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1873.


1873.


1874.


1875.


1876.


Men.

1 black-blue suit of cloth (made np) -

Cotton for shirts ....*.

1 black silk neckerohief . . . - ^

1 pair of boots ... - •

2 pairs of stockings . . - . »


A s. d.
2 16
4 8
4 6
7
4 4
5 9


£ s. d.
2 16
4 8,
4 6
7
4 4
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A s. d.
2 16
4 8
4 6
7
4 4
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A s. d.
8 2 6
4 8.
4 6
9 3
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8 9


A s. d.
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4 8
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8 9


Allowed towards making shirts . . . r
1 pair gloves 4 . - - - •


4 2 8

3 6


4 2 8

2 6.


4 2 3
2 6*


4 14 5
1 5


4 14 5
1 5




4 4 9


4 4 9


4 4 9


4 15 10


4 15 10


Women.

Merino for gown, . . - . -
Serge for petticoat . . • - .
Flannel to petticoat .....
linen for smock ^ - ...
Shawl '

1 pair of boots «• - - .

2 pairs of stockings - - I .

1 bonnet- »• - - - . -


12 10
5 10
5 2
4 8
11 9
5 6
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4 6


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5 10
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6 4
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1 pair gloves r - - ; *


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6 6


2 13 4
6 6


2 18 4

6 6*


3 2 5
1 2


3 2 5
1 8




2 19 10


2 19 10


2 19 10


3 3 7


3 3 7



Mkx. — In 1875 a great coat of the value of 3d«. Bd. was exoeptionaUj given to the men, and a waterproof cloak of the value
of 18«. 6<l. to the women, in addition to the regular suits of dotlung.— -O. B.
* In 1875 the money donation was increased to a sovereign andthe allowanoe for making np the clothes merged theron.



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APPENDIX D,



TRUSTS AND GBNBBAL SUPBRINTENDENOB
COMMITTEB, 24 July 1877.

Middlsmobe's anb Lute's Chasities,

Besolyed that the clerk be directed and anthorised to
fnnuBh It/tr, Inspector Skirrow with any eyidence or
information he may require on the subject of his in-
aniry, and that the Court be requested to sanction a
liberal settlement of ^e claims of Lute's Gharity.

" Beceiyed and adopted "by the Ck>urt of 1st August

The Committee proceeding further to consider the
new scheme to be propounded to the Charity Com-
missioners in the matter of Middlemore's and Lute's
Clothing Trusts in pursuance of the reference of court
to that effect, beg leaye to submit the following heads
of new scheme accordingly, and recommend the same
for adoption by the court, yiz. : —

In the matter of John Lute's Charity Trust founded by

will dated 12th May 1585 ;
In the matter of Samuel Middlemore's Charity Trust

founded by will dated the 22nd October 1628 ; and
In the matter of John Middlemore's Charity Trust

founded by will dated the 22nd June 1647.

Drc^ Scheme for the Ma/nagement of ihe above ChartHes.

1. The income of Middlemore's and Lute's Charity
Trusts shall be receiyed by the Clothworkers' Company
of the city of London, and shall be applied by them in
manner herein-after proyided, that is to say : —

2. The diyidends arising from 1,5002. Consols standing
in ihe name of the Official Trustees of Charitable Funds
in trust for Samuel and John Middlemore's Charities,
or the produce thereof inyested in land by and with the
authority of the Charity Commissioners, shall be spent
and applied in proyiding clothing and fulfilling the
seyeral other directions of the will of Samuel Middle-
more, dated 22nd October 1628, so far as the endowment
admits thereof, and with ^wer for the Comi>any to
yary the seyeral antique articles of apparel specified in
the said will of Samuel Middlemore, m fayour of other
and modernised articles of apparel, and proyided that
the whole of the produce of the charity endowment,
less 6L reseryed for John Middlemore s Charity, be
spent in and about the charitable and other trusts
declared in l^e said will of Samuel Middlemore.

8. The sum of 52. arising from the said sum of 1,500/.
Consols shall be applied in paying Be. apiece to the 20
recipients of Samuel Middlemore's Charity, pursuant
to ^e will of John Middlemore, citizen and clothworker,
dated 22nd June 1647.

