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STATEMENT of the ACCOUNTS of the CHARITY called OZELL Pitt's Gift, of which the following Persons are the Trustees; viz., the Master, Wardens, and Assistants of Poulters,

London, for the year ending on the 17th day of March 1881.

1.-GROSS INCOME arising or due from the ENDOWMENTS for the year ending on the 17th day of March 1881.

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The money left under this Charity has long since been invested and become consolidated in the Company's stock in the Bank of England.

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£ 8. d.

1880. July 1

$ 8. d. 0 14 3

Thomas Goldfinch, pensioner

Balance (if any) in favour of the Charity, at the commencement of the account
Further receipts, viz. :

By one year's dividends on 45l. 118. 3d. New 31. per cent. stock

October

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I hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct,

(Signed) A. W. SADGROVE, Clerk. Dated the 25th day of May 1881.

STATEMENT of the Accounts of the CHARITY called ROBERT Wright's GIFT, in the Parish of All Hallows, Lombard Street, in the City of London, of which the foll cuing Persos

are the Trustees : viz., The Masters, Wardens, and Assistants of Poulters, London, for the Year ending on the 17th day of March 1881.

1.-GROSS INCOME arising or due from the ENDOWMENTS for the Year ending on the 17th day of M.arch 1881.

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STATEMENT of the ACCOUNTS of the CHARITY called THE NEPTON'S TRUST ESTATE, in the Parish of Saint Botolph, Bishopsgate, in the City of London, of which the following

Persons are the Trustees; viz., The Master, Wardens, and Assistants of Poulters, London, for the year ending on the 17th day of March 1881.

Description of Real Property.

Names of Tenants.

Gross Yearly Income.

Descriptions of Outgoings

or Deductions.

Amount.

Arrears due
Net Annual at Commence-
Income.

ment of Account.

Sums received.

Amount due at Close of Account.

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£ 3. d. 98 12 8 Property tax

S. d. 9 5

£ 96

S. d. 3 3

£ s.

d. 3

The master, wardens, and assistants of

Poulters, London.

S. 96 3

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The sum of 3,2871. 13s. 5d. Consols standing in

the names of the Paymaster-General of the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice.

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1.--GROSS INCOME arising or due from the ENDOWMENTS of the Charity for the year ending on the 17th day of March 1881

money of 8,000l. paid by the Great Eastern
Railway Company, for the purchase of free-
holds, Dunning's Alley, standing in the same

names.

49 18 3 The like

1 4 9

48 13 6

48 13 6

The sum of 1,6641. 2s. 5d., balance of 1,7791. 198. Id. The like dames

3l. per cent. Consols, accumulated from time to time, after deducting 115l. 16s. 8d, sold out to pay expenses of scheme.

406 12 11

10 3 10

396 9.1 Date.

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2-BALANCE IN HANC and RECEIPTS on account of the Charity during the year.

3.-PAYMENTS on account of the Charity during the year.

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Balance (if any) in favour of the Charity and in hand at the commencement of

53 0 1
204 10 10
232 2 4
96 3 3
48 13 6
19 10

1880.
Apr. 1

Paid pensioners on estate
13 Premium and outfit, Wilkins
May 13

Distribution, Aldgate and Barking
Conveyances

Repairing tomb
July 1 Proportion dinner bill

Paid pensioners on estate
21 Premium and outfit, Allen

The like, Davies
23 The like, Bullock

The like, Odell
Sept. 30 Paid pensioners on estate
Oct. 20 Premium and outfit, Nowlan

1881.
Jan. 13 Paid pensioners on estate

Charity money to Shoreditch
Clerk's yearly allowance
His bill apprenticeships
Printing account
Receipt stamps
Balance for widows
The like for apprentices

£ s. d.
29 15 0
33 0 0

0 0
3 0 0
0 5 0
3 0 0
29 15 0
33 0 0
28 0 0
33 0 0
33 0 0
25 5 0
33 0

34 5 0
20 0 0
10 0 0
6 6 0
1 11 6
0 1 0
57 14 8
160 1 10

£654 0 0

£654 0 0

4.-An ACCOUNT of all MONIES owing to or from the Charity, so far as conveniently may be stated, at the close of the year ending on the 17th day of March 1881.

Monies owing to the Charity, and from what Persons, and on what Account.

Amount.

Outstanding Debts or Liabilities of the Charity, and to what Persons, and on what Accounts.

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£
436

1880
March

to
1881
March

the Account
Balance for widows from last year
The like apprentices
One year's dividends on 7,935l. 9s. 8d.
The like on 3,2871. 138. 5d.
The like on 1,6641. 2s. 5d. -
The like on 6661. 13s. 4d. -

Total amount of receipts

654

Expenditure

3

6

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I hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct,

(Signed) A. W. SADGROVE, Clerk of the Company. Dated the 25th day of May 1881.

SADDLERS' COMPANY.

