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(which said premises are delineated in the map drawn in the margin hereof);t together with all easements, appurtenances and hereditaments, corporeal and incorporeal, belonging thereto or connected therewith; and all my estate, right, title and interest in or to the same premises ; to hold all the said premises unto and to the use of the said C. D., E. F., and G. H., and their heirs and assigns, (or of the said rector, church wardens, and overseers of the poor, and their successors) for ever; for the purposes of the said Act, and upon trust to permit the said premises and all buildings thereon erected, or to be erected, to be for ever hereafter appropriated and used as and for a school for the education of children and adults, or children only, of the labouring, manufacturing and other poorer classes in the parish of

aforesaid [and as a residence for the schoolmaster), and for no other purpose, which said school shall always be conducted upon the principles of the British and Foreign School Society established in London (and shall be under the general management and control of the committee for the time being of the subscribers to the said school), § and shall be at all times open to the inspection of the Inspector or Inspectors for the time being, appointed or to be appointed by her Majesty or her successors. Prorision for the Appointment of fresh Trustees, and Covenants for

Title as in the last Form. In witness, &c. This deed must be enrolled in Chancery under the Morlmain Acts.

FORM No. 3.

Conveyance of a Site or Buildings to Trustees for a Parish School, not

being in connexion with the National Society or the British Foreign School Society. I, A. B. of

under the authority of an Act passed in the 5th year of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, entitled “ An Act to afford further Facilities for the Conveyance and Endowment of Site for Schools," do hereby (freely and voluntarily, and without valuable consideration), or in consideration of

pounds to me paid, grant and convey unto the said C. D., E. F., and G. H., and their heirs, (or the rector, church wardens, and overscers of the poor of the said parish of

and their successors,) all ||

(which said promises are delineated in the map drawn in the margin hereof);1 together with all easements, appurtenances, and hereditaments, corporeal and incorporeal, belonging thereto, or connected therewith; and all my estate, right, title, and interest in or to the same premises ; to hold the said premises

* Here insert a short, clear, verbal description of the property to be conveyed. + The map is not absolutely necessary.

Or township or union or other district, as the case may require.

Where the trustees themselves have the sole superintendence and control of the school, this clause will be omitted. || Here insert a short, clear, verbal description of the property to be conveyed.

The map is not absolutely necessary.

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unto and to the use of the said C.D., E. F., and G. H., their heirs and assigns; (or of the said rector, churchwardens, and overseers of the poor, and their successors,) for the purposes of the said Act, and upon trust, to permit the said premises, and all buildings thereon erected or to be erected, to be for ever hereafter appropriated and used as and for a school for the education of children and adults, or children only, of the labouring, manufacturing, and other poorer classes in the parish*

aforesaid (and as a residence for the schoolmaster), and for no other purpose; the said school to be under the general management and control of the inhabitants of the said parish in vestry assembled, or of a committee to be appointed by them, and to be at all times open to the inspection of the Inspector or Inspectors for the time being, appointed or to be appointed in conformity with the Order in Council bearing date the 10th day of August, 1840 ; and it is hereby declared that the instruction at the said school shall comprise at least the following branches of school learning : namely, reading, writing, arithmetic, geography, scripture history, and (in the case of girls) needlework; and it is hereby further declared, that it shall be a fundamental regulation and practice of the said school that the Bible be daily read therein by the children, and that instruction in the Church Catechism and in the doctrines and principles of the Church of England shall at suitable times, viz. at least in every week, be regularly given to all the children in the said school whose parents or guardians shall not on religious grounds object thereto, such religious instructions to be under the superintendence and direction of the minister for the time being of the parish: Provided always, that no child shall be required to receive or be present at such religious instruction whose parent or guardian shall object thereto on religious grounds, and that no child shall in any case be required to learn any catechism or other religious formulary, or to attend any Sunday-school or place of worship to which respectively his or her parent or guardian shall, on religious grounds, object, but the selection of such Sunday-school and place of worship shall in all cases be left to the free choice of such parent or guardian, without the child's thereby incurring any loss of the benefits or privileges of the school, the trusts whereof are hereby declared. Provision for the Appointment of fresh Trustees and Covenants for Title

as in Form 1. In witness, &c. This deed must be enrolled in Chancery under the Mortmain Acts.

