Charitable accounts of the Clothworkers' Company

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1884

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'Charitable accounts of the Clothworkers' Company', City of London Livery Companies Commission. Report; Volume 4 (1884), pp. 624-633. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=69740 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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CLOTHWORKERS' COMPANY.

CHARITABLE ACCOUNTS.

HITCHINS' CHARITY.

Statement of Accounts, 1881.

Dr.

THE HITCHINS' FOUNDATION.

Abstbact of Governors' Accounts for Year ending 31st December 1881.

Annual Income Receivable.

£s.d.
House let on lease for more than 21 years, proportion of gross rental.32399

Receipts for Year ending 31st December 1881.

£s.d.
Proportion of rents for the year received in respect of this Foundation. (fn. 1) 32399
Balance at commencement of account44800
77199

Cr.

Expenses.

Charges on the Foundation—

£s.d.
Sermon on St. Stephen's day, and for the expenses incidental thereto (vide Sec. 1 of Scheme).399
Payments to Managers of Parochial Branch9600
Payments for educational purposes in accordance with the Company's regulations.10000
Payments to Exhibitioners4000
Balance in hand at close of account53200
77199

(Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company,
29 March 1882.

PAROCHIAL BRANCH.

Abstract of Managers' Accounts for the year ending 31st December 1881.

Receipts.

From Endowment—

£s.d.
Received from Governors9600
Balance at commencement of account19200
Total28800

Expenses.

Management of business—

£s.d.
Ledger, cash book, letter book, and cheque book.4160

For children in Lady Eleanor Holles' School:—

£s.d.
Gifts in books, &c.2100
Expenditure on clothing13340135140
Total140100
Balance in hand at close of account147100
Total28800

(Signed) Alfred Child,
Master of the Clothworkers' Company.

Arthur Farnan, J. G. Whalley,
Senior Wardens of the Clothworkers' Company.

Cornelius Gillett,
W. C. Pearson,
Churchwardens of St. Giles without Cripplegate, City of London.

(Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Managers.

29 March 1882.

Samuel Aaron's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To one year's gift, as directed, to poor, viz.:—
Men in Company's (Heath's) Almshouses (Account 75)1000
Women in Company's (Kent's) Almshouses (Account 75a)200
1200
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By interest paid to Trust1200
1200

(Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

John Bayworth's Charity.

1881.£s.d.
Mar. 25.To Christ's Hospital100
" churchwardens of Farnham, Surrey0134
Sept. 29." " " "200
" S. Gabriel, Fenchurch Street100
Dec. 31." poor of Company (vide Clothworkers' Pension Account No. 74)34000
" poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve (Account 73)21194
366128
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.By one year's rent from J. and J. Innes366128
366128

(Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Peter Blundell's Charity.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
To Bridewell Hospital200
" Wardens of the company pursuant to will (vide Account 73, St. Thomas' Eve)370
570

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
July 5.By one year's dividend on 66l. 13s. 4d. in hands of the Official Trustees of Charitable Funds200
" interest on 67l., residue left of Blundell's Bequest after purchase of the Friday Street premises for the370
570

(Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Richard Boyleston's Charity.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To amount paid to 24 recipients of Lambe's Clothing, viz.:—
Mar. 25, each, 1s.£140
June 24, " "140
Dec. 26, " "140
3120
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.By interest paid to Trust3120
3120

(Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Thomas Boyleston's Charity.

1881.£s.d.
Mar 25 and Sept. 29.To lecturer, Burton-on-Trent (less property tax)3200
1882.£s.d.
Dec. 31.By one year's rentcharge3200

(Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

John Brycle's Charity.

Note.—Sum of 120l. Consols transferred to the Official Trustees of Charitable Funds, by whom the dividends on that sum are remitted direct to the parish of Allhallows the Great.

Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Barbara Burnell's Charity.

1881.£s.d.
Sept. 29.To Stanmore Magna parish700
Dec. 25." Exhibition at Oxford (vide Exhibition Account 76)500
1200
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By one year's rentcharge1200
1200

(Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

John Burnell's Charity.

