Charitable accounts of the Mercers' Company

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City of London Livery Companies Commission

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1884

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68-96

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'Charitable accounts of the Mercers' Company', City of London Livery Companies Commission. Report; Volume 4 (1884), pp. 68-96. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=69704 Date accessed: 01 November 2014.


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MERCERS' COMPANY.

CHARITABLE ACCOUNTS.

West Lavington Charity.

School and Almshouses under the Will of Alderman Dauntsey, originally for 7 poor almswomen, but increased to 10 in 1831.

Register No. 1.

Dr.

1881.Cash paid—£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31.One year's maintenance of 10 poor almswomen at 8s. per week each and 3l. per annum each for clothing23800
Rev. A. Baynham, one year's salary and gratuity17000
Ditto, allowed for usher8000
Ditto, " " coals1500
Ditto, taxes and disbursements20156
One year's insurance on 5,000l. to Michaelmas 1882490
£s.d.
Donations to Market Lavington Fire Engine Fund550
Donations to West Lavington Horticultural Society500
Donations to West Lavington Church Lighting Fund1000
2050
N. Sainsbury, balance of account for repairs38183
58779

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.By Cash for one year's charges as under, viz.:£s.d.
Paid under decree, 20th March 16336000
By Mercers' Company52779
58779
58779

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Chalgrave Estate.

Register No. 2.

Dr.

1881.To Cash paid—£s.d.
£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31.One year's subscription to Tebworth440
and Hockliffe National Schools220
660
One year's insurance to Michaelmas 18828106
One year's property tax1886
One year's glebe corn rent114
Collecting quit rents220
Land agent's bill15139
Abatement of rent12000
Repairs499
1761110
To balance written off cost of under draining12077
£s.d.
To Huntingdon Charity, proportion of net proceeds, 188118307
Parish of St. Bartholo mew91104
Poor Mercers91104
Robinson's exhibitions45152
Fishbourne's sermons45152
Mercers Company after deducting therefrom the under-mentioned annuities811810
539105
North's Exhibitions26134
Poor of Harrow1200
" St. Martin's, Outwich4160
" St. Antholin600
" Hackney4160
Beadle of the Company080
Master and wardens0134
5568
To balance43200
1,323166

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31.By Balance, rents in collection43200
By one year's rent of farm at Chalgrave let to R. W. Foll at 803l. per annum from Michaelmas 1870 to Michaelmas 1884, containing 540a. 0r. 8p., and on which there are arrears due from Midsummer to Christmas 188180300
By one year's interest on outlay for under-draining6100
By quit-rents, one year to Michaelmas 188127166
1,323166

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Whittington's Estate.

Register No. 3.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881.To Cash paid—
£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31One year's insurance to Michaelmas 1882 on sundry premises, in the Sun, Royal Exchange, and London5346
Care of passage in King's Arms Yard (seven months)300
One year's ditto, Mitre Court540
One year's quit rent to Goldsmiths Company0157
One year's fee farm rent, No. 8, Gresham Street050
Receiver's poundage to Midsummer 188125106
One year's salaries to Clerk and Accountant12500
£s.d.
One year's annuity to the Company6300
Ditto master and wardens500
Ditto clerk of the Company068
6868
Property tax26241
Solicitor's charges13724
Surveyors9136
Rates and taxes on 18, Tokenhouse Yard and premises in King's Arms Yard11310
Taking photographs of ditto previous to being pulled down20154
H. Dove, commission on rents received in King's Arms Yard1246
H. B. Little, builder's work at Tokenhouse Yard0189
Rent written off No. 16, Trinity Square, irrecoverable63150
1,20809
130 out-pensioners at 35l. per annum each4,55000
Whittington College.
£s.d.
To Cash paid—
One year's maintenance of 28 inmates, tutor, matron, nurses, and gardener1,586160
Apothecary, one year8400
Retired allowances to former gardener 52l., and nurse 40l.9200
Tutor, sundry small disbursements2547
Insurance on 12,500l., one year to Michaelmas 1882980
Winding and repair of clocks8100
Water rent 25l., gas 36l. 8s., rates and taxes, 84l. 2s. 7d.145107
70 tons coals for inmates in satisfaction of contra gifts amounting to 25l. 5s. 4d.8250
Allowances for funeral expenses281311
Substitute for tutor, six weeks12120
Taking declarations of inmates330
Alterations and repairs82932
H. J. Davis, printing7150
Purchase of harmonium1286
Miss Hobbs, for services as matron from 5th July to 10th September10100
2,937199
Carried forward
£s.d.
Brought forward
To Sundry donations and charitable gifts, as follows:
Clementia Parker6000
Jane Parker and family14000
Joseph T. Parker4000
Jane Collyer5000
Mary Ann Roberts6000
Sophia Lane5000
Elizabeth J. Totton10000
Anna H. Totton3000
Mary A. Totton3000
Julia S. Totton3000
Katherine I. Totton3000
Eleanor G. Totton3000
Sarah A. Buddell2500
Matilda Buddell2500
Fanny Blomfield2000
A. J. Brade4000
Sarah Barnes15000
Alice Barnes2500
Eliza Lettice3500
Maria Parker and family12500
Sarah Mann6000
Sarah M. Mann3000
Sarah Fisher5000
Saml. J. Collyer4800
Clara H. Collyer5000
Mary A. Measor3000
William Robins5000
Mary Ann Helm5000
Julia M. Green and family10000
Emma Hart7000
Frederick Newte7500
Sarah J. King5000
Celia J. Sparrick3000
Sophia Foster5000
Emily Heslop6000
James Edwin3900
Mary G. Tadman5000
Mary Ann Hodson3500
Eliza Tucker10000
Frances H. Giles6000
Matilda Topper4000
Louisa Collyer3000
Fanny Mootham2500
Caroline C. Rogers2000
S. A. F. Hudson15000
Emily Parker62100
Ann Holden2600
Sarah Wakelin2000
S. K. Barnes500
Frank Edwards31100
Elizabeth Waltham2000
Mrs. Young2500
J. Butcher500
Emma Cleveland3000
Caroline Clark4600
Hugh Paterson's daughter5000
C. M. Collett2000
Sarah Hart6000
Caroline Paterson5000
D. Matthias500
Eleanor B. Roberts3000
Charlotte Collyer2600
Ellen Howe2000
Mary B. Warren3500
Mary Anne Hodson16310
Jessie Mootham1000
Emily Barnes52100
3,239110
11,935116
To Balance—
Rents in collection4,856193
Consols41000
Ditto4,89930
Cash340164
10,506187
22,442101

Cr.

