The Return Made by the Governors of the Bounty of Queen Anne, for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy,: Pursuant to an Order of the House of Lords of the 16th of April Last: Together with an Account of what Sums of Money Have Been Received by the Said Governors ... and Also an Account of what Livings are Capable of Being Augmented According to the Act Made in the Second and Third Year of the Said Late Majesty, ... and Also the Charter of the Said Corporation, and the Rules Appointed Under the Great Seal for the Better Rule and Government Thereof; and Likewise an Account of what Licences Have Been Granted by the Crown, and for what Values, Respectively, to Any Person Or Persons, Bodies Politick Or Corporate, Their Heirs and Successors, to Aliene in Mortmain, and to Purchase, Take, and Hold in Mortmain, in Perpetuity, Any Lands, Tenements, Or Hereditaments Since the Act of the Seventh of King William the Third, Intituled, An Act for the Encouragement of Charitable Gifts and Dispositions..

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John Baskett, printer to the KIng's most excellent Majesty., 1736 - Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations - 283 pages

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