATRIOTIC FUND, Secretary, 14 Cornhill. Soldiers, seamen, and marines
LOCK ASYLUM, Secretary, Westbourne-green, Harrow-road, W. Penitent convalescents fr. hosp.
LOCK ASYLUM SERVANTS' HOME, ditto. Former inmates of Lock Asylum
LONDON AGED CHRISTIAN SOCIETY, Sec., 32, Sackville-st, Piccadilly, W. Pensions
LONDON ALMSHOUSES, INSTITUTION OF THE, Town Clerk, Guildhall. Poor freemen householders, their wid. and unmarried
LONDON ALMSHOUSES CHURCH BUILDING SOC., Sec., 46a, Pall Mall .. Churches, parsonage houses, &c.
LONDON ALMSHOUSES HOME MISSION, Secretary, 121, Pall Mall .. .. Missionary clergy
LONDON ALMSHOUSES LAY HELPERS' ASS., Sec., London Ho, S. James's-sq. Unpaid lay help
LONDON AUXIL. OF PENITENTIARY, Warden, Park House, Highgate .. Fallen and penitent women
LONDON AUXIL. OF SCOT. EPISC CH. SOC., Sec. 1, Munster-ter, Fulham Aid for clergy & congregations
LONDON DISPENSARY, Medical Officer, 21, Church-street, Spitalfields .. Medicine and attendance
LONDON FEMALE PENITENTIARY, Matron, 166, Pentonville-road, N. .. To train for service
LONDON HIBERNIAN SOCIETY, Sec., 29, Southampton-street, Strand -. Schools for Irish children
LONDON MASTER BAKERS' PENSION AND ALMSHOUSE SOCIETY, Sec., 65, Isledon-road, Finsbury-park. Trade
LONDON HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL, Sec., Great Ormond-stneet, W.C. Sick poor
LONDON HOSPITAL, Sec., Whitechapel-road, E. Sick or injured
LONDON SAMARITAN SOCIETY, Secretary, London Hospital. To assist convalescents
LONDON MARITIME INST., Sec., South Sea House Asylum, Bow-common. Members, their wid. and child.
LONDON MARVLEBONE AND PADDINGTON ASSOCIATION, Secretary, 45, Wigmore-street, W. Temporary relief of coals & bread
LONDON ORPHAN ASYLUM, Secretary, 1, St. Helen's-place, E.C. Either sex.
LONDON PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY, Sec., 17, Ironmonger-lane, Cheapside. Bread and coal
LUMLEY'S ALMSHOUSES, Trustees, Shepherdess-walk, City-road. Women of Aldgate & Bishopsgate
MAGDALEN HOSPITAL, 19, Gower-street. Repentant prostitutes
MAIDA-HILL INDUST. SCH. & HO. FOR WORK. BOYS, 95, North-st, NW. Destitute and orphan boys
MANCHESTER NEW COLLEGE, LONDON, Rev. Principal, Gordon-sq, W.C. Students for dissenting ministry
MARINE SOCIETY, Secretary, 54, Bishopsgate-street-within. Training destitute boys for sea
MARSHALL'S CHARITY, Clerk, 9, King-street, Southwark. Augmentation of poor livings and erection or endowment of new churches
MAYFAIR PAROCHIAL ASSOCIATION, Hon. Sec., 5, Derby-st, Mayfair. Relief of poor
MAY FEAST SOCIETY, Sec., 6, St. Thomas's-terrace, Maze-pond - For apprenticing boys
MEDICAL—BRITISH MED. BENEV. FUND, Sec., 11, New Burlington-st. Med. Men, their wids, & orphans
MERCERS' COMPANY'S CHARITIES:
APPRENTICES, SEVERAL GIFTS FOR BINDING, Clerk, Mercers Hall, Ironmonger-lane, E.C. Paying apprentice fees
BANCK'S CHARITY, ditto. Loans to young men of Company
BARRETT'S CHARITY ditto. Exhibition
BENNETT'S CHARITY ditto. Poor of Wallingford
BLUNDELL'S CHARITY ditto. Poor in Bethlem Hospital
CHERTSEY'S CHARITY ditto. Coals
DAUNTSAY'S ALMSHOUSES ditto. Poor of West Lavington
DEBTORS' CHARITIES, POOR, ditto. Poor debtors
FISHBORNE'S CHARITY, ditto. Loans, clothing, &c.
GRESHAM COLLEGE LECTURES, ditto. Lectures, almshouses, &c
HORSHAM FREE SCHOOL, ditto. Boys of Horsham, Sussex.
LOANS TO YOUNG MEN, ditto. Assist in commencing business
MERCERS' GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ditto. Free instruction
MICO'S (LADY) ALMSHOUSES, ditto. 10 widows freedom of City
MORLEY'S CHARITY, ditto. Poor persons
NORTH'S (LADY) CHARITY, ditto . Exhibitions
ROBINSON'S CHARITY, ditto. Exhibitions
ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL, ditto. Boys presented by Company.
TRINITY ALMSHOUSES, ditto. Decayed seafaring men & widows
TRINITY HOSPITAL, ditto. Greenwich, Shottesham, Norf.
