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CITY 0;F LONDON LIVERY COMPANIES COMMISSION:



No. 41. — ^The Chabitt op John Fbbbtn.



Date of Will
or Deed.



Property.
Income and Bevennes.



Object or Objects.



1 8th December 1656 -



Property. — An estate at Acton. ^
Royalty on brick-making and interest on funded
inyestments as shown below. The income
and revennes of this Charity for the year ending
31st March 1882 is 3,186/. 2$, Id, ^—

2,005/. 125. 10(/., 8 per cent. Reduced annuities.

1,192/. 139. 2d^ 8 per cent. Consols.

1,077/. 2s. 3d, „

999/. 2s. bd. „

520/. 6s. \d. „

1,090/. 17*. 5d. „

1,218/. 25. 0(/.



The parish of Bromyard. The master of a school
at Bromyard. The poor of St. Vedast, St Sepul-
chre, and Acton. The poor of the GoldsmithB*
Company and Exhibitioners to the Universities.



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31st MARCH 1882.



Receipts.


£


9.


d.




EXPEKBITUBB.


A 8. d.


Rents for the Acton estate ...


1,687


1


6


Paid the Acton almsmen ...


55 15 2


Diyidends on 2,005/. 12s. lOd. (3 per cent Re-











„ „ almswomen ...


66 15 6


duced annuities, 1 year) -


60


3


2


»




32


„ 1 ,192/. 13«. 2d. (3 per cent Consols,








»


master of a Grammar School at ditto


20


lyear) - -


35


15


6


V


the poor of the parish of St. Vedast


5


1,077/. 2».3rf. „ „ „ -


32


6


4


»


„ „ St Sepulchre -


5


9991. 28. bd. „ „ „ -


29


19


6


f>


„ „ Acton -


10


5201. 68. Id. „ „ „ -


15


12


2


it


interest on 10,000/. at 4 per cent




1,090/. 17«.5</. „ „ „ -


32


14


6






400


1,218/. 25. Orf. „ „ „ -











allowed Tenants for Improvements


78 4


(J year to Jan. 1882)


18


5


5


»»


commission for superintending brick-




Royalty on brick-making for the year 1880


1,224


4




1


it


making ....
for law costs - . - .

sundry Exhibitioners - - .
Charity Commissioners for Royalty


61 4

68 6 6

298 7 11

811 5

1,224 4




3,136


2


M


3,186 2 1



Dr.



BALANCE SHEET.



Cr.



1882.
Mar. 31



To amount paid as above



£ s. d.
3,186 2 1



1882.
Mar. 31



By amount received as above -



A 9. d.
3,136 2 1



Waltek Pbidbaux,
Clerk.



No. 42. — The Chabity op Williaw Pierson.



Date of WiU
or Deed.


Property.
Income and Bevenues.


Object or Objects.


13th May 1689


Property.— 50/.

The Income and Bevenne of this Charity for the
year ending 3 1st March 1882 is 2/. IO5.


Poor widows of freemen.

The Wardens and Clerk of the Company,



BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING SIst MARCH 1882.



Receipts.
Interest pn 50/. at 5 per cent.



£ 5. d.
2 10



2 10



EXPENDITUBB.

Paid the Acton almswomen
„ the Wardens and Clerk of the Company



£ s. d.

2
10



2 10



Dr.



BALANCE SHEET.



Cr.



1882.
Mar. 31



To amount paid as above



£ s. d.
2 10



1882.
Mar. 31



By amount received as above



£ s. d.
2 10



Wai/tbr Prideaux,
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ACCOUNTS. — goldsmiths' COMPANY.
No. 43. — The Charity op Mart Kamsat.



321



DateofWiU
or Deed.


Tncome^ffienues. Object or O^ecte.


8th July 1600


Property.— 200/.

The Income and Revenue of thig Charity for the
year ending 3l8t March 1882 is 10/.


To be lent out to freemen and the interest dis-
tributed to the poor of the Company.



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31st MARCH 1882.



Rbobifts.
Interest on 200/. at 5 per cent. -




Expenditure.
Paid the men Pensioners, Class D.



£ «. d,
10



Dr.



BALANCE SHEET.



Cr.



