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St George (Southwark) 1868

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Southwark, The Vestry of the Parish of St. George the Martyr]

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Parish of St. George the Martyr, Southicark.

Dr.THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR OF THE PARISH OFCr.ST.GEORGE THE MARTYR, SOUTHWARK, in respect of the Order of the Vestry of the said Parish, No.25,and dated November 19th, 1867.

The Sewers Rate.By payments to the Vestry126679
Amount ordered ..£10000o„ Poundage on Collection32130
To Amou&t collected of Rate made on the 8th day of January, 1868, @ 2d. in the pound129909
The Metropolis Main Drainage Rate.By payments to the Vestry1237410
Amount ordered ..£100000„ Poundage on Collection311511
To Amount collected of Rate made on the 8th day of January, 1868, @ 2d. in the pound126909
The General Rate.By payments to the Vestry3786810
Amount ordered ..350000„ Poundage on Collection9821
To Amount collected of Rate made on the ^8th day of January, 1868 at 6d. in the pound3915110„ Postage and Receipt Stamps62
„ Printing301311
£6483126£6483126
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An Account for delivery to the Vestry of the Parish of St. George the Martyr Southwark of all Monies
and Rates received by the Overseers in pursuance of an Order of the said Vestry numbered 25 and dated
the 19th day of November, 1867.
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H. BLANDFORD SAND ALL,
CHARLES TAYLOR,
thomas hitton.
Churchwardens.
F. T. STANLEY,
DAVID PATJLL,
Overseers.
WE the undersigned having audited the above Accounts relating to The General Rate the Sewers
Rate and the Metropolis Main Drainage Rate levied by the Overseers in pursuance of the Order of the
Vestry numbered 25 and dated the 19th day of November 1867 do hereby state our allowance of the same
and do find in accordance therewith that the excess amounting to Two Hundred and Eighty six pounds
eight shillings and ten pence levied for The General Rate and the excess amounting to Two Hundred and
Sixty six pounds seven shillings and nine pence levied for The Sewers Rate and the excess amounting to
TwoHundred and Three pounds sixteen shillings and two pence levied for The Metropolis Main Drainage
Rate beyond the respective amounts in the said Order mentioned less the expenses of and incidental to
the making and collecting of the said Rates have been paid to the Vestry.
Given under our hands this 8th day of July, 1868.
WILLIAM HINCHLIFF,
J. WEBSTER,
R. TILLING,
Auditors for the Parish of St.
George the Martyr, Southwark.


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