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St James's 1893

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

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Benefactor.OBJECT.By whom Administered.Annual IncomeSOURCE OF INCOME.
4Thomas Tenison, D.D., Archbishop of Canterbury. 1725.To provide one or more Schoolmasters to teach Poor Boys, natives and inhabitants of the Parish. This endowment is now merged in Archbishop Tenison's United Schools for the Parishes of St. Martin-in-the-Fields and St. James, under a scheme established by the Endowed Schools Commissioners, 31st January, 1871.The Vicar of St. Martin's and Rector of St. James's, ex-ojficio, and Two Co-optative and Three Fleeted Trustees for each of those Parishes, viz.:— Rev. J. F. Kitto, Rev. J. E. Kempe, Lord Kinnaird, Mr. G. T, Biddulph, Mr. D. Laing. Mr. John Scott, Major C. Probyn, Rev. H. Jones, Mr. James Maiin, Mr. E.Tyetall, Mr. G.H. Hopkinson, and Mr. William Winnett.£s.d.One fourth of Rent of house, No. 172a Regent Street, and of Ground Rent paid by the Commissioners of Woods & Forests, rent of cellars; Stock, £2,312 Consols.
Rent and £63 11 8 Dividends.
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