4. The diyidends arising firom 2. Consols standing
in the name of "the Official Trustees of Charitable
Funds " in trust for John Lute's Charity shall be spent
and applied in proyiding clothing for 12 poor men and
women, itod fumllin^ the seyeral other directions of the
will of John Lute, citizen and clothworker, dated 12th
May 1^5, concerning the said poor men and women



and their attendance at church, and the sermon to be
preached on the feast of St. Luke annually so far as the
endowment admits thereof, and with power for the
Company to yary the seyeral antique articles of apparel
specifiea in ^e said will of Jolm Lute, in fayour of
other and modernised articles of apparel, proyided that
the whole of the produce of the charity endowment be
spent in and about the charitable and other trusts
declared in the said will of John Lute.

5. The charities of Samuel and John Middlemore
shall be distributed on the feast of St. Luke annually
or within seyen days thereafter, at the same time as
John Lute's Chari^in the church of St. Michael,
Comhill and St. Clement, Eastcheap, in alternate
years, but without prejudice to the claims of the bene-
ficiaries entitled to the seyeral annual paymento indi-
cated in the wills of Samuel Middlemore and John
Lute respectiyely, so that one sermon only shall be
preached on the occasion of the distribution of Middle-
more's and Lute's Chaorities annuaUy.

6. The Clothworkers' Company shall haye power and
discretion in nominating the recipients of Miadlemore's
and Lute's Clothing Charities, to substitute such other
poor aged men and women dwelling near or within the
city of London or wiidiin the limite of the Metropoliten
Parliamentary boroughs or postal area, elsewhere than
within the parish of St. Clement near Eastoheap, or
St. Michael upon Comhill, preference being obseryed
in fayour of such descrying aged men and women as
may haye been resident or employed for a period of
seyen ^ears and upwards within the limite of either of
the said parishes and likewise to nominate and substi-
tute any decayed or poor aged men and women who
may haye been resident or employed within the limite
of the Metropolitan Parliamentary boroughs or postal
area for a period of seyen years and upwards at the
discretion of the master, wardens, and court of assistante
irrespectiye of the qualification of their being neces-
sarily freemen or freewomen of the said Clothworkers'
Company.

7. The Clothworkers' Company shall haye power and
discretion to substitute a money distribution in lieu of
the gifts of clothing or other apparel or coals mentioned
in the will of Samuel Middlemore and John Lute, pro-
yided that the totel produce of the charity endowments
in each case be made applicable to the relief of the
charity recipiente, exclusiye of the seyeral sums payable
to the seyeral officials concerned in the administration
of the charily under the said will.

8. The charities of Samuel and John Middlemore
and John Lute shall hereafter be distributed together
on one anniyersary day, and not on two separate anni-
yersaries as heretofore.

Besolyed further, that Middlemore's and Lute's Charity
recipiente be summoned to attend St Michael's, Com-
hill, on St. Luke's day next ensuing (1877) and that the
rector and churchwardens of St. Clement's, Easteheap,
be adyised of the change.

Beceiyed and adopted by the Court of 1st August
1877.

_ Owen Bobebts,

Clerk to the Company,



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CITT or LONDON LIVERT COMPANIES COMMISSION:



CLOTHWORKERS' COMPANY.

CHARITABLE ACCOUNTS.

HITCHINS' CHARITY.

Statbmikt op Accounts, 1881,



Dr.



THE HITCHINS» FOUNDATION.



Abbtbacx of GovEKiroRS* Accounts for Ybas ending 81 rt
Deoemher 1881.

Awmai Income Receivable,

Houftc let on lease for more than 21 years, pro-
portion of gross rental.



£ «. d.
328 9 9



ReceipUfor Year ending ^\$i iMcember 18S1.

£ «. </.
Proportion of rents for the year received in re- *82S 9 9

spect of this Foundation.
Balance at commencement of account • - 448



771 9 9



•This is part of a larger sum. and the figures represent the portion
applicable to this Foundation.

PAROCHIAL BRANCH.

Abbtkact of Manaobrs' Accounts for the year ending 81st
December 1881.



From Endowment "



Receipts.



Receired from Goremors

Balance at commencement of account



Total -



£ 3, d,

96

192







Cr.



& 9, d,

8 9 9



ExpentCM.
Charges on the Foundation-
Sermon on St. Stephen's day, and for the ex-
penses incidental thereto (joide Sec. 1 of
Scheme).
Payments to Managers of Parochial Branch - 96 o
Payments for educational purposes in accord- 100 o

ance with the Company's regulations.
Payments to Exhibitioners - - - 40

Balance in hand at close of account - - 582



771 9 9

(Signed) Owbn Roberts,

Clerk to the aothworkers' Company
29 March 1882.