1881.By Balance—£s.d.£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31Rents in collection5,801199
Consols41000
Ditto (Court of Chancery)4,89930
Cash1,63119
12,74246
One year's rent to Christmas 1881 on which there is the usual halfyear in arrear9,159156
One quarter's ditto to Lady-day 1881, houses, King's Arms Yard, let to Dove Bros.244100
One year's dividend on 438l. 10s. 4d. Consols1331
Ditto on 3,343l. 12s. 6d. Consols10062
Ditto on 2,068l. 19s. 4d. ditto6214
One-sixth of net proceeds of Blundell and Whittington's estate, 18819542
£s.d.
One year's Annuities to the poor of Whittington College, being the gift of—
Aldn. Heydon368
R. Barnes2120
Sam. Goldsmith100
Aldn. Elkins540
Aldn. Barclay1080
Aldn. Baskerville2100
Sir Jno. Allen048
2554
Carried forward
Brought forward
22,242101

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer, W. W. Aston,

Bennett's Estate.

Register No. 4.

Dr.

To Cash paid—£s.d.
1881 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31.One year's subscription to Kirton Sunday Schools550
One year's subscription to Clothing Fund500
Repairs to church clock, Kirton550
Property tax2550
Land agent's charges23184
Fee-farm rent one year to Midsummer 18812900
One year's insurance on 5,570l. to Michaelmas 18821073
George Martin for drainage tiles used on farm4000
Abatement of rent on half-year due Christmas 18804000
£s.d.
Renter Warden of the Company one year's annuity600
Clerk do. do.600
Beadle do. do.300
1500
Borough of Wallingford three-eighteenths of net proceeds of estate 18811381811
Four poor mercers three eighteenths ditto1381811
Bennett's bequests to prisoners four-eighteenths ditto18552
Clothing poor in London two-eighteenths ditto92127
Christ's Hospital threeeighteenths ditto less 20l.1181811
Mercers Company threeeighteenths1381811
813135
Christ's Hospital, London, one year's dividends on 431l. 11s. 9d. Consols12190
Poor mercers do. on 431l. 11s. 9d.12190
Clothing poor do. on 287l. 14s. 9d.8126
34106
1,04746
443170
To Balance1,49116

Cr.

1881£s.d.
Jan. 1By Balance, rents in collection568170
Dec. 31By one year's rent of farm at Kirton, Lincolnshire, containing 593a. 1r. 27p., let on lease to Geo. Martin from Michaelmas 1872 for 7, 14, or 21 years at 1,090l. per annum, but has been reduced 250l. for three years from Christmas 1880, the usual halfyear's rent from Midsummer to Christmas being in arrear84000
By one year's interest on outlay of 564l. upon buildings and cottages2840
By one year's rent of land let to Rev. Wm. Ludlow19100
Arrears Invested.
By one year's dividends on 431l. 11s. 9d. Consols due to Christ's Hospital, London12190
Ditto 431l. 11s. 9d. ditto poor mercers12190
Ditto 287l. 14s. 8d. ditto clothing poor8126
34106
1,49116

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

John Bank's Estate.

Register No. 5.

Dr.

1881£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31.To Balance1,122194
Cash paid surveyor's charges10120
Poundage collecting rents469
Property tax to Midsummer4210
£s.d.
Seven sermons at three guineas each2210
Renter Warden of the Company 1 year's annuity4100
Chaplain1100
Clerk250
Beadle0150
Under Beadle and Chapel Keeper1100
32110
1,1741111

Cr.

1881£s.d.
Dec. 31.By one year's rent to Christmas 1881238110
By one year's interest on 200l. to 30th May 1881568
By Balance930143
1,1741111

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Richard Morley's Estate.

Register No. 6.

Dr.

1881. Dec. 31.To Cash paid—£s.d.
One year's insurance to Michaelmas 1882246
Property tax1176
The account of four poor men71130
To Balance37176
113126

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1By Balance37176
Dec. 31.By one year's rent of premises at Speenhamland, let on lease to Messrs. Hawkins from Lady-day 1878 to Lady-day 1899, the half-year from Midsummer to Christmas being in arrear75150
113126

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Annuities on Account of Prisoners confined for Debt now payable to Trustees of Prison Charities.

Register No. 8.

Dr.

1881. Dec. 31.£s.d.
To Cash paid—
Trustees of prison charities under scheme4750

Cr.

1881.£s.d.£s.d.
Dec. 31.By one year's Annuities being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears, viz.:
For prisoners in Newgate:—
Alderman Heydon's gift500
Ditto, Sir R. Martin's gift200
Ditto, John Marsh's gift0100
7100
For prisoners in Ludgate:—
Alderman Heydon's gift300
Ditto, Sir R. Martin's gift200
Ditto, John Marsh's gift050
550
For prisoners in Poultry Compter:—
Sir Thomas Gresham's gift1000
Ditto, Alderman Heydon's gift400
Ditto, Sir R. Martin's gift200
Ditto, Frances Clark's gift1000
Ditto, John Marsh's gift050
2650
For prisoners in Wood Street Compter:—
Ditto, Alderman Heydon's gift400
Ditto, Sir R. Martin's gift200
Ditto, John Marsh's gift050
650
For prisoners in the Marshalsea:—
John Marsh's gift100
For prisoners, Queen's Bench:—
John Marsh's gift100
4750

Examined and found correct, the 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston.

Bennett's Bequest to Prisoners.

Register No. 9.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 9To Cash paid trustees of prison charities18552

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By Bennett's estate, one year's proportion (four-eighteenths) of net proceeds, 188118552

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Rand's Bequest to Prisoners.

Register No. 10.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 9To Cash paid trustees of prison charities9100

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By Rand's estate, one year's net proceeds, 18819100

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Student in Divinity, Martha Barrett's Gift.

Register No. 11.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Apr. 6To Cash paid, John F. Heyes, one year2000
Dec. 31To Balance (and invested in Consols, 522l. 8s. 9d.)4011
6011

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1By Balance361
Dec. 31By one year's dividends on 650l. Consols being part of the sum of 28,570l. 9s. 5d. standing in the name of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London19100
By one year's Annuity on which there are no arrears500
6011

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Three Poor Scholars of Cambridge towards the Expense of obtaining their M.A. Degree.

Register No. 12.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
May 23To Cash paid, Rev. Alfred Griffith1400
May 23" W. H. Blakesley1400
May 26" Rev. James Goodwin1400
July 1" Rev. E. C. Corfield1400
5600
Dec. 31To Balance (and invested in Consols 830l. 9s. 8d.)356
916

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1By Balance496
Dec. 31By one year's annuity on which there are no arrears900
Dec. 31By one year's dividends on 1,100l. Consols part of the sum of 28,570l. 9s. 5d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London3300
916

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuities to Bethlem Hospital payable under the Will of Sir Thomas Gresham, £10: Peter Blundell, £2; to the Poor of Bethlem in London.

Register No. 13.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Oct. 11To Cash paid contra Annuities1200
1200

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31By one year's Annuities being one year's Income and on which there are no arrears, viz.:
£s.d.
Sir Thos. Gresham's gift1000
Peter Blundell's200
1200
1200

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity of 3 Poor Householders free of the Company of Mercers, payable under the Will of Robert Chertsey.

