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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. Bulmer and Co., 1816.
32 p. ; 20.8 cm. (8º)

Sir John Soane, Mrs Soane and John Soane, jun. were all life subscribers.

Copy Notes Bound in a collection of miscellaneous pamphlets. The name of 'James Randall, Esq.' has been crossed out from the list of 'Life Subscribers', pp. [4]--5.

Binding C19th half green binder's cloth, marbled-paper boards, paper spine-label ink-lettered 'Sundry / Pamphlets / &c.', numbered '43' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 3941


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