This mystery was apparently written in the eighteenth century, for representation by a charity-school.
No one could expect much from a charity-school in the fifteenth century.
You are not well at all: youre as pale and peaked as a charity-school girl!
Then, on the other side of my bed, I saw an open cloister, and presently I saw that it was lined with charity-school children.
You saved me from the workhouse; you would not even let me go to the charity-school that Mrs. Rumbold recommended.
Charlotte was ready to throw her energies into any active scheme, hospital or picnic, charity-school or kettle-drum.
These girls had been taken from the workhouses and educated at a charity-school, and would by and by be apprenticed as servants.
No charity-school children sang over his grave when the former lord of Borreby was laid in the cold earth!
It is now a charity-school, a lighthouse, and a life-saving station.
But the thing which made the deepest impression on Annie was a visit to a charity-school at the old convent of San Antonio.