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tion of Ann Mill's deed of gift, Richard Mill's deed of
mft, the will of W^ter MiUb, and a grant of Robert
Render, in the pleadings respectivdy mentioned, the re-
spective incomes of their property are to be disposed of.
Your Honour has not heard a word of it.

The Vice'Chancelior, — I have not heard of that in
Chambers.

Mr, Glasse, — No ; I apprehend there will be no dispute
about it. That deed of Ann Mills is appended to the
admisdons. You need not trouble yoursdfwith it, for it
is so perfectly dear. I apprehend that nobody will raise a
contention. Ann Mill's gift, it is perfectly plain, is for ike
benefit of the two parishes of St. Georse and Newington;
Richard Mill's is exactly the same. They followed the
Founder, and they intended to provide for them, but said
nothing about Hereford. Walter Mills, who was the
grandson, made a deed of gift, in which he gives equallr



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80 much apiece to the inhabitants of those two almshouses
and the parish of Shoreditch. The will of Walter Mills
is upon this special trast. He gives them 350/. capital
stock, or so much money as will purchase the same, ** upon
'* this special trust that they distribute and pay or cause
" to be paid out of the dividends, increase, or produce
*' thereof, the sum of 5^. apiece to the poor people mhabit-
'* ing the several almshouses in the panshes of St. Cieom,
" Newington and Shoreditch, which were formerly founded
" by my grandfather and grandmother, Mr. John and
" Mrs. Alice Walte^ ; the said 5i. to be paid to each of the
*' said poor some time near Christmas m every year." I
take it the recipients of that bounty are those persons
only who are there named the parish of St. George New-
ington and the parish of Shoreditch. Therefore tnat will
he your Honour's direction to the chief derk. Then Robert
Render is the parish of Newington only. I do not appre-
hend that anyoody raises any question on that.

Mr. 6. L. Russell,— The costs of all parties will be paid
out of the fund ?

Tke Vice-CIumeelhr. — ^This is merely an acfjourned
summons ; they will be all dealt with in Ohambers.

Mr. Speed. — ^There was a petition presented by Mr. Crafter,
the present solicitor for the parish of St. George South-
wark, for the purpose of having delivered up to mm certain
papers in this matter which are in the possession of a
gentleman named Ra^son. They were formerly in the
possession of the solicitor of the parish. He died in in-



solvent circumstances, and no one would administer to his
estate or prove his will. Under those circumstances his
managing clerk has retained in his possession certain deeds
and papers, and they are deeds and papers in the suit.
Mr. Crafter, on behalf of the parish, is very desirous of
obtaining those papers from Mr. Rayson. He made several
applications. Mr. Rajson did not feel himself justified in
himding them over without the order of the dourt, there
being no representative of his former employer. Thereupon
a petition was presented that Mr. Rayson might hand
them over, without preiudice to Mr. Tritton's heir. I appear
for Mr. Rayson, and 1 have no ol^ection that the papers
shall be delivered upon payment of a sum for the costs of
our appearance ; the papers to be held by Mr. Crafter
without prejudice to Mr. Tritton's heir, Mr. Crafter under-
taking to deal with those papers as the Court shall direct.

The Vice- Chancellor. — I think when the matter was
mentioned a day or t^o ago, it appeared that the Lord
Chancellor had ordered it to come on with the cause, but
I suppose that does not prevent your making an arrange-
ment.

Mr. Speed. — ^The meaning of it was that it was to come
on with the adjourned summons. If we take it by consent,
I apprehend your Honour can make the order.

The Vice-Chancellor.— It you agree in that, I think,
notwithstanding the J^rd Chancellor's direction, I may
authorise it.



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DRAPERS' COMPANY.



(Copy Charitable Accounts for 18S1.)



Ladt Abkbw's Tbust.



Dr.
1881.



To ODe year's income •



property tax returned
iMlance carried forward



£ 9, d.

46

12

683 12 11


629 14 11



1881.



By balance carried forward - - •
M cash paid pensions to almapeople
« yt medicine and attendance
M n almspeople on annual visitation
„ property tax allowed ...



Cr.




£ s.


J.


. 401 1»




- 216




- 10




016




1





820 14 U



Sib Thomas Adah's Tbust.



1881.



To one year's income •
M property tax returned



£ 9. d.

40
10



41



1881.



