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Charitable accounts of the Vintners' Company

Pages 557-571

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

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VINTNERS' COMPANY.

Charitable Accounts.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Blundell's Gift," in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Sums Received. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
A charge upon the freehold property of the Vintners' Company in respect of a gift of Peter Blundell. 2 0 0 None. 2 0 0 2 0 0

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. Oct. To Vintners' Company 2 0 0

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881. Oct. The Treasurer of Bridewell 2 0 0

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. Oct. To Vintners' Company 2 0 0

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. Oct. By poor in Bridewell, per the Treasurer 2 0 0

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Alderman Lucas' Gift," in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners, of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. In whose name invested. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Sums Received. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
604l. 7s. 10d. New Two and a half per cents, being the produce of a gift of Alderman Lucas in the year 1839, of 500l. the interest thereof to be annually distributed to the almswomen inmates of the Almshouses. The Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the city of London. 15 2 2 None. 15 2 2 15 2 2

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. Jan. To half a year's dividend 7 11 1
July. Do. Do. 7 11 1
15 2 2

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881. Oct. 13. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 1 5 2
" Woods 1 5 2
" King 1 5 2
" Aitkin 1 5 2
" Shuckard 1 5 2
" Martin 1 5 2
" Wilcox 1 5 2
" Innes 1 5 2
" Hedges 1 5 2
" Adams 1 5 2
" Twiddy 1 5 2
" Schröder 1 5 4
15 2 2

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. Oct. To dividends 15 2 2

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. Oct. 13. By almswomen 15 2 2

I certify that this and the foregoing Statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Kenton's Gift" in the City of London of which the Trustees are The Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Sums Received. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
12l. 12s. per annum chargeable upon the Vintners' Company. 12 12 0 None. 12 12 0 12 12 0

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. June. To Vintners' Company 12 12 0
12 12 0

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881. June 15 Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 1 1 0
" Woods 1 1 0
" King 1 1 0
" Aitken 1 1 0
" Shuckard 1 1 0
" Martin 1 1 0
" Wilcox 1 1 0
" Innes 1 1 0
" Hedges 1 1 0
" Adams 1 1 0
" Twiddy 1 1 0
" Schröder 1 1 0
12 12 0

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. June. To Vintners' Company 12 12 0

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. June 15. By almswomen 12 12 0

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Tomlinson's Gift" in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Sums Received. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
3l. per annum assumed to be chargeable upon the Vintners' Company. 3 0 0 None. 3 0 0 3 0 0

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. Oct. To Vintners' Company 3 0 0
3 0 0

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881. Oct. 31st. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 0 5 0
" Woods 0 5 0
" King 0 5 0
" Aitkin 0 5 0
" Shuckard 0 5 0
" Martin 0 5 0
" Wilcox 0 5 0
" Innes 0 5 0
" Hedges 0 5 0
" Adams 0 5 0
" Twiddy 0 5 0
" Schröder 0 5 0
3 0 0

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. To Vintners' Company 3 0 0

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. By almswomen 3 0 0

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Jacob's Gift" in the City of London, of which the Trustees, are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year Ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. In whose Name Invested. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual. Income. Sums Received. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
A charge of 4l. 6s. 8d. per annum upon the rent and profits of an estate in Eastcheap devised to the Vintners' Company in the year 1609 and which was taken down under the London Bridge Approaches Act and the purchase money has been invested in Freehold Ground in Pilgrim Street, Blackfriars. The Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the mystery of Vintners of the City of London. 4 6 8 None. 4 6 8 4 6 8

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. July. To Vintners' Company 4 6 8
4 6 8

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881. July 30. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 0 7 3
" Woods 0 7 3
" King 0 7 3
" Aitkin 0 7 3
" Shuckard 0 7 3
" Martin 0 7 3
" Wilcox 0 7 3
" Innes 0 7 3
" Hedges 0 7 3
" Adams 0 7 3
" Twiddy 0 7 3
" Schröder 0 6 11
4 6 8

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. July. To Vintners' Company 4 6 8

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. July 30. By Almswomen 4 6 8

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Shuldham's Gift" in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. Tenants. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Sums receipted. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
2l. 16s. 4d. per annum chargeable upon a freehold held by the Vintners' Company part of their hall and offices in Upper Thames Street, London. The Vintners' Company. 2 16 4 None. 2 16 4 2 16 4

