The History and Antiquities of the Hundred of Bray, in the County of Berks

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author, 1861 - Bray (England) - 200 pages
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Page 65 - And whereas by an Act passed in the fifth year of the reign of Her present Majesty, intituled " An Act to afford further Facilities for the Conveyance and Endowment of Sites for Schools...
Page 185 - And this is law I will maintain Until my dying day, sir, That whatsoever king shall reign, I'll be the Vicar of Bray, sir.
Page 65 - And it is hereby declared that such school shall always be in union with and conducted according to the principles and in furtherance of the ends and designs of the National Society...
Page 186 - The illustrious house of Hanover, And Protestant succession, To these I do allegiance swear — While they can keep possession; For in my faith and loyalty I nevermore will falter, And George my lawful king shall be — Until the times do alter.
Page 185 - In good King Charles's golden days. When loyalty no harm meant, A zealous High-Churchman was I, And so I got preferment.
Page 66 - ... school and premises, and of the funds and endowments thereof, and the selection, appointment, and dismissal of the schoolmaster and schoolmistress and their assistants...
Page 66 - And it is hereby declared that the said School shall be at all times open to the inspection of the Inspector or Inspectors of Schools for the time being...
Page 185 - And swore to him allegiance; Old principles I did revoke, Set conscience at a distance; Passive obedience was a joke, A jest was non-resistance.
Page 20 - Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth, was first a Papist, then a Protestant, then a Papist, then a Protestant again. He had seen some martyrs burnt (two miles off) at Windsor, and found this fire too hot for his tender temper.
Page 66 - ... and the Committee of Management hereinafter mentioned, respecting the religious instruction of the scholars or any regulation connected therewith, the said minister or curate or any member of the said Committee of Management may cause a statement of the matter in difference to be laid before the Bishop of the diocese...

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