1881.£s.d.
June 24.To St. Michael's, Crooked Lane2120
Sept. 29." Stanmore Magna parish160
3180
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.By Clothworkers' Company (100l.)3180
3180

Vide scheme for applying the Loan Trust capital for the benefit of education in connexion with the Trusts for carrying on the North London Collegiate and Camden Schools for Girls and the erection of new school buildings, comprising a principal hall, to be called the "Clothworkers" Hall," submitted by the Charity Commissioners (on the motion of the Company) to the Committee of Council on Education 13 July 1877, and approved by Her Majesty in Council 26 March 1878; but the Company continue to pay the interest of such Loan Trust capital so far as the sum was applicable to charitable uses out of their own corporate funds.

(Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Thomas Burnell's Charity.

1881.£s.d.
Mar. 25.To Allhallows, Barking2120
Sept. 29." Stanmore Magna580
800
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.By interest paid to Trust800
800

(Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Francis Burton's Charity.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve (Account 73)100
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.By interest paid to Trust from Company's corporate funds on 30l.100

(Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Philip Christian's Trust.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To one year's pension to eight poor freemen of the Company, at 12l. per annum each9600
" poor of the Company and officers on St. Thomas' Eve (see Account 78)4400
" Peel School, Isle of Man28000
42000
1881.£s.d.
June 24.By half-year's rent (8, 9, 10, Lovell's Court)21000
Dec. 25." " " "21000
42000

Note.—The Company spent 3,800l. 18s. 9d. in rebuilding and fitting the school at Peel, of which 1,826l. 13s. 7d. was from accumulated balance and 1,974l. 5s. 2d. from the Company's own funds.

(Signed) Owen Roberts,
Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Oliver Claymond's Charity.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Sept.To vicar of Hitchin (less property tax)6134

Note.—The gift of 1l. to the parish of Allhallows, Staining, was redeemed 31 Dec. 1875 by transfer of 50l. Consols to the Official Trustees of Charitable Funds.

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Sept. 29.By one year's rentcharge6134

(Signed) Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company,

George Cornell's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 1.To balance brought forward9818
June 24." half-year's blind pensions to six blind persons at 10l.3000
Dec. 25" half-year's blind pensions to six blind persons at 10l.3000
15818

N.B.—No charge for management.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 25.By one year's rent of premises at West Hackney7900
" 31." balance carried forward7918
15818

(Signed) Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Thomas Dixon's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 1.To balance brought forward8642
" poor of Company (vide Poor Clothworkers' Pension Account 74)28000
" amount charged to fund for the general relief and welfare of poor clothworkers64166
43108
£s.d.
1881. Nov. 30.By one year's rent to Michaelmas 1881 of New Cross estate, net amount received from Christ's Hospital (fn. 2) 328108
Dec. 25." one year's rent of premises at West Hackney102100
43108

(Signed) Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

William Edwards' Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To poor on Company of St. Thomas' Eve (Account 73)500
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By interest paid to Trust on 100l.500

(Signed) Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Thomasine Evans' Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Mar. 25.To St. Mary Abchurch1200
" St. Katherine Coleman1200
" T. Evans, clothing— Amount to be spent in clothing eight poor women in alternate years, in accordance with will. (Clothing, 1882)1200
3600
£s.d.
1881. Jan. 5.By half-year's dividendon 1,200l. Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F. (fn. 3) 1800
July 5." half-year's dividend on 1,200l. Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.1800
3600

(Signed) Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Richard Farrington's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve (Account 73)300
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By interest paid to Trust on 60l.300

(Signed) Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

James Finch's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Sept. 29.To Lecturer, Whittington College (less property tax)10100
£s.d.
1881. July 5.By one year's dividend on 350l. Three per Cent. Consols10100

(Signed) Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

William Frankland's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Nov. 1.To parish of Allhallows the Great100
Dec. 25." " Somerscales, Skipton, Yorkshire300
400
£s.d.
1881. Jan. 5.By half-year's dividend on 133l. 6s. 8d., Three per cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.200
July 5." half-year's dividend on 133l. 6s. 8d. 3 per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.200
400

(Signed) Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Edward Gregory's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 23.To Lucy Heasman, a poor blind woman400
£s.d.
1881. Sept. 29.By one year's rentcharge (Cowlesfield, Wilts)400

(Signed) Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

John Heath's Clothing Charity.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To Exhibitions (Account No. 76), two at 50s. each500
" clothing 15 men and 15 women4500
5000

Note.—The Company having increased all the Exhibitions in their Gift to 30l., charge themselves with the additional 27l. 10s. each.

