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APOTHECARIES' COMPANY.

TO THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR

ENGLAND AND WALES.

By order of the Board dated 9th March 1860, I have
held an inquiry into the present state of the endowed
charities under the management of the Apothecaries' Com-
pany in the City of London, which I find to number only
two, viz. :

The Widows' Fund; and
Everard Augustus Brande's Gift.

THE Widows' FUND.

BRANDE's GIFT.
This Gift, which is an augmentation to the Charity last
reported, was settled by an indenture dated 3rd January,
1854, between Everard Augustus Brande of the one part,
and the Master, Wardens, and Society of the Art and
Mystery of Apothecaries of the City of London, of the
other part, reciting that the said Master, Wardens, and
Society were in possession of a fund called " The Widows'
Fund," the income of which is by them applied to the
relief of necessitous widows of freemen of the same society,
and that Elizabeth Yonge, the widow of a freeman, had
for some time past received a pension from the said fund,
and further reciting that the said Everard Augustus
Brande, to increase the pension of the said Elizabeth
Yonge, and other charitable purposes, had transferred
3001. 34 per cent. Consols into the names of the said
Master, Wardens, and Society, to be held in trust during
the life of the said Elizabeth Yonge, to pay the annual
proceeds thereof for her sole use and benefit; and after her
decease to pay such dividends to and for the separate use
of such one of the pensioners for the time being of the
said widows' fund as the Master, Wardens, and Court of
Assistants of the said society should consider the most
afflicted, destitute, or aged, as an augmentation of the
pension which the pensioner was at the time receiving,
with full power to discontinue the payment of such income
to any such pensioner (other than the said Elizabeth
Yonge) and to pay the same to any other pensioner, also
to vary and transpose the said trust fund for other public
or Government stock funds or securities of a similar nature
to be held on the same trusts.

The stock, now 3001. New 3 per cent. annuities, stands
in the corporate name of the Company, and the dividends
have been regularly applied to the sole use of Mrs. Eliza-
beth Yonge as directed until her decease; the last payment
was made to her representative 5th July 1858. Subse-
quently a successor was appointed, a Mrs. Margaret Kettle,
who is now the recipient of this Charity, and is paid 21. 5s.
a quarter from the dividends on this stock in addition to
the quarterly 5l. from the Widows’ Fund.

The accounts of these charities are regularly supplied to
this office, and all their affairs appear to be conducted with
marked punctuality:
All of which I submit to the Board,

John SIMONS,

Inspector
2nd April 1860.

This fund, which has been raised by contributions from
members of the society for the purpose of assisting with
pensions the widows of its freemen left in necessitous
circumstances, is stated to have originated in 1711, when a
sum of 201. was presented to the Company on condition
that ll. 4s. should annually be paid to poor members of
the society.

This Gift was followed by legacies and donations as
reported by the late Commissioners, amounting to nearly
1,6001., since which no bequests have been made to aid the
fund, although the contributions have exceeded all of
earlier times.

A list of the donations of 5l. and upwards since 1830 is
appended hereto.

These sums have been from time to time invested in the
funds in the corporate name of the Company.

The Widows' Fund thus created has been further aug.
mented by a yearly subscription from every member hold-
ing a share in the trading stock of the Company. If first
class stock, the payment is 10s.; if second class stock,
2s. 6d. per annum.

This appears in the books under the heading of sub-
scription from United stock. The amount is now 871. 10s.
per annum.

Small sums given to the poor box of the Company on
various occasions, for instance, upon admission to the
Court of Assistants ll. ls., upon admission to the livery,
10s. 6d., are also added to the fund. The amount fluctuates
as it depends on vacancies and other contingencies.
During the last 10 years the highest annual sum is
141. 38. 6d., and 61. 6s., the lowest during the same period
from this source.

The amount of stock now standing in the names of the
Master, Wardens, and Society of Apothecaries of the City
of London in respect of this Charity is 8,4501. 31. per cent.
Reduced annuities.

With the income arising from this stock, the Apothe-
caries' Company have long granted annuities to widows of
freemen of this Company who have been left in necessitous
circumstances,

A form of application is appended.