By balance broucht forward -
„ cash paid Arabic lecturer, one year
M balance carried forward -



£ «. d.
5

40
016

41



1881.



To balance brought forward -
„ one year's income •
„ property tax returned



RoBEBT Buck's Tbust.



£

307

286

2



«. d,

7
8
8 9



686 12 4



1881.



By cash paid poor of Stansted
„ „ surveyor's charges
„ wardens, derk, beadle, and porter of the Com-
pany .....
„ cash paid land agent's charges >
M allowance to R. Idenden, fum tenant -
„ property tax account ...
M balance carried forward ...



£

27

4



s.d.
3 3




2

6
60

6 12
600 16



686 12 4



Sib William Bobeman's Tbust.



1881. £ 9, d.

To balance brought forward .... 1,07118 1

„ snndiy accounts for one year's rents and

income ...... i,027 1 3

„ William Clavill's Trust for proportion of

expenses - - - - . -2 18 4

„ property tax returned - . - • 23 5 8

2,124 13 4



1881.



By cash paid for 1,0662. Reduced Annuities
w allowances to tenants for land tax, Ac. -
„ derk of the Drapers' Company •
m property tax account . . -

„ balance brought forward ...



£ 9,


d.


- 1,07113




• 9712




8




19 9




-. 967 18




2.124 13


4



Fbancis Bancboft's Tbust.



1881.



£ 9.

6,312 19



To one year's income ...

„ cash received from J. J. Thomeycroft (or

purchase of property at Chiswick - - 3,000

„ cash received from sundries sold by the

matron - - - - . -19 13 7

„ cash received from property tax returned - 118 14 2



8,461 6 9i



1881.



By balance brought forward
M cash paid for masters' salaries -
„ „ books and stationeiy

„ „ apprentice and other gifts

„ „ school visitation and other ex<

I)enses . . -

„ „ examiner and examination ex<

penses ...
„ „ housekeeping and victualling ex<

* penses of school •
„ M washing for the school •

M „ clothes and boots for the school

„ H linen, &c. for the school -

„ „ coals for the school

M „ rates, taxes, and insurance for

the school
„ „ medical attendance and medi-

cine ...

„ „ gas and lighting -

„ y, repairs and works •

„ „ pensions to almsmen

„ „ gowns for almsmen

„ „ coals for „

„ „ donations to »

„ » chapel clerk and gatekeeper

„ „ law costs ...

„ „ land agent's charges

n f$ •» extra •

M w advertisements

„ u inddentals-

„ allowanoes to tenants and land tax
„ rents written off irrecoverable -
„ ol&dal trustees for investment in Consols of

cash received from J. J. Thomeycroft
M clerk and accountant of the Company
„ property tax account ...
„ balance carried forward •



£ 9.

846

1,067 10

76 14

46 19



11 7 6
23 2



1,246 14 10


206 12


8


466 19


1


93 13 11


04 1 11


aittio


9


106





67 13


9


260 7 11


190 10




912




916




6 14




24 16




8U




42




13




316




19U




517 14 m


4110





2,976 7


4


21 10





104


9


176 7


8


8,461 e


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ACCOUNTS.— DKAPEB8 COMFANT.



217



Dr.



1881.



Dbapbbs' Compakt — ooiUinued,
Sib TH01CJL8 Cuixum*8 Tbubt.



£

824



To oDe year's income . - - . .

M cash received from railway companies for re-
turn of fees paid to Messrs. Clarke, I'Anson,
and Bllis re Minories property - - 172 19

N do. Drapers' Company's surveyor's obarfces do. 81 10

M property tax returned - • - - 7 10



9.d,
B 1



4 7



1881. By balance brought forward •

„ cash paid, his gift to Hawstead -

», „ M Allhallows, Lombard

Street -
M f, t* St. Thomas's Hospital

», N » Bethlem Hospital

M M tf prison charities, one

year's gift
„ n wardens and clerk of the Com-

pany
M n poor of the Company

w M law costs -

„ property tax allowed
„ balance to account of the Company



Or.

£ «. <f.
24 16 9
6 lU



B 10
5
3



6



2 10
5
8 15 10

3 6
478 2 6



536 4 7



Chbistophbb Clabkb's Trust.



