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10. The ANNUITY, &c., known as “ CHAMBERLAIN's," under a Deed dated the 13th December 1626, for one year,
ending 31st December 1881.
11. The ANNUITY, &c., under the Will of CHRISTOPHER Shaw, dated the 15th October 1617, for one year, ending
31st December 1881.
72. The ANNUITY, &c., under the Will of STEPHEN HUMBLE, dated in the 27th year of Henry 8th, for one year, ending 31st December 1881.
13. The ANNUITY, &c., under the Will of RICHARD HYNDMAN, dated 30th June 1569, for one year, ending
31st December 1881.
14. The ANNUITY, &c., known as “ PARADine's," under a Deed dated 14th January 1628, for one year, ending
31st December 1881.
15. The Annuity, &c., under a Deed dated the 3rd October 1621, and under the Will of John POLLARD, dated
16th February 1613, for one year, ending 31st December 1881.
BALANCE SHEET reïerred to in the foregoing Accounts. The several ANNUITIES before set out.
10 10 0
10 10 0
10 10 0
per Sharpe, two half-year's
scholarship at City of
repairs of church of
and 4th instalments of
donation of 201.
donation of 201. further
10 10 0
10 10 0
Audited and found correct this 20th day of February 1882.
, } Auditors.
Trustee of Charity Lands” and his successors, in trust for CHARITY OF JAMES LEVERETT.
the Charity. The Charities of this Company have not been reported In the year 1873 the Company also acquired a further upon by Her Majesty's Inspectors, but the following shows piece of land, also situate in Ferry Street (formerly the site the dealings with the Trust Estate.
of three customary tenements abutting on the property of By Indenture dated 15th December 1870, and made the Company), whichi, by an order of the Board of 19th Sepbetween the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England and tember 1873, was likewise vested in “ the Official Trustee Wales, Lords of the Manor of Lambeth, of the one part, of Charity Lands,” in trust for the Charity of James and Frederick Wilson of the other part, in consideration
Leverett. of the sum of 3221. the said Commissioners conveyed unto the said Frederick Wilson and his heirs five brick-built
CHARITY OF Ruth BAYLEY. inessuages or dwelling-houses, with the workshops, ware- It appears that, by will dated 23rd March 1837, the houses, and potteries adjoining, situate in the New above-mentioned donor, who died 25th June 181., Embankmer:t Road (late Fore Street) and in Ferry Street, bequeathed the residue of her personal estate to the Master, Lambeth, freed and discharged from all fines, heriots, Wardens, and Court of Assistants of this Company, in trust reliefs, quitrents, and all other incidents of copyhold or for the benefit of the poor widows and freemen of the said customary teoure, unto and to the use of the said Frederick Company for ever, 151. a year to be paid to each recipient Wilson, his heirs and assigns, for ever, in trust for the of the benefits of the Charity. Company of Butchers of London.
The Trust Fund consists of a sum of 13,9871. 88. ld. By an order of the Board, dated 20th June 1871, the Reduced 31. per cent. Annuities, and the pensioners receive property above described was vested in “the Official 151. a year each.
* Not reported upon by an Inspector.
BUTCHERS' COMPANY. ALBERT BANIŠTER, Esq., RENTER ASSISTANT, in account with the WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF BUTCHERS.
On Miss BAYLEY'S FUND. Dr.
ALBERT BANISTER, Esq., RENTER ASSISTANT, in account with the WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF BUTCHERS.
On the Poor FUND. Dr.
71 5 0
44 10 10
67 10 0
To cash, Miss Pocklington, by order
of the Court
To Mrs. Nichol, by order of Court
To Wm. Clarke
order of Court
30 0 0
1880. Sept. 21
To balance of cash received per
ter's rent of Lambeth Estate to
Michaelmas, less commission
Estate to Christmas, less commis
New Three per Cents.
Day, less commission
summer, less commission
5 14 0
TO THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR of this rent and dividend about 38. a week, some clothing, ENGLAND AND WALES.
and an allowance of wood. The rent of the land previously
to 1863 was 1301., and the expenditure and repairs, being In pursuance of an Order of the Board of the 24th of
regularly in excess of the income for many years, has November 1864, I concluded an inquiry into the present placed the charity in debt to the Company above 2001. circumstances of the endowed Charities under the manage- The same Richard Wyatt gave 15a. 3r. of land, situate at ment of the Carpenters' Company of the City of London, Bramshott in the county of Hants, to the said Company and have to report as follows :
to meet the expense of their annual visit to the hospital, The Charities of the Carpenters' Company are
and directed them to bear a sermon in the chapel house, to Richard Wyatt's Hospital at Godalming.
give the preacher 68. 8d., then to go and dine together. Collett, Jones, and Arrow's Augmentation.
This visit is annually made, and the Company then give Thomas Gittens' Charity.
a voluntary contribution of 51. 5s. The sermon is preached, John Day.
and 21. 2s. given to the vicar. Also some 30 or more of John Read.
the school children, who sing during the service, receive William Pope.
