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2. Balances in hand and Receipts on account of the

Charity during the year. 1876.

£ 8. d. Feb. 8. Balance (if any) in favour of the

Charity and in hand at the
commencement of the ac-
count

7 0 9 July 31. Interest on 8001.

20 0 0 Dividend on 6751. consols

10 0 0 1877. Feb. 4001.

5 18 6 6751.

10 0 0 4001.

5 18 6 Feb. 5. Interest

13 15 0 Grant by court

10 6 6 July 30. Interest

13 15 0 Aag. Dividends on 1,3251.

19 12 7 1878. Feb. 4. 1,8751.

29 15 7 July 29. 6751.

9 18 4 1879. Feb. 3. 6751.

9 18 4 6501. (due July 1878 and January 1879, 91. 118.) 19 20 Dividends on 5501. (due July 1878

and January 1879, 81. 18. 7d. 16 3 2 1880. Feb. 6. Dividends (one year) 675l.

19 16 8 6501.

19 20 5501.

16 3 2

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1876.
Aug. Mrs. Hawkins

Mrs. Egg
Mr. Youle

Mr. Goslee
1877.
Feb. Mrs. Hawkins

Mrs. Egg
Mr. Youle

Mr. Goslee
Aug. Mrs. Hawkins

Mrs. Egg

Mr. Youle
1878.
Feb. Mrs. Hawkins

Mr. Youle
July 29. Mrs. Hawkins
1879.
Feb. Mrs. Hawkins

Miss Cassidy
Mrs. Hawkins

Miss Cassidy
1880.
Feb. 9. Mrs. Hawkins

Miss Cassidy
Mr. Marks

Balance

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4. An Account of all Moneys owing to or from the Charity, so far as conveniently may be stated, at the close of the

year ending on Monday the 9th day of February 1880.

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FRAMEWORK KNITTERS' COMPANY.

MR. HARE'S REPORT.

TO THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR If there are 12, or 11, each alms person receives -
ENGLAND AND WALES.

£ s. d.

For Bourne's and Cook's, 21. 5s. In pursuance of a Minute of the Board of the 1st of Nov

quarterly

9 0 0 e aber 1864, I have inquired into the condition and

Staunton's, half-yearly, 10s. 1 0 0 circumstances of the following charities under the manage

Taylor's, yearly

0 5 7 ment of the Framework Knitters' Company of the City of London, and I have stated in the Report under the head

Or for each person annually £10 5 7 of each endowment the result of my investigation.

Or yearly for 11 almspeople 113 1 5
Bourne's AlMSHOUSES.

Water rate

2 8 0 Cook's Girt.

Paving rate

4 8 0
Insurance (about)

2 0 0
STAUNTON'S GIFT.
Taylor's Gift.

£121 17 5 The style of the Company is “ The Master Wardens and

There are occasional repairs which are considered to be “ Assistants and Society of the Art or Mystery of Frame- not less than 101. a year. “ work Knitters of the Ciiy of London and Westminster, In the last three quarters of the year the Company, “ in the kingdom of England and dominion of Wales.”

owing to there being only 10 almspeople, have given them The court consists of the master, two wardens, and

21. 10s. instead of 21. 58. a quarter in respect of Bourne's assistants, of whom there are now 18 (including the

and Cook's gifts. master and wardens). There are about 30 liverymen, and

The Company, in addition to the above, distribute about 60 freemen not on the livery.

among them six tons of coals or about three sacks to each, making El. or 91. a year given out of their own funds to

the almspeople.* BOURNE's ALMSHOUSES.

Cook's Gift.

Thomas Cook, by his will of the 28th March 1810, gave Thomas Bourne, by his will of the 14th August 1727, to the Company 2,1001. consols, upon trust to apply the gave 3,0001. for erecting and maintaining an almshouse, whole of the dividends weekly for ever for the benefit of and directed his executors within two years of his decease to the almspeople founded by Thomas Bourne. These stand lay out 1,0001. in the purchase of ground within five miles in the corporate name of the Company, and the annual of London whereon to build habitations for 12 poor free- sum of 631. a year, the dividend is carried to the Almshouse men of the Company, or part freemen, and the other part account. (See Bourne's Charity.) widows of freemen; and the residue of the 3,0001, he

STAUNTON'S GIFT. directed to be laid out in the purchase of lands in the name of the Company.

