A guide to all institutions existing for the benefit of women and children, by the ed. of the 'Woman's gazette' and the 'Handbook of woman's work' [signing herself L.M.H.].

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Page 4 - There had been established, just at that time, in these four towns, an association calling itself the North of England Council for promoting the Higher Education of Women.
Page 5 - ... less than two feet high, from a similar figure, together with an outline drawing or drawings of the same figure anatomised, showing the bones and muscles, in one or two drawings, with references to the several muscles, tendons, and bones contained therein. admitted as a student of the Royal Academy for seven years, and receive a ticket of admission from the Keeper. Each candidate to be a student in architecture shall submit to the Council four drawings (not necessarily made for the occasion),...
Page 5 - ... gratuitous, but students provide their own materials. Applicants for admission must have attained some proficiency, and must deliver specimens of their work, with a printed form duly filled in, at the Academy on or before the 28th of June or the 28th of December, to be submitted to the Council. (This form can be obtained from the Registrar through the written request of a Member, or some artist or person of known respectability.) If approved of, the applicant is received as a Probationer for...
Page 26 - GREEN— 297 Bethnal Green Road, E. WHITECHAPEL UNION— 194 Commercial Road, E. ST. GEORGE-IN-THE-EAST— 194 Commercial Road, E. STEPNEY UNION— 3 Arbour Cottages, Arbour Street East, Commercial Road, E. MILE-END OLD TOWN— 3 Arbour Cottages, Arbour Street East, Commercial Road, E. POPLAR UNION— 129 East India Dock Road, E. SOUTH. ST. SAVIOUR'S, SOUTHWARK— 9 St. George's Circus, SE NEWINGTON— 230 Walworth Road, SE ST. OLAVE'S UNION, SOUTHWARK...
Page 5 - SOCIETY, advances School Fees upon certain conditions to persons over 16, desirous of improving their education for purposes of self-maintenance as Teachers. Apply for regulations by post to Hon. Sec., Miss Ewart, 3 Morpeth Terrace, Victoria Street, London, sw, before February, May, and November in each year, for the three terms of Easter, Michaelmas, and Lent following. Connected with Women's Education Union, see page 3. LOAN SOCIETY, in connexion with Ladies
Page 6 - ... for the Clergy are numerous, but often of small value ; and many have been founded for the benefit of the Beneficed Clergy of certain Dioceses only. The more important of those, without such limit, are as follows : — POOR CLERGY RELIEF SOCIETY, 36 Southampton Street, Strand.
Page 9 - Introduction by Subscriber and references. By Election ; but canvassing forbidden. Apply to Mrs. Ellis Williams, Founder and Hon. Sec., 40 Bedford Square, wc PATRIOTIC FUND. Royal Commission, St. Martin's Place, Trafalgar Square. NAVAL AND MILITARY— HOWARD'S INSTITUTION pensions Widows. Trustees, 10 Salisbury Street, Strand. SOLDIERS' WIDOWSROYAL CAMBRIDGE ASYLUM, Kingston, Surrey.
Page 8 - LADY CONYNGHAM'S CHARITY, which grants Pensions of 201., and the YORK EMMANUEL, which befriends cases of Blindness and Idiotcy. HULL, MRS. ANN WATSON'S CHARITY OP STONEFERRY now gives Lodgings and 251. Pensions to eleven Widows in the LADIES

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