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Secretary, G. S. Clarke, esq., Army Governesses' BENEVOLENT INSTIMedical Board Office, Whitehall, Turion. The oojects are-tempo

rary assistance to Governesses in ARMY Medical Officers, Benevo- distress-annuity and provident

LENT SOCIETY, Instituted 1820. funds-a home for Governesses President, Sir Chas. M. Clarke, bt. during the intervals between their Trustees, Geo. Jas. Guthrie, esq., engagementsa system of regis

Dr. Andrew Smith, Dr. A. Stewart. tration entirely free of expense Secretary, G. S. Clarke, esq., Army ylum for the aged. IncorMedical Board Office, Whitehall. porated by Royal Charter. 32,

Sackville-st. LAW AssociaTION, for the benefit Under the Patronage of the QUEEN,

of Widows and Families of pro. Prince Albert, Duchess of Gloufessional men in the Metropolis cester, Duch. of Kent, Duke of and Vicinity. Committee meet Cambridge, Grand Duchess of first Thursday in every month, Mecklenburgh Strelitz, the Prinexcept Sept. and Oct. Estab. 1817.

cess Mary Adelaide. President, Lord Lyndhurst. President, Earl of Harrowby. Vice-Pres., The Lord Chancellor, Secretary, Chas. W. Klugh, esq.

The Master of the Rolls, Lord
Justice Knight Bruce, Rt. Hon.
Sir Geo. J. Turner, Rt. Hon. Sir Scottish HOSPITAL, Crane Court,
James Wigram.

Fleet-street. Incorp. 1665, for the Treasurers, Geo. H. Kinderley, Law- relief of aged and indigent Natives rence Desborough, esqrs.

of Scotland resident in London. Secretary, John Murray, esq., 7, Petitions of applicants for relief are Whitehall-place.

required to be in the Office, Trinity Collector, Mr. Thomas Pemeller, Church-passage, Fetter-lane, on the 20, Hemingford-villas, Islington. 1st Wednesday of the month. The

Kinloch BEQUEST, a Trust to Artists'BENEVOLENTFUND, forthe the Hospital for granting An

Relief of their Widows and Orphans. nuities to Seamen and Soldiers, Incorporated by Charter, 1827. natives of Scotland, wounded and Patron, The QUEEN.

disabled in the Army or Nary, President, Sir J. E. Swinburne, bt. Committee meet on the 1st Thurs. Treasurer, Sir Claude Edw. Scott, bt. day in March, June, Sept. and Secretary, Aug. U. Thiselton, esq., Dec.

34,Gt. Queen-sl.,Lincoln.-inn-flus. President, Duke of Montrose. Collector, Mr. Thos. Brittain. Treasurer, The Chisholm.

Chaplains, Rev. John Cumming, ARTISTS' General Benevolent Insti- D.D., Archdeacon Sinclair.

tution, for the Relief of decayed Physicians, Jn. Webster, M.D., Artists whose works are known George Darling.M.D., Rob. Dickand esteemed, their Widows and son, M.D., John Scott, M.D. Orphans. Ins. 1814. Incorp. 1842. Surgs., J.Liddle, esq., R.H.MackenProtectress, The Queen.

zie, M.D., Professor Fergusson. Patron, Prince Albert.

Secretary, James Adair, esq. President, Sir C. L. Eastlake. Sulicitor, W. M. Webster, esq. Treasurer, C. R. Cockerell, esq. Surveyor, Thos. L. Donaldson, esq. Honorary Sec., H. W. Phillips, esq. Collector 8. Visitor of the Poor, Geo. Assistant Sec., Mr. W. J. Roper, Anderson, 8, Canonbury-street,

19, Great Coram-st., Russell-sq. Islington. Collector, Mr. J. P. Wildsmith. Beadle, L. J. Wishart.

MORDEN COLLEGE, for the recep- shipwreck. Established March

tion of decayed Merchants, being 4th, 1824. Office, 14, John-street, Members of the Established Adelphi. Church, and widowers or bache- Patron, The QUEEN. lors, of the age of fifty years or Vice-Patrons, Prince Albert, King upwards. They have 721. a year,

of the Belgians. medical attendance, coals, candles, President, Duke of Northumberand washing, and the use of a land. Library. Elections vested in Chairman of the Committee of Vathe Trustees. Estab. 1695. Col- nagement, #Thos. Baring, esq. lege at Blackheath.

Dep. Chairman, Thos. Chapman,esq. Trustees, *T. Baring, esq., Sir J. Treasurer, Henry Willis, esq.

