6th September 1860
1 Turn Wheel Lane, City. The Chairman Mr Alderman Wire having waited for half an hour and no member having made his appearance no business could be transacted.
12th September 1860
At a meeting of the Board held this day at Turn Wheel Lane, Mr Alderman Wire in the Chair. Present Mr Alderman Hale, Mr Parker. It was resolved that a Power of Attorney be at once bespoken and the requisite signatures obtained in order to sell stocks.
It was resolved that Messrs Coutts be requested to sell out £250 Consols.
Notice of Motion having been previously given by Mr Alderman Wire. It was resolved that the Drawing Room be used as a Board Room and office and the furniture at present on the ground floor be removed to it.
It was resolved that a notice be placed in the wards requesting the patients who are able to make themselves generally useful and thus save an extra nurse.
It was resolved that Rebecca Stockbridge 4 Albany St. Kings Cross, wife of a cab driver be admitted as an in door Patient on Dr Brown-Sequards recommendation.
Cheques dated the 6th Sept were voted and signed.
The next Board meeting was ordered to take place this day fortnight in the City at one o’clock
The Secretary was instructed to appeal against rates to the amount of £7.1.8 per qt. The diet scale and daily routine for patients were read and approved. Miss Gower was allowed a weeks leave of absence.
27th September 1860
At a meeting of the Board held this day at 1 Turn Wheel Lane, Mr Alderman Wire in the Chair. Present Messrs Wilkinson and Parker.
It was resolved that the Right Honourable Lady Berners be and is hereby elected as Patroness.
It was resolved that Letitia Stephens and Louisa Buckland recommended by Dr Ramskill be admitted as In door patients.
The House surgeon having asked for an invalid Chair for a female patient in the Sisters Ward. It was resolved that the secretary get a chair under the direction of Dr Ramskill the price of it not to exceed £3.
The Secretary reported that he had appealed against the taxes at the vestry and also at the Petty Sessions when it was decided that another appeal should be made at the Quarter sessions by a solicitor. Mr Parker very kindly undertook to conduct the case. The next meeting was ordered to take place this day fortnight in the City at twelve o’clock.