Charitable accounts of the Fishmongers' Company

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City of London Livery Companies Commission

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1884

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'Charitable accounts of the Fishmongers' Company', City of London Livery Companies Commission. Report; Volume 4 (1884), pp. 275-283. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=69717 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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FISHMONGERS' COMPANY.
Charitable Accounts. Fishmongers' Company in account with John Aston. Fishmongers' Company in account with John A. Wood. Fishmongers' Company in account with Peter Blundell. Fishmongers' Company in account with Robert Carter. Fishmongers' Company in account with Composition Money. Fishmongers' Company in account with Thomas Cooke. Fishmongers' Company in account with Jeremiah Copping. Fishmongers' Company in account with William Copynger. Fishmongers' Company in account with Richard Edmonds. Fishmongers' Company in account with John Fletcher. Fishmongers' Company in account with Henry Gardner. Fishmongers' Company in account with Sir John Gayer. Fishmongers' Company in account with Robert Gayer. Fishmongers' Company in account with William Goddard. Fishmongers' Company as Governors of Holt School in account with Sir John Gresham. Fishmongers' Company in account with Robert Harding. Fishmongers' Company in account with John Harper. Fishmongers' Company in account with John Hayne. Fishmongers' Company in account with Seale Hayne. Fishmongers' Company in account with John Heron. Fishmongers' Company in account with John Hibbert. Fishmongers' Company in account with William Hippisley. Fishmongers' Company in account with James Hulbert. Fishmongers' Company in account with Sir Thomas Hunt. Fishmongers' Company in account with Thomas Jenyns's 1st Will. Fishmongers' Company in account with Thomas Jenyns's 2nd Will. Fishmongers' Company in account with Henry Jourdeyne. Fishmongers' Company in account with Richard Knight. Fishmongers' Company in account with Sir John Leman. Fishmongers' Company in account with James Martyne. Fishmongers' Company in account with James Mougham. Fishmongers' Company in account with Arthur Mowse. Fishmongers' Company in account with John Owen. Fishmongers' Company in account with George Pearce. Fishmongers' Company in account with Nicholas Pendlebury. Fishmongers Company in account with Richard Poyntell. Fishmongers' Company in account with Mark Quested, including Masters of Arts and Students' Accounts. Fishmongers' Company in account with Barnard Randolph. Fishmongers' Company in account with Audrey Spence. Fishmongers' Company in account with Sir Thomas Trumball. Fishmongers' Company in account with Sir Thomas Trevor. Fishmongers' Company in account with Owen Waller. Fishmongers' Company in account with Thomas Ware. Fishmongers' Company in account with Thomas Weston. Fishmongers' Company in account with Loan Trust Accounts for Interest received and how disposed of.

FISHMONGERS' COMPANY.

Charitable Accounts.

Fishmongers' Company in account with John Aston.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25To one year's rentcharge0134

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Aug. 31.By parish of St. Sepulchre, to 24th August 18810134

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with John A. Wood.

1880.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To balance due to poor freemen, brought forward100
1881. Dec. 31." one year's rentcharge1100
2100
1881. Dec. 31.To balance due to poor freemen, brought down100
1881.£s.d.
April 21.By poor freemen, &c.100
Dec. 24." parish of St. Michael, Crooked Lane034
31." The Company, towards an entertainment068
" Balance due to poor freemen, carried down100
2100

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Peter Blundell.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's rentcharge300
1881.£s.d.
June 24.By the wardens300

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Robert Carter.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one quarter's rentcharge600
600
1881.£s.d.
Jan. 6.By Brian Edward Waud—
One quarter's exhibition to Christmas 1880 (being part of 5l., the Company having raised the exhibition to 20l. per annum during pleasure)100
Mar. 29." Ellis Charles Mackie— the like, to Lady Day 1881100
Oct. 4." the like— Half-year's exhibition to Michaelmas 1881200
Dec. 24." Christ's Hospital— One year's gift to Christmas 1881200
600

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Composition Money.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To amount allowed by the Company to pay the gifts on the other side268
268
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 24.By St. Michael, Crooked Lane098
" 25." Weekly pensioners200
268

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Thomas Cooke.