WALTHALE'S CHARITY, ditto. Exhibitions
WHITTINGTON'S COLLEGE ALMSHOUSES. Pensioners appointed by Compy
MERCHANT SEAMEN ORPHAN ASYLUM, Sec., 132, Leadenhall-street. Orphns. of
Brit. merchnt. seamen
MERCHANT TAYLORS' COMPANY'S CHARITIES:
MERCHANT TAYLORS' ALMSHOUSES, Clerk, 30, Threadneedle-street. Poor widows of Company
MERCHANT TAYLORS' SCHOOL, ditto. Boys nominated by mem. of Co.
METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION FOR BEFRIENDING YOUNG SERVANTS, Secretary, 7, Great College-street, Westminster.
METROPOLITAN BENEFIT SOCIETIES' ASYLUM, Secretary, 49, Devonshire-street, Islington. Mem. of Metro. Friendly Soc
METROPOLITAN DISPENSARY AND CHARITABLE FUND, Dispenser, Fore-street, Cripplegate. Medical attendance, &c.
METROPOLITAN DRINKING FOUNTAIN ASS., Man., 111, Victoria-st, W. Fountains and cattle troughs
METROPOLITAN VISITING AND RELIEF ASS., Sec., 21, Regent-st, S.W. Grants to poor panishes distributed by unpaid district visitors
MICO CHARITY, Secretary, 11, Adam-street, Adelphi, Strand.. Educate natives of West Indiex
MIDDLE-CLASS EDUCATION, LONDON COR. FOR, Sec., Cowper-st, City-rd. Child. of clerks in City or suburbs
MIDDLESEX INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Superintendent, Feltham. Juvenile offenders of Middlesez
MIDNIGHT MEETING MOVEMENT, Secretary, 8a, Red Lion-square, W.C. To rescue fallen women
MILDMAY MED. MISS HOS. Lady Sup., Conference Hall, Mildmay-pk. Evangelistic
MILITARY BENEVOLENT FUND, Hon. Sec, 40, Arundel-gardens, W. Wid. or dau. Officers H.M.Army
MILLINERS AND DRESSMAKERS' PROV. INST., Sec. 32,Sackvslle-street . Trade
MILTON'S YARD RAGGED SCHOOLS AND MISSION, Master, Cloudesley-pl, Islington. For working boys and girls
MINISTERS FRIEND OR ASSO. FUND, Sec., Memorial Hl, Farringdon-st. Congregational
MISSION AMONG GERMAN POOR, Hon. Sec., German Church, Fitzroy-sq.
MISSIONARIES, HOME & SCH. FOR SONS & ORP. OF, Hon. Sec., Blackheath. On payment of £15 per ann.
MISSIONARIES INST. FOR EDUCATION OF DAU., Sec., Walthamstow. On pay. of £12 or £15 per annum
MODEL SOUP KITCHEN, Secretary, 257, Euston-road. Food during the winter
MONOX'S ALMSHOUSES, Churchwardens, Walthamstow, Essex. Homes and Schools
MODERN COLLEGE, Treasurer, Blackheath, Kent. Decayed merchants above 50 yrs.
NATIONAL BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION, Sec., 65, Southampton-row, W.C. Members of the up. & mid. classes
NATIONAL ORPHAN HOME, Ham Common, Surrey, Sec., 9,West Strand. Train for service fatherless children of all denominations
NATIONAL TRUSS SOCIETY, Sec., 3, Crooked-lane, King William-street. Provide poor with trusses, &c.
NETHERLANDS BENEVOLENT SOC., Hon. Sec., 7, Skinner's-pl, Sise-lane. Hollanders in London
NEW COLLGE, Secretary, Hampstead (for letters). Student for the Congre. minis.
NEWCOMEN'S CHARITY, Master, King-street St. Saviour's, Southwark. Boys and girls of Parish
NEWPORT-MARKET REF. & INDUST. SCH., Sup, Newport-market, Soho. Shelter seven nights and food
NEWSBOYS, HOMES FOR, 80, Gray's-inn-road, W.C. Night's lodging for 2d.
NEWSPAPER PRESS FUND, 55, Strand. Professional
NIGHT REFUGE, 37, Manchester-street, King's-cross. Shelters homeless females
NINE ELMS MISSION, Secretary, 29, Chaning-cross. Degraded women
NORTH LONDON INSTITUTE, Supdt., 22, Mornington-crescent, N.W. Bible classes, &c.
NURSE -- METROPOLITAN AND NATIONAL NURSING ASSOCIATION, Sec., 23, Bloomsbury-square – trained nurses for sick poor
NURSES, NIGHTINGALE FUND FOR TRAINING, Sec., 91, Gloucester-ter., W. Hospital and infirmary nurses
NURSES, TRAINED, ANNU. FUND, Hon. Sec., 22, South Eaton-pl, S.W. Trained hos. & surgical nurses
NURSES WESTMINSTER TRAINING SCH., Lady Sup., 8 Broad Sanctuary. School and home.
