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CHILDREN' S FRIEND SOCIETY
[Annual report. 1834]
Fourth annual report of the Children's Friend Society, instituted in the year 1830, for the prevention of juvenile vagrancy. With an account and plan of the institution, its rules and regulations, and list of subscribers. Office of the institution, Exeter Hall.
London: printed for the Society, by C. Richards, 1834.
xxvi, [2], 52 p. ; 19.5 cm. (8°)

The asylums managed by the Society were the Royal Victoria Asylum at Chiswick and the brenton Asylum at Hackney-Wick.

Copy Notes Copy 1: Bound (9) in a collection of pamphlets.
Copy 2: Imperfect; wanting the list of subscribers; paginated: 26 p. The text is the same as that of copy 1 so far as the general contents are concerned. Where copy 1 has a list of subscribers (pp. [1]--52), copy 2 has a note referring to the availabilty of this list from the Society's office. Bound (10) in a collection of pamphlets after copy 1, and with part of an incomplete copy of the Sixth Annual report, 1836 (q.v.).

Binding Both copies: Later C19th pebble-grained maroon binder's cloth, gilt-lettered spine reading 'Insurance & Societies'. Later numbered 'B' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 5379


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