1880.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To balance brought forward6180
1881. Jan. 5.half-year's dividend88100
July 5." the like88100
183180
1881. Dec. 31.To balance brought down6180
1881.£s.d.
1881. June 24.By Jesus' Hospital— 34 parishionary almspeople, 28 weeks' pension, at 2s. per week each9540
Amount distributed amongst them this day040
Dec. 9." Jesus' Hospital— 34 parishionary almspeople, 24 weeks' pension, at 2s. per week each81120
" 31." Balance carried down6180
183180

The balance was paid on the regular pay day, viz., 6th January 1882.

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Jeremiah Copping.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 5.To half-year's dividend35104
July 5." the like35104
7108
1881.£s.d.
June 24.By Harrietsham Almshouses, Kent— Amount distributed amongst six free almspeople, half year to this day17152
" Jesus' Hospital, Bray— the like17152
Dec. 9." Jesus' Hospital, Bray— the like17152
" Harrietsham Almshouses— the like17152
7108

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with William Copynger.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31To one year's rentcharge0310

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 24.By St. Mildred, Bread Street0310

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Richard Edmonds.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's rentcharge1480
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By St. Peter's Hospital, for payments as directed1480

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with John Fletcher.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's interest600
600
188½.£s.d.
Jan. 2.By almspeople in St. Peter's Hospital0100
Feb. 6." " "0100
Mar. 6." " "0100
April 3." " "0100
May 1." " "0100
June 5." " "0100
July 3." " "0100
Aug. 7." " "0100
Sept. 4." " "0100
Oct. 2." " "0100
Nov. 6." " "0100
Dec. 4." " "0140
600

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Henry Gardner.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's interest1134
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By weekly pensioners1134

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Sir John Gayer.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's annuity500
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By St. Peter's Hospital (coals)500

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Robert Gayer.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.To one year's annuity500
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By weekly pensioners500

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with William Goddard.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To balance from last account454150
1881. Feb. 4" Rev. G. Proctor—
Amount returned for one year's quit rent to Michaelmas 1877 to poor of Warfield in-correctly charged080
Sept. 29.quit rents—
One year to this day2710
Oct. 5.dividends—
On 1,712l. 2s. 5d. Reduced 3l. per Cent. Annuities, one year to this day5174
Dec. 25, Short Lane Farm, Mill Croft Fields, &c.—
Rent and interest for draining for bullock shed and for chalk, one year to this day27120
" Lords Lands Farm—
Rent, one year to this day10000
" No. 10, Aldgate—
the like38100
, No. 3, Jewry Street—
the like33000
Carried forward1,59102
Brought forward1,59102
1,59102
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To balance brought down4461610
1881.Estate.£s.d.
Jan. 18.By poor of Warfield—
Four years quit rent1120
" E. C. Headington—£s.d.
March 25.Allowance of 25 per cent. on the quarter's rent to this day, per order of court 11th Nov. 18801650
Dec. 25.Allowance of 15 per cent. on three quarter's rent to this day, to be laid out in cake or artificial manure, per order of court 8th Dec. 18812950
45100
July 19." expenses of deputation to almshouses and estate3739
Aug. 3." J. Sexton, repairing fences3116
Sept. 29." quit rent payable, less property tax 8d.1162
Dec. 25." J. Hercy—
Allowance of 10 per cent. on the year's rent, to Michaelmas 1881, per order of court 12th Jan. 18821000
" Company's subscriptions to Bray charities550
" 31." W. Cubitt and Co.—
Taking down old iron door and building up opening at 3, Jewry Street13195
£s.d.
" J. T. Brown, surveyor—
Visiting the lands three times yearly, reporting and attending deputation770
Making special report re Headington and travelling expenses180
Meeting Mr. Hercy, re Drainage and timber for new fence, &c.1150
10100
" Messer and Co.—
Timber for repairing fences and buildings774
Jesus Hospital.
£s.d.
Jan. 13.By Insurance—
On 6,800l. for one year to Christmas 1881520
Dec. 31." pensions to inmates780120
" out pensions charged to the Company by orders of court1740
" gifts2550
" nurses22100
" medical attendance5500
" coats and gowns5747
" fagots21100
" coals106120
1,090197
Carried forward1,11790
Brought forward1,11790
Dec. 31.To repairs—
T. Lamb, builder—£s.d.
Drainage work at chaplain's house900
Lavers, Barraud, and Westlake—
For two three-light windows and tracery erected in the chapel6400
T. Lamb, builder—
Small repairs for quarter to Ladyday and repairing pump in June9172
T. C. Clarke, surveyor—
Superintending drainage works, re-instatements to roof of chaplain's house, stained glass windows to chapel, and attending the deputation14193
£s.d.
C. Mickley, builder—
Contract for rebuilding walls and putting on new roofs to chaplain's residence11500
New grates, &c. in chaplain's house25126
General repairs to the houses and premises for half year to date19113
16039257102
" paymaster10000
" Rev. G. Proctor, annuity, three quarters to Michaelmas750
" upper keeper200
" under keeper200
" sundries—
J. Morgan—£s.d.
For 21 yards gravel4146
H. Southeran & Co.—
Books for the library741
J. Burdett—
For 14 standard roses270
Labour on the premises, &c.123102695
1,553192
Less—
Paid by the Company and sundry donors546110
1,00782
" balance carried down4461610
1,59102

