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HISTORY OF BINGHAM

Bingham National and Parochial Schools.
ANNUAL REPORT, 1868
The following appeared in the parish magazine for March 1869:

Committee
The Rev . R. Miles
Rev N. Keymer
Mr John Brown
Mr E. Hutchinson
Mr Pacey

Mr Orton
Mr Hall
Mr Oakes
Mr Brice
Mr F. Hemstock
Ladies Committee
Mrs Miles
Mrs Willesford
Master: Mr R. Lindsay
Sewing Mistress: Miss Jane Brown
Mrs Forster
Mrs Hall
Infant Mistress: Mrs Hoe
Monitor: Fred. Coy

In publishing the Annual Report of the Schools, the Committee have much pleasure in being able to give a very satisfactory account of progress. There has been a change of Masters during the year, which naturally unsettled the work for a time, but the School is now working well under Mr Lindsay, and the Report of the Government Inspector is on the whole very satisfactory.

There is still however a lamentable deficiency in the Funds; the Balance due to the Treasurer having considerably increased during the past year*. While thanking those who have contributed to the Fund of the School, the Committee would earnestly invite all who are favourable to education, to give these Schools their hearty support.
The time of Inspection having been changed from March to January, the Accounts now put before you, date from March to December 31st, 1868.


SUBSCRIPTIONS

Earl of Chesterfield
Rev R. Miles
Mr N. Keymer
Mr Jno Horsepoole
Mr Jno Brown
Mr E. Hutchinson
Mr Hall
Mr Beet
Mr T. Browne
Mr Doubleday
Mr Oakes
Mr Wesson
Mr B Skinner


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Brought forward
Mr Rayson
Mr E. Richmond
Mr Shimeld
Mr Supt. Fisher
Mr Green
Mr Wright
Mrs Welsh
Mr White
Mr F. Hemstock
Mr Horden
Mr Wickham
Mrs Gilman

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BALANCE SHEET

By Government Grant
Subscriptions
Sale of books
Other sources
Balance due


25
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19
9
175




£260

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Balance due to Treasurer
Master
Sewing Mistress
Pupil teachers
Monitor
Books, stationary etc
Gas, coal etc
Cleaning, Repairs etc
Grants to Master
140
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£ 260

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Since the Revised Code came into working, the average excess of Expenditure over Income for the last four years has been £50 per annum.

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