Report of the Manchester and Salford Asylum for Female Penitents

formerly Rusholme Road, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, but now Embden Place, Greenheys. : with a list of the subscribers and benefactors for 1838. by Manchester and Salford Asylum for Female Penitents.

Publisher: printed by William Simpson, Market-Street in Manchester

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The asylum is referred to in the text as the Manchester and Salford Female Penitentiary.

ContributionsSimpson, William, of Manchester, printer.
The Physical Object
Pagination20, [2] p. ;
Number of Pages20
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The seventeenth report of Report of the Manchester and Salford Asylum for Female Penitents book Manchester and Salford Asylum for Female Penitents. Embden Place, Greenheys: with a list of the subscribers and benefactors for Manchester and Salford Asylum for Female Penitents (Manchester, England).

However, attempts to establish an asylum for prostitutes failed, and the Ladies Committee established the Manchester and Salford Asylum for Female Penitents.

This was an independent asylum, but the two charities collaborated closely. Loosely inserted with the annual report of the Manchester and Salford Asylum for Female Penitents, catalogued separately. Provenance: Dated Feby.

25, and addressed in MSS to: The Right Honble. the Earl of Stamford & Warrington [i.e.: George Harry Grey, 6th Earl of Stamford ()].

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