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2,291 Z. 19tf. 8d.. Reduced 3Z.






bition of 40Z - - . 40







per cent. Annuities - - 33 13


4




„ do. paid to the Company's






„ one year's rent of C. V. Game






Poor Account - - 7







in respect of No. 60, Cannon






,, do. paid, the clerk and beadle






Street, and Nos. 16 and 17,






of the Company . - - 6


8




Nicholas Lane - - 234 10







„ balance carried down - - 68 2


9




,, one year's annuity brought












from Sir William Fitz-












wiUiam's account - - 7 6


8










^413 7


8


j^413 7


8



To balance in hand brought down 68 2 9 to be invested.

SIR JOHN GORE'S GIFT.



Dr.
1881.
Dec. 31. To cash of W. J. Belville for one
year's rentcharge issuing out
of No. 15, Great Trinity Lane,
less 21. 8«. land tax -
„ balance due to the Company
carried to next account



£ 8.


d.


9 12





4 16





£U 8






Cr.



d.



1881. £ 8.

Dec. 31. By balance brought from last ac-
count - - - - 4 16
„ cash paid, three yearly pensions
of 3Z. 48. each to poor mem-
bers of the Company - 9 12



By balance brought down



£U 8
. 4 16



ROBERT GRAY'S GIFT.



Dr.
1881. £ 8. d.

Deo. 31. To cash after the rate of 61. per

cent, on the sum of 2,1321. - 106 12



jei06 12 a



Cr.
1881. £ «.

Dec. 31. By amount carried to the Com-
pany's Almhouses' Account
for the use of the Company's
almswomen as per Alms-
houses' Account - - 106 12



d.



HELEN GULSTON'S GIFT.





Dr.




Cr.


1881.


£ 8. d.


1881.


£ 8. d.


Dec. 31.


To cash being at the rate of bl


Dec. 31.


By cash paid yearly pensions of




per cent, on the amount be-




bl. each to two citizens', two




queathed - - - 30




gentlemen's, and two minis-
ters' widows - - ■ 30









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CITY OF LONDON LIVBEY OOBfPANIES' COMMISSION :



SIB JOHN HANBURY'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31.



Db.



Tocaeli



£ a. d.
19 10



il9 10



Cb.



1881. £

Deo. 31. By cash paid the cborphwardens

of Feckenham for one year - 13
„ do. paid the churchwardens of
Hanonry for one year - - 6 10







j£?19 10



JOHN HARBISON'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31.



Dk.

To balance brought from last
account for amount in hand
for pensions to poor members
of the Company

„ one year's rent of Leaf, Sons,
& Co., in respect of Nos. 33
and 34, Old Change - 1,563

„ one year's rent of James Hen-
drey, in respect of No. 6, St.
Swithin's Lane

„ one year's rent of Leaf, Sons,
& Co., in respect of lights
overlooking the premises in
Old Change - - -

„ [ncome tax recovered on rent
for three years, ended on
5th April 1878



d.



- 184 14 4



6 8



214 19 2



10



1881.
Dec. 31.



Ck.



£ ». d.



60 13 4



;e2,024 3 6



To balance in hand for pensions
to poor members of the
Company . - -



205 8 4



16



434



13




By cash paid the churchwardens
of yt. Augustine's for ono
year due at Lady Day, 1881

,, do. paid 54 J yearly pensions of
8L each to poor members of
the Company

„ do. paid the clerk of the Com-
pany -

„ do. for land tax

„ do. paid the Governors of Mer-
chant Taylors'Schools of the
foundation of John Harrison
for their proportion of the
property tax recovered on
rents for three years ended
on 3rd April 1878, viz., three-
fourths of 60Z. \^,M^

,, do. paid the Governors of the
Merchant Taylors' Schools
of the foundation of John
Harrison for three-fourths
part of 1,758Z. 2«. 6(i.,
the net rent to Michaelmas^
1881 . - - . 1,318 11

9, balance in hand for poor mem-
bers of the Company . 205



45 10



10
8 4



ie2,024 3 6



ROBERT HAWES' AND OTHERS* GIFT.







Dk.






Ce.


1881.






£ «. d.


1881.


£ «. d.


Doc. 31.


To Cash -


-


- 400


Dec. 31.