Register No. 14.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Oct. 11To Cash paid 3 poor members of the Company 1l. 10s. 4d. each, viz., Wm. Robins, J. T. Parker, and Thos. Collyer4110

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By one year's Annuity being one year's Income and on which there are no arrears4110

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Dame Isabella Gresham payable to the Parish of St. Lawrence, Jewry, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 15.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 6To Cash paid one year's Annuity to 6th January 1881300

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31By one year's Annuity being one year's Income and upon which there are no arrears300

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Dame Isabella Gresham, payable to the Parish of Aldermanbury, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 16.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 6To Cash paid one year's Annuity to 6th January 1881300

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31By one year's Annuity being one year's Income and upon which there are no arrears300

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Dame Isabella Gresham payable to the Parish of St. Vedast alias Foster, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 17.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 6To Cash paid one year's Annuity to 6th January 1881300

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31By one year's Annuity being one year's Income and upon which there are no arrears300

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Lady Joan Bradley, payable to the Parish of St. Stephen's, Coleman Street, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 18.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Oct. 13To Cash paid one year's Annuity to 11th October 18811100

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31By one year's Annuity being one year's Income and upon which there are no arrears1100

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Apprentice Fees under the Will of Dame M. Hungerford, for binding Poor Boys in the Counties of Wilts and Gloucester.

Register No. 19.

Dr.

£s.d.
To Cash paid—
1881. July 1James W. Bartlett to James Wiltshire1400
" 25Charles Cainey to George Martin1400
" 30Charles Ellsmore to Henry Payne1400
£s.d.
Dec 31To Balance—
Consols1,34820
Cash47109
1,395129
1,437129

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 1By Balance1,392105
Dec. 31By one year's dividends on 450l. Consols13100
By one year's dividends on 1,054l. 4s. Consols31124
1,437129

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Robert Hilson, payable to the Parish of St. Mildred's, Crooked Lane, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 21.

Dr.

To Cash paid—£s.d.
1881. Oct. 11One year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 1881480
480

Per contra.

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears2120
By one year's interest on arrears, 60l. 2s. 7d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London1160
480

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Wills of Alderman Heyden, 5l. 12s., Martha Barrett, 16s. 8d. 6l. 8s. 8d. Payable to the Parish of St. Michael's Royal, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 22.

Dr.

£s.d.
To Cash paid—
1881. Oct. 11One year's Annuities and Interest to Michaelmas 18811116
1116

Per contra.

Cr.

£s.d
1881. Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears688
By one year's interest on arrears, 154l. 16s, 5d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers in the City of London41210
1116

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of John Heydon, payable to the Parish of Woodbury, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 23.

Dr.

1881£s.d.
Oct. 11.To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 18815124
5124

Per contra. Cr.

1881£s.d.
Dec. 31.By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears368
By one year's interest on arrears, 76l. 1s. 3d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London258
5124

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

£s.d.
The Annuity, &c. under the Wills of Alderman Heyden300
Martha Barrett0168
3168

Payable to the Parish of St. Martin's Vintry, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 24.

Dr.

1881£s.d.
Oct. 11.To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 1881692
692

Per contra. Cr.

1881£s.d.
Dec. 31.By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears3168
By one year's interest on arrears 87l. 9s. 2d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London2126
692

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Alderman Heyden, payable to the Parish of St. James, Garlick Hythe, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 25.

Dr.

1881£s.d.
Oct. 11.To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 18813810

Per contra. Cr.

1881£s.d.
Dec. 31.By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears200
By one year's interest on arrears 48l. 2s. 6d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London1810
3810

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Sir Thos. Revett, payable to the Parish of Chippenham, Cambridge, for one year ending 1st December 1881.

Register No. 26.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 1881476
476

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears2120
By one year's interest on arrears, 59l. 6s. 5d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London1156
476

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Gift of Richard Barnes, payable to the Parish of St. Giles, Cripplegate, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 27.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 1881534
534

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears2198
By one year's interest on arrears, 72l. 14s. 8d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London238
534

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Peter Symonds, payable to the Parish of All Hallows, Lombard Street, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 28.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 18814170
4170

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears328
By one year's interest on arrears, 57l. 4s. 9d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers in the City of London1144
4170

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Gift of Francis Floyer, payable to the Parish of Brent Pelham, Herts, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 29.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 18811334
1334

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears7160
By one year's interest on arrears, 177l. 19s. 2d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,523l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London574
1334

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Giles Martyn, payable to the Parish of Yarcombe, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 30.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 18811726
1726

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears1000
By one year's interest on arrears 237l. 10s. 8d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London726
1726

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Giles Martyn, payable to the Parish of Mamhead, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 31.

Dr.

1881£s.d.
Oct. 1To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 1881894
894

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears500
By one year's interest on arrears 115l. 12s. 9d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London394
894

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Robert Gibson, payable to the Parish of Kirkheaton and Huddersfield, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 32.

Dr

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 1881462
462

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears2100
By one year's interest on arrears 60l. 3s. 3d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London1162
462

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Thomas Langham, payable to the Parish of Clapham, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 33.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 188118128
18128

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears1100
By one year's interest on arrears 254l. 8s. 3d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London7128
18128

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

£s.d.
The Annuity, &c. under the Gifts and Wills of Lionel Duckett490
A. Bloundell2164
J. Marsh0150
D. Appowell500
A. Baskerville3150
Aldn. Dauntsey2100
Sir J. Allen090
19144

Payable to the Parish of St. Lawrence Jewry, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 34.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 188128148
28148

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears19144
By one year's interest on arrears, 300l. 11s. 10d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London904
28148

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

£s.d.
The Annuity, &c. under the Wills of Sir L. Duckett244
Aldn. Baskerville150
394

Payable to the Parish of St. Peter's Cheap, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 35.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 18815178
5178

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears394
By one year's interest on arrears, 80l. 11s. 2d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26.543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London284
5178

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of John Marsh, payable to the Parish of Uxbridge, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 36.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 1881906
906

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears568
By one year's interest on arrears, 123l. 7s. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London31310
906

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

£s.d.
The Annuity, &c. under the Wills of Alderman Baskerville2100
John Bancks2134
534

Payable to the Parish of St. Michael's, Bassishaw, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 37.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 18818170
8170

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears534
By one year's interest on arrears, 122l. 11s. 6d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London3138
8170

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Alderman Dauntsey, payable to the Parish of St. Antholin, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 38.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 1881452
452

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears2100
By one year's interest on arrears 58l. 12s. 0d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, being part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London1152
452

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Alderman Heydon, payable to the Parish of St. Thomas Apostle, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 39.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Apr. 6To Cash paid, one year's Annuity to 6th April 1881200

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears200

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Martha Barrett, payable to the Parish of St. Sepulchre, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 40.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Apr. 6To Cash paid, one year's Annuity to 6th April 18811134

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears1134

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Thomas Revett, payable to the Parish of St. Margaret's, Lothbury, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 41.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Apr. 6To Cash paid, one year's Annuity to 6th April 18812120

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears2120

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Sir John Allen, payable to the Parish of St. Nicholas Acon, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 42.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
April 6To Cash paid, one year's Annuity to 6th April 1881090

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears090

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Sir John Allen, payable to the Parish of St. Benet Fink, for the year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 43.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
April 6To Cash paid, one year's Annuity to 6th April 1881090

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears090

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Mercers' Chapel School.—A Free Grammar School, to teach 25 Boys for ever.