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

23rd March, 1882.

Fishmongers' Company as Governors of Holt School in account with Sir John Gresham.

1881.£s.d.
June 24.To Seale Hayne's trust— for Jodrell Prize600
July 5." dividends on year to this day—
on 2,493l. residue of 5,280l. 18s. Three per Cent. Consols, purchased with 4,700l., the consideration money paid by the Metropolitan Railway Company for the purchase of Nos. 18, 19, and 20, Barbican74160
Sept. 29." quit and free farm rents—
one year due this day1155
Dec. 25." premises at Cripplegate—
per Fore Street Warehouse Company, sixsevenths of one year's rent60000
" No. 112, Fore Street—
one year's rent25000
" No. 113, Fore Street— the like14500
" warehouse behind do.— the like7000
" premises at Finsbury—
per J. and H. Lee—
" one year's rent10000
" C. Easton— the like100
" land and premises at Holt—
per Rev. R. J. Roberts—
one year's rent8140
" E. Wade—
£s.d.
one quarter to Ladyday2100
" E. Withers—
three quarters to Christmas7100
1000
" G. Fisher—
one year's rent5100
Carried forward
Brought forward
per J. T. Skrimshire—
the like4600
" H. Cooke—
the like33150
" R. Wigram—
the like6500
" T. Beresford—
£s.d.
three quarters to Michaelmas69150
" J. Ives—
one quarter to Christmas15150
85100
" W.H.C. Hardy—
one year's rent010
land at Hunworth—
per J. Stratton—
one year's rent1500
Carried forward
Brought forward
5,18316
1880.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By balance from last account4,2024
The Estate.
1881.By insurances:
Jan. 3.one year to Christmas 1881—£s.d.
on 900l. on house let to J. Skrimshire126
" 600l. on houses let to Withers and Fisher0150
Sept. 30.one year to Michaelmas 1882—
on 550l. on house and barn let to Ives0126
2100
June 24." Wm. Pashley, painter—
papering, whitewashing, &c., house let to Mrs. Withers430
Sept. 6." C. Easton—
property tax allowed on 1l., one year's rent006
Oct. 6." S. Cozens Hardy, agent and steward—
one year's allowance2000
moiety of costs, H. Cooke's agreement150
moiety of costs, Stratton's agreement11
advertising Hunworth land060
22120
Dec. 25." G. Fisher—
rates allowed during the year0108
Carried forward
Brought forward
Dec. 31.By W. Rush, builder—
£s.d.
premises occupied by Fisher and Withers, new door to back kitchen and small repairs390
Premises occupied by Dr. Skrimshire—
repairing roofs2166
Premises occupied by Mr. Ives—
repairing, papering, &c. at dwelling-house22140
Premises occupied by Mr. Stratton—
for seven new field gates, &c.1150
4046
Exhibitions.
Sept. 29.By R. B. Leeds—
one year's exhibition to this day2000
" R. J. Roberts—
the like2000
" D. Vale—
the like2000
6000
Donations.
June 24.By Coleman Street Ward Schools—
one year's subscription440
Sept. 29." Third Norfolk Rifle Volunteers—
the like220
" Nurses' Home at Holt—
the like220
880
School Accounts.
Jan. 3.By insurance of school premises, &c.—
