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continued. 1881.

Brought forward Dec. 25. By University College Hospital

Queen Charlotte's Lying-in

Hospital
Ladies' Charity School
Tower Hamlets Dispensary
Eastern Dispensary
Royal Hospital for Incurables
St. Saviour's Cancer Hospital

The Boys' Home
„ British Home for Incurables

Poplar Hospital for Accidents
The Orphans' Home
The Boys' Home
Hospital for Women and Chil-

dren
Royal London Opthalmic Hos-

pital
Society for Teaching the Blind
Hospital for Diseases of the

Chest
Home for Little Boys
Royal Hospital for Women

and Children
Richmond Hospital
Surr & Gribble; fire insurance
balance of Sherborne Lane fire

account, being law costs in connexion with same

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The GIRDLERS' COMPANY in account with PALYN'S CHARITY in connexion with the fire in Sherborne Lane.

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Rents, &c. due (less tax) as per page 162

Balance against the Charity 31st Decem.

203 15 0

ber 1881

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GLASS SELLERS' COMPANY.

No action of the Board is at present necessary in this case.-J. S.

TO THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR

ENGLAND AND WALES.

IN pursuance of an Order of the Board on the 10th January 1863, I held an inquiry into the present circumstances of the Endowed Charities under the management of the Glass Sellers' Company, in the City of London, and have to report as follows :

A List of such of the FREEMEN of LONDON as are

LIVERYMEN of the COMPANY of Glass SELLERS, entitled to Vote in the Election of MEMBERS for the

City of LONDON, 1863. Christian Name and Surname of Street, Lane, or other description the Voters at full length.

of his Place of Abode

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HAYES' CHARITY. James Hayes, by will dated in 1821, bequeathed to the Worshipful Company of Glass Sellers the sum of 2001., the interest to be distributed amongst the poor of the said Company, at the discretion of the Master and Wardens.

The legacy was received 17th April 1821, and invested, with an addition from the Company's funds, in the purchase of 3001. stock.

Since this date other members of the Company have by voluntary donations raised the total amount of stock to 8001. Os 7d. New Three pounds per cents, which now stands in the corporate name of the Company,

The dividends are regularly distributed in quarterly payments to as many poor aged widows or daughters of members of the Company as the balance in hand will warrant, if such number are in need, which is not always the case, the guild being very small; at present there are six recipients.

The sum of 15s. a quarter is given to each, and double that sum the Christmas quarter.

No deauctions of any kind are made from the dividends; the Company from their general funds defray all expenses.

This is the only Charity under the management of the Glass Sellers’ Company. All which I submit to the Board.

John SIMONS,

Inspector of Charities. 30th January 1863.

Blacket, Frank William 31, West Smithfield.
Blacket, Russell

31, West Smithfield. Burt, George

Grosvenor House, Millbank,

Westminster. Evans, Morris

3, Cumming Street, Penton

ville. Freeman, Joseph

15, Radnor Place, Oxford

Square.
Green, James

Stanley Villas, Notting
Hill"; and 35,

,

Upper

Thames Street. Howse, Thomas

Woodbury Down, Stoke

Newington. Lamb, James

75, Queen Street, Cheapside. Leggatt, Henry

79, Cornhill. Lucas, John Carter

113, Aldersgate Street; and

Green Lanes, near New

ington Green. Leeks, Edward Frederick 73, Warwick Square, Bel

grave Road, Pimlico. Moser, John

11, Woburn Place, Russell

Square. Mowlem, John

11, Somers Place, Hyde

Park, Olyett, Jeremiah George 308, High Street, Wapping. Trueman Joseph

Upper Clapton; and 130,

Fenchurch Street. Tomkins, Benjamin Albin - 85, Saint Margaret's Hill,

Southwark.
FREDERICK DINELEY, Clerk,

6, Austin Friars.

STATEMENT of the Accounts of the Charity called The Glass SELLERS' COMPANY, in the City of London,

in the County of Middlesex, of which the following persons are the 'Trustees, viz., The Master, Wardens, Assistants, and Commonalty of the Glass Sellers' Company, for the Year ending on the 23rd day of December 1880. 1.—GROSS INCOME arising or due from the ENDOWMENTS for the Year ending on the 23rd day of December 1880.

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GLAZIERS' COMPANY.

