10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUEEN ANNE'S BOUNTY»
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Temporal Pillars: Queen
, the Ecclesiastical ...
An account of the foundation and growth of Queen Anne's Bounty and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners and of the Church reform movement.
Memoirs of William Stevens, Esq. Treasurer of Queen
... administering the Holy Sacrament to the Sick, 94—Appointed Treasurer of
Queen Anne's Bounty, 37—Will, l85—Death, ISO—Interment, lSZ—Epitaph, 183.
NOBODY.—An appellation, by which Mr. Stevens was known to his Friends, ...
Sir James Allan Park, 1814
Temporal Pillars Queen
, the Ecclesiastical ...
CHAPTER III QUEEN ANNE'S BOUNTY IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY I.
STARTING TROUBLES, I704-I71 The first few years of Queen Anne's Bounty
were entirely occupied in preparations for later usefulness. Great indeed was the
: What is Queen
? : the ...
and authorities which a set treatise on “ Queen Anne's Bounty,” minutely written,
would contain ; but merely to set before him, the grand outline of the case; by
which, however, the comprehensive mind will be able to grasp at once the whole
Frederick Robert Augustus Glover, 1839
A Treatise on the Law of Legacies
36, is that of a devise of real estate, or money to be laid out in real estate, for the
benefit of Queen Anne's bounty, and which is by virtue of a special enactment in
the 43 Geo. 3. c. 107. Before the passing of the latter Act, such testamentary gifts
Roper Stote Donnison Roper, Henry Hopley White, 1829
Working as One Body: The Report of the Archbishop's ...
The Measure incorporated the Commissioners with the purpose of uniting two
pre-existing bodies: Queen Anne's Bounty and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners
'to promote the more efficient and economical administration of the Church of ...
Church of England. Archbishops' Commission on the Organisation of the Church of England, 1995
Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command
... House at Milbank ----- 1812, 1813 For the Relief of the Sufferers by a Volcanic
Eruption in the Island 7 j-j- of Saint Vincent - -- -- -- -- j To the Governors of Queen
Anne's Bounty, for the Augmentation of) the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy - - .
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons, 1814
The Gentleman's Magazine
Walpole's Anecdotes of Painting 521 Hodgson's Account of Queen Anne's
Bounty 523 Sir K. C. Hoare's Modern Wiltshire 524 Vetmta Monumenta —
Tewkesbury Abbey.. .527 Naval Biography. — Going too Far 528 Hurwiu's
Hebrew Tales .
The clergyman's assistant, or A collection of acts of ...
... the respective persons placed in those offices, without any presentation,
admission, institution, or induction, or any other act or thing to entitle them thereto
, &c. &c. &c. Rules and Orders established for the regulation of Queen Anne's
Parliament acts, Charles Willats Ellis, John Robinson (M.A., editor.), 1828
History, gazetteer, and directory, of Norfolk, and ... the ...
N., was augmented in 1738, with £200 of Queen Anne's bounty, and £200
bequeathed by the Rev. Edward Brooke. It has annexed to it the rectory of Long
Stratton, in the patronage of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, and
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Church Commissioners - No.8
... managing its investment portfolio – valued at £6.1bn last year, and it can trace its history back to “Queen Anne's Bounty” of 1704, set up to support poor clergy. «CITY A.M., Dec 14»