Charitable accounts of the Goldsmiths' Company

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1884

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GOLDSMITHS' COMPANY.

Charity Accounts for One Year ending 31st March 1882.

Copy Letter from the Goldsmiths' Company to the Commissioners of Charities.

Goldsmiths' Hall,
31st October 1881.

To the Commissioners of Charities for England and Wales.

Gentlemen,
The Goldsmiths' Company are trustees of 56 Charities. Of these, the income of 31 is given by the founders solely for the benefit of the poor of the Company, and of 12 the income is partly applicable to the poor of the Company. The amount of the income of the 31 Charities for last year was about 8,420l., and the amount of that part of the income of the 12 Charities which is applicable to the poor of the Company for last year was about 1,400l., making together 9,820l. The sum expended by the Company for the benefit of poor freemen of the Company, widows of freemen, and daughters of freemen, unmarried or widows, was 10,733l. The income of some of these Charities is likely to increase in amount. The poor of the Company have been for some time diminishing in number. Of each of the 56 Charity foundations of which the Company are trustees, a separate debtor and creditor account of receipts and payments is kept in the Company's Charity ledger (56 separate accounts), and accounts of all the Charities are annually sent to the Charity Commissioners.

Tables of the names of the founders of the Charities for the benefit of poor members, and of the income thereof, are appended hereto.

It is now evident that the Charity revenues applicable to the poor of the Company will soon much exceed the necessities of the objects of those foundations, and therefore that it will be expedient to find some other beneficial application of the surplus.

With this in view, and for the purpose of simplifying our accounts, I am instructed by the Wardens and Court of Assistants of the Company to apply to the Charity Commissioners for an order enabling the Company to consolidate all their Charities founded solely or partially for their poor and providing that the whole of the revenues applicable thereto shall be carried to the credit of one account with an appropriate heading, and that all payments for the benefit of poor freemen, widows and daughters of freemen, whether by way of pension or donation, shall be debited thereto, the balance whenever there shall be a surplus, to be carried to an accumulation fund, the application of such fund for some charitable object such as the founding a Convalescent Hospital, establishing additional Pensions for the Blind, or the advancement of Education, to be decided on, with the consent of the Commissioners of Charities, so soon as it shall amount to 10,000l.

The Wardens and Court of Assistants hope that this scheme will appear to the Commissioners as it does to them to be expedient, and that the Commissioners will give it their sanction.

I have the honour to be,
Gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
Walter Prideaux,
Clerk of the Goldsmiths' Company.

Appendix. Charities solely for the Poor of the Company.

Founder.Income. 1880-1881.
£s.d.
Atte Hay1,574114
Blanshard800
Brocklesby200
Cheney400
Crowshaw2000
Davy614
Fickelts400
Fountain2000
Fowle800
Gurden900
Hall3000
Harding, Agas394
Harding, Thomas14358
Hetherington400
Hilles (Wood Street property)1,05920
Hoare, Henry800
Hoare, Sir R.800
Loveday500
Makepeace566
Mundie (half the income, the other half goes to the Company for the maintenance of the Hall)58534
Myddelton2,73834
Newmann6188
Pemberton1000
Pattesley1534
Perchard1298
Peirson2100
Ramsay1000
Taddy1200
Vyner7120
Walker400
Walton2,09364
8,419210

31 Charities.

Charities partly for the Poor of the Company and partly for other objects.

Founder.Income applicable to the Poor of the Company.
£s.d.
Ash117132
Fox400
Hille (St. Vedast Estate) once in 3 years2600
Jenner1500
Morrell3140
Paine500
Perryn122108
Southwood1,040110
Strelley800
Wollaston2612
Robinson200
Smith1000
1,40800

12 Charities.

Accounts of the Expenditure of the Goldsmiths' Company for the benefits of their poor members for one year ending 31st March 1881.

Pensions.

