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on a Saturday or Sunday, and then on tibe Monday
following.

23.
If any scholar shall be, in the jud^ent of the head
master, insubordinate, or grosslv misconduct himself,
or shall absent himself from school without leave or
cause satisfactory to the master, or shall remove to any
other school, or shall in the opinion of the head master
be found, after diligent pains and sufficient trial, not to
profit in learning, or shall prove so oormpt in principles
or manner that his example is or may become per-
nicious, the head master shall have power to suspend
such boy until the next meeting of the Visitors, who
shall then have power to expel him, and whose judg-
ment as to his having incurred the penalty of expulsion
shall be final.

24.
Public examinations of the scholars shall be held half-
yearly at or about Midsummer and Christmas, before
the Y isitors, by an examiner (who shall be a Master of
Arts of one of the Universities of Oxford or Cambridffe)
appointed for the purpose, and who shall report to me
Grovemors and to the V isitors as to such examinations
and as to the state of the school generally. At each of
these examinations honorary rewards may be conferred
by the Visitors on such bc^s as they may think most
deserving thereof. The scholars are also to be examined
half-yearly, at or about Lady Day and Michaelmas, by
the Lecturer, who shall make to j[he (Governors and the
Visitors reports of such examinations.



Such boys as are approved by the head master shall
have the free use of tne library, which shall be opened
at BQch hours dailv as he shall appoint. He is to take
care that all the library books are kept clean and care-
fully preserved, and that no book be lent out or removed
from the libraiy on any pretence whatsoever : he shall
. also once a quarter exanune the catalogue of the books,
and report to the Visitors any books thi3* may be missinff
firom the library. Donations of books to the school
library may be received, subject to the approbation of
the Visitors.

26.
A register shall be kept bv the head master of the
names and ages of the boys, the date of their admission
and discharge or departure from the school, and the
cause of sucn discharge or departure, with the name,
residence, jnrofession, or trade, of the parents or
guardians, with a column for remarks by tne Visitors
or masters ; and a copy of each quarter's entries (to be
made by the writing master, under the head master's
direction) shall be regularly sent by the head master to
the Governors.

27.
The school shall be divided into the upper or
classical school, and the lower or commercial school.

28.
In the classical school the subjects to be taught, in
addition to the reliffious instruction to be given under
the 21st clause, shall comprise the Ghreek and Latin
classics and composition, history, English composition,
natural philosophy, geography, common and physical,
writing, arithmetic, book-koeping and drawing, and

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saoh other snbjeoto, inolading the French and Oerman
lanffnages, as may be thonght advantageons by the
head master, the Yisitors, and the Goyemors. The
instmction in this school shall be given by the head
master, assisted by tlie third master.

29.

In the lower or commercial school, in addition to the
religions instmction to be given nnder the 21st clause,
instmction shall be given in English grammar and
composition, history, geography, common and physical,
the elements of physical science, mathematics, arith-
metic, book-keeping, writing, drawing, and the mdi-
ments of Latin to those scholars whose parents may
require it, with sach other subjects as may be approved
by the head master, the Visitors, and the Governors,
subject to the general superintendence of the head
master. The instruction in this school will be given
by the second and third masters. Writing, arithmetic,
and book-keeping are to be taught by the writing
master to the whole of the scholars in both schools.

30.
The present and future scholars shall be admitted
into either school as their parents may desire.

The E^Mbitiom.

31.
The exhibitions shall be open only to scholars at the
time of election actually in the school, and who shall
have been admitted according to the preceding regula-
tions, and shall have been bond fide in the school for at
least three consecutive years immediately preceding the
election (occasions of temporary absence, which the
Visitors shall have allowed, excepted;.

32.
Upon a vacancy occurring and being duly notified to
the Visitors by the head master, they shall with all
reasonable speed make such arrangement as they may
consider advisable for making it known in the school,
and for fixing and conducting the examination. The
election shall take place at one of the regular half-
yearly meetings in the month of June or December,
after the public examination. The Visitors shall choose
such candidate or (if there shall be more than one
vacancy, such) candidates as they, with the assistance
of the examiner, may deem most deserving, and forth-
with report the name, age, and period of education in
the school of such candidate or candidates to the
Governors, for their confirmation, and at the same time
transmit them an accurate list of the candidates
admitted to the examination, with the like particulars
as to their respective ages and periods of education in
the school. The elections are in all cases to be subject
to confirmation by the Governors.

