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Charitable accounts of the Drapers' Company

Pages 216-222

City of London Livery Companies Commission. Report; Volume 4. Originally published by Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, 1884.

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DRAPERS' COMPANY.

(Copy Charitable Accounts for 1881.)

Lady Askew's Trust.

Dr.

1881. £ s. d.
To one year's income 45 0 0
" property tax returned 1 2 0
" balance carried forward 583 12 11
629 14 11

Cr.

1881. £ s. d.
By balance carried forward 401 19 4
" cash paid pensions to almspeople 216 0 0
" " medicine and attendance 10 0 0
" " almspeople on annual visitation 0 15 0
" property tax allowed 1 0 7
629 14 11

Sir Thomas Adam's Trust.

1881 £ s. d.
To one year's income 40 0 0
" property tax returned 1 0 0
41 0 0
1881. £ s. d.
By balance brought forward 0 5 0
" cash paid Arabic lecturer, one year 40 0 0
" balance carried forward 0 15 0
41 0 0

Robert Buck's Trust.

1881 £ s. d.
To balance brought forward 397 0 7
" one year's income 286 8 0
" property tax returned 2 3 9
685 12 4
1881 £ s. d.
By cash paid poor of Stansted 27 3 3
" " surveyor's charges 4 0 0
" wardens, clerk, beadle, and porter of the Company 2 0 0
" cash paid land agent's charges 6 0 0
" allowance to R. Idenden, farm tenant 50 0 0
" property tax account 5 12 6
" balance carried forward 590 16 7
685 12 4

Sir William Boreman's Trust.

1881. £ s. d.
To balance brought forward 1,071 13 1
" sundry accounts for one year's rents and income 1,027 1 3
" William Clavill's Trust for proportion of expenses 2 13 4
" property tax returned 23 5 8
2,124 13 4
1881 £ s. d.
By cash paid for 1,065l. Reduced Annuities 1,071 13 1
" allowances to tenants for land tax, &c. 37 12 0
" clerk of the Drapers' Company 8 0 0
" property tax account 19 9 8
" balance brought forward 987 18 7
2,124 13 4

Francis Bancroft's Trust.

1881 £ s. d.
To one year's income 5,312 19
" cash received from J. J. Thorneycroft for purchase of property at Chiswick 3,000 0 0
" cash received from sundries sold by the matron 19 13 7
" cash received from property tax returned 118 14 2
8,451 6
1881 £ s. d.
By balance brought forward 348 0 2
" cash paid for masters' salaries 1,067 10 0
" " books and stationery 76 14 8
" " apprentice and other gifts 45 19 3
" " school visitation and other expenses 11 7 6
" " examiner and examination expenses 23 2 0
" " housekeeping and victualling expenses of school 1,248 14 10
" " washing for the school 205 12 8
" " clothes and boots for the school 486 19 1
" " linen, &c. for the school 93 13 11
" " coals for the school 64 1 11
" " rates, taxes, and insurance for the school 205 10 9
" " medical attendance and medicine 105 0 0
" " gas and lighting 57 13 9
" " repairs and works 250 7 11
" " pensions to almsmen 190 10 0
" " gowns for almsmen 9 12 0
" " coals for " 9 15 0
" " donations to " 6 14 3
" " chapel clerk and gatekeeper 24 16 6
" " law costs 3 11 4
" " land agent's charges 42 0 0
" " " extra 13 0 0
" " advertisements 3 15 1
" " incidentals 19 13 7
" allowances to tenants and land tax 517 14 10¼
" rents written off irrecoverable 41 10 0
" official trustees for investment in Consols of cash received from J. J. Thorneycroft 2,976 7 4
" clerk and accountant of the Company 21 10 0
" property tax account 104 0 9
" balance carried forward 176 7 8
8,451 6

Sir Thomas Cullum's Trust.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 324 5 1
" cash received from railway companies for return of fees paid to Messrs. Clarke, I'Anson, and Ellis re Minories property 172 19 6
" do. Drapers Company's surveyor's charges do. 31 10 0
" property tax returned 7 10 0
536 4 7

