This section includes district nursing associations. For public utilities (e.g. cemeteries) which were municipally owned, see Section 11 (i) and for those which were commercial concerns (e.g. gas, water and electricity undertakings) see Section 22.
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CATTLE FEEDING STUFFS CENTRAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE see Section 22(ii)
CENTRAL ST PANCRAS DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION. Founded 1896 and taken over by the Metropolitan District Nursing Association, q.v. in 1929. 1896-1903 (minute book only). L 47.1 Ms 14813. Part of the archives of the Metropolitan District Nursing Association.
IRISH SOCIETY, constituted in 1613 to administer the plantation schemes of James I in Ulster. One item only, a twentieth century copy of the Society's original charter of 1613, Ms 6760. The main archive is at London Metropolitan Archives. L 76.7 (To see all the livery company records concerning the plantation of Ulster, use “the catalogue” option and input L 76.7 as a classification search, specifying Guildhall (MS) as the library site.)
LONDON FIRE ENGINE ESTABLISHMENT see Section 22 (ii)
LONDON PORT AREA GRAIN COMMITTEE see Section 22 (ii)
LONDON SALVAGE CORPS see Section 22 (ii)
METROPOLITAN DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION, of 23 Bloomsbury Square (in 1875) and 31 Bedford Place, Bloomsbury (in 1935). Founded in 1875 to train nurses to nurse sick poor in their own homes. Known until 1894 as the Metropolitan and National Nursing Association for Providing Nurses for the Sick Poor, and 1894-1925 as the Metropolitan Nursing Association for Providing Nurses for the Sick Poor. Took over the Central St Pancras District Nursing Association, q.v. in 1929. 1873-1974 (includes minutes 1873-4 of the executive committee which established the Association). L 47.1 Ms 14618-
METROPOLITAN PUBLIC GARDENS ASSOCIATION see Section 21
Last updated 14th January 2008
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