Register No. 44.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31To Cash paid—
Rev. Dr. Scott, head master, salary 200l., capitation fees 435l., lieu of house 100l.73500
Rev. C. P. Marriott, assistant master, one year's salary40000
W. Williamson, head master's as sistant, one year's salary16000
W. H. French, writing and drawing master, one year's salary12000
M. Bartlett, French and German master, one year's salary30000
E. Crowe, under master, one year's salary97100
Rev. F. S. Barry, one year's retired allowance10000
Thomas Wheeler, one year's retired allowance12000
H. C. L. Hart, ¾ year's retired allowance37100
Books as rewards of merit 25l., books for library 10l.3500
Expenses for prize day1000
Printing2461
Rent of premises, one year12000
Rates and taxes7526
Disbursements, including porter's wages8623
Coals, 10 tons at 26s.1300
Repairs and alterations33879
Insurance5100
Surveyor's charges16180
Winding clocks2140
Gowns for masters9196
Cost of examination by Cambridge University Syndicate48100
2,855101

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By Cash for Tuition Fees596134
Amount paid by Mercers' Company2,258169
2,855101

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Horsham School.—A Free School founded by Richard Collier, Citizen and Mercer of London, in 1552, for 60 Boys at Horsham, Sussex; 20 additional Scholars in 1857.

Register No. 45.

Dr.

1881. Jan. 1 to Dec. 31To Cash paid—£s.d.
Temporary Assistant Master, one year's salary10400
Usher12568
One year's disbursements, rates, and taxes4650
One year's insurance2183
279911

Cr.

£s.d.£s.d.
Dec. 31R. Collier's Estate for one year's salaries to 31st December 1881, to Master and Usher, and annuity to Master and Wardens of Mercers' Company, under the Will of R. Collier1768
One year's maintenance of school4933
66911
Cash paid by Mercers' Company21200
279911

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Campden's Exhibitions.

Register No. 46.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
April 8 to Dec. 31To Cash paid—
Governors of St. Paul's School balance of account 18801,12351
To balance1,11139
2,234810

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1By Balance1,12351
Dec. 31By one year's dividends on 23,000l. Reduced 3 per Cent.60000
By one year's dividends on 4,800l. consols14400
By amount received this year from the Tithe Rentcharge 1 Woodhorn, Net36739
2,234810

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Lady North's Exhibitions, founded in 1574 by Lady North, now payable to Four Exhibitioners to either University.

Register No. 47.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1To Cash paid—
Charles W. Watson one year's Exhibition2000
H. G. D. Liveing ditto2000
E. L. E. Fawcett ditto2000
Egerton Corfield ditto2000
For purchase of 50l. Consols at 100l. 5/8 and Commission5076
To balance (and invested in Consols 1,783l. 4s. 2d.)295
15912

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1By Balance Cash6114
Dec. 31By one year's dividends on 2,350l. Consols70100
By half Ditto 50l.0150
By one year's Annuity chargeable on the Chalgrave Estate to this date26134
15912

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Rich's Exhibition, founded under the Will of Thomas Rich for two Scholars educated at Mercers' School going to the Universities.

Register No. 48.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 11 to July 6To Cash paid—
Henry C. Price one year's Exhibition5000
April 4For purchase of 250l. Consols at 100l. 5/8 and Commission251176
Dec 31To Balance (and invested in Reduced 811l. 3s. 8d.) Consols 6,313l. 7s. 1d.2182
5200

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1By Balance25315
Dec. 31By one year's dividends on 1,000l. Reduced 3 per Cent. part of the sum of3000
By one year's dividends on 7,350l. Consols, part of the sum of220100
By half year's dividends on 250l. Consols, part of the sum of3150
By one year's Annuity payable out of Rich's St. Mary Axe Estate to 31st December 18811200
5200

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Robinson's Exhibitions, founded in 1618 by Mrs. Mary Robinson for Four Poor Scholars at Cambridge.

Register No. 49.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1To Cash paid—
C.J. Andrews, half year's Exhibition2000
H.S.V. Turner, half year's Exhibition2000
J.C. Wood, one year's Exhibition4000
A.W. Plant, ditto4000
C. W. A. Brooke, half year's Exhibition2000
(Investments in Consols and Reduced Three£s.d.
per Cent. Consols1,44433
Reduced90000)
14000

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1By one year's dividends on 1,040l. 9s. 3d. Reduced Three per Cent., part of3140
Dec. 31By one year's dividends on 2,000l. Consols Three per Cent., part of6000
By one year's proportion of Net proceeds of the Chalgrave Estate for 188145152
By Cash of Mercers' Company3010
14000

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

Lady Campden's Bequest, under the Will of Viscountess Campden, 1640, Lectureship of Wakefield and Grantham.

Register No. 50.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31To Cash paid—
Rev. Dr. Senior, Lecturer of Wakefield10000
Rev. W. Glaister, Lecturer of Grantham10000
20000

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's dividends on 1,062l. Consols part of the sum of 28,570l. 9s. 5d.31172
By one year's net proceeds of East Rainton Tithes122109
By Cash added by the Mercers' Company to make up the Lectureships 100l. per annum each during the pleasure of the Company45121
20000

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

Lectureship of Berwick-upon-Tweed, under the Will of Richard Fishbourne in 1628.

Dr.Register No. 51.Cr.
1881. Dec. 31The present Lecturer, the Rev. H. Clementi Smith, was elected in 1877 by the Mercers' Company, and receives the said Tythes as they become due.

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

Lectureship of Hexham, founded under the Will of Richard Fishbourne in 1628.

Dr.Register No. 52.Cr.
1881. Dec. 31The present Lecturer, the Rev. H.C. Barker, was elected in 1682 by the Mercers' Company, and receives the said Tithes as they become due.

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

Rectory of Canwick, Lincolnshire, founded under the Will of Richard Fishbourne in 1628.