The clerk and beadle likewise receive the small payments
reserved. Edward Fennor.
The land at Bramshott was exchanged, with the sanction Donor unknown.
of the Board, in 1857 for six houses situated in the Fulham William Higgins.
Road, Chelsea, let on long leases at ground rents amounting
to 411, per annum.
THOMAS GITTENS' CHARITY.
Thomas Gittens, hy will dated 30th July 1587, gave
certain messuages situate in the parish of All Saints, by
London Wail, to the Master, Wardens, and Commonalty RICHARD WYATT'S CHARITY.
of the Carpenters' Company and their successors, and
directed them out of the rents and profits to pay on the Richard Wyatt, by will dated 12th March 1618, be
1st May yearly lls. to three poor freemen of the Comqueathed to the Carpenters’ Company all his land and
pany, 3s. 8d. to each. The messuages are still in the tenement situate at Henley-on-Thames, they giving annually to 13 poor widows 10s. each, with two joints of
possession of the Company (immediately adjoining their
Hall). meat, bread and drink fitting for so many, 28. to the clerk, 18. 4d. to the beadle, with proviso that should the Company
The lls. is paid 24th June to three poor freemen fail to perform these directions the bequest should go to
appointed by the Court of Assistants. Christ's Hospital, for the benefit of the poor children there
John Day's Charity. for ever.
The property is still in the possession of the Company let to Rose at a rental of 201. per annum on John Day, by will dated 27th February 1629, bequeathed agreement for lease. It is an extremely old house, but in a messuage situate in the parish of St. Botolph Without, tolerable repair. Thirteen widows regularly receive on the Bishopsgate, to the Master and Wardens of the Carpenters' 24th December 10s, and ls. each in lieu of meat, &c. After Company and their successors, upon condition they yearly this payment the residue of the rent merges into the give to 10 poor widows of that Society 51., 10s. to each, general funds of the Company.
and 20s, for a dinner for the said widows at their Hall. The same donor by his will founded the almshouses The above property was sold by authority of an Order called Wyatt's Hospital at Godalming for the residence of of the Board, dated 2nd August 1861, for a sum of 2001. 10 poor men to be appointed by the Carpenters' Company, New 3 per Cents, invested to answer the trust now who are the Trustees and Executors, and appoint in strict standing in the names of the Official Trustees of Charitable accordance with the directions of the will.
Funds. On the 24th December 10 widows appointed by The estate from which the funds are derived is called the Court receive 10s., and 2s. each for dinner. Shackleford, 29 miles from Godalming in Surrey: It contains 146a. 3r. 28p. of land, no farm-house, and is let to
JOHN READ's CHARITY. Mrs. Ann and Mr. George Roker on lease for 2 years John Read, by will dated 1st March: 1651, gave all his from Michaelmas 1863, at a rental of 1601., with the usual
messuages in Naked Boy Alley, Bermondsey Street, in the covenants.
parish of St. Olave's, Southwark, to the Master, Wardens, The widow of the said Richard Wyatt gave 401. to the
and Commonalty of the Carpenters' Company and their Carpenters' Company in trust to apply the interest towards
successors, to dispose of the rents as follows :clothing the almsmen.
101. yearly to his brother, Henry Read.
51. to 10 poor freemen or their widows, and their COLLETT'S CHARITY.
51. to the Master, Wardens, and Assistants for their Date unknown, gave to the Company 1151. Old South Sea Annuities, the dividends to be distributed equally
14s. to the clerk of the Company. amongst the above almspeople.
6s. to the beadle. The only record of this gift now extant is the benefaction board in the hall.
41. to a poor Cambridge scholar.
And after the decease of his brother to pay 91. yearly WILLIAM JONES' CHARITY.
to the churchwardens of Penton, to be disposed of in
charitable uses. William Jones, by will of 7th November 1781, bequeathed The property consisted of a house in Bermondsey Street to the Company the sum of 1501., in trust, to invest the and some sınall tenements in Naked Boy Alley, which is same in stock and apply out of the dividends 108. 6d. per
immediately in the rear. The whole was subsequently annum to the almsman appointed to read daily prayers
sold to the Greenwich and South-Eastern Railway Comat the hospital, and the residue equally among the other panies, and the proceeds laid out in land at Stratford, occupants.
contiguous to other property belonging to the Company.
The occupants of the Almshouses at Twickenham, about WILLIAM ARROW's CHARITY.
the 24th December, receive 10s. each and 2s. for dinner
(the gloves have not yet been given); the 14s. and 6s. William Arrow, by will dated 2 July 1810, gave to the are paid, but not from this Charity Fund, but out of the Company 2001., in trust, to apply the dividends
residue. The scholar's payment is regularly made; also 10 almspeople in equal proportions. The Carpenters' 91. per annum is paid to the minister of Penton, the Company have invested in 6911. 198. 6d. Consols now Rev. Christopher Dodson, and applied to the school there. standing in their corporate name to meet all the above The student is appointed by the Company, and receives trusts. The 10 occupants of these almshouses receive out the benefit for three years.