Bridewell Royal Hospital:
Minutes of the Court of Governors
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26th December 1722 - 15th December 1737

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Image 353 of 49116th January 1734


Wednesday 16 Janry 1733/4

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No Body appearing agt. her


ToopeSarah< no role > By Sr. Richard Brocas< no role > being chargd by the Oath of
Benja. Holsey< no role > at Watchmen of Bishopgate for breeding great disturbances in the
Street at three of the Clock this Morning and a loose idle disorderly Common
Woman.

without fees dd


PoettMary< no role > By Sr. Richard Brocas< no role > being charg'd by the Oath of
Eliza. Lilley< no role > for Pillferring from out of her house some Lace of Small value the
property of William Lilley< no role > her husband .

Apprentices


At this Court the following poor Boys were Ordered to be put out Apprentice at
the Nomination of the several Governors hereafter mention'd to wit

Nominated by

Indre dat 30 March 1734

BlantCaleb< no role > to John Burnham< no role > Mr. John Watts< no role >

Indre dat 8 April 1734

HarveyThomas< no role > to Jeffrey Gillingham< no role > Mr. John Everett< no role >

Indres Gra year to Xmas 1733}


Upon reading the humble Petition of the four Beadles & Porters man of this Hospital for their usual
Gratuitys of Forty Shillings a peice in respect of the half year ending at Xmas last for that their Salary
are but small It is Ordered that the Clerk of these Hospitals do give and pay unto then forty Shillings
a peice to be allowed him in his next account.

Beadles Gra year to Xmas 1733}


Upon reading the humble Petition of the three Beadles or Basketmen of the Hospital of Bethlem
for their usual Gratuitys of Twenty Shillings a peice in respect of the half year ending at Xmas last
for that their Salarys are but small It is Ordered that the Clerk of these Hospitals do give and
pay unto them twenty Shillings a peice to be allowed him in his next account.

[..] admitting a Patient into
Bethlem Hospitalreferred


Ordered that it be referred to the Committee of this House to Examine and
consider the fees taken by the Steward of Bethlem Hospital and they are desired
to reportandtheir Opinion concerning the same to the next Court.

CovellJohn< no role > corrected
in ye prsence of ye Artsmars
apprentices}


Upon reading a Report from the Comittee of this House bearing date the 14th. of December last in
the words followingMr. James Lipscomb< no role > one of the Artsmasters of this Hospital acquainted this
Comittee that his apprentice John Covell< no role > left his Service last Sunday evening and did not return till ten
of the Clock on Monday evening, that when his said Apprentice was before Mr. Treasurer, he said
that he had been at the Sign of the Ship at Radcliffe that his said Master had been at the
said place to enquire after him & found that the said John Covell< no role > had not been there It is the
opinion of this Comittee that the said John Covell< no role > be corrected which Mr. Treasurer is desird
to report to the next CourtIt is Ordered by this Court that the said John Covell< no role > be
corrected in the presence of the Artsmasters and all the apprentices in this Hospital which was
done accordingly




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