1881. To one year's income -
property tax returned



£

632
10



9,d,

8 10

9 5



642 18 3



By cash paid wardens' clerk and other officers of
the Drapers' Company ....
» property tax allowed - - . -

„ poor of the Company for balance



£ 9,d.



1 6

9 14

681 17



642 18 3



William Clavill'b Tbust.



18S1. To balance brought forward •
„ one year's income -
property tax returned



£ 9.d.

225 2 1

237 14 6

5 8 10



468 5 5



1881. By cash oaid for 223^. 14«. 2d, Reduced Annuities
„ Sir William Borcman's Trust for proportion

of this year's expenses
„ property tax allowed ...
„ balance carried forward •



£

- 225


9.

2


d.

1


2 13 4

5 8 10

. 235 1 2


468


5


5



Hbnbt Colbbon'8 Tbust.



1881. To bahuice brought forward •
one year's iuoome -



£ 9, d.

63 8 9
105



168 8 9



1881. By cash paid master of Kirkham school, half-year
„ „ poor of Kirkham

n „ master of Goosnargh school -

„ „ poor of Goosnargh

„ balance carried forward . - - -



£ 9. d,

34 16

6 10

26

6

88 3 9

158 8 9



Tbomas Cornby's Trust.



£ 9. d.

18S1. To one year's income - • " . , : ^, * ^»^ * *

„ balance of last year's account, paid by the

Drapers' Company .... 236 9 11

- property tax returned - - - . 26 13 7

Balance carried forward - 2.080 4 6



1881. By balance brought forward -
„ cash paid, rates and taxes
„ „ books and stationery •

„ „ salaries to governors •

„ n housekeepiuff, to victualling and ex<

penses of the girls -
„ „ insurance ...

,, „ clothes and shoes for the girls
„ „ medical attendance and medicine

„ M garden expenses

M „ DuUdingB, works, and repairs
„ „ for furniture - - -



,» coals and wood -

washing- . -

M expenses of examination
„ law charges
„ incidental expensea -
property tax allowed •



£ *.


d.


2,296 9 11


4tf 16





96 17


6


419 6





668 18


9


6 16


9


• 164 4


7


45 5





419


6


1,243 6


4


148 12


6


78 2


3


43 12


6


108 2


8



6,429 13 4



83 7 11

25 4 3

26 13 7

6,429 18 4



Hknrt Dixon's Trust.



1881. To balance brought forward
„ one year's income -
M property tax returned •



£ 9, d.

1,027 7i

1,282 8 6

28 17 7



2,838 6 7i



1881. By cash paid for placing out Buckingham, Hills,
Phillips, Griffiths, Cushway, Sims,
Beaven, Boberts, Talmage, Free-
born, Longhurst, Swaits, Taylor,
Fairbum, Laming, Dixon, Stone-
ham, Carter, Davies, Clarke,
Cutler, Bromley, Le Mareohel,
Mayo, Wheatley, Bicbball, Pant-
ing, Chumbley, Castlemann,
PfQwer, Casey, Terrell, Mortimer,
Setford, Aylott, Wallington, Bloyd,
Boucher, Milborough, Cull,
Slaughter, Hurren, Piatt, Hicks,
andFiteowen - . .

„ „ after gifts to Jackman and Burnett

„ M annual gift to St. Catherine, Colman
„ „ 406^. 18«. Reduced Three per Cent.

Annuities - - . -

„ „ annual gift to Bennington National

School - - -

„ „ law costs . - - -

£ 9. d.
„ „ land surveyors - - 24



extra services



£ 9, d.



950
20
5









600



22 11 9



allowance to tenants

rent written off irrecoverable (Matthew)

clerk of the Drapers' Company -

property tax allowed

balance carried forward -





46 11 9


.


- 25


w)


. 12 12 6




- SO


.


. IS 6 11





. 726 13 91




2,888 6 71



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GITT OF LONDON LIV£BY COMPANIES COMMISSION:



Dr.
188L



Drapbrs' Company— con^tntMc^.
William Duhmbb's Tbust.



To one year's income



13 18 4



13 18 4



Cr.

£ 9. d.

1881. By cash paid poor of the Drapers' Oompany • IS o

n H wardens and clerk of the Company - 18 4

1318 4



John Edmanbon's Trust.



1881. To balance brought forward •
„ one year's income -
„ W. Bonallack, additional rent
„ property tax returned



£ 9. d.

