HC Deb 10 August 1866 vol 184 c2166

1. AN Act to authorize the Sale of the Entailed Estate of Arden in the County of Dumbarton, and to apply the Prices to be received for the same in the Purchase of other Lands in Scotland to be entailed in lieu thereof.

2. An Act for the better Regulation of Doctor Blythe's Benefaction to Clare College, Cambridge.

3. An Act to authorize a Sale of Part of the Estates of the late Joseph Taylor of Gledhow Mount in the Parish of Leeds in the West Riding of the County of York, Esquire.

4. An Act for authorizing the Trustees of the Will of the Reverend Edward Berkeley Troyte, Doctor of Laws, deceased, to pull down the existing Family Mansion of Huntsham Court, and to build a new Family Mansion on a fresh Site on Part of the Estates subject to the Limitations of the same Will, situate in the Parish of Huntsham in the County of Devon; and for other Purposes.

5. An Act for authorizing a Lease to the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the Borough of Bradford in the County of York of Part of the Settled Estates devised by the Will of Benjamin Rawson Esquire, deceased.

6. An Act for authorizing Leases and Sales of Estates in the West Riding of the County of York which are subject to the Limitations of the Will of Ann Walker deceased.

7. An Act to confirm an Agreement with respect to the Estate of the late Agnes Hamilton, and to provide for the Administration of the Funds left by her for the Payment of Annuities.

8. An Act for the better Regulation of Market Bosworth School.

9. An Act for amending "Charles Shiels' Almshouses Charity Act, 1864."

10. An Act for the Partition or Division of certain Estates in the Counties of Flint and Denbigh formerly Property of Dorothea Lloyd and others.

11. An Act to authorize the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Grocers of the City of London, as Trustees under the Will of Dame Margaret Slaney deceased, to consent to the Union of the Benefices of Allhallows Staining and Saint Catherine Coleman in the City of London, and for enabling the Trustees to carry into more complete Effect the Trusts of the Will.

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