Wednesday, 22nd July 1863. CHARLES OCTAVIUS HUMPHREYS, Solicitor and Clerk to the Company. CHARLES HOLBROOK, Clerk to Mr. Humphreys, and Beadle to the Company.

Monday, 27th July.

Saddlers' Company, and the several foundations, endow-
ments, and objects of such charities, respectively, and
also their present circumstances, and whether any and
what improvements may be made in the management or
application thereof; and that I shall be ready, at the
time and place above mentioned, to receive evidence
concerning the same.
Given under my hand, at the Office of the Charity

Commissioners, 8, York Street, St. James's
Square, in the City of Westminster, this
day of

18
(Signed) T. H.

Inspector.

Saddlers' Hall, Cheapside,

July 4, 1863. SIR,

CHARITIES OF THE SADDLERS' COMPANY.

In reply to yours of the 2nd instant I have to inform you that you can proceed with your inquiry into the present circumstances of the endowed charities of the above Company here on Wednesday, the 22nd instant, being the day appointed by you for that purpose.

I am, &c. (Signed)

CHARLES O. HUMPHREYS, Thos. Hare, Esq.,

Pr. CHARLES HOLBROOK. 8, York Street, St. James' Square, S.W.

Saddlers' Hall, Cheapside, MY DEAR SIR,

August 17, 1864. Having the pleasure of knowing you from having met you at this Hall, I beg to address you to ask the favour of your informing me the names of the Counsel of the Charity Commissioners, as I am desired by the Court of the Saddlers’ Company to take their opinion upon a trust matter. Apologising for troubling you I beg to remain

Dr. Sir,

Yours faithfully,
(Signed) CHARLES 0. HUMPHREYS,

Clerk and Solicitor
To Thos. Hare, Esq.,

Saddlers' Company. Charity Trust Cominission Office, 8, York Street, St. James' Square.

Saddlers’ Hall, Cheapside, MY DEAR SIR,

October 10, 1864. Many thanks for your note. I intend taking the opinion of Mr. James Wickens and another counsel, and then of placing that opinion before the Charity Com. missioners for their advice and direction in the matter,

Yours faithfully,

(Signed) CHARLES O. HUMPHREYS. Thos. Hare, Esq.

10, Devonshire Road, Holloway, N.

April 7, 1865. SIR, THE SADDLERS' COMPANY OF THE CITY OF LONDON.

UNDER the advice of Mr. Good, the chief clerk to the Commissioners, permit me to request the favour of your writing to me an appointment where I may have the honour of laying before you most important information as regards the false returns made for several years past by the Saddlers’ Company as regards the several charities or trusts in their hands. I have been one of the livery for nearly 40 years, and a member of the Court of Assistants for 15 years, and am prepared to support upon oath the information I am prepared to give. Soliciting an early appointment,

I have, &c.

(Signed) KAY DINSDALE. Thos. Hare, Esq.

Saddlers' Hall, Cheapside,

November 25, 1864. MY DEAR SIR,

DINSDALE. Having the pleasure of knowing you I beg to send herewith a letter to the Commissioners which I shall feel obliged by your placing before them together with a case and opinion of counsel, which when done with I shall feel obliged by its return. You will see by my application to the Commissioners that I have acted under your kind advice, and have fortified the question by an opinion of counsel.

I have sent the letter and case in a separate envelope lest you should not be in town.

Yours faithfully,

(Signed) CHARLES O. HUMPHREYS. Thos. Hare, Esq.

CHARITY COMMISSION. I HEREBY give notice that, under the authority of the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales, I shall, the

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o'clock in the forenoon of the same day, be at the Saddlers' Hall, Cheapside, in the city of London for the purpose of inquiring what endowed Charities are subsisting under the management of the

Charity Commission,

April 11, 1865. SIR,

CHARITIES OF THE SADDLERS' COMPANY.

In reply to letter of the 7th instant, requesting an appointment for the purpose of making a communication on the subject of these charities, I have to inform you that the inquiry concerning them which I prosecated under the direction of the Charity Commis. sioners has been concluded, and my report to them has been made, and I have no authority or jurisdiction to commence another inquiry without a further order of the Board.

If, as you state, you possess important information as regards the false

returns which you allege the Company have made for several years past, the proper course will be for you to state in writing to the Commissioners the particulars of such false returns, speci. fying the dates, sums, and other items which should have been introduced, or which have been improperly inserted. The Board, with this statement before it, will be able either to direct a new inquiry founded on your specific allegations, or to call the attention of the accountant in whose Department the annual returns are deposited to the incorrectness of those returns and direct him to demand an explanation of the discrepancies you mention. Of course I need not add that a vague and general charge not definite and specific, as I have pointed out, cannot be, and ought not to be, made the ground of any such proceedings.

I am, &c. Mr. Dinsdale,

Signed) T. H. 10, Devonshire Road, Upper Holloway, N.

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