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

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Image 387 of 49114th August 1735


Thursday 21st. August 1735

FarveyChas< no role > . Petr
for a Lease of 3 Houses in
Bridewell prcinct referr'd

Upon reading the humble Petition of Charles Harvey< no role > SettingforthThat he is
willing to take a Lease of three House in Bridwell Precinct faceing of Bridwell Dock
late in the possession of Mr. Rainsford, Mr. Crane and Mrs. Walker part of the possions
of the said Hospital for 21 years to commence from Michaelmas next at the Rent
of 12 a year and to layout 60 in repairs and to pay Fine of 30.& praying
a Lease thereof according to his said proposalIt is Orderd that it be referred to
the Committee of this House to consider of the said Petition and to report their
Opinion therein to the Court.

T [..] Thos.Petr.
for a Lease of a House (No. 56)
in Bridewell prcinct referr'd

Upon reading the humble Petition of Thomas Fowle< no role > SettingforthThat he is
willing to take a Lease of a House late in the Occupation of Thomas Pace< no role > part of the
Lease (No 5 [..] ) in Bridewell Precinct being the second house Southward from the little Gate
of the Hospital for 21 years from Christmass next at the Rent of 8 a year clear of Taxes
and to repair the premisses or if the Governors will put the premisses into Tenantable
repair he will pay 12 a year clear of Taxes. and also pay such Poors rates and other rates
as shall from time to time be setled or agreed on at the Vestry of the PrecinctAnd praying
a Lease thereof according to his said proposalIt is Ordered that it be referred to the
Committee of this House to consider of the said Petition and to report their Opinion therein
to this Court.

Richardson John< no role > Weaver
Petr. for Locks Gift


Upon reading the humble Petition of John Richardson< no role > Weaver Settingforth
That he served his apprenticeship in this Hospital to Mr. Natheniel Whitemore< no role >
one of the Artsmasters of this Hospital by Indenture dated the 27th. June 1717 and by an
Order of Court of the 22d of Oct: 1724 he was on the 1st. of April 1728 make Free of this
City and is set up for himself in his said Trade atMr. Woods in New Court , George
Yard , Whitechappell And the Court being acquainted that the Comittee of this
House on theinspected the Book kept of apprentices behaviour found
no Complaint against him It is Ordered that Mr. Richard Bridgman< no role > Mr Wm Brent< no role >
and Mr. Robert Hall< no role > three of the Governors of these Hospitals or any two of these
be desired to inquire whether the said John Richardson< no role > be sett up in his said Trade & of
his hopefullness therein and to make their Report to the next Court.

CarnellEdwd< no role > .Weaver
Petr. for Locks Gift


Upon reading the humble Petition of Edward Carnell< no role > Weaver Settingforth
That he served his apprenticeship in this Hospital part to Mr. John Mills< no role > late one
of the Artsmasters of this Hospital by Indre dated 17th. October 1726 and the Remainder
to Mr. John Barnham< no role > one of the Artsmasters of this Hospital and by an Order
of Court the 29th. of January 1734 he was on the 4th day of February following made
Free of this City and is set up for himself in his said Trade athis own house
opposite to the half Moon Tavern in Aldersgate Street And the Court being
acquainted that the Comittee of this House on theinspected the Book b [..]
of Apprentices behaviour and found no Complaint against him It is Ordered that Mr.
Deputy Ballard, Mr. Samuel Smith< no role > and Mr. Thomas Skip< no role > three of the Governors
of these Hospitalls or any two of them be desired to enquire whether the said Edward
Carnell
< no role > be sett up in his said Trade and of his hopefullness therein and to make their
Report to the next Court.




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