The Company expended 154l. 13s. upon the clothing of the poor men and women, charging the surplus, 109l. 13s., to their own corporate account.

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By rentcharge out of Hennand's Investment5000
5000

(Signed) Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

John Heath's (Men's Almshouses) Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To Almshouse Account (75)258159
£s.d.
1881 Dec. 31.By proportion of one year's rent out of Hennand's Investment258159

(Signed) Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

Elizabeth Heather's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 8.To six poor widows of decayed housekcepers, 10l. each6000
" Advertising Gift1410
" Printing319
6467

N.B.—No charge for management.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 5.By half-year's dividend on 1,207l. 12s. 5d. Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.1823
April 5." half-year's dividend on 635l. 15s. 3d. Three per Cent. Reduced Annuities, O.T.C.F.9108
July 5." half-year's dividend on 635l. 15s. 3d. Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.1823
Oct. 5." half-year's dividend on 635l. 15s. 3d. Three per Cent. Reduced Annuities, O.T.C.F.9108
Dec. 31." deficit charged on the corporate funds of the Company909
6467

(Signed) Owen Roberts, Clerk to the Clothworkers' Company.

William Heron's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To law expenses700
" Heron's heir500
£s.d.
" Clerkenwell Poor Gift400
Surplus681611
721611
" Church Gift1000
Surplus17224
18224
" Highways Gift800
Surplus1371310
1451310
" St. Sepulchre's Poor Gift400
Surplus681611
721611
" Church Gift1000
Surplus17224
18224
" St. Peter's College Gift500
Surplus8612
9112
" Union College Gift500
Surplus8612
9112
" Clothworkers' Company263184
1,113130
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By one year's rent of premises at West Hackney1,113130
1,113130

William Hewer's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve (Account 73)500
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By interest paid to Trust on 100l.500

William Hewett's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Sept. 29.To St. Thomas' Hospital500
" Christ's Hospital500
" St. Bartholomew's Hospital500
" Exhibition at Cambridge (vide Account 76)500
2000
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By rentcharge issuing out of rents receivable under T. Hennand's Investment2000
2000

Note.—The Company having increased all the Exhibitions in their Gift to 30l. charge themselves with the 25l. additional.

John Heydon's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Mar. 25.The Mercers' Company368
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By Clothworkers' Company (100l. Loan Trust368

Robert and Catherine Hilson's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Sept. 29.To poor of Stanmore Magna168
Vide scheme for applying these Loan Trusts.
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By Clothworkers' Company (100l. Loan Trust)168
Donations for the benefit of education (vide note on Account 8).

Robert Hitchins' Foundation.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 26.To sermon, &c. (vide scheme)399
" 31." parochial branch9600
" amount carried towards the education of the sons and daughters of freemen and women of the Clothworkers' Company10000
" payments to exhibitions4000
" balance in hand for elementary schools' exhibibitions in course of payment53200
77199

N.B.—No charge for management.

Note.—Vide. scheme for applying for the advancement of education, the endowment of the above-mentioned charity, approved by the Charity Commissioners, 16 Dec. 1879.

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 1.By balance brought forward44800
Dec. 31." proportion of one year's rent paid out of those received under Hennand's Investment32399
77199

John Hobby's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 26.To amount paid to Mr. George Russell, Borstal Farm, Plumstead, being a moiety of marsh rate in lieu of Walscott, made 16 Sept. 1880 at 2s. 6d. in the £ on 216l.13100
£s.d.
Aug. 2." amount of law expenses relating to building agreement with M. W. Woodford, of property at Woolwich55156
Less received from Mr. Woodford3500
20156
Dec. 31." recoupment account re Plumstead Purchase (vide letter from Charity Commissioners, 16 March 1880)2500
£s.d.£s.d.
" Clothing Gift6000
Surplus27556
33556
" Christ's Hospital Gift6000
Surplus27556
33556
" Hobby's (Prisons) Appropriation Gift5000
Surplus229710
279710
9491810
1,00944

N.B.—No charge for management.

