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1855. Marriages in the Parish of

Residence.

SCHEDULE (C.)
in the County (or Burgh) of Edinburgh. Registered by John Smith, Registrar.
Condition.

Parents'

If irregular,
If a regular

Date of

When and
Children by

Marriage,
Extract

where
Rank or
Widower each former Birthplace,

Rank, Signatures Sentence of
Profession,

registered,
Marriage.
and when

Profesof Conviction,

and
and Rela-
Widow,

and where
Names.

Officiating or Decree of

sion, or tionship of

Signature
whether
registered.

Occupa-
Minister Declarator,

of
Parties
Second

tion.

and and in what (if related).

Registrar. or Third

Witnesses. Court proMarriage.

nounced.

If a

No.

or

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Age.

Living

Dead.

March 4th.
At Edin-
burgh.

On March William 6, High Street, Chelmsford, 32 Carpenter Widower,

Born and Peter

James

UpholThird, 1855. Hastings Edinburgh.

Essex.

Second

registered | Hastings, sterer. Brown, At Edinburgh :

Maron + May deceased,

Minister of riage.

1822, at and Ann Marriage

School

High (after Banns)

Bristol. Hastings, mistress.

Church,
Maiden

Edinburgh.
was solem-

Name
nised between
us according Sophia Ann 4, Hamilton 4, Hamilton

20 Dressmaker Spinster.

Born and Payne.
to the Rites Mitchell. Place, Edin- Place, Edin-

regis tered John Butcher.

John and Ceremoburgh. burgh.

at Perth. Mitchell

Hastings,

and
nies of the

Witness,
Established

Sarah

Jane

Mitchell,
Church of

Mitchell,

Maiden
Scotland.

Witness.
Name
Evans,

deceased. [The Words and Figures in Italics in this Scheilule to be filled in as the Case may be.]

John

Smith,
Registrar.

SCHEDULE (D.)
Minister of

do hereby certify, That I have this Day baptized by the Name of a (state the Sex) Child produced to me by as the Child of A. B. and C. D. of

and declared by the said

to have been born at in the County of

on the

Day of One thousand eight hundred and

. Witness my Hand, Day of

One thousand eight hundred and

Minister.

this

SCHEDULE (E.)

do hereby certify, that the Child named was born at

in the County of on the Day of

One thousand eight hundred and ; that A. B. and

C. D., of , are the Parents of the said Child; and that the Name

was given to the said Child on the Day of

One thousand eight hundred and according to the Rules or Usage of the Sect or Persuasion of

to which the said Parents belong. Witness my Hand, this

Day of

One thousand eight hundred and

[Signed by Parent or Guardian of Child.]

SCHEDULE (F.) To the Registrar of the Parish Cor District] of in the County (or Burgh] of

Take notice, That the Court of Session (or other competent Court), upon the Day of

18 , pronounced Decree in an Action before the said Court, at the Instance of [Pursuer's Name and Description), against [Defender's Name and Description), relating to the Paternity of [describe the Child), finding that the said Child was the illegitimate Child of the said [Pursuer and Defender's Names]. Witness my Hand, this Day of

One thousand eight hundred and

[Signed by the Clerk of Court.]

SCHEDULE (G.)
To the Registrar of the Parish (or District] of
in the County (or Burgh] of
I hereby certify, That I attended

, who was apparently aged

Years; that I last saw him for her)on the Day of 185; that he (or she died

on

; and

on the

Day of
185 at

; that the Cause of his [or her] Death was that the Disease had continued

Witness my Hand, this Day of

One thousand eight hundred and

Signed
Profession
Residence

upon the

Day of

SCHEDULE (H.) To the Registrar of the Parish (or District of in the County Cor Burgh] of

Take Notice, That

18 the Body of A.B. of

was buried in the [here insert the Name of the Churchyard or other Place of Interment.] Witness my Hand, this

One thousand eight hundred and

[Signed by the Undertaker or Person having Charge of the Funeral, or the Person having Charge of the Place of Interment.]

Day of

SCHEDULE (I.) I

Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in the Parish (or District of

in the County Cor Burgh) of

do hereby certify, That the Death of A.B. of

was duly registered by me on the Day of

One thousand eight hundred and

Witness my Hand, this Day of One thousand eight hundred and

Registrar.

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; or that

SCHEDULE (K.) To the Registrar of the Parish (or District] of in the County (or Burgh] of

Take notice that A.B., a Justice of Peace for the County of convicted C.D. of

of having irregularly contracted a Marriage with E.F. of the Court of Session (or other competent Court), upon the Day of

18

, pronounced Decree in an Action of Declarator of Marriage before the said Court, at the Instance of G.H. [Pursuer's Name and Description), against I.K. [Defender's Name and Description], finding that G.H. of and I.K. of

had intermarried. Witness my Hand, this

One thousand eight hundred and
[Signed by the Clerk of Court.]

CAP.

Day of

CAP. LXXXI.

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An Act to make further Provision for the good Government and Extension of the University of Oxford, of the Colleges therein, and of the College of Saint Mary Winchester.

