3 edition of Minutes of the alms-house visitation found in the catalog.
Minutes of the alms-house visitation
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 47452.|
|Contributions||Mitchell, William., Yardley, Thomas., Pennsylvania. Court of Quarter Sessions (Bucks County)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
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Armstrong, 1 book Buck, William J., 1 book Margaret Bye Richie, 1 book. The number of inmates, March,was one hundred and seven. There have been received since that date nineteen, three born in the almshouse, and twenty-eight discharged and died, leaving one hundred and one pauper inmates on the day of visitation, of whom sixty-two were males and thirty-nine Minutes of the alms-house visitation book.
Minutes of the alms-house visitation containing the charges against the directors and steward of the institution, as laid before the visitors appointed by the court: and the testimony of the several witnesses examined in the course of the investigation.
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ePub: KB: ePub standard file for your iPad or any e-reader compatible with that format: HTML: MB: This version has been converted from the original text. Every effort has been taken to translate the unique features of the printed book into the HTML medium.The report of Superintendent Bullock for the month of June was read, showing arrivals at the Alms House during the month of June: males, 13; females, 15; total, The removals were, by elopement 3, discha deaths 6 and leaving.
July first, inmates, viz: malesfemales This is a decrease of 19 during the month.An alms house, called a college, was founded on the site of the chantry, inby the executors of Sir William Brooke, Lord Cobham; forms a quadrangle, containing twenty lodging rooms and a chapel; and has an endowed income of £ 1.
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