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Benjamin Venn -

William Nobbs. subject
to a mortgage to 6th
West Kent Building



Robert Haines MUler -
William Harrison

Samuel Goss. bubject to
a mortgage to Tem-
perance Building
Society.

Henrich Wilhelm

Thiede.

William Harrison

Benjamhi Miller, sub-
ject to a mortgage to
William Morley.

Joseph Jury, subject
to a mortcnge to
National Freehold
Land Society.

Anthony Hartman



Robert D. Strong



Robert D. Strong

Henry Bridel, subject
to a mortgatge to
Hannah C. Russell
and another.

Henry Bridel, subject
to a mortgage to
Hannah C.
and another.

Harriet Burridge

Christopher Blake
Edwin Heniy Hone -

Henry Bridel, subject
to a mortgage to
Hannah C. Russell
and another.

William Morl^, subject
to a mortmge to
People's Building
Society.

Henry Bridel, subject
to a mortgage to
Hannah 0. BusseU
and another.



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Alfred James.

James Smith.

M. H. C. and M.

Rogers.
Mrs. Holmes.



James Phelps, Mrs.
Seaward.



Mrs. Hall.



6 Mrs.Noake.



Mrs.D.Vhulwick.



Alfred
R.

Alfrod
Mrs.



John Alfred

Hahies, George

Knight.
John

Haines,

Barber.
John

Haines,

Vanghan.
Mrs. white. Clerks'

War^ousemen's

Building Society.

Thomas Rennell,
Duchess of Kent
Building Society.

J. Potter. 6th West
Kent Building
Society.



Frederick Taylor.

C. W. Baldwin.
Mrs. Houlgate.

Mrs. Lawson. Tem-
perance Building
Society.



Mrs. Rowe.



National Fieehokl
liand Society.



Mrs. Monington.



People's BuUding
Society.



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OITY OP LONDON LITBBY COMPANIES COMMISSION:



to be placed in the said hospital in the room of

deceased, we met together on , and

after view and examination taken of the poor inhabi-
tants, that are by the founders' instiiaition capable of
places in the hospital, we have nominated these two



whose names are here under written. We know them
both to be of honest life, and persons in all points
qualified, according to the founders' institution, and
meet to receive that honourable relief and charity that
his Lordship provided for them, and therefore humbly



Bates of Leases.



20th Dec., 1876 -

19th July, 1877 -

19th July, 1877 •

SOth Dec 1876 •

20th Dec, 1876 -
aist June, 1878 -

14th March, 1878

14th March, 1878

21st June, 1878 •

Slfft Dec, 1877 -
11th Nov., 1870 -

29th Nov., 1870 -i

i

14th March, 1878

l4taMaroh,1878

12th Dec, 1871
12th Dec, 1871
17th June, 1875

11th Dec 1878
11th Dec, 1878
12th Oct., 1871
12th Oct.. 1871

14th July, 1871
14th July, 1871
12th Oct., 1871

2l8t Dec, 1877

6th ttne,1871

12th Dec, 1871
12th Oct., 1871
6th June, 1871

17th June, 1875
2l8t Dec 1877
21st Dec, 1877

6th March, 1877
4th March, 1878

12tti Oct., 1871 -
17th June, 1876 -
17th June, 1875 -
17th June 1875 -



Term.



90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.



90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.



90 years from Christ-
maa,1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1807.

90 jears from Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years fron^ Christ-
mas, 1867. ,



90 years from Christ-
maa, 1867.



90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.



90 years froxx) Christ-
mai,1867. '



90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas. 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.



90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.



90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.



00 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.



90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years fhmi Christ-
mas. 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.

00 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years finom Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years fW>m Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years f^om Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867. '

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867. I



90 years from Christ-
mas. 1867.

90 years firom Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.

00 yean fh>m Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.



90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years ttot^ Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.

90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.



Parcels Leased.



Nos. 1 to 4, Cambridge
Terrace, Bonfleld
Boad, Lewisham.