£s.d.
1881. Oct. 5.By one year's dividend on 1,939l. 7s. 10d. Met. 3½ per Cent., O.T.C.F.67174
Dec. 25." one year's rent of property at Woolwich, Plumstead, and Watford795100
" one year's ground rent of premises at West Hackney145170
1,00944

Margaret Holligrave's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 1.To balance brought forward81108
Dec. 25." St. Botolph, Aldgate100
" St. Mary, Aldermary100
" Poultry and Giltspur Street Compters, Ludgate and Newgate Prisons100
poor clothworkers' pensions (Account 74)32000
master and wardens on St. Thomas' Eve100
405108

N.B.—No charge for management.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 25.By one year's rent from R. A. Riddell36339
" " " of premises at West Hackney4100
" balance carried forward371611
405108

Thomas Hussey's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To poor of Company and officers on St. Thomas' Eve750
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By rentcharge paid out of T. Hennand's Investment750

Alexander Iverie's Charity.

Vide Scheme for applying these Loan Trusts' Donations for the benefit of education (vide note on Account 8).

Margaret, Countess of Kent's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To Kent's almshouses (Account 75a (fn. 4) )2251010
2251010
£s.d.
1881. Jan. 5.By half-year's dividend on 600l. Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.900
July 5." half-year's dividend on 600l. Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.900
Dec. 25." one year's rent2071010
2251010

William Lambe's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Mar. 25.To Stationers' Company (less property tax)6134
" St. John's College, Oxford, Lambe's Scholarship, one year8000
" expense attending the gift of shoes and blankets to 12 men and 12 women (vide Lambe's Chapel and Estate Act, 1872)2920
" Lambe's Islington Church30000
415154

N.B.—There are sundry charges which the Company voluntarily place against their own corporate funds in connexion with the parish of St. James. Islington, amounting in 1881 to 484l. 4s. 8d.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By one year's rentcharge on premises in Wood Street Square415154
415154

William Lambe's (Almshouse) Charity.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To amount bequeathed towards sustentation of almspeople600

Note.—The Company expended 96l. 7s. 9d. in pensions to poor almspeople, repairs, &c., charging the surplus expenditure 90l. 7s. 9d., to their own corporate account.

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By dividend on 200l. Three per Cent. Consols (one year), O.T.C.F.600

William Lambe's (Grammar School) Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To headmaster and usher5500
5500

Note.—The Company's expenses attending the schools, including head master's salary, usher's salary, scholarships, rates, taxes, repairs, insurances, rent of playground, &c., amounting to 1,004l. 13s. 6d., the surplus, 949l. 13s. 6d., being charged against their own corporate account.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 5.By half-year's dividend on 1,000l. Consols, O.T.C.F.1500
" one year's rent of premises at Sutton Valence4000
5500

The head master's salary made up to 243l. instead of 20l., original rentcharge now represented as above. The usher's salary made up to 121l. 10s. instead of 10l., original rentcharge now represented as above.

William Lambe's Visitation Charity.

£s.d.
1881 Dec. 31.To amount bequeathed for visitation1100

Note.—The amount actually expended in and about the visitation of the school in July was 188l. 2s. 10d., the surplus, 177l. 2s. 10d., was charged against the corporate account of the Company. The examination is conducted by the Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examination Board.

£s.d.£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By dividend (half-year) on 200l. Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F300
" one year's rent of premises at Sutton Valence800
1100

Samuel Lese's Charity.

