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Hackney ... - 146 17 o



1,00» 4 4



1881.
Jan.l.
Dec 26.



Margabet Hollioravb's Charity.



To balance brought forward

„ St.Botolph.Aldgato . . . .

„ St. Mary, Aldermary ....

n Poultry and Giltspur Street Compters, Lud*
gate and Newgate Prisons ...
poor dothworkers' pensionsJAooount 74)
master and wardens on St. Thomas' Eve



N.B.— No charge for management.



£ 9. d.

81 10 8
10
10



1

320

1



405 10 8



1881.
Dec. 25.



By one year's rent from B. A. BiddcU
„ » .. of premises at West Hackney •

„ balance carried forward



£ $. d,

863 8 9

4 10

87 1611



406 10 S



Thomas Hussky's Charity.

1881. £ 9. d. \ 1881. £ 9. d,

Dec. 81. Topoorof Company and officers on St. Thomas' Eve 7 6 Dec. 31. By rentcharge paid out of T. Hennand's Invest-



I



ment



7 5



Alexander Iybbib's Charity.
Vide Scheme for applying these Loan Trusts' Donations for the benefit of education {vide note on Account 8).



Margaret, Countess of Kent's Charity.



1881.



Dec. 31. To Kent's almshouses (Account 76a*)



£ 9. d.
225 10 10



> 10 10



* Non.— It will be seen on reference to 76 Account that the cost of the
almshouses during the year was 480^. 3«. Sd.



1881.
Jan. 6. By half-year's dividend on 600^. Three per Cent.

Consols. O.T.C.F. ...• -
July 6. „ hslf-year's dividend on 600^. Three per Cent.

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

Dec. 25. „ one year's rent ....



a f. d.

9

9
207 10 10

225 10 10



William Lambe's Charity.



1881.
Mar. 26.



To Stationers' Company (less property tax)

„ St. John's College, Oxford, Lambe s Scholar-

ship, one year > - - - .

„ expense attending the gift of shoes and

blankets to 12 men and 12 women (vide

Lambe's Chapel and Estate Act, 1872) .

rt Lambe's Islington Church ...



£ 9.
6 13



80



29
300



415 15 4



N.B.— There are Hundry charges which the Company voluntarily place
against their own corporate funds in connexion with the parish of St.
James. Islington, amounting in 1881 to 484/. 45. M.



1881. £ t. d.

Dec. 31. By one year's rentcharge on premises in Wood

Street Square ... - - 415 16 4



415 15 4



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ACCOUNTS.— OLOTHWORKEBS' COMPANY.



629



Dr.

1881.
l>cc. 31.



Olothworkbrs' Company — continued,
William Lahbe's (Almshouse) Charity.



To amonnfe bequeathed towards ^ostentation
ofahnspeople - - . .



£ 8. d,
6



NoTB.— The Company expended 962. Is. 9d. in pensions to poor alms-
people, repairs. &o., charging the surplus expenditure, 002 . Is. Od., to
their own corporate account.



1881.
Dec 81.



By dividend on 200^ Three per Cent. Consols (one
year), O.T.C.F. - - - .



Cr.
e s.d.

6



William Lambe's (Grammar School) ChiARiTY.



1881.
Dec. 81.



To headmaster and usher -



£ s. d.
65



55



NoTB.— The Company's expenses attending the schools, including
head master's salary, usher's salary, scholarships, rates, taxes, rcpairB,
insurances, rent of playground, &c., amounting to 1,0042. IZs. 6a., the
surplus, MOJ. 18s. 6d., being charged against their own corporate
account.

The head master's salary made up to 2432. instead of 202., original rentcharge now represented as above.
The usher's salary made up to 1212. lOs. instead of 102., original rentcharge now represented as above.



1881.
Jan. 5.



By half-year's dividend on 1,0002. Consols, O.T.C.F.
„ one year's rent of premises at Sutton Valence



£


s.


d.


15








40








65









William Lambe's Visitation Charitt.



1881.



Dec 31. To amount bequeathed for visitation



£ s. d.



11



Note.— The amount actiially expended in and about the visitation of
the school in July was 1882. 2s. lOd., the surplus, 1772. 2s. lOd., was
charged against the corporate account of the Company. The examina-
tion IS conducted by the Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examination
Board.



1881. £ s.d.

Dec. 31. By dividend (half-year) on 2002. Throe per

Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F - - 3

„ one year's rent of premises at Sutton

Valence • - 8



£ s. d.



