Bridewell Royal Hospital:
Minutes of the Court of Governors
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26th June 1713 - 2nd August 1722

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13. Novr. 1719

Apprent made free


At this Court the persons hereunder named were ordered to be made free
of his City having Served their apprenticeship in this hospitals to the
artsmasters hereunder menconed Vizt.

Wm Loyd< no role > to Allen Page< no role > P Indre dat 16 May 1709
Thomas Coles< no role > to Daniel Hipp< no role > P dodat 1st Octor 1712
Francis Pinner< no role > to James Candet< no role > P do dat 21 Mar. 1707

Coles Jno< no role > . 10 Locks Gift


Upon reading a Report dated the 13th. day of Novermr. Instant under the
hands of Mr Depty. Beckley & Capt. Polehampton two of the Governor s
of these hospitals That in persuance of an Order of Court holden at the
hospital of Bridewell London ye 24th day of July Last this house
made enquiry and do find That John Coles< no role > who Served his apprenticeship
in this hospitals is Sett up for himselfe in ye Trade of a Weaver and hath
the Character of a diligent Labor man. It is Ordered that the Stewd.
of this hospital do give and pay unto the sd John Coles< no role > Ten Pounds of Mr
Locks Gift

Blackmore Tho< no role > .
Pratt Richard< no role >
Whitby Jno< no role > }

each 10
Locks Gift

Upon reading a Report dated ye 13th. day of Novemr. Instant under the
hands of Mr John Francis< no role > and Mr Wm Lee< no role > two fo the Governor s of
these hospitals That in pursuance of an Order of Court holden at the
hospital of Bridewell London ye 24 day of July Last they have made
enquire and do find ye Thomas Blackmore< no role > Richard Pratt< no role > -and John Whitby< no role >
who Served their apprenticeships in the said hospital are sett up for
themselves in their several Trades and have ye Characters of Diligent Sober
man It is Ordered that ye Steward of this hospital do give and pay
unto each of them Ten pounds a peice out of Mr Locks Gift.

Caverley Robt< no role > . 10 Lacks Gift
Upon Reading a Report date ye 13th. day of Novr. instant under the
hands of Mr John Neale< no role > and Lawrence Parker< no role > Esqr two of the
Governor s of these hospitals That in pursuance of an Order of Court of
the 24th day of July Last they have [..] enquiry and do find
That Robert Caverley< no role > (who Served his apprenticeship in the sd hospital)
is Sett up for himselfe in ye Trade of a Weaver and has the Character
of a Diligent Sobor manIt is Ordered that ye Steward of this
hospital do give and pay unto ye Said Robert Caverley Ten pounds out of
Mr Locks Gift

Ex. & Kal.




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