The report of the Commissioners concerning charities; containing that part which relates to Devon [With] Appendix and index, Volume 2

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Page 89 - And, after stating as therein was stated, the said petition prayed that it might be referred to one of the Masters of the said court to approve of...
Page 185 - ... the sides of, or which form or adjoin to any of the said streets, lanes, passages, and places, hereby directed to be paved, cleansed, lighted, or watched, for every yard, running measure, of the length of the several and respective places aforesaid, which are not rated or liable to be rated for and towards the relief of the poor of the said town and parish.
Page 34 - ... deserve, with the joint consent and approbation of the rector and church-wardens for the time being of the said parish of St. Edmund. I make, nominate, constitute, and appoint the said John Lush Alford sole executor of this my last will and testament.
Page 45 - ... produce thereof paid to the petitioner, regard being had to his intended marriage, and for the purpose of establishing him in business. Upon that petition coming on to be heard before the Master of the Rolls...
Page 11 - Whithread for a nominal consideration, granted, bargained, and sold to the said parties of the second part, and their heirs, a messuage, with the yards, gardens, barns, stables, and appurtenances, and certain' lands therein particularly mentioned, situate at Great Barford, in the county of Bedford, containing in the whole, 270A.
Page 263 - ... or intended to be unto the said parties of the second part and the survivor of them, and the heirs of such survivor, or their assigns, by their or his counsel, learned in the law, shall be reasonably devised, advised or required...
Page 43 - ... in the Court of Chancery by the Attorney General at the relation of the...
Page 43 - Lease, should be let with the Approbation of the Master ; and. in case any Fines were taken, they were to be applied, first, to Repairs ; reserving the Consideration as to the Residue ; with respect to which any of the Parties were to be at liberty to lay a Scheme before the Master ; and also as to the improved Income. By another Order, dated the 3d of May...
Page 80 - ... powndes, to be paide quarterly, and the usher twentie markes, to be paied in the like manner quarterly ; and my hope and desier and will is, that they hould themselves satisfied and contente with that recompense for their travell, without seeking or exacting any more either of parent or children, which, procureth favour to givers and the contrarie to such as do not or cannot give, for my meaning is, yt...
Page 3 - ... purchase should offer, all the interest of the said principal sum should be paid into the hands of the minister and churchwardens of the said parish for the time being...

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