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Text:"... (Strode), 365, Lady Elizabeth (Yeo), 364, 364, 365. Francis, 367. George, 367, 368, 372. Hugh, 365, 366, 367. Jane (Pole), 367. Joan (Lee), 367. John, 365, 367. Hir John, 363, 364, 3^5, 367. Mary, 367..."
Date:1931
Place:Maryland, USA
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Text:"...194 ELIZABETHGILBERT. striictors may once more be sent out by the institu tion, with advantage both to themselves and others. A period of steady quiet work was now before MissGilbert. Letters..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...206 ELIZABETHGILBERT. pleased to direct him to enclose a cheque for twentyfive guineas in aid of the funds of the Society. A bright letter to the present writer shows MissGilbert in a playful mood..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...182 ELIZABETHGILBERT. in private for money and custom. In 1863 there were articles and letters in the Times, and in all the principal London journals, and a paper in Miss Yonges Monthly Packet..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...148 ELIZABETHGILBERT. sum of not less than six shillings per week ; and so long as at least three blind men and three blind women shall be receiving instruction at the cost of the Association..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...170 ELIZABETHGILBERT. although a stranger, as greatly interested in the aforesaid institution. The money has this day been paid to Messrs. Williams and Co. on account of the Society. I am, madam..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...96 ELIZABETHGILBERT. derived benefit from it. Being myself blind, I have been led to take a deep interest in the blind, of whom there are stated to be twenty-seven thousand in Great Britain..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...196 ELIZABETHGILBERT. time for the whole service. Only think ! one of the priests has been in agonies of toothache all through the examination ; but in spite of it Mr. Brown was delighted with all..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...172 ELIZABETHGILBERT. very frequently acknowledging that the man was at his old tricks again. Miss Gilberts faith in her cause was unshaken even by these painful experiences. She showed infinite..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...90 ELIZABETHGILBERT. by MissGilbert at 26 a year. Levy was henceforward to receive 12s. 6d. a week as manager, and his wife was to serve behind the counter and to have, as a temporary arrangement..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...250 ELIZABETHGILBERT. was, Thou hast given me the defence of Thy salvation. Thy right hand also shall hold me up, and Thy loving correction shall make me great. Two poems from the Lyra Germanica..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...216 ELIZABETHGILBERT. whilst it is all so fresh your hearts must bleed. Dear Bessie, I am so thankful you have your work, your calling, your vocation to attend to, and in trying to alleviate..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...140 ELIZABETHGILBERT. friendship formed at that time with Miss Butler continued to the end of her life. She records the meeting in her diary, adding, talked about the Association. Perhaps we should..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...244 ELIZABETHGILBERT, making progress, and it is not unlikely that some general inquiry into the condition of the blind will be made before long, and that good may come from it. My presence..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...144 ELIZABETHGILBERT. the efforts of Dr. Campbell and the establishment of the Normal College for the Blind at Norwood, would satisfactorily accomplish all that the Blind Musicians had attempted..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...46 ELIZABETHGILBERT. Bessies grandfather, as a young man, had a living or curacy at Acton, where his chief friend, the squire of the parish, was a Mr. Wegg. Another friend of whom he saw much..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...240 ELIZABETHGILBERT. The utmost she could now do was to draw up a short circular, asking all those interested in her work to become Associates, and to subscribe a sum of not less than one shilling..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...82 ELIZABETHGILBERT. was, that di fibre nee of creed should not be taken into consideration in selecting the workmen to be employed. He urged this very strongly, and his daughter carried out his..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... are taken l tells that soon after she began her work one of her 1 ElizabethGilbert and Her Work for the Blind. By Frances Martin. Macmillaii aud Co...."
Date:1889
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...184 ELIZABETHGILBERT. of the Exchequer, and his advocacy was very valuable. The pecuniary result of the meeting, which had given her some months of labour, was most gratifying, and MissGilbert..."
Date:1891
Publication place:London, England