Adult Orphan Institution, St. Andrew’s Place, Regent’s Park. Instituted 1818, for the relief and education of the friendless and unprovided orphan daughters of clergymen of the Established Church, and of military and naval officers. No girl is admitted under 14 or above 17, and none remain after 19. Annual subscribers of one guinea have one vote.

Source: A Handbook for London, Past and Present. Peter Cunningham. Published by John Murray 1849.

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