The selection of pensioners is inade by the Court of
Assistants, who are the governing body.

The number of pensioners and the amount of pensions
have from time to time increased as the funds have
admitted.

There are now 16 widows in the receipt of 201. per
annum each from this Charity, and another recipient is
about to be added, as the state of the finances fully
warrants such a course,

No fixed rules appear to be made for the guidance of the
Court in the selection of candidates even as to the age,
but it is stated the cases are carefully investigated, and
that the results have been highly satisfactory; no person
present knew an instance of the pension being withheld
or withdrawn, whic . vould certainly have been the case if
the parties had misconducted themselves.

It has occurred that recipients have voluntarily resigned
the pension in consequence of improved circumstances.

Although exceptions have frequently happened the ma-
jority of pensioners exceed 60 years of age.

The sum of 201. per annum is found to answer the pur-
pose so well, it is stated to be the intention of the Court
to increase the number of recipients rather than the
amount of the pensions.

THE WIDOWS' Fund.

The Widows' Fund has been raised by the contributions
of deceased and living members of the society, and has for
its object the relief of widows of its freemen left in
necessitous circumstances.

There are at the present time 16 widows in the en-
joyment of a pension of 201. a year each from the fund,
and the Master and Wardens have the satisfaction of
stating that the fund will now admit of the election of
another widow, making in all 17 pensioners.

As the benefits conferred by the fund are becoming
better known, an increasing interest is being manifested
in its objects; and the Master and Wardens are en-
couraged to renew their invitation to their brethren to
assist by their contribution in extending its benefits to a
still larger number of pensioners.

That the object of those members who may desire to
contribute to the fund by will may be facilitated, the
following form of bequest is recommended for adoption.

“I bequeath to the Master, Wardens and Society of the
art and mystery of Apothecaries, of the city of London,
the sum of l., to be applied by them in augmenta-
tion of the fund for the relief of widows of freemen of
the said society, called “The Widows' Fund'; such
legacy to be paid out of such part of my personal estate as
the law permits to be appropriated by will to charitable
purposes.'

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Saddlers’ Company.-Mr. Hare's Report

Charity Accounts

Scriveners' Company:-Mr. Hare's Report

Charity Accounts

Spectaclemakers' Company.—Mr. Hare's Report

Charity Accounts

Stationers' Company.-Mr. Hare's Report

Charity Accounts

Tallow Chandlers' Company.—Mr. Hare's Report

Charity Accounts

Tinplate Workers' Company.- Mr. Hare's Report

Charity Accounts

Tylers and Bricklayers' Company.—Mr. Hare's Report

Charity Accounts

Upholders' Company.-Charity Accounts

Watermen and Lightermen’s Company.--Mr. Hare's Report

Charity Accounts

Wax Chandlers' Company.--Charity Accounts

Weavers' Company.-Mr. Hare's Report

Charity Accounts

Guilds of Belgium.—Mr. Sandford to Earl Granville

Guilds of the Netherlands.—Mr. Fenton to Earl Granville

Guilds of Switzerland.-Mr. Vivian to Earl Granville

Guilds of Austria.—Sir H. Eliot to Earl Granville

Guilds of Italy.—Mr. Macdonell to Earl Granville

Guilds of Spain.-Mr. McPherson to Earl Granville

Guilds of Germany.—Mr. Crowe to Earl Granville

Circular to Foreign Authorities

Guilds of Germany and Austria.—Memorandum by Max Wirth

Guilds of Norway.—Memorandum by Dr. Brock

Guilds of Holland.—Memorandum by Mr. Vissering

Guilds of Belgium.-Memorandum by Mons. Emile de Laveleye

Guilds of France.—Memorandum by Mons. Levasseur

Memorandum by Mons. Pigeonneau

Guilds of Spain.--Memorandum by Don S. Morel

Guilds of Portugal.-Memorandum by the Vicomte de Figanière

Guilds of Italy.—Memorandum by Signor Luigi Bodio

Guilds of Russia.—Memorandum by Professor Yapson

Abstracts of Returns

Tables.-Incomes of the Great Companies

Corporate expenditure of the Great Companies

Trust income of the Great Companies

Contributions of members of Great Companies, and sums spent on internal objects

Incomes of the Minor Companies

Corporate expenditure of Minor Companies

Trust income of Minor Companies

Contributions of members of Great Companies, and sums spent on internal objects

Index

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ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA.

