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city of London parochial charities" act, 1883 (46 & 47 Vic. c. 36)

H. C Richards

city of London parochial charities" act, 1883 (46 & 47 Vic. c. 36)

being a treatise on the city parochial charities, and the formation of schemes by the Charity Commissioners for their better application and management.

by H. C Richards

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Published by Waterlow Bros. & Layton in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsGreat Britain., Great Britain. Charity Commission.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 57 p. ;
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20348376M

A history of the City Parochial Foundation: trustees of the London Parochial Charities, - Reference book Item Barcode. Status. Searching Unknown. Bound With These Titles the City Parochial Foundation: City Parochial Foundation. A history of the City Parochial Foundation: trustees of the London Parochial. Book Description. The City Parochial Foundation is the oldest of Britain's major philanthropic foundations. Unlike most of the others, however, it was not set up by a wealthy individual, but was established by an Act of Parliament which amalgamated the small endowments of over a hundred parishes in the City of London; its area of benefit is also limited to that of Greater London.

  Cripplegate Foundation was established in by a scheme made under the London Parochial Charities Act of This amalgamated all the charitable donations previously administered as separate trusts. John Swerder (his name is always spelled in this form in these records) may have been second generation Dutch.   Webb's London Marriages (£) - inclu City of London marriages from to ; Catholic Baptism Index (£) - indexes primarily adult baptisms from London and Essex; Catholic Marriage Index (£) - indexes marriages from 60 London/Essex parishes to ; Boyd's London Burial Index (£) - index to adult male burials s to s.

CPF City Parochial Foundation, established by the City of London Parochial Charities Act, FRS Financial Reporting Standard. ICTA Income and Corporation Taxes Act (c. 1). LDBF London Diocesan Board of Finance, a charitable company. LDBS London Diocesan Board for Schools, a charitable company. LDF LLP London Diocesan Fund. Supplementary U.K. 7 Application of this Chapter in relation to Scotland U.K. (1) This Chapter affects the law of Scotland only in so far as it affects the construction of references to— (a) charities, or (b) charitable purposes, in enactments which relate to matters falling within Section A1 of Part 2 of Schedule 5 to the Scotland Act (reserved matters: fiscal policy etc.).


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