33.
The payment of the exhibitions will commence from
the date of the scholar's actual residence at college.
The period of holding them is in no case tp exceed four
years from the time of the scholar entering college.
They will cease upon his taHn^ his degree of Bachelor
of .^jts, and may at any time be suspended or entirely
withdrawn, in case of the misbehaviour of the holder at
college, or for any other cause which the Governors in
their absolute discretion shall deem sufficient.

Tlie Examiner,
34.
The examiner shall be a Master of Arts of one of the
Universities of Oxford or Cambridge, appointed for that
purpose from time to time by the Governors. It shall
be the duty of the examiner to examine the scholars
half-yearly at Midsummer and Christmas, and to make
a detailed written report thereof, and of their proficiency,
to the Visitors and the Governors.

The Masters,

35.

There shall be a head master, second and third

masters, and a writing master, all of whom shall be

elected to their offices by the Governors whenever

vacancies occur.

36,
AH the masters shall be elected on probation only,
and shall remain upon trial in the school for six calendar



months, at the expiration of which period the Vufitors
or the major part of them, for the time beingi shall
report to the Governors their opinion of the charactw
and abilities of the master so elected, and the Governors
shall thereupon either confirm or annul such election
at their discretion.

37.
None of the masters shall on any pretence be allowed
to take boarders or pay boys, or any fee or gratuity,
either annually or otherwise, from the parents or ^e
scholars.



The head and second masters shall, in additicm to
their stipends, be entitied to the occupation, rent free,
of the dwelling-houses and buildings now appropriated
to the present head and second masters respectively;
and shaU, at theii* own charges, repair the dwelling-
houses and buildings appropriated to them respectively,
as specified in the section relating to the Lecturer, and
shall give such security as the Governors may require
for so doing and for delivering up the premises on
ceasing to hold office.

39.
The head and second masters shall at all times be
resident, and thev, as well as all other masters, shall be
constantly attendant upon their duties ; and if eithw of
them shall be absent, except during the holidays, or
unless the cause of absence shall be sanctioned by the
Visitors or Governors of the school, then the Governors
may, at their pleasure, remove and displace him, and
appoint another master in his place j and on no occasion
shall two masters be absent at the same timej and if
either of the masters shall in the opinion of the Governors
be incompetent, insufficient, or otherwise unfit for his
duties, or of immoral life or conversation, or negligent
m the exercises of religion, or shall, without the
Governors' permission, take any other charge or be

E referred to any other employment or living, or shall
reak or infringe any of these statutes— of all which
matters the Governors shall be the sole judges— then
the Governors may remove and displace the master so
ofiending, and appoint another in his stead.

The Visitors.
40.
The Governors shall appoint 12 gentlemen, residing
within 25 miles of the school-house, to be Visitors of
the school, and shall appoint one of such Visitors to be
chairman, and shall, from time to time, fill up wiy
vacancies in the number which shidi arise from death
or resignationy or from ceasing to reside within the
specified distance. It shall be tiie duty of the Visitors
to visit the school fbur times a year for general business ;
but the chairman or any three Visitors may call a special
meeting when occasion may requii^.

41,
The Visitors shall report to the Gk>vemors quarterly,
or oftener if they shall think proper, the state of the
school, the proficiency of the scholars, and the efficient
disclmrge of their duties by the masters and Lecturer.
The Visitors shall be at liberty, if any doubt arise on
these Begulations, to explain the same.

42.
The absence of any Visitor from the meetings for
12 months shall be considered a resignation of his
appointment, and the Governors may proceed to appoint
another. Nevertheless the same gentieman may bo
reappointed on the recommendation of the Visitors, who
shall notify each case of vacancy to the G^ovemors.'



To the Master, "Wardens, and Court of Assistants of
the Worshipful Company of Haberdasher?.

Gentubmbn,

I have the honour most respectfully of informing
you that this school was closed on the 22nd December
1852, and was re-opened January 5th, 1863, and that I
have admitted one boy in obedience to your order.
The present number of scholars is 40.
I am, Gentiemec,

Your obedient Servant,
Thomas Bbablafgh.