Dr.Register No. 53.Cr.
1881. Dec. 31The present Rector, the Rev. James Watney, was elected in 1871 by the Mercers' Company, and receives the Tithes as they become due, as also the dividends on dead Rents of 200l., together with Royalty of 9d. per ton for all Iron Ore extracted from land at Canwick let to J. Ruston for 43 years from the 6th April 1877. Mr. Ruston has not yet commenced working the Iron Ore, but the Company have received 300l., being one and a half year's dead Rent from 6th April 1880, the date when such Rent commenced under the terms of the Lease to the 6th October 1881. This sum of 300l. was invested by the Company on the 26th April 1882 in the purchase of 294l. 16s. 8d. Consols.

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

Lectureship of St. Bartholomew, under the Will of Richard Fishbourne in 1628.

Register No. 54.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 9To Cash paid the Rev. H. Brooks, Lecturer, one year45152

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Income, being the proportion of the net proceeds of the Chalgrave Estate to this day, and on which there are no arrears45152

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

Monthly Lecturer of St. Bartholomew and Sexton, under the Will of Alderman Perry, 1630.

Register No. 55.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31To Cash paid Rev. C. Marshall, Lecturer, one year1200
Ditto ditto per sexton100
1300

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears1300

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

Lectureship of St. Michael's Royal, under the Will of Alderman Heydon.

Register No. 56.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31To Cash paid Rev. Thos Darling, Lecturer, one year1368

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears1368

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

Morning Lectureship of St. Antholin's, under the Will of Alderman Perry, 1630.

Register No. 57.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11.To Cash paid, one year's salary per R. Miller, Receiver600

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears600

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

Rectory of Repham, in the County of Lincoln, founded under the Will of Richard Fishbourne in 1628.

Register No.

Dr.

1881. Dec. 31The present Rector, the Rev. Wm. Clement Upton, was elected in 1873 by the Mercers' Company, and receives the said Tithes as they become due.

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Rectory of Kirton, in the County of Lincoln, under the Covenants of Sir Thomas Bennett's Charity, 1616.

Register No. 59.

Dr.

1881. Dec. 31The present Vicar, the Rev. William Ludlow, was elected vicar by the Mercers' Company in 1845, and receives the Rent Charge, &c. thereunto belonging.

Cr.

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Huntingdon Charity, under the Will of Richard Fishbourne, 1628.

Register No. 60.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31To Cash paid, town of Huntingdon12307

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's proportion of the Net proceeds of the Chalgrave Estate to this day, being the share due to the Capital of 2,000l. invested in the said Estate the total cost of which was 6,250l. and is now let for 803l., per annum, together with interest on outlay; 61l. to J. W. Foll.
£s.d.
Net proceeds18307
Less paid Lecturer6000
12307

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

Lectureship of Huntingdon, founded under the Will of Richard Fishbourne, 1628.

Register No. 60a.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31To Cash paid, Rev. J. W. Burke, Lecturer, one year6000

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's annuity paid from and charged on the Huntingdon Charity's proportion of the Chalgrave Estate, for the year ending 31st December 18816000

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Gresham Lectures, founded by Sir Thomas Gresham in 1575.

Register No. 61.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31To Cash paid—
Dr. Abdy.—Law10000
T. E. Nixon.—Rhetoric10000
Dr. Thompson.—Physic10000
30000

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By the amount annually received from the Mercers' Company's Moiety of the Rents of the Royal Exchange, to 31st December 188130000
30000

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Gift of Richard Fishbourne, payable to the Poor of St. Bartholomew, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 62.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
To Cash balance due to six poor persons of the Parish of St. Bartholomew, to 31st December 1881, and paid as usual at Easter 1882 by the House Warden36122

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's proportionate share of the Chalgrave Estate to 31st December 1881, being the income of the Charity (4/10ths) and on which there are no arrears36122

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

£s.d.
The Annuity, &c. founded by Sir Wm. Damzell in 1582, now appropriated to two poor Widows of Freemen of the Company500
Ann Duckett in 1660 for six poor Widows600
" " four " of Freemen of the Company400
1000
Wardens and Beadle0134
15134
Interest on arrears748
22180

Payable to the Parishes of Cripplegate and St. Luke's for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 63.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.£s.d.
Dec. 31To Cash paid—
One year's Annuity to the Wardens of the Company0100
Do. do. to Beadle034
0134
Do. do. to six poor Widows of Cripplegate and St. Lukes1014
Do. do. to four poor Widows of the Company, each 1l. 15s. 10d.734
Do. do. to two poor Widows of the Company, Damzell's Gift500
22180
To balance1930
4210

Cr.

1881£s.d.
Jan. 1By Balance1930
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears10134
By one year's Interest on arrears, 240l. 18s. 5d. Reduced 3l. per Cent.748
By one year's Annuity (Damzell's Gift) on which there are no arrears500
4210

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

£s.d.
The Annuity under the Wills of R. Hilson10148
B. Barnes1000
Alderman Walthall1000
B. Ferrers600
J. Symonds160
3808

Payable to Christ's Hospital, London, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 64.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid—
One year's Annuity to Michaelmas 18813808
One year's proportion of Bennett's Estate, to 31st December 18811181811
One year's Interest on 431l. 11s. 9d. Consols (cost of investment in Consols, 381l. 8s. 4d.)12190
169187

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuities, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears3808
By one year's proportion of the net proceeds of Sir Thos. Bennett's Estate at Kirton in Lincolnshire let to Geo. Martin at a rent of 840l. per annum for 1881, and interest on outlay1181811
By one year's dividends on arrears 431l. 11s. 9d. Consols.12190
169187

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Peter Symonds, payable to Christ's Hospital, Winchester, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 65.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity160

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears160

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

The Annuity under the Will of Peter Symonds, payable to the Mayor of Winchester, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 65a.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 11To Cash paid, one year's Annuity420

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears420

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

£s.d.
The Annuity, &c. under the Gifts of Alderman Heydon6134
Sir Thomas Gresham1000
Nicholas Strathome16134
3368

Payable to St. Bartholomew's Hospital for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 66.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid H. C. B. Gibbs, Receiver3368

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuities, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears3368

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

£s.d.
The Annuity, &c. under the Gifts of Alderman Heydon6134
Sir Thomas Gresham1000
16134

Payable to St. Thomas' Hospital to 31st December 1881.

Register No. 67.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid Robt. Brass, Receiver16134

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuities, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears16134

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer,

W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Alderman Heydon, payable to Bridewell Hospital, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 68.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid A. J. W. Jeafferson, Receiver6134

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and on which there are no arrears6134

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.

