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Those Subscribers who are not supplied regularly with the publications of the Society, are requested to send their directions to Hatchard, 190, Piccadilly, fixing the place in the metropolis where they are to be left. Imperfect directions have been left in some instances; and, in others, none at all; so that it has not been practicable for the publisher to send the Reports round to all the Subscribers, so exactly and regularly as could be wished.
8th Jan. 1808.
Introductory Letter to the Fifth Volume, addressed to William Wilberforce, Esq. M. P. &c. &c. &c.
Extract from an Account of the School at Campsall.
Extract from an Account of Measures adopted to
Extract from an Account of the Parish Schools in
Extract from an Account of a Cottager's Cultivation in Shropshire. By Sir William Pulteney, Bart. 84
Extract from an Account of the means which have been used in the Hundreds of Ongar, &c. respecting the apprenticing of the Children of the Poor. By the Reverend William Herringham,
Extract from an Account of a Female Overseer of the Parish of Stoke. By George Brooks, Esq. 104
Copy of the Report to the Society for bettering the Condition of the Poor, from the Select Committee for Preventing the Spreading of Contagious Malignant Fevers in the Metropolis,
Rewards of the Children at Campsall School,
Regulations proposed for Bettering the Condition of the Poor in Country Parishes. By Thomas Estcourt, Esq.
Rules and Regulations, for the Management of the
Copy of the Regulations of the Kensington Ladies' Society, for the Care of the Schools, and the Promotion of the Welfare of the Female Poor,
The Dying Father's Advice to his Sons,
On the Effects of the legal Establishment of Parochial Schools in Scotland. By James Currie, M. D.
Report of the Medical Committee of the Jennerian
Account of the management of Bees on Mount
Hymettus, in Greece. By George Wheler, Esq. 85