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487



HABERDASHERS' COMPANY.



To one year's rent to Lady

Day 1881
To one year's diTidends on

ftmded property to Mid-

sammer 1881
To retnm of property tax on

stock - • .



Charitable Accountb.



No. I.

Adam's Newpobt Ohakitt, Salop.

AccounT for the year ending the 81st December 1881.



Gross Inoome
£ 8. d.


Received.
£ s. d.


1,586


2


4


1,621 16


4,


313





6


310


8


5


9


8


5 9


8


1.904 12


6


1.837 6


8



1881. £ ^, a.

Dee. 31, To amount of Receipts brought

forward . • - 1,837 6 8



1,837 6 8



f To balance in favour brought down 362 13 3
„ balance against carried down • 170 3 10



632 17 1



Paymmle,

By Rev. D. Mountfield, Minister of Newport,
for catechising the parish children
3 quarters to Michaelmas
„ Rev. Dr. Saxton, 3/4's retiring pension

to Michaelmas - , .

„ 4 almspeople, 3/4's pay to Chrisfanas .
„ W. E. Baddeley, 1 year's exhibition to

Michaelmas
„ gifts to 20 poor of the 0<mipany
„ stationerv ...

„ rates and labour in the woods, &o.
„ deputation and rent audit expenses
„ Jane Hall, fee-farm rent, 1 year
„ fire insurance ...
„ drainage at Knighton Hall farm
„ J. F. Cobb, surveyor, 1/2 year's salary

to Midsummer • - •

„ Jas. Hartley, woodreeve, 3/4's salary to

Michaelmas • - ' .

„ the clerk, 1 years' salary to Michael

mas - • . .

„ the accountant, 1 years' salary to

Michaelmas
„ the beadle and porter
„ the postage and petty expenses



£ s. d.

75

71 5

78

22 10

76
8 2

23 16 6
30 19 4

5 8

11 6 9

89 4 1

32 10

80

66

5

3

19



.1. XT ^ «. , 614 13 5

„ tne JNewport Schools managers on

account of income • • 860



1,474 13 6



1881. £ 8. d.

December 31. By amount of payments

brought forward - . 1,474 13 6
f» „ By balance in favour of the

Charity on the year's
account carried down - 362 13 3



1,837 6 8



„ By balance against the
Charity brought from
last year. . - 632 17 1



17 1



„ By balance against brought

down - . . 170 3 10

Blouf]}. Bttrkxll, Master.
J. Haiolxon TowNENi), Clerk.



Aldsbsbt^s Chakity.

AccouHT for the year ending 25th liTovember 1881.

^^^ts. P<iymerU8.



To tithe rentcharge to Christinas 1880
„ dividend on Si. per cent. Consolidated
Annuities ....



£ 8. d.

3 6 8 By 7 poor of the Haberdashers' Company,

IL each - : . .

4 8 10 „ 1 year's land tax on Ridley tithes to

Christmas 1879 .



7 16 6



Blompd. BujiKSLL, Master.
J. Hamilxo» Townbtd, Clerk.



£ 8. d.
7
15 6
7 15 6



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CITY OF LONDON LIVEBV COMPANIES COMMISSION :

Asnold's Chakity, London.



Becdpts. PaymenU.

£ s.d. £ •' d.

To dividends on 3Z. per cent. Consolidated By 20 poor of the Haberdashers' Company,

Annuities - - - . 26 2 ll. 6^. each - - - 26

„ postage 2



2



26 2



Blomfd. Burnell, Master.
J. Hamilton Townbnd, Clerk.



Baitkb's Chasitt, London.



BeoeipU,

Gross Income.



FoAfmenU,



To yearly rents of property
,, one year's dividend on

stock - - -

„ return of property tax

on stock, 2 years to

January 1881



£ s. d.
106



Received.

£ 8, d.
102 9 9



1,767 8 4 1,713 9 8
41 8 4 41 8 4



1,903 16 8 1,867 7 9



1880.
November 26. To balance left in the Be-
oeiver's hands



38 6



1881.



