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George Moore, Kensington Palace Gardens, W., Esq.
Upper Warden. George Stockdale, 6, Throgmorton Street, E.C., Esq.
Renter Warden. John Burton, Streatham, S., Esq.
Mr. John Stock's Charity to 10 poor lame painters of the Company, more or less incapacitated from illness arising from injurious effects of painters' colours, who receive pensions of 101. per annum. The poor lame painters are elected annually on the first
Wednesday in January, and those who have previously received the pensions must petition annually. A blank form can be obtained at the clerk's office from the 20th December until the day preceding the election. They are expected to attend on the days of election and payment, or, if wholly incapacitated, produce proof of their being in existence and continuing duly qualified.
The pensions are paid half-yearly, viz., on the first Wednesdays in May and October, when the parties
should, if possible, attend in person. The poor of the Company, consisting of the widows of liverymen and freemen, and poor freemen, are relieved, in various small sums, on the first Wednesday in January, from the bounty of Mr. Fairchild, formerly a member of the Court of the Painters' Company, and also from the poor's box money, contributed by charitable peasons transacting business with the Company.
Mr. John Stock's Charity to poor curates.-- The Company pay over annually the sum of 1001. to the Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy, who elect the pensioners and distribute the pensions.
Treasurers. **Robert Obbard, 240, Upper Thames Street, E.C., Esq.
* James Rolls, 1, Hamilton Terrace, St. John's Wood, N.W., Esq.
All applications by letter should be addressed to the clerk of the Company, and must be prepaid.
F. G. TOMLINS,
Court of Assistants. * Thomas Stowers, 22, Charterhouse Square, E.C., Esq.
* Sir William Henry Poland, College Hiil, Thames Street, E.C.
* Samuel Edward Roberts, 30, Trigon Road, Clapham, S., Esq.
* Aurelius John Drewe, Foxhanger's House, Devizes, Esq.
* Charles Buzzard, of King's Villa, East Moulsey, Esq. * James Burchell, 34, Gordon Square, W.C., Esq.
* Joseph Thompson, 5, St. Stephen's Square, Westbourne, W., Esq.
* William Burchell, 42, Upper Harley Street, W., Esq. * Thomas Gooch, Twyford House, Bishops' Stortford, Herts, Esq.
* William Jas. Geo. Dilworth, Wilton Cottage, Brixton, S., Esg. * John Sewell, 8, Charterhouse Square, E.C., Esq. * Henry Tayler, Taplow House, Homerton, N.E., Esq. * John Comfort, 250, Upper Street, Islington, N., Esq.
* David Gordon Laing, 19, Buckingham Street, W.C., Esq.
Richard Cobbett, 25, Northumberland Street, Strand, W.C., Esq.
John Barber, o Lower Clapton, N.E., Esg.
Edward Josiah Monnery, 165, Fenchurch Street, E.C., Esq.
Sir Samuel Morton Peto, Bart., M.P., Kensington Palace Gardens, W.
Form of BEQUEST for CHARITIES to be distributed by
the PAINTERS' COMPANY, London. I give and devise to the master, wardens, assistants, and commonalty of the Freemen of the Art or Mystery of Painters, otherwise Painter Stainers, within the city of London, and the suburbs and liberties thereof, the sum of
the interest whereof is to be applied to the use and maintenance of a charity to blind persons (if for any other purpose it must be so stated) under such regulations as to them, the said master, wardens, and court of assistants of the said Company of Painters, otherwise Painter Stainers, for the time being, shall seem proper; the said sum to be paid exclusively out of such part of my personal estate as I can lawfully charge with payment of legacies to charitable uses; and I desire that the same be paid to the Master and Wardens for the time being of the said Company, whose receipt shall be a good discharge for the same.
Solicitor to the Company. H. Devereux Pritchard, 18, Great Knight Rider Street, E.C., Esq.
Livery. Messrs. 1807 George Mitchell, 15, Brompton Crescent, S.W.,
David Haswell, 19, Trinity Terrace, Brixton, S. 1814 William Nash, Lower Allisthwaite, Lancashire.
Ambrose Tween, Shepard's Lane, Brixton, S. 1820 Nathaniel Rogers, Brighton, Sussex, Gentleman.
Charles Clementson, Jersey. 1822 John Yarrow, Herbert Street, New North Road, N.,
Heraldic Painter. 1823 Roger Lamb, Basingstoke, Hants, Gentleman. 1824 Thomas Bingley Baynham.