Mrs. Anne Staunton, by a codicil to her will of the 25th

June 1759, gave the interest of 3001. to buy bread and The land bought for these almshouses is situated in the

coals yearly for ever, to be settled for the use of the poor parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, on the Kingsland Road.

people in her father's almshouses. Ít is about half an acre, upon which there are 12 alms

The

money continued part of the general funds of the houses, each with an outer door and two rooms, and a

Company, in respect of which the Company applied a sum small office or cellar, forming a row under one roof. There

of 201. annually in money and coals to the almspeople. are small gardens behind.

In 1854 the Company invested 3001. in the purchase of The residue of the legacy was laid out, under the direction 3411. 7s. 11d. 31. per cent. consols in the corporate name of the court, in 2,0091. 16s. Id. South Sea Annuities, now of the Company. The dividends, amounting to 101. 4s. 10d., converted into 2,2101. 16s. 5d. New 21. 10s. per cent. An- are carried to the almshouse account, and a sum of 10s. nuities, standing in the names of John Norbury, Henry given twice a year to the almspeople. Smith Cafe, and James Capel, survivors, with John Palton,

Thos. Taylor's Gift. Samuel Arthur Vardon, and Henry Bradshaw Fearon, deceased.

Thos. Taylor, Esq., of Hackney, in the month of April

1854, gave 1001. in aid of the charitable funds of the Com. d.

pany; and at a court of the Company on the 11th April The annual produce is

55 5 4

1854, it was resolved unanimously that the thanks of the To this is added

Company be given to the said T. Taylor for his gift, and Cook's Gift

63 0

that the money be laid out in consols and designated in Staunton's do.

10 4 10

the accounts of the Company as Thomas Taylor's Gift," Taylor's do.

3 7 10

and that the dividends thereon should be annually dis.

tributed at Christmas amongst the inmates of the alms£131 18 0

houses.

The money was accordingly invested in 1131. 3s. 1d. consols, producing a dividend of 31. 7s. 10d., which is

carried to the a!mshouse account. There are now 10 inmates of the almshouses; there were All which I submit to the Board, 12 two or three years ago. The almspeople are freemen

Thos. Hare. and widows of freemen. There are at present eight women

12th January 1866. and two men. There is no objection to the freemen being married men. They are selected by the court, advertisements being published when necessary. The Company

* THOMAS Bourne's ALMSHOUSES. distribute nearly the amount annually amongst the alms

By a certificate of the Board of 8th July 1870, the people. If there be one vacant almshouse the practice

Company were authorised to apply to the Master of the generally is to reserve that portion of the income for re

Rolls for the transfer to the Official Trustees of Charitable pairs, there being no fabric fund. In 1854 the court made

Funds of the above-mentioned sum of 2,2101. 16s. 5d. New à voluntary subscription of 1221. for this purpose.

21. 10s. per cent. Annuities, which sum was accordingly transferred on 11th August 1870.

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FRAMEWORK KNITTERS' COMPANY. .
COPY ACCOUNTS for the year ending October 1881.

Account of the INCOME and REVENUE and RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE of the CHARITIES of Thomas Bourne,

Thomas Cook, Mrs. ANNE STAUNTON, and Thomas Taylor, from October 1830 to October 1881, which, with the Freehold Almshouses in the Kingsland Road, in the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, in the county of Middlesex, occupied by the almspeople, constitute the Charities of the Framework Knitters' Company.

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RECEIPTS. 1880.

£ s. d. Oct. 14. Amount of balance brought forward 244 2 8

1881. Jan. 7.

Half-year's dividend on 2,5541. lls.

31. per cent. consols, standing in
the name of the Master Wardens
and Court of Assistants of the
Worshipful Company of Frame-
work Knitters, due the 5th
instant, viz. :-
2,1001., Thomas

Cook's Charity 31 10 0
3411. 7s. lld., Mrs.

Anne Staunton's

Benefaction 5 2 5
1131.3s.ld., Thomas
Taylor's Gift 1 13 11

38 6 4 Half-year's, dividend on 2,2101.

