Parliamentary Papers Volume 113

Parliamentary Papers Volume 113

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...into Endowments subject to the Charitable Trusts Acts, and appropriated for the benefit of that county; with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for Inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837; and digests showing what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in each parish: Durham (and County Boroughs of Gateshead and Sunderland); 1904 (67, 76, 203, 338, 339) Lxviii., Lxix. BishoDwearmoulh. Monkwearmouth. Sunderland and County Borough of Sunderland. County Borough of Gateshead. Cbester-le-Stroet. Sherburn House (Extra-Parochial). Lancaster; 1904 (85, 86, 169, 228, 335, 336, 337, 352) Lxx. Blackburn (exclnding the County Borough of Blackburn). County Borough of Bolton. Bolton (exclnding the portions now in the County Borough of Bolton). Childwall (exclnding the parts comprised in the County Borough of Liverpool). Eccles (exclnding the County Borough of Salford). Kirkham. Manchester (exclnding the County Borough of Manchester). County Borough of Oldham. Prestwich.--Townships of Prestwich, Great Heaton, Little Heaton, Pilkington, Alkrington, and Tonge. Rochdale (exclnding the County Borough of Rochdale). Walton-on-the-Hill.--Townships of Fazakerlcy, Kirkby, Simonswood, and West Derby. London (Vols. VI.-VlI.); 1904 (79, 333, 334) Lxxi., Lxxti., Lxxiii. City Parochial Foundation and Charities connected therewith. Polytechnics. Quaker Charities. The Society for the Relief of Clergymen and the Widows and Children of Clergymen, commonly called the Clergy Widows' Fund. Whitechapel Art Gallery. Wilts; 1904 (43, 117, 214, 349) Lxxiii., Lxxiv. 1. All Cannings (inclnding Allington and Etchilhampton). Biddestone. Bishopstone (near Faringdon). Box (inclnding Ditteridge). Brokenborough. Broughton Gifford....show more

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  • Paperback | 96 pages
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236901800
  • 9781236901804