No. 7, Cambridge
Terrace. Bonfleld
Boad, Lewisham.

No. 8. Cambridge Ter-
race, Bonfleld Boad,
Lewisham.

No. 9, Cambridge Ter-
race, Bonfleld Boad,
Lewisham.

No. 10, Cambridge Ter-
race, Boufield Boad.

No. 1, Windsor Ter-
race, Bonfleld Boa<L



No. 2, Windsor Teiv
race, Bonfleld Boad.



No. 3, Windsor Ter-
race, Bonfleld Boad.



No. 4, Windsor Ter-
race, Bonfleld Boad.



The Yioarage, Claren-
don Boad.

No. 2, Clarendon
Villas. Clarendon
Boad.

Clarendon House,
Clarendon Boad«



No. 1. Banks Villa,
Clarendon Boad.



No. 2, Banks Villa.
Clarendon Boad.



Coppard House,

Clarendon Boad.

Bother House, Claren-
don Boad.

Chi4)el. Clarendon
Boad.



Pevensey Cottage,
Clarendon Boad.

C&rlton Villa, Claren-
don Boad.

Biohmond House,
Clarendon Boad.

Osborne House, Clar-
endon Boad.

Frampton House,
Clarendon Boad.

Bumham Villa,

Clarendon Boad.

No. 3. Clarendon Ter-
race, Clarendon
Boad.

No. 8, Clarendon Ter-
race, Clarendon
Boad.

Bose Nursery. CSaren-
donBoad.

Carlton Villa, Gilmore

Boad.
Norton Villa, Gilmore

Boad.
E^^ House, High



Miller House, High

Bead, Lee
No. 6, Gilmore Boad -

No. 6, Gilmore Boad -

No. 9, Gihnore Boad -
No. 11, Gilmore Boad

Nc 18, Gilmore Boad
No. 16, Gilmore Boad
No. 16. Gihnore Boad
No. 17, Gilmore Boad



Names of Lessees.



Heniy Bridel



James Moon



Alfred William Alexander Steer -
Smith.



In whom now vested.



Annual Bent.



Heniy Bridel, subject
to a mortgage to
Hannah C. Bussell
and another.

James Moon



Hannah Sidery



Thomas Hammer-
ton.
Philip Froud



Margaret Brennan



Charles Henry
Hewitt.



Henry 1 George
Wanen.



Bev. Thomas John

West.
Thomas George

Harris.

George Knight •
Edgar Banks

EdgarBanks -

Edgar Banks

John Samuel

Bendle.
George Augustus

Northover and

Henry William

HaU.
Dayid Kennard -

David and Biohard

Kennard.
Gilbwt Dunsmore

George Knight •

Haines Bowell -

William Webster

Frederick William
Lemon.

Charles Christo-
pher Higgin.

Abraham 'Ham-
mond and Na-
thaniel Nevard.

SelinaBurt

Henry Bridel
EdgarBanks



Bobert Haines

Miller.
Henry Charles

Dring.
James Scott Se-

queira and Maria

Bosina his wife.
Daniel Leeds

Charles Lorklug
Bosc



Frederick Bacon •
John Brown
John Brown
John Brown



Hannah Sideiy -

Thomas Hammerton •

Philip Frond, subject to
mortgage to Men of
Kent Lodge of Odd-
fellows.

Margaret Brennan, sub-
ject to mortgage to
Perpetual Investment
Buildinff Socie^.

Charles Henry Hewitt.
subject to mortgage
to 7l8t Star Bowkett
Building Socie^.

Henry George Warren,
subject to mortgage to
Men of Kent Lodge of
Oddfellows.

Bev. Thomas John
West.

Henry James Gardner -



George Knight, subject
to mortgage to Han-
nah C. Bussell and
another.

James W. S. Benjamin,
subject to mortgage
to City of London
Permanent Building
Society.

Frederick J. Warren,
subject to mortffage
to George Willittm
Munt.

Bobert H. Miller

John Samuel Bendle -

George A. Northover
and Henry William
HaU.

