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Gas Filler & Repair Invoice

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/32/1
  • Part
  • 21st September 1829 - 27th December 1832
  • Part of College Archives

Invoice addressed to the Reverend Master & Fellows of Jesus College, to Thomas Prince, gas filler, noting work done from 21st September 1829 until 27th December 1832.

Includes repairing gas pipes, grinding up the cocks, repairing the gas lights in Cloister Court, thawing the condensation loose in gas pipe in courts, repairing a broken join next to main cock in porter's lodge, taking water out of lamp in New Court, searching for an escape of gas and repairing, and two men opening ground for lamp in New Court to find out the place where the water is in pipe, cutting pipe in two, letting water and connecting pipe again. Total of £6 16s.

Prince, Thomas

Reverse of Gas Filler & Repair Invoice

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/32/2
  • Part
  • 21st September 1829 - 27th December 1832
  • Part of College Archives

Invoice addressed to the Reverend Master & Fellows of Jesus College, to Thomas Prince, gas filler, noting work done from 21st September 1829 until 27th December 1832.

Includes repairing gas pipes, grinding up the cocks, repairing the gas lights in Cloister Court, thawing the condensation loose in gas pipe in courts, repairing a broken join next to main cock in porter's lodge, taking water out of lamp in New Court, searching for an escape of gas and repairing, and two men opening ground for lamp in New Court to find out the place where the water is in pipe, cutting pipe in two, letting water and connecting pipe again. Total of £6 16s.

Prince, Thomas

Bill for Ironwork (Pg 2)

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/60/2
  • Part
  • 21st November 1832 - 18th June 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Second page of bill for ironwork from Jesus College to Shallow and Coleman. Continued Courts ironwork, including cutting 2 steps out of stone lead fixing, screw bolt and fixing the (?) gate, cutting bars out of windows, new ends of bars for windows etc. Total of £6 11s 3d.

Combination Room ironwork from April 13th until 7th Ocotober 1833 includes cleaned and repairing lamp and jagged cotton(?) holders, new bench for the stove, cleaned bar to the stove, bleached stove, cleaned irons and sender(?). Total of 11s.

Hall ironwork on 21st November 1832 and 13th April 1833, cleaned stove and cleaned lamp. Total of 4s.

Clock ironwork on 2nd February 1833, mended spindle to minute hand, mended wire to sticking(?), one year winding. Total of £4 19s 6d (winding is £4 19s 6d).

Shallow and Coleman

Painting Bill (Pg 1)

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/61/1
  • Part
  • 7th November 1832 - 19th August 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Painting bill from Jesus College to John Goode & Son dated November 7th 1832 to August 19th 1833. Work on the Porter's Lodge includes varnishing tables, rubbing down of rooms, light sashes and frames painted, staircase painted, walls painted. Total of £10 4s 3d.

John Goode & Son

Reverse of Glazing & Plumbing Bill

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/62/2
  • Part
  • 5th November 1832 - 22nd October 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Reverse of glazing and printing bill, continued courts and rooms work on 21 September and 10 Ocotber 1833 - including pounds of solder to the leads, installation of crown glass to staircase lamps.

Work on the Master's Lodge between 5 November 1832 and 22 October 1833 - Incldes installation of crown glass in the pantry, the hall, doors and windows, repairing water closet, new bucket & leathers to water closet pump, sheet lead for sink, crown glass, new bucket box and leathers to pump, repairing the pump. Total of £4 5s.

Total of the bill (chapel, hall & comination rooms, kitch, courts, Master's lodge) is £15 8s 2d.

Robert Ellis and Son

Porter's Bill

William Harvey's porter's bill for Christmas 1832. Includes looking after the lamps, the courts, the cloisters and audit. Total of £5 6s 4d. Signed by William Harvey.

Harvey, William

Bill for Carpentry Work at Hundon

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/78/1
  • Part
  • 25th February 1832 - 27th August 1832
  • Part of College Archives

Bill to the Rev Master & Fellows of Jesus College Cambride for work done at Hundon Rectory by the order of Mr R. Cuthbert, to Thomas Knock, carpenter, for work done on 25th February, 8th March, 17th July, 24th July, 27th August 1832. Includes repairing boarding to barn and stable door, repairing and rehanging gates, stripping and taking down old rafters, putting up new rafters, repairing gates in the yard and repairing barn floor. Total of £3 19s 9d.

