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THB NAVY LIST ADVERTISES.
FOR THE RELIEF OF THE ORPHAN DAUGHTERS OF OFFICERS OF
THE ROYAL NAVY AND ROYAL MARINES.
Patron— H.K.H. THE PRINCESS LOUISE (DUCHESS OP ARGYLL).
President.— ADMIRAL the HON. SIR EDMUND R. PREMANTLE, G.C.B., &o., &0.
Trkascrisr.— G. H.8TI DWELL, Esq., 42, Pall Mall, 8.W.
OBJECTS OF THE FUND.
1. The Education of the Young.
2. The Maintenance of the Aged.
3. The casual Assistance of those in temporary Difficulty.
Donations and Annual Subscriptions are earnestly requested.
By Order of the Committee,
WILLIAM A. MOORE (Honorary Secretary).
12, Queen's Road,
Tunbridge Wells.
ROYAL SCHOOL FOR NAVAL AND MARINE OFFICERS' DAUGHTERS
(LATE THE EOTAL NAVAL FEMALE SCHOOL),
ST. MARGARET'S, TWICKENHAM.
Pupils elected by the Subscribers pay only £12 a year for a First-class Education, including
board, &c. Elections take place annually in May, applications to be sent in before 1st March,
The School presents exceptional advantages to Officers in more affluent circumstances who
may wish to obtain for their daughters the best education at sums far below the ordinary
eharges.
Granddaughters of Officers, and daughters of Officers of the Royal Indian Marine and
of The R. N. R. are eligible for admission. Particulars on inquiry.
There are £300 in Scholarships annually awarded. Prizes of Books are
also Distributed. The School is annually examined under the Oxford
Examination Delegacy.
Contributions are earnestly solicited. Further information to be obtained at the Office, St. Mar-
garet's, Twickenham. Miss K. B. COPE, Secretary.
KING WILLIAM IV.'s NAVAL ASYLUM,
The Asylum comprises twelve houaeB for. Widows and Orphan Daughters of Naval
Jnlcers, of the rank of Commander, Lieutenant, Navigating Officer, and Paymaster.
Bach house is endowed with the interest of £1,000 consolidated bank annuities.
Ladies are elected by the Governors, as vacancies occur. They must be out of the
atate of wedlock at time of admission, and if admitted as daughters they must be 40
years of age at least. Candidates will not be eligible who have a yearly income
exceeding the rate of pension allowed by the Admiralty to widows of Naval Officers of
(he rank of the deceased husband or father.
They must be members of the Church of England,
For further particulars, application should be made to the Hon. Secretary,
Mr. Charles Knight,
14, Great Mablboroooh Stbbet, London, w.

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