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of the parish of
, within the said diocese, being about to convey a portion of land situate in the parish of
, for the purpose of a school, under the powers of an Act passed in the 5th year of the reign of her Majesty Queen Victoria, entitled “ An Act to afford further Facilities for ine Conveyance and Endowment of Sites for Schools," we have, at his request, inspected and examined the portion of land, and have ascertained that the same is situate at (here describe the situation), and that the extent thereof does not exceed
acre. . As witness our hands, this
at in the county of
and diocese of Witness
FORM No. 7.
Conveyance of a Site or Buildings by a Spiritual Corporation Sole,
with the consent of the Bishop, to Trustees for a National School.
I, the Rev. A. B., clerk, rector* of the parish of of the first part; under the authority of an Act passed in the 5th year of the reign of 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 any valuable consideration (or in consideration of
pounds to me paid), with the consent of the Right Rev.
Lord Bishop of within which diocese the said parish is situate, testified by his executing this deed, do grant and convey unto C. D., E. F. and G. H., being trustees nominated in writing by the said Bishop, and their heirs, 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 all the said premises unto and to the use of the said C. D., E. F. and G. H., their heirs and assigns 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 of
aforesaid (and as a residence for the schoolmaster, and for no other purpose whatever) the said school to 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 to be at all times open to the inspection of the Inspector or Inspectors appointed, or to be appointed in conformity with ller Majesty's Order in Council bearing date the 10th day of August, 1810 ; 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 all the children in the said school shall be educated there in the principles of the Christian religion, according to the doctrines and discipline of the United Church of England and Ireland, such education to be under the superintendence and direction of the rector for the time being of the said parish.
* Or vicar, &c. (as the case may be). + Here insert a short, clear, verbal description of the property to be conveyed.
Or township or union or other district, as the case may require.
And it is hereby further declared, that as often as any of the present or future trustees shall die, or go to reside beyond the seas, or desire to be discharged from, or decline or become incapable to act in the trusts hereby in them reposed, it shall be lawful for the [then surviving or continuing trustees or trustee, or the executors or administrators of the last surviving or continuing trustee, or if there shall be no such surviring or continuing trustee, for the person so going to reside beyond the seas, or desiring to be discharged, or declining as aforesaid, his erecutors or administrators] to appoint, with the consent of the Lord Bishop of the said diocese for the time being, any other person or persons to be a trustee or trustees in the place of the trustee or trustees so dying, or going to reside beyond the seas, or desiring to be discharged, or declining or becoming incapable to act as aforesaid ; and upon every such appointment, all the hereditaments then subject to the trusts aforesaid shall he forthwith effectually vested by such assurances or other acts, as the circumstances of the case may render proper, in such new trustee or trustees, either solely or jointly with the surviving or continuing trustee or trustees, as occasion shall require, upon the trusts and with the provisions by and in these presents declared and contained concerning the said trust premises. [Covenants for Tille as in the Form No. 1.] In witness whereof the said Right Reverend
Lord Bishop hath hereunto set his epicopal seal, and the conveying and other parties have hereunto set their hands and seals, this
To be enrolled and endorsed as in the last Form.
FORM No. 8. Conveyance of a Site or Buildings by a Spiritual Corporation Sole,
with the consent of the Bishop, to Trustees for a Parish School, As in Form No. 6, but the Trust to be as follows :
Upon trust to permit the said premises and all buildings thercon 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 aforesaid [and as a residence for the schoolmaster), 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 appointed, or to be appointed in conformity with Her Majesty's 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 all the children in the said school shall be educated there in the principles of the Christian religion, according to the doctrines and discipline of the United Church of England and Ireland, such edu. cation to be under the superintendence and direction of the rector for the time being of the said parish.
Specification of Works to be performed in erecting a SCHOOL-House
in reference to the accompanying Drawings.
Dig out for the foundations of all the walls, for the cesspools and drains, and wherever else required for the full performance of these works. Where the soil is of a sound and uniform nature, the trenches for foundations, &c., are to be cleanly cut at the required level, and the level is not to be formed by replacing earth where it has been cut out. If in any place, and wheresoever the earth be defective, loose, or in any way unsound, such earth is to be removed to the requisite depth, and the level is to be formed by filling in and well ramming earth of the same kind and quality as that which forms the bottom of the other parts.
Dig out to the depth of 8 inches from the underside of floor joists the whole area within the walls of the intended School-House, and leave the same at a perfect level.
Provide and convey to the site, and fill in so much good sound earth or brick or other rubbish of the nature required by the
as may be necessary to bring up the surfaces of the ground of the yards, gardens, fore-court,
to the required levels or inclines, and form the same levels and inclines.
Fill up or turn or dig anew for ditches, drains, cesspools, as may be directed.
Remove and cast away from time to time and at the completion of the works all superfluous earth, building rubbish, and building materials.
Concrete.*-Form for all foundations of walls, beds of concrete; those for the walls of the School-house inches thick, and spreading inches on each side beyond the lowest course of footings; those for
inches thick, and spreading inches on each side beyond the lowest course of footings.
The concrete to consist of clean sharp gravel or fine sharp broken stones and hydraulic stone-lime in the proportion of 1 to 7, mixed with water and thrown from stages 10 feet above the bottom of the foundations.