£s.d.£s.d.
Men2,363100
Ash's1600
Hall's3000
2,409100
Widows3,44600
Fountain's2000
3,46600
Daughters2,90800
8,783100

Donations.

Men23000
Widows35500
Daughters1,21500
1,80000
Warden's Gift to Freemen10000
Company's Poor Box5000
15000
10,733100

In the return made to the inquiries of the Royal Commission, at the end of the accounts of the Income and Expenditure of our Charities for ten years, ending 31st March 1880, (fn. 1) is the following observation:—

"An examination of this return will show that four fifths of the income of all the Charity property vested in the Goldsmiths' Company is applicable to the poor of the Company, and it will be seen by the accounts that the annual amount expended for the relief of poor freemen, and poor widows and daughters of freemen is considerably in excess of the income applicable to these objects. (fn. 1) A large number of the freemen of the Goldsmiths' Company belong to the artisan class, and become objects of the bounty of the Company in consequence of sickness, age, and want of employment. No deserving member of the Company, no deserving widow, or unmarried or widowed daughter of a freeman, falls into poverty or decay without receiving on application to the Company, pecuniary assistance. The number of persons applying for pecuniary relief, however, diminishes year by year, and the time may probably come when the improved annual value of the Company's trust property, and a diminution of the number of persons requiring relief, will render it desirable for the Company to take into consideration the expediency of applying some portion of the income of the trust estates under a scheme to be approved by the Charity Commissioners, in a manner different from that provided by the wills of benefactors."

Copy Reply of the Commission.

Charity Commission,
Whitehall, S. W.
18th November 1881.

"Charitable Trusts Acts."

At the head of your reply write:—C. 36190.

Goldsmiths' Company.

Charities for the benefit of the Poor of the Company.

Sir,

The attention of the Commissioners having been directed to the scope of the inquiry of the City of London Livery Companies' Commission, I am to say that the Board do not think it expedient at the present time to interfere by way of Scheme with the Charities referred to in the communication received at this office on the 31st-ulto.

I am, Sir,
Your obedient Servant,
Hen. M. Vane,
Secretary.

W. S. Prideaux, Esq.,
Goldsmiths' Hall, E.C.

No. 1.—The Charity of Thomas Atte Haye.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
6th April 1405Property.—Houses in the City of London. The income and revenues of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 1,677l. 11s. 4d.The poor members of the Company.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Rent of No. 7, Stationers Court115126
Do. 8, Do.93164
Do. 30, Ludgate Street24150
Do. 32, Do.19550
Do. 162–3, Fleet Street1,031126
1,677114
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Widows, Class D., towards their pensions442136
" " " B., " "398168
" " " A., " "35000
Paid Law Costs220
1,193122

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1,193122
Balance carried down76204
1,955126

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Mar. 31By balance in hand27812
1882.
Mar. 31" amount received as above1,677114
1,955126
Balance brought down£76204

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 2.—The Charity of Francis Ash.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
6th September 1652Property.—Houses in the City of London.
The income and revenues of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 287l. 4s.
To the Mayor and Aldermen of Derby for charitable uses the sum of 20l. yearly. For the poor of the Company and for apprenticing poor Freemen's sons.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Rent of No. 13, Little New Street5460
" 14, "7460
" 15, "5460
" 16, "10460
28740
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almswomen towards their pensions3524
" " almsmen " "661010
" 16 poor freemen of the Company at 20s. each1600
" the casual poor of the Company1461010
" the Warden, Clerk, and Beadle of the Company300
" the Charity Trustees of the Town of Derby.2000
28740

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above28740

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
1882. Mar. 31By amount received as above28740

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 3.—The Charity of Henry Bannister.

