Stockton (Durham) Blue Coat School estate: enabling trustees to sell lands and hereditaments and purchase other land and the reversionary interest in land held by them Act 1833

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
Citation1833 c. 23
ANNO TERTIO & QUARTO
GULIELMI IV. REGIS.
Cap.
23.
An Act to enable the Trustees of the Blue Coat
Charity School at Stockton in the County of
Durham to seil and dispose of certain Lands
and Hereditaments belonging to the said Charity,
and to purchase and acquire other Lands in lieu
thereof,
and also the Reversion of the Lands
held by them for Lives. [28th June 1833.]
W
HEREAS, in pursuance of the Resolutions of a Meeting of
certain Persons held at
Stockton
in the County of
Durham
on
the Sixth Day of
December
One thousand seven hundred and
twenty-one, a Charity School, denominated the Blue Coat
School,
was
established in
Stockton
aforesaid for the Support, and Education in Read-
ing, Writing, and Arithmetic, and in the Principles of the Religion
according to the established Doctrine of the Church of England, of
Twenty Boys, by voluntary Contributions, and certain Persons were
elected Trustees for the Purposes of the said Charity ; and, in consequence
of its benefkial Effects, such Charity was in the Year One thousand seven
hundred and fifty-nine extended to the Support and Education of Sixteen
Girls;
and the most benefkial Results have since arisen from the Foun-
dation, Establishment, and Extension of the said Charity to the industrious
Parts of the Community of Stockton: And whereas at a Meeting of the
Trustees of the said Charity School on the Twenty-fourth Day of
January
in the Year One thousand seven hundred and twenty-three it was re-
solved, that every Person who should subscribe the Sum of One Guinea per
[Private."] 6 / Annum

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