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Report from the Select Committee of the House of Commons Appointed to ... - Page 589
by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on the Education of the Lower Orders - 1816 - 610 pages
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A History of the Royal Foundation of Christ's Hospital: With an Acount of ...

William Trollope - London (England) - 1834 - 358 pages
...of every part thereof; and also the rents and yearly profits whatsoever reserved upon any demises or grants whatsoever of the premises, or of any part...hospital, or any other or others heretofore having possession, or being seised of the premises, or any part thereof, had, held, enjoyed the same, or any...
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Parliamentary Papers

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1834
...known, accepted, used or reputed; and also all woods, &c., and the reversion, &c., and the rents, &c., as fully, freely and entirely, and in as ample manner and form as any the masters and brethren of the said late guild, or any other person or persons, the premises,...
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A history of the royal foundation of Christ's hospital

William Trollope - Education - 1834 - 358 pages
...same, or any part thereof, or ought to have had, held, or enjoyed the same, or any part thereof, and as fully, freely, and entirely, and in as ample manner and form, as all and singular the same premises came, or ought to have come, to our hands, by reason or pretext...
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Memoranda, references, and documents relating to the royal hospitals of ...

London common council - 1836
...and singular other the premises above expressed and specified, or any parcel thereof, and moreover as fully freely and entirely, and in as ample manner and form, as all and singular the same premises came or ought to have come, and as the same now are, in our hands,...
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Reports of Cases Heard and Decided in the House of Lords on ..., Volume 4

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords - Law reports, digests, etc - 1839
...&c., mo. at any time heretofore have or hath any time had, a~^^T held, used, or enjoyed the same ; and as fully, freely, ». and entirely, and in as ample manner and form as we "J* THE * or any of our progenitors or ancestors late kings or FREE SCHOOL queens of England...
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History and antiquities of Nottingham, Volume 2

James Orange - 1840
...did have, hold, or enjoy the same, or any parcel thereof, or ought to hold and enjoy the same; and as fully, freely and entirely, and in as ample manner and form as all and singular the premises came, or of right ought to have come into our hands, or into the hands...
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Manual of the Corporation of the City of New York

New York (N.Y.). Common Council - New York (N.Y.) - 1858
...execute all other tliinas within the city «rid county aforesaid, and the liberties and precmcta thereof, as fully, freely and entirely, and in as ample manner and form ae justices of the peace of us, our heirs and successors, any where within that part of our kingdom...
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Notes, Historical and Biographical, Concerning Elizabeth-town, Its Eminent ...

Nicholas Murray - Elizabeth (N.J.) - 1844 - 166 pages
...to do and execute all other things within the said borough and the liberties and precincts thereof, as fully, freely and entirely, and in as ample manner and form, as justices of tha peace of us, our heirs and successors, any where within that part of our kingdom...
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The History of Romney Marsh ...

William Holloway - 1849 - 182 pages
...and proper use and behoof of the said Edward Guldeford, his heirs and assigns, in fee farm for ever, as fully, freely, and entirely, and in as ample manner and form as all and singular the same premises above by these presents granted, or mentioned to be granted,...
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Abstract of claims preferred at a justice seat held for the New forest ...

New Forest - 1853
...reputed, accepted, and known as part, parcel, or member of the same manor of Holbury Leape and Fawley, as fully, freely, and entirely and in as ample manner and form as the last abbot and late convent of the said late monastery of Bello Loco, otherwise Bewley, or any...
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