£s.d.£s.d.
1881. Jan. 1.To balance brought forward38298
Mar. 25." St. Andrew, Holborn200
£s.d.
July 30." Chaplain for sermon220
"" Expenses attending anniversary, as per will1130
3150
Dec. 31." Poor clothworkers' pension (Account 74)14400
" officers of the Company on St. Thomas' Eve (Account 73)150
53398
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 25.By one year's rent of premises at West Hackney220150
" 31" balance carried forward312148
53398

N.B.—No charge for management.

Vide scheme for applying the Loan Trust Donations for the benefit of education. (Vide Note Account 8.)

John Lute's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To expenses attending the clothing of 12 men and 12 women, including gift of 21s. to each recipient108123
" amount carried to account re Lute's and Middlemore's new scheme, dated 21 Jan. 187824159
13380
£s.d.
1881. Jan. 5.By half-year's dividend on 1,396l. 14s. 10d. Consols20190
July 5." " " "20190
Dec. 25." one year's rent of premises at West Hackney91100
13380

Samuel Middlemore's Charity.

£s.d.£s.d.
1881. Oct.To clothing 10 men and 10 women, including gifts of 21s. to each recipient, say3300
" charges that have arisen in business1100
" preacher0134
" parish clerk and sexton050
" junior wardens of the Company100
" clerk and beadle0118
3700
" poor of St. Clement's, Eastcheap300
4000

Note.—The sum of 110l. 1s. 1d. was actually expended in clothing, &c., including 40l. above, and 5l. from John Middlemore's will (Account 41). The Company made up the deficit, 65l. 1s. 1d., out of the corporate funds.

£s.d.
1881. Dec.31.By dividends on Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.4000
4000

John Middlemore's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Oct. 18.To recipients of S. Middlemore's clothing (Account 40)500
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By dividend on Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.500

Thomas Newnam's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To law expenses as taxed by the Charity Commissioners1731410
" one year's pensions to 17 blind men and 17 blind women at 10l. per annum34000
" amount of expenses in connexion with the purchase of freehold ground rent at Hammersmith15187
66535
£s.d.
1881. Jan. 1.By balance brought forward12145
May 2." pensions returned to Trust500
July 5." one year's dividend on 9,000l. Three per Cent. Consols27000
Dec. 25." half-year's rent of premises at Hammersmith19150
" 31." balance carried forward77140
66535

Thomas Ormston's Charity.

Dr.

£s.d.
1881. Mar. 25.To Bartholomew Exchange300
June 24." Bridewell Hospital200
Sept. 29." St. Bartholomew's Hospital200
" Christ's Hospital200
900

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. July 5.By dividend on 800l. Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.900
900

John Osmotherlaw's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve2102
£s.d.
1881. July 5.By one year's dividend on 83l. 12s. 6d. received through the O.T.C.F.2102

Lady Anne Packington's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To St. Dunstan's West, 4/16ths25700
" St. Botolph, Aldersgate, 8/16ths51400
" Clothworkers' Company, 4/16ths, in consideration of their pains and trouble in and about the execution of the Trust, and the Expenses incidentally attending the management of the estate25700
1,02800
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By one year's rent of property at Islington1,02800
1,02800

Lady Anne Packington's 2nd Charity.

Transferred to the Account of the Official Trustees of Charitable Funds at the Bank of England on 17th November 1866. (See Return for Year ended 31st December 1866.)

Sir William Peake's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Day500
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By rentcharge received under Hennand's Investment500

William Pennoyer's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve (Account 73)1000
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By one year's rentcharge for Christ's Hospital1000

Edward Pilsworth's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Sept. 29.To parish of Shitlington12140
" Exhibition, Magdalen College, Oxford500
17140

Note.—The Company having increased all the Exhibitions in their gift to 30l., charge themselves with the 25l. additional.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By one year's dividend on 590l. 3 Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.1740
17140

Sir John Robinson's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To women in Kent's almshouses (see Account 75a)1200
£s.d.
1881 Dec. 31.By rentcharge received under Hennand's Investment1200

John Rogers' Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve31106
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 21.By one year's rent of premises at West Hackney31106

Richard Staper's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve500
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By rentcharge under T. Hennand's Investment500

James Stoddart's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To St. Martin, Ironmonger Lane2100
" St. Olave, Jewry1100
400
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By Clothworkers' Company (100l. Loan Trust)400
400

Vide scheme for applying these Loan Trust Donations for the benefit of education (see note on Account 8).