W. Lubbock, bt., Hon. J. T. L. 'Secretary, Richard Lewis, esq. Melville, J. B. Heath, esq., K. D. Life-Boat Inspector, Capt. Ward, Hodgson, esq., G. R. Smith, esq., R.N.

T. M. Weguelin, esq. Treasurer, Henry Smyth, esq.


tablished as Chaplain, Rev. Will. Marsh.

a point of reunion Solicitors, Messrs. Oliverson, Lavie,

for British Travellers and Diploand Peachey.

matists. 106, Pall Mall.

Committee, Earl of Aberdeen, #T. ROYAL NAVAL BENEVOLENT SO

Baring, esq., #C.L. G. Berkeley,

esq., *T. W. Bramston, esq., J. CIETY, late the Royal Naval Cha

Broadhurst, esq., J. Bushe, esq., ritable Society, to relieve indigent

Visct. Canning, S. P. Cockerell, Orphans,Widows, and Children, of

esq., Col. P. Dundas, H. F. ForsRoyal Naval Officers, and also

ter, esq., Hon. J. W. Fortescue, Royal Naval Officers reduced by

G. Hibbert, esq., Marquess of Misfortune to Indigence, with

Lansdowne, Ed. Marjoribanks, grants of from £5 to £25. Founded 1739. Revived 1791.

esq., *Earl of Mulgrave, Earl of

Sandwich, *R. B. Sheridan, esq., Incorporated 1838.

Visct. Strangford, *G. Tomline, Patroness, The Queen.

Maj. Gen. Hon. A. Upton, Rt. President, V.-Adm. f Lord. Rad

Hon. J. A. S. Wortley. stock.

Treasurer, Edw. Marjoribanks, esq. Trustees. V.-Adms. f Lord Radstock, tw. Secretary, W. S. Quentery, esq..

Bowles. R.-Adm. Sir W.O. Pell. Hon. Solicitor, Nath. Overbury,esq. GRAND Lodge of Freemasons of Secretary.

England, Great Queen-st., LinJ. T. Riccalton, esq., R.N., 18,

coln's Inn-fields. Adam-street, Adelphi.

Grand Master, Earl of Zetland.
Deputy G. M., Earl of Yarhorough.

Sen. Warden, W. Stuart, esq.
Royal NATIONAL LIFE-BOAT IN- Jun. Do., H. W. Eaton, esq.

STITUTION, for the Preservation Treasurer, Sam. Tonikins, esq. of Life from Shipwreck, for sta- Chaplains, Rev. John E. Cox, Rev. tioning life boats, with paid crews,

Edward Moore. and approved life-preserving ap- Registrar, Alex. Dobie, esq. paratus on the most dangerous parts Secretary, Wm. Henry White, esq. of the coasts of the United Kingdom, Secretary for German Correspondand for conferring medals and pe- ence, Henry L. Crohn, esq. cuniary rewards on those who are Deacons, H. Lloyd, J. N. Tomkins, instrumental in saving life from esqrs.

ney, M.A.

Superin. of Works, P.Hardwick, esq. life. Instituted 1774. Office, 3, Director of Ceremonies, Rich. W. Trafalgar-square, Charing Cross, Jennings, esq.

Patron, The QUEEN. Assistant, Thory Chapman, esq. Vice-Patron, Duke of Cambridge. Sword Bearer, C. W. Elkington, esq. President, Duke of Norfolk. Assist. Sec., Mr. W. Farnfield. Treasurer, Benjamin Hawes, esq. Organist, Edwin Ransford, esq. Chaplains, Rev. J. S. M. AndersonPursuivant, Mr. Geo. G. Elkington. M.A., Rev. C. Lane, M.A., Rev.A. Tyler, Mr. Thos. Barton.

Williams, M.A., Rev. J. H. GurRoyal Freemasons' School, for Secretary, Joseph Charlier, esq.

maintaining, clothing, and edu- Collector, Mr. Abbott. cating Female Children, of reduced Freemasons. Candidates STRANGERS' Friend SOCIETY, for must be between the ages of 8 and

visiting and relieving sick and dis11. Instituted 1788. St. John's

tressed Strangers, and other poor hill, Battersea-rise.

at their respective habitations in Patron & Pres., Earl of Zetland.

London and its vicinity. Comm. Treasurer, B. B. Cabbell, esq.

meet first Friday in every month. Secretary, Fras.Crew,esq.,3, Vernon

Estab. 1785. 7, Exeter-hall. Place, Bloomsbury.