BRICKLAYER. Bricks.—The whole of the bricks used in the building to be new, good, sound, hard, and well burnt; those which are not otherwise described are to be Mortar.—The mortar to be carefully compounded of Dorking, Merstham,
stone lime, and clean sharp sand, in the proportion of one-third lime to two-thirds sand; the line to be fresh and to be carefully kept from exposure until required for use.
Cement.-The cement to be
Walls.-- Carry up the footings for the external walls in courses: the first course being laid feet below the level of the adjacent external ground in bricks regularly diminishing to the thickness of the walls which are to be carried up in bricks to
; the gables are to be carried up in brick.
* If requisite.
Dwarf Walls.-Build the dwarf walls of the ground floor
with footings, the lowest in bricks, regularly diminishing in three courses to bricks, of which thickness these walls are to be carried up courses to receive sleepers.
Partitions.*_ Form the internal partitions of brick-flat nogging.
Fender and Walls.-Build, in half brick, fender walls for hearths of ground story with
brick footings. Trimmers to Hearths.-Turn trimmers in half brick to hearths of other stories, to be 12 inches longer than the openings.
Foundations to Steps.-Carry up foundations for steps.
Fire and Air Flues.-Carry up the fire flues if 9 inches x 44 inches in the clear; the air flues in 4 inches square, with openings for ventilation where directed, all properly cored and pargetted.
Course of Slates in Walls. !--Lay a course of slates between two beds of cement each 1 inch thick, throughout all the walls at the level of the finished ground surface.
Filleting to Roofs. I-Form round all the roofs which gable or otherwise abut against brick work, filleting by setting the bricks in as neat a manner as possible to get out 14 inch over the slating, and to fill in between the brick filleting and the slating with good Parker's cement.
Rain-drains.-Lay from rain water down pipes 6 inch earthenware drain pipes, bedded in clay and jointed in cement.
Provide here for the per formance of all other Bricklayer's works, such as :-Cross walls for paving, Area walls, Piers for columns, Tiling of roofs, Foot tiling, Brick paving, Facing of walls, mould ings and projecting courses of bricks in cement, Chimney
pots, &c. Workmanship.—The whole brickwork to be well bedded and Aushed in with mortar as the work proceeds, care being taken that no vacuities be left between the joints or courses. No four courses to rise more than one inch in addition to the height of the bricks. Turn in cement inch relieving arches over all openings, and invest arches under same. All reveals to be carefully performed. Bed and point in mortar all bond timber lintels, wood, bricks, and templets, and other timber so requiring; and bed and point with lime and hair all the door and window frames; and back up with solid brickwork to all timbers, stone work, iron work, and other things
* State which partitions are to be of brick nogging, if any are to be lath and plaster.
† This provision is to prevent damp from arising in the walls; in very dry situations it may be omitted.
Instead of brick filleting, lead flashing to gables may be substituted, if preferred.
to be set in the brickwork. The faces of the walls to show Flemish bond: the beaders being all whole bricks and the perpends truly kept.
CARPENTER AND JOINER. Timber.-All the oak timber is to be of English growth; all the other timber is to be either Dantzic, Riga, Memel,
yellow fir; all joiner's work, flooring, boards, skirtings, and other woorl.work, are to be of best yellow Christiana deal, except where otherwise described. The timbers and deal are to be cut square, and to be free from sapwood, shakes, large and loose or dead knots, and all other defects and every other defect. No American timber will be allowed to be used.
Workmanship.- None of the joists, rafters, or quarters to be more than 12 inches apart. All plates, purlins, and bond timber to be in as long lengths as possible, and well scarfed and secured at the junctions. The tye-beams and all other timbers of roofs and Hoors to be in whole lengths, unless shown otherwise in the drawings, or described otherwise herein, or allowed in writing by
Materials, 8.c.-Provide and fix all necessary shores, struts, beads, stops, fillets, angle staves, wood, bricks, centering, and templets, and all other joiner's work and labour necessary for the due execution of these works, providing all materials, including ironmongery, to render the same complete and perfect.
Frame Three Months before setting up. All the joiner's work is to be rough framed as soon as possible after the signing of the contract, and no framed work is to be set up until at least three months after it shall have been so framed; all timber-work which shall split, fracture, shrink, part at the joints, or show any flaw or defect from unsoundness, want of seasoning or bad workmanship, to be removed and put together anew or replaced by new materials. So that the whole of the carpenter's work may be delivered up in a perfect state at the completion.
Scantlings.-All the timbers are to hold their full scantlings at the completion of the works. The scantlings of the principal timbers are to be as
follows : Here supply Scantlings.
a List of
Folding Floors.-Lay 14 inch yellow deal folding floors to the
Straight joint Floors.-Lay 11 inch yellow deal straight joint, and irontongued toors to the Window Frumes.-The windows of
to have solid fir frames
wrought, rebated, framed, and chamfered ; oak sunk and weathered sills
Double-huny Sashes.*_Fit up the windows of with ovolo sashes double-hung, with iron weights, iron axle pullers, best large patent lines and patent spring sash fastenings in deal-cased frames, with oak sunk and weathered sills ; neat mouldings to wiudow frames. External Doors.-The external doors to be
deal framed and braced, lined with inch battens, tongued in
rebated and beaded
* Provide for openings.