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Wilkinson, In re, 773, 777

Wade o. Stanley, 403

Wilkson's Charity, In re, 498

Willan v. Willan, 455, 691
Wagstaff v. Wagstaff, 515

Willet v. Sandford, 139
Waite r. Webb, 164, 203, 241

Williams o. Steward, 791
Waldern o. Ward, 97
Waldo o. Caley, 455, 530, 652, 655,

v. Whinyates, 431

v. Williams, 987, 994

668

Wales (Princess of) o. Lord Liver- Willoughby's Charity, In re, 495

Wilmot o. Corporation of Coventry,
pool, 709

994
Walker u. Denne, 213, 225

Wilson v. Hoare, 741, 742

Walker's (Dr.) Case, 389, 394

Waller o. Childs, 105

v. Major, 205, 669

v. Wilson, 403
Walpole's Case, 89

Wingfield's Case, 70
Walton v. Merry, 990

Windsor v. Farnham, 292
Ward o. Cooke, 452
Ward's Charity, In re, 497

Winne v. Bampton, 994
Warner o. North, 292

Withnell v. Gartham, 565, 727, 728

Wood v. Day, 710

Warren 7. Newton, 766

Woodcock v. Gibson, 32

Waterhouse o. Holmes, 163

Watts d. Turner, 470

Woodford v. Parkhurst, 62, 515

(Inhabitants of) v. Park-

Watson v. The Master of Hems-

hurst, 298

worth Hospital, 683

v. Hinsworth Hospital, 704 Wrangham, Ex parte, 339

Woolston's Case, 105, 106

Webster, Ex parte, 12
Weld o. Hornby, 563

Wright v. Atkins, 142
Wellbeloved v. Jones, 269, 411, 412

v. Castle, 403
West o. Knight, 62

v. The School of Newport

0. Shuttleworth, 116

Pond, 698

Wharton o. Charles, 287, 299

v. Row, 210

Wheeler v. Sheer, 520, 651

v. Smythies, 130

Whetstone's Case, 89

Wright, 205, 210

Whistler o. Newman, 469

Wych v. Meal, 442

White v. White, 64, 514, 523, 532

Wynne v. Callander, 452

Whitford v. Tutin, 772

v. Hawkins, 141, 669

Whithorne o. Harris, 63

Whitley o. Fishbourne, 503

Y.

Wickham o. Wood, 89

Widmore v. The Governors of Queen Yeovil (Poor of), v. Sutton, 698

Anne's Bounty, 610

Yordon's (or Jordeyn's) Charity, In

0. Woodroffe, 63, 171

Widdrington's Case, 375, 396 York (Dean and Chapter of) v.

Wilkinson o. Beal, 431

Middleburgh, 413, 681

-- p. Malin, 629, 727, 731

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TABLE OF STATUTES CITED.

HENRY III. 9, e. 36.–To restrain alienations in mortmain)

5,7

EDWARD I.

6

13

15*

7, st. 2. De religiosis (the same)
13, c. 32. (To prevent evasion of statutes of mortmain by feigned

recoveries)
13, c. 33.—(To prohibit tenants from setting up crosses)
13, c. 41, (To prevent alienation of lands belonging to religious

houses) 18, c. 1.-(Quia emptores) 27, st. 2.—(Amortisement of lands) 34, st. 3.-(License in mortmain)

4 15 35 36

RICHARD II. 15, c. 5.—(To restrain conveyances to the use of religious houses)

16

HENRY V.

2, c. 1.-(Visitation of hospitals)

327

HENRY VIII. 23, c. 10.—To prohibit conveyances to superstitious uses) 19, 74, 89, 93,

99, 104 23, c. 12.—(Appeals to the pope)

370 27, c. 28.—Dissolution of smaller abbeys)

19 31, c. 13.-(Dissolution of monasteries)

20 33, c. 27.-(College elections)

717 34 & 35, c. 5.-(Statute of wills)

244 37, c. 4.-To vest chantries in crown)

20

EDWARD VI.

1, c. 14.4(Vesting chantries, &c. in the crown)

21, 93, 95, 96, 97

PHILIP AND MARY. 1 & 2, c. 8.—(Suspension of statutes of mortmain)

42

ELIZABETH.

