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" I observe, that many of the witnesses say, that, as a grammar school, this will be of no benefit to them. Now that is a consideration with which, if the loss of benefit is not improperly produced, I have nothing to do ; for if the founder thought fit... "
Annual Report on Harvard University - Σελίδα 37
των Harvard University - 1853
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of ..., Τόμος 2

Edward Jacob, John Walker, John Scott Earl of Eldon - 1823
...Dr. Hartley. It could not be clone justly, unless it were a matter of absolute judicial necessity. I observe, that many of the witnesses say, that, as...produced, I have nothing to do ; for, if the founder thought fit to establish a grammar school, and if afterwards, from different notions about education...

Papers ... Also the Results of the Statistical Enquiries of the Society, Τόμος 2

Central Society of Education (London, England) - 1838
...the same learned judge said, — and his remarks contain all that need be added on this head, — " I observe that many of the witnesses say, that, as a grammar school, this (Bingley School) will be of no benefit to them. Now that is a consideration with which, if the loss...

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Central society of education - 1838
...case, the same learned judge said,—and his remarks contain all that need be added on this head,—" I observe that many of the witnesses say, that, as a grammar school, this (Bingley School) will be of no benefit to them. Now that is a consideration with which, if the loss...

Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme ..., Τόμος 69

Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1869
...Hartley, 2 Jac. & Walk. 382, 383, which was an application to change a public charity. Lord Eldon said : " I observe, that many of the witnesses say, that, as...produced, I have nothing to do ; for if the founder thought fit to establish a grammar school, and if afterwards, from different notions about education...

The Doctrine of Cy Pres as Applied to Charities: Being the Meredith Prize ...

Robert Hunter McGrath - 1887 - 74 σελίδες
...of the objects of the charity.1 "I observe," said Lord Eldon in The Attorney General vs. Hartley,' "that many of the witnesses say, that, as a grammar...produced, I have nothing to do ; for if the founder thought fit to establish a grammar school, and if afterwards, from different notions about education...

The Modernization of Charity an Explanation of Philadelphia Foundation

William Purves Gest - 1920 - 31 σελίδες
...Pres, page 37. • Id., page 38. r "I observe," said Lord Bldon in The Attorney General vs. Hartley, "that many of the witnesses say, that, as a grammar...produced, I have nothing to do; for if the founder thought fit to establish a grammar school, and if afterwards, from different notions about education...




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