William Thwaytes' Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To one year's pensions to blind persons, 102 at 10l. each1,02000
1,02000
£s.d.
1881. July 5.By one year's dividend on 19,591l. 16s. 9d. Three per Cent. Consols, O.T.C.F.587150
Dec. 31." amount charged against the corporate account43250
1,02000

Sir Thomas Trevor's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To six poor women600

N.B.—The Company paid 10l. to each of the six poor women, charging the extra 54l. to their own corporate account.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By rentcharge received under Hennand's Investment600

James Trussell's Charity.

Dr.

£s.d.£s.d.
1881. Mar. 25.To Christ's Hospital500
£s.d.
" St. Faith's parish300
" " parson0100
" " clerk and sexton050
3150
Dec. 31." poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve (Account 73)880
1730
St. Bride's350

Note.—108l. 6s. 8d. was transferred 8 June 1877 to the St. Bride's Parochial Charities Fund, and the dividends thereon paid direct by the Official Trustees of Charitable Funds.

Cr.

£s.d.
1881. July 5.By one year's dividend on 571l. 13s. 4d. Consols, O.T.C.F1730
1730
350

John Watson's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 25To St. Mary, Aldermary100
" casual relief, comprising donations of 3l. to poor freemen and freewomen, and in special cases of 5l. and 10l.; also for funerals 5l. and 10l. voted by the court34000
34100
£s.d.
1881. Dec. 25.By one year's rent of premises, Friday Street14000
"" " " West Hackney15400
Dec. 31." amount charged to Fund for the General Relief and Welfare of poor Clothworkers4700
34100

John Webb's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To W. Jackson and Co. for blankets distributed3976
" clothing 22 men and 22 women, including gift of 21s. to each recipient, refreshment to livery, sermon, and poor of st. Mary at Hill28364
" poor freemen in Heath's almshouses46501
" poor freewomen in Kent's "286102
(Vide Almshouse Account 75a.)
1,07441

N.B.—No charge for management.

£s.d.
1881. Feb. 11.By half-year's dividend from New River Company52209
Aug. 12." " " "52234
1,07441

Sir Godfrey Webster's Charity.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To artizan clothworkers (20 gifts at 21s. each)2100
1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.By interest paid to Trust on 700l.2100

John and Frances West's Charity (Artizan Clothworkers).

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 31.To poor of Company on St. Thomas' Eve (Account 73)6843
6843
£s.d.£s.d.
1881. Oct 10.By one year's fee-farm rent, manor of Sutton900
less land tax1160
740
" one year's fee-farmrent, Michael Creech1771
less land tax and poundage4610
1303
" one year's rent of premises at West Hackney4800
6843

John and Frances West's Charity, No. 1.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 25.To one year's pensions to Christmas to blind at Newbury, Reading, London, &c., at 5l. per annum23000
" 31." balance carried to Fund for the General Relief and Welfare of the Blind8432
31432
£s.d.£s.d.
1881. Mar. 25.By one year's rent of premises in Cornhill and Lombard Street5198
Less land tax100
4198
Dec. 21." pension returned to Trust500
" 25." one year's rent of premises at Hammersmith28236
" " " West Hackney2200
31432

John and Frances West's Charity, No. 2.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 25.To one year's pensions to 70 blind persons, at 5l. per annum35000
35000

N.B.—No charge for management.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 2.By pension returned to Trust2100
" one year's rent of premises in Old Street27500
" " " West Hackney1950
" balance charged to Trust for the General Relief and Welfare of the Blind5350
35000

John and Frances West's Charity, No. 3.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 25.To one year's pensions to 82 blind persons, at 5l. per annum each41000
" balance carried to Fund for the General Relief and Welfare of the Blind12530
53530
£s.d.
1881. Oct. 27.By pensions returned to Trust2100
Dec. 25." one year's rent of premises at West Hackney532130
53530

John and Frances West's Charity, No. 4.

