The WORKHOUSE in Bishopsgatestreet. 200

The WORKHOUSE in Bishopsgatestreet.

Mrs. Frances Loveday, by her last Will.
A Person unknown, by Mr. Thomas Loveday,
towards the Building.
Sir William Scawen an 100l. more.
Mr. Richard Marsh, by his last Will.
Mr. John Stock, Deceased.
Thomas Guy, Esq; an 100l. more.
Mr. James Clark, by his last Will.
Sir John Parsons, Knt. Lord Maior, 366l. 10s.
Mr. Edward Bovey.
Sir Joseph Wolf.

An. 1704.

Godfrey Webster, Esq;
Mr. Samuel Harwar, by his Will, 100l.
A Person unknown by Maurice Kay, Esq; 100l.
Sir William Ashhurst, Knt. and Alderman, 100l.
Edward Boulter, Esq; for building the Brew-
house and all Utensils, 500l.
Sir Owen Buckingham, Lord Maior, 100l.
Dame Sarah Pritchard, 200l.
Edward Colston, Esq; 100l.
A Person unknown by Samuel Jackson 10l. and
who hath procured at several times about 300l.

An. 1705.

Mr. Walter Wallinger, 100l.
A Person unknown by Mr. Cesar Chamberlain, 100l.
John Hanger, Esq; more, 50l.
Sir Henry Furnes, more, 50l.
A Person unknown by Sir Joseph Wolf, Sir
James Collet, and Edmund Boulter, Esq; and
Mr. Cockeril, Secretary, 500l.
Edward Boulter, Esq; for the great Cistern, 226l. 16s.
Mrs. Susan Van Cittern, 50l.
A Person unknown by Edmond Baily, 50l.
Sir Edmund Turner, Knt. out of the Exchequer
by the Bankers Annuities for ever, 37l.15. 6d.
A Person unknown by Robert Foot, 50l.
The Reverend Dr. Richard Leach, by Will, 50l.

An. 1706.

Here follows a Continuation of the BENEFACTORS to this Workhouse from 1706, whereof, besides such as gave lesser Sums, were these that follow, none under 50l. except such as contributed often, or more than once: All whose Names are gratefully remembred and set up in the Spinning House.

Mrs. Mary Tatam, 25l.
Mr. John Rand by Will in Houses, for ever,
per Annum, 59l. 15s.
Mr. Daniel Dolins, 50l.
Sir Charles Thorold, 100l.
Sir Samuel Stanier, 25l.
Sir John Wolf, Alderman, Treasurer; and Mr.
John Enderby, Executors of Mrs. Margaret
Stow, 200l.
John Smith, Esq; 100l.
Mr. Thomas Beale, 100l.
Mr. Benjamin Godfrey, 50l.
John Deagle, Esq; 50l.
A Person unknown by Jonathan James, 10l.

An. 1707.

Sir William Gore, Alderman, by Will, 100l.
Charles Whitchcote, Esq; 50l.
Sir Robert Clayton, Alderman, and Deputy Pre-
sident, paid for Wainscotting the Court-
Room, which might be reckoned at the
Charge of 70l.
Mrs. Mary Hobby, 50l.
The abovesaid Sir Robert, by his Will, be-
queathed to this Corporation, in Houses for
ever per Annum, 18l.
Mr. John Guy, 25l.
Mr. Robert Rowland, by Will, 500l.
Sir Godfrey Webster, 50l.
Mrs. Anne Mary Godfrey, by Will, 50l.
A Person unknown again by Mr. Johnathan
James 20 Guineas.
Mr. Richard Chiswel, Jun. 50l.
Sir Joseph Wolfe, Alderman, present Treasurer,
and Mr. John Enderby, Executors of Mrs.
Margaret Stow more, 50l.

An. 1708.

Mrs. Mary Tatam more, 25l.
Lady Hodges, Widow of Sir William Hodges,
sometime Alderman of London, 50l.
Sir Samuel Stanier, Alderman, more, 25l.
A Person unknown by Mr. John Gunston, 50l.
Sir Charles Thorold, Alderman, by Will, 300l.
Mr. Thomas Hollis, Jun. 50l.
Mr. Edward Gould, 30l.
Thomas Guy, Esq; 100l.
Mr. Joseph Blisset by Will, for putting out
Twenty Children 100l.

An. 1709.

A Person unknown by Mr. Jonathan James
more, 21l. 10s.
Samuel Lethuielier. Esq; 100l.
Sir Edward Gould, 20l.
Mr. Thomas Scawen, 50l.
Mr. Deputy Samuel Webb 20 Guineas, who gave
also Anno 1706. 20 Guineas.
Sir Jeffrey Jeffreys, by Will, 100l.
Mr. Thomas Smith [a borrowed Name] un-
known, 100l.
John Hanger, Esq; 100l. who gave 50l. before.

An. 1710.

Sir Samuel Stanier, more 25l.
Mr. Thomas Hollis, Jun. 50l.
Mr. Gerard Conyers, 50l.
Mr. Samuel Foot, by Will, 100l.
A Person unknown by Mr. Jonathan James,
more, 20 Guineas.
Abraham Beak, Esq; by Will, 100l.
Mr. Edward Beecher, by Will, 100l.
Mrs. Brereton, by Will, 150l.
Micaiah Perry, Esq; 50l.
Sir Joseph Wolf, by Will, 200l.
Sir Henry Furnes, Knt. and Bar. by Mr. Clay, 25l.

An. 1711.

Mr. Joseph Sabbarton, by Will, 50l.
A Person unknown by Mr. Jonathan James,
more, 20 Guineas.
Mr. Richard Chiswel, 200l.
Sir John Houblon, by Will, 100l.
Mr. Thomas Lane, 100l.
Mr. Thomas Parkhurst, 50l.
Sir John Collet, by Will, 50l.
Mr. Reginald Heber, Foreigner, 50l.
Mr. Edward Orlebar, by Will, 40l.
Sir Henry Furnese, by Will, 100l.
Mr. Peter Parker, Bookseller, 50l.

An. 1712.

A Person unknown by the said Mr. Jonathan
James, more, 20 Guineas.
By a Person unknown sent by Mr. Benjamin Smith, now, 5l.
And at several other Times as much.
Sir Godfrey Webster, more, 50l.
Mr. John Salmon, by Will, 100l.
Alderman Delme, 50 Guineas.
Mr. John Williams, by Will, a Freehold House
in Threadneedle Street, Yearly Income, 30l.
The Lady Frances Buckingham, 50l.
Mr. Edmund Littlepage, by Will, 500l.
Mr. Jonathan James, from a Person unknown, 100l.
Sir Godfrey Webster, more, 50l.
Mrs. Mary Hayes, by Will, 50l.
And among Ten poor honest Tradesmen, placed
out of ths House, who well deserved their
Apprentiships, 50l. that is, 5l. a Piece.

An. 1713.

Sir Peter King, Recorder of London, 50l.

An. 1714.

Mr. John