965 11 2

1314 11

6 6

20 1 10



2,305 18 11



1881. By cash paid pensions to almspeople

„ „ allowance to warden of almshouses

„ „ medical attendance •

„ „ rates, taxes, and insurance -

H N repairs to almshouses -

„ „ eo^. 13«. 2d. Reduced Annuities

„ „ surveyor's charges

„ „ lawcx)sts ...

„ „ chaplain ...

„ » cleaning chapel

H ,. gas - - - -

M M coals for almspeople -

„ „ almspeople on annual visitation

„ „ printing -

„ M advertisements-

,. ,» wardens and clerk of the Company

„ property tax allowed - - . .

„ for old materials retamed at Betts Street

„ clock winder - - - -

„ balance carried forward - - -



£ 9.d,
754
10
28
74 11
117 18
700
25
24
83 6

1 4

4 7
5810

3 12

816
41 4




7

6

- 7
5
18 8 11

5
3 2



15

2

881



2,305 18 U



1881. To one year's income



Jonathan Gbangbr's Trust (for the Blind).

1881. By balance forward



£ 9. d.

140 4 8



£ 9,d.
140 4 8



Jonathan Granger's Trust (for Apprentices).



1881. To balance brought forward •
„ one year's income •
n property tax returned



£ 9.

840 13
62 15
4 18


d.

8
8
9


408 8


1



1881.



By property tax allowed
„ balance carried forward



£ 9, d,

4 18 9

403 9 4



406 8 1



Thomas Howell's Trust.



1881. To baUmce forward -

„ one year's income - - .

„ old materials (14, Austin Friars) -
,* property tax returned



£ 9. d.

740 19 11

J,539 16 «

08 10

147 1 10



1881. By cash paid one 3'ear's land tax

„ H remitted governors of Denbigh

School . - - -

„ „ remitted governors of Llandaff

School ....

„ cash paid for clothing for girls at Denbigh
N t* H » Llandaff

M „ pension to Mrs. Booth, three-quar-

ter years
„ „ pension to Miss Comer, one year

», H f> Miss Baldwin, half-year

>, „ gratuity to Miss Haynes

n H u MissH.Ewing -

„ „ guit rents ...

» „ insurance on schools -

,. » n 24, Austin Friais

„ „ on account of building at Llandaff

„ „ repairs - - . .

„ „ surveyor

„ „ visitation expenses, Llar.daff School

„ „ visit to farms in Kent

„ „ printing - . . .

„ „ advertisements

„ „ grants out of Portion and Endow-

ment Fund, viz. :—
Miss E. M. Bees • £60
„ M.E.Harrison 50
„ E.D.Cheshire 60
„ M. E. Vernon 20
„ E.Eyre- - 40



£ 9. d.
73 10

2J0OO

8,000
66 9 11
41 6



„ governesses' travelling expenses
„ clerk of the Drapers' Company
., land agent's charges
cash allowance to tenants
„ property tax allowed
„ balance forward -



87 10
30



15

100



1 5
27

7 17
80

1 7
26
21 2

2 15

8 14
119 15



7,526 8 3



230

23 12 6

326 10 9

51 6 9

161 16 6

164 3 9

810 5 5

7,526 8 3



1881. To one year's income -



UlBBINS' AND BaINIES* TrUST.

£ 9. d. I

20 1881. By cash paid poor of the Drapers' Company

Samuel Harwar's Trust.



1881. To one year's income - - - -

„ cash received for property tax returned



£ 9. d.

555 7 6

10 8



1881. By balance brought forward -

„ cash paid pensions ...

„ „ surveyor - - -

„ „ land agent ...

M ., clerk of the Drapers' Company

„ allowance to tenant



» property tax allowed
„ balance carried forward



£


9,


d.


20








£


9.


d.


99 12


1


- 404


9





1





8


7








5








20








1





8


18


5


9



556 8 2



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219



Dbapbrs' Company — continued.
Sir John Jollbs' Tbust.



Dr.

1881.



To balance brought forward •
„ one year's income -
M property tax returned



£ «. d.

62 11 10

529 12

13 4 8



696 8 6



1881. By cash paid pensions to almspeople

n n masters at Bow school

n „ rates, taxes, and gas, ditto -

n •> insurance, ditto

„ „ examiner at the school

,. M almspeople, on annual visitation

„ „ coals, for school and almshouses

„ „ law costs ...