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. July. To Vintners' Company 2 16 4
2 16 4

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881. July 30. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 0 4 8
" Woods 0 4 8
" King 0 4 8
" Aitkin 0 4 8
" Shuckard 0 4 8
" Martin 0 4 8
" Wilcox 0 4 8
" Innes 0 4 8
" Hedges 0 4 8
" Adams 0 4 8
" Twiddy 0 4 8
" Schröder 0 5 0
2 16 4

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. July. To Vintners' Company 2 16 4

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. July 30th. By almswomen 2 16 4

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Mallowe's Gift" in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1882.

Description of Property. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Sums Received. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
5l. per annum assumed to be chargeable upon the Vintners' Company. 5 0 0 None. 5 0 0 5 0 0

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. July. To Vintners' Company 5 0 0
5 0 0

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881. July 30. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 0 8 4
" Woods 0 8 4
" King 0 8 4
" Aitkin 0 8 4
" Shuckard 0 8 4
" Martin 0 8 4
" Wilcox 0 8 4
" Innes 0 8 4
" Hedges 0 8 4
" Adams 0 8 4
" Twiddy 0 8 4
" Schröder 0 8 4
5 0 0

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. July. To Vintners' Company 5 0 0

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. July 30. By almswomen 5 0 0

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Gale's Gift," in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Sums Received. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
4l. per annum assumed to be charged upon the Vintners' Company. 4 0 0 None. 4 0 0 4 0 0

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. July. To Vintners' Company 4 0 0
4 0 0

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881. July 30. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 0 6 8
" Woods 0 6 8
" King 0 6 8
" Aitkin 0 6 8
" Shuckard 0 6 8
" Martin 0 6 8
" Wilcox 0 6 8
" Innes 0 6 8
" Hedges 0 6 8
" Adams 0 6 8
" Twiddy 0 6 8
" Schröder 0 6 8
4 0 0

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. July. To Vintners' Company 4 0 0

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. July 30. By Almswomen 4 0 0

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Hawkins' Gift," in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Sums Received. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
2l. per annum assumed to be chargeable upon the Vintners' Company. 2 0 0 None. 2 0 0 2 0 0

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. July. To Vintners' Company 2 0 0
2 0 0

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881. July 31. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 0 3 4
" Woods 0 3 4
" King 0 3 4
" Aitkin 0 3 4
" Shuckard 0 3 4
" Martin 0 3 4
" Wilcox 0 3 4
" Innes 0 3 4
" Hedges 0 3 4
" Adams 0 3 4
" Twiddy 0 3 4
" Schroder 0 3 4
2 0 0

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. To Vintners' Company 2 0 0

Cr.

£ s. d.
July 31. By almswomen 2 0 0

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Kennett's Gift," in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Sums Received. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
2l. per annum chargeable upon the Vintners' Company. 2 0 0 None. 2 0 0 2 0 0

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. July. To Vintners' Company 2 0 0
2 0 0

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881. July 30. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 0 3 4
" Woods 0 3 4
" King 0 3 4
" Aitkin 0 3 4
" Shuckard 0 3 4
" Martin 0 3 4
" Wilcox 0 3 4
" Innes 0 3 4
" Hedges 0 3 4
" Adams 0 3 4
" Twiddy 0 3 4
" Schröder 0 3 4
2 0 0

Balance Sheet.

£ s. d.
1881. July. To Vintners' Company 2 0 0
£ s. d.
1881. July 30. By Almswomen 2 0 0

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Flower's Gift," in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called "The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Sums Received. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
10l. per annum assumed to be chargeable upon the Vintners' Company. 10 0 0 None. 10 0 0 10 0 0

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881 June To Vintners' Company 5 0 0
July " " 5 0 0
10 0 0

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881. June 30. Paid almswomen, viz.:
Mrs. Padgett 0 8 4
" Woods 0 8 4
" King 0 8 4
" Aitkin 0 8 4
" Shuckard 0 8 4
" Martin 0 8 4
" Wilcox 0 8 4
" Innes 0 8 4
" Hedges 0 8 4
" Adams 0 8 4
" Twiddy 0 8 4
" Schröder 0 8 4
July 30. " Padgett 0 8 4
" Woods 0 8 4
" King 0 8 4
" Aitkin 0 8 4
" Shuckard 0 8 4
" Martin 0 8 4
" Wilcox 0 8 4
" Innes 0 8 4
" Hedges 0 8 4
" Adams 0 8 4
" Twiddy 0 8 4
" Schröder 0 8 4
10 0 0

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

1881. £ s. d.
To Vintners' Company 10 0 0

Cr.