In the first volume, p. 41, line 11, read for 1604, 1674.

As regards the note to p. 25 of the first volume, add that the Commissioners did not receive information
with respect to the real estate of the Companies in question.

APOTHECARIES' COMPANY.

TO THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR

ENGLAND AND WALES.

By order of the Board dated 9th March 1860, I have held an inquiry into the present state of the endowed charities under the management of the Apothecaries’ Com. pany in the City of London, which I find to number only two, viz. :

The Widows' Fund; and
Everard Augustus Brande's Gift.

The Widows' FUND.

Brande's Gift. This Gift, which is an augmentation to the Charity last reported, was settled by an indenture dated 3rd January, 1854, between Everard Augustus Brande of the one part, and the Master, Wardens, and Society of the Art and Mystery of Apothecaries of the City of London, of the other part, reciting that the said Master, Wardens, and Society were in possession of a fund called “ The Widows' Fund," the income of which is by them applied to the relief of necessitous widows of freemen of the same society, and that Elizabeth Yonge, the widow of a freeman, had for some time past received a pension from the said fund, and further reciting that the said Everard Augustus Brande, to increase the pension of the said Elizabeth Yonge, and other charitable purposes, had transferred 3001. 31 per cent. Consols into the names of the said Master, Wardens, and Society, to be held in trust during the life of the said Elizabeth Yonge, to pay the annual proceeds thereof for her sole use and benefit; and after her decease to pay such dividends to and for the separate use of such one of the pensioners for the time being of the said widows' fund as the Master, Wardens, and Court of Assistants of the said society should consider the most afflicted, destitute, or aged, as an augmentation of the pension which the pensioner was at the time receiving, with full power to discontinue the payment of such income to any such pensioner (other than the said Elizabeth Yonge) and to pay the same to any other pensioner, also to vary and transpose the said trust fund for other public or Government stock funds or securities of a similar nature to be held on the same trusts.

The stock, now 3001. New 3 per cent. annuities, stands in the corporate name of the Company, and the dividends have been regularly applied to the sole use of Mrs. Elizabeth Yonge as directed until her decease; the last payment was made to her representative 5th July 1858. Subsequently a successor was appointed, a Mrs. Margaret Kettle, who is now the recipient of this Charity, and is paid 21. 5s. a quarter from the dividends on this stock in addition to the quarterly 5l. from the Widows' Fund.

The accounts of these charities are regularly supplied to this office, and all their affairs appear to be conducted with marked punctuality: All of which I submit to the Board,

John Simons,

Inspector 2nd April 1860.

This fund, which has been raised by contributions from members of the society for the purpose of assisting with pensions the widows of its freemen left in necessitous circumstances, is stated to have originated in 1711, when a sum of 201. was presented to the Company on condition that 11. 4s. should annually be paid to poor members of the society.

This Gift was followed by legacies and donations as reported by the late Commissioners, amounting to nearly 1,6001., since which no bequests have been made to aid the fund, although the contributions have exceeded all of earlier times.

A list of the donations of 5l. and upwards since 1830 is appended hereto.

These sums have been from time to time invested in the funds in the corporate name of the Company.

The Widows' Fund thus created has been further augmented by a yearly subscription from every member holding a share in the trading stock of the Company. If first class stock, the payment is 10s.; if second class stock, 2s. 6d. per annum.

This appears in the books under the heading of subscription from United stock. The amount is now 871, 10s. per annum.

Small sums given to the poor box of the Company on various occasions, for instance, upon admission to the Court of Assistants ll. ls., upon admission to the livery, 10s. 6d., are also added to the fund. The amount fluctuates as it depends on vacancies and other contingencies. During the last 10 years the highest annual sum is 141. 38. 6d., and 61. 6s., the lowest during the same period from this source.

