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triennial payments for gowns








,, do. paid the churchwardens of








and cloaks -


43 18


4




St. Michael's, Comhill


2 8







„ do. for amount of unclaimed








„ do. paid the minister, clerk,
and sexton of do.

Carried forward •








exhibitions . - -
Carried forward


3 10







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OITT OF LONDON LIVEKT COMPANIES* COBCMI88ION :



JOHN VEBNGN'S GIFT— c<m*iftua2.



1881.
Deo. 31.



Db.

Bronfflit forward
To cash for interest on snzn of
1,5602. beqaeathed to the
Company ...

„ do. for amount of rentcbarge
payable by the Company

,, amount charged on the Com-
pany s'oorporate funds forin-
creaeing the exhibitions &om
4/. to 10/. each -

„ overpayment by the Company
oat of their own fnnds



£
49



86 6 8
93 1



12
5 6 4



1881.
Deo. 31.



.£246 2 4



To balance brought down for
amonnt^ of unclaimed exhi-
bitions - - •



U 10



Ob.

Brought forward
By amount carried to the Conva-
lescent Home Account for
one year ...

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

,, do. paid yearly pensions of 4/.
each to two plasterers, two
wardens, two clothworkers,
two armourers, and one
tiler ....

„ do. paid three quarterly pen-
sions of 1/. each to a car-
penter ...

,y do. carried to the Company's
Poor Account for one quar-
terly pension to a carpenter
unclamied ...

„ do. paid 12 yearly pensions of
6/. each to poor members of
the Company

„ do. paid four yearly do. of
2/. ^5. each to poor freemen
of the Company *' Rever-
sioners" . . -

„ do. paid for making 26 gowns
and cloaks at 65. each -

„ do. paid for 110 yards of claret
cloth for gowns and cloaks at
Is, 6d. per yard

„ do. paid for 134 yards of
serge for gowns and cloaks
at Lr. lOrf. per vard -

„ do. paid embroidering 26 arm
badges at 6s, 6d,

„ balance carried down for
amount of unclaimed exhi-
bitions ...



£ $.d.
25 17 8



16

2 11

36

3



1





72





8 8





7 16





41 5





12 5


8


8 9






11 10
£246 2 4



No. 2.
JOHN VERNON'S GIFT.



1881.
Dec. 31.



Dr.

To cash for interest at the rate
of 5 per cent, per annum ou
the sum of 1,355/. 6s. 9d, re-
ceived by the Company in
respect of a bequest of 200/.
ana as residuary legatees
under Mr. Vernon's will



67 15 4



Ce.
1881. £ g^ d,

Dec. 31. By amount carried to the Com-
pany's Poor Account for the
relief of the poor - - 67 15 4



£m 15 4



JAMES WILPORD'S GIFT.



Db.



1881.
Dec. 31.



To cash



£ 8. d.
9 13 4



9 13 4



To balance brought down due to

the parish of Northiam • 5 12



1881.
Dec. 31.



Cb.

By cash paid the rector 2U., and
sexton 28, 6d, of St. Marga-
ret's Lothbury

„ do. paid the churchwardens of
St. Bartholomew's by the Ex-
change ...

„ do. paid to the Company's Poor
Account ...

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

„ balance carried down for arrear
due to the parish of Northiam



£ 8. d.



1 3 6



1 12
19



6 8
5 12



9 13 4



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117



1881.
Dec. 31.



JOHN WILFORD'S GIFT.



Dk.

To balance brought from last ac-
count due to the churchwar-
dens of Streatham

„ one year's rent received of
T. Honychurch, issuing
out of ^o. 34, Throgmorton
Street - - 4 13 4

Less land and in-
come tax - 1 6



£



d.



, one year's rent re-
ceived of the Oor-
Doration of London
issuing out of sundry

f remises - - 9 6 8

ess land and in-
come tax - - 2 1 1



„ income tax paid by the Company



10 3 8



3 12 10



5





£21 2 5



Cb.
1881. £ 8. d.