Date of Will or Deed.Property.
Income and Revenues.
Object or Objects.
16th July 1625Property.—160l.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882, is 8l.
The Churchwardens and Overseers of the Parish of St. John, Hackney, for charitable uses.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 160l. at 4 per cent.800
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Parish of St. John, Hackney800

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above800

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above800

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No.4.—The Charity of John Barrett.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
11th Oct. 1611.Property.—Houses in the City of London. The Income and Revenues of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882, is 3l. 5s.10l. a year was charged on the houses for superstitious uses from which the Company were relieved. The following annual payments to the poor of the under-mentioned parishes the Company continue to make, and treat them as a charge on the rents of this property.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Amount derived from rents350
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the poor of the Parish of St. Vedast for one year0100
" " " St. John Zachary for one year150
" " " St. Leonard for one year026
" " " St. Mary Staining for one year076
" " " St. Peter for one year076
" " " St. Michael for one year050
2176

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount as above2176
Balance carried down126
400

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Mar. 31By Balance in hand0150
1882. Mar. 31Amount received as above350
400
Balance brought down£126

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 5.—The Charity of Robert Blanshard.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
17th August 1680Property.—200l. The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 8l.To pay 4l. a year to two poor persons.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 200l. at 4 per cent.800
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almswomen towards their pensions800

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above800

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above800

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 6.—The Charity of Sir Martin Bowes.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
Will dated 20th September 1562.Property.—Houses in the City of London and Almshouses at Woolwich.For the poor of the Almshouses.
For the poor of the Parish of Woolwich.
Deed dated 20th September 1565.The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 192l. 18s.For the poor of the Goldsmiths' Company and the maintenance of Goldsmiths' Hall.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Rent of 67, Lombard Street192180
Amount given by the Goldsmiths' Company in aid of this Charity1210
194010
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the 5 Woolwich almswomen82150
" for coals and candles supplied to ditto18120
" Water rate400
" sundry gifts at the annual visitation to the almshouses814
" medical attendance and nurse for the almsfolk4560
" Insurance on the almshouses0160
" towards repairs of ditto33106
194010

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above194010

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above194010

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 7.—The Charity of Robert Brocklesby.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
2nd September 1625Property, 34l.2l. a year to poor men.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882, is 2l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 34l. pursuant to the Will200
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Men Pensioners, Class D.200

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above200

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above200

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 8.—The Charity of Richard Cheney.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
29th June 1625Property. The annual sum of 4l. charged on land at Plaistow.For the poor men of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity, for the year ending 31st March 1882, is 4l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
A fee-farm rent on land at Plaistow400
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Hackney almsmen400

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above400

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above400

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 9.—The Charity Of Richard Crowshaw.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
16th April 1631Property.—400l.20l. a year to poor Goldsmiths.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 20l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 400l. at 5l. per cent.2000
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the men Pensioners, Class D.2000

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above2000

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above2000

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 10.—The Charity of Harry Osborn Cureton.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
Deed dated 9th February 1838.Property.—3,000l., New 3l. per cent. annuities.Freemen of the Goldsmiths' Company.
" 1,800l., 3l. per cent. consolidated annuities.Widows of such freemen and freemen of the City of London, and the widows of such freemen who are totally blind.
Will dated 19th July 1848.The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 144l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Dividends on 3,000l. New 3l. per cent. annuities one year9000
" 1,800l. 3l. per cent. consolidated annuities one year5400
14400
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid 7 poor blind persons at 20l. each14000
" 1 " " 10l.1000
15000

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above15000
Balance carried down14330
29330

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Mar. 31By balance in hand14930
1882.
Mar. 31" amount received as above14400
29330
Balance brought down£14330

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 11.—The Charity of Oliver Davy.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
24th May 1474.Property.—6l. 1s. 4d. per annum charged on land.For poor men of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 6l. 1s. 4d.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Amount of rentcharge from the Goldsmith's Company pursuant to the will.614
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Hackney almsmen614

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above614

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above614

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 12.—The Charity Of Sir James Drax.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
10th December 1663.Property.—100l.To pay 5l. a year to the Churchwardens of the parish of St. John Zachary for the poor.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 5l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 100l. at 5 per cent.500
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the poor of the parish of St. John Zachary500