The amount of stock now standing in the names of the Master, Wardens, and Society of Apothecaries of the City of London in respect of this Charity is 8,4501. 31. per cent. Reduced annuities.

With the income arising from this stock, the Apothecaries' Company have long granted annuities to widows of freemen of this Company who have been left in necessitous circumstances,

A form of application is appended.

The selection of pensioners is inade by the Court of Assistants, who are the governing body.

The number of pensioners and the amount of pensions have from time to time increased a3 the funds have admitted.

There are now 16 widows in the receipt of 201. per annum each from this Charity, and another recipient is about to be added, as the state of the finances fully warrants such a course.

No fixed rules appear to be made for the guidance of the Court in the selection of candidates even as to the age, but it is stated the cases are carefully investigated, and that the results have been highly satisfactory; no person present knew an instance of the pension being withheld or withdrawn, whic . vould certainly have been the case if the parties had misconducted themselves.

It has occurred that recipients have voluntarily resigned the pension in consequence of improved circumstances.

Asthough exceptions have frequently happened the majority of pensioners exceed 60 years of age.

The sum of 201. per annum is found to answer the purpose so well, it is stated to be the intention of the Court to increase the number of recipients rather than the amount of the pensions.

THE Widows' FUND.

'The Widows' Fund has been raised by the contributions of deceased and living members of the society, and has for its object the relief of widows of its freemen left in necessitous circumstances.

There are at the present time 16 widows in the enjoyment of a pension of 201. a year each from the fund, and the Master and Wardens have the satisfaction of stating that the fund will now admit of the election of another widow, making in all 17 pensioners.

As the benefits conferred by the fund are becoming better known, an increasing interest is being manifested in its objects; and the Master and Wardens are encouraged to renew their invitation to their brethren to assist by their contribution in extending its benefits to a still larger number of pensioners.

That the object of those members who may desire to contribute to the fund by will may be facilitated, the following form of bequest is recommended for adoption.

“I bequeath to the Master, Wardens and Society of the art and mystery of Apothecaries, of the city of London, the sum of 1., to be applied by them in augmentation of the fund for the relief of widows of freemen of the said society, called The Widows' Fund'; such legacy to be paid out of such part of my personal estate as the law permits to be appropriated by will to charitable purposes."

THE SOCIETY OF APOTHECARIES, 1856.

MASTER. Gowar, F. R., Esq., Montague Place, Kent Road.

Donations made to the Fund during the last year.

£ 8. d. Saner, James, Esq.

26 5 0 Saner, James, Esq.

13 5 0 Knight, Thomas, Esq.

25 0 0 Forster, John Cooper, Esq.

25 0 0 Gowar, F. R., Esq.

10 10 0 Bacot, W. G., Esq.

1 1 0 Banner J. M., Esg.

1 1 0 Gaitskell, J. A., Esq.

1 0 0

WARDENS. Hunter, John, Esq., Stamford Hill. Buchanan, Wm., Esq., Widbury Hill, Ware.

ASSISTANTS. + Nussey, John, Esq., Cleveland, Row, St. James's. † Bagster, W., Esq., 3, Northumberland Terrace, Regent's

Park Road. † Wallace, Edward, Esq., Carshalton. † Bacot, John, Esq., Portugal Street, Grosvenor Square. † Este, M. L., Esq., 207, Marylebone Road, N.W. † Brande, William Thomas, Esq., Royal Mint. † Eyles, R. S., Esq., St. Andrew's Court, Holborn Hill. † Parrott, John, Esq., Clapham. † Ward, N. B., Esq., Clapham Rise. † Griffith, Rich. Clewin, Esq., Gower Street. † De Grave, J. F., Esq., Fetcham. † Simoëns, Jeromino, Esq., Twickenham. † Saner, James, Esq., Tottenham Green. Brande, Everard A., Esq., Turnham Green. Harrison, J., Esq., West Cottage, Bedford Place, Camden

Hill, Kensington. Wheeler, Charles W., Esq., Shirley Lodge, near South

hampton. Combe, Henry, Esq., 16, Tavistock Street, Bedford

Square. Wheeler, James, L., Esq., 9, Vassal Villas, Holland Road,

Brixton.
Higham, Charles, Esq., Loudon Villas, Bridge Road, St.

