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

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Image 445 of 55829th April 1720


29th Aprill 1720

Govr. Reced then Charge


At this Court ye Charge was read to Anthony Duncon< no role > be Esqr . Geo Lewin< no role > Esqr
and Mr. John Higden< no role > Senr.as Governor s of these hospitals

Cook Richard< no role > Sw Locks Gift


Upon reading a Report dated the 28th. day of Aprill Instant under the
hands of Mr. John Beacher< no role > Mr. Francis Powell< no role > & Mr. Jno Barber< no role > three of
the Governor s of these hospitals That in persuance of an Order of Court
of the 13th. day of Novemr. Last they have made Inquiry and do find that
Richard Cook< no role > who Served her Apprenticeship in this Hospital) is sett up
for himselfe in ye Trade of a Weaver and has the Character of a diligent
SobermanIt is Ordered that the Steward of this hospital do give and
pay unto ye said Richard Cook< no role > Tenn pounds out of Mr. Locks Gift

Pinnes Fran< no role > : 10 Locks Gift


Upon reading a Report dated ye 28th. day of Aprill Instant under the
hands of Lawrence Parker< no role > Esqr . & Samuel Rush< no role > Esqr . two of the Govrs .
of these Hospitals That in persuance of an Order of Court of the 5th. day of
February Last they have made Inquiry and do find that Francis Pinnes< no role >
(who Served his apprenticeship in this hospital) is set up for himselfe
in the Trade of a Weaver and has the Character of a diligent Sober man
It is Ordered That the steward of this hospital do give and pay
unto ye said Francis Pinnes Ten pounds out of Mr Locks Gift

Pyrton Richd< no role > . 10 Locks
Gift}


Upon Reading a Report dated ye 28th. day of Aprill Instant under ye
hands of Mr Wm Lee< no role > Mr George Bludworth< no role > & Mr. John Furnis< no role > three of
the Governor s of these hospitals That in persuance of an Order of
Court of ye 5th. day of February Last they have made Inquiry & do
find that Richard Pyrton< no role > (who Served his apprenticeship in this hospital)
is set up for himselfe in the Trade of a Weaver and has the Character of a
diligent Sober manIt is Ordered that the steward of the hospital
do give and pay unto ye said Richard Pyrton< no role > Ten Pounds out of Mr
Lacks Gift

Stewds. for Election feast


At this Court The Govrs hereafter named vizt.

Mr. Thomas Andrews< no role > Mr. Cha. Lorrenge< no role > The Honble . Hen: Bertie< no role > Esqr .
Capt . Hen. Whitehand< no role > Richd Woodward< no role > Esqr .Alexr. Pendarves< no role > Esqr .
Mr. Wm. Rush< no role > Mr. Wm Yerbury< no role > Mr. John Pott< no role >
sr . Saml Clarke< no role > Mr. John Barber< no role > & Thomas Stevens< no role > Esqr .

Ex. & Kal.


Were chosen Stewards for the next Election day of these hospitals who
are desired to provide a Dinner as their Bien Venne for the president
Treasurer and Governors to dive together according to antient
Custome and in case any of the said Stewards Elected decline or
refuse ye same the Clerk is to Supply the number in course.




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