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1880. Oct. 7 To dividends on Bank stock

1 year due 5th instant, exempt from

tax Nov. 20 To property tax received on divi

dends on the above stock-
On el. 9s. 8d., year to

5th Oct. 1877, at 3 per
cent.

1 5 On 61. 16s. 10d., à year to

5th Sept, 1878, at 3 per
cent.

1 7 Oncl. 16s. 10d., 1 year on

5th Sept. 1878, at 5 per
cent.

2
On 81. 58. 8d., 1 year on

5th April 1879, at 5 per
cent.

3
On 6h 16s. 10d., } year on

5th Oct. 1879, at 5 per
cent.

2 8 On 61. 165, 10d., 1 year on

5th April 1880, at 5 per
cent.

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Due at Christmas 1881 by Cloth

(Signed)

J. B. Towse, Clerk,

workers' Company for the years

14 0 0

28th November 1881.

COOPERS' COMPANY.

CHARITABLE ACCOUNTS FOR 1881.

BALANCE SHEET of the RATCLIFF CHARITY from 31st December 1880 to 31st December 1881.

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To expenses boys' school
То

girls' To

almspeople To members of Court

Clerk, 2551., beadle, 257.
Grocers' Company (Cloker's will)
Sermon, 1st January
Church

wardens, St. Michael
Clerk of Company, 428.; beadle,10s.
Members attending service

Thames Conservancy Board To rates and taxes

Repairs (see Appendix) To one year income tax allowed

tenants To pensions to retired schoolmasters To

nurse
To surveyor
To official trustees for investment
To tradesmen
To miscellaneous -

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Audited 28th January 1882:

ROBERT CARTER, Master.
THOMAS WILLIAMS, Upper Warden.
ANDREW CHALMERS, Under Warden.
E. BREFFIT, Renter Warden,
CYRUS LEGG.
ALFRED CHANTLER.
JNO, TURNBULL.
R. J. W. BLARE.
GEO. ELKINGTON.

APPENDIX, 1881.

1881.

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Rents:
Breffit & Co., one year, Michaelmas

1881
Sargeant & Son, one year, Michael-

mas 1881 A. Anderson, one year, Michael

mas 1881
Commercial Brewery Co., one year,

Michaelmas 1881
R. Sant, one year, Michaelmas 1881
J. W. Robinson's Representatives,

one year, Michaelmas 1881 Breffit & Co., one year, Michael.

mas 1881 E. Breffit (building lease), one

year, Michaelmas 1881 Jas. Graves, one year, Michael.

mas 1881 W. N. Sparks, one year, Michael. mas 1881

350 00
30 10 0
70 0 0
80 0 0
67 12 1

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1881.
Dec. 31 By balance

By 1,4501. India 4 % stock
By 1,8271. 178. 9d. Reduced
By 7501. 138. 9d. Consols (official
trustees) -

1881.

Almspeople :

16 women, 4131. 16s. 8d.; 6 men,

1801.
10 out-pensioners, 1501. ; 20 do.,

2001.
Donations at Christmas
Chaplain, 501.; apothecary, 201.
Nurse and caretaker
Organist, 61. ; coals, 611. 128. 1d.

Repairs:
Sanitary works, new waterclosets,

urinals, lavatories at schools,
and general external repairs and

painting to the Charity premises
Care of garden

Tradesmen:

Wine, almspeople, and school
Winding clocks
Brooms, brushes, wash, &c.

chaelmas 1881
Kilby & Co., one year, Michaelmas

1881

112 10 0

417 10 0

687 10 0

2 2 0
5 0 0

Miscellaneous :

Truss Society
Buns (twice)
Clerk, postages, unsuccessful can-

didates
Beadle, provided refreshments at

quarterly courts
Beadle's wife, gratuity
Omnibus to Kew

Garlic Hill and Thames Street

(Toby Wood). G. M. Hughes, one year, Michael

mas 1881

13 4 10

8 2 7
3 3 0
1 1 0

293 3 9

32 13 5

Miles Lane (Cloker's Bequest).
Shaw & Morris, one year, Michael-

mas 1881
Less oth to Coopers' Company

225 0 0
59 16 7

165 3 5

Woolwoich (Strode's Bequest).
E. Kyle, three quarters, Midsum-

mer 1881

Girls' school:

Head mistress' salary
4 assistants
Music teacher
German
French
Drawing
Books and stationery -
Prizes -
Examiners
Advertisements
Rent

135 00
191 13 4
27 6 0
30 7 6
20 10 0
14 12 6
53 0 11
14 6 9

9 90
13 8 10

71 8 0

3,345 15 10

48 16 1
126 17 9

325 0 0
422 10 0

School :

Head master's salary
3 assistants, 1851., 1251., 1121. 108.
Head (junior school), 1201.; assis-

tant, 751.
French, 1001. ; German, 521. 10s.
Shorthand, 21l. ; science lectures,

401. 198. Examiners, 141. 148.; 3 scholar

ships, 6o1.
Books and stationery -
Prizes, 521. 14s. 1d.; coals, 207.

