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of that year.
The payment was therefore made by the Company for The disbursements on account of the Charity are made
£ $. d. a valuation of the stock which could be purchased by 2307.
Stokeham Huthwaite, a decayed master for 23 years arrears, and the principal sum of 2001. The
200 0 0 sum of 131. 19s. 8d. a year (the dividends) are brought to a
To Oliver J. J. Stocken
40 0 0 separate account, out of which 101. a year are paid to the
George Wyatt, do.
100 0 0 vicar of Cripplegate, and the balance is carried to the credit
Mary Prior, widow of do.
20 0 0 of the Company.
5 5 0 This application, which appears to be justified by
10 10 0 Mr. Kettle's opinion, seems to be inconsistent with the principle on which it was required that the Company shall
£375 15 0
The Whitecross Street Estate.
Samuel Whitbread, by indenture of the 26th March
1794, gave to the Company three freehold houses in Richard Rochdale, by will of the 1st July 1657, gave to
Whitecross Street, upon trust to paythe Governors of Christ's, Bridewell, and St. Thomas'
£ S. d. Hospitals, three messuages in Wood Street, upon trust to
To the general uses of the Company - 10 10 0 pay (amongst other things) to the poor of the Company,
To the clerk
5 5 0 31. a year, before Christmas Day.
To the beadle
2 2 0
and then upon trust to invest the residue of the rents in
to pay the dividends in January towards the support and
relief of poor freemen of the Company and their widows
(preferring such as should be blind, lame, or afflicted with By indenture of the 23rd June 1679, reciting the will of palsy, or very aged), in benefactions of not less than 51. 5s. Philip Jemitt of the 26th December 1676, whereby he to each. gave to the Company 2001. to purchase lands to pay out of he rents
The estate consists of the following particulars : To four poor freemen or their wives 61., and the residue
£ s. d.
1. A house and shop, No. 84, Upper for the use of the Company; and reciting that the Company were seised of certain messuages in Shoe Lane.
Whitecross Street, let to David Jones Т) said Company in consideration of the said 2001.
(assignee) on lease for 18% years, charged the above premises with the payment of 61. a
from Lady Day, 1855
60 0 0
2. A factory behind the last-mentioned year.
house, and the Cherry Tree,” (See Bellowe's Gift as to application.)
approached by a gateway from White
cross Street, let to Hayward Tyler WHITBREAD's CHARITY.
(assignee) for 21 years, from Christ
154 13 4
3. The The Great Barford Estate.
Whitecross Street (adjoining No. 1, Samuel Whitbread, by indenture of the 26th March
and in front of No. 2) let to Samuel 1794, gave to the Company a messuage, garden, and
Charles Whitbread and Rd. Marappurtenances, with 270a. 1r. 9p. of land at Great Barford,
ineau on lease for 21 years from Beds, upon trust to pay
42 0 0 d.
The sum of 9181. 3s. 11d. 31. per For the general uses of the Company 10 10 0
cent. Reduced Annuities, standing To the clerk
5 5 0
in the names of John Manning and then to invest the residue in the funds, and after his
Needham, Hedworth David Barclay decease, in January and July every year to pay the rents
Edward Charrington, and Robert and dividends towards maintaining one or two master
27 10 10 brewers, 1001. to be paid to one such master brewer, and 501. each to two, and if the residue of the rents and dividends
£284 4 2 should amount to 1501. a year, then to pay the same to one such master brewer, or 1001. to one and 501. to another. And if such residue should be 2001. a year, The disbursements on account of this Charity are by then to pay 2001. to one, or 1001. a-piece to two such donations made at a January court. The donations are master brewers.
commonly made to the same persons as long as they live, The estate consists of a farmhouse and £ s. d. if they need them. The Company call them gifts for the buildings on the lower, and a house on the
year to come, and not as pensions or arrears. upper farm, and 235a. 2r. 19p. of land situate in the parish of Great Barford, in the
In 1864 the sum of 2501. was voted in donations as county of Bedford. It is let to John Selis
follows : Ayres, as a yearly tenant, at a rent of 280 (0)
£ s. d. There are also the accumulations of rent,
Mr. George Allan, a blind liveryman and which at the last inquiry amounted to
60 0 0 2,1841. 7s. 1d. 3 per cent. Consols, and now
Mrs. Eliza Lee, widow of a freeman
30 0 0 consist of 4,2151. Os. 7d. like stock standing
Mrs. Mary Slater, widow of a freeman 50 0 0 in the names of Robert Hanbury, Arthur
Mrs. Amelia Elizabeth Smith, widow of a Keith Barclay, Richard Martineau, and Arthur
40 0 0 Pryor
Mrs. Elizabeth Lewin, widow of a
40 0 0
Mrs. Ann Smith, widow of a freeman 30 0 0
Brought forward The sum of 4,2051. Ils. 10d. 31. per cent.