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above500

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above500

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 13.—The Charity of Rachel Farmer.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
18th September 1813Property 1,000l.—Stock new 3 per cent. annuities.To pay the interest to 10 poor blind men and women
The Income and Revenues of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 30l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Dividends on 1,000l. (3 per cent. annuities)3000
Amount given by the Goldsmiths' Company in aid of this Charity1000
4000
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid 10 poor blind persons 4l. each4000
4000

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above4000

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above4000

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 14.—The Charity of Anthony Ficketts.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
10th February 1685Property.—100l.To pay 4l. per annum to two poor freemen.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1881 is 4l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 100l. at 4 per cent.400
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the men pensioners, Class D.400

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above400

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above400

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 15.—The Charity of Jane Fountain.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
7th March 1843Property.—656l. 6s. 5d. (3 per cent. Consols).For the benefit of the Company of Goldsmiths, to be applied in such manner as John Lane (the late Clerk) should think fit.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882, is 19l. 13s. 8d.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Dividends on 656l. 6s. 5d. (3 per cent. Consols)19138
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almsfolk, 20s. each2000

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above2000
Balance carried down29143
49143

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Mar. 31By balance in hand3007
1882.
Mar. 31" amount received as above19138
49143
Balance brought down29143

William Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 16.—The Charity of Sir Thomas Fowle.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
30th July 1691Property.—A fee-farm rent of 10l., reduced by land tax to 8l.For five poor widows of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity, for the year ending 31st March 1882, is 10l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
A fee-farm rent on land at Wells1000
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almswomen800
" Land Tax on land at Wells200
1000

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1000

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above1000

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 17.—The Charity of John Fox.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
14th March 1597Property.—A shop in Fish Street and 150l.10l. a year to the Master of a Grammar School at Dean in Cumberland, and 1s. 4d. a week to a poor freeman.
The Income and Revenues of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 14l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Rent of premises in New Fish Street800
Interest on 150l. at 4 per cent600
1400
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Master of Dean School1000
Paid the Hackney almsmen400
1400

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1400

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above1400

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 18.—The Charity of Benjamin Gurden.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
15th December 1803Property.—300l. (3 per cent. Consols).For the widow Pensioners of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 9l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Dividends on 300l. (3 per cent. Consols)900
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the widow Pensioners, Class C.900

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above900

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above900

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 19.—The Charity of George Hall.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
5th August 1795Property.—1,000l. 3l. per cent. Reduced annuities.For poor members of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 30l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Dividends on 1,000l. (3l. per cent. Reduced annuities)3000
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid 30 poor freemen of the Company3000

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above3000

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above3000

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 20.—The Charity of Agas Harding.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
23rd January 1513Property.—3l. 9s. 4d. per annum charged on Land and Houses.For poor widows of Goldsmiths.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 3l. 9s. 4d.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Amount derived from rents394
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almswomen394

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above394

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above394

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 21.—The Charity of Thomas Harding.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
16th January 1824Property.—2,379l. 12s. 2d. (3l. per cent. Reduced annuities.For the Action Pensioners.
" 2,396l. 17s. 6d. (3l. per cent. Consols).
The Income and Revenues of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 143l. 5s. 8d.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Dividends on 2,379l. 12s. 2d. (3l. per cent. Reduced annuities)7178
" 2,396l. 17s. 6d. (3l. per cent. Consols)71180
14358
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almsmen491210
" " almswomen931210
14358

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above14358

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above14358

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 22.—The Charity of Humphrey Hetherington.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
17th April 1728Property.—100l.The poor of the Company
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 4l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 100l. at 4l. per cent.400
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Hackney almsmen400

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above400

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above400

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 23.—The Charity of John Heydon.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
6th March 1579Property.—100l.To be lent at interest at 3l. 6s. 8d. per annum, and the interest paid to the Mercers' Company for charitable uses.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending March 31st 1882 is 3l. 6s. 8d.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 100l.368
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Mercers' Company the same368

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31.To amount paid as above368

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above368

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 24.—The Charity of John Hilles (St. Vedast Estate).