A. Palmer.

W. W. Aston,

The Annuity under the Gift of Sir Thomas Bennett for clothing the Poor of London under the Decree of Court of Exchequer for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Registry No. 69.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 21To Cash paid House Warden for distribution to the poor (cost of investment in Consols) 254l. 5s. 8d.10151
10151

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.By one year's proportion of Bennett's Estate at Kirton in Lincolnshire, now let to George Martin92127
By one year's interest on arrears 287l. 14s. 8d. Consols, being part of the sum of 28,570l. 9s. 5d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London8126
10151

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

£s.d.
The Annuity, &c. under the Wills of Alderman Brown540
Sir Thos. Bennettthree-eighteenths of Bennett's Estate to four poor Mercers.
Richd. Fishbourneproportion of Chalgrave Estate for 30 poor Brethren and 10 Wardens of the Company.
G. Copley400
Sir E. des Bouveries400
G. Buckley2100
15140

Payable to Poor Mercers for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 70.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.£s.d.
Dec. 31To Cash paid—
Alderman Brown's Gift, viz., W. Robins, 1l. 6s., W. A. Totton, 1l. 6s., S.J.Collyer, 1l. 6s., and J. T. Parker, 1l. 6s.540
Donations and Charitable Gifts10100
15140
To Cash balance of proportion of Net proceeds of Bennett's Estate and interest on accumulations due to four poor Mercers 31st December 1881, and paid as usual at Easter 1882, viz.,
£s.d.
Saml. J. Collyer37196
Jos. T. Parker37196
W. A. Totton37196
Thos. Collyer37195
1511711
To Cash balance of the proportion of Net proceeds of Chalgrave Estate to 31st December 1881 due to 30 poor Brethren and Widows and paid as usual at Easter 188291104
25923

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuities being one year's income and on which there are no arrears15140
£s.d.
By one year's proportion of Bennett's Estate to 31st December 18811381811
By one year's Interest on arrears 431l. 11s. 9d. Consols12190
1511711
By one year's proportion of Bet proceeds of Chalgrave Estate to 31st December 188191104
25923

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Gift of Sir Thomas Bennett, payable to the Borough of Wallingford, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 72.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 9To Cash paid F. C. Hedges, Treasurer1381811

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's proportion threeeighteenths of net proceeds of Bennett's Estate to 31st December 18811381811

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell, Wardens.
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Catherine Clark, payable to the Parish of Harrow-on-the-Hill, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 73.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid one year's Annuity and Interest15145
15145

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears1200
By one year's Interest on arrears 124l. 2s. 0d. Consols, being part of the sum of 28,570l. 9s. 5d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London3145
15145

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Sir Henry Rowe, payable to the Parish of St. Martin, Outwich, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 74.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 1881652
652

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears4160
By one year's Interest on arrears 48l. 13s. 0d. Consols, being part of the sum of 28,570l. 9s. 5d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London192
652

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

The Annuity, &c. under the Will of Lady Martin, payable to the Parish of St. Antholin, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 75.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid one year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 1881817
817

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears600
By one year's Interest on arrears 69l. 5s. 2d. Consols, being part of the sum of 28,570l. 9s. 5d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London217
817

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

The Annuity under the Will of Henry Rowe, payable to the Parish of Haekney, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 76.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Oct. 11To Cash paid—
One year's Annuity and Interest to Michaelmas 1881652
652

Per contra. Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's Annuity, being one year's Income, and upon which there are no arrears4160
By one year's Interest on arrears 48l. 13s. Consols being part of the sum of 28,570l. 9s. 5d., standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London192
652

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

The Annuity under the Will of Richard Morley, payable to Four Poor Men of 60 years and upwards, for one year ending 31st December 1882.

Register No. 77.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 9To Cash paid—£s.d.
W.J. Rogers181810½
W.W. Rogers181810½
W. Holloway181810½
Jonathan Taylor181810½
75156
Dec. 31To balance (Consols)128113
20469

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1By Balance Consols128113
Dec. 31By one year's Interest on 137l. 10s. Consols being part of the sum of 28,570l. 9s. 5d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London426
By one year's proceeds of Richard Morley's Estate to 31st December 1881, situate at Speenhamland, let to Messrs. Hawkins at 75l. 15s. per annum71130
20469

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

The Annuity, &c., under the Will of Thomas Rich, payable to the Master of Lambeth School, for one year ending 1st December 1882.

Register No. 78.

Dr.

1881.To Cash paid—£s.d.
Dec. 9John Heindmann, Master of Lambeth School2696
2696

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one moiety of the net proceeds on 1,951l. 2s. 1d. Consols being part of the sum of 28,570l. 9s. 5d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Mercers of the City of London2696

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

The Annuity under the Will of Thomas Rich, payable to the Master of Mercers' School, for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 78a.

Dr.

1881.To Cash paid—£s.d.
Dec. 9Rev. Dr. Scott, Master of Mercers' School2696
2690

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one moiety of the net interest on 1,951l. 2s. 1d. Consols, being part of the sum of 28,570l. 9s. 5d. standing in the names of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of the City of London2696

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1881.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

Annuity, &c. for Sermons, under the several Gifts stated for one year ending 31st December 1881.

Register No. 79.

Dr.

1881.To Cash paid—£s.d.
Jan. 31Reverend G. Moore, 2nd January, Westall's Gift100
"Reverend G. Moore 30th January, Birkenhead's Gift250
Mar. 24Reverend I. P. Hurst, 24th March, Banck's Gift330
May 29Reverend G. Moon, 29th May, Birkenhead's Gift250
June 24Reverend I. P. Hurst, 24th June, Banck's Gift330
July 1Reverend I. P. Hurst, 1st July, Banck' Gift330
Sept. 9Reverend N. Brady, 9th September, Banck's Gift330
" 29Reverend M. Barnard, 29th September, Binck's Gift330
Oct. 27Reverend G. J. Maturin six Lent sermons 1881, Henry VIIIth's Gift600
"Reverend J. M. Sutton, 7th October, Banck's Gift330
Dec. 21Reverend A. Vesey, 21st December, Banck's Gift330
" 25Reverend E. Salway, 25th December, Westall's Gift100
34110
" 31To Balance696
4106

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1By Balance696
Dec. 31By Banck's Estate one year's Annuity to Michaelmas 1881, for seven Sermons2210
By Mercers' Company for six Sermons in Lent600
By Birkenhead's Gift4100
By Westhall's Gift200
4106

Examined and found correct, the 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

Fishbourne's Sermons.

Register No. 79a.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
To Cash paid—
Jan. 31Rev. J. M. Sutton, 9th and 16th instant, 2 Guineas each440
" "Rev. A. Veasey, 23rd220
" "Rev. P. C. Bicknell, 30th220
Feb. 28Rev. T. G. Tiley, 6th220
" "Rev. J. M. Sutton, 13th220
" "Rev. A. Veasey, 20th220
Mar. 31Rev. P. C. Bicknell, 27th220
Dec. 31Rev. A. Veasey, 27th Nov., 4th., 11th, 18th Dec880
To one year's Annuities; Chaplain 5l. 13s. 4d., Chapel Keeper 2l. 13s. 4d., Clerk 1l.968
£s.d.
Consols28500
To BalanceCash76125
39631

Cr.