„ M chaplain at almshouses

M n medical attendance •

„ „ repairs for school and almshouses

M „ surveyor's charges

„ property tax allowed ...

M oalanoe carried forward ...



Cr.


£ «. d.


' 20112


. 200


. 29 6 10


14 9


• 21


10


- 10 14 6


4 19


8 6 8


9 6 8


- 25 6 10


- 10


- 12 8


. 60 9 8


505 8 6



John Eendbick's Trust.



1881 To balance brought forward

one year's income - - -

„ cash received for property tax returned



£ 9, d.

12 17 9

768 5 4

19 17 1



801 2



1881. By cash paid minister of St. Christopher le
Stocks ....

„ n poor of ditto - - • .

„ „ girt to poor freemen - . •
„ M one vear's gift to prison charities -
„ „ warden and clerk of the Drapers'
Company . - . -

„ » surveyor's charges . . .
„ property tax allowed . . . .

„ balance carried forward . • .



£ t, d



192


1 4


61


9 8


192


1 4


291


4 8


61


9 2


8





18


6 10


6


8


801


2



Joseph Macey's Trust.



1881. To one year's income -
„ property tax returned



£ s.

82 11
10


d.
2
5


88 1


7



£ 9» d.

1881. By cash, paid poor in Queen Elizabeth's College • 82 11 2

„ property tax allowed - - - - 10 6

88 1 7



Sir John Milburn's Trust.



1881. To one year's income -

„ Drapers' Company, for sundry gifts

J, property tax returned

„ Drapers' Company for balance •



£ 8,


d.


200





22 10





5





147 6


8


874 16


8



1881. By cash paid pensions to almspeople
„ „ medical attendance •
„ „ almspeople, on annual visitation

„ „ surveyor's charges
„ property tax allowed



£


«.


d.


- 242








. 20








1


5





7








4 11


8


874 16


8



1881. To balance brought forward



Loans to Freemen.

1881. To balance carried forward



£ 8, d.
' 8,411 10 6



£ 8. d.
8,41110 6



Richard Oobornb*s Trust.



1881. To one year's income -
„ property tax returned



£ 8, d. I

35 14 6 I 1881. By property tax, allowed
17 10 I „ Dalance due to account of prison charities



86 12 4



£ 8. d.

17 10

85 14 6

8612 4



Oakinoham Hospital Trust.



1881.



To balance brought forward
„ one year's income -
„ property tax returned



£ 8.d,

21 Oil

656 6 8

6 14 1



1 8



a881.



By cash paid master and brethren
„ „ repairs and works

„ n land agent's charges

M » fuel for the brethren
„ „ advertisements -
„ „ clerk of the Company

„ property tax allowed
„ allowed farm tenants
„ balance forward







£ 8,d,






894 19 5






. 4117 1






• 80 18 9






• 2116






. 6 11 8






- 1 10






► 811 7






. 45 7 6


. 181 9 9






688 1 8



Samuel Pbnnoyer's Trust.



issi.



To balance brought forward
„ one year's income -
„ property tax returned



£ 8. d,

- 699 12 9*
-1,641 17 6

- 12 9



1881.



£ 8. d.



2,253 11 Oi



By cash paid placing out Bloyd Frarey, Gillett,
Cox, I)riffleld, B«ynhamj^allard,
Bond, Whitmore, Carve, w aghom.
Dowsing, West, Aeddall, Roberts,
Keys, Croeser, Chadwick, Baker,
Weale, Abbott, Gordon, Fainter,
Burrell, Irwin, Nirontsos, Carter,
and Williams • 1,166 13 4

I, f, lecture at St. Stephen's, Bristol • 50

„ „ law costs - - - - 2 18 4

n „ clerk, beadle, and porters of the

Company - - - - 20

n property tax allowed - - - • 12 9
.. Mlanoe carried forward .... i,002 3 7|



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OITT OF LONDON LIVBBT COMPANIES 0OMMI8STON :



Drapbrs' CoujfASY^eontmued,



John Pbmbl's Tbust.



Dr.

1881.



To one :^ear'8 income -
„ property tax returned
„ balinoe fonrard



187 4

2 2 3

284 10 5



873 16 8



1881.