John's Wood.
Cooper, George, Esq., Brentford.
Browne, Tobias, Esq., North Terrace, Camberwell.

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List of Contributions to the amount of 51, and upwards since

the
year

1830. Bacot, E., Esq. (deceased)

5 0 0 Bacot, John, Esq.

10 10 0 Ditto

50 0 0 Baker, Edward, Esq.

21 0 0 Bean, Edward, Esq. (deceased)

25 0 0 Ditto

25 0 0 Brande, E. A. Fsq.

50 0 0 Ditto

300 0 0 Brande, W. T. Esq.

21 0 0 Brown, T., Esq.

6 0 0 Buchanan, George Adam, Esq.

26 5 0 Chabot, J. R., Esq.

5 5 0 Davis, Thomas, Esq. (deceased)

21 0 0 Day, William, Esq. (deceased)

21 0 0 De Grave, J. F., Esq.

20 0 0 Eyles, John B., Esq. (deceased)

21 0 0 Eyles, R. S., Esq.

21 0 0 Este, M. L., Esq.

21 0 0 Fallofield, J. P., Esq. (deceased)

10 0 0 Forbes, Murray, Esq. (deceased)

25 0 0 Forster, J. C., Esq.

5 0 0 Griffith, Richard Clewin, Esq.

25 0 0 Griffith, Samuel, Esq. (deceased) Legacy 20 0 0 Griffith, Samuel Clewin, Esq.

25 0 0 Hardwick, A., Esq. (deceased)

15 15 0 Higham, C. Esq.

6 5 0 Hill , James, Esq. (deceased)

5 5 0 Hunter, John, Esq. (deceased)

52 10 0 Hunter, John, Esg.

20 0 0 Ditto

30 0 0 Ditto

20 0 0 Ditto

30 0 0 Hurlock, Jos., Esq. (deceased)

50 0 0 Hurlock, P. J. Esq. (deceased)

50 0 0 Johnson, George, Esq. (deceased)

10 10 0 Ditto

50 0 0 Lawrence, S. G. Esq. (deceased)

10 0 0 Macdonald, W. R., Esq. (deceased)

12 0 0 Merriman, John, Esq. (deceased)

17 17 0 Merriman, Dr. (deceased)

25 0 0 Mordaunt, John, Esg. (deceased)

21 0 0 Nussey, John, Esq. '

52 10 ( Painter, Richard, Esq.

10 10 0 Payne, William, Esq. (deceased)

26 5 0 Ditto

26 5 0 Ditto

26 5 0 Ditto

26 5 0 Price, Allin Foord, Esq.

10 10 0 Ditto

10 10 0 Ditto

10 10 0 Robins, J. W. (deceased)

20 0 0 Ditto

20 0 0 Robinson, Henry, Esq. (deceased)

52 10 0 Ditto

21 0 0 Ridout, John, Esq. (deceased)

50 0 0 Ditto

21 0 0 Saner, James, Esq.

10 10 0 Seaton, James, Esq. (deceased)

100 0 0 Simoëns, J., Esq.

10 10 0 Smith, R. C. R., Esq.

10 0 0 Squibb, G. J., Esq. (deceased)

5 5 0 Sterry, Henry, Esq.

21 0 0 Stocker, Richard, Esq.

10 10 0 Upton, James, Esq. (deceased)

· 50 0 0 Wallace, Edward, Esq.

30 0 0 Ward, N. B., Esq.

26 5 0 Wells, R. S., Esq. (deceased)

10 10 0 White, J. G., Esq.