195 0 0
152 10 0

175 13 10
68 3 0
22 1 0
19 0 0
600 0 0

4 1 6
3 3 0
10 10 0

Rates
Insurance, 7 years
Coals -
Repairs and works

garden
Hire of Bow Institute
Examination fees -
Caretaker, servants, and char-

woman
Miscellaneous
Desks and furniture

61 19 0

74 14 0
60 11 2
72 14 1

1,364 18 3

101 15 0
14 11 9
74 0 0

1,602 13 11

BALANCE SHEET of the EGIAM CHARITY from 31st December 1880 to 31st December 1881.

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1881.

59 19 11

19 06

By rents (see Appendix)
By income tax on do. to 5th April

40 10 0

44 13 8 15 6 8

To balance brought forward
To expenses of school
To

almspeople
To Coopers' Company
To clerk as receiver
To rates and taxes
To insurance -
To repairs of Charity premises
To surveyor
To expenses, visits to school
To income tax allowed tenants
To miscellaneous

294 5 3 258 5 8 15 00 32 10 0 20 14 9

1 7 5 80 12 4 11 8 0

5 90 17 15 6 30 12 8

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BALANCE SHEET of the WOODHAM MORTIMER ESTATE from 31st December 1880 to 31st December 1881.

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1881, returned by Inland Revenue-
By one year land tax on Plaistow

property
By interest on Consols

By return income tax on dividends

By balance
By 524l. 48. 10d. Consols
By 1,4891. 108. 8d. Consols (official

trustees' account)

Almspeople:

12 men and women, 68. per week.
Donation at Christmas
Clothing
Nurse
Apothecary
Coals

Miscellaneous :

Loan of Charity premises -
Making clothing for almspeople
Sweeping chimneys
Lighting school fires
Laurels
Engraving communion service
Advertisement
Repair school clock
Clerk, postages, &c.

£ $. d.

1881. Dec. 31

1881.

269 14 3

To balance
To 1,0001. New Three per Cent. Stock

lent by the Company

To balance due to the Coopers' Com

pany
To pensioners, to freeman, and

widows, 107. per annum
To donations at Christmas
To drain tiles
To repair gates -
To repair drain
To surveyor
To Coopers' Company, one year's

interest on 1,0001. New 3*, less

138. 9d. To Mr. Barritt, 15 per cent. reduction

on half year's rent to Lady-day

250 00
18 0 0

8 16 0
10 0 0
5 0 0
6 11 0

£ 8. d.

29 6 3

1881.

By one year's rent, Michaelmas

insurance

€ 8. d. 428 10 0

5 12 3

32 2 9

359 16 0

By balance due to Company

434 2 3 195 80

629 10 3

629 10 3

Audited 26th January 1882 :-

ROBERT CARTER, Master.
THOMAS WILLIAMS, Upper Warden.
ANDREW CHALMERS, Under Warden.
E. BREFFITT, Renter Warden.
CYRUS LEGG.
ALFRED CHANTLER.
JNO. TURNBULL.
R. J. BLAKE.
GEO. ELKINGTOX.

CORDWAINERS' COMPANY.

TO THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR

ENGLAND AND WALES.

said yearly sums might be directed to be made out of such increased rents, having regard to the change in the value of money, and that the said defendants might be decreed to account accordingly hefore the master for such sunis as ought to have been so paid out of said rents during the period of 20 years at least before the filing of the information, and that the said defendants might pay into court what should be found due from them, and that the future application of the said augmented sums might be settled by a scheme to be approved by the master.

By the decree on the hearing of the 16th December 1833, the Master of the Rolls ordered that the information be dismissed with costs, to be taxed by the master in rotation.

The churchwardens on the third Wednesday in May meet the Master and Wardens of the Company in the church of St. Dunstan, Fleet Street, at an afternoon service, and produce 100 poor persons, men or women, who receive ls. each. The Master and Wardens at the same time give 6s. 8d. in pence to children of poor persons in the church or

near it. The church wardens of the parish receive 28., and the officers of the Company 5s., according to the directions of the will.