Expenses,
Management of business —

Ledger, cash book, letter book, and cheque
book. ^

For children in Lady Eleanor Holies'
School : —

Gifts in books, &c. - . 2 10

Expenditure on clothing - 133 4 135 14



£ s. d.
4 16



« . ' ^ Total

Balance m hand at close of account -

Total



- 140 10

- 147 10

- 288



(Signed) Alfkbd Child,

Master of the Clothworkers'
Company.
Arthur Farnav,
J. G. Whallbt,

Senior Wardens of the Clothwoikers'
Company.

C/OBNSLIUS GiLLXTT,
W. C. PiARSOK,

Churchwardens of St. Giles withoat
Oipplegate, aty of London.
(Signed) Owbk Bobxkts,

Clerk to the BCanagen.

99 March 1882.



1881
Dec



Samubl Aaron's Charitt.



81. To oneyear's gift, as directed, to poor, vis. :—

HeninOompany's (Heath's) AJmshoosei (Ac*

count 75) •••••.
Wwnen in Company's (Kent's) Atanshouses

(Account 7Ba)



e 9.d.

10

2

12



1S81



DecSl. By interest paid to Trust



£ s.d
12 f



12 f



(Signed) OwiB Bobbrts^'

Olerk to the CtoChworken' Oompaoy. f



John Batworth's CJharitt.



1881.
Mar. 26. To Christ's Hospital - . . .
, churchwardens of Fambam, Buney -



£ s, d.
10
18 4
2
10



Sept. SO. n n »

n S. Ctabriel. Fenchnrch Btieet • • 1

Dec. SI. n poor of Oompanj {vide Ckithworken' Pension

Account No. 74)- • . • - 340
M poor of Company on St Thomas' Bre (Ac-
count v3) 21 19 4

866 12 8



1881.



Dec 81. By one year's rent from J. and J. Innes



(Siirmd) OwBir Robbrts,
Clerk to the CloChworkem'



£ s. d.
966 IS S



966 12 8



Company.



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626



ClOTHWORKBRS' COMPANY'— eofif filled.

Petbb Blundell'8 Chabitt.



Dr.

1881.



To Bridewell Hospital . . • •

M wurdenfl of the Oompftny pnmuuit to wOI

(9^ Aoconnt 78> 8t. Thomas' Eve) *



£ «. d.
8



8 7



6 7



1881*

July 5. By one year's dividend on 661. 18f. 40. in hands ol

the Official Trustees of Charitable Ponds >

» interest on 671^ residue left of Blnndell's Be*

quest after purchase of the Priday Street

premises for the ....



Cr.

£ 9. d.
SCO



8 7
6 7



(Signed) OwBV Robbbts,

Cleric to the Clothworkers* Company.



BI0H4BD Botlbston's Chabitt.



1881.



1881.
Deo. sL To amount paid to M recipients of Lambe's Cloth-
ing, visL^—

]|ar.26,eaoh*l«. • - -£140

June 24b M *• - - -14

Decta^ » H • • - 1 4



£ s. (i.



8 18



1881.
Dec 31. By interest paid to Trust



£ #. d,

818



8 18



(Signed) Owbb Robbbts,

Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.



1881.
Mar 86 *)

and >To lecturer, Bnrton-on-Trent Qon property tax)
8ept.8«.J



Tbomas Botumtob's Chabitt,
£ s. d.

88



1888.
Dec 81, By one year's rentohaige



£ 9, d,

98



(Signed) CwBV Robbbts,

Clerk to the Clothworkers* Company.



John Bbtglb's CJhabitt,

Nora.— Sam of 1801. Consols transferred to the OiBcial Trustees of (Jharitable Funds, by whom the dividends on that sum are remitted direct to
the parish of Allhallows the Great.

Signed) OwBB Robbbts,

Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.



Babbaba Bubbbll's Chabitt.



1881.



Sept. 80. To Stanmore Magna parish • • • •
Dec 86. M Exhibition at Cxfbrd {oid0 Bxhibition Ao-
ooant76)



£ $. d.

7



6
18



1881.
Dec 89. By one year's rentoharge



£ s. <f.
18



18



(Signed) CwBV Robbbtb,

Cleric to the Clothworkers* Company.