NURSING HOME, Head Sister, 12,Tavistock-crescent, Westbourne-pk, W. Payment of 10s per week
NURSING SISTERS' INSTITUT., Lady Sup.,4, Devonshire-sq, Bishopsgate. Train nurses for private families
OPERATIVE JEWISH CONVERTS' INST., Prin., Palestine-pl, Cambridge-hth. A temporary home
ORPHANAGE OF THE INFANT SAVIOUR, Matron, Percy-rd, Kilburn, N.W. Payment of 3s. to 5s. per week
ORPHAN INSTITUTION, ADULT, Sec., 11, St. Andrew's-pl, Regent's-park. Daughters of clergy and officers
ORPHANS' HOMES, Lady Superintendent, 21, West-square, Southwark -. Train for service.
ORPHAN WORKING SCHOOL, Secretary, 73, Cheapside. Orphan and necessitous children
OVERMAN'S ALMSHOUSES, Trustees, Montague-close, Southwark. Homes for widows and single women above the age of 50, and belonging to the Church of England
PAINTERS' COMPANY'S CHARITIES:
STOCK'S AND OTHER CHARITIES TO THE BLIND Clerk, Painters' Hall. Respectable English poor
CHARITY TO LAME PAINTERS, &c., ditto. £10 annually
PALMER'S ALMSHOUSES, Clk., Palmer's-passage Victoria-st, Westminster. 12 poor
PARISH CLERKS' WIDOWS' ALMSHOUSE INST., Sec., 24, Silver-st, E.C.
PARK CHAPEL INSTITUTE, 276, Fulham-road
PATRIOTIC FUND1 ROYAL COM OF, Sec., St. Martin's-pl, Trafalgar-sq. Relief of widows and orphans of soldiers, sailors, and marines, fallen in wars.
PAWNBROKERS' CHARITABLE INST., Sec., Almshouses, West Ham, Essex. Trade
PEABODY DONATION FUND, Secretary, 64, Queen-street, Cheapside. Dwellings of London poor.
PHARMACEUTICAL SOC.'S BENEV. FUND, Sec., 17, Bloomsbury-sq, W.C. Trade
PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY, Secretary, Farm School, Red Hill, Surrey. Reformation of criminal boys
PIMLICO ORPHANAGE, Matron, 36, Bessborough-gardens, Pimlico. On paym. of 10 or 12 gs. per an.
POLICE-COURTS' POOR BOX, Personally, at the several police-courts. For distribution by magistrate
POLICE, METRO. & CITY POLICE ORPHANAGE, Sec., 4,Whitehall-pl, S.W.
POOR CLERGY RELIEF CORPORATION, Sec., 36, Southampton-st., Strand. Immediate relief
POPLAR INVALIDS AND CHILDREN'S DINNER-TABLE, Grundy-st, Poplar. Nourishing dinners
PORTER'S ALMSHOUSES, Clerk, Town Hall, Shoreditch. Eight women of Shoreditch par.
PORTERS', LONDON GENERAL, BENEV. ASSO., Sec., 33, Cheapside. Trade
PORTUGUESE AND SPANISH JEWS' HOSPITAL, 251-5, Mile End-road
POST OFFICE CLERKS' BENEVOLENT FUND, General Post Office. Trade
POST OFFICE ORPHAN FUND, ditto. Trade
PRESBYTERIAN.—ENG. PRES. COL., Queen-sq-house, Guilford-St, W.C. To train for the ministry
PRIMITIVE METHODIST MISSIONARY Soc., 48, Albert-rd, Brixton, S.W. Financial secretary's office
PRINCESS LOUISE HOME, &c., FOR YOUNG GIRLS, Sec., 26, New Broad-st. Young girls (not thieves)
PRINTERS' PENSION, ALMSHOUSES, &c. CORP, Sec., 20 High Holborn. Trade. Almshouses & orph. asy
PRINTERS' WESTM. ABB. PEN. FUND FOR AGED DAU., Sec., 20, High Hol. Trade
PROTECTION OF WOMEN & CHILDREN, SOC. FOR, Sec., 85, Strand
PROTESTANT EDUCATIONAL INST. & ASSOC., Hon. Sec., Admiralty
PROTESTANT MISS., HOME & SCH. FOR SONS & 0RPH., Sec., Blackheath. On payment
PROVIDENCE (ROW) NIGHT REFUGE & HOME, Hon. Sec., 21, City-road. Shelter and food
PROVIDENT MED. INST. & LYING-IN CHAR.,Dispen., 20, Pimlico-rd, S.W. Advice, home, attendance, &c.
PROVIDENT SURGICAL APPLIANCE SOCIETY, Institution, 37, Gt. Ormond-st Surgical advice, trusses, stockings &c.
QUEBEC CHAPEL TEMP. HOME FOR YOUNG WOM., Mat., 115, Crawford-st. Before entering Queen Charlotte's Hospital
QUEEN ADELAIDE'S NAVAL FUND, Hon. Sec., Admiralty, New-street. Orph. dau. of R. Nav.& R.M.offi.
QUEEN ANNE'S BOUNTY, Secretary, 3, Dean's-yard, Westminster. Augmentation of small benefices
RAGGED CHURCH AND CHAPEL UNION, Sec., 4, Trafalgar.sq, Charing-cross. Places of worship for poor
RAGGED SCHOOL UNION, Secretary, 1, Exeter Hall. To promote free education.
RAILWAY SERVANTS' ORPHANAGE, Sec., 54, Christie-rd, S. Hackney, E. Orph. of rail. serv. killed on duty
RAINS'S ASYLUM AND SCHOOLS, Master, Cannon-street-road, E.