By amount carried to the Alms-
houses Account, and expended
upon six almswomen in the
Company's almshouses (one
of whom is of the parish of
































St. Botolph Without Aid-












gate), at the increased rate












of 27Z. per annum - - 162












„ further amount carried to the












Almshouses Account,and ex-












pended upon the almswomen












m the Company's almshouses












generally, as per Almshouses












Account - -> - 238




£400


£400



JOHN HEYMAN'S GIFT.





Dk.












Ck.






"^


1881.




£


6.


d.


1881.




£


B,


d.


Dec. 31.


To cash gf the churchwardens of
St. Saviour's, Southwark, for
one year'f rent charge issuing
out of two houses at Barnet


2


4





Dec.


31.


By balance brought from last ac-
count - - -

„ cash, paid two yearly pen-
sions* of IZ. each to poor


1










„ balance carried to next account


1












members of the Company -
„ do. paid to the clerk of the


2






























-:












Company • . -





4







£3


4





£3


4













By balance carried to next account


1









JOHN HEYDON'S GIFT.



Dk.
1881. .
Dec. 31. To one year's interest



£ «. d.
3 6 8



1881.
Dec. 31.



Ck.
By cash paid to Mercers' Company



£ s, d.
3 6 8



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EIOHABD HILLBS' GIFT.



409



1881.
Dec. 31. To cash



Dr.



£ 9. d.
£5



Oa.
1881. £ i. d.

Deo. 81. By amount paid to the Company's

Poor Account - -500



BALPH HOLLAND'S GIFT.



1881.



De.



£ 8. d.



Dec. 31. To one year's rent of Francis
Broughton in respect of the
"George" Inn, in Alder-
manbnry - . -



161 4 5
j«161 4 5



1881.



Cb.



Dec. 31. By superstitious p^pnents pur-
chased by the Uompany
,, amount carried to the Com-
pany's Poor Account



£ a. d.

13 4

160 11 1

^61 4 5



.




JOHN HOW


DEN'S GIFT.






Dk.




Ck.




1881.




£ s. d.


1881.


£ 8. d.


Dec. 31. To cash


.


12 6


Dec. 31 By cash, paid the churchwardens
. of St. Mary, Abchurch, tor


















amount due to Lady Day,










1881 .


15 9








„ do. paid the master, wardens,










clerk, and beadle of the










Company


6 8




j£l 2 5


£12 5



WALTEB HULL'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31.



Db.

To balance brought from last
account ...

,, cash of the parish of St.
Clave, Hart Street, for one
year's annuity issuing out of
certain property bequeathed
to the parish



£
1



h d.
9



2 4



£S 13



To balance brought down



1881.



Ck.



Dec. 31. By cash paid two yearly pensions

of 11. each to poor members

of the Company

, , do. paid the clerk of the Company

,, the Company's Poor Account

for one quarterly pension

transferred thereto -

, , balance carried to next account



£



d.



14
JOHN HYDE'S GIFT.



2
4






5

1 4






.€3 13






1881.
Dec. 31.



Dk.

To balance brought from last
account due to Holy Trinity,
Minories - - -

„ do. do. for income tax recovered

,, cash for counsels' and surveyors'
fees recovered

,, one year's rent of A. and H.
Marshall in respect of No.
125, Fleet Street -

,, purchase money of premises
lately Nos. 1 and 56 and a
warehouse in Church Street,
Minories, and also the Three
Lords public-house in the
Minories taken by the Me-
tropolitan Railway Com-
pany - - 6,253

Less costs of the
arbitration - 401 15 4



£ 8, d.



16
12



- 297 4 6



390 16 8



as per Order in Chancery
dated 17th December 1880.

Six months' dividend on
5,895^ 98. Consols -

Interest on purchase money
of the prenuses taken by the
Metropolitan Railway Com-
pany - . - -



-5,851 4 8



86 11 9



15 12 7



^^6,642 18 10



To balance brought down for two
years' arrears due to Holy
Trinity, Minories -



1 12



Ck.
1881. £ 8. d.

Dec. 31. By balance brought from last ac-
count for fees to be recovered 297 4 6

,, cash paid the churchwardens
of St. Andrew Undershaft
22., less land tax 8«. - • 1 12

„ do. paid purchase of 5,8952.98.

