Charities -- England -- Hexham -- Early works to 1800. : An account of certain charities. : Containing a catalogue of several benefactors, who have given or left any thing to pious and charitable uses, As the Church, the Poor, or Free Schools, in Tindale Ward, in the county of Northumberland. To which is added, a brief account and description of the parish and Parish-Church of Hexham, in the county aforesaid.
Charities -- England -- Leicestershire -- Market Harborough. : A collection of the charities and donations, given for any religious or other public use to the town of Market-Harborough in the county of Leicester. To which is added The decree issued out of the High Court of Chancery, 13th. of Charles I. confirming the Proprietors of certain ancient Cottages in Harborough in their Right of Commons, Acre-Hades, &c. in the Common Fields of Great-Bowden. The whole compiled from the Parish-Registers, Decrees, Wills, Old-Feoffments, Terriers, Town-Books, and other Authentic Records, And interspersed With some Occasional and Incidental Remarks. By Rowland Rouse.
Charities -- England -- Liverpool -- Periodicals. : Liverpool Central Relief and Charity Organisation Society, associated with the National Association of Guilds of Help : annual report / [Liverpool Central Relief and Charity Organisation Society].
Charities -- England -- London -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800. : An answer to several letters written by Scotish gentlemen in His Majesties dominions beyond the seas : to the master & governors of the Scotish Corporation and Hospital in London, giving a true account of the erection of the said company, and its progress from the year 1664, to 1677, for the satisfaction of such as desire that information.
Charities -- England -- London -- 1753. : A sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy : in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, on Thursday, May 10, 1753. By Thomas Ashton, M. A. rector of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, and Fellow of Eton College. To which is annexed, a list of the Annual Amount of the Collection for this charity, from the Year 1721.
Charities -- England -- Newcastle upon Tyne. : Bethesda : A Sermon, preached in the Parish Church of St Nicholas, in Newcastle upon Tyne, on Saturday, July 26, 1777, before the Governors of the Infirmary, At their Anniversary Meeting. By James Scott, D. D. Rector of Simonburn, and late Fellow of Trinity-College, Cambridge. Published at the Request of the Governors, for the Benefit of that Charity.
Charities -- England -- Norfolk. : An account of the different charities belonging to the poor of the county of Norfolk [electronic resource] : abridged from the returns under Gilbert's Act, to the House of Commons in 1786; and from the terriers in the office of the Lord Bishop of Norwich / by Zachary Clark.
Charities -- England -- Northumberland. : An account of certain charities : containing a catalogue of several benefactors, who have given or left anything to pious and charitables uses, ... in Tyndale-Ward, in the county of Northumberland. Made at Easter, 1713. Also, copies and abstracts of several bequests and settlements, .. To which is added, a brief account and description of the parish ... of Hexham, in the county aforesaid..
Charities -- England -- Sandwich -- Early works to 1800. : Articles of agreement, made, concluded, and fully agreed upon, this, eleventh day of April, in the year of our Lord 1776, and in the sixteenth year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France and Ireland, king, defender of the faith, ans so forth: between the several persons whose names are hereunto subscribed and seals affixed; for the well governing a society instituted in the town and port of Sandwich, in the county of Kent, for the benefit of widows, by the advice and mutual consent of the parties, in manner following, (that is to say) ...
Charities -- England -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : A disswasive from worldly-mindedness, in order to the due exercise of Christian charity : A sermon preached in the chappel of Popler, on the 8th of Sept. 1698. Before the trustees for the charity of Captain William Curtis, deceased. Who, in the year 1669, bequeathed a rent-charge of sixty pounds per annum, for the release of poor prisoners, the relief of aged people, a weekly distribution of bread, and the placing out of poor children to trades: for the benefit of the poor in the hamlets of Popler, Mile-end, Limus, and Ratcliff, for ever. Published at the request of the trustees. By Josiah Woodward, minister of Popler.
Charities -- England -- Somerset. : The forming of the charitable institutions of the west of England : a study of the changing pattern of social aspirations in Bristol and Somerset, 1480-1660.
Charities -- England -- Stevenage. : The Hellard Almshouses and other Stevenage charities 1482-2005 / edited and with an introduction by Margaret Ashby and with a preface by Evelyn Lord.
Charities -- England -- Tottenham. : The history and antiquities of the parish of Tottenham High-Cross : in the county of Middlesex. Collected from authentic records. With an appendix, containing the account of the said town, drawn up by the Rt. Hon. Henry, last Lord Colerane, Printed From The Original MS. In The Bodleian Library At Oxford. By H. G. Oldfield, and R. R. Dyson.
Episcopal Church -- Charities. : Rules of the Society, for the Relief of the Widows and Orphans of the Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the State of South-Carolina; established October 17, 1787 [electronic resource].
Charities -- Foreign countries. : Strengthening the partnership [electronic resource] : improving military coordination with relief agencies and allies in humanitarian operations / Daniel Byman ... [et al.].