on 1,200l. for one year to Christmas 18812166
" Rev. R. J. Roberts, master—
one year's salary30000
" J. H. Howell, usher—
the like15000
" B. C. Brough, second usher—
the like950
" Rev. C. A Elton, late master—
annuity one year to this day20000
Books.
£s.d.
By allowance for writing books37100
" R. J. Playford—
two-thirds of his accounts for school books3138
68138
Prizes.
£s.d.
By E. Stanford—
for prizes in July and December10810
" allowance to master for prizes for his private boarders, 1 year500
" athletic sports prizes550
201310
Printing and Stationery.
£s.d.
By R. J. Playford—
advertising4196
" examination papers—
in July and December320
" ink wells026
840
" J. Palmer—
examination papers5110
13150
Coals.
By R. Cooke—
10 tons during the year13140
Rates and Taxes.
£s.d.
Mar. 25.By income tax—
one year ending 5th April 1881068
" inhabited house duty—
the like2126
" poor rate made 1st October 18801125
June 24." rentcharge—
half year ending 1st April 1881135
" highway rate made 2nd April 1881117
" poor " 24th May "112
" gas " 23rd May "112
Sept. 29.Poor " " "1125
" contribution in lieu of church rates for the year 1880200
Dec. 25." contribution in lieu of church rates for the year 1881200
" rentcharge—
half year ending 1st October 1881135
" poor rate—
made 9th November 1881, 1st instalment232
1904
Carried forward
1881.Brought forward£s.d.
Repairs to Premises.
June 24.By C. T. Baker, ironmonger—
small repairs during the half-year298
" W. Pashley, painter—
the like400
W. Rush, builder—
£s.d.
6 loads gravel170
cleaning soft water cisterns and drains230
small repairs during halfyear973
12173
Dec. 25." " W. H. Burrell, plumber—
the like11511
" W. Bush, builder— the like889
29117
Sundries.
Sept. 29.By cleaning school0100
Dec. 25." stamps for the year1100
" sand for the school0120
" visitors' luncheons in July and December1000
" parish clerk050
" carriage of parcels in July and December050
" J. Reeve—
winding up and regulating clocks for 18811601480
927811
Dec. 31." interest— for one year at 4 per cent. per annum on the following amounts in accordance with the opinion of the Charity Commissioners, dated 11th May 1869, viz.:—
On balance of account to 31st December 1858 as charged in preceding years, 1.435. 1s. 11½d.
Less, the difference between
Total amount of debt on which interest has been charged, viz., 4,469l. 12s. 4½d.; and the amount standing to debit of trust on 31st December 1880—
4,202l. 4s. 2½d.—267 8 2
1,167 13 9½46142
On.
On 2,620l., balance of 3,000l., part of amount expended in rebuilding school house104160
On 414l. 10s. 5d. for surveyor, clerk of the works, and travelling expenses16116
16818
5,4363
Less, amount paid by the Company—
Rev. C. A. Elton, annuity20000
athletic sports prizes550
private boarders' prizes550
3rd Norfolk Rifle Volunteers220
exhibitions, part of 60l.4000
25270
5,18316
£s.d.
1881.
Dec. 31.By balance brought down3,6565

23rd March 1882.