1882.
Mar. 81



To amount paid as above



£ s. d.
10



1882.
Mar. 8 1



By amount received as above



£ 8, d,
10



Walteb Pbideaux,

Clerk.



No. 44. — The Charity of Sir Bartholomew Bead.



Date of Will
or Deed.


Property.
Income and Revenues.


Object or Objects.


19th October 1506 -


Property.— Houses in London charged with 10/. a
year for a master at Cromer and sundry small
sums payable to the Parish of St, John Zachary.

The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the
year ending Slst March 1882 is 18/. 12«. lOd,


10/. a year to the master of a gmnmiar school at

Cromer.
Payments to St. John Zachary at the anunal visi.

tation to the church.



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING SIst MARCH 1882.



Receipts.
Amount derived from rents



£ 8. d.
18 12 10



18 12 10



EXPENDirURE.

Paid the master of a grammar school at Cromer

„ sundij disbursements at the annual visita-

tation to the church of St John Zac^iary



£


s.


d.


10








8


12


IP


18


12


10



Dr.



BALANCE SHEET.



Cr.



1882.
Mar. 81



To amount paid as above



£ «. d,
18 12 10



1882.
Mar. 31



By amount received as above



£ f. d,
18 12 10



Walter Pridbaux,

Clerk.



No. 45. — The Charity of Ralph Robinson.



DateofWiU
or Deed.


Property.
Income and Revenues.


Object or O^ects.


17th January 1648 -


Property.— 200/.

The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the
year ending 31st March 1882 is 4/.


The poor of the parish of St John Zachary and
the poor of the Company.



RECEiraS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 3l8T MARCH 1882.




Rbosipts.
Interest on 200/. pursuant to the will


£ *. d.
4


ExPBNDrrUBE.

Paid the poor of the parish of John Zachary -
„ the men Pensioners, Class D. -


£ 8. d,

2
2




4


4



Dr.



BALANCE SHEET.



Cr.



1882.
Mar. 81



To amount paid as above



£ 8, d.
4



1882.
Mar. 31



By amount received as above



£ 8, d.
4



Waltbb Pbidbaux,
Clerk.



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CITY OP LONl>ON LIVERY COMPANIES COMMISSION :



No. 46. — Ths Chabitt of Sm Edmund Shaa.



Date of Will
or Deed.


Property.
Income and Revenues.


Object or Objects.


20th March 1487


Property.— 10^ per annnm chaiged on houses in

London.
The Income and Reyenue of this Cnarity for the

year ending Slst March 1882 is 10/.


The Master of a Grammar School at Stockport



RECBIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 3l8T MARCH 1882.



Rbobipts.
Amount derived from rents



£ 8, d,
10



EXPBNDrrUBB.

Paid the Master of a Grammar School at
Stockport.



A 8, d.
10



Dr.



BALANCE SHEET.



Cr.



1882.
Mar. 81



To amount paid as above



£ 8. d,
10



1882.
Mar. 31



By amount received as above •



£ 8. d.
10



Wjlltbb Pridsaux,
Clerk.



No. 47. — The Charity of John Smith.



DateofWiU
or Deed.


Property.
Income and Revenues.


Object or Objects.






Ist May 1703


Property.— 420/.

The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the
year ending 3 Ist March 1882 is 21/.


For poor widows.

For apprenticing poor sons of freemen


and for


RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 3l8T MARCH 1882.


Rbobipts.
Interest on 420/. at 5 per cent. -


& 8. d.

21


EXPENDITUBB.

Paid the Acton almswomen - ^ -
Paid the Clerk • - - -
Paid fee to apprentice a poor boy


£

10

1
5


«. d.








21


16





Dr. BALANCE SHEET.




Cr.


1882.
Mar. 31


To amount paid as above
Balance carried down

1


£ «. d.
16

130


1881.
Mar. 81

1882.
Mar. 31


By balance in hand

By amount received as above -


125
21


8, d.







146


146





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Balance brought down -


130






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No. 48. — Thb Charitt of William Southwood.



DateofWill
or Deed.


Property.
Income and Bevennes.


Object or Objects.


23rd October 1557 -


Property. Houses in the City of London and
653/. 128, Sd, (8 per cent Consols).

