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Volume Nine - Pre-Victorian to the present day - even more aspects - The Missions to Seamen at Penarth . . .

The Annual Statement of the Missions to Seamen's Church and Institute, Penarth Dock for the year ending 31st December 1891.

The Annual Statement of the Missions to Seamen's Church and Institute, Penarth Dock for the year ending 31st December 1891.

The " Missions to Seamen's Church and Institute " has been in working order for 12 years, and in presenting the usual Annual Statement to the public the local committee regret to observe that the Institute has not received that support from the shipping which they has reason to anticipate. Their very kind donations (for which they express their warmest acknowledgement) have increased by £3 19s 6d, but that, with the balance which was in hand in 1890, has not sufficed to cover the expenses incurred during the year. The committee desire also to express their most cordial thanks to Messrs Tylor and Lewis for their generous donation of a wagon of coal, and to Mr. David Roberts, Chartered Accountant, for being again so kind as to audit the accounts free of expense to the Mission.

Examined and found to be correct, David Roberts, F.C.A.,

W. M. Pengelley, Hon. Treasurer Missions to Seamen. 6th February, 1892.'

South Wales Daily News [325] [361] 9th February 1892 [20190805]

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