By baUnoe forward
„ cash paid pensions to almspeople
M N chaplain •

„ „ rates and taxes -

M „ insurance

,, „ surveyor's charges

M M coals for almspeople

,, „ medical attendance

M „ repairs and works

„ N visitation gifts -

M M cloaks for almspeople

M >» attendant on Buth Oibbonsi an

mate of the almshonses
n n clerk of the Bn^iera' Oompany
„ property tai allowed ...



in-



Cr.
£ 9 d
218 17 1
76 12

8 6
17 2

16

4
1114

418

8

016

4 7

4 11



12

1

2 2



37816 8



Elizabeth's Collbob Tbust.



1881



to balance brought forward
•, one year's income -
M sale s of t imber
>» property tax returned



£ 9. d,

994 4U

2J47 5 11

700

47 4



8,888 11 2



1881.



By cash paid pensions to almspeople
M n wardens for reaoing nrayers -
„ M almspeople on annual visitation
M n repours to almshouses -
H M ratos and taxes-
H .* insurance ...

» H gas - - . .

H M cleaning chapel

o » winding andTrepairiDg dock •
M u surveyor's charges
t* *» law costs ...

„ M coals for almspeople -
M M chaplain ...

» „ surplice for chaplain -

„ M medical attendance on almspeople
., n gardener ...

„ „ toT£ Reduced Annuities •

£ ».d,

.. M Und agent- - - 54

extra charges and com-
mission on sale of
timber - - 186



£ i.




- 1,080




716




- 21




- 196 1




- 84 7




5 14





6 110


919




5 6




. 85




1819




- 7919




- 62 10




2 6




- 65




- 12




. 500





„ allowed tenants for insurance 8 3
H MM repairs 80 6 2

rent written olT beinc irrecoverable -
wardens and clerk or the Drapers' Company •
property tax aUowed . . . .

balance carried forward - . . •



240 2 8



89 14 6

49

107 6

45 12 6

1,240 8 4

3,888 11 2



Thomas Bussbll's Tbust (Deed).



1881



To one year's income . . . •
n cash received for property tax returned
„ balance carried forward



£

51

1
747


9.tL

7 10
4 10
4


799 16 8



1881.



By balance brought forward -
M cash paid master of Barton School
M H poor of Barton •

„ „ one year's gift to Shoreditoh
„ land tax allowed to tenant
,. property tax allowed





£


9,


d.




' 773


4


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Thomas Bussbll's Tbust (Will).



1881.



To balance brought forward - - .
M one year's income . . • .

M cash received for property tax returned



£ 9,d.
449 19 6
878 8 2

2117 11



1,850 6 7



.1881.



By cash paid poor of the
Cawnte's >. - - - 225

aeater's „ . . . 225

Coling's „ - - - 225

Composition Money - - - 225

Copynger's Charity . . - 225

Cowper's „ . . - 225

(irafton's „ - - . 225

Field's „ ... 225

Gardner's „ - - - 225

Gayer's (Robert) Charity - - - 225

Goddard's (Jesus Hospital, Bray) - - 225

Copping's Gift . . - - 228

Cooke's ... - 229

Baskerville's and Owen's Gifts - - 229

Hibbert's Charity - - - - 229

Gresham (Sir John) Grammar School, Holt - 229

Hacker's Charity .... 247

Halsey's „ - - - - 247

Harding's (Robert and Simon) Charity - 247

Harding's (Robert) Charity ... 247
Hayne's Charity - - - .247

Heron's „ . - . - 247

Heydon's „ - - . - 248

Hopkin's „ - - - - 248

Jenyn's „ - . - - 248

Jordeyn's „ .... 248

Joye's „ .... 249

King's „ ... - 249



Part 2.



Knese worth's Charity
Knight's „

Larkin'd „

Long's „

Martyne's „

Mougeham's „
Mowse's „

Owen's „

Owfield's

Palley's „

Pendlebury's „
St. Peter's Hospital -
Hunt's Gift
Hippisley's Gift -

Hulbert's „

Edmond's „

Poyntall's „

Leman's „

Harper's „

Gayer's „

Fletcher's „ . -



Part 3.



Preston's Charity
Quested's Almshouses
Randolph's Charity -
Smith's (Lettice) Charity
Smith's (Leonard) „
Spence's Charity
Stoke's „
Thwaites' „
Trevor's „
Trumball's „
Turk's
Waller's „
Wally's „
Ware's ,,
Weston's „
Williams' „



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