Poor -- England -- Manchester. : A report of the committee of the Associated ley-payers, in the township of Manchester; appointed to enquire into the accounts of the churchwardens and overseers, and other matters ...
Poor -- England -- Norfolk -- Early works to 1800. : Address to the poor of Northrepps : in the county of Norfolk, on an occasion of private beneficence to them, and delivered at the said parish church on Thursday the 22nd of January 1795; containing some religions and civil principles suitable to the times. To which is prefixed an Epistle to the Church-Wardens of Cromer, in the said county, On their active Goodness in destring to print some Copies of such Address, at their own private cost, To distribute among the Poor of that Parish. In the Course of which Epistle, it seeming a favorable medium for so doing, Is conveyed for candid Consideration a few strictures relative to the religious and official duties incumbent upon Church-Wardens and every official Lay Person about the Church. With additional Matter concerning the Complexion of the present critical Period, as seriously calling for every religious reformation. Including an invaluable Part of the dying charge to his clergy Of the late good and Pious Prelate, Horne, Lord Bishop of Norwich, As necessary in this faithless Generation to be propagated to all P.
Poor -- England -- Northampton. : A short account of the two charitable foundations at King's-Cliffe in the county of Northampton. The one founded in the year 1745, by Mr. Elizabeth Hutcheson of King's-Cliffe, Relict of the late Archibald Hutcheson, Esq; of Westminster. The other founded in the year 1727, by William Law of King's-Cliffe, Presbyter of the Church of England.
Poor -- England -- Norwich -- Early works to 1800. : An exact account of the charge for supporting the poor of the city of Norwich : contain'd in the following tables: viz. I. Tables of the yearly charge for maintenance of the poor in each respective Parish, from the Beginning of this Century, to this present Year. To which is prefix'd in like manner, the Charge for the Year 1690. II. A Table of the Discretional Disbursements only, separated from the Weekly Allowances, for the Years 1711, and 1718, in order to shew, That the Discretional Disbursements are abated since the Workhouse Method commenc'd. III. Tables of the Yearly Charge of the Poor, and Number of the Collectioners, for a compleat 100 Years, viz. from 1620, to 1720, for Fourteen Parishes; being all of them whose Parish-Books run back so far. Lastly, a Table for these Fourteen Parishes, containing the Yearly Charge, Number of Poor, and Weeks throughout the 100 Years.
Poor -- England -- Wiltshire -- Early works to 1800. : A brief statement of facts : Wherein, several instances of unparalleled inhumanity, oppression, cruelty, and neglect, in the treatment of the poor, in the parish of Damerham South in the county of Wilts, are considered and exposed. By Philip Henvill, curate.
Poor, Enoch, 1736-1780. : An oration, delivered at Hackinsack, on the tenth of September, 1780. [electronic resource] : At the interment of the Honorable Brigadier Enoch Poor, general of the New Hampshire Brigade. / By the Reverend Israel Evans, A.M. and Chaplain to the said brigade. ; Published by desire of the officers of the New-Hampshire troops, and a number of gentlemen in Exeter.
Poor -- Europe, Eastern -- Statistics. : Poverty correlates and indicator-based targeting in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union [electronic resource] / Christiaan Grootaert, Jeanine Braithwaite.