2 edition of Considerations on the original ... objects of the Royal Hospital of Bridewell. found in the catalog.
Considerations on the original ... objects of the Royal Hospital of Bridewell.
1798 in London .
Written in English
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Bridewell Royal Hospital, past and present; a short account of it as palace, hospital, prison, and sAuthor: Alfred James Copeland. Waddington, William, Considerations on the Original and Proper Objects of the Royal Hospital of Bridewell Addressed to the Governors ().
A Warning for House-Keepers, Or, A Discovery of All Considerations on the original. objects of the Royal Hospital of Bridewell. book of Thieves and Robbers ().Cited by: Standing rules and orders for the government of the Royal hospitals, of Bridewell and Bethlem, with the Considerations on the original and proper objects of the Royal Hospital of Bridewell [microform]: addre General report of the Royal Hospitals of Bridewell and Bethlem, and of the House of Occupations [microfo.
Bridewell Palace was given by Edward VI in to the City of London to house this school, founded by royal charter in the same year.
In the school moved to Surrey and changed its name to King Edward's School, Witley. The picture shows Bridewell between and Bridewell royal hospital, past and present; a short account of it as palace, hospital, prison, and school, with a collection of interesting memoranda Pages: Offenders of this type could be sentenced to a spell in the Bridewell, of usually up to six months, where they would be subject to a regime of hard labour (e.g.
beating hemp) and frequent corporal punishment (birching for juveniles (up to 21 years) and whipping for adults). In the s the Hospital was pulled down.
Its work is continued by the Coram Family, and its collections are housed in the Foundling Museum. The plates show: [frontispiece] 'Captain Thomas Coram';  'Illustration Of The Objects Of The Hospital' (a man receiving a baby from a weeping and kneeling young woman);  'The Foundlings'.
Full text of "Bridewell Royal Hospital, past and present; a short account of it as palace, hospital, prison, and school; with a collection of enteresting [sic] memoranda hitherto unpublished" See. Title(s): Considerations on the original and proper objects of the Royal Hospital of Bridewell: addressed to the governors/ by William Waddington Country of Publication: England Publisher: London: Printed at the Philanthropic Reform for R.
Bickerstaff and to. Ratios have to be put in context. Charitable spending (including governance costs) as a percentage of income and endowments received by the charity in the reporting period. Costs incurred in generating Considerations on the original.
objects of the Royal Hospital of Bridewell. book as a proportion of total income and endowments received in the reporting period. The Bridewell Mace, the symbol of the commission of Bridewell Royal Hospital from the City of London, was then brought into the church by the Beadle and presented to the Lord Mayor, blessed by the Bishop and carried to the Vice-President who touched the Mace to re-affirm the Governors’ acceptance of the City’s commission and their own.
Considerations on the original and proper objects of the Royal Hospital of Bridewell addressed to the governors / by: Waddington, William, d. Published: (). The Foundation was established by King Edward VI in The Lord Mayor is the Bridewell Charter Patron.
The Court of Bridewell Royal Hospital is the governing body and its members are trustees of the Foundation and Governors of King Edward’s School Witley and Barrow Hills School Witley. Bridewell was the first royal palace not to have a great hall and its staircase was a feature that recurs in Henry VIII's later residences.
On the north side of the outer courtyard stood the kitchens and gatehouse. There was a long gallery ( feet (73 m)) which connected the inner court with Blackfriars. The original Dispensary in Queen Street. When the South Staffordshire General Hospital and Dispensary opened its doors on 1st Januaryit replaced the small dispensary situated in Queen Street.
The foundation stone had been laid in on land purchased from the Duke of Cleveland, in Cleveland Road. Edward VI granting the Royal Charter to Bridewell Hospital, The King, enthroned, with a cloth of state behind him and a canopy and drapery overhead gives the charter to 7 pins.
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Bridewell Palace, London, UK, was a royal palace, then a home for the poor, a house of punishment, prison, hospital and ‘house of occupation’ over its years of use. Its name became synonymous with correctional institutions and there are Bridewell prisons throughout Great Britain and Ireland as well as further afield.
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