David Kennard -

EminaMorley -

Charlotte M. Cattenis •

Henry Hart Potts, sub-
ieot to mortgage to
Bobert Swayne.

Haines BoweU -

WUliam Webster

John James and Albert
Gait.

Charles Christopher
Higgin.

George Walkling, sub-
ject to mortgage to
Julius Smith.

Selina Burt

Bichard Wheeler and

wife.
Bobert H. Miller, sub-

Iect to a mortgage to
Planet Building

Society,
Bobert felines Miller -

Henry Charles Dring -

James Scott Sequeira,
and Maria Boeiiia his
wife

Daniel Leeds

Charles Lorking Boee,
subject to a mortgage
to Post Office Clerks
Building Society.

Frederick Bacon

Alfred B^ynolds

Josiah Pewtress -

James Isitt Jay, sub-
ject to mortgage to
John Henry Beed.



Column No. 7.



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6 10
6 10
6



Mr. Baskett, Mrs.
Kite. Mrs. Hor-
wood, F. Dray.

Mrs. Cordeiy.



A. W. Smith.



Men of Kent Lodge
ofOddfeUowsT^



Perpetual Invest-
ment Building
Society.

71st Starr Bowkett
Building Society.

Men of Kent Lodge
ofOddfeUowa.



Mrs. Thomas.



City of London
Permanent Build-
ing Society.



Mrs. Lock.
Miss Barton.



Mrs. Blandford.



George Fowler.
F. W. Lemon.



J. B. Morris.

Mrs. Longfaurst,
Planet Building
Society.



J. Dean.
Mrs. Paterson.

Mrs. Ellis.

Post Office Clerks*
Building Society.



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pray you to give present order that one of them may be

admitted into the place now void.

tNames of the two candidates with their ages.)
Signed by the vicar, churchwardens, overseers, and

three inhabitants of Shottesham.
In reply to the notice of my inquiry forwarded to



Shottesham parish, I have received the following letter

" Shottesham Rectory,
"Sib, March 11, 1861.

''In accordance with your request, I caused the
notice paper you sent us to be i^uedontiie church
door of each of the parishes of Shotesham yesterday.



D»tei ofLeaaes.


Hwm*


Paroela Leased.


Karnes of Leeseei.






OolinbnKo^7.


17th June. 1875-


90 yean from Christ-
mas, 1867.


2ro.l8,GilnuNrelUNid


John Brown


John Brown, subject to
a mortgage to Maiy
Ann Brock and others,
and further mortgage
U) Joshua Yardley.


6


E.J. Ross.


IMh Feb., 1878 -


90 years from Christ-


The Laurels, late Gil-


Richard Wood-


Richard Woodhouse


16


7th Mutual Inde-




mas, 1867.


more House.


house Perkins.


Perkins, subject to a
mortffage to Trustees
of7thllutual Inde.




p^dent Building






















pendent Building






6th May, 1872 •


90 years from Christ-


No.l.Aahfield ViUas,


Henry Bridel


Henry Bridel. suWect

' to a mortgage to Men

of Kent I^>%e of Odd-


8 10


John Moore. Men




mas, 1867.


Gilmore Road.






of Kent Lodge of
CMUUIbUows.










fellows.






eth May, 1872 •


90 years from Christ-


No. 2. Ashdeld Villas,


Heniy Bridel -


John Fitzgerald, sub-


8 10


Industrial Benefit




mas. 1867.


Gilmore Road.




ject to a mortgage to
Tnatees of Industrial
Benefit Building




Building Bocieiy.


17th June, 1876 -


90 years from Christ-
mas, 1867.


Nos.3and4,Ashfleld
Villas, GiUnore
Rood.


Heniy Bridel


Society.
Henry Bridel. subject
to a mortgage to
Hannah C. Russell
and another.


16 10


T. North.


17th June, 1876 -


90 years ftfom Christ-
mas, 1867.


No.6,AshfleldyiUM,
Gihnore Road.