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. By balance brought forward 24 15 9
" cash paid, his gift to Hawstead 5 10 0
" " " Allhallows, Lombard Street 5 10 0
" " " St. Thomas's Hospital 5 0 0
" " " Bethlem Hospital 3 0 0
" " " prison charities, one year's gift 6 0 0
" " wardens and clerk of the Company 2 10 0
" " poor of the Company 5 0 0
" " law costs 2 15 10
" property tax allowed 3 0 6
" balance to account of the Company 473 2 6
536 4 7

Christopher Clarke's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 632 8 10
property tax returned 10 9 5
642 18 3
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid wardens' clerk and other officers of the Drapers' Company 1 6 8
" property tax allowed 9 14 2
" poor of the Company for balance 631 17 5
642 18 3

William Clavill's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance brought forward 225 2 1
" one year's income 237 14 6
property tax returned 5 8 10
468 5 5
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid for 223l. 14s. 2d. Reduced Annuities 225 2 1
" Sir William Boreman's Trust for proportion of this year's expenses 2 13 4
" property tax allowed 5 8 10
" balance carried forward 235 1 2
468 5 5

Henry Colbron's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance brought forward 53 8 9
one year's income 105 0 0
158 8 9
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid master of Kirkham school, half-year 34 15 0
" " poor of Kirkham 5 10 0
" " master of Goosnargh school 25 0 0
" " poor of Goosnargh 5 0 0
" balance carried forward 88 3 9
158 8 9

Thomas Corney's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 1,027 5 4
" balance of last year's account, paid by the Drapers' Company 2,296 9 11
" property tax returned 25 13 7
Balance carried forward 2,080 4 6
5,429 13 4
£ s. d.
1881. By balance brought forward 2,296 9 11
" cash paid, rates and taxes 46 15 0
" " books and stationery 95 17 5
" " salaries to governors 419 5 0
" " housekeeping, to victualling and expenses of the girls 658 18 9
" " insurance 6 16 9
" " clothes and shoes for the girls 154 4 7
" " medical attendance and medicine 45 5 0
" " garden expenses 4 19 5
" " buildings, works, and repairs 1,243 6 4
" " for furniture 148 12 6
" " gas 73 2 3
" " coals and wood 43 12 6
" " washing 108 2 2
" " expenses of examination 33 7 11
" " law charges
" " incidental expenses 25 4 3
" property tax allowed 25 13 7
5,429 13 4

Henry Dixon's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance brought forward 1,027 0
" one year's income 1,282 8 5
" property tax returned 28 17 7
2,338 6
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid for placing out Buckingham, Hills, Phillips, Griffiths, Cushway, Sims, Beaven, Roberts, Talmage, Freeborn, Longhurst, Swaits, Taylor, Fairburn, Laming, Dixon, Stoneham, Carter, Davies, Clarke, Cutler, Bromley, Le Marechel, Maye, Wheatley, Richball, Panting, Chumbley, Castlemann, Palwer, Casey, Terrell, Mortimer, Setford, Aylott, Wallington, Bloyd, Boncher, Milborough, Cull, Slaughter, Hurren, Platt, Hicks, and Fitzowen 950 0 0
" " after gifts to Jackman and Burnett 20 0 0
" " annual gift to St. Catherine, Colman 5 0 0
" " 496l. 18s. Reduced Three per Cent. Annuities 500 0 0
" " annual gift to Bennington National School 5 0 0
" " law costs 4 1
£ s. d.
" " land surveyors 24 0 0
" " extra services 22 11 9
46 11 9
" allowance to tenants 25 0 0
" rent written off irrecoverable (Matthew) 12 12 6
" clerk of the Drapers' Company 30 0 0
" property tax allowed 13 6 11
" balance carried forward 726 13
2,338 6

William Dummer's Trust.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 13 18 4
13 18 4

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid poor of the Drapers' Company 13 0 0
" " wardens and clerk of the Company 0 18 4
13 18 4