1881.£s.d.£s.d.
Consols28500
Jan. 1By BalanceCash56711
341711
Dec. 31By one year's dividends on 300l. Consols.900
By proportionate share of the Chalgrave Estate, being the share due on 500l. invested in the purchase thereof45152
39631

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

£s.d.
Loans to be lent to Members of the Company—Lady Campden's Legacy2,00000
Less Law Expenses200411
1,799151

Register No. 80.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Apr. 14To Cash paid for purchase of 200l. Consols at 100 five-eighths and Commission 201l. 10s. 0d.
£s.d.
Consols1,57026
Dec. 31To BalanceCash80113
1,650139
1,650139

Cr.

1881.£s.d.£s.d.
Consols1.368126
Jan. 1By BalanceCash235113
1,60439
Dec. 31By one year's dividends on 1,450l. Consols43100
By half year's dividend on 200l. Consols300
1,650139

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

Lady Mico's Almshouses, under the Will of Dame Jane Mico, founded in 1691, rebuilt in 1857.

Registry No. 81.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31To Cash paid—
10 Almswomen at 30l. each (less 70l. caused by vacancy)292100
Allowance for nurses5600
Apothecary, one year's attendance31100
Gas, 5l. 17s. 6d., Lamplighter, 2l. 2s.7196
Coals2380
Repairs580
Parish rates, 21l. 9s., Water rent, 7l. 10s.28190
Insurance1100
Gardener500
Easter offering to Rector of Stepney for allowing use of pew550
Funeral expenses660
Clerk of the Company, one year's Annuity200
Surveyor's charges220
467176

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31By one year's dividends on 2,114l. 8s. 6d. Reduced three per Cent., part of the sum of 26,543l. 4s. 6d.6386
By one year's Annuity8000
By one year's allowance for rent, repairs and Clerk800
By Cash received of E. W. Trinder being the surplus rent of Charity Estate 18816530
By amount voted by Mercers' Company25160
N.B.—This is not to be taken as rendering the Company liable to 30l. per annum to the 10 poor women or to continue the other allowances.
467176

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

Loans from Money Legacy Charities from the following Donors:—

£
Sir M. Dormer200
R. Culverwell50
M. Sharles100
M. Robinson200
W. Quarles100
W. Holliday200
Richd. Fishbourne1,000
John Poole100
John Duckett200
E. Sleigh100
Sir S. Mico500
Ann Duckett100
Total2,850

Register No. 82 (per Decree 17th January 1833).

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31To Cash paid H. W. Parker, loan for five years from 21st December 1881
To Cash paid for purchase of 100l. Consols at 100l. five-eighths and Commission 100l. 15s.50000
£s.d.
Consols482193
To BalanceCash113311
59632
1,09632

Cr.

1881.£s.d.£s.d.
Consols38243
Jan. 1By BalanceCash100811
482132
Dec. 31By Cash of H. W. Powell of a loan10000
By Cash of H.W. Parker, repayment of loan due 10th October 188150000
By one year's dividends on 400l. Consols1200
By half year's dividends on 100l. Consols1100
1,09632

Examined and found correct, this 11th day of May 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

Trinity Hospital, now Earl of Northampton's Charity.

Dr.

Expenses of Maintenance of Hospital at Greenwich and Inmates.
£s.d.
1881.Cash paid—£s.d.
Jan. 1 to Dec. 31Warden of the Hospital, one year's Salary20000
Chaplain of the Hospital, one year's Salary10000
Medical Attendance, one year6000
Sundry Allowances to poor men: 20 poor men at 15s. each per week (less deceased)76350
Sub-Wardens Salary, one year1300
One year's Allowance for lighting and washing9500
Present for good conduct1900
Cloaks4150
Coals for poor men, two tons each and warming premises5700
Nurses attending sick62190
Servants of the Hospital; viz., butler, two poor women, and porter229170
Stationery, 3l. 13s. 2d.; printing, 10l. 13s. 2d.; newspapers, 2l. 15s. 10d.1722
Funeral expenses500
Expenses of visitation5000
Parish rates, 27l. 18s. 4d.; water rent, 10l. 7d.; assessed taxes, &c., 5l. 1s. 2d.4301
Gas, 14l. 5s. 10d.; insurance, 10l. 16s. 3d.; pew rent, 10l.3521
Manure for garden2000
Winding clocks, 3l. 3s.; sweeping chimneys, 3l. 1s.640
Sundry small payments1148
1,828190
Extraordinary Expenses of Hospital.
£s.d.
Services rendered by Curate of Greenwich previous to appointment of Chaplain, 18805000
Extra payment of 1l. per month to poor men elected previous to scheme15800
Pensions to late poor Woman, 26l.; and Cook, 25l.5100
25900
Charges on Estate.
Annuities, 3l. 6s. 8d.; Quit rent, 6s. 8d.3134
Farms.
£s.d.
Abatement of rent to tenants4900
Arrears of rent written off600
5500
Management of Estate.
Salaries to Officers of the Charity: Clerk, 40l.; Accountant, 75l.; two Beadles, 10l.12500
Surveyor's charges relating to Estate; superintending erection of houses on building Estates at Lewisham and Greenwich£23619
Do. connected with charity Estates2019
Do. repairs at Trinity Hospital 3213
290110
Solicitor's charges4408
Land agent's charges331810
Receivers Commission on rents collected 7135
Insurance10189
Repairs to Hospital12609
701135
Donations.
Chalk National Schools220
Higham Cottage Garden Society330
Higham National Schools500
Greenwich Police Court poor box2000
Wesleyan Schools College, Park Estate, Lewisham2650
Jubilee Almshouses, Greenwich10000
Royal Kent Dispensary5000
Seamen's Hospital, Greenwich5000
Clun Hospital10000
Hospital at Castle Rising15000
Do. repairs15000
656100
Shottesham Hospital.
Surveyor's charges as to site26116
Pension Branch.
£s.d.
Greenwich pensioners, six at 36 14 at 26l. each58000
Shottesham pensioners, six at 2015600
Castle Rising pensioners, two at 26l. each5200
Bungay pensioners, two at 26l. each5200
£s.d.
Salary to clerk of nominators at Greenwich, 1½ year4750
Expenses of printing, &c. by nominators1396
60146900146
Investments.
On account, Repair and Improvement Fund, under section 5 of the Scheme122123
Lent through Bank of England on security1,00000
1,122123
To Balance—
Rents in collection2,719188
Cash in hand3,55885
Property tax in course of recovery45665
6,734136
12,28976

Cr.

£s.d.£s.d.
By Balance—
Rents in collection2,347108
Cash in hand3,1681210
Property tax in course of recovery33807
5,85441
By one year's rent to Christmas 18813,28230
One year's dividends on—
37,500l. Consols1,12500
8,194l. 1s. 4d., Official Trustees245164
54,054l. 9s. 1d., Paymaster General1,621128
1,159l. 8s. 5d., do.34158
262l. 9s. 4d., do.7176
1,183l.10s. 9d., Reduced 3 per Cent., Court of Exchequer3500
1,679l. 3s., New 3 per Cent., Court of Chancery5076
502l. 10s. 3d. Consols, repairs and improvements fund151
Half-year's Interest on 1,000l., lent on loan through Bank of England16193
12,28976

Examined and found correct, this 5th day of June 1882.

