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In 19th century Sydney, the Benevolent Asylum was a place of temporary refuge for destitute ex-convicts and deserted families, as well as a lying-in hospital for single women and their illegitimate offspring. From the 1850s it forged close connections with the Randwick Institute for Destitute Children and, from 1862, the Liverpool Asylum. Learn more about who needed the help of these institutions and what records they left behind.
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