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Annual Accounts - 1892/93

SHELFANGER
SCHOOL BALANCE SHEET
JUNE 1st 1891 TO MAY 31st 1892
INCOME | EXPENDITURE
£ s d | £ s d
Balance in hand 13 12 | School mistress 61 6 10
Government Grant 31 6 0 | Assistant teacher 4 0 0
Fee Grant 10 15 0 | Books and Stationery 6 11 5
School Pence 2 10 10 | Coal and Cleaning 7 0 2
Parish Dole 0 16 0 | Repairs and Furnitur 3 19 10
VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS:- | Printing and Other Expenses 0 10 0
*Rev. C. O. Blakelock 15 0 0 | Balance in hand 8 13
Mr. Chapman 3 10 10 |
Mr. Elsey 1 14 |
Mr. Lanham 1 11 |
Mr. Edwards 1 10 |
Mr. Baker, Jun. 1 5 0 |
Duke of Norfolk 1 4 9 |
Mr. Shulver 1 2 9 |
Mr. Ellis 1 2 6 |
Mr. Saunders 0 17 |
Mr. Frogdell 0 15 0 |
Mr. Rolfe 0 10 |
Mr. Goodchild 0 10 0 |
Mr. Edwards (2) 0 9 0 |
Mr. Farrington 0 8 3 |
Mrs. Anness 0 7 6 |
Mr. Spurdens (1) 0 4 |
Mr. Spurdens (2) 0 4 |
Mrs. Scarf 0 3 8 |
Mr. Baker, Sen. 0 3 |
Mr. Porcher 0 2 9 |
Mr. Clarke 0 2 0 |
Mr. Layn 0 1 |
£ 92 1 | £ 92 1
*Rev. C. O. Blakelock also gives use of his Schoolroom, and of the Furnished Rooms for the School Mistress, Rent Free.
Mr. Baker, Jun., acting for Mr. Saunders, kindly collected the School Rate without charge.
E. CUPISS, PRINTER, DISS.
If you consider purchasing power, £1 in 1890 is worth approximately £131.41 today - the school mistress salary being £8,600 in todays values. (Bank of England Inflation Calculator)



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