FORM No. 4.

Conveyance of a Site or Buildings to Trustees for a Church of

England School, not being a Parish School, nor in connerion with the National or British and Foreign School Society. I, A. B. of

under the authority of an Act passed in the 5th year of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, entitled "An Act to afford further Facilities for the Conveyance and Endowment of Sites for Schools,” do hereby (freely and voluntarily, and without valuable con

* Or township or union or other district, as the case may require.

sideration,] or in consideration of

pounds to me paid, grant, and convey unto C. D., E. F., and G. H., and their heirs, (or the rector, churchwardens, and overseers of the poor of the parish of and their successors) all*

(which said premises are delineated in the map drawn in the margin hereof);t together with all easements, appurtenances, and hereditaments, corporeal and incorporeal, belonging thereto or connected therewith; and all my estate, right, title, and interest in or to the same premises; to hold all the said premises unto and to the use of the said C. D., E. F., and G. H., their heirs and assigns, (or of the said rector, churchWardens, and overseers of the poor, and their successors,) for the purposes of the said Act; and upon trust, to permit the said premises, and all buildings thereon erected or to be erected, to be for ever hereafter appropriated and used as and for a school for the education of children and adults, or children only, of the labouring, manufacturing, and other poorer classes in the parish of aforesaid [and as a residence for the schoolmaster], and for no other purpose whatever, which said school [shall be under the general management and control of the committee for the time being of the subscribers to the said school, and]$ shall be at all times open to the inspection of the Inspector or Inspectors for the time being, appointed or to be appointed in pursuance of the order in council bearing date the 10th day of August, 1840; and it is hereby declared, that the instruction at the said school shall comprise the following branches of school learning : namely, reading, writing, arithmetic, geography, scripture history, and in the case of girls) needlework; and it is hereby further declared, that it shall be a fundamental regulation and practice of the said school that the Bible be daily read therein by the children, and that instruction in the Church Catechism and in the doctrines and principles of the Church of England shall at suitable times,

at least in every week, be regularly given to all the children in the said school whose parents or guardians shall not on religious grounds object thereto, such religious instruction to be under the superintendence and direction of the minister for the time being of the parish: Provided always, that no child shall be required to receive or be present at such religious instruction whose parent or guardian shall object thereto on religious grounds, and that no child shall in any case be required to learn any catechism or other religious formulary, or to attend any Sunday-school or place of worship to which respectively his or her parent or guardian shall on religious grounds object, but the selection of such Sunday-school and place of worship shall in all cases be left to the free choice of such parent or guardian, without the child's thereby incurring any loss of the benefits or privileges of the school, the trusts whereof are hereby declared. Provision for the Appointment of fresh Trustees and Covenants for Title

as in Form 1. In witness, &c. This deed must be enrolled in Chancery under the Mortmain Acts.

* Here insert a short, clear, verbal description of the property to be conveyed. † The map is not absolutely necessary. I Or township or union or other district, as the case may require. Ś Where the trustees themselves have the sole superintendence and control of the school, this clause will be omitted. If it is to be under the superintendence and control of the minister of the parish,he will be substituted for the committee.

FORM No. 5.

Conreyance of a Site or Buildings to Trustees for a School, 7:00

being a Parish School, nor in connexion with the National or British and Foreign School Society. I, A. B. of

under the authority of an Act passed in tne 5th year of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, entitled "An Act to afford further Facilities for the Conveyance and Endowment of Sites for Schools,” do hereby (freely and voluntarily, and without valuable consideration,] or in consideration of

pounds to me paid, grant and convey unto C. D., E. F., and G. H., and their heirs, (or the rector, church wardens, and overseers of the poor of the said parish of and their successors,) all*