[7th August 1854.] WHEREAS it is expedient, for the Advancement of Reli

gion and Learning, to enlarge the Powers of making and altering Statutes and Regulations now possessed by the University of Oxford and the Colleges thereof, and to make and enable to be made further Provision for the Government and for the Extension of the said University, and for the Abrogation of Oaths now taken therein, and otherwise for main

taining and improving the Discipline and Studies and the good • Government of the said University of Oxford and the Colleges • thereof;' Be it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent jesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled,

and by the Authority of the same, as follows: Appointment of I. The several Persons herein-after named, (that is to say,) Commissioners.

the Right Honourable Dudley Earl of Harrowby, the Right Honourable Francis Earl of Ellesmere, the Right Reverend Father in God Charles Thomas Lord Bishop of Ripon, the Honourable Sir John Taylor Coleridge, One of the Justices of the Court of Queen's Bench, the Very Reverend George Henry Sacheverel Johnson the Dean of Wells, Sir John Wither Audry, late Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Bombay, and George Cornewall Lewis Esquire, shall be Commissioners for the Purposes of this Act, and shall have a Common Seal,

and Three of the said Commissioners shall be a Quorum. Duration of

II. The Powers hereby conferred on the Commissioners Powers of Com shall be in force until the First Day of January One thousand

eight hundred and fifty-seven, and it shall be lawsul for Her Majesty if she shall think fit, by and with the Advice of Her Privy Council, to continue the same until the First Day of January One thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight, and

no longer. Vacancy in

III. If any Vacancy occurs in the Number of such ConNumber of Commissioners.

missioners by means of Death, Resignation, or Incapacity to act,

Her Majesty may fill up such Vacancy. Commissioners IV. In the Exercise of the Authorities hereby vested in the empowered to Commissioners they shall have Power to require from any Officer require Production of of the University of Oxford, or of any College or Hall therein, Documents, &c. the Production of any Documents or Accounts relating to such

University, College, or Hall, and any Information relating to the Revenues, Statutes, Usages, or Practice thereof respectively; and no Oath which may have been taken by any such Officer shall be pleadable in bar of any Authorities of the said Coinmissioners.

V. Upon

missioners.

V. Upon the Fourteenth Day of Michaelmas Term One Constitution of thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, all Powers, Privileges, the University. and Functions now possessed or exercised by the Hebdomadal Establishment Board of the said University shall cease, and upon the Fifteenth Council. Day of the said Michaelmas Term One thousand eight hundred and fifty-four there shall be elected in manner herein-after mentioned a Council, which shall be called the Hebdomadal Council, to which shall be transferred immediately after the Election thereof all Powers, Privileges, and Functions now possessed or exercised by the Hebdomadal Board of the said University.

VI. The Hebdomadal Council shall consist of the Chan- Composition of cellor, the Vice Chancellor, the Proctors, Six Heads of Colleges Hebdomadal or Halls, Six Professors of the University, and Six Members of Council. Convocation of not less than Five Years standing, such Heads of Colleges or Halls, Professors, and Members of Convocation

cted by the Congregation herein-after mentioned of the said University, and the Chancellor, or in his Absence the ViceChancellor or his Deputy, being a Member of the Hebdomadal Council, shall be the President of such Hebdomadal Council: As to Heads of Provided always, that nothing herein contained shall be held Professors to prevent the Head of any College or Hall who is a Professor being returned being returned or continuing to sit as One of the Six Professors, Professors, or or the Head of any College or Hall, or a Professor, being Members of returned or continuing to sit as One of the Six Members of Convocation. Convocation; and if any Person shall be elected a Member of Persons elected the Hebdomadal Council in Two or more Classes he shall, when in Two or he first takes his Seat in the Council, declare under which Class declare under he desires to sit, and his Seat for the other shall be forthwith which Class vacated.

they will sit. VII. The Hebdomadal Council shall meet for the Despatch Date of of Business on the Fifteenth Day of Michaelmas Term One Meeting. thousand eight hundred and fifty-four.

VIII. Of the Six Persons to be then elected together out of Periodical each of the Classes of Heads of Colleges or Halls, Professors, vacating of and Members of Convocation, the Three Juniors of each Class

Seats. in Academical Standing, reckoned from Matriculation, shall vacate_their Seats at the Expiration of the Third Year from such Day within the then current Academical Year as shall be named by the Hebdomadal Council in that Behalf; and all the other Persons to be then elected shall vacate their Seats at the Expiration of the Sixth Year from the said Day; and all other Persons elected from Time to Time, except such as shall be so elected upon casual Vacancies, shall vacate their Seats at the Expiration of Six Years; and the Election to supply the Places of the Persons so vacating their Seats shall be made

upon

the Day on which Seats are vacated.

IX. All such Persons whatsoever shall be capable of Re- Members may election.

be re-elected, X. Any casual Vacancy occurring by Death, Resignation, Filling-up of or otherwise among such Persons shall be filled by the Election casual

of

acan.

cies.

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