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the said minister and churchwardens, and their successors, in manner aforesaid ; and that the said premises shall at all times hereafter be held and enjoyed upon the irusts and in manner aforesaid, without interruption from, and free from all incumbrances by me, or my heirs, or any person lawfully claiming under or in trust for me or them, or any of my ancestors ; and that I and my heirs, and all persons claiming under or in trust for me or them, or any of my ancestors, shall, upon every request, and at the expense of the said C. D., E. F., and G. H., their lieirs or assigns, or the said rector, churchwardens, and overseers, or the said minister and church wardens, and their successors,

make and perfect all such further assurances of the said premises as may be required by them for conveying the same to the use of the said c. D., E. F., and G. H., their heirs and assigns, or the said rector, churchwardens, and overseers, or the said minister and churchwardens, and their successors, in manner aforesaid. In witness, &c.

Taken and acknowledged by one of the parties to this deed, this at

Before me,

A Master Extraordinary in Chancery. This deed must be enrolled in Chancery under the Mortmain Acts.

day of

No. 5.

CONVEYANCE OF A SITE TO TRUSTEES FOR A SCHOOL, NOT 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 the fifth 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, churchwardens, and overseers of the poor, or the minister and church wardens, 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 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, or the minister and churchwardens, 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 I 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 $) at all times open to the 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.

And it is hereby further declared, that as often as any of the present * 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 of course be omitted.

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 surviving or continuing trustee for the person so going to reside beyond the seas, or desiring to be discharyed, or declining as aforesaid, his executors or administrators]* to appoint 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 subject to the trusts aforesaid shall be 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.'

And I do hereby, for myself, my heirs, executors, and administrators, covenant with the said C. D., E. F., and G. H., their heirs and assigns, or the said rector, churchwardens, and overseers, or the said minister and churchwardens, and their successors, that notwithstanding any act or default of me, or of any of my ancestors, I have good right to assure the said premises to the said C. D., E. F., and G. H., their heirs and assigns, or the said rector, churchwardens, and overseers or the said minister and churchwardens, and their successors, in manier aforesaid ; and that the said premises shall at all times hereafier be held and enjoyed upon the trusts and in manner aforesaid, without interruption from, and free from all incumbrances by me, or my heirs, or any person lawfully claiming under or in trust for me or them, or any of my ancestors; and that I and my heirs, and all persons claiming under or in trust for me or them, or any of my ancestors, shall, upon every request, and at the expense of the said C. D., E. F., and G. H., their heirs or assigns, or the said rector, church wardens, and overseers, or the said minister and churchwardens, and their successors, make and perfect all such further assurances of the said premises as may be required by them for conveying the same to the use of the said C. D., E. F., and G. H., their heirs and assigns, or the said rector, churchwardens, and overseers, or the said minister and churchwardens, and their successors, in manner aforesaid.

In witness, &c.
Taken and acknowledged by

one of the parties to this deed, this

day of

at

Before me,

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A Master Extraordinary in Chancery. This deed must be enrolled in Chancery under the Mortmain Acts.

* Or minister for the time being of the parish (as may be thought best.]

This clause will be omitted where the land is conveyed to the rector, church. wardens, and overseers, or minister and churchwardens,

No. 6.

CONVEYANCE OF A SITE OR BUILDINGS BY A SPIRITUAL CORPORATION SOLE, WITH THE CONSENT OF THE BISHOP, FOR A

NATIONAL SCHOOL.

of

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

within whose diocese the said parish is situate, testified by his executing this deed, under the authority of an Act passed in the fifth 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 Sreely 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, or the minister and churchwardens, or any other corporation or corporations,t 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 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, churchwardens, and overseers, or the minister and church wardens, or any other corporation or corporations, 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 of

aforesaid [and as a residence for the schoolmaster, and for no other purpose ;] which said school shall always be united to and conducted upon the principles and in furtherance of the ends and designs 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,ll] 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 of

hath hereunto set his episcopal seal,

* Or vicar, as the case may be.

+ If the minister propose to convey to himself and the churchwardens, after the word siluated, add, and of

the patron of the said benefice, for his write their, and after the word schools, in line 7, add, and of the Act passed in the 8th year of the reign of Her said Majesty, explaining the same, and omit the words over seers of the poor.

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.

Or of the minister for the time being of the said parish, in which case the contingency clause (see note, page 100) must be added,

and the conveying and other parties have hereunto set their hands and seals this

day of Taken and acknowledged by

one of the parties to this deed, this

day of

at

Before me,

A Master Extraordinary in Chancery.
This deed must be enrolled in Chancery under the Mortmain Acts.

THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE MUST BE INDORSED ON THE DEED.

C. D.,

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We, A. B., clerk, rector of the parish of 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 clerk, rector 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 fifth 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, 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 As witness our hands this in the county of

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