REFORMATORY AND REFUGE UNION, Secretary, 435, West Strand .. Destitute & neglect. wom. & chil.
REFORMATORY PROVIDENT FUND, ditto .. .. Offi. of inst. connected with union
REFUGE FOR THE DESTITUTE, Manor House, Dalston-lane, E. Female criminals for service
REFUGES FOR HOMELESS & DESTITUTE CHILDREN, Sec., 25, Gt. Queen-st. Train for service
RELIEF OF POOR, ASSOC. FOR, Sec., 24, Knightrider-st, Doctors-commons. Coals
RESCUE OF YOUNG WOM. & CHIL., SOC. FOR, Sec., 85, Queen-st, Cheapside
RIPPON'S, NOW METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE ALMSHOUSES, Deacons.. Females worship. at Tabernacle
ROBINSON'S RELIEF FUND, Treasurer, Upgang, Upper Norwood. Dissenting ministers
ROBINSON'S RETREAT, ditto. Widows of Dissenting ministers
ROYAL ALBERT ORPHAN ASYLUM, Secretary, 18, Newgate-street. Thoroughly destitute orphans
ROYAL ALFRED AGED MERCH. SEAMEN'S INST., Sec., 156, Leadenhall-st . Home and out pensions
ROYAL ASYLUM OF ST. ANNES SOCIETY, Sec., 58, Gracechurch-st. Chil. of par. formerly in sup. sta
ROYAL BRITISH FEMALE ORPHAN ASYLUM, Hon. Sec., Devonport Fern. orph. of sol., sail., & mar.
ROYAL CALEDONIAN ASYLUM, Secretary, Caledonian-road, Holloway. Chil. of. Scotch sol., sail., & mar.
ROYAL FEMALE PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY, Sec., 23, Lincoln's-inn-fields. Young female prisoners & others
ROYAL GARDENERS' ROYAL BERRY. INST., Sec., 14, Tavistock-row, W.C. Trade
ROYAL GENERAL ANNUITY SOCIETY, Sec., 10, Bell-yard, Gracechurch-st. Persons formerly better off
ROYAL GENERAL DISPENSARY, 25, Bartholomew-close. Medical and surgical relief
ROYAL GENERAL THEATRICAL FUND, Sec., 45, Wellington-street, W.C. Professional
ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY, Secretary, 4, Trafalgar-square. Recovering apparently drowned, and granting rewards for saving life
ROYAL LITERARY FUND, Secretary, 7, Adelphi.terrace, Strand. Relieve authors (disease
ROYAL LONDON OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL, Sec., Blomfield-st. Moorfields. Relieving poor suffering eye
ROYAL MASONIC BENEV. INST., Sec., 4, Freemasons' Hall, Gt. Queen-st. Aged Freemasons and their wid.
ROYAL MASOINIC INSTITUTION FOR BOYS, Sec., 6, ditto
ROYAL MASONIC INSTITUTION FOR GIRLS, Sec., 5, ditto
ROYAL MATERNITY CHARITY, Secretary, 31, Finsbury-square. Poor married wom. at own homes
ROYAL MEDICAL BENEVOLENT COLLEGE, Sec., 37 Soho-square, W. Poor med. Men, widows & sons
ROYAL NATIONAL LIFE-BOAT INST., Sec., 14, John-st, Adelphi, W.C. Plants lifeboats on coast, and grants rewards for saving life from shipwreck
ROYAL NAVAL BENEVOLENT SOC., Sec., 18, Adam-street, Adelphi, W.C. Naval offi., their wid., orph., &c
ROYAL NAVAL FEMALE SCHOOL, Secretary, 32, Sackville-street.. Dau. of Nav. & Royl. Mar. offi.
ROYAL NAVAL SCHOOL, Secretary, New Cross, S.E Sons of Nav. & Royl. Mar. offi.
ROYAL SCHOOL FOR DAU. OF OFFICERS OF ARMY, Sec., Cockspur-st, SW. Dau. of offi. of Army & Marines
ROYAL SCHOOL OF MUSICIANS OF GREAT BRITAIN, Sec., 84, New Bond-st Professional
ROYAL VICTORIA PATRIOTIC ASY., Sec., 5, St. Martin's-pl, Trafalgar.sq. Sons & dau. of soldiers, sailors, and marines fallen in war
RUPTURE SOCIETY, THE, Sec., 27, Great James-street, Bedford-row. To provide trusses gratuitously
SABBATH MEAL SOCIETY, Sec., Zetland Hall, Mansell-street, Aldgate. To provide strangers with meals.
SACRED HARMONIC SOC., BENEV. FUND OF, Committee, 6, Exeter Hall. Members of the Society
SADDLERS' COMPANY'S CHARITY: HONNOR'S HOME, Clk., 14, Cheapside. Members of Company
SAILORS' ORPHAN GIRLS, Sec., 50, Bishopsgate-street-within. School and Home.
SAILORS' (THE) HOME, Secretary, Well-street, London-docks. Home &c. for sailors on shore
ST. ANDREW'S SICK KITCHEN, 18, Charles-st Middlesex Hospital, W. Dinners
ST. ANTHOLIN'S LECTURESHIP CHARITY, Trus., 3a, Finsbury-pl-south.
