Correspondence on charities, 1878 - 1899
Scope and Contents
(1) Correspondence regarding the Blue Coat Charity, 1878-1899
Annual Reports, 1893-1898.
Letters between trustees, 1898-1899.
Draft of a scheme for the management of the Blue Coat School for Girls, 1899.
Letters between trustees, 1899.
Notices of meetings of the trustees, 1893-1899.
Annual statements of accounts, 1878-1880, 1884 and 1888-1892.
Papers concerning the floating of a company run by the Conservative Association of Greenwich titled the Greenwich Constitutional Club Company Limited, 1889.
Notices of the meetings of the trustees, 1890-1893.
(2) Correspondence regarding the Miller Hospital and Royal Kent Dispensary, 1881-1896
Notices of meetings, 1881.
Statement of accounts, 1889-1896.
Notice of a festival banquet, 1891.
Notice of a subscription ball, 1892.
Notices of meetings, 1893.
Ninth Annual Report of the Greenwich Provident Dispensary, 1894.
Statement of accounts, 1895-1896.
Unused patient's card for recording disease, treatment, etc.
(3) Correspondence regarding Boreman's Charity, 1878-1893
Notices of meetings, 1882 and 1885-1893.
General correspondence regarding Boreman's Charity, 1878-1884.
Paper outlining the agreement between the Admiralty and the Governors of Sir William Boreman's Charity, 1884.
General correspondence regarding the charity, 1887.
Copies of letters sent to the Admiralty regarding discipline in the Greenwich Hospital School, 1890.
Extract from 'The Times', 26 March 1892, concerning Greenwich Hospital Age Pensions.
Correspondence regarding the £30 exhibition awarded to Edney before he became a computer at the Royal Observatory, 1892.
Report on the Upper Nautical School of Greenwich Hospital, 1892.
Copy of the report of the examiner of the Upper Nautical Division of the Greenwich Hospital School .
Invitation to the prize-giving at the Royal Hospital School .
Plan of the seating arrangements for the prize-giving, 1893.
List of the prizes and their recipients, 1893.
Papers to and from the Charity Commission concerning the scheme for the administration of Boreman's School, 1878-1888.
Accounts of Sir William Boreman's Nautical School at Greenwich, 1882-1885.
Correspondence concerning an increase in the payment to the Greenwich Hospital School for each boy, 1889.
(4) Correspondence regarding other Greenwich charities, 1884-1894
General correspondence, 1884-1894.
Printed bye-laws of the West Kent Branch of the Teachers' Guild of Great Britain and Ireland, 1886.
Account sheet from the Greenwich Sunday Schools and Mission Rooms, 1887.
Account sheet of the Greenwich Saturday Evening Free Entertainments, 1888.
Report on the meeting of the Teachers' Guild of Great Britain and Ireland, 1888.
Testimonials to Samuel Simms, military agent of the National Temperance League, 1889.
Paper from the University Extension Society advertising a course of lectures on progress, 1889.
Statement of accounts and report from the West Greenwich Working Girl's Club, 1889.
Annual report of the Greenwich and Kidbrook Committee of the Charity Organisation Society, 1890.
Pamphlet requesting support from the ratepayers for the building of free public libraries in Greenwich, 1891.
Statement of accounts of the Greenwich Park Band Fund, 1890.
Twelfth annual report of the Boys' Orphanage, Montague House, Greenwich, 1891.
Notice of a bazaar run by the Greenwich Road Congregational Church in aid of the Sunday School Building Fund, c. 1891.
Notices of the annual general meeting of the donors and subscribers to the Clock and Watchmakers Asylum, 1892, with a list of subscribers and officers.
Statements of accounts and reports from the West Greenwich Working Girl's Club, 1892.
Paper from the University Extension Society advertising a course of lectures on American authors, 1893.
Statement of accounts of the Greenwich Park Band Fund, 1893.
Annual report from the Workshop for the Blind of Kent, 1893.
Statement of accounts and reports from the West Greenwich Working Girl's Club, 1893.
Annual report of the Greenwich and Kidbrook Committee of the Charity Organisation Society, 1894.
- 1878 - 1899
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