11



Samuel Lesb'b Charitt.



1881.
Jan. 1.
Mar. 25.

July 30.



Dec 31.



To balance brought forward • -

„ St. Andrew, Holbom - - . -

£ s. d.
„ Chaplain for sermon - - 2 2

„ Expenses attending anniversary, as

per will 1 13

„ Poor clothworkers' pension (Account 74)
„ officers of the Company on St. Thomas' Eve
(Account 73)



£ s.d.

882 9 8

2



3 15
141



15
538 9 8



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



N.B.— No charge for management.
Vide scheme for applying the Loan Trust Donations for the benefit of education. ( Vids Note Account 8.)



£ s. d.
220 16
312 14 8



633 9 8



1881.
Dec. 31.



1881.
Oct.



John Lute^s Charity.



To expenses attending the clothing of 12 men
and 12 women, including gift of 21s. to each
recipient - - - - - . -

„ amount carried to account rs Lute's and Mid-
dlemore's new scheme, dated 21 Jan. 1878 -



£ s. d.



106 12 3
24 15 9



138 8



1881.
Jan. 5.
July 5.
Dec. 26.



By half-year's dividend on 1,3962. 14*. 10<2. Consols

n *> •« ,•

„ one year's rent of premises at West Hackney



Samubl Middlbmore's Charity.



To clothing 10 men and 10 women^ in-
cluding gifts of 21s. to each recipient,
say - - - - -

„ charfres that have arisen in busmess
„ preacher- . - - -

„ parish clerk and sexton
„ Junior wardens of the Company
„ derk and beadle

n poor of St. Clement's, Bastcheap



£ s. d.



£ s. d.



33
1 10
18

5

1



- on 8



37
3



40



Note.— The sum of 1102. Is. Id. was actuall;^ expended in clothing, &c,,
including 402. above, and 62. from John Middlemore's will (Account 41).
The Company made up the deficit, 652. Is. Id., out of the corporate
ftmds.



1881.
Dec 31. By dividends on Tliree per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.



£ s.
20 19
20 19
01 10


d.





133 8





£ s.
40


d.




40



John Middlkmore's Charity

1881. £ s.d. I 1881.

Oct. 18. To recipients of 8. Middlemore's clothing (Ac-
count 40) - - ... 6



£ s. d.
Dec 31. By dividend on Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F. - 6



Thomas Newnam's Charity.



1881. ^ *• ^'
Dec. 31. To law expenses as taxed by the Charity Commis-
sioners - 173 14 10

„ one year's pensions to 17 blind men and 17 bund

women at 102. per annum . - - 340
„ amount of expenses in connexion with the pur-
chase of fr^hold ground rent at Hammer-
smith ISt 8 y

665 8 6



1881. £ s. d

Jan.]. By balance brought forward - • • - 121 4 6

May 2. „ pensions returned to Trust • - - 5

July 6. M one year's dividend on 9,0002. Three per Cent.

Consols 270

Deo. 26. „ half-year's rent of premises at Hammersmith 191 5

„ 31. n balance carried forward - - - - 77 14



665 3 6



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630



Dr.
1881.
H«r. 25. To Bartholomew Exchange -
June 24. „ Bridewell Hospital
Sept. 20. » St. Bartholomew's Hospital
„ Christ's Hospital •



CITY OP LONDON LIVERY COMPANIES COMMISSION:

Clothworkers' Company— cow/wtierf.
Thomas Ormston's Charity.



£ s.d.

3

2

2

2

9



1881. £^' .

July 6. By dividend on 800/. Three per Cent. Consols.

O.T.C.P. -



9



John Osmothbrlaw's Charity.



1881. •

Dec 81. TopoorofCompany on St. Thomas* Eve •



£ #. d. I 1881. £ t A

g 10 g thPoui^tiieO.T»C.F. - . . - 2 10 2



Lady Anne Packinoton'b Charity.



188L



Dec. 81 . To St Dunstan's West, 4/16th8
"■ ~ )lpl "•



£ tf. d,
.^««.^«.™„- „««,,,*«-», - - - 267

n St. Botolph, Alderssiate, 8A6tha - - • 6U

n Clothworkers' Company, 4/16th8, in considera-
tion of their pains and trouble in and about
the execution of the Trust, and the Expenses
incidentally attending the management of
the estate - • - - • - 267

1,028



1881. ^ , ^

Deo. 81. By one year's rent of property at Islington - 1,028 6 o



ym



Lady Annb Packington's 2nd Ch4rity.