John Edmanson's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance brought forward 965 11 2
" one year's income 1,314 0 11
" W. Bonallack, additional rent 6 5 0
" property tax returned 20 1 10
2,305 18 11
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid pensions to almspeople 754 0 0
" " allowance to warden of almshouses 10 0 0
" " medical attendance 28 0 0
" " rates, taxes, and insurance 74 11 5
" " repairs to almshouses 117 13 8
" " 695l. 13s. 2d. Reduced Annuities 700 0 0
" " surveyor's charges 25 0 0
" " law costs 24 0 5
" " chaplain 33 6 8
" " cleaning chapel 1 4 0
" " gas 4 7 7
" " coals for almspeople 58 10 0
" " almspeople on annual visitation 3 12 6
" " printing 8 16 0
" " advertisements 41 4 7
" " wardens and clerk of the Company 5 0 0
" property tax allowed 18 3 11
" for old materials retained at Betts Street 15 0 0
" clock winder 2 5 0
" balance carried forward 381 3 2
2,305 18 11

Jonathan Granger's Trust (for the Blind).

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 140 4 8
£ s. d.
1881. By balance forward 140 4 8

Jonathan Granger's Trust (for Apprentices).

£ s. d.
1881. To balance brought forward 340 13 8
" one year's income 62 15 8
" property tax returned 4 18 9
408 8 1
£ s. d.
1881. By property tax allowed 4 18 9
" balance carried forward 403 9 4
408 8 1

Thomas Howell's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance forward 740 19 11
" one year's income 6,539 16 6
" old materials (14, Austin Friars) 98 10 0
" property tax returned 147 1 10
7,526 8 3
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid one year's land tax 73 0 10
" " remitted governors of Denbigh School 2,000 0 0
" " remitted governors of Llandaff School 3,000 0 0
" cash paid for clothing for girls at Denbigh 66 9 11
" " " " Llandaff 41 6 0
" " pension to Mrs. Booth, three-quarter years 37 10 0
" " pension to Miss Corner, one year 30 0 0
" " " Miss Baldwin, half-year 15 0 0
" " gratuity to Miss Haynes 160 0 0
" " " Miss H. Ewing 40 0 0
" " quit rents 1 5 4
" " insurance on schools 27 0 0
" " " 24, Austin Friars 7 17 6
" " on account of building at Llandaff 80 0 0
" " repairs 1 7 6
" " surveyor 25 0 0
" " visitation expenses, Llandaff School 21 2 6
" " visit to farms in Kent 2 15 0
" " printing 8 14 0
" " advertisements 119 15 0
" " grants out of Portion and Endowment Fund, viz.:—
Miss E. M. Rees £60 0 0
" M. E. Harrison 50 0 0
" E. D. Cheshire 60 0 0
" M. E. Vernon 20 0 0
" E. Eyre 40 0 0
230 0 0
" " governesses' travelling expenses 23 12 6
" " clerk of the Drapers' Company 326 19 9
" " land agent's charges 51 6 9
" cash allowance to tenants 161 16 6
" " property tax allowed 164 3 9
" " balance forward 810 5 5
7,526 8 3

Hibbins' and Rainies' Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 20 0 0
£ s d
1881. By cash paid poor of the Drapers' Company 20 0 0

Samuel Harwar's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 555 7 6
" cash received for property tax returned 1 0 8
556 8 2
£ s. d.
1881. By balance brought forward 99 12 1
" cash paid pensions 404 9 0
" " surveyor 1 0 8
" " land agent 7 0 0
" " clerk of the Drapers' Company 5 0 0
" allowance to tenant 20 0 0
" property tax allowed 1 0 8
" balance carried forward 18 5 9
556 8 2

Sir John Jolles' Trust.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance brought forward 52 11 10
" one year's income 529 12 0
" property tax returned 13 4 8
595 8 6

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid pensions to almspeople 201 12 0
" " masters at Bow School 200 0 0
" " rates, taxes, and gas, ditto 29 6 10
" " insurance, ditto 1 4 9
" " examiner at the school 21 0 0
" " almspeople, on annual visitation 1 0 0
" " coals, for school and almshouses 10 14 6
" " law costs 4 19 0
" " chaplain at almshouses 8 6 8
" " medical attendance 9 6 8
" " repairs for school and almshouses 25 5 10
" " surveyor's charges 10 0 0
" property tax allowed 12 3 0
" balance carried forward 60 9 3
595 8 6

