Bridewell Royal Hospital:
Minutes of the Court of Governors

6th January 1689 - 8th August 1695

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Image 148 of 5008th April 1691

Being given for the Payment of two Shillings and Six Pence
P weeke for his keeping there for the future That then the
Same Shall be accepted And the Bond for Payment of
Five Shillings a weeke Shall be delivered up to be cancelled

Beadles and
Baskett Men

Also Upon the Several humble Peticons of the four
Beadles and the Porters man of the Hospitall of Bridewell
and of the three Baskett men of the Hospll of Bethlem for
their usuall Gratuities of Twentye Shillings a peice in respect
of the halfe Yeare ending at Lady day last It is Ordered by
this Court That mr Trear Baker Doe Pay into Each of
them Twentye Shillings to be Allowed mr Trear in his next


It is Also Ordered by this Court That the Sevll Poor Boys
here after named be placed out Apprentices to Some of the
Artsmasters of the Hospll of Bridewell Vizt

Indre dat 20 July 1704

Samll Clarke< no role > at mr Dregnes
Thomas Meade< no role > at mr Slaughters
John Prigg< no role > :at mr Cuthberts
Thomas Loeman< no role > at Mr Pattles}

New Governrs

It is Ordered That a Staff be forthwth Sent to mr
Michaell Edwards< no role > Brother of Sr James Edwards< no role > decd
upon ye Mocon of mr Depty Clark

And At this Court mr Heames Did Nominate mr Rich Baking< no role >
(the Kings Up holsterer living in Bedford Street Covent Garden -
And mr Edmund Lee< no role > Nominated mr Thomas Elton< no role > an Apothecary
at Mile End Green :
To be Governrs of these Hosplls

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