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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 Compilation of the Laws of the State of New York: Relating Particularly to ...

New York (State) - Law - 1855 - 1355 pages
...execute all other things within the city and county aforesaid, and the liberties and precincts thereof, as fully, freely and entirely, and in as ample manner and form as justices of the peace of us, our heirs and successors, anywhere within that part of our kingdom...
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History of the Free-schools, Colleges, Hospitals, and Asylums of Birmingham ...

George Griffith - Birmingham (England) - 1861 - 601 pages
...proOts whatsoever reserved noon whatsoever demises and grants of the premises in whatsoever manner made, as fully freely and entirely and in as ample manner and form as any guardians masters chaplains governors or ministers of the said late guild, or any other person...
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Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland, of the Reigns ...

Ireland. Chancery - Ireland - 1862
...granted, except at excepted; and all the king's right, title, and interest, in or to the premisses, as fully, freely, and entirely, and in as ample manner and form, as all these came to the hands of the king, or of his ancestors or progenitors, kings or queens of...
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Report of the commissioners, Volumes 2-3

Schools inquiry commission - 1868
...profits whatsoever reserrai upon whatsoever demises and grants of the premises, in whatsoever manner made ; as fully, freely, and entirely, and in as ample manner and form, as anj guardians, masters, chaplains, governors, or ministers of the said late Guild, or any other...
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The History of Wigan, Volume 2

David Sinclair - Wigan (England) - 1882
...the laws and customs of our kingdom of England, to hear and determine all and singular those things as fully, freely, and entirely, and in as ample manner and form as the justices of the peace in our said county of Lancaster, or elsewhere within our kingdom of England...
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The Historical Charters and Constitutional Documents of the City of London ...

London (England) - London (England) - 1884 - 338 pages
...said mayor and commonalty and citizens of our city of London aforesaid, and their successors for ever, as fully, freely, and entirely, and in as ample manner and form, as the same are above-mentioned to be given or granted, or as the same otherwise by use. prescription,...
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Archaeologia Cantiana, Volume 20

Excavations (Archaeology) - 1893
...any parcel thereof, or ought to have, hold, and enjoy, the same premises or any parcel thereof. And as fully freely and entirely and in as ample manner and form as those all and singular the premises before granted and every parcel thereof or parcels thereof or...
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The Records of the Borough of Northampton, Volume 1

Northampton (England) - Northampton (England) - 1898 - 511 pages
...same Mayor Bailiffs and Burgesses of the Town of Northampton aforesaid and their Successors for ever as fully freely and entirely and in as ample Manner and Form as if they had been severally singularly and particularly in these Presents expressed named declared...
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Ewenny Priory: Monastery and Fortress

John Picton Turbervill - Ewenny Priory - 1901 - 101 pages
...hereafter to the said Edward Carne, his Heirs and Assigns, for their own proper use shall be appropriated as fully, freely and entirely, and in as ample manner and form as the aforesaid Prior of the said late Cell of Ewenny in right of the said late Cell, and the aforesaid...
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The Charters and Letters Patent Granted to the Borough by Richard I. and ...

Colchester (England) - Colchester (England) - 1903 - 219 pages
...privileges, rights, jurisdictions, immunities, customs, franchises, freedoms and exemptions, whatsoever, as fully, freely, and entirely, and in as ample manner and form, as the men Free Burgesses of the said Borough now or at any other time heretofore had, used, or enjoyed,...
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