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
6th September 1430Property.—2l. 12s. per annum and the cost of 13 gowns once in three years charged on houses in the parish of St. Vedast.For coals for the poor in several parishes.
The Income and Revenues of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 2l. 12s.

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31st MARCH 1882

Receipts.£s.d.
Amount charged on property as devised2120
2120
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the poor of the parish of St. John Zachary080
" " St. Vedast080
" " St. Mary Staining080
" " St. Michaels080
Paid casual poor of the Company0120
2120

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above240
Balance carried down140
380

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Mar. 31By balance in hand0160
1882.
Mar. 31By amount received as above2120
380
Balance brought down140

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 25.—The Charity of John Hilles, Wood Street and Fleet Street Estates.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Incomes and Revenues.Object or Objects.
6th September 1430Property.—Houses in Wood Street and Fleet Street.For the poor of the Company.
The Income and Revenues of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882, is 956l. 2s.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Rent of No. 118, Wood Street5500
" 119, "12000
" 124, "247146
" 162 and 163, Fleet Street53376
95620
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Hackney Pensioners206128
" the widow Pensioners, Class C.74774
" the law costs220
95620

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above95620

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above95620

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 26.—The Charity of Henry Hoare.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
5th March 1722Property.—200l.The poor of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882, is 8l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 200l. at 4 per cent.800
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the men Pensioners, Class C.800

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above800

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above800

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 27.—The Charity of Sir Richard Hoare.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
2nd October 1718Property.—200l.For poor widows of freemen.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1881 is 8l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 200l. at 4 per cent.800
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almswomen800

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above800

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above800

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 28.—The Charity of Thomas Jameson.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
13th June 1679Property.—100l.To the Churchwardens at Hackney for charitable uses.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 5l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 100l. at 5 per cent.500
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the parish of St. John, Hackney500

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above500

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above500

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 29.—The Charity of Robert Jenner.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
Deed dated 9th December 1648.Property.—The annual sum of 43l. 10s., charged on a house and land in Foster Lane.The poor of the parish of St. John Zachary.
Will dated 6th December 1651.The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882, is 43l. 10s." " St. Leonard Foster.
The Treasurer of St. Bartholomew's Hospital.
The poor of the Company and officers of the Company.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Amount derived from rents43100
43100
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the men Pensioners, Class D.1500
" St. Bartholomew's Hospital1500
" the parish of St. John Zachary500
" " St. Leonard500
" the Wardens, Clerk, and Beadle3100
43100

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above43100

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above43100

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 30.—The Charity of John Loveday.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
15th June 1693Property.—100l.For poor widows of freemen.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 5l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 100l. at 5 per cent.500
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almswomen500

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above500

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above500

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 31.—The Charity of Robert Makepeace.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenue.Object or Objects.
8th August 1799Property.—100l. which bought 177l. 11s. 3 per cent. Consols.For the almswomen.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 5l. 6s. 6d.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 177l. 11s. (3 per cent. Consols)566
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the widow Pensioners Class D.566

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above566

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above566

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 32.—The Charity of Elizabeth Morley.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenue.Object or Objects.
Deed of Covenant dated 20th January 1588.Property.—An annual rentcharge of 5l.For the poor of the parish of St. Botolph.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 5l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on the above-mentioned rentcharge500
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid for the poor of the parish of St. Botolph500

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above500

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above500

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 33.—The Charity of Richard Morrell.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
7th October 1703Property.—1,025l., the produce of a house in Mark Lane sold, land at Barking, and the almshouses at Hackney.The poor of the parish of St. Olave, Silver Street. The support of the almshouses at Hackney and the almsmen inhabitants thereof.
The Income and Revenues of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 111l. 11s. 6d.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Rent of land at Barking70116
Interest on 1,025l. at 4 per cent.4100
Amount given by the Goldsmiths' Company in aid of this Charity98109
21023
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid church pew rents for one year1000
" the Hackney almsmen3140
" for repairs of the almshouses52173
" insurance0160
" gas, coals, and water29190
" donations to the almsfolk600
" rates and taxes19126
" for gowns for the almsmen1200
" for laying out and keeping up the garden2000
" quit rent on the manor of Barking444
" the parish of St. Olave2120
" Superintendent of the almshouses7172
" repairing river wall at Barking1300
21023

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above21023

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above21023

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 34.—The Charity of Roger Mundie.