Transferred to the Account of the Official Trustees of Charitable Punds at the Bank of England on 17th November 1886. (Sas H^tam rn^

Year ended Slst December 1886.) «ow*ru iw



1881.



Dec. SI. To poor of Company on St. Thomas* Day •



Sir William Pbakb's Charity.

£ 8,d, \ 1881. jg , J

ti I Dec. 81. By rentcharge received under Hennand's Investment 6



1881. £ 9. d.

Dec. 3L To poor of Company on St. Thomas* Eve (Account

78) 10



William Pbnnoybr's Charity.

1881.



Dec 81. By one year's rentcharge for Christ's Ho^ital



10



Edward Pilsworth's Charity.



1881



Sept. 29. To parish of Shitlmgton

n Exhibition, Magdalen College, Oxford •



£ 8. d.
12 14
6



17 14



Note.— The Company having increased all the Exhibitions in their
gift to 30^, charge themselves with the 26^. additional.



1881.
Dec. 31. By one year's dividend on 69W. 3 Three per Cent.
Consols, O.T.C.F. - - . - .



17 4
1714



Sir John Robinson's Charity.



1881. £ 8. d,

Dec. 31. To women in Kent's almshouses (m0 Account 76a) 12



1881
Dec 81. By rentcharge received under Heunand's Invest-
ment • •-....



£ $.d.
12



John Roobrs* Charity.



1881



Dec. 31. To poor of Company on St Thomas' Eve



£ 8. d.



1881



£ i,d.



81 10 6 I Dec 21. By one year's rent of premises at West Hackney 81 10 6



Richard Stapbr's Charity.



1881. £ 8. d, \ 1881. £ g.d,

Dec 31. To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve - 6 I Dec. 31. By rentcharge under T. Hennand's Investment - 6



Jambs Stoddart's Charity.



1881. £ t, d.

Dec.SL To St Martin, Ironmonger Lane - - - •2 10

„ St Clave, Jewry - ' - • - - 1 10



4



1881



Dec 81. By Clothworkers' Company (1007. Loan Trust)



Vide scheme for applying these Loan Trust Donations for the benefit of education (m0 note on Account 8).



1881. £ 8. d,

Deo. 81. To one year's pensions to blind persons, 102 at 10^

each 1.020



WiLLLiM TnWAYTBS' ChARITY.

1881



ijm



£ i,d.
4



4



£ t,d,

^^^^^y^,um,Au,x,,l.,^J,M!. - • . - o87 16

Dec 81. H amount charged against the corporate account* 432 6

1,020



July 6. By one year's dividend on 10.6812. 16t.0tf. Time per

Cent Consols, O.T.C.F. - • . - 687 16



1881.

Dec 31. To six poor women 6

N.B.— The Company paid 102. to each of the six poor women, charging
the extra 642. to their own corporate aoooont.



Sir Thomas Trevor's Charity.

£ 8. d.



1881. £ «. <2.

Dec 81. By rentohaiffe received under Hennand's Invest-
ment - • . - 600



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631



CitOTHWORKSRs' COMPANY — Continued,



Dr.

1881
Mar.SS. To ChrisVs Hospital



Jambs Trussell's Charitt.



, 8t. Faith's parish -
M parson -
, „ clerk and sexton



£ 8,d.

- 3

- 10
• 6



Deo. SI.



, poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve (Aocotmt
78)



St Bride's



£ i.d.
5



3 15
8 8



17 3
3 6



KoTS.— 108^ 6t. 8<l. was transferred 8 June 1877 to the St. Bride's Pa-
rochial Charities Fund, and the dividends thereon paid direct hy the
Official Trustees of Charitable Funds.



1881«
Julys.



By one year's dividend on 5717. ISt. 4d. Consols,



O.T.(



Cr.
£ $.d.



- 17 3



17
8



8
6



John Watson's Charitt.



1881.
Bee 26.



To St Maiy, Aldermary . . . .

M casual relief, comprising donations of 32. to poor
flreemen and freiBwomen, and in special cases
of U. and \Qi.\ also for funerals 67. and 107. voted
by the court



£ s.d,
10


1881.
Dec 26.




Dec'a.


310




341





By one year's rent of premises, Friday Street
H » •* West Hackney

„ amount chmed to Fund for the General
Relief and Welfare of poor Clothworkers



£ 9,d.

