An Account of the Corporation for the Poor of London: Shewing the Nature, Usefulness, and Management of the Work-house in Bishopsgate-Street. ...
Joseph Downing, 1713 - 22 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Act in Execution Act of Parliament aforesaid Aldermen amounts Annum Application Apprehending Assistants Beggars Benefactor giving Bles bonds bour Brief Account brought Business By-Laws cation Charge Charity Charity-Schools Chil Child Church of England Church-Wardens Citizens City Cloathed Committee Common Council Corporation Discipline Disorderly Persons dren due Provision Easter employ'd Employed and set Erecting expended fall short fame Frugality gars Gentlemen granted hath been Objected honest House i^th Idle and Disorderly incorrigible keep Keeper's Side Labour and Industry Lewd liament Management Money neces Number Occasion Orders Parish Children Perishing for Want Pilfering poor Children Poor of London Preamble prehending and Punishing President and Governours pretend Principal Design Publick Punishing Rogues raised receiv'd receive Lands Regulating Relief and Employment Religious Education sary Sessions shew Steward's Side sturdy taken taught therein thereof thought fit Vaga Vagabonds Vagrants whereby wicked Practices Work-House Yearly