Londons charitie, stilling the poore orphans cry. Providing places and provision, by the care and indeavour of the corpoation appointed by the Parliament. To cloathe the naked, feed the hungry, instruct the ignorant, imploy the idle. Which pious and excellent designe, is encouraged by the Christian care, liberality, and appointment of the Honourable House of Parliament, and Councell of State. In giving two houses, and assigning a stock towards the promotion of the work.

Samuel Hartlib London : Printed by Robert Ibbitson, in Smithfield, neer the Queens-head tavern, 1649

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