Charles M‘Murdo Leslie, Catherine Street, Lime
house Fields, E. 1826 Pitt Cobbett, Addlestone, Surrey. 1827 John Bentley, 65, Cleveland Road, Islington, N.,
Painter. 1828 Luke Flood Cutbush, 3, Pitville Houses, Lea Bridge
Road, N.E., Painter,
William Smith Barber, Manor Cottage, Finchley, N. 1829 Thomas Fothergill, Askew, Yorkshire, Gentleman.
Richard Dutton, Sambrook Court, E.C., Wood
Henry Charles Northover, Gent.
Early History of Company
* This star denotes having served the office of Master. + This list includes those Liverymen whose directions are known.
Messrs. 183) Richard Roach, 42, Cornhill, E.C.
James Oliver, Lambourne Cottage, Bow Road, E.,
Artistic Decorator. 1834 John Henry Fitch, 17, Union Street, Borough, S.E.,
Solicitor. 1835 George Saint Mark Bishop, 3, Bennet's Hill, E.C.,
W., Painter. 1836 William Stowers, 22, Charterhouse Square, E.C.,
Herald Painter. 1838 John Charles Brant, la, Albion Terrace, Canonbury,
Messrs. 1861 Wilfred Nicholson, 65, Goswell Street, E.C., Var
nish Manufacturer. William Frederick London, 51, Bishopsgate Street
Within, E.C., Painter. 1862 Archibald Stewart Harrison, 133, Upper Thames
Street, E.C., Painter.
E.C., Clerk to the Company.
Newington, N., Grainer.
Edward Gilbert, 63, Queen Street, Wholesale Sta
F. G. TOMLINS, Clerk. Painters' Hall,
January 1st, 1861. N.B.—To insure an accurate return of Liverymen entitled to vote for members to serve in Parliament for the city of London, which is annually made, immediate communication as to change of residence should be made to Mr. Tomlins, Clerk, at the Hall, or to Mr. J. Main, the Beadle, 4, Little Trinity Lane, Queenhithe, City, E.C,
William Wicke Barber, 7, Upper Homerton, N.C.,
E.C., Painter. 1840 Francis William Vigers, Portsea, Hants, Builder. 1840 Charles Henry Marsden, Haverhill, Suffolk, Brewer.
Thomas Willis Fry, Australia.
finger and Coal Merchant.
finger and Coal Merchant. 1810 George Francis Trollope, of 15, Parliament Street,
S.W., House Decorator. 1811. Thomas Rolls Hoare, Cornwall Road, Lambeth, S.,
Varnish Manufacturer. 1842 Joseph Robert Willis Fry, 89, Lupus Street,
Pimlico, S.W., Grocer.
Street, E.C., Merchant. 1843 Robert Henry Obbard, Chiswell Street, E.C.,
Glass and Lead Merchant.
S.E., Chemist and Druggist.
Square, W., Surgeon. 1844 Harry Laing, 19, Buckingham Street, Strand,
Road, S., Glass Merchant. 1845 Richard Henry Feltoe, 298, Oxford Street, W., Oil
Joseph Horne, 36, Percival Street, E.C., Painter. 1846 Ephraim Burford, Stratford, E., Calico Printer.
William Cheale, Southampton, Tailor.
Street, E.C., Solicitor. 1851 William Naylor, James Street, Oxford Street, W.,
Colour Manufacturer. 1854 Thomas Haynes Parker, 332, Mary-le-bone Road,
N.W., Paper Factor. 1857 Thos. Chas. Engleback, Thrawl Street, N.E., Glas
Embosser and Bender. 1859 George Arthur Poland, 90, Oxford Street, W.,
Pimlico, S.W., Builder.
Square, W., Artistic Decorator.
N.E., Provision Merchant. 1860 John Gregory Grace, Wigmore Street, Cavendish
Square, W., Artistic Decorator.
N.W., Shoe Manufacturer.
W., Artistic Decorator.
CHARITIES distributed by the PAINTERS' COMPANY to
the Aged Blind. These Charities consist of annual pensions of 101., distributed under the wills of John Stock, Esq., Mrs. Jane Shank, Mrs. Dorothy Smith, virs. Mary Grainger, Mrs. Frances Yeates, and Miss Ann Rhodes Syddall. Petitioners for the said Charities must be
Sixty-one years of age complete.
place of residence.
any benefaction to that amount.
Of sober life and conversation. These being the qualifications prescribed by the benefactors and donors of the charities, the trustees cannot depart from them in the slightest degree.