Knock, Thomas

Courts Work Bill

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/57/1
  • Part
  • 17th November 1832 - 7th September 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Invoice from the Master and Fellows of Jesus College to J. Webster for work done in the courts, dated 17 November 1832 to 7 September 1833. Includes a new side for a wheelbarrow, putting in fence next to the Common, making of a rafter for the lodge house, repairing the door, wall hooks to butterings in the cloisters. Total of £2 19s 10 1/2 d.

Webster, J.

Bill for Ironwork (Pg 3)

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/60/3
  • Part
  • 29th October 1832 - 2nd October 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Third page of bill for ironwork in Jesus College to Shallow and Coleman.

Kitchen ironwork from 29th Ocotober 1832 to 2nd Ocotber 1833, includes 2 bars for the stove, mending and sharpening the beef hook, foot of salamander, straightening the bar to the range, oiling (?), new centre to worn spindle, mending dripping pan, plate under oven, mend latch on the repaired oven. In additional hand noted "deduct for Salamander", signed M. Willis. Total of £6 8s 2d.

Overall calcuations for all ironwork around the college comes to £19 4s 5d.

Shallow and Coleman

Plumbing & Glazing Bill

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/62/1
  • Part
  • 25th November 1832 - 26th September 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Plumbing and Glazing bill from Jesus College to Robert Ellis and Son.

Chapel work on 19th April and 12th June 1833 - includes milled lead to east window, 1 1/2 day work, 3 sq crown glass, 10 small sq at 2 1/2. Total of £1 7s 11d.

The Hall and Combination work on 23 February, 4 April, 7 June, 26 September 1833 - includes cleaning windows of combination room, 3 ft of glass repaired, cleaning windows in the hall, 2 sq crown glass. Total of £1 8s 6d.

Kitchen work on 5 & 26 September 1833 - includes 2 sq of crown glass and cleaning the windows. Total of 9s.

The Courts and Rooms work from 25 November 1832 to 4 September 1833 - includes installation of crown glass on staircases and lamps, solder and work repairing pipes, installation of common glass in the stables, crown glass in the porter's lodge, repairing stable yard pump, installation of glass new leaded at the Rev Mr Graham's rooms. Total (carried over) £3 13s 3d.

Robert Ellis and Son

Reverse of Porter's Bill

Reverse of William Harvey's porter's bill for Christmas 1832. Rough claculations coming to £21 13s 10d. Possibly calcuations for porter's bills for the year.

Harvey, William

Court Work Bill (Pg 1)

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/56/1
  • Part
  • 8th December 1832 - 12th Ocotober 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Bill from Master and Fellows of Jesus College to John Turner & Son for work done to Courts, obverse of first page from dates Dec 8 1832 to Oct 12 1833. Includes repaving, glazing, bricklaying, repairing plastering, whitewashing, emptying bault to servant's out offices, whitewashing and colouring 4 staircases & entrance to the porter's lodge. Total of £12 19s 5 1/2d.

John Turner & Son

Painting Bill (Pg 3)

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/61/3
  • Part
  • 7th November 1832 - 19th August 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Continued painting bill for College staircases, including painting the staircase by the Porter's Lodge, painting of light sashes, window seat grained and varnished, H Staircase in clositers installation of skirting, H staircase 2 over white 49ft skirting 2 over Chocolate at 1 1/2d. Total of £4 2s 1 1/2d.

Courts work includes estimate fror scraping, clearing and puttying and painting 2 over the whole of the sashes frames bans(?) casemets and comices(?) in Cloister Court, great encrance gates to the Lodge Garden scraped, cleared, puttyed and painted 2 over best N. Green both sides 23 yards at 9d. Total of £8 7d carried over.

John Goode & Son

Bill for Rustat Fruit

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/67/2
  • Part
  • 17th December 1832 - 2nd July 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Bill from Jesus College to William Wiseman, for dates December 17th 1832, April 11th 1833 and July 2nd 1833 for Audit day, Rustat Fruit, and Midsummer. Total of £7 13s.

