Parliamentary Intelligence

1914 The Lancet  
200 and not well enough to work. Relieved three times, jE15. Voted B5.— Widow, aged 49, of L.S A. Lond. who practised at Leicester. Earns a little by needlework, but cannot obtain sufficient work. Two daughters, each only earning a little, and two boys, ages 12 and 10, at school. Relieved twice, ,c22. Voted ,c12 in 12 instalments. -widow, aged 55, of L.R.C.P. & S. Glasg. who practised at Heatonon-Tyne. Six children, two of whom are married and unable to assist, and the others only very little.
more » ... only very little. Has two lodgers. Health very unsatisfactory. Relieved ten times, .E106. Voted JE12 in 12 instalments.-Daughter, aged 50, of M.R.C.S. Eng. who practised at Box. Lives with delicate sister, who also receives a grant from the Fund. Applicant's health very unsatisfactory. Relieved twice, JE24. Voted ,c12 in 12 instalments.-Widow, aged 68, of M.D. Edin. and M.R.C.S.Eng. who practised at Cambridge. Income E25 per annum from friends and
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