1881. £ s. d.
By Almswomen 10 0 0

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas, Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Pierpoint's Gift" in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London commonly called " The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Sums Received. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
6l. per annum chargeable upon the Vintners' Company. 6 0 0 None. 6 0 0 6 0 0

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. Mar. To Vintners' Company 1 10 0
June. Do. do. 1 10 0
Sept. Do. do. 1 10 0
Dec. Do. do. 1 10 0
6 0 0

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881. Mar. 31. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 0 2 6
" Woods 0 2 6
" King 0 2 6
" Aitkin 0 2 6
" Shuckard 0 2 6
" Martin 0 2 6
" Wilcox 0 2 6
" Innes 0 2 6
" Hedges 0 2 6
" Adams 0 2 6
" Twiddy 0 2 6
" Schröder 0 2 6
June 30. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 0 2 6
" Woods 0 2 6
" King 0 2 6
" Aitkin 0 2 6
" Shuckard 0 2 6
" Martin 0 2 6
" Wilcox 0 2 6
" Innes 0 2 6
" Hedges 0 2 6
" Adams 0 2 6
" Twiddy 0 2 6
" Schrouml;der 0 2 6
Sept. 30. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 0 2 6
" Woods 0 2 6
" King 0 2 6
" Aitkin 0 2 6
" Shuckard 0 2 6
" Martin 0 2 6
" Wilcox 0 2 6
" Innes 0 2 6
" Hedges 0 2 6
" Adams 0 2 6
" Twiddy 0 2 6
" Schröder 0 2 6
Dec. 31. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 0 2 6
" Woods 0 2 6
" King 0 2 6
" Aitkin 0 2 6
" Shuckard 0 2 6
" Martin 0 2 6
" Wilcox 0 2 6
" Innes 0 2 6
" Hedges 0 2 6
" Adams 0 2 6
" Twiddy 0 2 6
" Schröder 0 2 6
6 0 0

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. To Vintners' Company 6 0 0

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. By Almswomen 6 0 0

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct.

Dated this 24th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas, Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Mervayle's and other Gifts" in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called " The Vintners' Company." For the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Income and Revenue for the Year ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. Tenants. Term. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Arrears due 31st Dec. 1880. Sums Received. Arrears due 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
A freehold messuage or tenement, buildings, and premises, standing and being on the north side of Lombard Street, in the parish of St. Edmund the King, in the city of London, and forming part of the banking establishment of Messrs. Barclay & Co. Robert Cooper Lee Bevan, Henry Tritton, Joseph Gurney Barclay, and Francis Augustus Bevan. 99 years from Michaelmas 1862, at a rent of 900l. per annum. 900 0 0 None. 900 0 0 450 0 0 900 0 0 450 0 0
Skidmore's Gift 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0
Bullock's Gift 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0
Cox's Gift 2 10 0 2 10 0 2 10 0
Young's Gift 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0
Stowell's Gift 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. Feb. 17. To Messrs. Barclay & Co. for half a year's rent to Christmas 1880 450 0 0
July 22. " Messrs. Barclay & Co. for half a year's rent to Midsummer 1881 450 0 0
" Vintner's Company Skidmore's Gift 1 0 0
" Do. Bullock's Gift 1 0 0
" Do. Cox's Gift 2 10 0
" Do. Young's Gift 3 0 0
" Do. Stowell's 1 0 0
Carried forward £908 10 0
1881. Brought forward 908 10 0
Carried forward £908 10 0
1881. Brought forward 908 10 0
Carried forward £908 10 0
Brought forward 908 10 0
Carried forward £908 10 0
1881. Brought forward 908 10 0
Carried forward £908 10 0
1881. Brought forward 908 10 0
908 10 0

Expenditure.

