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[Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

II.
GIFTS and CHARITIES entrusted with the Worshipful Company of GROCERS of London.

 


Their Free Schools, Almeshouses,
Exhibitions and Advowsons.
By whom Founded,
or Maintained.
FREE SCHOOLS.
One at Oundle in NorthamptonshireSir William Laxton, Kt.
Another at Colwal in HerefordshireMr. Humphry Walwyn
At Topcliff in Yorkshire, anotherMr. William Robinson
Another at Witney in OxfordshireMr. Henry Box
ALMESHOUSES.
An Almeshouse at Oundle in
Northamptonshire
Sir William Laxton, Kt.
Another at Lullingstone in KentSir John Peachy
EXHIBITIONS.
For Four Scholars in Jesus
College, Oxon
Mrs. Mary Robinson
For four Scholars in each UniversityMrs. Emme Bachus
ADVOWSONS.
One at Northil in Bedfordshire
Another of Alhallows Steyning in Marklane,
London
These two Livings were purchased
by the Company, pursuant to the Gift
of the Lady Margaret Slaney, deceased
Another Advowson of St.
Stephens Walbrook, London
Sir Henry Keble, Kt.


BENEFACTORS Names.
†Sir Henry Keble
† Sir William Butler
†John Maldon
†Thomas Gore
†John Billesdon
†Sir William Laxton
† John Wardal
†Thomas Knowles
†Emme Bachus
†Sir Thomas Middleton
†William Robinson
† Elizabeth Burrel
†Peter Bloundel
†Sir John Hart
†Lady Katharine, Viscountess Conway
†Gilbert Keate
William Robinson
Alderman Saunders
†Francis Tyrril
†Edmund Turvil
John Heydon
Robert Lambert
Nicholas Stiles
†Sir John Peachye
Richard Hayle
Thomas Wheatley
†Mary Robinson
†Lady Margaret Slaney
Henry Anderson
John Newman
Sir John Lyon
Edward Elmer
Thomas Farmer
Lettice Deane
Richard Lambert
†Humphrey Walwyn
†Lady Anne Middleton
Edward Jakeman
Katharine Hall
Roger Knott
John Heydon
Sir Thomas Ramsey
Peter Houghton
Thomas Ridge
John Grove
William Pennyfather
Thomas Dawkins
Robert Brooke
George Holman
Mary Robinson
Richard Hall
Thomas Westraw
Robert Bowyer
John Hudson
Sir Robert Napper
William Pennyfather
Thomas Moulston
Stephen Abberley
John Mevill
Thomas Gamull
Constantine Wrightman
Sir Edmund Wright
Thomas Freeman.
The Persons whose Names have a Cross
before them, gave 500l. or more.

The Sum of all the Charitable Donations yearly expended by this Company, amounteth to 700l. or thereabouts.


Drawn by Mr. Ravenill, Clerk of the said Company.

GIFTS