Consols - - -5,851 4 8

„ land tax (as per Order in
Chancery dated 17th Decem-
ber 1880) ^ . -080

„ cash paid the master and war-
dens of the Company - 1 10

,, do. paid the minister of Hay-
field, Derbyshire - - 10

„ do. paid the churchwardens

of St. Bride's for one year - 1 10

,, do. paid for law charges - 1 17 6

,, amount carried to the Alms-
houses'Account for the use of
the Company's almswomen
as per Almshouses' Account 5

„ amount carried to the Com-
pany's Convalescent Home
Accotmt for the residue of
this account for one year to
Christmas, 1881 - - 471 3

„ balance for two years' arrears
due to Holy Trinity,
Minories . . -



(Since paid).



A 14646.



1 12
j^6,642 18 10



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CITY OF I/ONDON LIVEBT COMPANIES' GOHMlSSIONl



EOBEET JBNKHSrSGN'S GIFT.



Dk.
1881. £ 8.

Dec. 31. To cash for the yearly smn of 61
and U. for one year's interest
on 20/. at 61, per cent, per
annum - - - 7



1881.
Dec. 31.



Ok.

By cash paid to the Almshouses'
Account for the use of the
Company's almswomen as
per Almshouses' Account -



d.



7



JOHN JUXON'S GIFT.



1881.



Dr.



Dec. 31. By cash of F. L. Popham for one

year's annuity out of lands at

Mortlake, Imown as Brick

Farm, less 21. Sd. land tax -

„ do. paid by the Company out

of their own funds -
„ balance carried down for
amount advanced by the
Company - - -



9 12
2 8



12
.€24



1881.
Dec. 31.



Ok.

By balance brought from last
account for amount advanced
bv the Company

,, cash paid Mr. F. C.H. Piggott
of Emmanuel College, Cam-
bridge - . -



By balance brought down



£ 8. d.



12



12



.€24
. 12



PETER MASON'S GIFT.



1881.



Cr.



Dec. 31 . To one year's rent of Charles Tighe

in respect of No. 1, Poultry 214 19 2
,, one year's rent of H. D. Davies
in respect of Nos. 4 and 6,
Poultry . - - 361 10 5



M76 9 7



Or.

1881.
Dec. 31. By cash paid six months' pension
to a poor liveryman of the
Company ...

, , do. paid one years' pensi6n to
a poor liveryman of the Com-
pany ...

,, do. paid lOJf yearly pensions
of 101, each each to poor
widows of liverymen of the
Company - - .

„ do. paid the Ecclesiastical Com-
missioners one year's quit-
rent due at Michaelmas 1880

,, amount of superstitious pay-
ments purchased by the
Company ...

„ residue carried to the Com-
pany's poor account -



£ 8. d.



40



60



105



9



7 13
363 7



.€676 9 7



1881.
Dec. 31.



LADY JANE MAYNAHD'S GIFT.



Dw.

To balance brought from last ac-
count . - -

„ cash of the Rev. J. W.
Conantfor one year's annuity
issuing out of certain lands at
Brooi£ttids, Medley, and Ivy-
church, in Kent. Less land
tax 10{. and income tax \l, -



£



d.



278 6 8



39
j€317 6 8



To balance brought down for gifts
to be made to poor freemen of
the Company who are about to
set up a trade - - -



277 6 8



1881.
Dec. 31.



Cr.

By cash paid a gift to Heniy P.
Cooper a poor freeman about
to set up m trade

„ do. paid, a gift to F. H. Whit-
field a poor fr'eeman about to
set up in trade

„ balance carried down -



20



20
277




8



^317 6 8





WILLIAM MOORE'S GIFT.


1881.
Dec. 31.


Dr.

£ 8, d.
To cash of the churchwardens of
St. Andrew Undershaft for
one year's annuity issuing out
of a tenement in the said
parish, less 4«. land tax - £0 16


Cr,
1881.
Dec. 31. By cash paid to the Company's
poor account



.€ 5. d.

16



£0 16



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411



EGBERT PARKER'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31.



Db.

To balance brought from last ac-
count for arrear due to the
churchwardens of St. Antho-
lin's - • - .

„ cash . - . -



£ «. d.



5
35



To balance brought down for ar-
arrear due to the church-
wardens of St. Antholin's -



j£?40



6



1881.
Dec. 31.



Cb.



By cash paid the churchwardens
of Walsall . - .

„ do. paid the organist of Wal-
sall - - . -

„ do. paid the master, wardens,
clerk, and beadle of the Com-
pany- - - -

,, do. paid the churchwardens of
St. Antholin's for one year
to Christmas 1880 •

„ balance carried down for ar-'
rear due to the church-
wardens of St. Antholin's -



£

20

5



d.