Petitions are issued from the Hall annually, from the 25th October until the 30th of November, inclusive, (and at no other time,) between the hours of 10 and 2 o'clock.
The ministers or officers of parishes, and the friends of pensioners, are earnestly requested to give immediate notice to the clerk of the Company in case of death or disqualification, as the absence of such notice may retard the election of other applicants.
OTHER CHARities distributed by the COMPANY. Mr. John Stock's charity to two decayed liverymen of the Company, of the age of 50 years and upwards, in pensions of 101. per annum.
These pensions are paid half yearly, viz., on the first
Wednesday in May and October. Mr. John Stock’s charity to ten poor lame painters, more or less incapacitated from illness arising from the injurious effects of painters' colours, who receive pensions of 101. per annum.
The poor lame painters are elected annually on the
first Wednesday in January ; and those who have previously received the pensions must petition annually. A blank form can be obtained at the clerk's office from the 20th of December, until the day preceding the election. They are expected to attend on the days of election and payment, or, if wholly incapacitated, produce proof of their being in existence, and continuing duly qualified.
The pensions are paid half-yearly, viz., on the first
Wednesdays in May and October, when the parties
should, if possible, attend in person. Candidates for this Charity, not being pensioners, may
apply at the clerk's office for a form of petition,
and will there obtain all necessary information. The poor of the Company, consisting of the widows of liverymen and freemen, and poor freemen, are relieved from the bequest of Mr. Fairchild, formerly a member of the Court of the Painters' Company, and from the poor's. box money contributed by those transacting business with the Company. This Charity is distributed annually on the first Wednesday in January, and applicants should apply in the clerk's office for a petition at the latter end of the month of December.
Mr. John Stock's Charity to Poor Curates.— The Company also annually pay to the Corporation of ns of the Clergy the sum of 1001. for the use of poor curates. The pensioners are elected by the Corporation, by whom the amount is distributed in pensions of 101. each to ten poor curates.
Form of BEQUEST for CHARITIES to be distributed by the
PAINTERS' COMPANY, London. I give and devise to the Master, Wardens, Assistants, and Commonality of the Freemen of the Art or Mystery of Painters, otherwise Painter Stainers, within the city of London, and the suburbs and liberties thereof, the sum of
the interest whereof is to be applied to the use and maintenance of a charity to blind persons (if for any
it must be so stated), under such regulations as to them, the said Master, Wardens, and Court of Assistants of the said Company of Painters, otherwise Painter Stainers, for the time being, shall seem proper; the said sum to be paid exclusively out of such part of my personal estate as I can lawfully charge with payment of legacies to charitable uses ; and I desire that the same be paid to the Master and Wardens for the time being of the said Company, whose receipt shall be a good discharge for the same.
AGED Blind PENSIONERS,
N.W. Thomas Burbidge, St. Mary, Huntingdon. John Battersbey, Bolton-by-Bowland, Lancashire. Ann Brook, Kirkheaton, Yorkshire. Alice Burton, Newchurch in Pendle, Lancashire. Mary Blower, 7, Crown Court, East Smithfield, E.C. Elizabeth Baggalley, Welchpool, Montgomery. Louisa Boyden, St. Peter's, Colchester. Elizabeth Brady, Rebecca Court, Well Street, Marylebone. Edward Campbell, Trent Church, East Barnet. Margaret Craven, All Saints, York. Thomas Carter, 36, Milton Street, E.C. Sarah Cooper, Marton Gainsboro, Lincoln. Jane Cunningham, Haberham Eaves, Lancashire. Mahalath Coe, Fersfield, Norfolk. Thomas Coro, Camborne, Cornwall. Elizabeth Cocking, Illogan, Cornwall. William E. Clarke, Rainhill near Prescot. Sarah Cook, Lawford, Essex. Charlotte Collins, Higham Ferrers, Northampton. Thomas Clark, 22, Lawrence Lane, Cheapside, E.C. Mary Coles, 29, New Road, Sloane Street, S.W. Susan Clement, Redcar, Yorkshire. James Clark, 3, Short Street, Tabernacle Square, E.C. John Cooper, Arreton, Isle of Wight. Sarah Cliff, Mickleover, Derby. Lucy Cross, High Wycombe, Hunts. Farrar Clegg, Christ's Church, Woodhouse. Ann Davis, Glastonbury, Somerset. Samuel C. Drewett, Reading, Berks. John Davey, St. Hilary, Cornwall. Robert Dimsdale, Hardrow, near Hawes, Yorkshire. Hannah Day, East Hendred, Berks. Elizabeth Dawe, Tuckingmill, Cornwall. Margaret Davidson, 2, Little Brook Street, Euston Road.