16s. 5d., new 25 per cent. an-
nuities, standing in the names of
the Trustees of Charitable Funds,
due the 5th instant; Thomas
Bourne's Charity

27 128 July 7. Half-year's dividend on the said

2,2101. 16s. 5d., new 25 per cent.
annuities, due the 5th instant;
Thomas Bourne's Charity

27 128 July 11. Half-year's dividend on the above

mentioned 2,5541. lls., 31. per
cent. consols, due the 5th instant 38 6 4

1881. Jan. 22. Half-year's water rate for alms.

houses Coals for almshouses W. H. Perrin, for repairs to alnıs

houses March 25. 21. 10s. : Thomas Bourne's and

Thomas Cook's Charities, to each of five persons in the Com

pany's almshouses

Poor and sewer rates June 24. 31., viz., 21. 10s. Thomas Bourne's

and Thomas Cook's Charities, and 10s. Mrs. Anne Staunton's Benefaction, to each of six persons in the Company's alms

houses Poor and sewer rates Half-year's water rate to Mid

2 3 7

12 10 0 0 13 3

18 0 0 0 14 1

1 4 0

summer

3 14 3

W. H. Perrin, repairs to alms

houses Sept 29. 21. 10s. : Thomas Bourne's and

Thomas Cook's Charities, to each six persons in the Com

pany's almshouses Poor and sewer rates

15 0 0 0 13 2

83 16 1 292 4 7

Balance in hand of treasurer

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BALANCE Sheer of the RECEIPTS and PAYMENTS of the CHARITIES of THOMAS BOURNE, Thomas Cook,

Mrs. ANNE STAUNTON, and of Thomas TAYLOR, being the whole of the Charities of the Framework Knitters' Company, except its Almshouses.

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FRUITERERS' COMPANY.

COPY ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEARS 1878, 1879, 1880, and 1881.

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March 22. Balance brought down

15 2 2
Signed by request of the court, 28th March 1878.

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RECEIPTS. 1878. Mar. 22. Balance brought forward April 2. Per Mr. Thos. Ball on admission June 18. Per Mr. Tidswell on his being

called on the court 1879. Jan. 23. Dividend on 8301. consols one year per J. C. Burgoyne, Esq.

24 18 0 Less property tax • 0 10 4 25. Donation to fund per Mr. H. Bol.

ton (past naster) 25. Per Mr. P. T. Brearey, on admis.

sion

Per Mr. A. J. Ellen, on adınission 29. Donation per H. C. Bunkell Mar. 12. Per E. Tidswell, Esq., on his tak.

ing office as upper warden

5 ( 0 5 0 0

24 7 8

1879. Jan. 25. Paid Mrs. Anderson 27. Paid beadle for Mrs. Harris, to be

disbursed at his discretion 30. Paid Mr. W. Brown Feb. 6. Paid Mrs. Deulle, widowed

daughter of the late Mrs. De Horne towards funeral expenses,

&c. of her deceased mother

*Postages, registration, and P.0.0. Mar. 24. To balance

50 0 0

1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0

5 0 0 0 2 8 76 4 2

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RECEIPTS. 1879. Mar. 24. Balance brought forward Apr. 5. Per Mr. W. N. Froy on his being

called on the court Oct. 10. Per Mr. G. M. Smith on his being

admitted and elected Nov. 4. Per Alexander Darleicher on his

being admitted and elected

PAYMENTS. 1879. Apr. 26. Paid broker (Mr. Aston) for pur. chase of 701. consols at 981

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£109 9 0

Apr. 9. Balance brought down

69 2 6 And commission • 0 2 6

1 1 0

1 1 0

69 5 0

1 1 0

1880.
Jan. 26. Paid Mrs. Anderson

29. Mr. Wm. Brown
30.

Beadle for Mrs. Harris
Apr. 9. To Balance

5 0 0 5 0 0 5 C 0 25 4 0

26 8 10

1 1 0

1 1 0

1 1 0

£109 9 0

25 4 0

Signed by request of the court, held 15th April 1880.

(Signed) EDWARD TIDSWELL,

Master.

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Mar. 25. Balance brought down

38 17 6

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