John Kendrick's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881 To balance brought forward 12 17 9
one year's income 768 5 4
" cash received for property tax returned 19 17 1
801 0 2
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid minister of St. Christopher le Stocks 192 1 4
" " poor of ditto 61 9 3
" " gift to poor freemen 192 1 4
" " one year's gift to prison charities 291 4 3
" " warden and clerk of the Drapers' Company 61 9 2
" " surveyor's charges 8 0 0
" property tax allowed 18 6 10
" balance carried forward 6 0 8
801 0 2

Joseph Macey's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 32 11 2
" property tax returned 0 10 5
33 1 7
£ s. d.
1881. By cash, paid poor in Queen Elizabeth's College 32 11 2
" property tax allowed 0 10 5
33 1 7

Sir John Milburn's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 200 0 0
" Drapers' Company, for sundry gifts 22 10 0
" property tax returned 5 0 0
" Drapers' Company for balance 147 6 8
374 16 8
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid pensions to almspeople 242 0 0
" " medical attendance 20 0 0
" " almspeople, on annual visitation 1 5 0
" " surveyor's charges 7 0 0
" property tax allowed 4 11 8
374 16 8

Loans to Freemen.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance brought forward 3,411 10 6
£ s. d.
1881. To balance carried forward 3,411 10 6

Richard Ogborne's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 35 14 6
" property tax returned 0 17 10
36 12 4
£ s. d.
1881. By property tax, allowed 0 17 10
" balance due to account of prison charities 35 14 6
36 12 4

Oakingham Hospital Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance brought forward 21 0 11
" one year's income 655 6 8
" property tax returned 6 14 1
683 1 8
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid master and brethren 394 19 5
" " repairs and works 41 17 1
" " land agent's charges 30 18 9
" " fuel for the brethren 21 16 0
" " advertisements 6 11 3
" " clerk of the Company 1 10 0
" property tax allowed 8 11 7
" allowed farm tenants 45 7 6
" balance forward 131 9 9
683 1 8

Samuel Pennoyer's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance brought forward 699 12
" one year's income 1,541 17 6
" property tax returned 12 0 9
2,253 11
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid placing out Bloyd Frarey, Gillett, Cox, Driffield, Raynham, Ballard, Bond, Whitmore, Carye, Waghorn, Dowsing, West, Reddall, Roberts, Keys, Crœser, Chadwick, Baker, Weale, Abbott, Gordon, Painter, Burrell, Irwin, Nirontsos, Carter, and Williams 1,166 13 4
" " lecture at St. Stephen's, Bristol 50 0 0
" " law costs 2 13 4
" " clerk, beadle, and porters of the Company 20 0 0
" property tax allowed 12 0 9
" balance carried forward 1,002 3
2,253 11

John Pemel's Trust.

Dr.

1881. £ s. d.
To one year's income 137 4 0
" property tax returned 2 2 3
" balance forward 234 10 5
373 16 8

Cr.

1881. £ s. d.
By balance forward 218 17 1
" cash paid pensions to almspeople 75 12 0
" " chaplain 8 6 8
" " rates and taxes 17 2 3
" " insurance 0 15 0
" " surveyor's charges 4 0 0
" " coals for almspeople 11 14 0
" " medical attendance 4 13 4
" " repairs and works 8 0 8
" " visitation gifts 0 15 0
" " cloaks for almspeople 4 7 2
4 11 3
" " attendant on Ruth Gibbons, an inmate of the almshouses 12 0 0
" " clerk of the Drapers' Company 1 0 0
" property tax allowed 2 2 3
373 16 8

Elizabeth's College Trust.