The Income and Revenne of this Charity for the
year ending SIst March 1882 is 1121/. 12f. 2d.


The poor of the parish of North Cray.
The almswomen of Woolwich.
The parish of St. Mary, Woohioth, and the poor of
the Company.



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THB YEAR ENDING 8l8t MARCH 1882.



Rbobipts.


& 8. d.


Expenditure.




^ ff. d.


Rent of No. 5, St Mildred's Court


45


Paid the parish of North Cray for one year
„ the Woolwich almswomen


.


3


„ 6 and 7 „ - - -


250


.


60


„ 8 and 9 „


180


„ the men Class B. -


«


206 9


„ 3, Princes Street


200


»> » » vy.


.


664


w T n - - -


105


„ „ „ D. - -


-


167


Interest on 553/. 12«. Sd, 3 per cent. Consols -


325


,, sundiy sifts at the annual visitation to the




16 12 2


church of 8t Woolnoth




22 3 2




1,121 12 2


1,121 12 2



Dr.



BALANCE SHEET.



Cr.



1882.
Mar. 31



To amount paid as above



£ 8, d.
1,121 12 2



1882.
Mar. 31



By amount rec^ved as above -



£ «. d,
1,121 12 S



Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.



No. 49. — The Charity of Philip Stekllby.



Date of Will
or Deed.


Property.
Income and Revenues.


Object or Objects.


6th September 1603 -


Property.— A rcntcharge of 55/. on lands in Derby-
shire.

The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the
year ending 31st March IJSS is 55/.


The- poor of the parish of St. John Zachary.
„ poor maimed soldiers.
„ poor freemen of the Company.
„ setting up in trade apprentices.
„ Exhibitions at the Umversities.
„ Trustees and Clerk>



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING SUt MARCH 1882.



RscBiirrs.
Rent of land at Oj^arthorpe




EXPEHDITURK.

Paid the parish of St. John Zachary -
„ 7 poor maimed soldiers at 20«. each
„ 15 „ freemen „ 109. „

„ 2 poor apprentices, towards setting them

up in Trade. 10/. each
„ Trustees and Clerk of the Company
„ towards an EiJiibition at Ozfoitl «



£ 8, d.



2





7





7 10





20





5





U 10





55






Dr.




BALANCE SHEET.


Or.


1882.
Mar. 81


To amount paid as above


£ 8. d.
55


1882.
Mar. 81


By amount received as above -


& 8, d,

55



Wai/tbb Pbudbauz,
Clerk.



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No. 50. — The Charity of James Taddy,



Date of Will
or Deed.


Property.
Income and Bevenues.


Object or Objects.


1818


Property.— 400/. (3 per cent. Consols).
The Inoome and Revenue of this Charity for the
year ending Slst March 1882, is 12/.


For the Hackney almsmen.



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE TEAR ENDING SIst MARCH 1882.



Rbgkipts.
Interest on 400/. (3 per cent. Consols)



£ s. d.
12



EXPBNDITOHB.

Paid the Hackney almsmen



£ 8. d.
12



Dr.




BALANCE SHEEl




Cr.


1882.
Mar. 81


To amoont paid as above


£ s. d.
12


1882.
Mar. 31


By amount received as above -


£ 8. d.
12



Walter Pbibsadx,

Clerk.



No. 51. — The Charity op Roger Taylor.



DateofWiU
or Deed.


Property.
Income and Revenues.


Object or Objecti.


Not known


Property.— Not known.

The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the
year ending Slst March 1882 is 5/.


The poor of the parish of St Botolph.



BECBIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING Slst MARCH 1882.



RB0EIPT8.

Amount given by the Groldsmiths* Company



€ *. d,
5



Expenditure.
Paid the poor of the parish of St. Botolph



£ «. d.
5



Dr.



BALANCE SHEET.



Cr.



1882.
Mar. 31



To amount paid as above



£ 5. 6.
5



1882.
Mar. 31



By amount received as above



£ ». d.
5



Waltee Pbidbaux,
Clerk.



No. 52. — The Charity ok Sir Thomas Vyner.



Date of Will
or Deed.


Property.
Income and Revenues.


Object or Objects.


16th March 1664


Property.— 200/.

