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St James's 1883

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St James's, Westminster]

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Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual Income.SOURCE OF INCOME.
1Burlington School, Boyle Street. Founded 1699.To provide for and advance the education of Girls.Five nominated, and Seven co-optative Governors.108353£18,819 9s. l1d. Consols. Rent of house, No. 15, Berwick Street.
approximate, and fees from Pupils.
2Thomas Tenison, D.D., Archbishop of Canterbury. 1725.To provide one or more Schoolmasters to teach Poor Boys, natives and inhabitants of the Parish.The Rector and the Senior Churchwarden for the time being, and Three Trustees.14800One-third of Rent of house, No. 172a, Regent Street, and of Ground Rent paid by the Commissioners of Woods & Forests.
3Offertory Schools, Swallow Street. Beginning of the year 1700.For the advancement of the education of Boys at any Public Elementary School or Schools in the Parish, by means of Prizes and Exhibitions.Two ex-officio Governors; Two representative Governors ; Three co-optative Governors.9532£2,705 19s. 8d. Consols (the accumulation of Communion alms during the Rectorship of Dean Andrews) and a portion of Charities Nos. 4 and 5.
4Alice Knights-bridge. 1765.To be laid out in bread, to be distributed amongst Poor Housekeepers of the Parish.Rector and Churchwardens for the time being.611710£2,063 9s. New Three per Cent.