Lydia Dawson, St. John's, Wakefield.
N.W. Lucy Page, Invalid Home, Canonbury, N. Elizabeth Parsons, Edgeware, N.W. Alice Praed, Marazion, Cornwall. Mary Pearce, 26, New Road, Sloane Street, S.W. Anthony Retallack, Helstone, Cornwall. Henry Reeve, Hitcham, Bucks. John Read, 6, Castle Court, Lower Whitecross Street,
E.C. Amy Roberts, St. Goran, Cornwall. John Raw, Ainderbey, Yorkshire. Jeremiah Robertshaw, Clayton, Yorkshire. Elizabeth Routley, Torre, Devon. Susan Swann, New Mills, near Stockport. John Stout, Nenthead, Cumberland. Ann Stanton, Milton Abbott, Devon. Jane Suatt, Brigham, Cumberland. Mary Smith, 4, Hope Place, Mile End Road, E. Samuel Shackell, 37, Crown Street, Finsbury, E.C Mary Soloman, St. Mawgan-in-Pydar, Cornwall. Martha Sappher, 3, Haye's Place, Lower Road, Islington, N
William Smith, 14, Upper Copenhagen Street, Islington,
N. Elizabeth Sowler, Stokesley, Yorkshire. Thomas Smith, Hebden Bridge, Halifax. Mary Sommerville, Ifracombe, Devon. Ann Saunders, 32, Northumberland Street, Marylebone,
W. Elizabeth Shakeshaft, Eston, Yorkshire. George Simm, Woolar, Northumberland. Martha Smith, Holy Trinity, Whitehaven. Jonathan Smith, Tyldesley, near Manchester. James Stephens, 3, Crown Place, St. Clement's Danes,
W.C. Mary Simmonds, Marsh Lane, Tottenham. John Scott, Hawkshead, Lancashire. Mary Ann Selby, Hornby, Westmoreland. Elizabeth Smith, Langham, Rutland. Mary Tibbetts, 15, Chester Place, Kennington Cross, S. Mary Turner (No. 1.), Wadingham, near Kirton Lindsey. Jane Tanner, 47a, Cifton Road, Abbey Road, St. John's
Wood, N.W. Mary Turner, (No. 2), East Budleigh, Devon. Mary Teitgen, 12, Queen Elizabeth Street, Horselydown,
S.E. Elizabeth Thomas, St. Ives, Cornwall. Elizabeth Tall, Gainsborough, Lincoln. Mary Varty, Dærham, Cumberland. Mary Unwin, Sutton-on-Trent, Notts. William Unthauk, Norton, Durham. Jane Williams, St. Kea, Truro, Cornwall. Ralph Waller, Odiham, Hants. Elizabeth White, St. Matthias, Bethnal Green, N.E. Joseph Whinfield, Allonby, Cumberland. Ann White, Tarporley, Chester. Mary A. Wilson, Richmond, Yorkshire. James Whipp, Healey, near Rochdale. William Woods, Walsden, Lancashire. Elizabeth Wells, Christ's Church, Hoxton, N.E. Anne A. Wilson, Stratford, Essex, E. Sarah Wyatt, St. Andrew's, Plymouth. Jane Wearne, St. Ives, Cornwall. Job James Wadman, 25, Sandwich Street, Burton Cre
scent. Rush Yates, Park Place, Highbury.
It is particularly requested that if it should be found that any pensioner does not come within the qualifications specified at page 10, that immediate notice may be given to the Company, in order to prevent frauds on the Charities.
Donations and SUBSCRIPTIONs already received towards
the ExmIBITION of 1864, and towards a PERMANENT FUND.
£ S. d. Sir Samuel Morton Peto, Bart., M.P. 30 0 0 The Past Master, Mr. D. G. Laing, for two
prizes for decorative work (2nd donation) 10 0 0 Mr. Sewell, the expense of putting up specimens (4th donation)
10 0 0 Mr. James Burchell (2nd donation) 10 10 0 Messrs. Noble and Hoare ditto 10 10 0 The Master, Mr. George Moore ditto 5 5 0 Mr. Upper Warden Stockdale ditto
5 0 0 Mr. Renter Warden Burton
5 0 0 Mr. Treasurer (bbard (2nd donation) 5 5 0 Mr. Treasurer Rolls
5 5 0 Sir William Henry Poland ditto
5 5 0 Mr. William Burchell
ditto 5 5 0 Mr. Thomas Gooch
ditto 5 0 0 Mr. A. J. Drewe
2 2 0 Mr. Joseph Thompson
2 2 0 Mr. W. ). G. Dilworth
ditto Mr. Henry Tayler
0 Mr. John Comfort
ditto 2 2 0 Mr. Richard Cobbett
2 2 0 Mr. John Barber
2 2 0 Mr. Edward Josiah Monnery ditto
2 2 Mr. F. G. Tomlins
0 Mr. H. D. Pritchard
20 In course of collection. *** It is earnestly hoped that the Livery and Trade will, by their liberal subscriptions, aid in placing the Exhibition on a permanent foundation.