1881. £ s. d.
To balance brought forward 994 4 11
" one year's income 2,147 5 11
" sales of timber 700 0 0
" property tax returned 47 0 4
3,888 11 2
1881. £ s. d.
By cash paid pensions to almspeople 1,080 0 0
" " wardens for reading prayers 7 16 0
" " almspeople on annual visitation 21 0 0
" " repairs to almshouses 196 1 3
" " rates and taxes 84 7 6
" " insurance 5 14 0
" " gas 6 1 10
" " cleaning chapel 9 19 0
" " winding and repairing clock 5 5 0
" " surveyor's charges 35 0 0
" " law costs 13 19 2
" " coals for almspeople 79 19 0
" " chaplain 52 10 0
" " surplice for chaplain 2 5 0
" " medical attendance on almspeople 55 0 0
" " gardener 12 0 0
" " for £ Reduced Annuities 500 0 0
£ s. d.
" " land agent 54 0 0
extra charges and commission on sale of timber 186 0 0
240 2 8
" " allowed tenants for insurance 9 8 3
" " " " repairs 30 6 2
39 14 5
" rent written off being irrecoverable 49 0 0
" wardens and clerk of the Drapers' Company 107 0 6
" property tax allowed 45 12 6
" balance carried forward 1,240 3 4
3,888 11 2

Thomas Russell's Trust (Deed).

1881. £ s. d.
To one year's income 51 7 10
" cash received for property tax returned 1 4 10
" balance carried forward 747 4 0
799 16 8
1881. £ s. d.
By balance brought forward 773 4 2
" cash paid master of Barton School 19 0 0
" " poor of Barton 2 12 0
" " one year's gift to Shoreditch 2 1 8
" land tax allowed to tenant 1 9 0
" property tax allowed 1 9 10
799 16 8

Thomas Russell's Trust (Will).

1881. £ s. d.
To balance brought forward 449 19 6
" one year's income 878 8 2
" cash received for property tax returned 21 17 11
1,350 5 7
1881. £ s. d.
By cash paid poor of the Company 762 10 0
" " surveyor's charges 8 0 0
" " clerk of the Company 20 0 0
" property tax allowed 20 1 3
" balance carried forward 539 14 4
1,350 5 7

John Rainey's Trust.

1881. £ s. d.
2,008 14 6
49 15 5
2,058 9 11
1881. £ s. d.
By cash paid lecture of Worsboro' 50 0 0
" " " St. Michael's 40 0 0
" " allowance for candles 8 0 0
" " surveyor 15 0 0
" " wardens of the Drapers Company 2 0 0
" property tax allowed 45 13 11
" poor of the Drapers' Company for balance 1,897 16 0
2,058 9 11

Theophilus Royley's Trust.

1881. £ s. d.
To balance brought forward 276 6 6
" one year's income 117 10 0
" cash received for property tax returned 2 18 9
396 15 3
1881. £ s. d.
By cash paid for placing out Arthur Christopher and Underwood 65 0 0
" " poor of the Company 40 0 0
" " minister and clerk of Bow Church 3 0 0
" " wardens and clerk of the Drapers' Company 17 0 0
" property tax allowed 2 16 5
" balance carried forward 268 18 10
396 15 3

John Stock's Trust.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 6 0 0
cash received for property tax returned 0 3 0
6 3 0

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid poor of the Drapers' Company 6 0 0
" property tax allowed 0 3 0
6 3 0

St. Mary, Newington's, Almshouses.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance carried forward 228 15
" one year's income 68 1 8
" property tax returned 1 14 0
" moiety of so much of John William's Trust as formerly belonged to Ann Mills 562 18 10
861 9
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid pensions to almspeople 396 18 4
" " repairs to almshouses 77 14 1
" " rates and taxes 18 10 5
" " insurance 0 18 0
" " coals for almspeople 31 4 0
" " medical attendance 20 0 0
" " almspeople on annual visitation 2 0 0
" " rector 3 3 0
" " clerk of the Drapers' Company 1 10 0
" property tax allowed 1 13 4
" balance carried forward 307 18
861 9