Less



June 1st. Margaret Lowes (Banke's

relation), a grant - £10
July 21st. Deborah Morgan (Banke's

relation), a gr&nt • 16



November 26. Add Balance of this year's
account •

Total balance left in Beceiver's hands
on the 26th November 1881 -



26





13 6
1 10



^0


14 16






•The Minister of Staining Lane Chapel, 1

year's stipend to Midsummer
The clerk and sexton of do. do.
10 liverymen of the Haberdashers'

Company, lOZ. each 1 year
10 freemen at BL each 1 veal'
20 freemen's widows at Si. each 1 year
10 inhabitants of St. Benet, Faurs Wharf

at 6Z. each 1 year
10 inhabitants of St. Saviour's, Southwark,

at 21, lOa, each 1 year
10 inhabitants of Battersea at 21, 108.
70 pensioners in lieu of dinners 3^. 6d. each
The beadles of the 3 parishes IO9. each
Annuities to Mr. Banke's relations -
Annual sums to do. apprentice

fees, marriage portions &o.
The clerk, 1 years salary to Michaelmas
The reoeiver do. „

The assistant clerk do. to Midsummer
The beadle do. „

The porter do. „

The minister and deacons of Jewry Street

Chapel, 1 year's annuity
Postage and receipt stamps for pensions
Expenses of the Irust for the year -



£ 8. d.

2
10

100

60

100

60

26

26

12 6

1 10

266 10 10



200

20

30

6

7

6



12

13 2

402 17 2



1,806 16 2



1881. £ 8. d,

Nov. 26. To amount of receipts brought

forward - • - 1,857 7 9

Le98
" l^lance on the year left in the Beceiver's

hands Jl 10



1,866 17 9
By amount of payments for the year
brought forward - - - 1,305 16 2



•660 1 7



* Surplui paid to the Haberdaahen' Company pursuant to the Founder*! Will.

Blomfd. Bubnsll, Master.
J. Hamilton Towubnd, Clerk.



Sib G. Babnb's Chabitt, London.



Beoeipt,



To 1 year's dividend on 21. per cent
Consolidated Annuities « • .



£ 8. d,
4



Fa/yment.



By 4 poor of the Haberdashers* Company,
12. each .....



£ 8. d,

4



Blomvd. Bubnbll, Master.
J. Hamilton Townsnd, Clerk.



T. Babnb's Chabitt, London.



Beceipi.



To yearly rentcharge



£ 8. d.
64



54



Paymeni8.



By pensions to 4 freemen of the Haber<

dashers' Company, SI, each -
,. do. 4 freemen's widows, 21, 108. each
.,y 12 poor of the Company, IL each



Blomh). Bubnbll, Master.
J. Hamilton Townbnd, Clerk.



£ 8. d.



• 32

- 10

12







54






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489



Babbrs'b Ohabut, Middlesex, Hebtvobdshibb.
Beoevpt Paymenii.

£ $. d. . , £ 8. d.

To 1 year's diTidend on ntook' • • . 3 6 8 By poor of the parish of Islewortlx, 1 year

to Lady Day 1881 - . - 1 13 4

M poor of the parish of Totteridge, Herts,

1 year to Lady Day 1881 - - 1 13 4



Receipt.
To 1 year's dividend on stock



BeeeipL



To yearly rentcharge



3 6 8



Bjlohfd. Buknsll, Master.
J. Hamilton Towhbnd, Olerk.



Bshsktn's CHAsnT, Loin>oir.

£ 8. d.

B
8 Orgar



Pojfmeni.
By the poor of the parish of St. Martin,



Bloiod. Bubnbll, Master.
J. Hamilton Towmasm, Olerk.



Blvndell's Chabitt, London.
£ 8. d.



2



3 6 8



£ 8. d.
8



P(vyment.

£ 8, d.

By debtors in l^ewgate, 1 year's annnilnr to
Christmas 1880 (under Prison Chanties
Scheme) - - . -200

Blomid. Bubnell, Master.
J. Hamilton Townend, Clerk.



Boddinoton and Bottlteb's Chabitt, London.

Receipt Paymewte,

Gross Income Received. £ « . j.

By gifts to 20 poor of the Haberdashers'

£ 8. d, £ 8, d. Company at 17*. 6d. each - - 17 10

To yearly rent - - 20 19 10 „ surveyor, 1 year's salary . . 2 2

„ balance against carried down .-020



19 12



4 8 2



To balance in favour brought down



4 6 2



Blomid. BmuiBLL, Master.
J. Hamilton Townend, Olerk.