ST. CLEMENT DANES' HOLB. ESTATE CHAR., Clk., Houghton-st, Strand
ALMSHOUSES, Garrett-lane, Lower Tooting, ditto. Householders in parish
GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ditto. A middle-class for boys
INFANT SCHOOLS, ditto. Children up seven years
MIDDLE CLASS GIRLS' SCHOOL, ditto.
ST. CLEMENT DANES' MISSION, Sec., Yeates-court, Carey-street, W.C. To assist
ST. GEORGE HANOVER SQUARE, VISITING ASSOCIATION, Secretary, 18, Grosvenor-mews, New Bond-street. The poor of the district
ST. GILES & ST. GEORGE ALMSHSE. CHARITIES, Sec., 66, Ct. Russell-st. Widows of these parishes
ST. JAMES'S DIOCESAN HOME, Sister Superior, Fulham. Female penitents of an up. class
ST. JOHN'S SERVANTS' SCH., Matr., Gt. Western-rd, Westbourne-pk, W. Household serv. & nursery gov.
ST JOHNS INDUSTRIAL HOME, 3, Franklin's-row, Queen's-road, Chelsea. Girls for service
ST. MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS' ALMSHOUSES, Clk., Bayham-st, Camden Tn. Resident householders in parish
ST. MARY, CHARTERHOUSE SCHOOLS, Manager, Golden-lane . Children of the poor
ST. MARYLEBONE ALMSHOUSES INST., Sec., 65, Marylebone-road, W. Householders of St. Marylebone
ST. MARYLEBONE CHAR. SCH., Sec., Devonshire-pl-north, Marylebone-rd. Poor girls of parish.
ST. MARYLEBONE FEMALE PROTECTION SOCIETY, 157-9, Marylebone-rd. Young women not dissipated.
ST. MARY MAGDALENE CONV. HOME, Sec., 14, Ranelagh-rd, Paddington. Before & aft. Q. Charlotte's Hos.
ST. MATTHEW'S HOME FOR FEM. ORPH., Hon. Sec., 37, Ossington-st, W. Born in wedlock.
St. OLAVE'S AND ST. JOHN'S, SOUTHWARK, QUEEN ELIZABETH'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL OF. Sec., Queen Elizabeth-street, Southwark. Day school
ST. PANCRAS ALSMHOUSES, Sec., 33, Burton-street, W.C. Parishioners
ST. PANCRAS FEMALE CHARITY SCHOOL, Treas., 108, Hampstead-road. Children of parishioners
ST. PATRICK BENEVOLENT SOCY., Sec., 61, Stamford-st, Blackfriars-rd. Chil. born in London, Irish par.
St. PETER'S HOME & MISSION, Lady Superin., Mortimer-rd, Kilburn.. Convalescent poor women &c.
ST. PETER'S ORPHANAGE, Lady Superin., Upper Kennington-lane, SE. Orphan dau. of educational men
ST. PETER'S ORPHAN AND CONVAL HOME, Lady Sup, Broadstairs, Kent. Industrial training
ST. SAVIOUR'S FREE GRAM. SCHOO, Hd. Mast., Sumner-st, , Southwark. Boys £6 per ann., £1 entrance
ST. SAVIOUR'S HOS. AND REFUGE, Sister, Alfred-ter, Upper Holloway. Connected Ch. Penitentiary Ass.
ST. SAVIOUR'S INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR BOYS, Beresford-st, Woolwich. Home and crèche.
ST. STEPHEN'S INFANT NURSERY, 101, Tabard-st (late Kent-street), Borough, SE. 1d. each a day
ST. THOMAS CHARTERHOUSE INSTITUTION, Master, 44, Goswell-road. Children of working class
SALTERS' COMPANY'S ALMSHOUSES, Clerk, Salters' Hall, St. Swithin's-la. Men and women of company
SALTERS' COMPANY'S SCHOOL (RAINEY'S FOUNDATION), ditto. English, French, Latin, music
SCHOOL OF DISCIPLINE, GIRLS, Hon. Sec., 2, Queen's-rd-west, Chelsea. Vagrant children
SCIENTIFIC RELIEF FUND, Secretary, Burlington House. Scientific men and their families
SCOTTISH CORPORATION, Secretary, 7, Crane-court, Fleet-street. Scots resident in London.
SHERIFFS' FUND SOCIETY, Hon. Secretary, Newgate. Fam. of pris., or discharged pris.
SHIP-BROKERS, &c., BENEVOLENT SOC. Sec., 17, Gracechurch-street. Ship- brokers, &c.
SHIPWRECKED FISHERMEN AND MARINERS' ROYAL BENEVOLENT SOCY., Secretary, Hibernia-chambers, London-bridge. Shipwrecked, fishermen, and mariners, & their widows & orphs.
SHOEBLACK SOCIETIES' HOMES:
CENTRAL, Superintendent, Saffron-hill, E.C. For homeless and friendless boys. EAST LONDON, Superintendent, 96, Mansel-street, Whitechapel. Ditto.
ISLINGTON AND NORTH LONDON, Supdt., 15, York-rd, King s-cross. Ditto.