Robert Butts -


Bdward MusgroYe


8


Thomas Wheeler.


17th June, 1876-


90 years flrom Christ-
mas. 1867.


No.6.A8hfleld VUlas.
Gilmore Road.




Edward M usgrove


8 10


Mrs. Hall.



The income derivable from the endowments of the
hospital having largely increased in the resnlt of the
sales of the London estate and the gradual development
of the hospital properties at Greenwich and other places
in its vicinity, the Company made an application to the
Chsu*ity Commissioners nnder their corporate seal in
the year 1876 for the establishment of a scheme to
provide for the regulation of the charity and the appli*
cation of its increased income.

The following scheme was accordingly established
under the authority of an order of the Board, dated
29th July, 1879:—

In the matter of the Charity known as the Hospital
of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, of the founda-
tion of Henry Howard, Earl of Northampton, in the
parish of (ireenwich, in the County of Kent ; and

In the matter of ** The Charitable Trusts Acts, 1863 to
1869."

Whereas an application in writing was made to the
Board of Charity Commissioners for England and Wales
on the 28th day of July 1876, in the matter of the
above mentioned Charily, under the Common Seal of
the warden and poor men of the above-mentioned
hospital, and by the direction testified by their concur-
rence in the said M>plication, of the Bight Honourable
BoundeU Bfuron Selborne, the master, and Philip
Blundell Biclmell, l^e renter warden of the Commonalty
of the Mystery of Mercers of the ci^ of London, the
trustees of the said hospital, and of Wilton Parker, the
warden of the said hospital :

And whereas the gross annual income arising from
the endowment of the said Charity amounts to 50{. or
upwards :

And whereas it is desirable that a scheme should be
established for the future regulation of the said Charity :

And whereas notice of the intention of the said boaj*d
to make an order for the foregoing objects has been
published by the affixing of the same, according to the
direction of the said board, to or near principsd outer
gates or doors, of Trinity Hospital aforesaid, and of the
parish church of St. Mary, Bungay, in the county of
Suffolk, on the 24th day of October 1878, in each case ;
of the vestry clerk's office, and of the parish ohuvoh
of St. Alpm^e at G-reenwioh, on the 25th dav of
October 1«78, in each case ; of the parish church of
Shottesham, in the county of Norfolk, on the 27th
day of October 1878; of the Hall of the Mercers'
Company in the city of London, on the 4th day of
November 1878 ; and of the parish church of Oagtle
Rising, in the said county of Norfolk, on the 14th
di^ of November 1878, and by advertisements in
" The Kentish Mercury," the " Ghreenwich and Deptford
Chronicle," the "Lynn Advertiser," and "Norfolk
Chronicle and Norwich Gbsette," newspapers on the



2nd and 9th days of November, 1878, in the *' Times "
newspaper on the 29th day of October, and 6th day of
November 1878, and in the " East Suffolk Gazette,"
newspaper on the 5th and 12th days of November 187^,
bein^ m each case more than one calendar montdi
previously to the date hereof:

And wherec^ no notice of any sufficient objection to the
said proposed order has been received by the said board :

Now the said board do hereby order that the scheme
set forth in the schedule hereto be, and the same is
hereby approved and established as the scheme for the
future regulation and management of ^e said Charity,
azid of the endowments thereof.

Schedule.

1. The Charity and the funds and endowments thereof Title,
shall continue to be manM[ed and administered under

the title of " The Earl of Northampton's Charitv," by
the wardens and commonalty of the Mvsterv of Mercers
of the city of London (heremafber c^Ied the tmstees),
86 the trustees thereof, subiect to and in conformity
with the provisions of this soneme.