(Signed) C. Powell,
A. Palmer,
W. W. Aston,
Wardens.

Dean Colet's (St. Paul's School) Estate Accounts.

Abstract of Accounts, year ending 31st December 1881.

Dr.

£s.d.
Balance in hand, 31st December 1880; viz.,—
£s.d.
Timber Account awaiting investment52146
Cash due to Governors of St. Paul School7,720211
7,772175
Receipts.
From Rents received—
Stepney Property4,597176
City and Whitechapel2,63930
Buckinghamshire1,97240
Essex, Cambridge, Herts508128
Caretaker's House, Cable Street6140
From dividends for the year1,837174
Interest on purchase money, property taken by School Board910
Proceeds of sale of Nos. 26 and 27, Fish Street Hill1,12500
Enfranchisement of Quit Rents124147
Compensation for damage by sewer on farm at Colchester1500
Sale of timber32102
12,868143
From proceeds of Sale of Stock (for new buildings at Hammersmith)15,043150
35,68568

Cr.

£s.d.
Payments.
General charges on the Estate1,594126
£s.d.£s.d.
Payment to Governors of St. Paul's School, balance 18807,720211
On a/c 18813,00000
10,720211
Payment on a/c new buildings at Hammersmith15,043150
25,7631711
Payments for purchase of 1.136l. 7s. 6d. Consols (proceeds of sale, Fishmongers' Company)1,12500
Payments for purchase of 52l. 9s. 4d. Consols (Timber a/c)52146
1,177140
28,536411
Balance in hand, 31st December 1881; viz.,— Timber Account awaiting investment1044
Quit Rent Account124147
Cash due to Governors of St. Paul's School7,014210
7,14919
35,68568

15th March 1882.

(Signed) Jno. Young,
Auditor.

Dean Colet's Estate and St. Paul's School.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.£s.d.
Jan. 1To cash paid Governors of St. Paul's School, balance 18807,720211
Dec. 31On a/c 18813,00000
10,720211
Surveyor's Bill, 1 year2676
Land Agent's, 1 year131111
Receiver's Poundage on rents received in London180186
Salaries to Officers: Clerk 100l., Accountant 100l., Beadles 10l.21000
One Year's Quit Rent9181
One Year's Repairs to Farms6769
Abatement of rent upon Farms15400
Taxes600
Stationery, printing, &c.644
One year's insurances7043
Annual subscriptions and donations to Charities, &c. to schools, &c.;—
Coventry property6190
Whitechapel and Stepney136110
19800
Care and repair of York and Arbour Squares, &c.1870
Proportion of expense of Apposition dinner20000
John Young, for auditing Accounts31100
Income tax on Receiver's Poundage41310
Salary to Woodman, and expenses of cutting timber22510
Painting notice boards386
12,060187
To Cash paid, purchase of 52l. 9s. 4d. Consols (Timber a/c)52146
Cash paid, purchase of 1,136l. 7s. 3d. Consols, proceeds of sale of property to Fishmongers' Company1,12500
Cash paid Governors of St. Paul's School on a/c new buildings at Hammersmith15,043150
Cash paid, Arrears of rent written off600
28,28881
To Balance—£s.d.£s.d.
Cash7,014210
" Timber a/c1044
" Quit-rent a/c124147
7,14919
Rents in collection5,6999
Property tax not recovered80009
13,6481111¾
41,9370

Cr.

1881.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
Jan. 1Cash7,720211
" Timber a/c52146
7,772175
Rents in collection5,50711
Property tax not recovered546311
13,82612
Dec. 31By Rents received of—
Stepney property4,597176
City and Whitechapel2,63930
Buckinghamshire1,97240
Essex, Cambridge, and Annuity from Duke of Buckingham508128
9,717172
By half-year's dividend on—
12,907l. 3s. 1d. Consols193122
12,959l. 12s. 5d. Consols One year's dividend on—194711
326l. 16s. 2d. Consols, School Board, London9160
2,829l. 17s. 5d. Consols, Regent's Canal81180
1,730l. 2s. 0d. Consols, London and Blackwall Railway Company51180
165l. 19s. 5d. Consols, Cambridge and Bedford Railway Company4198
6,711l. 15s. 6d. Consols, East London Railway Company20170
7,118l. 7s. 4d. Consols, London and Blackwall Railway Company213110
26.000l. New 3l. per Cent.78000
1,207l. 11s. 0d. Consols, Official Trustees of Charitable Funds3646
209l. 19s. 6d. ditto660
52l. 0s. 1d. ditto1112
Half-year's dividend on—
1,136l. 7s. 3d. Consols, Official Trustees of Charitable Funds, half-year17011
One year's dividend on—
1,408l. 12s. 7d. Consols, High Master's house4250
1,837174
By cash—
Of Fishmonger's Company, proceeds of sale of Nos. 26 and 27, Fish Street Hill, sanctioned by Charity Commrs. 5 Nov. 18801,12500
For Enfranchisement of Quit Rents124147
Of Borough of Colchester, compensation for damage by proposed sewer1500
For School Board for London, Interest on purchase money for property taken910
Rent of Caretaker's House in Cable Street since surrender of lease6140
For timber sold in Hengrove and Conscience Field Woods32102
By difference between the year's rental of the estate and the amount actually received, including arrears11,75312
11,555146
19718
26,8935
By cash from proceeds of sale of—
14,368l. 5s. 0d. Consols14,41200
638l. 18s. 9d. New 3 %631150
15,043150
41,9370

Audited and found correct, this 15th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Jno. Young,
Auditor.

Lord Camden's Exhibitions.

Abstract of Accounts, year ending 31st December 1881.

Dr.

£s.d.
Balance in hand, 31st December 18801,12351
Receipts.£s.d.
From dividends for the year74400
" net proceeds of Woodhorn Tythes, 188136739
1,11139
2,234810

Cr.

Payments.£s.d.
£s.d.
Paid to Governors of St. Paul's School (balance 1880)1,12351
Balance in hand, 31st December 18811,11139
2,234810
2,234810

(Signed) Jno. Young, Auditor.

15th March 1882.

Campden's Exhibitions.

Dr.

1881.£s.£
Apr. 8To Cash paid Governors of St. Paul's School, balance of account 18801,12351
Dec. 31To Balance1,11139
2,234810

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1By Balance1,12351
Dec. 31By one year's dividends on 20,000l. Reduced 3 per Cents.60000
By one year's dividends on 4,800l. Consols14400
By Amount received this year from the Tithe Rent Charge of Woodhorn Net36739
2,234810

Audited and found correct, this 15th day of March 1882.

(Signed) Jno. Young, Auditor.