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TO THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR

ENGLAND AND WALES. In pursuance of a Minute of the Board of the 1st November 1864, I have inquired into the present condition and circumstances of the following Charities under the management of the Glaziers' Company, in the City of London, and I have stated in the report under the head of each endowment the result of my investigation :

Wall's Gift,
Taynton's Gift,
Oliver's Gift,

Vollett and Knight's Gift. The style of the Company is, “The Master, Wardens, " and Commonalty of the Art or Mystery of Glaziers of “ the City of London."

The Company consists of one Master, two Wardens, and 18 Assistants, who form the Court, and 25 liverymen. There are 62 freemen not liverymen named in the book kept by the clerk, but some of them may not be living.

Wall's GIFT. Abraham Wall, by his will of the 12th September 1638, gave to the Company 40s. a year out of premises in Ironmonger Lane, to be distributed to four aged poor women of the Company.

The house on which this is charged was situated in Ironmonger's Lane, and now forms part of the Mercers' Hall.

The Mercers' Company pay 36s, a year. The Company have five widows of freemen pensioners, each receiving 61. per annum, by quarterly payments of 30s., and two freemen of the Company receiving the like amount. The amount thus disposed of is altogether 421. per annum, and the whole rents of the Company in respect of this Charity amounts only to 281. 8s. 2d. a year.

TAYNTON's Gift. Robert Taynton, by will of the 24th April 1679, gave to the Company a rentcharge of 5l. out of a messuage near St. Margaret's Hill

, Southwark, towards the relief of poor widows or aecayed freemen of the Company. The house

VOLLETT AND KNIGHT's Gift. David Vollett, by will of the 6th March 1724, gave some ground and two houses in St. Leonard, Shoreditch, to his daughter Elizabeth Knight, charged with 31. a year to the Company for

their poor, and, Elizabeth Knight, by her will of the 28th January 1729, gave the property above mentioned to the Company to distribute the rents thereof on St. Matthew's Day to poor freemen or their widows.

The property consists of four houses let to Thomas George Smith the younger (two in Crown Court, and two in the court at the back, in the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch), demised under the following description :All that piece of ground on the east side of the Kirton Road, St. Leonard, Shoreditch, containing from east to west on the north side 30 feet 10 inches, and on the south 30 feet 6 inches, and on the west side 448 feet 5 inches, and on the east side 44 feet 7 inches, together with the four messuages or tenements erected thereon, two thereof fronting south on Crown Court, and the other two fronting north on Wood's buildings. To hold for 21 years from Midsummer 1862, at 201. a year. This rent is distributed with the pensions mentioned in Wall's Gift. All which I submit to the Board,

Thos. HARE. 12th January 1866.

GLAZIERS' COMPANY.

STATEMENT of the ACCOUNTS of the CHARITY called ABRAHAM Wall's CHARITY, of which the following persons are the Trustees, viz., THE GLAZIERS' COMPANY of the City of London

(Clerk, CHARLES HENRY LOVELL, 3, Gray's Inn Square), for the Year ending on the 31st day of December 1880.

1.-GROSS INCOME arising or due from the ENDOWMENTS for the Year ending on the 31st day of December 1880.

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3.--PAYMENTS.

Dates.

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4.-An ACCOUNT of all MONIES owing to the Charity, and on what account, at the close of the year

ended on the 31st day of December 1880.

4.-An ACCOUNT of all MONIES owing from the Charity, and to what Persons and on what account,

at the close of the year ended on the 31st day of December 1880.

2.--RECEIPTS.

NIL.

NIL.

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GLAZIERS' COMPANY.

STATEMENT of the ACCOUNTS of the CHARITY called ROBERT Taynton's CHARITY, of which the following persons are The Trustees, viz., The GLAZIFRS' COMPANY of the City of London,

for the Year ending on the 31st December 1880.

1.-GROSS INCOME arising or due from the ENDOWMENTS for the Year ending on the 31st day of December 1880.

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4.-An ACCOUNT of all MONIES owing to the Charity, and on what account, at the close of the year

ended on the 31st day of December 1880.

4.-An ACCOUNT of all MONIES owing from the Charity, and to what Persons and on what account,

at the close of the year ended on the 31st day of December 1880

2.- RECEIPTS.

Dates.

Amount.

Dates.

NIL.

NIL.

Dated this 30th day of November 1881.

We hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) JAMES Jno. BURGESS,

F. C. GRAVES,
FREDK. WM. JONES.

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