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Clerkenwell 1863

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Clerkenwell, St James & St John]

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ABSTRACT.

RECEIPTS.Moneys owing to the Vestry, 25th March, 1864.EXPENDITURE.Liabilities of Vestry, 25th March, 1864.
£s.d.£s.d.£ s.d.£s.d.
Sewer Account2,46297Sewer Account000Sewer Account2,692 84Sewer Account2,688109
Main Drainage2,93733Main Drainage21900Main Drainage2,810 810Main Drainage34911
Lighting3,55608Lighting11500Lighting3,395 136Lighting866185
General11,812128General39271011,349 172General5,06086
20,248 710
Balance in Bank490 33
„ in Clerk's hands29 151
£20,76862£726710£20,768 62*£8,65077
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PUBSUANT to the 195th Section of the Metropolis Local Management Act, We hereby Certify that we have carefully
examined and audited the respective Accounts of the Vestry of the Parish of Saint James and Saint John, Clerkenwell, for the year
ending Lady-day last, and that we find them to be true and correct in all particulars, and we hereby sign the same in token thereof.
Dated this Eighth day of July, 1864.
JOHN BONE LEWIS,
JAMES TERBY,
DANIEL COOKSEY, Auditors.
Wm. JOHN BABLOYV,
JAMES HABT,
* It will be observed that this sum includes the £2,657 6s. 6d. due to the Metropolitan Board at Midsummer, and also the Loans £2,500 which are repayable
by annual instalments.


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