Reduced Annuities, standing in the names of Nicholas Charrington, Joseph Martineau, Arthur Keith Barclay, and Arthur Pryor
126 3 4
Baker's GIFT. John Baker, by indenture of the 18th December 1813, reciting that he was desirous of endowing six almshouses, transferred 2,5001. Reduced Annuities, 3,0001. Consols, and 3,0001. Reduced Annuities to the Company, upon trust to sell a sufficient part of the said 2,5001. Reduced Annuities to purchase six small tenements in the parishes of Christchurch (Middlesex) Spitalfields, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Bethnal Green, or Whitechapel, or to build six such cottages, for the residence of six poor women, or female inhabitants of the said parish of Christchurch.
And the said J. Baker conveyed to the Company a messuage and land in Horton, Bucks, to apply the rents and the dividends of the several sums of stock as follows:--
To the general use of the Company 201.
121. and after the death of the said J. Baker, to apply the rents and dividends as an endowment for the said almshouses and their inmates.
The testator died in 1818, and the almshouses, which had not been erected at the date of the last inquiry, were built in 1825 upon a plot of ground in Oxford Street, at the back of the London Hospital, in the Mile End Road, 120 feet by 114 feet, and conveyed by feoffment of the governors of that hospital to Robert Barclay and others of the 7th September 1825 in consideration of 4521. In 1838 by a lease of the 6th June of that year, the same governors granted to the trustees for the same uses a piece of land fronting the almshouses, 110 feet by 114, for 73 years from Lady Day, 1838, at a peppercorn rent. There are rooms for eight inmates, each having a parlour and bedroom on the garden level, with a kitchen and offices to each on the basement floor.
The cost of the building was 2,9481. 18s. 7d., which, together with the site, furniture, &c., was raised by the sale of a part of the 31. per cent. Reduced Stock belonging to the Company at the last inquiry.
The productive estate of the Charity at present is as follows:
£ S. d. A farmhouse and out-buildings, and
30a. Or. 17p. land at Horton, in Bucks,
for a lease, for 14 years from 1850, at 95 00 The sum of 6,8561. 45. 7d. 31. per cent.
Consols standing in the names of
205 13 8
Some other payments have been made recently. A cornrent of 31. 14s. 4d. to the rector of Horton, 201. on account of the restoration of the church and schools of St. Phillip, Stepney, and 201. to the church and parsonage fund of the same parish.
At the close of 1863 a balance of cash of 1141. 15s. 5d. was due to the Charity, which will be invested and added to the accumulations.
I append a form of the petition for admission. The notice of vacancies is given on the church doors of Christ. church, which also states where the forms of petition can be obtained. All which I submit to the Board. (Signed) Thos. Hare,
Inspector of Charities. 27th January 1865.
5 0 1
305 13 9
LADY OWEN'S SCHOOL.
TOWER HILL GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
VISITATION by the WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF FOUNDED BY ALDERMAN JAMES HICKSON, A.D. 1687.
THE WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF BREWERS.
Head Master. – Rev. HERBERT WILLIAMS, M.A., Algebra.--To Quadratic Equations.
St. John's College, Cambridge. Reading.
Under Master.-Albert CRUMP, Esq. Grammar.Parsing, &c.
French Master.-M. MASSE, Head French Master at History.-Greece.—The Persian War.
Dulwich College. Geography.-General Modern.
Drawing Master.-H. Ashby, Esq. Natural Physiology. — External Senses. Sight and
The object of the school is to furnish a liberal and useful Hearing.
education for the sons of respectable persons who are Fifth Class.-17 Boys.
engaged in professional, commercial, and trading pursuits
in and near London. The course of education accordingly Arithmetic.-Decimals, Duodecimals, &c.
includes: - Instruction in the truths and duties of Algebra.-To Algebraic Fractions.
