The report of the Commissioners concerning charities; containing that part which relates to Devon [With] Appendix and index

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1826
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Page 112 - ... sealed and delivered in the presence of and to be attested by two or more credible witnesses...
Page 226 - ... and the survivor of them, and the executors and administrators of such survivor...
Page 213 - ... upon matters in any respect relating to the said meeting-house, make such orders therein as they should think convenient ; such orders to be binding on all parties concerned. That due notice should be given of all such meetings, and a book kept for such orders...
Page 88 - ... born or for the most part before the age of six brought up in the town or parish of Tiverton; and that if the number should not be filled up, the want should be supplied by the children of foreigners, to be admitted with the assent and allowance of such ten householders of Tiverton, as for the time being should be most in the subsidy books of the Queen and her successors ; and that they should choose the children of foreigners, without regarding the rich more than the poor. And the Schoolmaster...
Page 31 - Post (in his Actual Possession now being by Virtue of a Bargain and Sale to him thereof made by the said George Welsh for one whole year by Indenture bearing date the day next Before the day of the date of these Presents and by force of the Statute for Transferring uses into Possession...
Page 319 - Government funds, or elsewhere, standing in the name of the Accountant General of...
Page 340 - AF should pay or cause to be paid to the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the said parish for the time being, or...
Page 88 - School, and born in the same town, if any be fit, and in default of such, then open to the parishes nearest adjacent that should be fit, and there taught, according to such agreements and compositions as the said feoffees should make with the Master and Fellows of either of the said Colleges. And upon the contingency of his son John succeeding by the death of his brother Robert, to a certain estate in his will mentioned, he gave 1001.
Page 183 - Middlesex, as they, the said trustees, by the advice and assistance of the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the said parish for the time being, should think fit, and by such proportions as they should also think fit, the yearly sum of 15/.
Page 195 - Hyde without costs; and as to the other parties it was ordered that it should be referred to one of the Masters of the Court to inquire...

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