The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the
year ending Slst March 1882, is 7/. 12«.


Poor men of the Company and the Qerk.





RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING Slst MARCH 1882.




Interest on


RBGEIFtS.

200/. pursuant to the Will


£ 8, d.
7 12


EXPBNDITUBE.

Paid the men pensioners, Class D. -
Paid the Clerk of the Company


£ 8, d.

7
12




7 12


7 12



Dr.



BALANCE SHEET.



Cr.



1882.
Mar. 31



To amoont paid as above



£ 8. d.
7 12



1882.
Mar. 31



By amount received as above



£ 8, d,

7 12



Wai/tbr Pribbauz,
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No. 53. — Thb Charitt op William Walker.



Date of Will
or Deed.



Property.
Income and Revenues.



Object or Objects.



10th October 1557



Property.— 100/.

The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the
year ending Slst March 186S is 4/.



The poor of tlie Company.



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE TEAR ENDING 8Ut MARCH 1882.




Rbcbipts.
Interest on 100/. at 4/. per cent.


£ «. </.
4


EXPnNDITtJBE.

Paid the Hackney almsmen • - -


£ s. d,
4


Dr. BALANCE SHEET.


Or.


1882.
Mar. 81


To amount paid as above


£ f. d.
4


1882.
Mar. 31


By amount received as above -


£ «. rf.
4



Waltbb Pmdbauz,

Clerk.



No. 54. — The Charitt op Anthony Walter.



DateofWiU
or Deed.


Property.
Income and Revenues.


Object or Objects.


18th May 1664


Property.— 100/.

The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the
year ending Slst March 1882 is 5/.


The poor of the parish Of St John Zachary.



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31 st MARCH 1882.



Rbceipts.
Interest on 100/. at 5 per cent.



£ f. </.
5



EXPBNDITUBB.

Paid the poor of the parish of St. John Zachary



£ «. </.
5



Dr.



BALANCE SHEET.



Or.



1882.
Mar. 31



To amount paid as above



£ 8. d,
5



1882.
Mar. 31



By amount received as above



£ *. d.
5



Waltbb Pridbaux,
Clerk.



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CITT OF LONDON LIVERY COMPANIES COMMISSION :



No. 56. — The Chabity of William Walton.



DateofWiU
or Deed.



20th November 1458 •



Property.
Income and Revenues.



Property. — Houses in Londpu.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the
year ending 31st March 1882 is 2,093/. 6«. 4d,



Object or Objects.



The poor of the Company.



RECEIPTS AND EJfPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 3l8T MARCH 1882.


Rent of 1



Receiptb.

"^0. 7, Gutter Lane - - -
10, „ - - -

4, Wood Street

5, „ ...

6, „ - - -
141, Fenchurch Street


£ 8. d,

197 1 8
172 4 8
539 10
509 10
280
395


Expenditure.

Paid the men Pensioners, Class B. -

„ widow, „ „ C. - -
„ daughter, „ - - .
„ parish of St. Peter for one year


£ s. d.

687 U

606 13

171 11

3 4




2,093 6 4


1,465 18 4


Dr.


BALANCE SHEET.


a


1882.
Mar. 31


To amount paid as above
„ Bahmce carried down


£ 8. d.
1,465 18 4
1,860 4 4


1 1881.

i Mar. 31

1882.

Mar. 31


By Balance in hand - - -
„ amount received as above -


£ 8. d.

782 16 4
2,093 6 4




2,826 2 8


2,826 2 8


Walter Prideaux, Balance brought down
^ Clerk.


1,360 4 4



No. 56. — The Chabity of Sm John Wollabton.



Date of Will
or Deed.


Property.
Income and Revenues.


Object or Objects.


15th AprU 1658


Property.— The sum of 2,521/. 10»., the produce of

the sale of houses.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the

year ending 31st March 1882 is 100/. 17j». 2d.


The parish of St John Zachary.
St. Bartholomew's Hospital.
The poor of the Company.



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR' THE YEAR ENDING 3l8T MARCH 1882.



Receipts.
Interest ou 2,521/. 10«. at 4/. per cent.



£ 8. d.
100 17 2



100 7 2



EXPBXDITURE.