£ s. d. £ s. d.
1881. Jan. 31. By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 2 5 0
" Woods 2 5 0
" King 2 5 0
" Aitkin 2 5 0
" Shuckard 2 5 0
" Martin 2 5 0
" Wilcox 2 5 0
" Innes 2 5 0
" Hedges 2 5 0
" Adams 2 5 0
" Twiddy 2 5 0
" Schröder 2 5 0
27 0 0
Feb. 28. By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 2 5 0
" Woods 2 5 0
" King 2 5 0
" Aitkin 2 5 0
" Shuckard 2 5 0
" Martin 2 5 0
" Wilcox 2 5 0
" Innes 2 5 0
" Hedges 2 5 0
" Adams 2 5 0
" Twiddy 2 5 0
" Schröder 2 5 0
27 0 0
Mar. 2. By decayed members, viz.:—
Edward G. Cuff 7 10 0
William James 7 10 0
Edward James 7 10 0
John Laport 7 10 0
James Law 4 0 0
Thomas Twiddy 4 0 0
Henry Shank 4 0 0
Thomas Wallace 4 0 0
John Ramsay 2 10 0
George F. Crespin 2 10 0
William Payne 2 10 0
Alfred B. Lambe 2 10 0
Josh. H. Houseman 2 10 0
Sidney G. Bower 2 2 0
Edward Imms 2 2 0
Edward Hart 2 2 0
64 16 0
" By quarterly applicant poor, viz.:—
Sarah Lingham 3 13 6
Sophia Frisby 3 13 6
Mary A. Chipping 3 13 6
Cathe. Wild 3 13 6
Julia A. Meyer 3 13 6
Sarah Baley 3 13 6
Martha Pope 3 13 6
Ehza Butler 3 13 6
Jane Shank 3 13 6
Cathe. Peters 3 13 6
Carried forward 36 15 0 118 16 0
1881. Brought forward 36 15 0 118 16 0
Mar. 2. By quarterly applicant poor, viz.:—
Jessie Blackwell 3 13 6
Jane Davis 3 13 6
Mary C. Rich 3 13 6
Harriet Henshaw 3 13 6
Elizabeth Cole 3 13 6
Elizabeth Hester 3 13 6
Sidney G. Bower 3 13 6
Edward Imms 3 13 6
Edward Hart 3 13 6
Elizabeth McLaren 3 3 0
Jane Hutchinson 3 3 0
Emily Shenton 3 3 0
Ellen Savory 3 3 0
Frances Larter 3 3 0
Martha English 3 3 0
Emily Hague 3 3 0
Emma Berwick 3 3 0
Mary A. Clark 3 3 0
Ellen Price 3 3 0
Mary Lambert 3 3 0
Arabella Viret 3 3 0
Fanny Hunt 3 3 0
Cathe. Kemp 3 3 0
Carole. Dixon 3 3 0
Sophia A. Seager 3 3 0
Sarah Vaughan 3 3 0
Cathe. Broughton 3 3 0
Harriet Symmonds 3 3 0
129 13 6
" 10. By votes of court, viz.:—
Cathe. Kemp 5 5 0
Annie S. Wright 5 0 0
10 5 0
" 10. By annuities to—
Mary A. Garland 12 10 0
" 31. By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 2 5 0
" Woods 2 5 0
" King 2 5 0
" Aitkin 2 5 0
" Shuckard 2 5 0
" Martin 2 5 0
" Wilcox 2 5 0
" Innes 2 5 0
" Hedges 2 5 0
" Adams 2 5 0
" Twiddy 2 5 0
" Schroder 2 5 0
do. ¼ as matron 2 2 0
29 2 0
Apr. 14. By vote of court to—
Wm. T. H. Symmonds 5 5 0
" 30. By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 2 5 0
" Woods 2 5 0
" King 2 5 0
" Aitkin 2 5 0
" Shuckard 2 5 0
" Martin 2 5 0
" Wilcox 2 5 0
" Innes 2 5 0
" Hedges 2 5 0
" Adams 2 5 0
" Twiddy 2 5 0
" Schröder 2 5 0
27 0 0
May 12. By votes of court, viz.:—
William Payne 10 10 0
Sarah J. Nichols 5 5 0
15 15 0
" 31 By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 2 5 0
" Woods 2 5 0
" King 2 5 0
" Aitkin 2 5 0
" Shuckard 2 5 0
" Martin 2 5 0
" Wilcox 2 5 0
" Innes 2 5 0
" Hedges 2 5 0
" Adams 2 5 0
" Twiddy 2 5 0
" Schröder 2 5 0
27 0 0
Carried forward 375 6 6
1881. Brought forward 375 6 6
June 1. By decayed members, viz:—
Edward G. Cuff 7 10 0
William James 7 10 0
Edward James 7 10 0
John Laport 7 10 0
John Law 4 0 0
Thomas Twiddy 4 0 0