NORTH-WEST LONDON, Superintendent, 241, Marylebone-road. Ditto.
NOTTING HILL, Superintendent, Prince's-road.. Ditto.
SOUTH LONDON, Superintendent, 223, High-street, Southwark. Ditto.
TOWER HAMLETS, Superintendent, 23, Stepney-green. Ditto.
UNION JACK SHOE BRIGADE, Hon. Director, Stepney-causeway. Ditto.
WEST LONDON, Superintendent, Bessborough-place, Pimlico. Ditto.
SHOEMAKERS: MASTER BOOTMAKERS' INST., Sec., 12, Winchester-st. Trade.
SILVER TRADE PENSION SOCIETY, Sec., 32, Frederick-st, Gray's-inn-rd. Trade
SION COLL., LIBRARY, &ALMSHOUSES, Clk., Mer. Taylors' Co., London W1. A library for London clergymen
SISTERS OF CHARITY, Sister in Charge, 13, Hope-street, Spitalfields, E. To visit, relieve, and nurse, &c.
SKINNERS' COMPANY'S ALMSHOUSES, Clerk, Mile End-road. Widows
HOLLES'S TRUST, Clerk, 32, Great St. Helen's, E.C Men and Women
JUDDS ALMSHOUSES, ditto. Members of company
LANCASTER'S CHARITY, ditto. Exhibitions.
LEWIS'S CHARITY, ditto. Exhibition.
LOANS TRUST, ditto. Not exc. £200, without interest
SMALL DEBTS, SOC FOR THE DISCHARGE, &c., Sec., 26, Carey-st, W.C.
SMALL-POX AND VACCIN. HOS., Treas., Whittington-pl, Highgate-hill -
SMITH'S CHARITY, Solicitors, 99, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury, W.C. Poor relations of Ald. Smith
SOANE'S, SIR JOHN, FUND, Hon. Secretary, 13, Lincoln's-inn-fields. Distressed architects, wid. & chil.
SOCIETE BELGE DE BIENFAISANCE, Hon.-Sec., 10, London-street, E.C. To distressed Belgians in London
SOCIETE FRANCAISE DR BIENFAISANCE, Sec., 10, Poland-st, Oxford-st. Poor French persons
SOCIETY FOR RELIEF OF DISTRESSED WIDOWS, Sec., 32, Sackville-st, W. Applying within the first month of widowhood
SOC. FOR RELIEF OF WID. & ORPH. OF MED. MEN, Sec., 53,Bernens-st, W.
SOCIETY OF SCHOOLMASTERS, Sec., 7, Adelphi-terrace, Strand. Distressed schoolmasters, &c.
SOLDIERS' DAUGHTERS' HOME, Secretary 7, Whitehall. Train for domestic service.
SOLICITORS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION, Sec., 9, Clifford's-inn, E.C. -. For indigent solicitors & families
SOMERSETSHIRE SOCIETY, Secretary, 13, Featherstone-buildings, W.C. Apprent. chil. of Somersetsh. par.
SOUTH BELGRAVIAN INST. AND BRANCH, Supdt., 58, Elizabeth-st, SW.
SOUTH LONDON REFUGE AND BOYS' HOME, Crescent-pl, Clapham-com. Boys in danger of becoming crim.
SOUTH LONDON VISITING AND RELIEF ASSOCIATION, Hon. Sec., 101 High- street, Borough. To aid the Parochial Visit. Soc.
SOUTHWARK FEMALE SOCIETY, Sec., 72, Gt. Guildford-st; Southwark. To relieve sickness and want.
SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE JEWS' ORPHAN SOCIETY, 10, Bevis Marks.
STAFFORD'S ALMSHOUSES AND CHARITY, Sec., 8, Gray's-inn-square. S.Andrew Holborn, or S.Geo., Queen's-square
STATIONERS' COMPANY'S CHARITIES:
BALDWIN'S GIFT, Clerk, Hall, Stationers'-hall-count, E.C. Great-coat to liverym. Or freem.
BLACKWELL'S GIFT, ditto. Journeymen printers.
BOWYER'S GIFT ditto. Journeymen comps. or pressmen
CATER'S GIFT ditto. St. Martin's Lud., and Christch.
CLARKE'S GIFT ditto. Widow of liverym. Or freeman
COMPT0N'S GIFT ditto. Compositors.
DAVIS'S GIFT ditto. Compositors.
DILLY'S GIFT ditto. Widows of liverymen.
GUY'S GIFT ditto. Widows of freemen.
HAMBLIN'S GIFT ditto. Widows of liverymen or freemen.
HANSARD'S GIFT ditto. Compositors or pressmen.
JOHNSON'S GIFT ditto. Widows of liverymen, 60 yrs. old
NICHOLS GIFT ditto. To compositors or pressmen.
STRAHAN'S (A.) GIFT, ditto. Compositors or pressmen.
STRAHAN'S (A.) GIFT, ditto. To printers.
STRAHAN'S (W.) ditto. 10 journeymen printers.
WITTINGHAM'S ditto. Widows of comps. or pressmen.
WRIGHT'S (ALD.) ditto. 24 freemen.
STATIONERS' COMPANY'S SCHOOL., ditto. Sons of liverymen and freemen.