Dr.

1881.£s.d.
£s.d.
Sept. 29.To Earl Somers, one year's quitrent on a tenement in the Poultry0100
Acquittance008
0108
Dec. 25." one year's pensions to Christmas to 78 blind persons, at 5l. per annum each39000
" balance carried to Fund for General Relief and Welfare of the Blind31127
42233

Cr.

1881.£s.d.
May 2.By pension returned to Trust2100
Oct. 27." " "2100
Dec. 25." one year's rents as in Account 1866362133
" " at West Hackney54100
42233

Frances West's Charity, No. 5.

1881.£s.d.
June 17.To apprentice free re Mary Jane Stanley2100
" one year's pensions, 96 blind persons at 5l.48000
" Fund for General Relief and Welfare of the Blind2441910
" balance carried forward61149
807147

N.B.—No charge for management.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1.By balance brought forward2447
Mar. 2." pension returned to Trust500
£s.d.
Dec. 31." one year's rent of premises at Ludgate Hill and Cannon Street70000
" one year's rent of premises at West Hackney78100
778100
807147

Frances West's Charity, No. 6.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.To one year's pension to blind inhabitants of Newbury, Reading, Twickenham, and London, 34 at 5l. per annum17000
" amount carried to Fund for the General Relief and Welfare of the Blind1300
18300

N.B.—No charge for management.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 6.By pension returned to Trust2100
Oct. 27." " " "2100
Dec. 25." one year's rent of premises at West Hackney17800
18300

Frances West's Charity, No. 7.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.To pensions to poor blind persons at Henley5000
" amount carried to Fund for the General Relief and Welfare of the Blind1600
6600

N.B.—No charge for management.

1881.£s.d.
Dec. 25.By one year's rent of premises at West Hackney6600
6600

John West's Charity, No. 8.

1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1.To amount brought forward234180
Dec. 31." Reading school66111
30191

N.B.—No charge for management.

1881.£s.d.£s.d.
Sept. 29.By one year's fee-farm rent68
less land tax and poundage16
523
Dec. 25." one year's rent of premises at West Hackney7300
" balance carried forward223610
30191

Roger Wilcox's Charity.

Vide scheme for applying these Loan Trusts Donations for the benefit of education. (See note, Account 81.)

George Neale Driver's Charity.

1881.£s.d.
July 11.To amount payable to poor freemen1000
Dec. 6.Crown rents030
1030
1881.£s.d.£s.d.
June 24.By one year's rent—T. Serle4142
" " " T. Jackson583
1025
" Clothworkers' Company007
1030

Elizabeth Love's Charity.

1881.£s.d.
May 9.To cash, George Rawlinson, one year's gift1000
1000
1881.£s.d.
Oct. 5.By one year's dividend on 269l. 4s. 9d. Three per Cent. Reduced Annuities, O.T.C.F.816
Dec. 31." amount charged to Fund for the General Relief and Welfare of the Blind1186
1000

Hobby's (Prison) Appropriation Scheme.

188£s.d.
June 22.To donations to Surgical Aid Society31100
Metropolitan Convalescent Instition2650
Elizabeth Fry Refuge2100
Metropolitan Discharged Prisoners Relief Con.2100
Royal Female Philanthropic Society2100
Royal Society for Assistance of Discharged Prisoners52100
Surrey Discharged Prisoners' Aid Society2500
Plumstead and Woolwich Schools5000
Watford600
" balance carried forward287410
541910
1881.£s.d.
Jan. 1.By balance brought forward26220
Dec. 31." J. Hobby's Trust279710
541910

St. Thomas' Eve Distribution.

Dr.

£sd.
1881. Dec. 20.To amount distributed to numerous poor freemen and widows in sums of 21s. each, together with certain fees prescribed for the Company's officers298190
298190

Cr.