140

154

• 47



341



1881.



John Wbbb's Charitt.



£ 9.d.
30 7 6



Dec 81. To W. Jackson and Co. for blankets distributed •
„ clothing 22 men and 22 women, including gift
of 21«. to each recipient refreshment to
lively, sermon, and poor of St Mary at Hill 288 6 4
M poor freemen in Heath^s almshouses • • 465 1

t, poor fireewomen in Kent's „ • - 886 10 2

( Vide Almshouse Account 76a.)



1,074 4 1



1881. £ 9. d.

Feb. 11. By half-year's dividend from New River Company 522 9
Aug. 12. n ., H n 622 3 4



N.B.— No charge for management.



Sir Godfrbt Webster's Charitt.



1881.



Dec. 31. To artisan clothworkers (20 gifts at 21t. each)



By interest paid to Trust on 7007.



1,074 4 1



£ 9, d.

21



John and Frances West's Charitt (Artisan Clothworken).



1881.
Dec SL Topoor of Company on St Thomas' Bve (Account



£ 9.d.
68 4 3



4 8



1881.
Cot 10. By one year's fee-f^mn rent, manor of



£ «. d



9
lesslandtaz 1 16



one year's fee-fann rent, Michael

Creech 17 7 1

leas land tax and poundage 4 6 10

one year's rent of premises at West
Hackney -. - ••



£ 9,d.



7 4




John and Frances West's CHARmr, No. 1.



1881. £ 9, d,

Dec 28. To one year's pensions to Christmas to blind at
Newbury, Beading, London, &c., at 61. per
annum - - • - • -28000

« 31. M balance carried to Fund for the General Be-
lief and Welfkre of the Blind - - - 84 3 2



814 3 2



1881. £ $.d,

£ $, d.
Mar. 26. By one year's rent of premises in Comhill

and Lombard Street - - - 6 10 8

Less land tax 10

— 4 19 8

Dec. 21. „ pension returned to Trust - - - - 6

» 26. „ one year's rent of premises at Hammersmith • 282 3 6

u m » WestHaokn^ - 22

814 S 2



John and Frances West's Charitt, No. 2.



1881. £ 9,d.

Dec 26. To one year's pensions to 70 blind persons, at 5^.

per annum 85000



360



N.B.^No charge for management



1881. £ M. d.

Jan. 2. By pension returned to Trust • • - • 2 10 o

„ one year's rent of premises in Old Street • 276

» *. M WestHaokn^ • 19 6

„ balance charged to Trust for the Qeneral Bielief

and Welfare of the Blind - - - 68 6

860



188L £ 9,d.

Dec 26. To one year's pensions to 82 blind persons, at 61.

per annum each • - - • - 410
„ bsMnce carried to Fund for the General Belief

andWeUsreoftheBUnd - - - 126 3

686 8



John and Frances West's Charitt, No. 8

1881.



£ 9. d,
Oct 27. By pensions returned to Trust • - • 8 10

Dec. 25. „ one year's rent of premises at West Hackney • 688 18



686 8



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CITY OF LONDON tlVERY COMPANIES COMMISSION :



Dr.
1881.

£ 8.(L
Sept. 29. To Earl Somen, one year's quitrent on a

tenement in the Poultry - - 10

Acquittance 8



Clothworkbbs' Company — continued.
John and Fbances West's Charity, No. 4.



Dec. 25. „ one year's pensions to Christmas to 78 blind

persons, at 6Z. per annum each - - •

„ balance carried to Fund for General Belief and

Welfare of the Blind - - - -



e s. d.

10 8

390

31 12 7

422 3 3



May 2. By pension returned to Trust
Oct. 27. „ n .. , . • ., -

Dec. 25. ., one year's rents as in A«»unt 1866
„ at West Hackney



Cr.
£i. d.

2 10

2 10

362 IS S

S4 10



422 3 3



1881.



Fkanoes West's Charity, No. 5.



June 17. To apprentice free rtf Mary Jane Stanley -
„ one year's pensions, 96 blind persona at U.
„ Fund for General Eellef and Welfare of the

Blind -

„ balance carried forward - - - -



N.B.— No charge for management.



£ t. d

21

480

244 10 10
61 14 9



807 14 7



1881.
Jan. 1.
Mar. 2.

Dec. 31.



By balance brought forward . . .

