Reflections on the system of the Union Benevolent Association : stating its beneficent effects on the manners, habits, conduct, and comforts of the poor, but the utter inadequacy of its means to enable it, on a proper scale, to minister that physical aid to the distressed and suffering, which humanity demands, and the necessity of raising funds adequate for the purpose : with suggestions for alterations imperiously requisite, in order to carry into full operation the benevolent views of its founders
Printed by William F. Geddes,
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UPA/Pam HV 4046.P5 U556 1837