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CHELSEA PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS
[Annual report. 1825]
The second annual report of the treasurer, Thomas Bryan, Esq. to the subscribers, at their annual meeting, held on the 8th of March, 1825, in the vestry room of the new church, with rules and regulations for adoption when the new buildings are completed, and a statement of the receipt and expenditure; with a list of subscribers in support of the schools, and also a list of the subscriptions and donations in aid of the new building.
Chelsea printed by D. Jaques, 1825.
48 p. ; 20.3 cm. (8º)

At head of title: St. Luke, Chelsea, Parish Charity Schools. Report dated 8 March 1825. Includes a list of subscribers and donors arranged by street, including Soane under 'College' as a new subscriber for £1 1s. although he was already recorded for the same amount in the previous year's report (q.v.). Soane was appointed Clerk of Works of Chelsea Hospital in May 1807 and held the post until his death in 1837. The church of St Luke at Chelsea, designed by James Savage and consecrated in October 1824, was a landmark in the history of the Gothic revival.

Copy Notes Bound (2) in a collection of 10 reports.

Binding C20th red pebble-grained book cloth, spine gilt-lettered 'Chelsea Hospital & Schools'.

Reference Number 129


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