Victorian London - Directories - Dickens's Dictionary of London, by Charles Dickens, Jr., 1879 - "National Club"

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National Club, 1, Whitehall-gardens.—Every member is understood to concur in the following fundamental principles. 1. That it is essential to the due administration of public affairs throughout the empire, that the Protestant principles of the Constitution, the Protestant reformed faith, as established by law, shall be maintained. 2. That the authority of Holy Scripture ought to be recognised in any system of national education, as the only infallible standard of faith and morals. 3. That it is the duty of all persons to endeavour to improve the moral and social condition of the people. Entrance fee for laymen, £10 10s. subscription, £8 8s. Entrance fee for clergymen, £5 5s. subscription £7 7s.

Charles Dickens (Jr.), Dickens's Dictionary of London, 1879