Date of Willor Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
12th August 1562Property.—5,067l. 18s. 8d. (3 per cent. Consols). 1,832l. 17s. 8d. ditto 376l. 5s. 3d. ditto and rents of houses.One half to the poor of the Company and the other half to the Goldsmiths' Company for the maintenance of the Hall and the charge of the same.
The Income and Revenues of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 1,018l. 6s.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Dividends on—
5,067l. 18s. 8d. (Consols 1 year to Jan. 1882)15208
376l. 5s. 3d. ditto ditto1158
1,832l. 17s. 8d. ditto ditto54198
Rent of premises in Basinghall Street and Masons Avenue80000
1,01860
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the widow Pensioners, Class B.58534
" the Goldsmiths' Company pursuant to the will43328
1,01860

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1,01860

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above1,01860

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 35.—The Charity of Sir Hugh Myddelton.

Date of Will or Deed.Property Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
21st November 1631Property.—Shares in the New River Company.The poor of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1881, is 2,854l. 19s.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Dividends on Shares in the New River Company2,854190
2,854190
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid 75 men Pensioners at 26s. each2100
" the daughter Pensioners290
4190

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above2,854190

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above2,854190

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 36.—The Charity of Gaius Newman.

Date of Will of Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
1614Property.—140l.1s. 4d. a week to each of two almsmen.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882, is 6l. 18s. 8d.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 140l. pursuant to the will6188
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Hackney almsmen6188

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above6188

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above6188

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 37.—The Charity of Robert Paine.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
11th November 1640Property.—300l.The poor of Marlborough
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 15l.The poor of the Precincts of the Tower.
The poor of the Company.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 300l. at 5l. per cent.1500
1500
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Parish of St. Peter ad Vincula500
" men Pensioners, Class D.500
1000

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1000
" Balance carried down500
1500

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above1500
1500
Balance brought down050

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 38.—The Charity of Sir James Pemberton.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
8th September 1613Property.—200l.The poor of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 10l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 200l. at 5l. per cent.1000
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almswomen1000

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1000

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above1000

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 39.—The Charity of John Pattesley.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
7th March 1450Property.—An annual sum of 15l. 3s. 4d. charged on houses in St. Mildred's Court.1s. 2d. weekly to five poor almsmen.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 15l. 3s. 4d.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Amount charged on houses in St. Mildred's Court1534
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Hackney almsmen1534

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1534

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above1534

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 40.—The Charity of Peter Perchard.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
10th September 1800Property.—250l. New 3 per cent. annuities.
166l. 6s. 6d. 3 per cent. Consols.
The poor of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 12l. 9s. 8d.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 250l. (New 3 per cent. annuities)7100
Do. 166l. 6s. 6d. (3 per cent. Consols)4198
Amount given by the Goldsmith's Company in aid of this Charity2100
14198
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Hackney almsmen600
Do. the widow Pensioners, Class C.8198
14198

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above14198

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above14198

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 41.—The Charity of John Perryn.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
18th December 1656Property.—An estate at Acton.The Parish of Bromyard. The master of a school at Bromyard. The poor of St. Vedast, St. Sepulchre, and Acton. The poor of the Goldsmiths' Company and Exhibitioners to the Universities.
Royalty on brick-making and interest on funded investments as shown below. The income and revenues of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 3,136l. 2s. 1d.:—
2,005l. 12s. 10d., 3 per cent. Reduced annuities.
1,192l. 13s. 2d., 3 per cent. Consols.
1,077l. 2s. 3d. " "
999l. 2s. 5d. " "
520l. 6s. 1d. " "
1,090l. 17s. 5d. " "
1,218l. 2s. 0d. " "

