She talked with her husband, and they opened a “ragged school” for children.
It is still retained by the members of the above Church as a ragged school.
The ragged school was the one in which he was so much interested, and that he had been instrumental in establishing.
A ragged school has also been built which bears his name, and in which the good work he inaugurated in Plymouth is now carried on.
I remember going through a ragged school in London, once, and finding the eyes of the children in the infant class red and sore.
So much was her make that of a thief, that I doubt whether training in a ragged school would have had much effect upon her.
The ragged school Union has its ramifications in every part of the metropolis.
The ragged school children loved him, and through them, he got at the hearts of some of their degraded parents.
It was here that in 1843 the ragged school movement in London commenced its wonderful and praiseworthy career.
No one has such power over the poor untutored heathen children of the ragged school as she has, and no one loves them as she does.