Letter concerning the disposal of the next presentation to Hundon

Letter from E. Lockwood to Rev Dr French, dated 26th July 1832. Notes that Mr Perry of Great James Street has informed him through his son, a member of Jesus College, that the next Presentation to Hundon is to be disposed of. He state that he should be inclined to purchase it and inquires to the offering price. Lockwood states that he is acquainted with the place and its uncommonly great disadvantages and he should not be disposed to give the full value at which the living might be estimated as an annuity. Signed E. Lockwood.

Postscript notes that by the advice of Mr Perry Lockwood went to Jesus College on Saturday last where he had the mortification to learn that French was in Cromer.

Lockwood, Edward

Courts, Kitchen, Buttery and Stables Work Bill (Pg 2)

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/56/2
  • Part
  • 6th December 1832 - 26th Ocotober 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Brought over from previous page on courts work, dated October 26th 1833, for paving and bricklaying. Total court work is £13 14s 1 1/2d.

Next section is on work done to kitchens from December 6th 1832 to September 14th 1833. Includes cleaning, repairing the furnace, bricklaying, repairing copper stoves and repairing plasterning and whitewashing. Total kitchen work £4 15s 1/2d.

Next section is on work done to buttery from June 29th 1833 to September 31st 1833. Includes repairing and plastering wine bring(?), bricklaying, limewashing cellar and fixing stove and whitewashing. Total buttery work £1 11s 3d.

Next section is on stables work on July 12th 1833. Includes repairing, paiting and plastering. Total 11s 9d.

John Turner & Son

Reverse of Courts Work Bill

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/57/2
  • Part
  • 17th November 1832 - 7th September 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Reverse of bill for work done to the college courts from the Master and Fellows of Jesus College to J. Webster. Includes repairing a fence, mending a gate. Total of £4 8s 5d (including the obverse). Received the amount for the bill, december 7th 1833, signed J. Webster.

Webster, J.

Bill for Ironwork (Pg 1)

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/60/1
  • Part
  • 31st October 1832 - 12th June 1833
  • Part of College Archives

First page of bill from Jesus College to Shallow and Coleman for ironwork from 31st Ocotober 1832 to 13th June 1833.

Ironwork done to the Master's Lodge includes a "good" padlock, putting 2 staples to cellar door, and laye(?) lock to outer door. Total of 10s 6d.

Ironwork done to Courts includes bar to window (?) Master's garden, lead fixings, mending barrows, purchase of screws, lock fixed on stable gate, mending of ladder, fixed gate of Close, 6 men for putting up the front gate, new eye to the top hinge of the front gate, as well as more modifications to the front gate. Total of £3 18s 8d.

Shallow and Coleman

Painting Bill (Pg 4)

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/61/4
  • Part
  • 7th November 1832 - 19th August 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Contined painting work on courts, including great iron gates in entrance to college, scraped, cleared and painted over lead colour 31 yards at 6d, 2 lamps in great court, 9 sash squares in each & posts 2 & 3 times best Green, 20 bars and 10 (?) to windows looking into Lodge garden 2 over white. Total of £9 4s 7d.

Sundries, including pensioners privy cleared, scraped, painted and (?) 2 over green inside & out 35 yards at 9d, pack(?) case in lodge garden painted three times, stove 6 yards at 10 1/2d, chimney piece in porter's lodge. Total of £1 13s.

Total of painting bill (lodge, staircase, courts and sundries) is £37 5s 3d.

John Goode & Son

Painting Bill (Pg 2)

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/61/2
  • Part
  • 7th November 1832 - 19th August 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Continuation of painting bill in Lodge, including painting the bannister, new moulding round parlour door, passage to garden ceiling whitened, doors repaired and varnished, new woodwork in lobby, scraping and painting front door. Garden door & ease 2 over best erby Green 3 yardds at 9d. Total (carried over) £22 5s 6 1/2d.