W.B. Towse,
Clerk.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Robert Harding.

1881.£s.d.
April 5.To half-year's dividend1100
Oct. 5." the like1100
300
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By weekly pensioners300
300

23rd March 1882.

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

Fishmongers' Company in account with John Harper.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's annuity900
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By Saint Peter's Hospital900

23rd March 1882.

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

Fishmongers' Company in account with John Hayne.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's rentcharge200
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By weekly pensioners200

23rd March 1832.

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Seale Hayne.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. April 5.To half year's dividend300
Oct. 5." the like300
600

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. June 24.By Holt School—
One year's gift to the best scholar in mathematics600
600

23rd March 1882.

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

Fishmongers' Company in account with John Heron.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To one year's rentcharge400
400
£s.d.
1881. Mar. 25.By Rector of Little Ilford368
" the wardens0134
400

23rd March 1882.

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

Fishmongers' Company in account with John Hibbert.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To Fishmongers' Company to balance this account8740
8740
£s.d.
1881. June 24.By Jesus Hospital—
8 married parishionary inmates, 28 weeks' pension to this day, at 2s. 6d. per week each2800
24 single parishionary inmates, the like at 6d. per week each16160
1 inmate—
4 weeks to 6th January as a married man, at 2s. 6d. per week0100
24 weeks to this day as a single man, at 6d. per week0120
1 single inmate—
4 weeks to 6th January, at 6d. per week020
the like, 24 weeks to this day, at 6d. per week0120
Dec. 9.8 married parishionary inmates, 24 weeks' pension to this day, at 2s. 6d. per week each2400
25 single inmates—
the like, at 6d. per week each1500
1 single inmate—
4 weeks to 22nd July, at 6d. per week020
1 married inmate—
12 weeks to 9th December, at 2s. per week1100
8740

23rd March 1882.

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

Fishmongers' Company in account with William Hippisley.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To one year's annuity1500
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 25.By St. Peter's Hospital1500

23rd March 1882.

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

Fishmongers' Company in account with James Hulbert.

£s.d.
1881. April 5.To half-year's dividend12284
Oct. 5." the like12284
244168
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 25.By St. Peter's Hospital244168
244168

23rd March 1882.

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Sir Thomas Hunt.

£s.d.£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To one year's rentcharge20100
Less—
Land tax114
1988
£s.d.
1881. June 24.By the wardens100
Dec. 25." St. Peter's Hospital1888
1988

23rd March 1882.

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Thomas Jenyns's 1st Will.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To one year's rentcharge500
500
£s.d.
1881. June 24By the wardens068
Dec. 24." St. Michael, Crooked Lane0134
" St. Ethelburga0134
" St. Magnus the Martyr0134
" Margaret, New Fish Street0134
" Mary Magdalen0134
" Nicholas, Cole Abbey0134
" St. Mary, Somerset0134
500

23rd March 1882.

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Thomas Jenyns's 2nd Will.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To one year's rentcharge1600
1600
£s.d.
1881. April 21.By poor in and about Old Fish Street200
" " New Fish Street200
June 24." the wardens100
" the Company's clerk034
" parish of Braughing—
for gifts due 25th March and 24th June8134
Nov. 25." chamberlain of London034
Dec. 24." Christ's Hospital200
1600

26rd March 1882.

W. B. Towse,
Clerk.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Henry Jourdeyne.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's rentcharge4120
4120

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 24.By Founder's Company0134
" St. Botolph, Aldgate100
" St. Catherine Cree068
" St. Bride068
" 25." weekly pensioners free of the Company, there still being no persons answering the description in the Will living in Fish Street, &c., the same as certified by the Report of the Commissioners of Charities, 1824254
4120

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Richard Knight.