Paid the Acton almsmen
„ the Betlilcm Hospital -
„ the parish of St John Zachary -
„ for gowns for the almsmen



£ s.


d.


26 1

52 2

14 17

7 IC


2
6
2
4


100 17


2



Dr.



BALANCE SHEET.



Cr.



1882.
Mar. 31 I To amount paid as above



£ s, i/.
100 17 2



1882.
Mar. 31



By amount received as above



£ s, d.
100 17 2



Walter Pridbadx,
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SKINNEES' COMPANY.



TO THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR
ENGLAND AND WALES.

In pursuance of a minute of the Board of the 2nd February
1863, 1 have inquired into the condition and circumstances



of the following charities under the manaffement of the
Skinners' Company, of the City of London, and I have stated
in the Report, under the head of each specific endowment,
the result of my investigation : —



The Free Grammar School (Tonbridge)
Fisher's Exhibition - - - -

Fisher's Charity - . . -

Sir Thomas Smith's Charity - - -

Lampard's Exhibition ...

Hunt's Charity . - - .

Sir A. Judd's Almshouses and Alice Smith's

Gift

Newberry's Charities - . -

Spurling's Charity - - - -

Awdcley's Gif t . . . .

Blundell's Gift - . - .

Sir J. Lancaster's Gift - - -



^'


Meredith's Gift


333


J. Draper's Gift


333


N. Jennings' Gift


333


Atwell'sGift.


335


Mrs. Clarke's Gift -


337


Sir W. Dixie's Gift -




Stoddard's Charity -


338


J. Bush's Charity -


340


Lewis' Exhibition


340


Manning's Gift


340


Fletcher's Gift


340


Wilkinson's Gift


340


Sir W. Alleyn's Gift -



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341
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343
343
343
343



The Skinners' Company is composed of the master, four
wardens, and court of assistants of about 30 members.
The coiirt of assistants are self chosen from the livery.
The number of the livery are at present It

is impossible to ascertain the number of freemen.

The title of the Company is, " The Master, Wardens, and
" Commonalty of the Mystery of the Skinners of London,
" of the Body of Christ.^'

The Frrb Grammar School at Tonbridge.

Sir Andrew Judd, by his will of the 2nd September
1568, gave to the Company, for the maintenance of a free
grammar school erectea by him, several messuages and
tenements in the county of Middlesex and the City of
London : the said Company to retain for their pains 40s,
yearly, and pay to the almspeople of St. Helen's lOZ. 8«.
yearly, and for coals to sucn almspeople 1/. 55. 4d. ; the
residue of the rents to be employed in needful reparations
of the messuages, and the overplus for the use of the Company
at their wills and pleasures.

The grammar school referred to in the will was founded
by letters patent of the 7th of Edward VI. (1553), whereby
it was ordained that there should be one grammar school
at Tonbridge, to be called the Free Granmiar School of Sir
Andrew Judd, for the education, institution, and instruction
of boys and youths in grammar, to continue for ever under
one master and one usher, and the said Company to be
incorporated by the name ot the Governors of the possessions,
revenues, and goods of " the Free Grammar Scnool of Sir
Andrew Judd."

This institution became the subject of the suit which
(after the report of the Conmiissioners of Inquiry, Vol. L,
p. 14r9-156) was instituted by the Attorney General, at the
relation of the Rev. Charles Hardinge and others, against
the Skinners' Company, which has been reported in the 5th
Maddock's. Reports, p. 173, and on appeal in Jacob's
Reports, p. 629. Bj the decree, as varied on appeal, it was
declared that certam property, described as having been
purchased of Gates and Thorogood, was vested in the
defendants in their special corporate character as governors
of the said grammar school, and not under the effiect of the
instrument mentioned as the will, but upon a trust previously
and duly declcured thereof by Sir A. Judd, and it was
referred to the master to approve of a scheme for the estab-
lishment of the school, having regard to the then annual
rents of the said estates.