John Goode & Son

Rustat Widows

Certification that Elizabeth Collett, widow of the late Peter Collett, rector of Denton in the County of Sussex, the orthodox clergyman of the Church of England is now living in Bromley College in the county of Kent of good life and conversation. Signed Thomas Scott, chaplain of Bromley College, 25th March 1833.

This is to certify that Ann Holgate, widow of the late Revd George Holgate, Rector of Stowting in the County of Kent, a vicar of Theydon Bois in the County of Essex, an orthodox clergymen of the Church of England, is still widow of good life and conversation. Signed Thomas Scott, chaplain of Bromlet College, Kent, March 25th 1833.

Scott, Thomas

Reverse of Bill for College Work on Master's Lodge

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/59/2
  • Part
  • 24th August 1833 - 14th September 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Reverse of the bill from the Masters and Fellows of Jesus College to J. Webster for work done in the Master's Lodge, dated from August 24th to September 14th 1833. Includes purchase of nails and the making and hanging of a new door, as well as installing a new lock. Carried on from obverse calculations, total of £13 3s.

Webster, J.

Bill for College Work on Master's Lodge

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/59/1
  • Part
  • 24th August 1833 - 14th September 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Bill from the Master and Fellows of Jesus College to J. Webster for work done in the Master's Lodge from August 24th to September 14th 1833. Includes putting up of stud work door jambs(?), skirting, work altering staircases. Total of £11 8s 7d.

Webster, J.

Carpenter's Bill

Invoice from the Rev Master & Fellows of Jesus College to T. Chapman for work done around the college from 20th November 1833, includes repairing porter's ladder, a nife(?) board for the porter's lodge, a new panel to the pupils'(?) out office foor. Total of 6s 6d. On 7th December received of Dr French, signed by John Winter.

Chapman, Thomas

Carpenter's Bill

Invoice from the Rev Master & Fellows of Jesus College to T. Chapman, lodge account, for work done around the college from January 10 to July 18 1833. Includes new sash light and fusing(?) in the butler's pantry, wainscotting in the entrance hall, new pair of shutters, repairing window seat, 2 new latches and doors in the farden, 2 new sells to doors in laundr, new floor in butler's pantry, easing front gates, mending windows in butler's pantry. Total of £2 17s 9d. December 7th, received of Dr French from John Winter.

Chapman, Thomas

Receipt for Rustat Fruit

Received of Dr French, bursar, the sum of £7 13s for the amount of bill against Jesus College. Dated 11th October 1833 and signed by William Wiseman.

Wiseman, William

Receipt for Carpentry for Hundon Rectory

Received February 4th 1833 of the Master and Fellows of Jesus College, the sum of £3 19s 6d in discharge of the annexed and for repairs at Hundon. Signed Thomas Knock.

Knock, Thomas

Rustat Widows

Certificates of Rustat Widows.

Certifying that Susanna Basely of Bromley, in the county of Kent, widow of the late Revd. Henry Basely, curate of Kibworth Beauchamp, in the county of Leicester, an orthodox clergyman of the Church of England, is still living, a widow of good life and conversation. Signed Thomas Scott, chaplain of Bromley College, Kent, March 25th 1833.

Certifying that Grace Murgatroyd of Bromley College in the county of Kent, widow of late Revd. William Murgatroyd, vicar of West Thurrock in Essex, an orthodox clergyman of the Church of England, is still living a widow of good life and conversation. Signed Thomas Scott, chaplain of Bromlet College, Kent, March 25th 1833.

Scott, Thomas

Life Insurance Receipt

Norwich Fire Union Life Insurance receipt, no. 126063, dated 2nd March 1833. Received of Jesus College the sum of 18s, being the amount of premium for insuring £600 from the 25th day of December 1832 to the 25th day of Decembber 1833 and also 18s being the amount of the duty (at the rate of 3s per cent.) imposed by Act of Parliament.

Premium, 18s
Duty, 18s.
Total of £1 16s. Signed Smith & Son, agent.

Norwich Union Fire Office

Fellows Rents

Fellows' Rents[?] 1. £8 4s 1d, 2. £5 3s 4d, 3. £8 11s 8d, 4. £22 1d. Total of £43 19s 2d.