Henry Shank 4 0 0
Thomas Wallace 4 0 0
John Ramsay 2 10 0
Geo. F. Crespin 2 10 0
Wm. Payne 2 10 0
Josh. H. Houseman 2 10 0
Edward Imms 2 10 0
Edward Hart 2 2 0
60 12 0
" By quarterly applicant poor, viz:—
Sarah Lingham 3 13 6
Sophia Frisby 3 13 6
Mary A. Chipping 3 13 6
Cathe. Wild 3 13 6
Julia A. Meyer 3 13 6
Sarah Baley 3 13 6
Martha Pope 3 13 6
Eliza Butler 3 13 6
Jane Shank 3 13 6
Cathe. Peters 3 13 6
Jessie Blackwell 3 13 6
Jane Davis 3 13 6
Mary C. Rich 3 13 6
Harriet Henshaw 3 13 6
Elizabeth Cole 3 13 6
Elizabeth Hester 3 13 6
Edward Hart 3 13 6
Elizabeth McLaren 3 3 0
Jane Hutchinson 3 3 0
Emily Shenton 3 3 0
Ellen Savory 3 3 0
Frances Larter 3 3 0
Martha English 3 3 0
Emily Hague 3 3 0
Emma Berwick 3 3 0
Mary A. Clark 3 3 0
Ellen Price 3 3 0
Mary Lambert 3 3 0
Arabella Viret 3 3 0
Fanny Hunt 3 3 0
Catherine Kemp 3 3 0
Caroline Dixon 3 3 0
Sophia A. Seager 3 3 0
Catherine Broughton 3 3 0
Harriet Symmonds 3 3 0
Sarah J. Nicholes 3 3 0
122 6 6
" 10. By annuities, viz.:— Mary A. Garland 12 10 0
" 30. By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 2 5 0
" Woods 2 5 0
" King 2 5 0
" Aitkin 2 5 0
" Shuckard 2 5 0
" Martin 2 5 0
" Wilcox 2 5 0
" Immes 2 5 0
" Hedges 2 5 0
" Adams 2 5 0
" Twiddy 2 5 0
" Schröder 2 5 0
" do. quarter as matron 2 2 0
29 2 0
July 14 By vote of court to—
Wm. T. H. Symmonds 5 5 0
" 30. By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett, monthly allowance, 2l. 5s.; in lieu of coals, 5l.; in lieu of provisions, 10s. 6d. 8 0 6
Mrs. Woods do. 8 0 6
" King do. 8 0 6
" Aitkin do. 8 0 6
" Shuckard do. 8 0 6
" Martin do. 8 0 6
" Wilcox do. 8 0 6
" Innes do. 8 0 6
" Hedges do. 8 0 6
" Adams do. 8 0 6
" Twiddy do. 8 0 6
" Schröder do. 8 0 6
96 6 0
Carried forward 701 8 0
1881. Brought forward 701 8 0
Aug. 31. By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 2 5 0
" Woods 2 5 0
" King 2 5 0
" Aitkin 2 5 0
" Shuckard 2 5 0
" Martin 2 5 0
" Wilcox 2 5 0
" Innes 2 5 0
" Hedges 2 5 0
" Adams 2 5 0
" Twiddy 2 5 0
" Schröder 2 5 0
27 0 0
Sept. 28. By decayed members, viz.:—
Edward G. Cuff 10 0 0
William James 10 0 0
Edward James 10 0 0
John Laport 10 0 0
James Law 5 0 0
Thomas Twiddy 5 0 0
Henry Shank 5 0 0
Thomas Wallace 5 0 0
John Ramsay 3 10 0
Geo. F. Crespin 3 10 0
William Payne 3 10 0
Joseph H. Houseman 3 10 0
Edward Imms 3 10 0
Edward Hart 2 2 0
79 12 0
" By quarterly applicant poor, viz.:—
Sophia Frisby 4 17 6
Mary A. Chipping 4 17 6
Catherine Wild 4 17 6
Julia A. Meyer 4 17 6
Sarah Baley 4 17 6
Martha Pope 4 17 6
Eliza Butler 4 17 6
Jane Shank 4 17 6
Catherine Peters 4 17 6
Jessie Blackwell 4 17 6
Jane Davis 4 17 6
Mary C. Rich 4 17 6
Harriet Henshaw 4 17 6
Elizabeth Cole 4 17 6
Elizabeth Hester 4 17 6
Edward Hart 4 17 6
Elizabeth McLaren 3 13 6
Jane Hutchinson 3 13 6
Emily Shenton 3 13 6
Ellen Savory 3 13 6
Frances Larter 3 13 6
Martha English 3 13 6
Emily Hague 3 13 6
Emma Berwick 3 13 6
Mary A. Clark 3 13 6
Ellen Price 3 13 6
Mary Lambert 3 13 6
Arabella Viret 3 13 6
Fanny Hunt 3 13 6
Catherine Kemp 3 13 6
Caroline Dixon 3 13 6