Treasurer, Thos. Farmer, esq. Matron, Miss Jarwood.

Secretary, Mr. John Yatman. Schoolmistress, Miss Souter. Assist. Schoolmistress, Miss Kernot. Royal LITERARY FUND, for the Collector, Mr.J. Nicholls, 117, Dor

relief of Authors of publisked set-street, Fleet-street.

works of genius and learning, and ROYAL MASONIC INSTITUTION, for

their families who may be in Dise

tress. Relief is granted by the Clothing, Educating, and up

General Committee, who meet to prenticing the Sons of indigent

consider applications on the second and deceased Freemasons. Candi

Wednesday in Jan., Feb., March, dates must be between the ages of

April, May, June, July, Nov., and 7 and 10 years. 70 boys are now

Dec. Estab, 1790. Incorporated on the Charity. Estab. 1798.

1818. 73, Great Russell-street, Patron, The QUEEN.

Bloomsbury, where forms of appliPresident, Earl of Zetland.

cation may be obtained. Trustees, *B. B. Cabbell, John

Patron, The Queen.
Henderson, Alex. Dobie, W. H.
Smith, esqrs.

President, Marq. of Lansdowne.

Registrars,J. Bowyer Nichols, W.H. Treasurer, #B. Bond Cabbell, esq.

Harrison, J. Dickinson, esqrs. Secretary, Augustus U. Thiselton, Treasurers, Sir H. Ellis, W. Tooke, esq., at the Office, 34, Great

esq., Chas. Baldwin, esej. Queen-st.

Auditors, Edw. Foss, Jos. Gwilt, Collector, Mr. G. Paradise.

Bolton Corney, esqrs.

Hon. Solicitor, Will. Tooke, esq. Royal HUMANE SOCIETY, to col- Hon.Physician, Patrick Fraser, M.D.

lect and circulate the most ap. Hon. Architect, Jno. Newman, esq. proved method for the recovery Secretary, Octavian Blewitt, esq. of persons apparently drowned or Collector, Mr. H. S. Bristow. dead; to suggest and provide apparatus for, and bestow rewards SociETY OF SCHOOLMASTERS, for on those who assist in the pre- the relief of distressed Schoolservation or restoration of human masters and Ushers, and of their

Widows and Orphans. Forms of and Wales. Applicants to for. Petition to be had of the Secretary, ward printed petitions (which may 73, Great Russell-street, Blooms- be had of the respective keepers, bury, where the comm. meet on gratis), to the Office in Cravenor about the first Sat, in Feb. street. Debts exceeding 4001., or April, Oct, and Dec. at 2 o'clock. any one Debt exceeding 901., or Estab. 1798.

balance of Debts and credits exPresident, Archb. of Canterbury. ceeding 2001., not admissible for reTreasurer, Rev. John Russell, D.D. lief. Institu, in 1772. 7, CravenSecretary, Octavian Blewitt, esq. street, Strand. Collector, Mr.H.S.Bristow,Peckham. President, Earl of Romney.

Treasurer, Benj. B. Cabbell, esq. Society for the RELIEF of dis- Auditors, Capel Cure, esq., H. H. tressed Widows applying within

Harwood, esq. the first Month of their Widowhood. Secretary, Joseph Lunn, esq.

Office, 32, Sackville-st. Patronesses, The QUEEN, Duchess

of Kent, Duchess of Gloucester. FRIENDLY FEMALE SOCIETY, for V. Patronesses, Dowager Duchess relieving Poor, Infirm, and Aged

of Beaufort, Duchess of Rox- Widous, and Single Women, of burgh, March. of Cholmondeley, good Character, who have seen Dowager Countess of Morley,

better Days, not under 60 years Dowager Counts. of Listowel, of age, nor having eight shillings Dowager Lady Lyttleton, Lady per weck, and whose residence is Olivia Sparrow.

not more than five miles from St. President, Marq. of Cholmondeley.

Paul's. Candidates admitted by Treasurer, John Labouchere, esq. recommendation of Subscribers, Secretury, Mr. W. Skinner.

Instituted in 1802. Under the Official Visitor and Secretary to the Management of Ladies.

Ladies Committee, Mrs. Flood. Patronized by the King of the BelCollector, Mr. Thos. Pitts, 8, Melina gians, and the Duchess of Kent. Place, St. John's II'ood.

President, Marclis.of Cholmondeley.
Treasurer, Mrs. John Courthope,

Maida Hill.