Fellows' Debts[?] 1. £18 15s 10d, 2. £16 10s 9d, 3. £16 13s 8d, 4. £19 19s 7d. Total of £71 19s 10d.

Coals Fellows 1. £18 15s, 2. £23 5d, 3. £11 2s 11d. Total of £52 18s 4d.

Invoice for College Work

Invoice from John Crabb to Rev Dr French for work done around the college dated 24 January 1829. For 34 bags of (?) for the pensioners and 2 loads of bushes for the use of the college. Total of £2 5s.

Noted as settled on March 23 1833 by John Crabb.

Crabb, John

Receipt for College Work

Receipt dated 23 March 1833, received of the Rev Dr French the sum of £2 5s. Signed John Crabb.

Crabb, John

Fence Repair Bill

Bill from the Revd the bursar to Joseph Langram, dated April 29th 1833. For 2 days work to removing and repairing fence and pitching rope for gence. Total of £5 6s. Setteld by Joseph Langram on May 1st 1833. Also noted ditch on (?) agent £2 6s. Signed by Joseph Langram with his mark.

Langram, Joseph

Receipt for College Work

Receipt dated December 7th 1833, received of the Rev Dr French the sum of £29 12s 5d for work done at Jesus College. Signed John Turner and Son.

John Turner & Son

Receipt for Ironwork

Received 7th December 1833 of the Revd Dr French £19 4s 5d for ironwork as per bill. Signed Thomas Shallow.

Shallow and Coleman

Invitation Response

Invitation response from Pembroke Lodge stating that Dr & Mrs Ainslie will have great pleasure in dining with the Master of Jesus College and Mrs French on Tuesday the 12th of November. Dated November 7th.

At the bottom of the response two rough calculations, not specified.

Ainslie, Gilbert

Reverse of Life Insurance Receipt

Reverse of a Norwich Union Life Insurance receipt. Printed, notes patrons (the Duke of Beaufort, the Earl of Argyle, the Early of Rosebery), notes secretary Samuel Bignold, Esq.

The Association for Life Insurance is founded upon the principle of mutual guarantee - the whole surplus capil, being dividied amongst the representatives of the Members, by additions made to the amount secured by their Policies - Bonusses of £20, £24 and £25 per cent on the Premium paid have been declared upon all Policies issued prior to July 1815 and bonusses of £24 and £25 per cent on Policies issued between July 1815 and July 1822 and July 1829. The Premnums, under 45, are nearly 10 per cent, below most other Offices. - As an instance of the great utility of Life Insurance, it may be remarked, that a person in his 28th year, may, by an annual payment of 2l. 6s. 8d. insure £100 payable to his executors at his decease; or for 23l 6s. 8d. may insure £1000, and thus, at a moderate yearly expense, preserve his family from distress. The rapid progress of this Society is evidenced by the amount of its Preminums, which, at the undermentioned periods, stood as follows: -

Year ending March, 1824 .... £117, 465 5s 11d
Year ending March, 1827.... £137, 304 4s 1d
Year ending March, 1830.... £155, 273 19s 3d

In the last 12 months, upwards of 800 Policies were issued, and the sum insured thereon amounted to about 6000,000l.
The Fire Society and the Life Society are wholly distinct Establishments. Surrey-street, Norwich, March, 1830.

Also a table exhibiting the yearly premium which a person must pay during the whole of his life, to insure 100l. to his family or nominee, independent of the additions which may be made to that sum of the savings of the Office. [Table included].

Written "Hundon Jesus 3. 1 -"

Smith & Son

Reverse of Life Insurance Receipt

Reverse of a Norwich Union Life Insurance receipt. Printed, notes patrons (the Duke of Beaufort, the Earl of Argyle, the Early of Rosebery), notes secretary Samuel Bignold, Esq.

