Orphans -- Education. : Poverty, AIDS, and children's Schooling [electronic resource] : a targeting dilemma / Martha Ainsworth and Deon Filmer.
Orphans -- Education -- Great Britain. : A plan for the establishing a working-school, [electronic resource] : for the maintenance, education, and employment of poor children, especially orphans. And also rules for the execution and good government thereof. Proposed to the consideration of all who are or may be subscribers thereto.
Orphans -- Education -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : A brief account of the hibernian nursery for the support and education of the orphans and children of mariners only. [electronic resource] : With the present state of that charitable institution, which the governors think their duty to lay before the public.
Orphans-Fund (London, England) -- Finance. : An abstract of the Chamberlain's accompts, [electronic resource] : as receiver and treasurer for the Orphans-Fund, for seven years, from midsummer, 1694. To midsummer, 1701 (as it was found by Mr. Auditor Done, upon examination of the said Chamberlain's books, April 1702.).
Orphans -- Georgia. : A letter to His Excellency Governor Wright, [electronic resource] : Giving an Account of the Steps taken relative to the converting The Georgia Orphan-House into a College: Together with the Literary Correspondence that passed upon that Subject between his Grace the Archbiship of Canterbury and the Reverend Mr. Whitefield. To which also is annexed the Plan and Elevation of the present and intended Building and Orphan-House Lands adjacent. By G. Whitefield, A. M. Late of Pembroke College, Oxford, and Chaplain to the Countess of Huntingdon.