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[The Daily News, 12. September 1868]

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THE METROPOLITAN POOR ACT, 1867.

ASSESSMENT TO THE METOROPOLITAN COMMON POOR FUND.

The following official documents have been forwarded to us for publication:

We, the Poor-law Board, acting under the Metropolitan Poor Act, 1867, do hereby assess on the several unions and parishes and places where there is no poor rate in the metropolis, the undermentioned amounts as their respective contributions to the Metropolitan Common Poor Fund, in respect of the half-year ended at Lady-day, 1868:

Unions, Parish, or Place. Annual rateable value. Amount of contribution.
Bermondsey, St. Mary Magd. £216,868 £1,807 4 8
Bethnal-green, St. Matthew 220,906 1,840 17 8
Camberwell, St. Giles 414,314 3,452 12 4
Chelsea, St. Luke 279,890 2,332 8 4
Clerkenwell, St. James 231,021 1,925 3 6
Fulham 256,980 2,141 10 0
George, St., Hanover-square 905,812 7,548 S S
George, St., in the East 181,119 1,509 6 6
George, St., the Martyr, Southwark 167,669 1,397 4 10
Giles, St., in the Fields, and St. George, Bloomsbury 254,819 2,123 9 10
Greenwich 368,892 3,074 2 0
Hackney 510,407 4,253 7 10
Hampstead, St. John 204,772 1,706 8 8
Holborn 184,546 1,537 17 8
Islington, St. Mary 840,611 7,005 1 10
Kensington, St. Mary Abbots 713,459 5,945 9 10
Lambeth, St. Mary 761,028 6,341 18 0
Lewisham 292,149 2,434 11 6
London, City of 1,836,135 15,301 2 6
London, East 187,895 1,565 15 10
London, West 170,035 1,416 19 2
Luke, St., Middlesex 224,888 1,874 1 4
Margaret, St., and St. John, Westminster 461,932 3,849 8 8
Marylebone, St. 1,017,073 8,475 12 2
Mile End Old Town 240,418 2,003 9 8
Newington, St. Mary 232,472 1,937 5 4
Olave, St. 126,400 1,053 6 8
Paddington 729,838 6,081 19 8
Pancras, St. 1,049,417 8,745 2 10
Poplar 473,359 3,944 13 2
Rotherhithe, St. Mary 116,921 974 6 10
Saint Saviour’s 216,545 1,804 10 10
Shoreditch, St. Leonard 366,239 3,051 19 10
Stepney 246,756 2,056 6 0
Strand 461,013 3,841 15 6
Wandsworth and Clapham 601,521 5,012 13 6
Westminster 531,221 4,426 16 10
Whitechapel 267,071 2,225 11 10
Woolwich 256,357 2,136 6 2
The Charter House 1,948 16 4 8
Gray’s-inn 12,652 105 8 8
The Close of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter 1,456 12 2 8
Inner Temple 19,866 165 11 0
Middle Temple 13,000 108 6 8
Lincoln’s-inn 17,244 143 14 0
Totals £16,884,934 £140,707 15 8

Given under our hand and seal of office this 11th day December, 1868.

DEVON, President.
H. FLEMING, Secretary.


TO JOHN LAMBERT, ESQUIRE, RECEIVER OF THE METROPOLITAN COMMON POOR FUND.

We, the Poor-law Board acting under the Metropolitan Poor Act, 1867, do issue this our precept under our seal to you, and do hereby direct you to repay out of the Metropolitan Common Poor Fund to the guardians of the several under-mentioned unions and parishes in the metropolis, and to the masters of the bench, treasurer, governors, or other body or persons having the chief control or authority in the several other under-mentioned places in the schedule here-under written, being the amounts actually expended on account of such unions, parishes, and places respectively during the half-year ended at Lady-day, 1868, in respect of expenses which are to be repaid out of the said Common Poor Fund. The schedule referred to:—

Names of Unions, Parishes, and Places. Expenditure repayable out of Metropolitan Common Poor Fund to each Union, Parish, and Place.
Bermondsey, St. Mary Magdalen £2,074 3 2
Bethnal-green, St. Matthew 6,659 19 10
Camberwell, St. Giles 4,091 18 6
Chelsea, St. Luke 3,092 16 7
Clerkenwell, St. James 773 17 0
Fulham 1,484 14 2
George, St., Hanover-square 3,570 12 9
George, St., in the East 4,028 9 10
George, St., the Martyr, Southwark 2,417 1 3
Giles, St., in the Fields, and St. George, Bloomsbury 1,238 5 2
Greenwich 5,115 16 6
Hackney 2,652 1 6
Hampstead, St. John 912 12 1
Holborn 1,127 7 7
Islington, St. Mary 3,386 4 5
Kensington, St. Mary Abbots 2,235 11 10
Lambeth, St. Mary 7,574 2 9
Lewisham 1,516 10 7
London, City of 4,228 9 5
London, East 2,411 5 8
London, West 2,008 17 10
Luke, St., Middlesex 1,343 0 5
Margaret, St., and St. John, Westminster 2,056 4 7
Marylebone, St. 8,288 12 5
Mile End Old Town 3,000 2 4
Newington, St. Mary 3,767 5 0
Olave, St. 1,137 0 0
Paddington 1,616 4 1
Pancras, St. 8,449 7 11
Poplar 5,768 14 4
Rotherhithe, St. Mary 1,540 13 10
Saint Saviour 2,207 15 4
Shoreditch, St. Leonard 4,095 17 6
Stepney 5,778 6 2
Strand 2,929 10 11
Strand (St. Martin in the Fields) 1,909 3 8
Westminster 3,590 4 2
Wandsworth and Clapham 3,153 16 0
Whitechapel 6,823 19 10
Woolwich nil.
The Charter House nil.
Gray’s-inn nil.

The Close of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter

nil.
Inner Temple nil.
Middle Temple nil.
Lincoln’s-inn nil.
Total £130,056 17 11

Given under our hand and seal of office this 11th day of December, 1868.

DEVON, President.
H. FLEMING, Secretary.|

Inhalt:

  • Social cases. 1869