Kimball’s Account of the Charitable Funds of St Alphege GreenwichSKU: 9338
Kimball’s Account of the Charitable Funds of St Alphege Greenwich
Date of publication:
James & Josiah Neele
An Account of the Legacies, Gifts, Rents, Fees &c. appertaining to the Church and Poor of the Parish of St, Alphege Greenwich in the County of Kent, to which is added An Appendix, containing the Plan and Survey of the Royal Manor. The Grant of the Manor of Old Court, to Sir J. Morden, the Local Act for the Government of the Poor, &c. &c. By John Kimbell, one of the Governors,and Directors of the Poor of the Parish. Printed for the Benefit of the Poor Women in the Jubilee Alms Houses. London 1816.
Our copy of Kimball’s work bears the ownership inscription of F.G. Cox, 12 The Grove, Blackheath, to first page of text, dated 1893; Frederick George Cox was a member of the Greenwich vestry. The folding map is reduced from a 1690s survey by Surveyor General, Samuel Travers.
Condition & Materials
4to. pp. 292 + lithographed folding map with original hand colour in outline, with short tear, and 20 single-page black and white maps and plans all lithographed by brothers James and Josiah Neele, with a view of St. Alphege Church by R. H. Best lithographed by Josiah Neele alone. Publisher’s blue embossed cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine, neat repairs at head and foot of spine.