Sophia A. Seager 3 13 6
Catherine Broughton 3 13 6
Harriet Symmonds 3 13 6
Sarah J. Nicholes 3 13 6
147 16 6
Sept. 29. By votes of court, viz.:—
Harriet and Thos. Henshaw 10 0 0
Mary A. Stephens 5 5 0
15 5 0
Sept. 30. By annuities, viz.:—
Mary A. Garland 12 10 0
" By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 3 0 0
" Woods 3 0 0
" King 3 0 0
" Aitkin 3 0 0
" Shuckard 3 0 0
" Martin 3 0 0
" Wilcox 3 0 0
" Immes 3 0 0
" Hedges 3 0 0
" Adams 3 0 0
" Twiddy 3 0 0
" Schröder 3 0 0
" Do. quarter as matron 2 2 0
38 2 0
Carried forward 1,021 13 6
1881. Brought forward 1,021 13 6
Oct. 13. By vote of court to—
Wm. T. H. Symmonds 5 5 0
" By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 1 1 0
" Woods 1 1 0
" King 1 1 0
" Aitkin 1 1 0
" Shuckard 1 1 0
" Martin 1 1 0
" Wilcox 1 1 0
" Immes 1 1 0
" Hedges 1 1 0
" Adams 1 1 0
" Twiddy 1 1 0
" Schröder 1 1 0
12 12 0
Oct. 31. By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 3 0 0
" Woods 3 0 0
" King 3 0 0
" Aitkin 3 0 0
" Shuckard 3 0 0
" Martin 3 0 0
" Wilcox 3 0 0
" Innes 3 0 0
" Hedges 3 0 0
" Adams 3 0 0
" Twiddy 3 0 0
" Schröder 3 0 0
36 0 0
Nov. 24. By votes of court, viz.:—
Sophia A. Wills 5 5 0
Eliza Wyatt 5 0 0
10 5 0
" 30. By almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett, month's allowance, 3l.; in lien of provisions, 10s. 6d. 3 10 6
Mrs. Woods do. 3 10 6
" King do. 3 10 5
" Aitkin do. 3 10 6
" Shuckard do. 3 10 6
" Martin 3 10 6
" Wilcox 3 10 6
" Innes 3 10 6
" Hedges 3 10 6
" Adams 3 10 6
" Twiddy 3 10 6
" Schröder 3 10 6
42 6 0
Dec. 8. By vote of court, to— Edwin Truss 10 10 0
" 20. By annuities, viz.:—
Mary A. Garland 12 10 0
" 28. By decayed members, viz.:—
Edward G. Cuff 10 0 0
William James 10 0 0
Edward James 10 0 0
John Laport 10 0 0
James Law 5 0 0
Thomas Twiddy 5 0 0
Henry Shank 5 0 0
Thomas Wallace 5 0 0
John Ramsay 3 10 0
Geo. F. Crespin 3 10 0
William Payne 3 10 0
Josh. H. Houseman 3 10 0
Edward Imms 3 10 0
77 10 0
" By quarterly applicant poor, viz.:—
Sophia Frisby 9 1 6
Mary A. Chipping 9 1 6
Cathe. Wild 9 1 6
Julia A. Meyer 9 1 6
Sarah Baley 9 1 6
Martha Pope 9 1 6
Eliza Butler 9 1 6
Jane Shank 9 1 6
Catherine Peters 9 1 6
Jane Davis 9 1 6
Mary C. Rich 9 1 6
Elizabeth Cole 9 1 6
Elizabeth Hester 9 1 6
Ellen Savory 9 1 6
Edward Hart 9 1 6
Edwin Truss 9 1 6
Elizabeth McLaren 5 15 6
Carried forward 150 19 6 1,228 11 6
1881. Brought forward 150 19 6 1,228 11 6
Dec.28 Jane Hutchinson 5 15 6
Emily Shenton 5 15 6
Frances Larter 5 15 6
Martha English 5 15 6
Emily Hague 5 15 6
Emma Berwick 5 15 6
Mary A. Clark 5 15 6
Ellen Price 5 15 6
Mary Lambert 5 15 6
Arabella Viret 5 15 6
Fanny Hunt 5 15 6
Catherine Kemp 5 15 6
Caroline Dixon 5 15 6
Sophia, A, Seager 5 15 6
Catherine Broughton 5 15 6
Harriet Symmonds 5 15 6
Sarah L. Nicholes 5 15 6
" 31. By almswomen, viz.;— 249 3 0
Mrs. Padgett 3 0 0
" Woods 3 0 0
" King 3 0 0
" Aitkin 3 0 0
" Shuckard 3 0 0
" Martin 3 0 0
" Wilcox 3 0 0
" Immes 3 0 0
" Hedges 3 0 0
" Adams 3 0 0
" Twiddy 3 0 0
" Schroder 3 0 0
" Do. quarter as matron 2 2 0
38 2 0
1,515 16 6

