History of the Foundations in Manchester of Chirst's College, Chetham's Hospital, and the Free Grammar School, Volumen3

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T. Agnew and J. Zanetti, 1848
 

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Página 218 - Restriction heretofore had, made, enacted, ordained, or provided, or any other Matter, Cause, or Thing whatsoever, to the contrary thereof, in any wise notwithstanding. In Witness whereof, We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patents.
Página 63 - Esquires, and their Successors, were constituted a Body Corporate, by the name and style of " THE TRUSTEES of the ESTATES devised by WILLIAM HULME, Esq.," with perpetual succession ; may plead and be impleaded, and have a Common Seal, on which shall be engraven the Coat of Arms borne by WILLIAM J!ULME, and round it shall be inscribed
Página 218 - Although express Mention of the true yearly Value or Certainty of the Premises, or any of them, or of any other Gifts or Grants, by Us or any of our Progenitors or Predecessors, to the aforesaid Sir Thomas Gates . . . [and others] . . ., or any of them, heretofore made, in these Presents, is not made; Or any Statute, Act, Ordinance...
Página 189 - ... and for default of such issue, then to the use and behoof of the second, third, fourth and fifth, and all and every other sons of my said grandson...
Página 109 - And it •was provided that when the trustees should be reduced to three...
Página 66 - Scholars that shall afterwards be admitted, shall each at his first admission be allowed a new Gown and Cap, — and the same at the beginning of the third and fifth years, — the charge whereof is not to be deducted out of their allowance of 5s. per week apiece, in regard there is upon the computation of the yearly value of the premises, an allowance of £5. per annum made by the said Duchess for buying the said Caps and Gowns, over and above the said 5s. apiece.
Página 198 - ... to be preferred and to take before the younger of such sons, and the heirs of his...
Página 62 - Estate, such allowance, stipend, or yearly sum, as the Trustees shall think meet and reasonable ; never to exceed the sum of Two HUNDRED and TWENTY POUNDS in any one year ; and that the same shall not be paid to any of such Exhibitioners, who shall not regularly reside in the said College from the beginning of Michaelmas Term to the end of Act Term in every year, unless such Exhibitioner shall have obtained such permission as is hereinafter mentioned from the Trustees of the said estates, dispensing...
Página 216 - ... thereof ; and that the same governors, by the name of the Governors of the possessions revenues and goods of the hospitals of Edward the Sixth King of England, of Christ, Bridewell, and Saint Thomas the Apostle, may plead and be impleaded, defend and be defended, answer and be answered...
Página 189 - JZ the son, and to the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten and to be begotten, and for default of such issue...

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