The Association for Life Insurance is founded upon the principle of mutual guarantee - the whole surplus capil, being dividied amongst the representatives of the Members, by additions made to the amount secured by their Policies - Bonusses of £20, £24 and £25 per cent on the Premium paid have been declared upon all Policies issued prior to July 1815 and bonusses of £24 and £25 per cent on Policies issued between July 1815 and July 1822 and July 1829. The Premnums, under 45, are nearly 10 per cent, below most other Offices. - As an instance of the great utility of Life Insurance, it may be remarked, that a person in his 28th year, may, by an annual payment of 2l. 6s. 8d. insure £100 payable to his executors at his decease; or for 23l 6s. 8d. may insure £1000, and thus, at a moderate yearly expense, preserve his family from distress. The rapid progress of this Society is evidenced by the amount of its Preminums, which, at the undermentioned periods, stood as follows: -

Year ending March, 1824 .... £117, 465 5s 11d
Year ending March, 1827.... £137, 304 4s 1d
Year ending March, 1830.... £155, 273 19s 3d

In the last 12 months, upwards of 800 Policies were issued, and the sum insured thereon amounted to about 6000,000l.
The Fire Society and the Life Society are wholly distinct Establishments. Surrey-street, Norwich, March, 1830.

Also a table exhibiting the yearly premium which a person must pay during the whole of his life, to insure 100l. to his family or nominee, independent of the additions which may be made to that sum of the savings of the Office. [Table included].

On the rightt hand column, written "Valley Jesus 1.16"

Norwich Union Fire Office

Letter Regarding Committe of the Great Shelford Properties Meeting

Letter from Pemberton & Hayward to Rev Dr French, Cambridge, 22nd November 1833. Notes that a meeting of the Committee of the Great Shelford Properties will take place at the Eagle Inn at Cambridge on Saturday the 7th December next at 11 o'clock in the morning. Signed Pemberton & Hayward.

"Circular" noted at top of the letter.
Quarters Coals[?] - 1. £10 4s 5d, 2. £6 4s 1d, 3. £11 5s 8d, 4. £1 5s 5d. Total of £28 19s 7d.

Pemberton and Hayward

Gas Rental Receipt

For work from September 29 1832 to 25 March 1833 in Cambridge, dated March 30 1833. Received of the Revd Master & Fellows of Jesus College the sum of £15 as by the bill amount for the Cambridge Cas Company. Signed Thomas Frend Curtis.

Curtis, Thomas Frend

Lodge Account (Pg 3)

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/56/3
  • Part
  • 16th January 1833 - July 13th 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Lodge accounts from January 15th 1833 to July 13th 1833, inlcudes fireing the chimney pot, bricklaying, emptying cesspools, raising chimney and plastering the bottom, whitewashing the kitchn and pantry, new furnace to oven, finishing plastering on staircase, running beeds(?)/ Total of £8 12s 9d.

Also noted July 13th falling trees & clearing away, part of them about 20 in number. Total of 7s.

John Turner & Son

Totals of College Work (Pg 4)

Totals of lodge work, kitchen work, buttery work, courts work, stables work, felling trees, Manor(?) street. Total of £29 12s 5d.

John Turner & Son

Bill for College Work on Laundry

  • JCCA/JCAD/2/2/9/1833/58/1
  • Part
  • 24th August 1833 - 5th October 1833
  • Part of College Archives

Bill from the Master and Fellows of Jesus College to J. Webster, for work done to staircases and laundry, dated from August 24th 1833 to October 5th 1833. Includes skirting the staircases and laundry, putting up angle beads, mending the floor, purchase of nails, new handrail, repair of window frame. Total of £13 5s 9d.

Webster, J.

Receipt for College Work on Master's Lodge

Received 7th day of December 1833 of the Masters and Fellows of Jesus College the sum of £13 3s as per the amount of bill annexed. Signed J. Webster.

Webster, J.

Plumbing & Glazing Receipt

Received of the Revd Dr French on 7 December 1833 the sum of £15 8s 2d as per college bill for plumbing and glazing work. Signed Robert Ellis.

Ellis, Robert

Bursar's Expenses

Calculations for Bursar's expenses for dates between 13 October 1832 and 28 May 1833. Horse to Willingham, Shelford, Willingham, London and Willingham, total of £6 2s 10d.

Also inclues labour payments for loan(?) on Curry(?) farm and labour. Total of £3 11s 3d. Settled by agent (?) November.

French, Rev. Dr William (c.1786-1849), Master of Jesus College

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