Dec. 31 . By cash paid the hurch wardens
of Streatham for arrear due at
Christmas 1880 - - 10 3 8

,, do. paid the chm-chwardens of
Sutton one year's gift due at
Christmas 1881 - 10 8
Less income tax - 5 3

10 2 d



,, do. paid the master, wardens,
and clerk of the Company -



16



^12 5



JOHN WILLIAMS' GIFT.



Db.



1881.
Dec. 31. To cash



£ 8, d,
3



Cb.



d.



1881. £ 8.

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

Poor Account - -300



RANDOLPH WOOLLEY'S GIFT.





Db.






Cb.




1881




£ B. d.


1881.




£ 8. d.


)ec. 31. To cash -




. 19 12


Dec. 31.


By cash paid the GK)vemors of
Wolverhampton Grammar
School for one year due at
Michaelmas 1881

„ do. paid two yearly pensions of
41 each to poor members of the


5




















Merchant Taylors' Company


8










„ do. paid one yearly pension of
41, to a poor member of the






















Clothworkers' Company


4










,, do. paid to the Almshouses'












Account for the u^e of the








'




Company's almswomen as
per Almshouses' Account


2 12




jei9 12


^^19 12



JOHN WOOLLER'S GIFT.



-


Db.








Cb.






1881.




£ s.


d.


1881.




£ 8,


d.


Doc. 31.


To balance brought from last ac-






Dec. 31.


By cash paid arrears due to the








count for arrears of two years'








churchwardens of Brighton •


2







gift due to the churchweurdens








,, do. carried to the Company's








of Brighton - - -


2







Convalescent Home Account




*




,, do. for amount of unclaimed
exhibitions - - -

,, cash for one year's annuity or
rent charge . - -


9 15
24








for one year -

,, do. paid the Governors of
Christ's Hospital -

,, do. paid Bridewell Hospital -

„ do . paid to the Almshouses* Ac-
count for the use of the Com-
pany's almswomen, as per
Almshouses' Account

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

, , balance carried down for arrear
due to the parish of St.Magnus
and to the parish of Brighton

„ do. for amount of unclaimed


4

5
2

5 4

1 16

1
1


















To balance brought down due to








exhibitions -


13 15







^35 15





£35 1.*^

















the parish of St. Magnus


1





(Since


paid).








and parish of Brighton


1














„ do. for amount of unclaimed
exhibitions . - -



13 15



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CITY OF LONDON LIVERY COMPANIES* COMMISSION:



MERCHANT TAYLORS' COMPANY IN ACCOUNT WITH THEIR ALMSHOUSES AT LEE.



Dk.



1881.


£ 8.


d.


1881.


ec. 31. To balance brought from laet ac<






Dec. 31


count - - .


2,711 1


5




,, cash under the following gifts








viz. : —








Andrew Dandy's gift


12







Robert Dowe's „


13 11


4




Lady Ducie's ,,


5







Robert Gray's


. . 106 12







Robert Hawes'








and others „ 1621








and238;










- 400







R. Jenkinson's gift


7


V






Wm. Parker's „


7 10







Rd. Shepham's „
R. Woolley's „
John Wooller's „


2 10







2 12







5 4







John Hyde's „


. 6







Thomas Roberts',,


. 61 13


2




„ CO. foi- residues imder the foL








lowing gifts, viz.: —








Reynold Barker's gift


. 341 19


7




Hugh Candish's „


. 645 15







Thomas Sutton's „


. 829 16


8





By



To balance brought down



.£'5£5752
-3,055 7 5



Cr.

cash paid 31 almswomen for
seven months and 32 do. for
five months at 21, hs, each per
month or 27^ each per annum

do. paid extra allowance to
infirm almswomen -

do. paid for wine for infirm
almswomen ...

do. paid towards the funeral
expenses of deceased alms-
women . - -

do. paid Roberts' gift of 1/.
half-yearly to tlie almswomen

do. paid to 31 almswomen on
visitation 10«. each -

do. paid to 31 almswomen in
lieu of shoes and hose

do. paid for 440 yards of black
stuff for gowns at 1«. 4d. per
yard - - . -

do. paid for 349} yards of calico
for shifts at 8i5. per yard -

do. paid for 91 tons o cwt. of
coals - . - -

do. paid for repairs to the
almshouses - . -

do. paid rates and taxes on do.

