Poor children -- Employment -- Great Britain. : An earnest appeal for mercy to the children of the poor, particularly those belonging to the parishes within the bills of mortality, appointed by an Act of Parliament to be registered. being a general reference to the deserving conduct of some parish officers, and the pernicious effects of the ignorance and ill judged parsimony of others. With some comparative views of those parishes and the Foundling Hospital; And Reasons for the necessity of such an hospital in these cities, to be maintained for certain purposes only, and under certain restrictions. Also a proposal for the more effectual preserving the parish children here, and in other great cities and manufacturing towns, and rendering the children of the poor in general pious, useful, and good subjects. By Jonas Hanway, Esq.
Poor children -- England -- London. : Rules, orders, and regulations : to be duly observed and kept in the Parish School of Industry, in King Street, Golden Square: instituted for the Maintaining, Educating, and Employing the Poor Children belonging to the Parish of Saint James, within the Liberty of Westminster, made by the Governors and Directors of the Poor of the said Parish, and confirmed by the Vestry-Men, in the Vestry duly assembled; pursuant to the Directions of an Act of Parliment made and passed in the Second Year of His present Majesty's Reign, Intituled, ̀̀an Act for the better Relief and Employment of the Poor; and for cleansing the Streets, Lanes, and other Passages and Places, in the Parish of Saint James, within the Liberty of Westminster; and for enlarging the Church-Yard belonging to the said Parish.'' .
Poor children -- England -- London -- Statistics -- Early works to 1800. : An abstract of the annual registers of the parish poor, from the birth until apprenticed out : Viz. The seventeen parishes without the walls of the city of London, the twenty-three parishes in Middlesex and Surry, the ten parishes in the city and liberties of Westminster, according to the act of Parliament of the seventh year of His Present Majesty: and of the ninety-seven parishes within the walls of the city of London, according to the act of Parliament of the second year of His Present Majesty: from the first day of January 1798, to the thirty-first day of December inclusive. The said registers being received into the custody of the worshipful master, wardens, and company of parish clerks.