1881.
June 84. To St. Michael's, Crooked Lane
Sept. 80. M Stanmore Magna parish -



John Bubnbll's Chabitt*



£ s. d.

8 18
16

8 18



1881.
Dec 3L By Clothworkers' Company (100^)



£ A <i.

8 18



818



FIdtf scheme for applying the Loan Trust capital for the benefit of edacation in connexion with the Trusts for carrying on the North London
Collegiate and Camden Schools for Girls and tne erection of new school buildings, comprising a principal hall, to be called the '* Clothworkers'
Hall," submitted by the Charity Commissioners (on the motion of the Company) to the Committee of Council on Education 13 July 1877, and
approved by Her Mi^iesty in Council 86 March 1878 ; but the Company continue to pc^ the interest of such Lmu Trust capital so fiar as the sum
was applicable to charitable uses out of their own corporate funds.

(Signed) Gwbb Robbbts,

Cleric to the Clothworkers' Company.



Thomas Bubnbll's Chabitt.



1881.
Mar. 86.
Sept. 80.



To AllhaUows, Barichig
M Stanmore Magna •



£ «. d.

8 18

6 8

8



1881.
DecSl. By interest paid to Trust



£ ». d
8







Cleric to the Clothworkers' Company.



1881.
Dec 81. To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve (Ac-
count 78)



Fbancis Bubton's Chabitt.
£ $, d.

10



1881. £ s.

Dec SI. By interest paid to Trust from Company's corpo-
rate funds on 801. - . . . •

(Signed) GwBV Robbbts,

Cleric to the Clothworkers* Company.



Philip Chhistian's Tbust.



1881.
Dec. 81.



To one year's pension to eight poor freemen of the
Company, at 121. per annum each - . •
"^ ^^^ ofllcers on St. Thomas'



"Eve (#«* Account 78)
, Peel School, Isle of Man



£


8,


d.


96








44

280










480









1881.
June84. By half-year's rent ($, 9, 10^ LoveU's Court)

Dec 86. MM MM



£ #. d.

210
210



480



NOTB.— The Company spent 83001. 189. 9d, in rebuilding and fitting the school at Peel, of which 13867. ISs. 7d. was from aooumulated balance
and 1,074J. 6*. 2d. fromthe Company's own ftmds.

(SigOBd)^ OWBB ROBBBTB,

Clerk to the Clothworkers* Company.



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CITY OF LONDON LIVERY C03IPANIES COMMISSION;



Dr.
1881.
Sept. To vicar of Hitohin (less property tax)



Ci^OTHWORKBRS* CoMPANY — Continued,

Oliver Clxymond's Charitt.

£ 8. d. 1* 1881.

6 13 4 Sept. 29. By one year's rentcharge



NoTB.— The gif I of 1/. to the parish of AUballows, Staining, was re-
deemed SI Dec. 1875 by transfer of 607. Consols to the Official Trustees of
Charitable Funds.



Or.
e 9, d.

6 13 4



(Signed) Owen Aobebtb,

Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company,



George Cornell's Charitt.



1881.

Jan. 1. To balance brought forward - - - -

June 24. h half-year's blind pensions to six blind persons

atlO^.

Deo. 26 „ half-year's blind pensions to six blind persons
atlO^.



N.B.— No charge for management



£

96


1


d,

8


SO








80








158


1


8



1881.
Deo. 25. By one year's rent of premises at West Hackney
„ 81. „ balance carried forward - - - -



£ 9. d,

79
79 1 8



158 1 8



(Signed) Owbn Roberts,

Clerk to the Clotbworkers' Company.



Thomas Dixon's Charitt.



1881. £ 9. d.

Jan.1. To balance brought forward - - - - 86 4 2
„ poor of Company imde Poor Clotbworkers'

Pension Account 74) - - - • 280
„ amount charged to f uud for the general relief

and welfare of poor clotbworkers - - 64 16 6

4S1 8



1881.
Nov. 30.



Dec. 25.



By one year's rent to Michaelmas 1881 of New
Cross estate, net amount received fh)m
Christ's Hospital* ....

„ one year's rent of premises at West Hackney -



£ 9. d.



828 10 8
102 10



481 8



*NoTE.— The rents are receive 1 by Christ's Hospital, and are accounted
for up to Michaelmas annually.

(Signed) Owen Roberts,

Clerk to the Clotbworkers' Company.