5, c. 18.-(Lord Keeper)

279 13, c. 10.-(Leases by ecclesiastics)

680, 681 18, c. 11.—(Leases of houses in cities by ecclesiastics)

680 31, c. 6.-(College elections)

718 35, c. 7, s. 27.—(Authorising conveyances for houses of correction

43 39, c. 5.—(Authorising the incorporation of hospitals) 44, 328, 681 43, c. 2.—(Binding apprentices)

781 n. (m) 804 43, c. 4.-(Statute of charitable uses), 60, 61, 69, 71, 72, 79, 82, 276, 280,

281, 287, 290, 292, 296, 306, 328, 514-516.

&c.).

CHARLES II. 12, c. 12.—(Confirmation of judicial proceedings during protectorate) 279 13 & 14, c. 4.-(Schoolmasters)

728 13 & 14, c. 12, s. 5—(Corporations of workhouses in London, &c.) 49 15, c. 17.--(Incorporation of Bedford Level)

55 17, c. 3.-(Enabling impropriators to augment livings) 22, c. 6.—(Bodies politic enabled to purchase fee farm rents)

55 29, c. 3.–Statute of frauds)

145, 146, n. 29, c. 8.-(Augmentation of small livings)

73, 725

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WILLIAM AND MARY.

1, stat. 1, c. 21.-(Lords commissioners)

279 1, c. 8.4(Oaths by members of colleges)

360 1, c. 18.—(Toleration act)

101, 102 4, c. 1.-(Land tax)

790 5 & 6, c. 20, 8. 20.—(Authorising the incorporation of the Bank of

England)

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WILLIAM III.

7 & 8, c. 37.--(Crown enabled to grant licenses in mortmain)

39 9 & 10, c. 32.—(Penalties for impugning the doctrine of the trinity) 102,

747, 760 9 & 10, c. 44.—(East India Company)

266 n. (v), 988 11 & 12, c. 4.-(Papists liable to punishment for keeping school) 109

ANNE.

2 & 3, c. 11, s. 4.-(Enabling governors of Queen Anne's Bounty to hold lands)

51 8, c. 9.—(Stamp on apprenticeship deeds)

778 9, c. 20.-(Return to mandamus)

397 GEORGE I.

1, c. 13, ss. 12, 13.-(Oaths by members of colleges) :

360 6, c. 18.–(Enabling the Royal Exchange and London Assurance Companies to hold lands)

56 9, c. 7, s. 12. –(Enabling churchwardens and overseers to purchase workhouses)

29, 726

GEORGE II.

2, c. 23.—(Taxation of Costs)

342 4, c. 28. - (Distress)

299 2, e. 29.—(Manchester College)

368 9, c. 36.—Statute restraining gifts to charitable uses) 117—120, 247,

257, 259, 262, 265, 987 12, c. 31.—(Bath Hospital)

256 26, c. 22, s. 14.—(Incorporation of trustees of British Museum) 56

GEORGE III.

52, 685

256

9, c. 31.-(Incorporation of Magdalen Hospital)

256 13, c. 78, repealed.—(General highway act)

708 17, c. 53, s. 10.-(Purchase of parsonage houses) 19, c. 23.—(Bath Infirmary) 19, c. 44, 8. 2.- Exempting protestant dissenting schoolmasters from penalties)

102, 752 20, c. 28.-(Legacy duty)

773 21, c. 66.—(Repair of parsonage houses)

685 22, c. 83, s. 21.-(Incorporation of workhouses)

49 23, c. 58.-(Legacy duty)

773 26, c. 58.-(Return of charitable donations)

300 29, c. 51.—(Legacy duty)

773 31, c. 32, s. 13.-(Exemption of papists from penalties for keeping school)

109 36, c. 52.(Legacy duty)

774, 777 38, c. 60.-(Land tax)

791 39, c. 73.- Legacy duty)

774, 775 39 & 40, c. 41.- (Leases by ecclesiastics)

685 41, c. 23, s. 9.-(Reimbursement of overseers)

441 41, c. 109, s. 31.-(General inclosure)

481 42, c. 99.-Legacy duty)

776 42, c. 116.-(Land tax)

241, 791-793 43, c. 107.- Queen Anne's Bounty)

52 43, c. 108.–Gifts for building churches)

53, 241 44, c. 98. — (Stamp duty)

778 45, c. 84.— Gifts for augmentation of small livings)

255 45, c. 101.-(Repeal of restriction as to number of livings to be held by colleges)

248 48, c. 55.-(Assessed taxes)

789 48, c. 149.-(Stamp duty)

778 51, c. 105.- Enabling persons to give lands for benefit of Royal Naval Asylum)

47 51, c. 115.-(Grants by crown, &c. for building churches)

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