2. The warden and poor men of the hospital of the Warden and
Chwrity at Greenvrich shall permit the trustees to JJJJ^^^
receive and take the annual and other rents, issueb, and raqnire-
profits of all the real estates vested in them, and firom £?J^'
time to time to manage and let the same, and to use,

order, and dispose of the goods and personal estate held
by them, in accordance with the provisions of this
seheme ; and for the purposes afSoresaid,the warden and
poor men of the hospital at Greenwich shall in their
corporate capaoitr^ make and execute all such deeds,
leases, and other instruments, and do and perform all
such acts, as the trustees dbiall require. ' Tne trustees
shall be at liberty to use the corporate name of the
said warden and poor men -for the purpose of bringing
or defending snon actions and other proceedings as the
trustees shall think fit, and shall be authorised to
institute or defend, the warden and poor men being
saved harmless and indemnified therein out of the
Charity estates. The common seal of the hospital shall
be kept h^ the clerk of the trustees. Subject as afore-
said, nothing in this scheme contuned shall afiect or
prejudice the powers of the warden and poor men, being
inmates of the hospital at Ghreenwich, to* do all such
acts as the warden and poor men of the said hospital
are empowered to do by the Letters Patent, dated the
5th day of June, in the ISth year of the reign of King
James the First, and by the statutes made in pursuance
of those Letters Patent.

3. All the estates and property of the Charily not Manige-
required to be retained or occupied for the purposes "*•"*•
thereof, shall be let by or under the direction of ihe
trustees for the best rents obtainable for the same,

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previous to divine service, but I have not received any
information to forward to you on the subject of the
notice. I have ventured to inclose a copy of the quali-



fication, which is always sent down with the notice of a
vacancy. It has been ever the custom to act on the
impression that the persons nominated must be legally



ExpeniM
of muiage-
mentand
ordinary



SSS^"



having regard to the stability of the tenant or lessee,
and also having regard to any covenant entwed into by
him for the improvement of the land. Public notice of
the intention of the trustees to let any land or other
property belonging to the Charity shall be given in
such manner as shall be considered to be nioet effectual
for giving full publicity to such intention, and no
tenancy shall be created in reversion or for more than
twenty-one years certain, or, save as hereinbefore po-
vided, for less than the improved rackrent value, with-
out the sanction of tlie Uharity Commissioners or a
competent court.

4. The cost of the ordinary maintenance and repair
of the buildings belonging to the Charitv (other than
those which may fVom time to time be in the occupation
of the trustees for the purposes of the Charity, and
those which are required to be kept in repair by the
lessees or tenants thereof), and the outgoings, charges
and expenses of and incidental to the management of
the estates and properties of the Charity, including the
salaries and remuneration of the officers necessary for
that purpose, shall be defrayed by the trustees in the
first instance out of the income of the Charity, provided
that the aggregate amount so to be expended shall not
in any one year exceed 5502., except with the assent of
the dharity Commissioners.

5. For the purpose of providing the requisite funds
for the extraordinary reparation and renewal of the
buildings and properties belonging to the Charity, the
trustees shall, as soon as practicable after the establish-
ment of this scheme, constitute and establish a
"reserve fiind/' and shall reserve a sum of 500/. out of
the accumulated surplus funds of the Charity, and
invest and accumulate the same in their names, or in
Uie names of four of their body, in 32. per cent, annui-
ties at compound interest to a separate account to be
entitled ** The Repairs and Improvement Fund,*' and
shall further yearly and every year reserve and set
apart out of the income of- the said Charity a sum of
1002., and shall invest and accumalate the same in like
manner in augmentation of the said fund until the same
shall amount to 2,0002. The said fund shall bo appli-
cable to the extraordinary structural repair of the houses
and property of the Chjarity, for the repair of which
provision is made by the last preceding clause of this
scheme. If and when the said sum of 2,0002. or any
part thereof shall be so applied, the same shall be again
made up in like manner to that amount.

6. The Charity shall, for the purposes of this scheme,
be divided into three branches, to be called respectively
*• The Hospital Branch," " The Pension Branch," and
'* The Residuary Branch."

7. The clear amount of the annual income of the
Charity shall be applied by the trustees, firstly, to the
purposes of the "Hospital Branch," secondly, to the
purposes of the *' Pension Branch," and the remainder
of the said income shall be applied to the purposes of the
*' Residuary Branch " in manner hereinafter mentioned.

