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Xl, V.—Passing Events. ¦ ¦ ' V 4
XL , V . —PASSING EVENTS . ¦ ¦ ' v 4
. National A Report Schools Lias . Latel...
. national A report Schools lias . lately The international been published jury upon , of which M . Barbier Mr . Cob ' s p den lan , M for . Michel
Interthe Chevalier authors , Sir of James this report Kay , Shuttle which worth is publishe , and d Dr by . Johnson Dulan , Soho are members Square . , are composition _MDiiiL-E . Charlotte at the Conservato Jacques ireand has an gained Operetto the second of her great composition prize for is
being performed at the small theatres ; of Paris . At the distribution of prizes on Monday evening to the students the of South the
School of ArtSt ThomasCharterhouse ( in connexion with Kensington Museum , ) the gainers , of the two highest prizes were Miss Wherry and an engraver of watches .
Innumerable public meetings for the different charities have been held Institution _during the past tlie month Earl of ; we Harrowb notice that President for the Governesses in the chair ' Benevolent . A very
. satisfactory _; Report was read ; ten y , more governesses , have purchased immediate annuities , making the total number now actually receiving their
self-earned annuities , 479 . Thursday The College and Saturday of the Ladies Lectures ' Sanitary which Association are delivered continues at to 5 , advertise Cavendish its
, Square , W . We subjoin the Annual Report of Miss Blackwell active ' s Infirmary interest at New
York , in which so many of her countrywoman take an . Report of the New York Infirmary for Indigent Women ani > Children .
The Trustees of the New York Infirmary for Indigent Women and tulate Children them , in upon presenting the fact their that Ninth during Annual the past Report year , which to its has friend been s , so congra trying
to ground all the and ch to arities commence of the the city year , the 1863 Infirm with ar fair y has prospects been able for the to hold success its - ful continuance , of its work
. 1 st The . —To objects afford for poor which women the Institution the opportunity was incorporated of consulting are p as hysicians follows : — of their 2 nd—To assist educated women in the practical studof
own sex . . y medicine . 3 rd . —To form a school for instruction in _ nursing . and the laws _. of The healt medical h , service of the Institutionwhich is conducted entirely by
This regular women is open hours physician every they s , m is are orning given furnished to in all three women with ways advice and , : — children and 1 st . — medicine By who a Free app without ly Dispensary during charge the . .
This Dispensary ; is under the daily charge of the Attendant Physicians . 2 nd . — charge By visiting of the the Assistan sick t at Ph their ysician own and houses Students . This , who departmen report to t the is under Attendant into the the
Ph house ysician . The any entire case of second serious floor disease of the . house 3 rd . — has By been receiving thrown patients into one large ward comfortabl , with y _batli fourteen -rooni beds and , nurses the greater ' bedroom part attached of which to have it . establishment alway This s war been d g h iven p will lds
free allow to . sick In the women whole and man children agement , as of far this as the department means of , in the the selection of the nurse in charge of the wardin the choice of the little library which has been
formed for the patients , and , in their intercourse with the Students and lady
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), June 1, 1863, page 286, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01061863/page/70/