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Alms-giving: a woman with pearl headdress and halo hands bread to two male beggars Featured Print

Alms-giving: a woman with pearl headdress and halo hands bread to two male beggars

Alms-giving: a woman with pearl headdress and halo hands bread to two male beggars, one bearded and the other a child, a portal showing a maidservant in a domestic interior beyond, from the series Christian Virtues after Maerten de Vos, 1589

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Trinity Hospital, Edinburgh, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Trinity Hospital, Edinburgh, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Trinity Hospital, Edinburgh, 1845. Accomodation for the poor in Scotland. Trinity Hospital is the oldest charitable establishment in the City of Edinburgh, being the remains of one of the many pious bequests so extensively made in Catholic times; and one of the few which escaped the pious but indiscriminating zeal of the Reformers...It is well known that the Scotch have always been inclined to look upon any regular provision for the poor with distrust. They believe it destroys that independence of character to which they lay claim as a nation; and even this institution, calculated and intended chiefly for those whose infirmities have rendered them legitimate objects of benevolent aid, has not escaped censure'. The building ...stood exactly on the spot chosen by the North British Railway Company for its terminus...the Hospital is now entirely demolished'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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New Alms-houses at Northfleet, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

New Alms-houses at Northfleet, 1844. Creator: Unknown

New Alms-houses at Northfleet, 1844. These buildings have just been erected at Northfleet [in Kent], from the design of Mr. W. Chadwick, of Adelaide-place, London-bridge. The present design, however, only comprises twelve dwellings - the intended number being forty. They have been built from the private funds of Mr. John Huggins, of Sittingbourne, Kent, and are intended for the peaceful havens of those persons who, in common parlance, "have seen better days"; each of whom is to receive, in addition to this abode, a pension of twenty-one shillings per week. In the centre is a chapel, of neat design, in the pointed style, with a lofty spire'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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