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1. To one year's rent 900 0 0
" Skildmore's Gift 1 0 0
" Bullock's " 1 0 0
" Cox's " 2 10 0
" Young's " 3 0 0
" Stowell's " 1 0 0
" Balance " 607 46 6
1,515 16 6

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. By decayed members 282 10 0
" quarterly applicant poor 648 19 6
" almswomen 456 12 0
" annuities 50 0 0
" votes of court on petitions 77 15 0
1,515 16 6

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct, Dated this 24th day March 1882.

(Signed) Chas. Lomas, Clerk to the Vintners' Company.

Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called "Peacock's Gift" in the City of London, of which the Trustees are the Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the City of London, commonly called " The Vintners' Company." For the year ending 31st December 1881.

Income And Revenue For The Year Ending 31st December 1881.

Description of Property. In whose Name invested. Gross Annual Income. Outgoings. Net Annual Income. Sums Received. Arrears 31st Dec. 1881.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
574l. 8s. 2d. New Two and a half per Cents., being the produce of a legacy of John Henry peacock in the year 1849 of 500l. for the benefit of the Company's almswomen. The Master, Wardens, and Freemen, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Vintners of the city of London. 14 7 2 None. 14 7 2 14 7 2

Receipts.

£ s. d.
1881. Jan. To half a year's dividends 7 3 7
July. Do. do. 7 3 7
14 7 2

Expenditure.

£ s. d.
1881 July 30. Paid almswomen, viz.:—
Mrs. Padgett 1 4 0
" Woods 1 4 0
" King 1 4 0
" Aitkin 1 4 0
" Shuckard 1 4 0
" Martin 1 4 0
" Wilcox 1 4 0
" Innes 1 4 0
" Hedges 1 4 0
" Adams 1 4 0
" Twiddy 1 4 0
" Schröder 1 4 0
14 8 0

Balance Sheet.

Dr.

£ s. d.
1881. To dividends 14 7 2
" balance 0 0 10
14 8 0

Cr.

£ s. d.
1881. By almswomen 14 8 0
14 8 0

I certify that this and the foregoing statements are correct,
Dated this 24th day of March 1882,
(Signed) Chas. Lomas,
Clerk to the Vintners' Company.