Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St. Martin-in-the-Fields]
14 Messrs. T. W. MARSHALL & HOGARTH, Churchwardens, in Account with the Parishioners of St. Martin-in-the-Fields 15
|Carried forward||693||6||???||By amount brought forward||684||0||6|
|Cash. Calico, Evergreens, and Paper Flowers for Church||0||19||9|
|„ T. Busby, Extra Work and Attendance at Church, Cleaning Windows, Boating Carpets, &c.||0||16||6|
|„ Cheque Stamps, Postages, Stationery, &c,||0||10||0|
|„ Messrs. Bevington, covering Organ||0||10||0|
|„ Mrs. Stamp, washing Cover for Font||0||0||6|
|„ Cleaning Church (June, 1862)||6||4||11|
|„ Messenger from Admiralty with Flags||0||2||0|
|Balance carried to next account||0||2||6|
WE, the undersigned being the Auditors elected by the Parishioners to
audit the Accounts of Messrs. T. W. Marshall and Hogarth, Churchwardens,
report that we have examined and compared the several Vouchers with this Account
and find the same correct.
W. S. Staunton.
H. J. Garlant.
June 3rd, 1863.