„ pension returned to Trust ' ' ,'

£ ». d,

„ one year's rent of premises at Lud-

gate Hill and Cannon Street - 700
„ one year's rent of premises at West

Hwjkney - - - - 78 10



£ 9. d.

24 4 7
5



— 778 10

807 14 7



1831.



Frances West's Charity, No. 6.



Dec. 20. To one year's'pension to blind inhabitants of New

bury, Reading, Twickenham, and London, 34

at 5^. per annum . - - -

M amount carried to Fund for the General Belief

and WeMare of the Blind



£ 8. d.

170 p

18

183



1881.

i Jan. 6. By pension returned to Trust

I Oct 27 »» . • •

i Dec.' 25.' r. one year's rent of premises at West Hackney •



£ 8. d.

2 10

2 10

178



183



N.B.— No charge for management.



1881.



Frances West's Charity, No. 7.



X901. __ -

Dec. 25. To pensions to poor blind persons at Henley

„ amount carried to Fund for the (Senerai Belief



and Welfare of the Blind

N.B.— No charge for management.



50 d Dec. 25. By one year's rent of premises at West Hackney
16 ,



66



John West's Charity, No. 8.



1881.

Jan. 1. To amount brought forward
Dec 31. „ Heading school



£ 8. d.

234 18

66 11 1



301 9 1



N.B.— No charge for management.



1881. ^ *• '^v

Sept. 29. By one year's fee-farm rent - - f f 9*

less land tax and poundage 1 6 6t

Dec. 26. „ one year's rent of premises at West Hackn^ -
„ balance carried forward - - - -



£ 8. d.
06



66



£ 8. d.



5 2 S

73

223 6 10

301 9 1



Roger Wilcox's Charity.
Vide scheme for applying these Loan Trusts Donations for the benefit of education. {See note, Account 81.)



1881.
July ii. To amount payable to poor freemen
Deo. 6. Crown rents . - - -



George Neale Driver's Charity.



£ 8. d.
10
3



10 8



1881. „ „ ,

June 24. By one year's rent— T. Serle

„ „ „ T. Jackson

„ Glothworkers* Company -



£ «. d.

4 14 2

5 8 8



£ »,A,



10 2 6
7

10 8



188L



Elizabeth Love's Charity.



May 9. To cash, George Rawlinson, one year's gift



£ #. d.
10



10



1881.
Oct. 5.

Doc. 31.



By one year's dividend on 269^. 4j. 9d. Three pef
Cent. Reduced Annuities, O.T.C.F. - ,. •
n amount charged to Fund for the General Bdief
and Welfare of the Blind



£ 8. d.
8 16
118 6
10



Hobby's (Prison) Appropriation Scheme.



188



JuneM. To donations to Surgical Aid Society • -

Metropolitan Convalescent Insti-
tion . - . -

Elizabeth Fry Refuge - , -
Metropolitan Discharged Prison-
ers Belief Con. . - -
Boyal Female Philanthropic So-
ciety - - , - :
Boyal Society for Assistance of

Discharged Prisoners -

Surrey Discharged jPrisoners* Aid

Society " " " ,"

Plumstead and Woolwich Schools

Watford - - - -

„ bahinoe carried forward -



£ 8. d.
31 10



26 6

21

21

21

52 10

25

50

6



287 4 10
541 9 10



1881.

Jan. 1. By balance brought forward
Doc 31. „ J. Hobby's Trust -



£ 8. d,
262 2
279 7 10



641 9 10



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633



Dr.

1881.

Bee 20.



Clothworkers' Company — continued.

St. THOMifi' KVE DlSTBIBUTION.



To amount distributed to numeroug poor freemen
and widows in sums of 2U. each, together with
certain feed prescribed for the Company's
officers - - -



.£ 8. d.



298 19 U



1 19









Or.


1881.
Dec. 51.


By sundry charities, viz. :—


£ 8. d»


£ «. d.




Account 2, J. Bayworth


- 21 19 4






8. P. Blundell


8 7






10, P. Burton


10






11, P. Christian -


* 44






15. W. Edwards -


5






17, II. Farrington -


- 8






26, W. Hewer


6






31, M. HoUigrave -


10






32, T. Hussey


• 7 6






38, 8. Lese •


16






44, J.Osmotherhiw-


2 10 2






47, SirW.Peake -


5






48, W. Ponnoyer . -


10






51, J. Rogers


81 10 6






52, R. Staper


6






56, J. Trussell


8 8






flO, West's Artiauw
„ amount charged against the corpora


68 4 8


228 9 3




te funds of




the Company




75 9 9
298 19



Poou Clothwohkers* Pension Account.