Hon. Secretary, Mrs. Richardson, SION SOCIETY, for allowing

Permanent Pensions to Decayed

Secretary and

Mrs. Artizans, Mechanics, Tradesmen, and their W'idows, above 60 years

Hunt, 14, Brixton Rise, or 10,

George-yard, Lombard-street, of age. Board meet

first Wednesday in every month, at 7 P.M., at the office, 8, Old Jewry.

Society FRIENDS OF FoPatrons, The Queen and Prince

REIGNERS in Distress, for the reAlbert.

lief of indigent Foreigners who President,

are not entitled to Parochial aid, Chairman, Jas. Thomson, esq. Treasurer, Will Kendle, esq.

and to furnish the means to those

desirous of returning to their Secretary, George Mence, esq.

oun country. Applicants are perCollector, Mr. Will. Rhodes.

sonally to present the recommen.

dation of a Subscriber at 10, Society for the Discharge and Finsbury Chambers, any Wednes

Relief of Persons imprisoned for day between 11 and 1. Estab. small Debts, throughout England 1806,


Patrons, The QUEEN and PRINCE Russia-and, also, to suck Rele. ALBERT.

tives (not the widows and orphans President, Earl of Carlisle.

—they being provided for by the Treasurer, John Labouchere, esq. Royal Patriotic Fund) as depended Secretary, W. C. Laurie, esq., 10, for support on those killed in action,

Finsbury Cham., London-wall. whose circumstances require relief. Collector, Mr. John Jeffery, 9, Sun Chambers,61, Threadneedle-st. Calthorpe-street, Gray's Inn-road. Trustees, G. R. Smith, esq., William

G. Shedden, esq., Abel Smith, LONDON FEMALE PENITENTIARY, esq., Chas. R. Harford, jun., esq.

Pentonville Hill, affording an Chairman, W. George Shedden, esq. Asylum to Females who have de- Secretary, Mr. John P. Lines. viated from the paths of virtue, ani are desirous tv reform. CORPORATION of the REFUGE FOR The Ladies' Committee meet every

THE DESTITUTE, affording Wednestlay at 12 o'clock, to receive the personal application of

place of reform for Criminal and those who wish for admission.

Destitute, but repentant femaks.

Applicants for admission to apEstab. 1807. Patron, The QUEEN.

pear before the Committee on

Saturdays, at 1 P.M., at the Es. Patroness, The Duchess of Kent. President, Earl of Chichester.

tablishment, Manor-House, Dal

ston. Estab. 1804. Treasurer, Wm. A. Hankey, esq.

Patroness, The QUEEN. Hon. Sers., * Apsley Pellatt, esg., President, Marq. of Lansdowne. Rev. A. L. Courtenay, D.D.

Treasurer, J. Gurney Hoare, esq. Secretary, Mr. Geo. Luckin.

Chaplain and Sec., Rev. W. Stone, Physicians, John T. Conquest,

M.A. M.D., Chas. Waller, M.D. Consult. Surgs., G. G. Babington, Surgeon, Edward D. Hacon, esq.

Physician, R. B. Todd, M.D. F. Le Gros Clark, esqrs.

Clerk, Mr. James Searle. Surgeon and Apothecary, Mr.Walter

Matron, Mrs. Eliz. Molleson.

Collector, Mr. C. Buck.
Asatron, Mrs. Ward.
Collector, Mr. Thos. Pitts, 8, Melina
Place, St. John's Wood.


servation of Public Morals, by Patriotic Fund, Established by the reception and employment of

the Subscribers to Lloyd's by a vote Females who have deviated from in 1803 of 20,0001.; in 1809 of the paths of virtue. Applicants, if 5,0001.; and in 1812, of 10,0001. suitable, are admitted every Monaided by public contributions, for day Evening. Instituted 1812. the encouragement and relief of Asylum, 12, North side, Bethnalthose engaged in defence of this Green. country during the war, which Patroness, Duchess of Kent. communced in 1803, and termi. President, The Lord Maror. nated in 1815. Gratuitics are now Treusurer, John Labouchere, esq. in the course of being granted, out | Chaplain, Rev. I. E. Keane, M.A. of the balance remaining of the Physiciun, J.T. Conquest, M.D. abore-named fund, to Soldiers, | Surgeon, Sam. Byles, esq. Seamen, and Marines in Her Hon. Secretary, Thos. Nait, esq. 44, Majesty's service, disabled from Canıbridge-terrace, Hyde Park. wounds received in action with the Assistant Secretary, Mr.Jno. Tucker, enemy in the present war with St. James's-villas, Holloway.

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