52 10 0 Williams, Allen, Esq. (deceased)

52 10 0 Ditto

26 5 0 Ditto

26 5 0 Winfield, William, Esq. (deceased)

10 0 0 Ditto

10 0 0 Woodbridge, William, Esq. ,

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LIVERY. 1799. Stenson, N., Bourton on the Water, Gloucester. 1801. Ayliffe, Thomas, Australia. 1802. Powell, William, Esq., Berkley House, Reading. 1802. Osmond, Thomas, Thorpe-Le-Soken, Essex. 1802. Sharpe, Geo. Grinley. 1803. Gabb, Charles, Amboise, Touraine. 1805. Allnutt, Samuel, Portsea, Hants. 1806. Shuter, J. A., Sandgate, Kent. 1806. Thomson, Henry Urmston, Marine Parade, Dover. 1807. Gaitskell, Joseph Ashley, Monmouth. 1808. Lewis, David, Brookfield, Newcastle Emlyn, Cardi.

ganshire. 1808. Ward, W. Tilleard, Brighton. 1812. Hollier, Edward, Masbro' Road, Hammersmith. 1812. Baker, Edward, Stamford Hill. 1812. Mayo, Charles, Winchester, 1812. Austin, E. W., 17, Park Crescent, Brighton. 1813. White, J. G., St. Mary-le-Strand Place, Kent Road. 1814. Prior, Sir James, 21, Norfolk Crescent, Hyde Park. 1814. Partridge, Alderman, Colchester. -1814. Scholefield, David, Liverpool. 1815. Smith, James, 8, Powis Lodge, Haverstock Hill. 1815. Annandale, William, 51, Upper Norton Street,

Fitzroy Square. 1815. Randall, Edward Mayor, Southampton. 1815. Griffith, J., Esq., Llwynduris, Newc. Eml. S.W. 1816. Cole, Francis, Odiham, Hants. 1816. Maurice, Thelwall, Blissett, Reading. 1812. Cowne, Samuel. 1816. Poynder, Geo., Church Terrace, Lee. 1816. Hillman, William, Argyl Street. 1817. Galindo, R. M., Chislett, near Canterbury. 1817. Wheeler, W. Lowe, Perry Street, Northfleet. 1817. Gosset, Daniel. Atlingworth Street, Brighton. 1817. Wallace, John Rowland, Carshalton. 1817. Smith, Joseph, Holland Place, Clapham Road. 1817. Maingay, Bonamy, Guernsey. 1818. Tegart Edward, Dover Street. 1818. Parker, Thomas, Chenies, Bucks. 1818. Morley, Henry, Church Street, Midhurst. 1818. Wheeler, Lowe, 9, Vassall Villas, Holland Road,

Brixton. 1819. Kelson, George, Sevenoaks. 1818. Bowman, D., Belsize Road, Finchley Road. 1819. Hunt, Thomas, Alfred Place, Bedford Square. 1819. Skiers, Edmund, 23, Rue d'Angoulême, Champs

Elysée, Faubourg St. Honoré, Paris.

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20 0 0

NOTE.-Members whose names are marked thus uffice of master.

have served the water.

1827. Jones, J. W., Kennington Terrace, Kennington

Lane. 1828. Greenwood, John Danforth, New Zealand. 1829. Parratt, James Edward Thomas, R.A., Woolwich. 1829. Bruorton, William, Wincanton. 1829. Byass, Thomas Spry, Cuckfield.

1819. Westwood, Robert, Newgate Street. 1819. Wickham, William John, Winchester. 1819. Thorn, R. L., Upper Belgrave Placr.. 1819. Seddon, Joshua, Longdon, near Rugely. 1819. Dickinson, William, Šloane Street. 1819. Sutton, John Lee, Black heath. 1819. Humble, Wm, Esq., London Road, Southwark. 1819. Self, William, Lucas Place West, Commercial Road

East. 1820. Ansell, Thomas, Bow. 1820. Ward, Joseph, Epsom. 1820. Griffith, s. C., Brookwell, near Guildford, Surrey. 1819. Wells, J., 6, Lisson Grove South, New Road,

Marylebone. 1820. Tayler, Robert, Brighton. 1820. Miles, John, Charterhouse. 1821. Painter, Richard, Broadway, Westminster. 1821. Fincham, George, 2, Marlboro' Hill, St. John's

Wood. 1821. Randall, Alfred Mayor, Finsbury Square. 1821. Lavies, John, Great George Street, Westminster. 1821. Smith, R. C. R., Croome Cottage, St. Jacques,