The estate of the charity consists of the property in the
City of London, herein-after mentioned, and the Sandhills
estate, on the south side of the New Road in the parish of
St. Pancras, extending from Tonbridge Street on the east,
to Burton Street on the west, and Leigh Street on the
south. It was given under the description of " a dose of
"pasture with the appurtenances called the Sandhills,



" situate, lying, and being on the back side of Holbom, in
** the parish of St. Pancras, in the county of Middlesex,
** being of the yearly value of 13/. Ss. Sd, " and it at present
includes Burton Street, Crescent Place, Chapel Place, Cres-
cent Mews, south and north. Burton Crescent, Mabledon
Place, Leigh Street, Sandwich Street, Thanet Street, Judd
Street, Hastings Street, Claremont Place, Bidborough
Street, Tonbridge Street, and the houses on the south side
of the New Road from Mabledon Place to Tonbridge Street.
The particulars of the property was found and set forth
in the report of the master in the above-mentioned cause,
dated l3th Jul^ 1825. The London property has since
undergone considerable change, owing to exchanges with
another charity, effected under the order of the court.

By an order in the cause. Attorney General v. the
Skinners' Company, of the 4th December 1840, it was
referred to the master to inquire whether it would be for
the benefit of the school that the exchange of the premises
in Leadenhall Market should be carried mto effect, and as
to raising a fund for re-building certain houses in the
market. By the master's report of the 25th Januaiy 1S41,
after finding the respective portions of the property which
belonged to the School Charity and to Alice Smith's
Charity, and the necessity for the reasons therein mentioned
to pull down part of the Herb Market and other buildings
therein mentioned, and to dedicate a part of the centre of
the said market to the use of the public, he found that the
Skinners' Company proposed to give up a portion of income
of Alice Smith's estate (therein descnbed as the estate of
the Skinners* Company) and he approved of the exchange
as therein mentioned. By an order of the 5th February
1841 the report was confirmed, and it was ordered that the
Skinners' Company should take for their own use and
benefit the plot in the centre of the nuirket therein men-
tioned, which belonged to the School Charity, and that
they should give over to and convey to the School Chajity
land to the same extent.

This order, in which the Company is expressed to take
the land for their own use and nenefit, must of course be
understood in their capacity of governors of Alice Smith's
Charity. The exchange was carried into effect by a deed
dated 1st April 1841, made between the Skiimers' Company
of the one part, and the governors of Tonbridge School of
the other part, aAd which was enrolled in the Court of
Chanceiy the 24th April 1841.

The following tables exhibit the present rental and,
lettings of the Charity estates. The first part relates to
the property in the parish of AUhallows, Lombard Street,
in the City of London, which was apportioned to the Ton-
bridge School Charity under the decree and master's report
refemd to above and in nay report on Sir A. Judd's Alms-
houses and Alice Smith's uift, and the second part consists
of the St. Pancras estate.

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No. 1, Skinnen' Plaoe, Leadenhall Market,
now let to Mrs. Lambert on leaae for 21
years, from Lady Day 1848 - - 60

No. 2, Skinners' Place, LeadenHall Market,
let to — Lane for 21 years, from Christ-
mas 1861 .... 50

The above property, which was appor-
tioned to Alice Smith's Charity, has been
acquired by the Tonbridge School Charitv
under the order of the court of the 5tn
February 1841, and the deed of the Ist
April 1841, hereln-before mentioned.

No. 4, BuU's Head Passage, Leadenhall
Market, "The Green Dragon," public-
house, let to — Harris for 21 years, from
Christmas 1862 - - - - 200

No. 3, Bull's Head Passage, Leadenhall
Market, let to — Kennett for 21years, from
Lad/ Day 1861 ... - 60

No. 2, Bull's Head Passage, Leadenhall
Market, let to — Thomhill for 21 years,
from Christmas 1861 - - - 50

No. 1, Bull's Head Passage, Leadenhall
Market, let to — Hall for 14 years, from
Christmas 1862 - - - 50

No. 80, Graoechurch Street, and warehouse
behind, let to — Kirby for 21 years, from
Lady Day 1853 - - - 250

No. 81, Gracechurch Street, and warehouse
behind, let to — Crawford, from Lady
Day 1853 - - - - 230

No. 82, Gracechurch Street, and warehouse
behind, let to — Ray, from Lady Day
1854 for 21 years - - - 210



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The property in hand at Tonbridge consists of a chapeL
recently built by subscription, of the school house, of the



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