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ARTISTS' GENERAL BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION
An account of the General Benevolent Institution, for the relief of decayed artists of the United Kingdom, whose works have been known and esteemed by the public; and for affording assistance to their widows and orphans. Supported by voluntary contributions. Instituted 1814.
London: printed by W. Nicol, 1829.
[4], 55, [1] p. ; 15.9 cm. (8º)

Soane is listed as a vice-president and a trustee. Soane, Mrs Soane and John Soane, jun. were all subscribers.

Copy Notes Bound (9) in a collection of pamphlets. With an ALs in ink tipped in dated April 24, 1819 inviting Soane to accept an invitation to the anniversary festival, enclosing a ticket of admission [not retained] and requesting his acknowledgement of attendance, signed by the honorary secretary.

Binding Later C19th brown morocco-grain binder's cloth, gilt-lettered on spine 'Artists' / Societies'. Later numbered 'F' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 5428


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