19 12



To balance in favour brought from last year 4 8 2 By balance brought down . - 2

„ balance m favour of Chanty carried

down - - • • -462



4 8 2-



Bond's Chabttt, London.



Receipts.



Gross Income. Received.



To one year's rent
„ insurance (repayable by
tenant) . - -

„ dividends on stock
„ return of property tax on
stock



£ 8. d.

390

1 11 9

66 11 7

3 1

460 3 5



To balance in fovour brought down



To balance in favour brought down



AUM6.



£ 8. d.
390

1 11 9
63 18 10

3 1



458 10


8


. 36 6


9


36 6


9


. 13 11


8



Payments.



By pensions to the poor of the Haber-
dashers' Company ...

,, grants and gifts to poor

„ an apprentice fee ...

,, clothing to 8 poor men and 8 poor
widows of the Company - . .

„ insurance

„ surveyor, 1 year's salary ...

„ charge for management



balance in favour of the Charity on the
year's account carried down



,, balance against the Charity brought

from last year (1880) -
,, balance in favour carried down



£ 8. d.



251








76








10








70


4


4


1 11


9


2


2





13


6 10



423 3 11
! 36 6 9


468 10


8


21 16
13 11


1
8


36 6


9



Blomid. Bubisll, Master.
J. Hamilton Townbvd, Clerk.

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Bowoheb's Ohabut, Lohbobt*



BeeoipL
To one yearns dividend on stock



Payment,
£ 8. d. £ g^ ^

2 By gifte to2poor of theCompany, ILeadi* 2 o

Blomfd. Bubn£LL, Master.
J. Hamilton Townbnd, Clerk.



Beceipt
To 1 year's dividend on stock



Bbahlet's Chahtty, Londoh.

Payments.
£ 8, d, £ g^ ^

5 By poor of the parish of St. Bartholomew
by the Exchange, 1 year's annnity to
I^ady Day - - . - 2 10

„ poor of the parish of St. Margaret, Loth-

bury, 1 year's annnity to Lady Day - 2 10



5



5



BlOMPD. BlTRNELL, Msfitor.

J. Hamilton Townend, Clerk.



EeceipL
To one year's dividend on stock



Buckland's Chakity, London, Middlesex.



£ 8. d. £ 8. I

6 By gifts to 4 poor of the Company, IL each - 4
„ parish of Bt. Michael-le-Qneme, 1 y^ur's

annnitjr - - . . i q

„ pari^ of Shepperton, Middlesex, 1 year's

annnity - • - - -100



6



6



Blomid. Bubnell, Master.
J. Hamilton Townend, Olerk.



To one year's dividend on stock



Ladt Bubghley's Chabity, Hebtfobdshibe.

Becelpt, Payment.

£ 8. d. £ 8. d.

By the parish of Cheshnnt, 1 year's annnity
- 10 to Lady Day - - - 10



Blomfd. Bubnell, Master.
J. Hamilton Townend, Clerk.



Caldwell's Chabity, London and Stapfobdshibe.

Receipt Payments,

£ 8. d, £ 8, d.

To 1 year's dividend on stock - - - 2 19 8 By the parish of St. Martin, Ludgate, 1 year's

aminity to Ladv Day - - 16 4

„ the parish of Rolleston, Staffs - - 2 3 4



2 19 8



2 19 8



Blomfd. Bubnell, Master.
J. Hamilton Townend, Olerk.



Bec&ipt
To one year's dividend on stock



Cabpenteb's Chabitt, London.
£ 8, d



Payment.



12



By 20 poor of the Haberdashers' Company,
12«. each - - . .



£ 8. d.
12



Blomfd. Bubnell, Master.
J. Hamilton Townend, Clerk.



Eeceipt.
To one year's dividend on stock



Clabke's Charity, London.

Paym>ent8»
£ 8. d. £ 8. d.

- 20 By H. B. Cox, 1 year's exhibition to Mid-

summer - - - . -10 00

„ N. C. Hardcastle, do. - - - 10







20



Blomfd. Bubnell, Master.
J. Hamilton Townend, Olerk.



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AC50OUNT8. — HABEBDASHEES' COMPANY.
T. CLBiLVB'8 Ohabitt, London.
£ 8, d.