(which said premises are delineated in the map drawn in the margin hereof) † together with all easements, appurtenances, and hereditaments, corporeal and incorporeal, belonging thereto or connected therewith ; and all my estate, right, title, and interest in or to the said premises; to hold all the said premises unto and to the use of the said C. D., E. F., and G. H., their heirs and assigns, (or of the said rector, churchwardens, and overseers of the poor, and their successors,) for the purposes of the said Act; and upon trust, to permit the said premises, and all buildings thereon erected or to be erected, to be for ever hereafter appropriated and used as and for a school for the education of children and adults, or children only, of the labouring, manufacturing, and other poorer classes in the parish | of

aforesaid (and as a residence for the schoolmaster, and for no other purpose whatever,] the said school to be [under the general management and control of the committee for the time being of the subscribers to the said school, and to be]S at all times open to the inspection of any Inspector or Inspectors for the time being appointed or to be appointed by her Majesty or her successors; and it is hereby declared, that the instruction at the said school shall comprise at least the following branches of school learning : namely, reading, writing, arithmetic, geography, scripture history, and (in the case of girls) needlework; and it is hereby further declared, that it shall be a fundamental regulation and practice of the said school that the Bible be daily read therein by the children ; and that no child shall be required to learn any catechism or other religious formulary, or to attend any Sunday school or place of worship to which respectively his or her parent or guardian shall on religious grounds object, but the selection of such Sunday-school and place of worship shall in all cases be left to the free choice of such parent or guardian, without the child's thereby incurring any loss of the benefits and privileges of the school, the trusts whereof are hereby declared. Provision for the Appointment of fresh Trustees and Corenants for Title

as in Form 1. In witness, &c. This deed must be enrolled in Chancery under the Morlmain Acls. * Here insert a short, clear, verbal description of the property to be conveyed. + The inap is not absolutely necessary.

Or township or union or other district, as the case may require.

Where the trustees themselves have the sole superintendence and control of the school, this clause will of course be omitted,

FORM No. 6.'

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Conveyance of a Site or Buildings by a Spiritual Corporalion Sole,

with the consent of the Bishop, for a National School. I, the Rev. A. B., clerk, rector* of the parish of with the consent of the Right Reverend, &c., Lord Bishop of

within whose diocese the said parish is situate, testified by his executing this deed, under the authority of an Act passed in the 5th year of the reign of Queen Victoria, entitled “ Act to afford further Facilities for the Conveyance and Endowment of Sites for Schools," do hereby freely and voluntarily and without any valuable consideration (or in consideration of

Pounds to me paid), grant and convey unto the Minister, Churchwardens, and Overseers of the poor of the said parish and their successors, allt

(which said premises are delineated in the map drawn in the margin hereof); together with all easements, appurtenances and hereditaments, corporeal and incorporeal, belonging thereto or connected therewith; and the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, rents and profits of the said premises; and all my estate, right, title and interest in or to the same premises ; to hold the same unto and to the use of the said Minister, Church wardens, and Overseers and their successors for ever, for the purposes of the said Act, and upon trust, to permit the said premises, and all buildings thereon erected, or to be erected, to be for ever hereafter appropriated and used as and for a school for the education of poor children in the parish I of aforesaid, [and as a residence for the schoolmaster and for no other purpose), which said school shall always be conducted upon the principles of the Incorporated National Society for promoting the Education of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church (and shall be under the general management and control of the committee for the time being of the subscribers to the said school].|| and shall be at all times open to the inspection of the Inspector or Inspectors appointed or to be appointed in conformity with Her Majesty's Order in Council, bearing date the 10th day of August, 1840. In witness whereof the said Right Rev.

Lord Bishop

hath hereunto set his episcopal seal, and the conveying and other parties have hereunto set their hands and seals, this

day of This deed must be enrolled in Chancery under the Mortmain Acts.

The following certificate must be indorsed. We, A. B., clerk, rector of the parish of

C. D., clerk, rector of the parish of

and E. F., clerk, vicar of the parish of

being three beneficed clergymen of the diocese of do hereby certify that

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* Or vicar, &c. (as the case may be). + Here iusert a short, clear, verbal description of the property to le conveyed. | Or township or union or other districts, as the case may require. Ś Or shall always be united to, &c. i Where the trustees themselves have the sole superintendance and control of the school, this clause will be omitted.

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