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" ... 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... "
The report of the Commissioners concerning charities; containing that part ... - Page 211
by Commissioners for inquiry into charities - 1826
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of ..., Volume 3

Great Britain. Court of Chancery, John Herman Merivale - Equity - 1819
...precincts thereof. That the number of the trustees should be continued to twelve or more, and that they, or the major part of them, should from time to time, upon any meeting to be appointed to consult upon matters in any respect relating to the said meeting-house,...
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Memorials of Barnstaple

Joseph Besly Gribble - 1830
...rents and profits of the said premises (subject to an annuity payable thereout to certain persons, for their lives) in the reparations of the said almshouses...resident and placed in the said almshouse, supply such vacancy, by placing in each room or dwelling two such poor and ancient decayed people as the major...
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A Practical Treatise of the Law of Mortmain, and Charitable Uses and Trusts ...

Leonard Shelford - Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations - 1836 - 1043 pages
...God," in general terms. The deed directed that there should be twelve or more trustees, and that they or the major part of them, should, from time to time, upon any meeting to be appointed upon matters in any respect relating to the said meeting-house, make such...
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Reports of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning charities ..., Volume 2

Commissioners for inquiry into charities - 1844
...James Earl of Anglesea, and other persons therein named, for the benefit of such four poor people as the said trustees, or the major part of them, should from time to time nominate and elect; and that when the feoffees should die, to the number of three, the survivors should-...
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History of the Free-schools, Colleges, Hospitals, and Asylums of Birmingham ...

George Griffith - Birmingham (England) - 1861 - 601 pages
...and disposed to and for the ends, intents, and purposes of that institution, in such manner as the trustees, or the major part of them, should from time to time think most fit and conducive to the benefit and advantage of the institution ; and upon further trust,...
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The Orphan-house of Wesley: With Notices of Early Methodism in Newcastle ...

William Wood Stamp - Methodism - 1863 - 299 pages
...premises should be kept up, and consist of one master and one mistress, and of forty poor children, as the trustees or the major part of them should from time to time appoint. " Complaints have been made to the Commissioners, that the trusts of the above-recited Deed,...
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The History of the Litigation and Legislation Respecting Presbyterian ...

Thomas Smith James - Charities laws and legislation - 1867 - 875 pages
...trustees should be appointed, and that the number should be continued at twelve or more; and that they or the major part of them should from time to time upon any meeting to be appointed to consult upon matters in any respect relating to the said meeting-house,...
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The Law of Charitable Bequests: With an Account of the Mortmain and ...

Amherst Daniel Tyssen - Charity laws and legislation - 1888 - 622 pages
...at such times and in such proportions, and either in money, provisions, physic, or clothes, as his trustees, or the major part of them, should from time to time think fit, for the better support and maintenance of such poor inhabitants." There were similar gifts...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 66, Part 3

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Bills, Legislative - 1897
...dying to be trustee of the said charity, to make up the number of 12 trustees, to continue for ever : And upon further trust that the said trustees, or the major part of them, should from time to time let the said premises to the best advantage, and see the same kept in good repair ; and for the better...
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Sessional Papers, Volume 62

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1900
...referred to as the said trustees, should stand possessed of the income of the said sum of 3,000/. upon trust that the said trustees or the major part of them should from time to time apply the said income in the first place in paying the expenses properly incurred by them in relation...
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