It is not fitting that while I am possessed of abundant means you should longer remain the tenant of an almshouse.
A few years later Charterhouse was converted into an almshouse and a school.
Godalming's almshouse is a long low building of red brick, standing behind a white gate and some elms on the road by Farncombe.
At this time he had taken Leo from the almshouse, to be her companion in his absence.
Convinced or persuaded by what Mrs. Hungerford said, all her friends and acquaintance attended her this morning to the almshouse.
He took his way across the fields, so as to reach the almshouse before his father.
In prison, hospital, and almshouse to-night the city is host, and gives of her plenty.
The almshouse could tell the story of a hundred women who married men to reform them.
In 1816, a portion of the almshouse was set apart for the punishment of felons, by the institution of the treadmill.
On the one side is the palace, on the other are the almshouse and "silent poor."