William Edwakdb' Charitt.



1881. £ 9, d,

Dec 31. To poor on Company of St Thomas' Bve ( Aoooont

78) 5



1881.
Deo. 81. By interest paid to Trust on 1001.



(Signed)



Owek Bobbrts,

Clerk to the Olothworkers' Company.



Thomasins Evans* Charitt.



1881.
Mar. 86.



To St Mary Abchurch ...

„ St. Katherine Coleman . . -

„ T. Evans, clothing— *^

Amount to be spent in clothing eight poor i

women in cUiemata years, in accordance i

withwUl. (Clothing, 1888) - -J



£ 9. d.

12
12

18


1881.
Jan. 5.

July 5.


86





£ 9. d.

By half-year's dividend on 1,2002. Three per

Cent Consols, O.T.C.P.*
M half-year's dividend on 1,200/. Three per

Cent Consols, O.T.C.F. - - - 18



18







86 •



(Signed) Owxir Bobbrtb,

Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.



1881.



Dec 8L To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve (Ac-
count 78) ......



BiOHARD Farrinoton's Charitt,
£ 9, d, 1881.



8



Dec 81. By interest paid to Trust on 602. -



£ 9. d.
S



(Signed)



OwBK Roberts,

Clerk to the Olothworkers* Company.



James Finoh's Charitt.



1881. £ «. d.

Sept. 29. To Lecturer, Whittington College (lest property

tax) -10 10



1881. £ 9, d.

July 6. By one year's dividend on 8502. Three per Cent.

Consols 10 10



(Signed) OvfEif Roberts,

Clerk to the Olothworkers' Oompaoy.



1881.



Nov.l. To parish of AUballows the Great -
Dec 26. „ » Somerscales, Skipton, Yorkshire



William Fraihcland's Charitt.

1881.



£ 9. d.

10
8



4



M 9. d.



Jan. 5. By half-year's dividend on 1882. 6«. 8<2., Three per

Cent Consols, O.T.C.P. - - . 2

July 5. „ half-year's dividend on 1832. 6ff. 8d. 8 per Cent.

Consols, O.T.C.F. • • . . 8

4

(Signed) Owbk Roberts,

Clerk to the Olothworkers' Comp^aj,



Edward Grboort's Chabitt.



1881.
Dec 23. To Lucy Heasman, a poor blind woman



£ 9. d.
4



188L £ «. d.

Sept 29. By one'year's rentcharge (Cowlesfleld, Wilts) • 4



(Signed)



Owen Roberts,

Clerk to the Olothworkers* Company.



* Official Trustees of Charitable Funds.



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627



Clothworkers' Company — continued*



John Heath's Clothino Chabitt.



Dr.

1881.

Dec.*81. To Exhibitions (Account No. 76), two at 60«. each
M clothing 10 men and 16 women



NoTB.— The Ck>mpany having increased all the Exhibitions in their
Gift to 30Z., charge themselves with the additional til. lOs. each. ,

The Company expended 164/. ISa, upon the clothing of the poor men I
and women, charging the surplus, 1092. 18«., to their own corporate |
account.



£ ». d.

6

45


1881.
Dec. 51.


60





By rentoharge out of Hennand's Investment



<8igned)



Cr.
£ #. d.

60

60



OwBK Roberts,

Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.



1881.
Dec. 81. To Almshouse Account (76)



John Heath's (Men's Almshouses) CJhakitt.
£ », d.



• 268 16 9



1881
Dec 31.



By proportion of one year's rent out of Hen-
nand's Investment • •



£ s, d.
268 15



(Signed)



OWBN BOBERTB,

Clerk to the (Hothworkers' Company.



Elizabeth Hbathek's Charity.



1881.

Dec. 8. To six poor widows of decayed housekeepers, 10/.
each - - - -

M Advertising Gift

„ Printing



N.B.— No charge for management.



£ s, d,

60
1 4 10
3 10


1881.
Jan. 5.

April 5.

July 6.




Oct. 5.




Dec. 31.


64 6 7









By



(Signed)



£ 8.


d.


18 2


3


9 10


8


18 2


3


9 10


8


9


9


64 6


7



OWBK BoBBRTS,

Clerk to the Clothworkers' Ck)mpany.



William Heron's Charity.



