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Goldsmiths' Benevolent Institution

Goldsmiths' Benevolent Institution, was commenced 1833, relieves distressed members of the trade, of 7 years standing whether members of the fund or not, and their widows; pensions are granted to those who have belonged to the fund, in proportion to the amount they may have contributed.

Annual income about 1,000, funded property 9,000.

Secretary, E. Barton, Esq., 1, Southampton Street, Bloomsbury Square.


The Silver Trade Pension Society is under similar management, and the same rules, as regards relief of distressed members of the trade.

SOURCE: The Charities of London, by Samuel Low, Jun., London: Sampson Low, Son,
and Marston, Milton House, Ludgate Hill. 1861.