6



6



5
£40



WILLIAM PARKER'S GIFT.



Dk.






Ce.




1881.


£ s. d.


1881.




£ s. d.


Dec. 31. To cash -


- 80


Dec. 31.


By balance brought from last ac-




„ balance carried down -


7 5




count
„ amount carried to the Conva-
lescent ICome Account by
Order of the Court of Chan-
eery, dated 8th December
1876 ....


7 5








9








,, cash paid the minister of great
Bloxwich for one year (fie at




"














Christmas 1881


20








,, do. paid the minister of St.










Antholin*s for one year.










after deducting 2Z. for land










tax - - -


8








„ do. paid the clerk and sexton-










ess of St. Antholin's, after










deducting 11. for land tax •


4








„ do. paid Bethlem Hospital • .


10








„ do. paid five yearly pensions










of 4L each to poor members










of the Company


20








„ do. paid to the Almshouses'










Account for the use of the










Company's almswomen as
per Almshouses' Account -










7 10








„ paid the master, wardens, clerk,










and beadle of the Company


7 10








„ amount of land tax -


3




£^ h Q


^^87 5








By balance brought down -j


7 5



CHARLES PARKINS' GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31.



Dr.

To cash for one year's dividend
on 5,887L 149 9e2. Consols -

„ do. paid the Company out of
their corporate fonds to
mabd up the amount of the
exhibitions paid - ^



£ B. d,
172 4 4



187 16 8
£360



Cb.
1881. £ 8. d.

Dec 31. By cash paid four yearly exhibitions

ofOOZ. each - - 360



j£360



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OITy OF LONDON LIVBBY OOMFANIES' COMMISSION!



MABGAEET PARSONS' GIFT.





Dr.








Or.




"~"


1881.




£ 8,


d.


1881.




£ 8.


d


Dec. 31.


To balance brought from last ac-
count due to the parish of St.






Dec. 31.


By cash for two years' gift due to
the parish of St. Ohristopher-








Christonher-le- Stocks


10







le-Stocks ...


1







„ do. for amount in hand for








„ do. paid to the churchwardens








poor maidens


15 10







ofSt. MichaeFs, Cornhill -


1







„ cash - - - .


4







,, do. paid to Emma Lcvett
Newman, a poor freeman's
daughter, a gift towards her
marriage - - -

,, do. paid the clerk and beadle
of the Company

„ do. paid to the Company's
Poor Account

,, balance carried down for
amount in hand for poor


6
7
13









To balance brought down for






maidens - . ' .
(Since partly expended).


11







£20





£20













""




amount in hand for poor
















maidens


11














FOWLK PAREY'S GIFT,



1881.



Dr.



Dec. 31. To cash, being at the rate of 5Z.
per cent, per annum on the
amount bequeathed -



£ 8. d.



2 10



1881.



Cr.



Dec. 31 . By amount paid to the Company's
Poor Account



£ 8, d.
2 10



SIR JOHN AND DAME THOMASINE PEROIVAL'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31. To cash -



Dr.



£ 8, d.
3 15 8



1881.
Dec. 31.



Cr.



By cash paid the churchwardens
of St. Mary, Woolnoth



£ 8. d.
3 15 8



1881.
Dec. 31. To cash



Dr.



CHRISTOPHER PITT'S GIFT.



£ s. d.
12



£12



1881.
Dec. 31.



Cr.

By cash paid 5^ yearly pensions
of 21. each to poor Widows of
menibers of the Company
leaving two quarterly pen-
sions unclaimable -

„ do. carried to the Company's
Poor Account for the said
two quarters' pensions



d.



11



10
£12



WILLIAM PRIESTLEY'S GIFT.



Dr,
1881.
Dec. 31. To cash - - - .

,, amount charged upon the
Company's Poor Account -



£ 8.

10 13


d.
4


3 1


4


£13 14


8



188L



Cr.



Dec. 31. By cash paid four yearly pensions
of 2l 28, to poor men free of
the Company
„ do. paid four yearly pensions
of IZ. 68, 8d, each to poor men
of the parish of Homsey



£ 8. d.

8 8

5 6 8
£18 14 8



SAMUEL PROCTOR'S GIFT.



Dr.



1881.
Dec. 31. To cash -



£ 8. d.
5



£5



1881.



Cr.



£ 8. d.
4 10



Dec. 31. By amount paid to the Company's
Poor Account
,, do. paid to the clerk and

beadle of the Company - 10

j^S



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413



MAEY EAMSAY'S GIFT.



