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Reception branch in Hamilton, Ontario is opened - The Home takes on the management of an Industrial School at Milton, Gravesend - Training of women in child care begins - the ''Sisterhood'' is established - The Home takes over the management of a children''s refuge in Ramsey on the Isle of Man - Princess Alice Orphanage opens in Birmingham.
The Donor stipulates that home must be for orphans only. The Children''s Home becomes the Children''s Home and Orphanage - Alverstoke in Hampshire opens as a convalescent home for children - First Conference later called Convocation of Home workers takes place - Women becoming sisters of the Children take part in a Public Recognition Service as a form of ordination for the first time - The League of Children''s Friends established?
NCH begins placing-out children for adoption - Canadian government investigates the work of the Home in Canada - The Milton Industrial School is relocated to Farnborough - Young Leaguer''s Union established in order to encourage involvement of young people with fund-raising - Rev T B Stephenson retires and Arthur E Gregory takes his place as principal of the Children''s Home - New branch opens in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire to provice a home for ''delicate and affected children''.
This branch is known as Seaview. NCH begins a seven year Development Plan. All children in branches located in unsafe areas evacuated to other branches - Approved Schools open in Coomb, Carmarthenshire for boys and Seaton, Devon for girls - NCH publishes its Report on Reconstruction for post-war development.
Hostel for Riversmead boys opens in Blackburn. New branch, known as Clarendon open in Cardiff. New branch in Horsham, Sussex.
New branch opens in Bourneville, Birmingham. NCH begins its work in the Caribbean. Gladstone's first term as Prime Minister was less than a month old. For many, his liberal policies, especially in Finance, Ballot Reform and Education for All, were in welcome contrast to those of Mr.
Disraeli who had resigned during the previous month. The country's population at this time was approximately 30 million people and there is no doubt that the social evils arising from industrial development were most disturbing. The wealthy minority were too rich and the manual worker majority were much too poor.
The relations between these two classes of the community were really deplorable. Charles Dickens and other writers including Benjamin Disraeli were succeeding in rousing the nation's conscience against these and other evils and local organizations were trying to alleviate hardship, particularly among the children of the poor.
That their progress was slow and not very adequate is exemplified by the fact that inClare-Market Ragged School was able to provide but two wholesome dinners of pease porridge each week for to children who could bring their own basin, cup, mug or gallipot.
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A hundredth anniversary, but no cause for celebration, was the recognition in that foot-and-mouth disease had become a hazard for English cattle. Abroad in this year of grace,General Grant became President of the United States of America, the Hudson Bay Territory became part of British America, there were political troubles in Cuba, and the Suez Canal the mile link between the Mediterranean and Red Seas was completed and opened to shipping of all nations in peace or war.
Two events unusual for Great Britain occurred in Early in the year a small Gold Rush started around Kildonnan in Sutherland, North Scotland, where some five hundred 'diggers' staked claims which resulted in several thousand pounds worth of fine gold being mined.
In the late summer, the weather became so hot that there were numerous deaths in Yorkshire from sunstroke. A more familiar occurrence took place in October when there were serious disturbances in Trafalgar Square over the Fenians, who were seeking to overthrow English government in Ireland.
Finally, the dollar stood at 4. Stephenson, as folk first knew him, spent his early ministry in the North of England where he was well liked and where it seemed probable that he would have stayed. He received a unanimous invitation to a Church in Leeds and was on the point of accepting it.
The Wesleyan Conference, however, thought otherwise and upset all his cherished plans, sending him to London to be Minister of Waterloo Road Chapel, in Lambeth. Though Stephenson would have wished for a different scene for his labours, he threw his whole strength into the service of his congregation which he soon found consisted, not of folk who arrived in their coaches and pairs, but of children who slept rough and whom Stephenson visited with the zeal of the true pioneer that he was.
There they were', he said, 'ragged, shoeless, filthy, their faces pinched with hunger and premature wretchedness, and I began to feel that now my time was come.
Here were my poor little brothers and sisters, sold to hunger and the devil, and I could not be free of their blood if I did not do something to save some of them.Over the years I’ve had countless couples come into my office on the verge of divorce.
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