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Daily News
United Kingdom
19 December 1888

SALVATION ARMY SHELTERS

Mr. Matthews, in reply to Professor Stuart, said he had received a memorial from General Booth, of the Salvation Army, respecting the establishment of cheap shelters for the outcast poor in London, and had replied that the Government could not assist a charitable work conducted by private persons, by grants of money, buildings, or stores.


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