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SAINT GILES-IN-THE-FIELDS AND SAINT GEORGE BLOOMSBURY PARISH CHARITY SCHOOLS
[Report. 1830]
An account of the parochial charity schools, for the children of the poorer parishioners of St. Giles in the Fields, and St. George, Bloomsbury, (founded in the year 1705) in which sixty-one girls are boarded, clothed, educated, and qualified to become useful servants; and one hundred and one boys are clothed, educated, and prepared for suitable trades or services. Supported by annual subscriptions, donations, and legacies. ...
London: printed by J. Davy, 1830.
39, [1] p. ; 20.5 cm. (8º)

The girls' school was at 48 Museum Street and the boys' school in Bloomsbury churchyard. Soane was elected to the select vestry of the parish of St Giles-in-the-Fields on 11 February 1802.

Copy Notes Bound (4) in a collection of 14 pamphlets. Proof corrections in ink on pp. [17] and 22, and a substantive paragraph on p. 23 against the name of Mr Edward King for insertion into the next edition.

Binding C20th maroon morocco-grained book cloth, spine gilt-lettered 'S. Giles's Parish'.

Reference Number 113


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