In pursuance of a Minute of the Board of the 29th day of May 1863, I have inquired into the condition and circumstances of the following Charities under the management of the Cordwainers' Company of the City of London ; and I have stated in the Report, under the head of each specific endowment, the result of my investigation :Minge's Charity

Page 108 Fisher's

108 Shawe's

108 Shawe's Exhibitions

108 Pendry's Charity

109 Wild's

109 Came's

109 Williams'

109 Milner's

109 Nicholson's Charity

109 Flaying Act Fund

109 Love's Gift

110 Woolnough's

110 The Company is entitled “ The Master, Wardens, and Commonalty of the Mystery of Cordwainers in the City “ of London.' It is constituted of a Master, four Wardens, and 16 Assistants, and the Livery, which forms a body of about 100 persons. The number of freemen is not known; they are not increasing.

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SHAWE's CHARITY. James Shawe, by will of the 5th May 1630, gave to the Company four messuages near Smithfield Bars, in trust,

to pay

MINGE's CHARITY. Richard Minge, by his will of the 16th November 1622, gave to the Company certain messuages, lands, and hereditaments in Horseshoe Alley, St. Saviour's, Southwark, upon condition that they should every New Year's day cause some preacher to preach a sermon at the church of St. Ann and Agnes within Aldersgate, and give him 10s., and distribute to 12 poor people of the said parish 12d. a piece; and for a sermon on the 24th June, at St. Leonard's, Foster Lane, church, 10s., and to distribute amongst eight poor people of that parish 12d. a piece.

The Company hold the property devised to them by the testator. They pay annually to the rector of St. Ann and Agnes the suni of 10s. for a sermon, and the same to the rector of St. Leonard's, Foster Lane.

The officers of the Company pay ls. each to 12 poor people in the parish of Saint Ann and Agnes, pointed out by the churchwardens, and the same to eight poor people in the parish of St. Leonard, near Christchurch. The master and wardens attend on the occasion, and the sermons are duly preached.

£ s. d. To 15 poor pensioners 28. each quarterly

6 0 0 For a sermon at St. Sepulchre's

0 10 0 For a dinner (not 13s. 4d., as stated by the Commissioners of Inquiry)

6 13 4 To the Master ls. 8d., and to the four Wardens 10d, each

( 5 0 To the clerk and beadles

0 3 0 And the testator declared that if there should reinain any surplusage of the rents of the said four messuages after the annuities appointed to be paid out of same be fully discharged, then he willed the same surplus to be employed in repairing the said four houses, and for the general use and benefit of the said Company for ever.

The premises have been taken by the City of London for the new meat and poultry market in Smithfield, and the sum of 1,1001. has been paid into the name of the Accountant-General of the Court of Chancery, ex parte the Master and Wardens of the Company, and invested in 1,1841. 7s. 9d. Consols.

£ s. d. The Company pay 2s. a piece quarterly

to 15 poor pensioners, forming part
of larger pensions which are given out
of the proper funds of the Company to
men, and women who are widows of
freemen

6 0 0
The rector of the parish of St. Sepulchre
for a sermon

0 10 0 The officers of the Company receive, ac

cording to the directions of the will 0 8 0

FISHER'S CHARITY.

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John Fisher, by his will of the 31st March, Ist Edw. 6th (1546), gave to the Company his house called the sign of the Falcon, with all the tenements as well on the street side as upon and within the backside, situate on the south side of St. Dunstan's parish church, in Fleet Street, to

£ s. d. To poor householders of St. Dunstan's, 12d. apiece each

5 0 0 Amongst poor people, strangers and others 0 6 8 To the Master 20d., to the four Wardens 10d. each

0 5 0 To the churchwardens

0 2 0 The property now consists of three messuages in Fleet Street and Falcon Court.

In the year 1832 an information was filed by the Attorney-General, at the relation of Morris Salmon and John Mayne, against the Cordwainers' Company, praying that it might be declared that the defendants were trustees of the rents and profits of the three messuages in Fleet Street and four messuages in Falcon Court, and that the whole of the surplus of the increased rents, after providing for the payment of the several sums in the said will inentioned, ought to be applied in augmentation of the said 51. and 6s. 8d. to the charitable uses in the said will mentioned, or that some other proportional increase of the

ShawE's EXHIBITIONS. James Shawe, by his will of the 5th May 1630, gave to the vicar and churchwardens of St. Sepulchre a messuage in that parish, tu pay 81. a year to the Company for maintaining two poor scholars at Cambridge or Oxford.

The parish officers of St. Sepulchre pay the Company 81. a year, as a rentcharge on a public-house in Smithfield, for two exhibitions. They are not always full, but the sum is retained until a vacancy occurs, and then the arrears are paid to the exhibitioner chosen.

They are chosen by the court on the application of the parties with certificates of residence.

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