An Account of Charity-schools Lately Erected in Those Parts of Great Britain Called, England and Wales:: With the Benefactions Thereto; and of the Methods Whereby They Were Set Up and are Governed. Also, a Proposal for Enlarging Their Number, and Adding Some Work to the Childrens Learning, Thereby to Render Their Education More Useful to the Publick..
Joseph Downing, in Bartholomew-Close near West-Smithfield, 1708 - Charity-schools - 41 pages
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