1881.
DocSL



To pensioners of the Company :—
Dixon's, at 20i. per annum each
Lcse's, at 2Ai. „ „

Bay worth's, at 20?. „ „

Christian's, at 12/. „ „

HoUigrave's, at 32/. „ „



£ 8, d.



- 280

- 144

- 340

96

- 320



1,180



1881.
Doc. 31.



By sundry charities, viz. :—
No. 2, J. Bay worth's
11, P. Christian's
1*, T. Dixon's -
31, M. Holligravo's
88, S. Lese's



& 8, d. & 8. d.





340
















96
















280
















320
















144








1,180
























1A80









Hba.th*8 Almshouses foe Men.



1881.
Dec. 31. To cost of almshouses for the year, including
allowance of 20*., 16»., and 12*. per week to
10 inmates - - -



£ 8. d.



736 15 10



785 15 10



1881.
Dec. 81.



By sundry charities .—
Account 1, 8. Aaron's
22, J. Heath's
68, J. Webb's



£ 8. d. £ 8, d.



10
• 258 16
- 465



735 16 10

736 15 10



1881.
Jan.1.



Kent's Almshouses roa Women.



To balance brought forward - - - -

„ cost of almshouses for the year, including

allowance of 10*. per week each .to seven

inmates, and wages to porter, coals, water,

rates, and medical attendance, &c.



£ 8. d.
152 17 6



480 3 8



633 1 2



1881.
Dec. 31.



By sundry charities :—

1, S. Aaron's -

34, Countess of Kent's

50, J. Robinson's

58, J.Webb's -

„ balance carried forward -



£ 8, d. £ 8. d.



-


2





-


225 10 10


-


12








286 10


2



526
107



633 1 8



The ExrasiTioN Fund op the Company.



1881.
Dec. 25.



To exhibitions to five poor scholars at Oxford and
Cambridge as under :—
B. BumoU's Oxford, lyear -

1 term

J. Heath's, Oxford, 1 year -

,. Camb. 1 year -

1 term-

W. Hewitt's, Camb., \ year •

1 term

E. Pilsworth's, Oxford,

Magdalene College \ year

Iterm



£ 8. d.



£ 8. d.




- 30




- 10




- 80




- 25




- 10




- 12 10




- 10




■ 12 10




- 10


150




150



1881.
Dec. 31. By sundry charities, viz. :—
7, B. Bumell's
21, J. Heath's, Oxford
,. Camb.

26, W. Hewitt's -
49, B. Pilsworth's -



£ 8,d, £ 8, d.



6
2 10
2 10
5
5



, balance from the Company's own funds



20
180



160



The Loan Funds op the Company.

In pursuance of a scheme appro^®^ by Her Majesty in Council, 26th March 1878, whereby the 'amount of these funda w-i. «,-^« •« r i,i ,
the purpose of education, and the transfer of the amount to the North Loudon Colleirmte Mid ParndL s!«K^ fi^:^/** ™5 applicable for
of l,716nir.^4d. was accordlnglv paid over on the 23rd July 1878, togeth^r^th a iSrt^^^ |«nctioned, the sum

corporate funds, making a total of 3,100/. lunner sum of i,?J83/. 6*. Sd, out of the Company's own



1881.
Jan. 1.

. '•>
April 8.

June 82.

Dec 23.

Dec. 31.



Fund pob the General Relief and Welpake op the Blind.



To baUnce brought forward -
„ cash, 20 supplemental pensions
M „ J. Gamon -
„ .,4 supplemental pensions

** , J* P^ , »» »»

„ denciencies on—

No. 71, E. Love's Trust -
M 62, West, No. 2



£ 8, d.
867 9 7



60
1

10
75



1 18 6
53 6



65 8 6



1,068 18 1



1881.
Feb. 8.



By pension returned to account
„ sundiy Trust balances-
Account 61, West, No. 1 -
63, H ,, 3 -
» 64. „ „ 4 -
n 65, „ „ 6 -
»» 66, „ w 6 -
« 67, „ .. 7 -



£ 8. a
84 3 2

126 8
31 12 7

244 19 10
18
16



, balance ^med forward due to the Company,
repayable out of future increased income,
consequent on re-investments. Ac. at West
Hackney



£ 8, d.
2 10



614 18 7



1,068 18 1



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