do. paid the gardener's wages,
Ac. - - - .

do. paid for extra labour and
other necessaries for the gar-
den ....

do. paid for rose trees

do. paid for pew rents at Lee
Church ...

do. paid the rector of Lee one
year's allowance for attend,
ance at the almshouses

do. paid the medical attendant

do. paid the superintendent -

do. paid for gas

do. paid for newspapers and
magazines for the reading
room - - . -

do. paid for cleaning the read-
ing rooms, &c.

do. paid for stationery

do. paid for sweeping chimneys

do. paid for insurance from
fire ...

do. paid for fomiture -

do. paid for water rate

do. paid for winding and re
paiiin^y the turret clock

do. paid for a lawn mower -



£ s. d.



848


5





151 19





6


6





12








62








15 10





17


1





29


6


8


12


7


8


107


7 10


252 4
84 15


3




57 13



25 7 1
2 4

22 10



35

60

100

16 4 8



9 8 1

7 12 6

1 10

4

7 15 6

9 19 6

31 4

5 5
7 2



Jr2,001 17 9
By balance carried to next ac-

iotint - . -3,055 7 5



^5,057 5 2



MERCHANT TAYLORS' COMPANY IN ACCOUNT WITH THEIR POOR ACCOUNT.





Dr.








Cr.






1881.






£ s. d.


1881.




£ s.


rf.


Dec. 31.


To cash for sundry gifts as under,




Dec. 11.


By cash paid to poor members
of the Company or their








viz. :














Jeffery Elwes' gift -


20




widows for present and








Walter Fish's




7




general relief


608 15


4




Richard Hilles' ,




5




,, do. paid 9 J yearly pensions of








William Moore's ,




16




12/. each to poor members of








Margaret Parsons' ,
Fowlk Parry's




13




the Company


117









2 10




,, do. paid five yearly pensions








Samuel Procter's ,




4 10




of 20/. each and seven do. of








Stint and others ,




12




30/. each to almswomen of








William Tudor's ,




2 10




the livery ...


310







William Tudman's ,




2 10




,, do. paid 10 yearly pensions of








John Williams'




3




12/. each to poor daughters








John Vernon's ,




07 15 4




of freemen of the Com-








Carried forward -








pany . - . -
Carried forward - . 1


120







128 4 4


,155 15


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MERCHANT TAYLOR'S COMPANY IN ACCOUNT WITH THEIR POOR AGOOJJ^T—conilnued.



1881.
Dec. 31.



£
128



4
160
363

2

5
391


13



8. d.
4 4



19 7

11 1

7 3

13 6

6 II

16 4

19 2

13 8



Dr.

Brought foi*ward
To amount of residues under sun
dry gifts, viz : —

Andrew Dandy's gift

Ralph Holland's

Peter Mason's

Edward Renneck's

Mary Ramsay's

John Tressawell's

James Wilford's

Abigail Solly's
,, amount of fees received on
apprenticeships and free
men's admissions trans
ferred by order of court
,, i>cnsions unclaimed under sun-
di*y gifts, viz. : —

Andrew Dandy's gift

James Chad wick's ,,

Walter Hull's

Christopher Pitt's „

John Vernon's ,,

„ amount paid by the Company
out of their corporate mnds
to provide for the excess of
expenditure over income of
the Poor Account for the
year ended on 31st Decem-
ber 1881 . - - - 1,382 19 7



7 18



5
10
5





.42,465 13 1



Ch.

