Sessional Papers, Volume 52

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1901 - Great Britain
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Page 25 - Kenner, the defendant in error, previous to her intermarriage with Charles Turner, by which the slaves in question were settled on the said Charles Turner and herself, during their lives, and the life of the longest liver of them, with remainder to the heirs of the said Rebecca, not having been proved and recorded within the time prescribed by law, it is contended by the plaintiff in error that...
Page 32 - ... of forfeiting the sum of five pounds, to be levied by distress and sale, by warrant of any two or more justices of the peace of the same county, who shall have examined into and found him guilty of such offence; which said sum shall be applied to and for the use of the poor of the said parish, by direction of the said justice or justices of the peace.
Page 14 - Also a scheme for authorizing the sale of certain sums of stock now standing in the name of the Accountant-General of the Court of Chancery, to the...
Page 202 - Act; and upon trust, to permit the said premises, and all buildings thereon erected or to be erected, to be for ever hereafter appropriated and used as and for a school for the education of children and adults, or children only, of the labouring, manufacturing, and other poorer classes in the parishj OI> aforesaid [and as a residence for the schoolmaster], and for no other purpose...
Page 94 - Tenure shall be settled and assured upon and for such Trusts, Intents, and purposes, and with, under, and subject to such Powers, Provisoes, and Declarations, as...
Page 26 - Confirmed and graunted, and by these p'sents, do Ratify, Confirme and graunt, unto Mr. Oloffe Stevens, his heires and Assignes, the above recited Lott of Ground and premisses, with all and Singular the Appurtenances : To have and to hold, the said Lott of Ground and premisses, unto the said Mr. Oloffe Stevens, his heires and Assignes, unto the proper use and behoofe, of the said Mr. Oloffe Stevens, his heires and Assignes for ever. Rendring and Paying, such Dutyes and...
Page 19 - Religions opinions, or attendance or non-attendance at any particular form of religious worship, shall not in any way affect the qualification of any person for being a Governor under this Scheme.

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