EXHIBITION of Works of DECORATIVE PAINTING.
George Moore, Esq., Master.
F. G. Tomlins,
1860. Certificate of merit and freedom-Thomas Kershaw, for graining; John McDouall, for marbling ; James Edmett, for writing ; James Simkin, for decoration.
1861. Medals were given this year for the first time, and the prizes divided into three classes :-1st. Silver medal and freedom-John Taylor, for mar
bling ; William Betteridge, for graininy ; Beedoe
Edmett, for writing ; Thomas Donatti, for decoration. 2nd. Bronze medal--William James Cloake, for mar
bling; David O. Haswell, for writing ; William Simp
son, for decoration. 3rd. Certificate of merit--Charles Hibble, for marbling;
John H. Trotter, for writing; and Christien Kitzerow, for decoration.
1862. The Great International Exhibition having attracted the artizans of all trades, those of the painting trade contributed largely, and consequently it was not thought desirable to have an exhibition at the Hall. The Company, however, being unwilling to forego the annual distribution of prizes, the Master and other members of the Trade Com inittee, and two delegates from the trade, inspected the painting work, and made the following awards :1st. Silver medal and freedom-John Kensett, for
graining; William Read, for marbling; John Bradley,
for marbling; Isaac L. Coulton, for decoration. 2nd. Bronze medal and freedom--William A. Grant, for
graining; William Maslin, for marbling; William
Pitman, for writing ; John H. Earle, for decoration. 3rd. Certificate of merit and freedom--George Lainson,
for decoration. The judges also desired that bonourable mention be made of a fine design by Messrs. J. and J. Rodgers, of Sheffield, numbered 5,918, being an elaborate wall decoration; and also the writing in the altar-piece of Messrs. Cox and Co., numbered 5,690; but as the principle of awarding the prizes necessitated their being bestowed on the person actually executing the work, they declared that they could not award prizes to the productions, not knowing the names of the workmen who produced the specimens.
1863. Ist. Silver medal and freedom-Alfred Tyndall, for graining; Charles Ross, for marbling; William James Cloake, for writing; Foster Spottiswood, for decoration.
2nd. Bronze medal and freedom--Samuel Burnby, for graining; Henry T. Goodwin, for marbling; George Hewitt, for writing; J. J. Lovegrove, for decoration.
3rd. Certificate of merit and freedom-John Graham, for graining; Alfred Tyndall, for marbling; Joseph Tuffill, for writing ; J. G. Howe, for decoration.
SUBSCRIPTIONS in Aid of the ExhiBITION. As the Exhibition is attended with an extraordinary expense to the Company, it is necessary that the trade and others taking an interest in it should aid by their contributions. An efficient mode of so doing by members of the trade will be their taking up their freedom and livery. The subscription is not limited; as it is exceedingly desirable to form a permanent fund for distribution of prizes, and for endowment on decayed artists of merit.
The Exhibition is free to the public, thus giving considerabie advertising advantages to exhibitors; and the use of the hall, the services of the court, of the committee, and of the honorary secretary, are entirely gratuitous.
Subscriptions received for the years 1860 and 1861, 2!01. 1s.
STATEMENT of the Accounts of the CHARITY called or known as Mrs. GRANGER'S CHARITY TO THE Blind, in
the Parish of Holy Trinity the Less, in the City of London, of which the following Persons are the Trustees, viz., the Painters' Company of the City of London, for the year ending on the 31st day of
December 1881. 1.--Gross INCOME arising or due from the ENDOWMENTS of the Charity for the year ending on the 31st day of
STATEMENT of the Accounts of the Charity called or known as Mrs. Dorothy Smith's CHARITY TO THE
Blind, in the Parish of Holy Trinity the Less, in the City of London, for the year ending on the 31st
day of December 1881. 1.-Gross INCOME arising or due from the ENDOWMENTS of the Charity for the year ending on the 31st day
of December 1881.