1881.



Db.



Deo. 31. To oash for two-eighths share of
21L 78. 6d, received for in-
terest on loan money



£ 8. d.



6 6 11



1881.



Ofi.



Dec 31. By amount carried to the Com-
pany's Poor Account



£ 8. d.
5 6 11



EDWARD RENNEOK'S GIFT.



1881.



Db.



Deo. 31. To cash for one-eighth share of
2\l, 78. 6d. for interest re-
ceived on loan money



£ 8. d.



2 13 6



1881.



Ok.



Dec. 31. By amount carried to the Com-
pany's Poor Account



£ 8, d.
2 13 6



HENEY RICHARDS' GIFT.



Dk.
1881.
Dec. 31. To balance brought from last
account for arrear of one
quarterly pension -
„ cash for five-eighths share of
21Z. 78, 6d. received for in-
terest on loan money
,, amount paid out of the Com-
pany's Corporate Fund



£ 8. d.



10 6



13 7 1
7 12 11


£21 10


6



1881.



Ck.



Dec. 31. By cash paid, arrear of one quar-
terly pension
„ do. paid 10 yearly pensions of
21, 28. each to poor members
of the Company or their
widows ...



£


*.


d.


10


t5


21









j€21 10 6



SIR ABRAHAM REYNARDSON'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31.



Dr.



To cash



- 16



^6



1881.



Ck.



Dec. 31. By cash paid six yearly pensions
of 11. 68. Sd. each to six poor
men, and six do. to poor
women of the Company - 16



THOMAS ROBERTS' GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31.



Dr.

£ 8, d.
To one year's dividend on

2,108L 08. 9d,' - - 61 13 2



.€61 13 2



Ck.



1881. £ s. d.

Dec. 31. By amoimt paid to the Alms-
houses' Account for the use of
the Companv's Almswomen,
as per Almshouses' Account- 61 13 2



SIR THOMAS ROWE'S GIFT.



1881.
Deo. 31.



Dk.



To cash



£ 8. d.
40



.9^40



1881.



Ck.



Dec. 31. By cash paid, two yearly pen-

free-



£ 8. d.



sions of 41. each to poor free-
men of each of the following
Companies, viz.: Plasterers'
Clothworkers', Carpenters',
Armourers', and Bricklayers'
Companies • . - 40



RICHARD SHEPHAM'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31.



Dr.

To cash being at the rate of 52.
per cent, on the amount be-
queathed ...



£ 8. d.
2 10



Dr.



1^1- £ 8 d

Dec. 31. By amount paid to the Alms-
houses' Account for the use of
the Company's almswomen as
per Almshouses' Account - 2 10



NICHOLAS SPENCER'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31.



Dr.

To balance bro.ught from last ac-
count due to the church-
wardens of Doddington
„ cash - - - -



£ 8. d.



2 12
6 5 8



To balance for two years' arrears
due to the churchwardens of
Doddington -



5 4



1881.



Ck.



£ 8. d.



Doc. 31. By cash paid the churchwardens

St. Thomas Apostles - 3 13 8

„ balance carried down due to the

churchwardens of Doddington 5 4

j^ 17 8



•(Since paid).



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CITY OF LONDON LIVEBY COMPANIES OOMMI8BION :
MESSES. STINT AND OTHEBS* GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31. To cash



Dr.



£ 8, d,
12



Ce.
1881. £. 9. d,

Dec. 31. By amount paid to the Oompany's

Poor Accomit - - - 12



ABIGAIL SOLLY'S GIFT.



Dr.
1881. £ 8. d.

Dec. 31. To cash of Frank Miils for one
year's rent, in respect of land
at Godstone in Snrrey - 19 10 10



^9 10 10



Or
1881. ' £ 8, d,

Dec. 31. By cash paid for repairs to
Mrs. Solly's tomb in Bunhill
Fields . - - - 5 17 2

,, amount carried to the Com-
pany's Poor Accoxmt - - 13 13 8

^^19 10 10



WILLIAM STUART'S GIFT.



Dr.
1881. £ 8, d.

Dec. 31. To balance in hand brought from

last account ... 183 15 4
„ cash for one year's dividend on

2,052Z. 7*. Si. Consols - 60 8



.€243 16



To balance in hand brought down 182 4 8



Or.

1881. £ 8. d.