Guernsey. 1821. Knight, Thomas, Thistle Grove, Little Chelsea. 1821, White, John, Princes Street, Great George Street,

Westminster. 1821. Wetherell, Nathaniel Thomas, Highgate. 1821. Rose, Joseph, Manchester Terrace, Islington. 1822. Merriman, John, Kensington Square. 1822. Lomax, James. 1122. Hewlett, Thomas, Harrow. 1882. Price, John Cooke, Stamford Hill. 1822. Church, William John, Bath, 1822. Buchanan, G. Adam, Myddelton Square. 1823. Whitfield, R. G., St. Thomas's Street, Southwark. 1823. Sterry, Henry, 7, Paragon, New Kent Road. 1821. Hunglison, Robley, Philadelphia. 1823. Maurice, David Pierce, Marlborough. 1823. Banner, John Maurice, Rodney Street, Liverpool. 1823. Stocker, Richard, Baker Street, Portman Square. 1823. Brodribb, William Perrin, Bloomsbury Square. 1823. Wilks, Charles, Charing, Kent. 1824. Austin, Morgan Fuller, Red Lion Street, Clerken

well. 1824. Smith, F. R., Hythe, near Southampton. 1824. Price, Allin Foord, Slade's Place, Deptford. 1822. Dobridge, H. Alex., Philadelphia. 1823. Catea, John, Bath Place, Dalston, 1824. Rowe, William Henry, Grafton Street, Brighton. 1824. Brown, Thomas, 16, Finsbury Circus. 1824. Bradford, Edward, Staff Surgeon, 1st Class Deputy

Inspector General of Hospitals, 36, Marylebone

Road. 1825. Savory, John, New Bond Street. 1825. Wakefield, T., 37, Milner Square, Islington. 1825. Wilkin, Henry, Connaught Terrace. 1826. Clark, Willington, Sutton, Surrey, 1826. Taylor, James, Todmorden Hall, Lancashire. 1826. Hammerton, J. Harrop, St. George's Hospital. 1826. Colchester, Thomas R. H. A., Albert Street, Camden

town. 1826. Long, Edward, Barham, Kent. 1827. Terry, John, 47, Queen's Road, Brighton. 1827. Wood, C. Walker, Woodhouse near Loughboro'. 1827. Dajor, Harry Hopkins Pearce, Hungerford. 1827. Smith, Cornelius, Gracechurch Street. 1827. Woolridge, William, Broadwater Manor House, near

Worthing. 1828. Skeel, David, Norfolk Street, Strand. 1828. Bean, Edward Fowler, Ashburton, Devon. 1828. Berry, Grove, High Harrogate, Yorkshire. 1828. Stocker, James, Guy's Hospital. 1828. Saner, James junior, Tottenham Green, Middlesex. 1828. Barrow, J. G., Davies Street. 1828. Digby, E., Fieet Street. 1823. Tingle, Thomas, Apothecaries' Hall. 1829. Kingston, Strickland Kearney, Victoria Road,

Clapham Common. 18:29. Butler, William Huntington, Guildford. 1829. Bellin, Benjamin, 2, Windsor Terrace Grove Road,

St. Stephen's, Norwich. 1829. Bean, William May, Camberwell. 1829. Shillito, Charles, Putney. 1829. Slaughter, T. G., Farningham, Kent. 1829. Hainworth, J., Camden Road Villas, Camden Town. 18:29. Vincent, George, Englefield Green, near Egham,

Surrey. 1829. Robertson, Richard Hopkins, St. George's Road,

Pimlico. 1829. Norton, Robert, 4, Westbourne Grove West, Bays

YEOMANRY. 1803. Lardner, Edmund. 1804. Griffiths, Frederick. 1809. Baker, William Lake, Hargrave, near Kimbolton,

Northamptonshire. 1809. Watkins, James W. 1808. Parmenter, John Hercy. 1810. Dale, Fred. Duodecimus. 1810. Smith, Edward Alfred, Portsea, Hants. 1811. Sharp, Robert Smith. 1811. Watkins, William Benjamin, Ardwick, near Man.

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