St. George's, Southwark, Almshouses.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance brought forward 187 7
" one year's income 28 12 6
" moiety of so much of Walters' Trust as formerly belonged to Ann Mills 562 18 10
" property tax returned 0 14 3
779 12 10½
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid pensions to almspeople 403 4 0
" " coals for almshouses 31 4 0
" " vestry clerk 12 2 0
" " clerk and sexton 0 13 0
" " insurance of almshouses 1 2 6
" " rates and taxes 18 8 0
" " medical attendance 20 0 0
" " gardener 8 0 0
" " almspeople on annual visitation 2 0 0
" " repairs to almshouses 102 11 6
" property tax allowed 0 14 3
" balance carried forward 179 13
779 12 10½

Sundry Small Charities.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income of Frances Clarke's Charity 13 4 6
£ s. d.
1881. To one year of Deacle's Charity 5 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. To one year of Hollis' Charity 5 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. To one year of John and Alice Walter's Charity 24 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. To one year of Blundell's Charity 10 0 0
10 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. To one year of John Stocker's Charity 3 14 0
3 14 0
£ s. d.
1881. To one year of Sir E. Barteham's Charity, less 1l. 6s. 8d. land tax 5 6 8
" balance out of the cash of the Company 1 6 8
6 13 4
£ s. d.
1881. To one year of Parker's Charity 6 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. To one year of Laurence Camb's Charity 5 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. To one year of Samuel Starling's Charity 4 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. To one year of Lady Bailey's Charity 4 6 8
£ s. d.
1881. To one year of Agnes Smith's Charity 2 10 0
£ s. d.
1881. To one year of Robert Thorogood's Charity 4 6 8
4 6 8
£ s. d.
1881. By balance carried to prison charities 13 4 6
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid poor of the Drapers' Company 5 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid poor of the Drapers' Company 5 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid poor in Shoreditch Almshouses 24 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid masters and wardens of the 'Drapers' Company 8 0 0
" balance carried to prison charities 2 0 0
10 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid St. Mary Abchurch 2 0 0
" " master and wardens of the Drapers Company 0 5 0
" balance carried to prison charities 1 9 0
3 14 0
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid poor of the Drapers' Company 6 0 0
" " clerk and beadle " 0 13 4
6 13 4
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid parish of St. Antholin 6 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid poor of the Drapers' Company 5 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid poor of the Drapers' Company 4 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid parish of St. Michael Royal 4 6 1
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid parish of Shoreditch 2 11 0
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid poor of the Drapers' Company 4 0 0
" " master, wardens, clerk, and beadle of Drapers' Company 0 6 8
4 6 8

William Tarn's Trust.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 12 0 0
" property tax returned 0 6 0
12 6 0

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid one year's gift to Newbiggen 11 0 0
" " Drapers' Company 1 0 0
" property tax account 0 6 0
12 6 0

John Walters' Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To one year's income 1,254 16 0
" property tax returned 26 3 11
1,280 19 11
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid one year's rentcharge 0 12 4
" " one gift to Hereford 20 0 0
" " surveyor's charges 30 0 0
" " gifts to almspeople on visitation 1 0 0
" " Shoreditch almspeople 7 11 0
" " poor of the Company 6 13 4
" " land agent's charges 5 0 0
" " wardens, clerk, and beadle of the Company 59 18 0
" property tax allowed 24 7 7
" balance to St. George's, Southwark, and St. Mary, Newington, Almshouses 1,125 17 8
1,280 19 11

Samuel Whitbread's Trust.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance brought forward 25 0 0
" one year's income 25 0 0
" property tax returned 0 12 9
50 12 9
£ s. d.
1881. By property tax allowed 0 12 9
" balance carried forward 50 0 0
50 12 9

Prison Charities.

£ s. d.
1881. To balance forward 472 16 0
" one year's income as under, viz.:— To John Kendrick's Gift 286 15 3
" Frances Clarke's " 13 4 6
" Peter Blundell's " 2 0 0
" John Stocker's " 1 9 0
" Sir Thos. Cullum's " 6 0 0
" Richard Ogborne's " 35 14 6
" interest on deposit account 14 1 11
832 1 2
£ s. d.
1881. By cash paid School Board for London as under, viz.:—
4th annual payment for 2 scholarships 85 0 0
3rd " 3 " 97 10 0
2nd " 5 " 125 0 0
1st " 4 " 80 0 0
" balance forward 444 11 2
832 1 2