£ s. d.
1881. Brought forward - - 1,155 15 4

Dec. 31. By cash paid 19} yearly pen-
sions of lOZ. each to poor
freemen of the Company or
their widows - - 197 10

,, do. paid 5 J yearly pensions
of 20/. each and l\ of 30/.
each to poor liverymen of .

the Company or their
widows - - - 150

,, do. paid 31 yearly pensioners
of 4/. each to4Jmswomen at
Lee - - - - 124

,, do. paid one yearly pension to
a poor member of the C'^m-
pany - - - - 150

,, do. paid two yearly pensions
of 40i. each to poor daughters
of members of the Company 80
,, do. paid six months' pension
to a poor daughter of a
member of the Company - 12 10
„ do. paid to one of the above on
account of the education of
her daughter - - 4

, , do. paid one year's pensions of
various amounts to poor
daughters of freemen of
the Company
,, do. paid for increasing
pensions under the follow
ing gifts, viz : —
James Chadwick's gift
Sir William Craven's „
Robert Dowe's ,,

Sir John Gore's ,,
John Hey man's „

Walter Hull's
William Parker's „
J. H. Peacock's „

Christopher Pitt's „
WiUiam Priestley's ,,
Sir A. Reynardson's „
H. Richards' ,,

Sir William Turner's,,
John Vernon's ,,

R. WooUey's
,, do. paid for increasing the

pensions under sundry gifter 13 811



be
w-

14





18 10





17 8





3 12





4





8





4





15





13 10





11 12





36 13


4


26 16


6


4





- 219 12





2






2,466 13 1



By Oidi r of Court,

F. L. HorKiKK,
Accountant to tho Company,

'>0th July 1882.



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OITT OF LONDON LIVERY COMPANIES COMMISSION :



HABERDASHERS' COMPANY,



Mb. Haee's Repout,



PART I.



TO THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR
ENGLAND AND WALES.

In pursuance of a Minute of the Board of the /th day
of November 1862, 1 have inquired into the condition and



circumstances of the following charities under the manage-
lAent of the Haberdashers' Company of the City of London,
and I have stated in the Report under the head of each
specific endowment, the result of my investigation.



Adams' Charity

Aldersey's „

Arnold's „

Aske's Hospital

Bank's Charity

Sir G. Barnes' Charity

Thomas Barnes' „ -

Barrett's „

Benskyns' „ -

Blundell's

Boddington & Boulter's Cha:

Bond's Charity

Bowcher's Charity

Bramley's „

Buckland's „

Biirghley's „

Caldwell's

Carpenter's ,,

Clarke's „

Thos. Cleave's „

Wm. Cleave's „

Culverwell's „

Freeman's „

French's „

Gale's „

Gerrard's „

Goumay's „

Hall's

Hamond's „

Harrison's „

Hazlefoot's „

Hewes' „



ity



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The Haberdashers' Company, under the style of " The
" Master and four Wardens of the Fraternity of the Art
" or Mystery of Haberdashers in the City of London,"
consists of the master, four wardens, and court of
assistants, and the livery and freemen of the Company.

The master and wardens are chosen by the court of
assistants, the court electing each year a master and two
senior wardens from the court, according to their standing,
and they elect also, two junior wardens, from the livery,
not on the court. The senior is the first warden, and the
next the second warden, each serving as well as the master,
for a year, and succeeding to each other's office in turn.
Of the two junior wardens, one serves as third, and the
other as fourth warden, and at the end of the year, these
two junior wardens are elected on the court.

The number of the court of assistants varies from 30 to
about 46. The number of freemen are about 800, of whom
444 are liverymen.

William Adamh' Charities.

By indenture of the 27th November 1656, made by
William Adams of the one part, and the Haberdashers'
Company of the other part, after reciting that the said
William Adams had conveyed to the Haberdashers' Com-
pany certain lands and tenements in Staffordshire, it was
declared that the said CK)mpany should pay the several
yearly sums following : —

To a minister at Newport for catechising
children, &c. . . -

To a schoolmaster . - -

To an usher - - .

For apprenticing 3 poor boys
To 4 learned ministers and
persons for visiting the
house, &c. - - - -

To a peer boy as belhringer at the school



3 other
school-



20/.
40/.
20/.
24/.