Ths HoepUcd Brandi.

8. The hospital branch shall embrace the present
hospital buildings with the chapel, outbuildings, garden,
and appurtenances situate at Greenwich, and now used
and occupied for the purposes of the hospital, and also
the hospital to be established by the trustees, with the
sanction of the Commissioners, at Shottesham, in the
county of NoHblk, in manner hereinafter mentioned,
together with tiie outbuilding^, gardens, and appur-
tenances to be used and occupied therewith.

Iraoifoti of 9. The trustees shall, afi soon as conveniently may be
$22^JSjJ^; after the establishment of this scheme and with the
* sanction of the Commissioners, cause to be erected on a
convenient site in the parish of Shottesham in the
coimty of Norfolk, which shall have been conveyed to
them in fee simple for the purposes of the Charity, a
hospital building, comprising eight suitable and con-
vement residences, together with the necessary out-
buildings and offices, for the use and occupation of the
poor men to be elected, nominated, and appointed from
the parish of Shottesham, in maimer hereinafter men-
tioned. The trustees may also provide a suitable room
or hall in the said buildings, wnich shall be available
primarily for the conduct of the business of the trnst,
and, subject thereto, for the purposes of a parish reading
room, or for oilier public and parochial purposes to be



Difiskmof
diari^into
bnncM.



Applioation
of income.



approved by the nominators, appointed as hereinafter
mentioned, for the parish of Shottesham.

10. The costs of the said hospital and its site shall be prorisioD of
provided, with the sanction of the Commissioners, ^'^fV*^ *"**"
either out of the income or the capital funds of the ^
Charity, or by a loan to be raised by the trustees upon

the security of a sufficient part of the trust estates.

11. The hospital buildings at Greenwich and Shottes- Mainten-
ham, including the chapel at Greenwich and the JSSJ^
warden's residence there, and the other buildings con- hospital
nected with both the hospitals shall be maintained and buildiiigs.
kept in repair by the trustees, who shall also make such
provision for furnishing the same buildings as they have
nitherto been accustomed to make in respect of the
hospital at Greenwich.

12. From and after the erection and establishment of ^'^^^§LS?**
the hospital at Shottesham the hospital at Greenwich £gs tobe *
shall be reserved and appropriated for the residence of n»erved for
the poor men to be electea, nominated, and appointed ^wn^^****.
from time to time from the parish of Greenwich, in
manner hereinafter provided.

13. The full number of poor men shall be 28, of Nomber
whom 20 shall be inmates of the hospital at Greenwich Sm<2wo^
and eight shall be inmates of the hospital at Shottes- poor meo.
ham. The inmates of the respective hospitcJs shall be

poor men of good character who, as to the hospital at
Greenwich shall be widowers or unmarried, and shall
have resided in the parish of Greenwich for not less
than four years next preceding the date of their ap-
pointment, and as to the hospital at Shottesham, shall
nave similarly resided in that parish for not less than
four years next preceding the date of their appointment,
who shall not during that period have received poor
law relief (other than casual or occasional relief in case
of sudden sickness, calamity, or accident), and who, by
reason of age, ill health, accident, or infinnity, shall be
unable to maintain themselves by their own exertions.
Provided l^at for the period of ten years from the date
of the establishment of this scheme no person shall be
disqualified from becoming an inmate of the hospital
at Shottesham on the ground of the receipt of poor law
relief, but this exemption shall not extend to authorise
the continuance of the receipt of relief by an inmate of
that hospital.

14. The poor men shall be elected, nominated, and Nominatcra.
appointed m manner hereinafter mentioned. There

shall be a body of " nominators " for each of the parishes
of Greenwich and Shottesham. The nominators for the
parish of Greenwich shall be the vicar, churchwardens,
overseers of the poor, and the high constable of the
ancient parish of Greenwich for the time being, two of
the guardians of the poor elected for the parish of



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