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Aged and Infirm Journeymen Tailors' Benevolent Institution

Aged and Infirm Journeymen Tailors' Benevolent Institution, Haverstock Hill, esstablished in 1837, incorporated 1859, granting relief in pension, lodging, and coals to 80 decayed journeymen and their widows. The asylum at Haverstock Hill afford accommodation for 50 pensioners and their wives. An infirmary, and a neat well-built chapel, with an endowment by the President for a chaplain, has been added to the building. Each inmate receives 20:16s. per annum, with coals, and medical attendance.

The amount of capital is 18,928 : 7 : 2. The amount distributed to the pensioners during the past year, including coals and medicine, has been 1,692.

Treasurers, F. Cartwright, and C. Harrison, Esqrs.—Secretary, Mr W. H. Hall. Office, 32, Sackville Street.

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