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Provisional Protection Society for Servants

Provisional Protection Society for Servants, 174, Gt. Winchester St., Old Broad St., established 1818, for the temporary relief of destitute female servants of good character, in clothing, lodging, food, medical aid, loans, or gifts in money, employment in needlework, etc. It also aids in giving clothing to young girls to enable them to make a respectable appearance on going to their first place. The total number of cases assisted has been 2,368, and during the past year 59.

Average income 150, dependent on voluntary contributions. The income during the past year was 194, and there is now a small balance in the hands of the bankers.

Treasurer, Mrs R. L. Beck.—Secretary, Mr C. Gordelier.

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