Christianity, the Latin, Greek, English, French, and GerReading.
man languages, Mathematics, the Physical Sciences, History.-— Rome. From the banishment of Tarquin to Writing, Book-keeping, Geography, History, and Drawing. the Latin War. .
The duties of each day commence and end with prayer Geography.-Russia, Physical and Political Geography of. and reading the Holy Scriptures, from which none of the
scholars are allowed to absent themselves. Fourth ('LASS.-21 Boys.
No boy may be absent from school on any pretence Arithmetic.--Fractions, &c.
whatever, without special leave from the head master,
except in case of sickness, which must be certified, if Reading.
required, by some medical practitioner. History.—England. The Plantagenets.
A general examination of the whole school, conducted Geography. — England, Physical and Political Geo
by gentlemen appointed by the court of the Brewers' graphy of.
Company, takes place at their annual visitation at Mid-
summer, when prizes are distributed for proficiency and
good conduct. Arithmetic.-Practice, &c.
The hours of attendance are-On Monday, Tuesday, Reading.–
Thursday, and Friday, from nine till half-past twoman Spelling.-General.
interval of half-an-hour being allowed at one o'clock.
The hours of attendance are -Geography.—America, Physical Geography of.
On Wednesdays and
Saturdays, from nine till one.
The vacations are seven weeks from the end of July to
the middle of September, a fortnight at Easter, and three
weeks at Christmas. Reading.-
The number of scholars is limited to sixty. Twenty of Geography.--Asia, Physical Geography of.
this number are educated free, viz. :-Spelling. To difficult words of Three Syllables.
14 belonging to the parish of Allhallows, Barking, and
6 First CLASS.—18 Boys.
St. John, Wapping.
the remaining forty are admitted, without reference to the Arithmetic.-Compound Multiplication of Money. parish in which they reside, on payment of 1l. per quarter Reading..
in advance. Geography.—England, Physical Geography of.
A uniform charge of 58. per quarter for stationery is Spelling.–Church Catechism. — Spelling.–To difficult made to each boy, whether on the foundation or otherwise. words of Two Syllables.
Books and drawing materials are charged at the usual
prices. There are no extras of any kind whatever. FRENCH EXAMINATION.
A deposit of 31. must be made with the clerk of the
Company, on account of each boy educated in the school,
which will be returned on his leaving.
A quarter's notice, in writing, must be given to the
head master prior to the removal of any scholar, whether
on the foundation or otherwise. St. Pierre, Cuvier, Michaud, Fénelon, Barthélemy, Pupils are admitted between the ages of eight and J. de Maistre, &c,
sixteen by the Court from time to time as vacancies occur. Poetry.—Corneille, Boileau, Racine, Béranger, Mil
A report of each boy's proficiency and conduct is sent levoye, Berquin, J. B. Rousseau, &c.
to his parents, and also to the court of the Brewers' Grammar.- Parsing.–Construction, Compositon. Company every half year. A report book is also in use, ECOND Class.--19 Boys.
by means of which a boy's friends are acquainted with the
manner in which he has acquitted himself at school from Translation.—Extracts from the Works of Montesquieu, day to day.
Barthélemy, St. Lambert, La Harpe, Mallet du Pan, The school-rooms are lofty, and thoroughly warmed and and Guizot.
ventilated. Grammar.–Verbs.— Regular and Irregular.
Attached to the school there is a library of instructive
and entertaining books for home reading, to which all the Third Class.-29 Boys.
pupils have access.
Applications for admission to be made to C. R. Vines,
Esq., clerk to the Brewers' Company, St. Helen's Place, Grammar. - Article, Adjective, Noun, Auxiliary and
Bishopsgate Street, from whom, or from the Rev. the Head
Master, 9, Trinity Square, E.C., further particulars may
Translation. } Exercises in the Grammar and Extracts
Brewers' Hall, London,
THE BREWERS' COMPANY'S GRAMMAR AND
Received of Mr.
the sum of three pounds, upon the conditions within mentioned.
£3 : 0 : 0
Tower Hill, Grammar School,
186 I hereby certify that Mr.
gave to me the written notice within required, and, having discharged the school account, is now entitled to the return of the deposit of three pounds.
Christ Church, Spitalfields, Middlesex,
Brewers' Hall, London.
Rules and ReguLATIONS. The object of the school is to furnish a liberal and useful education for the sons of respectable persons who are engaged in professional, commercial, and trading pursuits; the general plan of instruction, accordingly, includes instruction in the truths and duties of the Christian Religion, the Greek, Latin, English, French, and German languages, Mathematics, the Physical Sciences, Writing, Book-keeping, Geography, History, and Drawing.
