A Concise Description of the Endowed Grammar Schools in England and Wales, Volume 2

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Baldwin, Craddock and Joy, 1818 - Endowed public schools (Great Britain)
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Page 374 - on the Fifth day of January, the Fifth day of April, the Fifth day of July, and the Tenth day of October, there shall be made out and printed an account of the whole of the receipts, arrears, debts, bills outstanding, and also of all the expenses, and of the surplus of the whole
Page 776 - that the Lands and Possessions might be the better preserved Her Majesty granted, that there should be Twelve " of the discreetest and honestest men, dwelling within the same Parish and Vicarage for the time being," to be called " The Governors of the Possessions, Revenues, and Goods of The Free Grammar School;
Page 410 - any statute, act, ordinance, provision, or restriction to the contrary thereof made, published, ordained, or provided, or any other thing, cause, or matter whatsoever, in any wise notwithstanding. In Testimony of which thing We have caused these Our
Page 274 - Lighten our darkness we beseech thee, O Lord, and by thy great Mercys defend us from all perils and dangers of this night, for the love of thy only Son our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen.
Page 410 - Governors, that they may and shall have these our Letters Patent under Our Great Seal of England in due manner made and sealed without Fine or Fee great or small, to Us in our Hanaper or elsewhere to our use, for the same in any manner
Page 913 - was situate in a remote and unmeet place for repair and resort of People, did, by his Letters Patent under the Great Seal of England, bearing date the 19th of January, in the Two and Thirtieth year of His Majesty's reign, erect and found a College in
Page 408 - present Governors of the possessions, revenues, and goods of the said Free School, newly erected, and their Successors for ever ; To be holden of Us, our Heirs, and Successors, as of our Manor of
Page 71 - or a Bishop present in his own person in the Scole desire it. All these Children shall every Childermas* daye come to Paulis Churche, and hear the Childe Bishop Sermon ; and after be at the Hygh Masse, and each of them offer a penny to the Childe Byshop, and with them the maisters and surveyors of the Scole
Page 452 - domum, resonemus! Chorus. Domum, domum, dulce domum ! Domum, domum, dulce domum ! Dulce, dulce, dulce domum ! Dulce domum, resonemus! Appropinquat ecce! felix Hora gaudiorum : Post grave tedium Advenit omnium Meta petita laborum. Domum, domum, &c. Musa, libros mitte, fessa, Mitte pensa dura, Mitte negotium Jam datur otium, Me mea mittito cura. Domum, domum, &c.
Page 274 - defend us from all perils and dangers of this night, for the love of thy only Son our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen.

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