STATIONERS AND PAPER MANUFAC. PROV. SOC., Sec., 66, Cannon-st. Members, their wid. & children
STEPNEY MEETING ALMSHOUSES, Deacons, White Horse-ter, Stepney. Poor of the chapel
STOCKWELL ORPHANAGE, Rev. Pres., Metro. Tabernacle, Newington. Fatherless boys
STRANGERS' HOME FOR ASIATICS, Hon. Sec., West India-dock-road, E. Asiatic seamen &c.
SURGICAL AID SOCIETY, Secretary, 16, New-bridge-street, E.C. Gives surgical appliances to poor.
SURREY CHAPEL ALMSHOUSES, Trustees, Hill-st, Blackfriars-road, SE. For members, their wid. & children
SURREY CHURCH ASSOCIATION, Secretary, 21, Regent-street SW. Increase Chur. accom. in Surrey
SURREY DISPENSARY, 6, Great Dover-street, Soutwark.
SURREY GIRLS' REFORM Sec., Netherton.house., Old Town, Clapham. Train girls for domestic service.
SURREY ORPH. & HOME, GIRLS. Sup., 1, Brondesbury-ter.; Thornton-heath. £12 per annum
TAILORS, BENEV. INST. FOR RELIEF OF, Sec, 32, Sackville-street, W. Aged and infirm journeymen
TALLOW CHANDLERS' BENEV. SOC., Sec., 28, Ossulston-st, Euston-road. Trade
TALLOW CHANDLERS' COMPANY.—MONK'S CHAR., Clerk, Dowgate-hill. Members of company.
TANCRED'S CHARITIES, Clerk, 28, Lincoln's-inn-fields . £100 studentships, and 12 pensions of £80 to aged gentlemen
THIEVES, CHR. WORKERS' MISS. TO, Sup., George-street, Camberwell. – Reclaiming thieves.
"TIMES" CRIMEAN FUND, Hon. Sec., Gwydyr House, Whitehall, SW. Sufferers from the Crimean war
TREWINT INDUS. FEMALE HOME, Matron, 201, Mare-st, Hackney, E. Girls over 14
TRYON HOUSE, HOME, AND INSTITUTE, Supdt., 115, Sloane-street, SW.
TURKISH MISSIONS' AID SOCIETY, 8, Adam-street, Adelphi, W.C. Protestant
Freemen and liverymen of Co. and their widows
UNITED COOKS' PENSION SOCIETY, Secretary, Albion Tavern, E.C. Trade
UNITED KINGDOM BAND OF HOPE UNION, Sec., 4, Ludgate-hill. To form Juvenile Tempce. Socs.
UNITED KINGDOM BENEFICENT ASSO., Sec., 4, Berners-street, W. Annus. to persons of better class
UNITED METHODIST FREE CH. MISS., Sec., 119, Salisbury-sq, Fleet-st.
UNITED ST. SAVIOURS ALMSHOUSES, Clerk, Norwood, S.E. Men and women
UNIVERSAL BENEFICENT SOCIETY, Secretary, 15, Soho-square. Pensions and general relief.
VAUGHAN'S (MRS.) CHARITY, Sec., 43, Charlotte-street, Blackfriars-road. Women of parish of Christchurch.
VELLUM BINDERS' PENSION SOCIETY, Sec., 114, Beresford-st, Walworth. Vellum binders & machine rulers
VILLAGE HOME FOR NEGLECTED GIRLS, Sec., Barkingside, Ilford, Essex. Girls in danger of vice.
VINTNERS' COMPANY'S ALMSHOUSES. Clerk, 68 ½ , Upper Thames-street. Widows of members of Company.
WALTER'S ALMSHOUSES, Clerk, Old-street, Shoreditch. Women of Shoreditch
WANDERERS' HOME, Sec., 6, Cambridge-lodge-villas, Mare-st Hackney. Enquiring Jews in distress.
WAREHOUSEMEN AND CLERKS' SCHOOLS, Sec., 97, Cheapside. Trade.
WATCH & CLOCK MAKERS' BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION, Hon. Sec., 8, Percival- st, E.C. Trade
WATERMEN AND LIGHTERMEN'S ASYLUM, Committee, 18, St. Mary-at-Hill. Trade.
WEAVERS' COMPANY'S CHARITIES, Clerk., 70, Basinghall-st, E.C. Pensions
WEAVERS' COMPANY'S ALMSHOUSES, ditto Freem. of Co. or weavers by trade
WELBECK-ST BOARDING HOUSE, Supdt., 55, Welbeck-st, Cavendish-sq
WELLINGTON COLLEGE, Secretary, Treasury, Whitehall, S.W. Sons of dec. officers in the Army
WELSH CHARITY SCHOOLS, Secretary, 26, Charles-st, Regent-street .. Children of Welsh parentage
WESLEYAN HOME MISSION, &c., Sec., Centenary-hall, Bishopsgate-st. In England, the Army and Navy
WESLEYAN METHODIST MISS. SOCIETY. Secs., 17, Bishopsgate-st-within. Foreign missions
WESLEYAN SEAMEN'S MISS., Minister, Chapel House, Commercial-rd, E.