£s.d.£sd.
1881 Dec. 31.By sundry charities, viz.:—
Account 2, J. Bayworth21194
3, P. Blundell370
10, F. Burton100
11, P. Christian4400
15, W. Edwards500
17, R. Farrington300
25, W. Hewer500
31, M. Holligrave100
32, T. Hussey750
38, S. Lese150
44, J. Osmotherlaw2102
47, Sir W. Peake500
48, W. Pennoyer1000
51, J. Rogers31106
52, R. Staper500
56, J. Trussell880
60, West's Artizans6843
22393
" amount charged against the corporate funds of the Company7599
298190

Poor Clothworkers' Pension Account.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To pensioners of the Company:—
Dixon's, at 20l. per annum cach28000
Lese's, at 24l. " "14400
Bayworth's, at 20l. " "34000
Christian's, at 12l. " "9600
Holligrave's, at 32l. " "32000
1,18000
£s.d.£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By sundry charities, viz.:—
No. 2, J. Bayworth's34000
11, P. Christian's9600
14, T. Dixon's28000
31, M. Holligrave's32000
38, S. Lese's14400
1,18000
1,18000

Heath's Almshouses for Men.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.To cost of almshouses for the year, including allowance of 20s., 16s., and 12s. per week to 10 inmates7351510
7351510
£s.d.£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By sundry charities:—
Account 1, S. Aaron's1000
22, J. Heath's258159
58, J. Webb's46500
7351510
7351510

Kent's Almshouses for Women.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 1.To balance brought forward152176
" cost of almshouses for the year, including allowance of 10s. per week each to seven inmates, and wages to porter, coals, water, rates, and medical attendance, &c.48038
63312
£s.d.£s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By sundry charities:—
1, S. Aaron's200
34, Countess of Kent's2251010
50, J. Robinson's1200
58, J. Webb's286102
52610
" balance carried forward10702
63312

The Exhibition Fund of the Company.

£s.d.
1881. Dec. 25.To exhibitions to five poor scholars at Oxford and Cambridge as under:—£s.d.
B. Burnell's Oxford, 1 year3000
1 term1000
J. Heath's, Oxford, 1 year3000
" Camb. 1 year2500
1 term1000
W. Hewitt's, Camb., ½ year12100
1 term1000
E. Pilsworth's, Oxford, Magdalene College ½ year12100
1 term1000
15000
15000
£s.d. £s.d.
1881. Dec. 31.By sundry charities, viz.:—
7, B. Burnell's500
21, J. Heath's, Oxford2100
Camb.2100
26, W. Hewitt's500
49, E. Pilsworth's500
2000
" balance from the Company's own funds13000
15000

The Loan Funds of the Company.

In pursuance of a scheme approved by Her Majesty in Council, 26th March 1878, whereby the amount of these funds was made applicable for the purpose of education, and the transfer of the amount to the North London Collegiate and Camden Schools for Girls sanctioned, the sum of 1,716l, 14s. 4d. was accordingly paid over on the 23rd July 1878, together with a further sum of 1,883l. 5s. 8d. out of the Company's own corporate funds, making a total of 3,100l.

Fund for the General Relief and Welfare of the Blind.

£s.d.
1881. Jan. 1.To balance brought forward86797
" 6." cash, 20 supplemental pensions5000
April 8." " J. Gamon150
June 22." " 4 supplimental pensions1000
Dec. 23." " 30 " "7500
Dec. 31." deficiencies on—
No. 71, E. Love's Trust1186
" 62, West, No. 25350
5536
1,058181
£s.d.
1881. Feb. 8.By pension returned to account2100
" sundry Trust balances—
£s.d.
Account 61, West, No. 18432
" 63, " " 312530
" 64. " " 431127
" 65, " " 52441910
" 66, " " 61300
" 67, " " 71600
514187
" balance carried forward due to the Company, repayable out of future increased income, consequent on re-investments, &c. at West Hackney1,058181

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Footnotes

1 This is part of a larger sum, and the figures represent the portion applicable to this Foundation.
2 Note.—The rents are received by Christ's Hospital, and are accounted for up to Michaelmas annually.
3 Official Trustees of Charitable Funds.
4 Note.—It will be seen on reference to 75 Account that the cost of the almshouses during the year was 480l. 3s. 8d.