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XATIOXAL SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN. To the Editor of the Milford Haven Telegraph." SIR,—I shall be grateful if you will allow me to appeal through your columns for increased support for the work we are doing on behalf of the nation's needlessly suffering and helpless children. Our work goes on all the days of the year, and all over the land, whilst the great bulk of our income is contributed during the last three or four months of it. Though the income has steadily increased, the magnitude of the work increases too, and there are still large areas of the country in which we have, as yet, been unable to station our" Children's Men," where thousands of little sufferers are left wholly without pro- tection. There are, also, other areas in which these men are so inadequate to the work in them, as to make what they do but partially and imperfectly done. It is our desire and duty to see that no child in our land lives an unendurable life. Indeed, we are commanded by the Crown to do this. That we have partly failed in this just and good thing we are confident is not due to any failure of human feeling in the land towards little victims of vicious parentage. It is due, we believe, to the lack of the knowledge of the magnitude of the evils from which these children suffer. I will not bring tears to the eyes of your readers over details of these evils. Surely the deplorable fact that in the last twelve months we have had to plead with, to warn, and in many cases to invoke the aid of the law on behalf of 76,000 children in wilfully inflicted pains and miseries cannot fail to ape peal to the pity of humanity, and cannot appeal in vam. During our whole existence we have saved from their evil lot over 450.000 of the children of the land. Help for continuing and exieuding this work will be thankfully received by the lIOD. Evelyn Hubbard, M.P., Treasurer of the Society (cheques please cross Bank of England), or by lours truly. Yours truly. BENJAMIN WAUGH, Director of the Society. 7, Harpur Street, London. W.C., 0ctober -3th, 1S9;).

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