PaymmU,



By gifts to 2 poor of the Haberdashers' Com-
2 pany, 11, each . - • -



491



£ 8. d.
2



Blomvd. Bubnsix, Master.
J. Hamilton TowirBND» Clerk.



W. Olbavb's Ohaeitt, London.



Be6eipt8,



Gross locome. Received.



To



£ 8. d.
one year's rent - - 455

insurance (repaid by tenant) 3 10
dividends on stock - - 8 12

interest on 200Z. - - 10

property tax on stock re-

tnmed - - - 7 9

property tax on rents re-
tamed - - -994



486 19 1

Balance against on the year's acoonnt

carried down - - • -



To balance in favour brought from last
year . - - -



To balance in favour brought down



£ 8.

444 11

3 10

8 7

10



7

9




7 9



FaymenU,

By pensions to widows of liverymen and
freemen of the Company
„ educational grant - - - -

„ grants to poor . - -

„ insurance - - • - -

„ clerk, 1 year's salary
,, surveyor do. . . -

„ charge for management



£ 8. d.



515





3





35





3 10





5





1 16





UU


4



9 9


4


476 6 5
101 10 11


577 17


4


294 18


4


294 18


4


193 7


6



By balance against brought down
„ balance in favour carried down -



577 17 4

- 101 10 11

- 193 7 5

294 18 4



Blompd. Bubnell, Master.
J. Hamilton Townend, Clerk.



Beeeipt
To one year's dividend on stock



Culverwell's Chaeity, London.

P€uyment8,
£ 8, d. £ 8. d.

10 By Rev. W. J. Josling, 1 year's exhibition

to Michaelmas - - - 5

„ Rev. G. B. Tatum, do. - - 6



10



10



Blompd. Buenbll, Master.
J. Hamilton Townend, Clerk.



Beeeipt.
To one year's dividend on stock



Fbbeman's Chabity, Hhrtpokdshibe.

£ 8. d,



Paymeni.

£ 8. d.
By the poor of the parish of Aspenden,
5 Hertfordshire . - - - 5



Blomid. Bubnell, Master.
J. Hamilton Townend, Clerk.



Febnch's Chabitt, London.



Beeeipt.
To one year's dividend on stock



Pa/ument.
£ 8. d.
2 10 By gifts to 2 poor of the Company



£ 8, d.
2 10



Blompd. Bubnell, Master.
J. Hamilton Townend, Clerk.



Beceijpt.
To one year's dividend on stock



Gale's Chabitt, London.
£ 8. d.



Pa/imeni.

£ 8. d.
By the pariith of St. €^rge, Botolph Lane,
10 1 year's annuity to Lady Day • 10



Blompd. Bubnell, Master.
J. Hamxlton Townbnd, Clerk.



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GITY OF LONDON LIVERY COMPANIES COMMI6SION *.

Qeb&asd's Ohibiit, Loxmov.



Beeeift



£ 8, d.



Payments.



1 1 8 By the parish of St. Sepulchre, 1 year to
Laay Day ....

, St. James's, Clerkenwell, ditto



118



1881.
Nov. 26. By balance against the Charity
brought forward

Blomid. Busnsll, Master.
J. 'EAxnaov Towhehd, Cleik.



£ 8, d.

15

6 8




Beeeipt
To 1 year's. diyidend on stock



Goubnat'8 Ohabctt, Lokdok.



£ 8. d.
15



16



PoAfmenU.



By A. H. Tod, 1 year's exhibition to

Christmas, 1880 ...

„ Christ's Hospital, 1 year's annuity to

Christmas, 1880 ...

„ Gifts to 5 poor of the Company



£ t. d.

5

5

5

15



Beceipt,
To one year's dividend on stock



Blomfd. Bubhbll, Master.
J. Haioltok Townend, Olerk.



Hall's Chabitt, Londok.



PaymetU.
£ 8. d, £ t. d.

2 By gifts, 2 poor of the Company, IZ. each 2



Blouvd. Buknell, Master.
J. Hamilton Townend, Clerk.



Receipts.



Torentoharge -

„ one year's dividend on

1,591L lOtf. Si., 3 per cent.

Consols ...
„ ditto on 1252. 5«. Id,, 3 per

cent. Consols



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