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Rents for the Acton estate1,68716
Dividends on 2,005l. 12s. 10d. (3 per cent. Reduced annuities, 1 year)6032
" 1,192l. 13s. 2d. (3 per cent. Consols, 1 year)35156
" 1,077l. 2s. 3d. " " "3264
" 999l. 2s. 5d. " " "29196
" 520l. 6s. 1d. " " "15122
" 1,090l. 17s. 5d. " " "32146
" 1,218l. 2s. 0d. " " " (½ year to Jan. 1882)1855
Royalty on brick-making for the year 18801,22440
3,13621
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almsmen55152
" " " almswomen66156
" lecturer and parish of Bromyard3200
" master of a Grammar School at ditto2000
" the poor of the parish of St. Vedast500
" " " St Sepulchre500
" " " Acton1000
" interest on 10,000l. at 4 per cent. expended on the almshouses40000
" allowed Tenants for Improvements7840
" commission for superintending brick making6140
" for law costs6866
" maintenance of Bromyard School298711
" sundry Exhibitioners81150
" Charity Commissioners for Royalty1,22440
3,13621

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above3,13621

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above3,13621

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 42.—The Charity of William Pierson.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
13th May 1689Property.—50l.Poor widows of freemen.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 2l. 10s.The Wardens and Clerk of the Company.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 50l. at 5 per cent.2100
2100
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almswomen200
" the Wardens and Clerk of the Company0100
2100

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above2100

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above2100

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 43.—The Charity of Mary Ramsay.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
8th July 1600Property.—200l.To be lent out to freemen and the interest distributed to the poor of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 10l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 200l. at 5 per cent.1000
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the men Pensioners, Class D.1000

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1000

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above1000

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

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

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
19th October 1505Property.—Houses in London charged with 10l. a year for a master at Cromer and sundry small sums payable to the Parish of St, John Zachary.10l. a year to the master of a grammar school at Cromer.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 18l. 12s. 10d.Payments to St. John Zachary at the annual visitation to the church.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Amount derived from rents181210
181210
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the master of a grammar school at Cromer1000
" sundry disbursements at the annual visitation to the church of St. John Zachary81210
181210

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above181210

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above181210

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 45.—The Charity of Ralph Robinson.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
17th January 1648Property.—200l.The poor of the parish of St. John Zachary and the poor of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 4l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 200l. pursuant to the will400
400
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the poor of the parish of John Zachary200
" the men Pensioners, Class D.200
400

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above400

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above400

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 46.—The Charity of Sir Edmund Shaa.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
20th March 1487Property.—10l. per annum charged on houses in London.The Master of a Grammar School at Stockport.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 10l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Amount derived from rents1000
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Master of a Grammar School at Stockport.1000

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1000

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above1000

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 47.—The Charity of John Smith.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
1st May 1703Property.—420l.For poor widows.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 21l.For apprenticing poor sons of freemen and for the Clerk.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 420l. at 5 per cent.2100
2100
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almswomen1000
Paid the Clerk100
Paid fee to apprentice a poor boy500
1600

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1600
Balance carried down13000
14600

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Mar. 31By balance in hand12500
1882.
Mar. 31By amount received as above2100
14600
Balance brought down13000

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 48.—The Charity of William Southwood.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
23rd October 1557Property. Houses in the City of London and 553l. 12s. 3d. (3 per cent. Consols).The poor of the parish of North Cray.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 1121l. 12s. 2d.The almswomen of Woolwich.
The parish of St. Mary, Woolnoth, and the poor of the Company.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Rent of No. 5, St. Mildred's Court4500
" 6 and 7 "25000
" 8 and 9 "18000
" 3, Princes Street20000
" 4 "10500
" 5 "32500
Interest on 553l. 12s. 3d. 3 per cent. Consols16122
1,121122
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the parish of North Cray for one year200
" the Woolwich almswomen6000
" the men Class B.20690
" " " C.66400
" " " D.16700
" sundry gifts at the annual visitation to the church of St. Woolnoth2232
1,121122

