Hand-book of mechanics' institutions, with priced catalogue of books suitable for libraries. (Yorkshire union of institutes).

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Page 83 - Arranged to meet the requirements of the Syllabus of the Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education, South Kensington.
Page 30 - ... all [description of the premises'], and all [my or our or the right, title, and interest of the ] to and in the same and every part thereof, to hold unto and to the use of the said and his or their [heirs, or executors, or administrators, or successors,] for the purposes of the said Act, and to be applied as a site for a school for poor persons of...
Page 10 - A Vulgar Mechanick can practice what he has been taught or seen done, but if he is in an error he knows not how to find it out and correct it, and if you put him out of his road, he is at a stand; Whereas he that is able to reason nimbly and judiciously about figure, force and motion, is never at rest till he gets over every rub.
Page 30 - I [or we, or the corporate title of a corporation], under the authority of an act passed in the year of the reign of her Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled ' An Act for affording further Facilities for the Conveyance and Endowment of Sites for Schools...
Page 30 - An Act to afford further Facilities for the Conveyance and Endowment of Sites for Schools. [21s* June, 1841.] 2. AND be it enacted, that any Person being seised in fee simple, fee tail, or for life, of and in any Manor or Lands of Freehold, Copyhold, or Customary Tenure, and having the beneficial interest therein...
Page 77 - Such members and students are commonly mechanics, artisans, labourers, clerks, tradesmen, and farmers, not in a large way of business, apprentices, sons and daughters of tradesmen and farmers, assistants in shops, and others, of various occupations, who are not graduates, undergraduates, or students of a University, nor following nor intending to follow a learned profession, nor enjoying nor having enjoyed a liberal education.
Page 85 - The standard of attainment required being low, and only such as will justify the Examiner in reporting that the instruction has been sound, and that the students have benefited by it. 2. From among those who have passed...
Page 30 - Scotland being the proprietor in fee simple or under entail, and in possession for the time being, may grant, convey, or enfranchise by way of gift, sale, or exchange, in fee simple or for a term of years, any quantity not exceeding one acre of such land, as a site for a school...
Page 34 - Institution shall not be incorporated, the Money, Securities for Money, Goods, Chattels, and Personal Effects belonging to the said Institution, and not vested in Trustees, shall be deemed to be vested for the Time being in the governing Body of such Institution, and in all Proceedings, civil and criminal, may be described as the Monies, Securities, Goods, Chattels, and Effects of the governing Body of such Institution by their proper Title.
Page 31 - Seals, this Day of Signed, sealed, and delivered by the said in the Presence of of And no Bargain and Sale or Livery of Seisin shall be requisite in any Conveyance intended to take effect under the Provisions of this Act, nor more than One Witness to the Execution by each Party...

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