1881.£s.d.
DecTo one year's rentcharge234
234
1881.£s.d.
June 24.By the wardens1100
Dec. 25." weekly pensioners— free of the Company0134
234

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Sir John Leman.

1881.£s.d.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's rentcharge1200
Less land tax0180
1120
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By St. Peter's Hospital1120
1120

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with James Martyne.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's annuity2100
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By weekly pensioners2100

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with James Mougham.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's annuity0130
0130
1881.£s.d.
June 24.By the wardens0100
Dec. 24." Saint Mary at Hill030
0130

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Arthur Mowse.

1881.£s.d.
June 24.To half-year's rent2500
Dec. 25." the like2500
5000
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 24.By Saint Michael, Crooked Lane51010
" the renter warden114
" prison charities456
" 25." Saint Peter's Hospital3924
5000

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with John Owen.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's annuity1200
1200
1881.£s.d.
Mar. 20.By Jesus Hospital100
" Harrietsham Almshouses100
" 25." Queen Elizabeth's Free Grammar School, Chipping Barnet9120
June 24." the Company's clerk080
1200

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with George Pearce.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 5.To half-year's dividend—
On 2,946l. 13s. 4d. Three per Cent. Consols4440
July 5." the like4440
8880
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By Jesus Hospital— Amount paid to the 34 parishionary inmates for the year to this day8880
8880

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Nicholas Pendlebury.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's annuity100
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By weekly pensioners100

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers Company in account with Richard Poyntell.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's annuity900
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By Saint Peter's Hospital900

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Mark Quested, including Masters of Arts and Students' Accounts.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
AprilTo half-year's dividends—
On 332l. 19s. Three per Cents. Reduced41911
" 167l. 6s. 5d. " "2102
Oct. 5." the like—
On 332l. 19s. Three per Cent. Reduced41911
" 167l. 6s. 5d.2102
Dec. 25.amount paid by the Company during the year (per order of Court, 10th March 1870, during pleasure) to make up the exhibitions to the Masters of Arts and students to 20l. per annum each711910
one year's rentcharge14500
23200

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Feb. 8.By W. R. Thompson—
One quarter's exhibition to Christmas 1880500
Mar. 25." Christ's Hospital—
One year's gift to this day2500
" R. S. Goodchild—
Half-year's exhibition to Lady-day 18811000
" 26." H. N. Read, M.A.—
The like1000
" 28." H. J. Glennie—
The like1000
" 30." C. V. Coates, M.A.—
One quarter's exhibition to Lady-day500
April 4." G. H, Wallace, M.A.—
The like500
" 26." H. J. L. J. Massé—
Half-year's exhibition to Lady-day1000
May 12." C. T. Salisbury—
One quarter's exhibition to Lady-day500
Sept. 30." H. N. Read, M.A.—
Half-year's exhibition to Michaelmas1000
Oct. 3." R. S. Goodchild—
The like1000
" 6." T. F. Rolfe, M.A.—
One quarter's exhibition to Michaelmas500
" 10." H. J. Glennie—
Half-year's exhibition to Michaelmas1000
" H. J. L. J. Massé—
The like1000
" 14." G. H. Wallace, M.A.—
The like1000
" 22." S. T. Salisbury—
Half-year's exhibition to Michaelmas1000
Nov. 8." C. V. Coates, M.A.—
The like1000
Dec. 25" Harrietsham Almshouses—
12 almspeople, 6l. each7200
23200

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Barnard Randolph.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's annuity1000
1000
1881.£s.d.
Feb. 8.By Arthur Newton Johnson—
One quarter's exhibition to Christmas 1880 (being part of 5l., the Company having raised the exhibition to 20l. per annum during pleasure)100
April 23." parish of Ticehurst—
One year's gift due 5th inst.400
Oct. 29." John Bartlett Cobb—
Three quarter's exhibition to Michaelmas 1881 as above300
Dec. 24." St. Mary Magdalen100
" St. Nicholas Olave100
1000

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Audrey Spence.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's annuity2100
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 24.By St. Leonards, Shoreditch2100

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Sir Thomas Trumball.