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1,121122

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above1,121122

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 49.—The Charity of Philip Strelley.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
6th September 1603Property.—A rentcharge of 55l. on lands in Derbyshire.The poor of the parish of St. John Zachary.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 55l." poor maimed soldiers.
" poor freemen of the Company.
" setting up in trade apprentices.
" Exhibitions at the Universities.
" Trustees and Clerk.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Rent of land at Ogarthorpe5500
5500
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the parish of St. John Zachary200
" 7 poor maimed soldiers at 20s. each700
" 15 " freemen " 10s. "7100
" 2 poor apprentices, towards setting them up in Trade. 10l. each2000
" Trustees and Clerk of the Company500
" towards an Exhibition at Oxford13100
5500

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above5500

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above5500

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 50.—The Charity of James Taddy.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
1818Property.—400l. (3 per cent. Consols).For the Hackney almsmen.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882, is 12l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 400l. (3 per cent. Consols)1200
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Hackney almsmen1200

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1200

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above1200

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 51.—The Charity of Roger Taylor.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
Not knownProperty.—Not known.The poor of the parish of St. Botolph.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 5l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Amount given by the Goldsmiths' Company500
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the poor of the parish of St. Botolph500

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above500

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above500

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

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

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
16th March 1664Property.—200l.Poor men of the Company and the Clerk.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882, is 7l. 12s.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 200l. pursuant to the Will7120
7120
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the men pensioners, Class D.700
Paid the Clerk of the Company0120
7120

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above7120

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above7120

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 53.—The Charity of William Walker.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
10th October 1557Property.—100l.The poor of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 4l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 100l. at 4l. per cent.400
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Hackney almsmen400

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above400

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above400

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 54.—The Charity of Anthony Walter.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
18th May 1664Property.—100l.The poor of the parish of St. John Zachary.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 5l.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 100l. at 5 per cent.500
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the poor of the parish of St. John Zachary500

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above500

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above500

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 55.—The Charity of William Walton.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
20th November 1458Property.—Houses in London.The poor of the Company.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 2,093l. 6s. 4d.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Rent of No. 7, Gutter Lane19718
" 10, "17248
" 4, " Wood Street539100
" 5, "509100
" 6, "28000
" 141, Fenchurch Street39500
2,09364
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the men Pensioners, Class B.687110
" widow, " " C.606130
" daughter, "171110
" parish of St. Peter for one year034
1,465184

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above1,465184
" Balance carried down1,36044
2,82628

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
Mar. 31By Balance in hand732164
Mar. 31" amount received as above2,09364
2,82628
Balance brought down1,36044

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

No. 56.—The Charity of Sir John Wollaston.

Date of Will or Deed.Property. Income and Revenues.Object or Objects.
15th April 1658Property.—The sum of 2,521l. 10s., the produce of the sale of houses.The parish of St. John Zachary.
The Income and Revenue of this Charity for the year ending 31st March 1882 is 100l. 17s. 2d.St. Bartholomew's Hospital.
The poor of the Company.

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

Receipts.£s.d.
Interest on 2,521l. 10s. at 4l. per cent.100172
10072
Expenditure.£s.d.
Paid the Acton almsmen2612
" the Bethlem Hospital5226
" the parish of St. John Zachary14172
" for gowns for the almsmen7164
100172

BALANCE SHEET.

Dr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31To amount paid as above100172

Cr.

1882.£s.d.
Mar. 31By amount received as above100172

Walter Prideaux,
Clerk.

Footnotes

1 The income of our Charity estates increased considerably in the following year.