The general age for admission is from eight to sixteen years.
The duties of each day commence and end with prayers and the reading of the Holy Scriptures, from which none of the scholars are allowed to absent themselves. The hours of attendance are :On Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, from
9 to 23. On Wednesday and Saturday, from 9 to 1. Scholars who are irregular in their attendance, or in. attentive to their studies, will be detained after the school. hours under the charge of a master; and in each case the time of detention will be noted in the daily report book.
No boy is to be absent from school on any pretence whatsoever, without special leave from the head master, excepting in case of sickness, which inust be certified to the head master by some medical practitioner, if required.
The scholars must be cleanly in person and apparel, to the satisfaction of the head master, failing which he is authorised to send them home to their parents.
Registers are kept of the attendance, progress in learning, and conduct of the several scholars, from which half-yearly reports are transmitted to their parents or guardians, and to the court of assistants of the Brewers' Company.
Flagrant misconduct on the part of any scholar, or cutting or otherwise defacing the desks or forms, will subject him to suspension or expulsion from the school.
A general examination of the whole school, conducted by gentlemen appointed for that purpose by the court, shall take place at the annual visitation previously to the summer vacation, after which there will be a distribution of prizes for proficiency and good conduct.
The vacations consist of seven weeks in Summer, three weeks at Christmas, and two weeks at Easter. The scholars are expected to attend the school till the vacations commence, and to return punctually when they close.
One quarter's notice in writing must be given to the head master by parents or guardians intending to remove their children from the school.
day of day of
To the Master, WARDENS, and Court of AssisTANTS
of the WORSHIPFUL COMPANY of BREWERS.
age, is the widow of
who was a and died at
day of That she was born at in the county of
and was married to the That her husband was
a householder and ratepayer of the parish of Christ Church, Middlesex, in which she first came to reside, on the
and that for the last has occupied
in the said parish as under. That she has never received parochial relief, and now resides at
That she is possession of an income of about a year, derived from
That her family consists of daughters, of whom sons are married, and daughters are married, and that she is assisted by
That she is a person of good name, and of honest, sober life and conversation, as appears by the accompanying testimonials.
She therefore prays to be elected to the vacant almshouse at Mile End, founded by John Baker, Esq., deceased, this being her
time of petitioning.
The Worshipful Company of Brewers of the City of London having this day elected my son as a
boy to their school, No. 9, Trinity Square, Tower Hill, I do hereby certify that I have read the above rules, with a copy of which I have also been furnished, and that I agree to conform to, and comply with, and be bound by such rules, so far as the same apply to myself, and that I will endeavour to enforce the performance of them so far as they relate to my son.
It is also agreed that I shall forth with deposit with the clerk of the Brewers' Company the sum of three pounds, to be returned to me upon my removing my son from the school after the expiration of one quarter's notice, in writing, previously given by me to the master of the school, of such my intention, and also contingent upon my having discharged all school bills due to the said master, otherwise the said sum of three pounds to be absolutely forfeited to the said Company. Dated this
£ 8. d.
€ 8. d. || 1881.
£ 8. d. 190 7 0
450 00 11 6 0
7 0 0
24 0 0
31 10 0 2 2 0
80 0 0
1881. TO RENTS
sols 3 per cent.
Alderman Platt's Trust
Great Barford estate
Mr. John Baker's Trust
which become the property of the
Messrs. York and Rochdale's Trust
10 10 0 10 10 0 20 00
BY WORKS AND REPAIRS AT HALL
Balance of Mrs. ANN POTTER'S
school „ Mr. CHARRINGTON'S GIFT to Alden.
ham almspeople Subscription to Cripplegate schools – Donation to Aldenham Governing
John N. Frost
Jane Wells -
Gas , Insurance, hall . Printing, gtationery, stamps, &c. Rates and taxes, 18 and 19, Addle
850 0 0 450 0 0
3,733 6 8
3,733 6 3
6,049 2 0 December 31. „ Balance brought down, being
excess of income over expendi-
329 1 6
8. d. 1881. December 31. By amount invested in Government 13,793 8 5
Stock at this date, January 1st,
costing 13.7931. 8s. 5d.
6,378 3 5 20,171 11 10
20,171 11 10