Dec. 31. By cash paid one yearly exhibition 61 11 4

,, balance in hand carried down 182 4 8



j£243 16



THOMAS SUTTON'S GIFT.



Dr.
1881. £ 8.

Dec. 31. To one year's rent of Sir W. A.
BosCi in respect of premises
in Anchor Alley, Thames
Street - - - 341 19

„ one year's dividend on

2,738Z.18«.10i. Consols - 80 2

„ one year's dividend on

13,983L6». Consols - - 409



.£831 2 1



Or

1881. £ 8, d.

Dec. 31. By cash paid the Duke of Bedford

one year's quitrent - - 1

„ land tax due to the Company -
„ amount carried to the Alms-
houses' Account for the use of
the Company's almswomen, as
per Almshouses* Account - 829 16 8



1 5
4



je831 2 1



JOHN TEBSSAWBLL'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31.



Dr.



£ 8, d.



To one year's rentchar^e paid by
the Company, and issuing out
of premises in Bread Street,
formerly the Saracen's Head • 6 8

„ ditto received from Eichard
Bobinson, issuing out of
No. 43, Cannon Street, for-
merly No. 18, Basing Lane - 13

,, one year's rent of Hughes
Crampton, & Co., in respect
of No. 61, Broad Street - 390 16 8

£^91 16 4



Or.
1881. £ 5. d.

Dec. 31. By amount carried to the Com-
pany's Poor Account - - 391 16 4



£S91 16 4



THOMAS THOMLINSON'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31. To cash



Dr



£ 8'. d,
2 12



j6?2 12

To balance brought down for
arrear due to the church-
wardens of St. Mildred,
Poultry - - - 1 12



1881.
Dec. 31.



Cr.

By cash paid the Governors of

Christ's Hospital
«, balance earned down for ar-
rear due to the churchwardens
of St. Mildred's, Poult^, for
one year - - -



£ 8. d.

10

1 12

^ 12



(Since paid).



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Dk.








Ck.






1881.




£ 8.


d.


1881.




£ 8.


ef.


Dec. 81.


To balance bronght from last ac-






Dec. 31.


By cash paid the lecturer at St.








count for airear due to the








Magnus the Martyr -


75 8


4




churchwardens of St. Mi-








„ do. paid the parish clerk of do.


30 3


4




chaeVs, Crooked Lane


3 15


5




„ do. paid the churchwardens of








„ cash for one year's dividend








St. Benetfink for one year -


7 10 10




on 4,5252. Reduced 3 per








„ do. paid arrear due to the








cent. Annuities


135 15







churchwardens of St. Mi-
chael's, Crooked Lane

„ do. paid six months' gift to do.

„ do. paid the master, wardens,
ana clerk of the Company -


3 15
3 15


5
5












15 1


8












„ balance carried down for
















arrear due to the church-
















wardens of St. Michael's,
















Crooked Lane, for six months








To balance brought down for








to Christmas 1881 -


3 15


5




ei39 10


6


J139 10


5














arrears due to the church-
















wardens of St. Michael's,
















Crooked Lane


3 15


6


(Since


paid).







WTLLTAM TUDOR'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31. To cash -



De,



£ «. d,
2 10



Cr.
1881. £ 8. d.

Dec. 31. By cash paid to the Company's

Poor Account - - 2 10



WILLIAM TUDMAN'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31. To cash -



Dr.



£ 8. d.
14 10



£1^ 10



To balance brought down due to
the churchwardens of St.
Mildred's, Poultry -



12



1881.
Dec. 31.



Cb.

By cash paid to the Company's
Poor Account

„ balance due to the church-
wardens of St. Mildred's,
Poultry, carried down



£ 8. d.
2 10



12
£14, 10



(Since paid).



SIR WILLIAM TURNER'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31. To cash



Dr.



£ 8. d.
9



^9



Cr.
1881. £ 8. d.

Dec. 31. By cash paid three yearly pen-
sions of 3^. each to poor cloth-
workers, members ©f the
Company - - - 9



No. 1.
JOHN VERNON'S GIFT.





Dr.








Cr.






1881.




£ 8.


d.


1881




£ s.


d.


Dec. 31.


To balance brought from last ac-
count for arrear of two






Dec. 31.


By cash paid arrears of two quar-
„ ters* pension to a poor plas-








quarters' pension to a plas-








terer - - - .


2







terer - - - -


2







,, do. paid two yearly increased
exhibitions of 10/. each








„ do. retained for two-thirds of



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