ST. MARY-LE-BONE INSTITUTION FOR INSTRUCTION & INDUSTRY. A Brief Statement of the St. Mary-le-Bone Institution for Instruction and Industry, united to the National Society. W. & P. Reynolds. 1815
¶Not in BL; unrecorded on Copac and OCLC which records an earlier 'Statement' for the 'Saint Mary-Le-Bone day school of industry' dated 1799. Instituted in 1791, 'for children residing within the Parish, whose parents or friends have it not in their power to send them to any other school'. This is the first report after the Union between the school and the National Society of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church, effect on 27th July 1814. 'From this Union very material advantages may justly be expected, both as to the uniformity of the System of Education, and as to the stability and influence of the Institution itself.'