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PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY
An account of the nature and views, of the Philanthropic Society, instituted in MDCCLXXXVIII, for the prevention of crimes, by the admission of the offspring of convicts, and for the reform of criminal poor children. To which are annexed, the laws and regulations of the Society, &c.
London: printed at the Philanthropic Reform, April, 1797.
22, [2] p. ; 16.5 cm. (12°)

The final leaf gives notice of the trades 'carried on for the Benefit of the Institution', viz.: printing, shoemaking, tailoring, ropemaking, and stocking-weaving. ESTC n16120.

Copy Notes Bound (4) in a collection of pamphlets, including An account of the nature and present state of the Philanthropic Society, 1815 (q.v.).

Binding Later C19th green pebble-grained binder's cloth cloth, gilt-lettered spine reading 'Societies / Pamphlets'. The spine later numbered 'A' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 3014


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