Heydon's Charity

Hobby's „ -

Holden's „ -

Huntloe's „ " •

Hutchinson's „ -

Jeston's ,. - "

Johnson's „ -

Jones' „ (Monmouth)

Jones' „ (Newland) -

Jones' (Pensions)

Jones' (Lecture)

Kelke's Charity

Loans (with interest) -

Loans (Tiathout interest)

Monox's Charity

Morgan's „

Offley's „

Paradines' „ • •

Peacock's „ • -

Raynton's „

Ramsey's „ - -

Romney's „ - -

Seabrook and Harrison's Charity

Shingler's Charity -

Somer's „ -

Taylor's „

Trotman*s „ •

Weld's

Whitmore's „

Whyte's „

Wynne's „ -



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To a poor boy for cleaning the said
schooUhouse - - -

For repair of the said school -house and
almshouses ...

For 4 exhibitions at Oxford
Cambridge

To the 4 poor aged almspeople -

To 20 poor people of the Company

To the clerk and beadles



- 20f.

6/.

20/.

20/. 165.
20/.
2/.



2s.
20s.



The institution was further established and regulated by
Acts of Parliament passed in the 12th and 13th years of
King Charles the 2nd. The deeds and accounts are set
forth in the Report of the Commissioners of (nquiry for
the county of Salop. (Vol. 6, p. 416, et sea.)

The property of the charity in Staffordshire seems to
have been demised for long terms of years to a person
named Justice and his representatives, under the direction
in the will of the testator, which appears to have given the
lessee a right of renewal. The renewed lease granted
under this direction expired in 1784, and no further claim
to renewal seems to have been nuule on the part of the
lessee. The estate was then let to several tenants at a
great increase of the aggregate rent, and a suit was
instituted in the Court of Chancery by the Attorney-
General at the relation of Richard Whitworth, Esq.,
against the Haberdashers' Company, and Randle Tonner,
the heir-at-law of W. Adams, the founder of the charity,
for the direction of the Court as to the application of the
increased income. The surplus rents were claimed in this
suit by the heir-at'law of W. Adams.

The Court, however, in this suit, determined that there
was no resulting trust in favour of the heir-at-law of the
founder, and the usual reference was then made to the
master to approve of a scheme, which was settled in the
year 1797.

The rents were further increased in or previous to the
year 1808, when a further scheme was settlcMl) having



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re^rd to the augmented income, and many of the fore-

toinff payments were increased not only beyond the sums
xedby the original trust, but by further additions made
to the augmentation of 1797.

The Commissioners of Inquiry set forth the state of the
property of the charity, and the condition and administra-
tion of the institution at the time of their inquiry in May
1820. • H J J

The property consists of the following particulars : —

1. The estate at Woodseves, in the parish £ 8, d,

of Drayton, StafPordshire. which was
purchased in 1667, under the direction
of the founder's will ; with the produce
of the timber. It consists of a farm-
bouse and buildings and 92a. Or. 15p.
of land, let to Thog. Thompson, on
lease for 21 years from Michaelmas
1861 (determinable by either party at
the end of 14 years) at the rent of - 138
flliis rent is an increase from 95/.,
the rental under the preceding
lease, improvements having been
made in draining on the land and
otherwise.)

2. Knighton Mount Farm. — A farmhouse

and buildings and 240a. 2r. 2p. of land,

let to Wm. Peover for 21 years from

Michaelmas 1861 (determinable as

above) - - . - 460

(This is an increase from 306/., the

rental under the preceding lease.)

The new demise includes two

plots of land, 10a. Or. 30p., taken

from Palin's farm {see No. 5 infra) .

3. Knighton Grange Farm. — ^A farmhouse

and buildings and 238a. 3r. 2p. land,
let to Thos. Clark on lease for 21 years
from Michaelmas 1861 (determinable
as above) - - - - 389

(This is an increase from 2432.)

4. Knighton Hall Farm.— A good farm-

house and buildings and 220a. Ir. 37p.
of land, let to Henry Clark on lease
for 21 years from Michaelmas 1861
(determinable as above) - - 406

(This is an increase from 290/., it
inoludes 2a. 3r. 15p. of land taken
from Palin's farm {see No. 5
infra).