WESLEYAN TRAINING COLLEGE FOR FEMALE STUDENTS, Sec., ditto. For school mistresses
WESLAYAN TRAINING COLL. FOR MALE STUD. Sec., 130, Horseferry-rd. For schoolmasters
WESLAYAN WORN-OUT MINISTERS' FUND, Treas., 39, Hamilton-road, Highbury- park. Ministers and their widows
WESTBY'S ALMSHOUSES. Treasurer, St. John's-road, Hoxton. Members of Independent denomination
WEST CENTRAL LONDON INSTITUTE, Supdt., 33, Red Lion-sq W.C.
WESTMINSTER FEMALE REFUGE, Lady Sup., 14, Gt. College-st SW. Penitent prostitutes
WESTMINSTER FRENCH PROTESTANT SCHOOL, Bloomsbury-street, W.C. Daugh. a descend. of Huguenot refugees
WESTMINSTER JEWS' FREE SCHOOL, Secretary, Greek-st, Soho-square -. Both sexes
WESTMINSTER MEMORIAL REFUGE, Secretary, 39, Charing-cross. Female prisoners on release
GREYCOAT HOSPITAL (ENDOWED) SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS—
THE DAY SCHOOL, Secretary, Alexandra-st Victoria-st, S.,.... 300, includ. 100 free exhibitioners
THE BOARDING SCHOOL (not yet established) 120, includ. 60 ditto.
UNITED WESTMINSTER (ENDOWED) SCHOOLS FOR BOYS—
THE DAY SCHOOL, Secretary, Alexandra-st, Victoria-st, SW... 600 includ. 160 free exhibitioners
EMANUEL (BOARDING) SCHOOL, ditto 60, will be 300, includ. 75 free do.
WESTMORLAND SOCIETY'S SCHOOL, Sec, 14 Bedford-row, W.C. - Chil. of
WHITELANDS TRAINING COLLEGE, Principal, King's-road, Chelsea. For 140 schoolmistresses
WHITWORTH'S SCHOLARSHIPS, Secretary, South Kensington Museum. Mechan. science and handicrafts
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF MEDICAL MRN, SOCIETY FOR RELIEF, Sec., 53, Berners-street, W. Professional
WIDOWS' HOME ASYLUM (JEWISH), Sec., 15, Newcastle-street, E.
WIDOWS SOC. FOR RELIEF OF DISTRESSED, Sec., 32, Sackville-st, W. Applying by letter from a subscriber within the first month after widowhood
WILTSHIRE SOCIETY, Secretary, Fig-tree-court, Temple, E.C Child. of persons from Wiltshire
WOMEN, BROMPTON COLLEGE FOR, Sec., 1, Queen-st, Brompton. Evening classes at low fees
WOMEN, NAT. UNION FOR IM. EDU. OF, Sec, 1, Queen-st, Brompton-rd.
WOMEN, SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING EMPLOYMENT OF, Sec., 22, Berners-st.
WOOD-CHOPPING BRIGADE, Secretary, Stepney-causeway, E. Employment to honest boys
WORCESTERSHIRE SOCIETY, Hon. Sec., 19, Hart-st1 Bloomsbury-sq, W.C. Children of natives of Worcestershire
WORKHOUSE VISITING SOCIETY, &c., Lady Sup., 21, New Ormond-st -. Indust. home; do. for incurables
WORKING BOYS, CHRISTIAN HOME, Supdt.1 12, Stafford-st, Marylebone-road.
WORKING LADS' INSTITUTES SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING, Whitechapel..
WORKING MEN'S CHRISTIAN INST. & CLUB, Supdt., Parker-st, Drury-la. Reading- room and religious instruction
WORKING MEN'S CLUB AND INSTITUTE UNION, Sec., 150, Strand, W.C. To help to establish clubs
WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE, Secretary, 45, Great Ormond-street, W.C.. Classes, lectures, and library
WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE SOUTH LONDON,Sec., 143, Up.Kennington-la. Working men and their families
WORKING MEN'S EDUCATIONAL UNION, Treas., 27, Paternoster-sq E.C. To provide diagrams1 &c
WORKING MEN'S LORD'S DAY REST ASSO., Sec., 13, Bedford-row, W.C. To secure Sunday as day of rest
WORKING WOMEN'S COLLEGE, now COLLEGE FOR MEN AND WOMEN, Lady Superintendent, 29, Queen-square, Bloomsbury. During leisure hours
WORKMEN, HOME FOR YOUNG, Superintendent, 197, Euston-road. Boys trained at Regent's-pk
YORKSHIRE SOCIETY'S SCHOOL, Sec., Westminster-road. Boys born in Yorkshire
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Sec., 165, Aldersgate street.
YOUNG MEN, EVENING CLASSES FOR. Sec., 52, Leadenhall-street
YOUNG WOMEN'S CENTRAL INSTITUTE, Sec., 19a, Gt. Portland-st
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, GOVERNESSES' HOME, Victoria House, 135, Queen's-road, W.
YOUNG WOMENS' CHRIS. ASSO. GOVERNESSES' HOME, 220, Marylebone-rd
YOUNG WOMENS' CHRIS. ASSO. 7, Upper Phillimore-pl, Kensington
YOUNG WOMENS' CHRIS. ASSO. RESTAURANT AND HOME, Princess House, 106 Brompton Road