Parliamentary Papers, Volume 23

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1846 - Great Britain
 

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Page 36 - And I consent to the registration hereof in the books of council and session, or any other judges books competent; therein to remain for preservation; and thereto I constitute my procurators, &c.
Page 95 - The Condition of this Obligation is such, that if the above bounden Administrator of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of Deceased, do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said Deceased, which have or shall come to the Hands Possession or Knowledge of him the said or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for him, and the same so...
Page 47 - Chancery, or his depute or substitute ; and it shall not be necessary to have the seal appointed by the Treaty of Union to be kept and used in Scotland in place of the Great Seal thereof...
Page 103 - And we consent to the registration hereof in ' the books of Council and Session, or others competent, therein to ' remain for preservation ; and if needful, that letters of horning
Page 95 - WILLIAM, by Divine Providence Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of all England and Metropolitan, most earnestly commend to your brotherly love the Right Rev.
Page 109 - ... of and concerning the same, that is to say, upon trust, that they...
Page 95 - Will and the granting administration of all and singular the said goods chattels and credits and also the auditing allowing and final discharging the...
Page 83 - Hall, in the manner hereinafter provided, an exegesis in Latin on some controverted head in divinity, a homily in English, an exercise and addition, a...
Page 3 - Pounds towards defraying the Expense of making an Inland Navigation from the Eastern to the Western Sea, by Inverness and Fort William...
Page 18 - In the Six Years ending 5th April 1815, the Bounty on Herrings Cured Gutted was 2s. per Barrel, while there was a Bounty at the same time of 2*. 8d. per Barrel, payable by the Excise on the Exportation of Herrings, •whether Cured Gutted or Ungutted, but which ceased on the 1st of June 1815 ; in the Eleven Years ending 5th April 1826, the Bounty on Herrings Cured Gutted was 4s.

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