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ASYLUM FOR FEMALE ORPHANS, WESTMINSTER BRIDGE ROAD, LAMBETH

Meal time in the Dining Hall of the Asylum for Female Orphans, Westminster Bridge Road. Founded in 1758, by the magistrate Sir John Fielding for girls between ages of 9 and 15 years. These girls were trained for domestic services and to read and write. The building was advertised in 1858 as an 'Asylum, or House of Refuge for Orphans, and other deserted Girls of the Poor', with the intentions of the charity 'to preserve poor friendless girls from ruin and render them useful members of the community'.Aquatint by Hill, drawn and engraved by Pugin and Rowlandson, 1808Ref: LP12/558/FEM.2

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Ref:10129
Original ref:LP 12/558/FEM.2
Date:1808

-Before 1850AquatintFOOD AND DRINKLAMBETHWELFARE AND SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS

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