Bridewell Royal Hospital:
Minutes of the Court of Governors
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22nd May 1751 - 1st December 1761

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Image 386 of 43110th December 1760


Continued Weds. 10th. December 1760

Hughs Thos. Petit. to
Assynens House Holborne


Upon Reading the humble Petition of Thomas Hughes< no role > of the Parish of
Saint Andrew Holborn in the County of Middlesex Tobacconist and Joseph
Malpass
< no role > of Woodstreet Cheapside London Javoler as follows Vizt
That by Indenture of Lease dated the 1st. day of August 1760
Demised to your Petitioner Thomas Hughes< no role > a Messuage in Holborn
(being part of the Possions of Bridewell Hospital. To hold from
Xmas 1748 for 21 Years which will Expire at Xmas 1769 at 10-
P Ann rent clear of all Taxes and a Fine of 100That your
Petitioner Thomas Hughes hath Agreed to make an Assignment to
your Petitioner Joseph Malpass of the said premisses from
Michaelmass last for the Remainder of the said Term of 21 Years
which will be then to Come and unexpired who is willing to Accept the
sameAnd praying a Lycence to the Petitioner Hughes to Assign
the said Lease & premisses to the Petitioner Malpass Accordingly.
This Court having duly Weighed and Consider'd the said Petition
Doth give Lycence to the said Petitioner Hughes to Assign the sd
Lease & premisses to the said Petitioner Malpass for the Remainder
of the Term.

Georges Charles to be free
Saunders. Jno. Do
Jarow Robert. DO
Dolley. Richard. Do


At this Court Charles Griffiths< no role > who Served his Apprenticeship in this-
Hospital to Richard Day< no role > by Indre dated the 28th. August 1753
John Saunders< no role > who Served his Apprenticeship in this Hospital to Wm.
Tarraint
< no role > by Indre dated the 10th. of November 1752Robert Jervis< no role > who
Served his Apprenticeship in this Hospital to James Smith< no role > by Indre
dated theand Richard Dollray< no role > who Served his
Apprenticeship to Sutton Sharpe< no role > by Indre dated the 7th. of December 1750
were Order'd to be made free.

Lander Thomas
to be Enquired a pair
for Fowkes Gift


Upon Reading the humble Petition of Thomas Lander< no role > Shoemaker
Setting forth That he Served his Apprenticeship in this Hospital to
William Wender< no role > late one of the Artsmasters in this Hospital deceased
by Indre dated 13th. November 1740 and by Order of Court the
10th. of March 1748/9 he was made free of this City the Third
day of May 1749and is Set up for himself in his said Trade
at Mr. Charles Cronches< no role > Shoemaker the 1st. door up Cock lane Snow hill
It is Order'd That Mr. Gamon Mr. Cook & Mr Read or any Two of them be
be Desired to Enquired if the said Thomas Lander be set up for himself & of
his hopefullness therein And Report to the Court.




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