Part of Palin's farm, let to Thos.
Lycett, bought and held by the
Haberdashers' Company in trust for
this charity and for Jones' (Monmouth)
Charity, under the following circum-
stances : —

In the year 1866, the Company pre-
sented their petition to the Court
for its sanction to the application
of 1,938/. 12«. 4d. 3 per cent, consols,
the produce of an investment of the
purchase money for a strip of land,
crossing the Knighton Hall farm,
taken by the London and Birmingham
Canal Company, together with other
funds belonging to the Company as
Governors of the Grammar School of
William Jones in Monmouth, in the
purchase of a farm called Palin's, the
lands of which were intermixed with
the property of Adams' Charity. The
Court approved the purchase, and
1,750/. Us. 9d. and 18/. 7». Ud. stock
was sold out, and'^roducing cash for
payment of 1,689/. lOs. lOtT, the pur-
chase money and interest for 31a. 3r.
26p. of land, part of Palin's farm,
which is now divided between the
tenancies of Peover (No. 2), Henry
Clark (No. 4), Lycett (No. 5). The
entire farm consisting of a feurnhouse
and buildings and a. r. p. of land. .

£1,393

Bj an order of the Court of Chancery of the Ist April
1856, it was ordered {inter alia) that the messuages and
lands and the purchase mone^r for the same be apportioned
between the coarities of William Adams at Newport, and
the charities of William Jones at Monmouth, respectively,



in manner following, such parts of the said messuages,
&c., as with the timber thereon should be equal in value
to the proportion which the produce of the 1,938/. 12*. 4d.
Consols, thereinafter directed to be sold should bear to the
entire purchase money of 7,460/., or as near thereto as
circumstances would admit, and as were convenient to be
held with other lands belonging to the said chwrity estate
of William Adams ; and the remaining parts of the said
messuages, &c., be apportioned to the said charity of
William Jones of Monmouth. Under this order the
apportionment was made and separate conveyances were
taken, to the Company as governors of the two several
charities. By a deed of the 24th January 1856, settled by
the Court, Palin and others the vendors, conveyed to the
master and wardens, as governors of the possessions of the
free grammar school of Newport, of the foundation of
William Adams, all and singular the lands and heredita-
ments containing in the whole 31a. 3r. 26p. mentioned in
the schedule thereunder written, all which said lands were
then in the occupation of Maria Hodgkins, and were
situated in Knighton, in the parish of Adbaston, StaflFord-
shire, and were formerly known by the description
following: — All those several closes of land situate in
Knighton aforesaid, called or known as Holly Meadow,
containing la. 3r. 18p. ; Ward^ Yard or Garden in three
parts, and called Near Wards Yard, Far Wards Yard, and
Wards Yard Meadow contkining by estimation 6a. Or. 25p

rof the Cliff Field, the entirety of which contained
3r. 3p. ; the upper and lower Millings, containing
together 7a. 3r. 7p., or thereabouts ; the Solomon, then
laid to lower Millings aforesaid, containing by estimation
Oa. 2r. 22p.; the Davipott, in two parts, containing
together by estimation 10a. Or. 24p.; the Yard, containing
by estimation la. Or. lOp. ; and which lands and heredita-
ments were formerly the estate of Robert Pigott, afterwards
of William Waller, afterwards of Thomas Lloyd, afterwards
of Thomas Borrow, and since of Sarah Palin,

T. , - £ s. d.

Brought forward - - 1,393

5. Lycett's tenancy under this charity

comprises 18a. 3r. 21 p. land, part of
Palin's farm (purchased as aforesaid),
3a. Or. 29p. land, part of the old
estate of this charity, formerly let
with Knighton Hall farm. The
22a. Or. lOp. land belonging to Adams*
Charity, is demised by a separate lease
to Thos. Lyoett for 21 years from
Michaelmas 1861, at a rent of - - 45

6. A public house called the *' Haber-

dashtrs' Arms" (formerly a cottage
and shop let to Hayward), and a
blacksmith's shop, and 9a. 2r. 23p.
land, let to Joseph Hajrward as a

« Jf^^^J^^^^ • - - 33 15

7. The woodrevc's cottage and 12a. Or. 6p.



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