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with Charitable Foundations provided with Special Visitors or Governors so circumstanced, they have thought it per to pursue their Inquiries concerning them.

The Cases which relate to Special Visitations are, however, numerous, and at present amount to EIGHTY THREE.

· Introduct. Report, vol. i. p. 3.

EXCEPTIONS.

By the 12th. section of the Act, the two Universities of OXFORD and CAMBRIDGE, and the Colleges of ETON, WES MINSTER, and WINCHESTER, and the great Schools of THE CHARTER-House, HarROW, and Rugby, are excepted from Inquiry,-neither is investigation to be made into

any funds applicable to the purposes of Education for the benefit of any persons of the Jewish persuasion, or the

people called Quakers, or persons of the Roman Catholic persuasion, and which shall be under the superintendence and control of persons of such persuasions respectively.

with Charitable Foundations provided with Special Visitors or Governors so circumstanced, they have thought it proper to pursue their Inquiries concerning them.1

The Cases which relate to Special Visitations are, however, numerous, and at present amount to EIGHTY THREE.

· Introduct. Report, vol. i. p. 3.

EXCEPTIONS.

By the 12th. section of the Act, the two Universities of OXFORD and CAMBRIDGE, and the Colleges of Eron, WESTMINSTER, and WINCHESTER,

and the great Schools of THE CHARTER-HOUSE, HARROW, and Rugby, are excepted from Inquiry,-neither is investigation to be made into any funds applicable to the

purposes of Education for the benefit of any persons of the Jewish persuasion, or the people called Quakers, or persons of the Roman Catholic persuasion, and which shall be under the superintendence and control of persons of such persuasions respectively.

KING'S BOUNTY. ·

A GRACIOUS Benevolence of THE SOVEREIGN prevails in the City of London, and in other places, to a large extent, under the appellation of The King's Bounty.

A portion of this Royal donation, to the amount of 10001. is paid into the hands of The Chamberlain of London, in consequence of this a Letter of Exhortation is addressed by the Bishop of the Diocese every year, recommending a subscription in aid of it. A collection is accordingly made, and paid to The Chamberlain, who apportions the total to the several Parishes according to their size, at his discretion.1

Other sums, in furtherance of the King's benevolent measures, are also paid at The Exchequer, for the Charity School in New

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