1881.
Dec. 81. To law expenses
„ Herons heir



„ Clerkenwell Poor Gift
Surplus

w Church Gift -

Surplus

„ Highways Gift

femrplus

„ St. Sepulchre's Poor Gift -
Surplus

„ Church Gift

Surplus

„ St. Peter's College Gift -
Surplus

„ Union College Gift'-
Surplus

„ Clothworkers' Company -



£ 9, d.
4
68 16 11



10
172




2



4


8
137 13 10


4
68 16 11


10
172



2




4


6
86



1



2


6
86




1



2



£

7
6


9.




d,




72 16 11


182


2


4


146 18 10


72 16 11


183


2


4


91


1


2



91 1 2
268 18 4

1,113 13



1881. £ 9. d,

Dec. 31. By one year's rent of premises at West Hackney 1,118 18



1,113 13



William Hsweb's Charity.



1881. £ 9. d.

Dec. 81. To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve (Account

73) - 6



1881.
Dec. 31. By interest paid to Trust on 100/.



£ ». d.
6



William Hewett's Charity.



1881. ^ «• <'•

8ept.80. To St Thomas' Hospital - - • -600

„ Christ's Hospital 6

„ St. Bartholomew's Hospital • - • - 6

„ Exhibition at Cambridge (ei€{0 Account 76) -600

20



Notb.— The Company having increased all the Exhibitions in their
Gift to 80/. charge themselves with the 26/. additional.



1881. £ 9, d,

Dec. 81. By rentchargo issuing out of routs reneivable under

T.Honnand's Investment - • 20



20



John Heydon's Charity.



1881.
Mar. 26. The Mercers'iCTompany



£9. d.
3 6 8



1881. £ 9. d,

Dec. 31. By Clothworkers' Company (100/. Loan Trust - 3 6 8



Robert and Catherine Hilson's Charity



1881.
Sept. 20. To poor of Stanmore Magna

Vide scheme for applying these Loan Trusts.
A 14546.



£ 8. d.
16 8



1881. £ 9. d,

Dec 81. By Clothworkers' Compviy (100/. Loan Trust) -16 8

Donations for the benefit of education {vide note on Account 8).

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BOBBBT HiTOHIKS' FOUNDATION.



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1881.



Dec. 20. To sermon, Ac. (vide scheme) ...

„ 81. » parochial branch - - . - -

M amount carried towards the edaoation of the

Hons and daughters of freemen and women of

the Olothworkers* Company ...

., payments to exhibitions ....

„ Mianoe in hand for elementanr schools' exhibi-

bitions in course of payment - - -



£ 9. d,

8 9 »




96



100
40












771 9 9



N.B.— No charge for management.
NoTB.— Fid^ scheme for applyii^ for the advancement of education,
the endowment of the above-mentioned charity* approved by the Charity
Commissioners, 16 Dec. 1879.



1881.
Jan. 1.
Dec 31.



By balance brought forward •
„ proportion of one year's rent paid out of those
received under Hennand's Investment



Cr.

t $. d.

448

S23 9 9



771 9 •



John Hobby's Charity.



1881.
Jan. 26. To amount paid to Mr. Gtoorge Russell. Borstal
Parm, Plumstead, being a moiety of marsh
rato in lieu of Walsoott. made 16 Sept. 1880
at 2tf. 6<i. in the £ on 216^.

£ «. cf.



Aug. 2.



Dec. 31.



amount of law expenses relating

to building afn-eement with

M. W. Woodford, of property

at Woolwich - - - 56 16 6

Less received ftrom Mr. Wood.

fbrd - - - . 36



rocoupment account re Plumstead Purchase
{vide letter from Charity Commissiouers,
16 March 1880)

Clothing Gift
Surplus -



£ e. d. £ «. d.
. 60
- 275 6 6

336 5 6



„ Christ's Hospital Gift • 60

Surplus - - - 276 6 6

„ Hobby's (Prisons) Appro-
priation Gift - - 60
Surplus - - - 229 7 10



335 6 6



279 7 10



£ 8, d.



18 10



20 15 6



25



949 18 10
1.009 4 4



N.B.— No charge for management.



1881.
Oct. 5.



Dec. 25.



£ «. d.

By one year's dividend on Ij&aol. 7s, WJ. Met. Si

per Cent, O.T.C.F. - - - - 67 17 4

„ one year's rent of property at Woolwich, Plum-

stoad, and Watford - - - - 796 10

„ one year's ground rent of premises at West



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