Beverlac; Or, the Antiquities and History of the Town of Beverley, in the County of York, and of the Provostry and Collegiate Establishment of St. John's with a Minute Description of the Present Minster and the Church of St. Mary, and

Beverlac; Or, the Antiquities and History of the Town of Beverley, in the County of York, and of the Provostry and Collegiate Establishment of St. John's with a Minute Description of the Present Minster and the Church of St. Mary, and

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1829 edition. Excerpt: ...at present received to the use of the charity school amounts to 36. 18s. 2. A share of the dividends or interest of the sum of 1000 three per cent consols, bequeathed by the will of John Green, bishop of Lincoln, dated 17th August, 1778, to the mayor, and corporation, in trust, after payment of 10 a year to a student of St. John's college, Cambridge, to apply the residue of the dividends for the clothing, maintaining, and instructing of two boys, to be nominated by the mayor and corporation, in the above charity school, to be distinguished from other boys of the school by some small difference in their dress, and with a provision for the payment of 1 every year, out of the dividends, for a sermon, to be preached annually, upon the usefulness of such charitable foundations, by a clergyman, to be appointed by the mayor, and at such time as he should think fit. 3. 1300 three per cent consols, of which 100 stock was a legacy given by one John Bowman, and the remainder was purchased with other benefactions and donations, no particulars whereof are now known, except as to the sum of 50, which was given by Mrs. Ann Nelson, by her will, dated 20th July, 1799, to the trustees, for the better maintenance of the boys in the school. 4. 380. 14s. 6d. late navy five per cent annuities, which was purchased with a legacy of 400 to this charity, given by the will of Mr. William Wilson, in 1816. The whole of the above stock is standing in the names of the mayor, aldermen, and burgesses of Beverley. 5. An annual payment or rent-charge of 1. 10s. out of premises given to the mayor and corporation by Mrs. Ann Routh. The annual income arising from these several sources, including a further sum of 0 a...show more

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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236546709
  • 9781236546708