1881.£s.d.£s.d.
Dec. 25.To one year's rent charge100
Less property tax006
0196
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By weekly pensioners0196
0196

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Sir Thomas Trevor.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's annuity600
600
1881.£s.d.
Mar. 25.By one quarter's payment to six poor widows1100
June 24." the like1100
Sept. 29." the like1100
Dec. 24." the like1100
600

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Owen Waller.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's rent charge2120
1881.£s.d.
Mar. 25.By St. Michael, Crooked Lane2120

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Thomas Ware.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's rent charge580
1881.£s.d.
Mar. 25.By St. Michae Crooked Lane580

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.

Fishmongers' Company in account with Thomas Weston.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31To one year's rent charge068
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 24.By St. Nicholas, Cole Abbey068

W. B. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882

Fishmongers' Company in account with Loan Trust Accounts for Interest received and how disposed of.

1881.On£s.d.
Jan. 24.To J. Seakens. Interest, ½ year to 21st Jan. 1881200300
Feb. 9." G. Dards " " 8th Feb. "200300
" 14." G. Brand " 1½ year to 2nd Jan. "200900
April 27." R. Cresswell " ½ year to 8th May "200300
May 7." R. Hatt " " 6th " "200300
" 10." H.J. Blay " " 6th May "1001100
June 8." W.S. Kent " 16 months to 1st Nov. 1880200800
July 18." J. Seakins " ½ year to 21st July "200300
Aug. 3." G. Dards " " 8th Aug. "200300
Nov. 26." G. Brand " " 2nd July "200300
Dec. 29." R. Hatt " " 6th Nov. "200300
" 31." London Joint Stock Bank—
Interest for the year to this day on balances5133
" balance from Company's account446
5279
Interest due by
1881.£s.d.
Sept. 1.To S. T. Blay. Interest to this dayon balance10139
" 13." W. J. Bassett " 3 years to this day" "10189
" 10." T.J. Ludbrook " to this day" "4113
Oct. 6." H.J. Blay " ½ year to this day" 100l.1100
" 7." T. Phillips " to this day" balances51411
" 27." A.J. King " 2 years to this day" 100l.600
Nov. 1." W.S. Kent " 1 year to this day" 200l.600
4588

Cr.

1881.Under£s.
Jan. 1.By rector of St. George, Botolph LaneStokes'sTrust10
Mar. 22." almspeople in lesser almshouses, CroydonAllott's"30
" vicar of CroydonBarlow's"016
" inmates of Whitgift's Hospital, towards 2l. 13s. 4d., the cost of a dinner, this day""013
" poor of the said hospital""010
" Company's clerk attending sermon""06
" poor freemen of London""013
" churchwardens of SandersteadAllott's"10
" 25." poor of Bread Street Ward""40
" Mercer's CompanyHaydon"36
April 21." 10 freemen and widowsColing's"30
" poor persons inhabiting within the city of LondonLong's"30
" 23." parish of AshwellWilliams's"30
June 24." Company's beadleAllen's"04
Dec. 24." " clerkBroomsgrove's"02
" " "Baskerville's"010
" chaplain, St. Peter's HospitalBroomsgrove's"05
" Company's beadle""02
" " "Baskerville's"010
" " "Halsey's"06
" St. Mary Magdalen""30
" St. Nicholas, Cole AbbeyBroomsgrove's"10
" St. Nicholas OlaveField's"013
" St. Mildred, Bread StreetThwaite's"10
" St. Peter's HospitalBaskerville's"40
" " "Broomsgrove's"10
" " "Cleator's"010
" Jesus HospitalBaskerville's"40
" Weekly pensionersBacon's"30
" " "Hacker's"16
" "Owen's"20
" 31." the CompanyLarkins's"30
"Palley's"10
527

W. R. Towse, Clerk.

23rd March 1882.