Annals of the Poor (1829, London)

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Annals of the Poor  (1829) 
by Legh Richmond

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ANNALS OF THE POOR:

CONTAINING THE

DAIRYMAN'S DAUGHTER,

THE

NEGRO SERVANT, AND YOUNG COTTAGER,
&c. &c.

BY THE
REV. Legh Richmond, A.M.
LATE RECTOR OF TURVEY, BEDFORDSHIRE.

"Thou, O God, has prepared of thy goodness for the Poor."

Psalm lxviii. 10.



A NEW EDITION, ENLARGED AND ILLUSTRATED, WITH AN
INTRODUCTORY SKETCH OF THE AUTHOR,

BY THE REV. John Ayre, A.M.


LONDON:
J. HATCHARD AND SON, 187, PICCADILLY.
1829.

LONDON:
IBOTSOM AND PALMER, PRINTERS, SAVOY STREET, STRAND.

TO
William Wilberforce, ESQ.
THIS LITTLE WORK,
DESIGNED TO BEAR A TESTIMONY, DRAWN FROM REAL
FACTS AND OCCURRENCES,

TO THE
INFINITE VALUE OF CHRISTIAN TRUTH,
When received in the Heart and exemplified in the Conduct,
IS DEDICATED,
AS A TOKEN OF GRATEFUL AND AFFECTIONATE REGARD, WHICH
THE AUTHOR ENTERTAINS TOWARDS A CHARACTER
SO LONG AND JUSTLY APPROVED,
AS

THE FAITHFUL MONITOR OF THE RICH, THE TRIED
FRIEND OF THE POOR, THE UNWEARIED
SUPPORTER OF RELIGION, AND THE
ACKNOWLEDGED BENEFACTOR
OF MANKIND.

CONTENTS.


Page.
Introduction ix
The Dairyman's Daughter 1
The Negro Servant 171
The Young Cottager 227
The Cottage Conversation 339
A Visit to the Infirmary 351

This work was published before January 1, 1927, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.