RECORD: Darwin, C. R. 1858. [Contribution to the Field-Lane refuges]. The Times (29 December): 10.
REVISION HISTORY: Transcribed and edited by John van Wyhe 2.2007. RN2
NOTE: Only Darwin's name, out of a lengthy list of contributors, has been transcribed.
THE FIELD-LANE REFUGES.1
TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.
Sir,—The tide of interest excited by your invaluable articles on the 24th seems this day to have risen rather than to have abated; and I must again throw myself upon your kind indulgence to respond to the request of our numerous kind donors for an acknowledgement of their kindness in The Times—a speaking tribute to your resistless appeal.
I am, Sir, yours ever most gratefully and respectfully,
SAMUEL TAWELL, Hon. Sec.
20, Aldermanbury, Dec. 28.
Contributions received by Secretary, requested to be acknowledged in The Times: —
Mr. C. Darwin, 3l.
1 The Field Lane Refuge, at the north side of Vine Street in Clerkenwell, London was a charitable housing and Christian mission centre for the poor and unemployed.
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