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[School-Building Form No. 9.] STATEMENT of the Funds COLLECTED and PROMISED, towards the

EXPENDITURE on the proposed School-BUILDINGS, &c., and of the sources from which the ANNUAL INCOME of the School will be derived.

s.

OUTLAY on ERECTION of SCHOOL-BUILDINGS.

The estimated expenditure on account of the site, drainage, boundary walls, out-houses, school-buildings, fittings of the schoolrooms, and of the legal and other incidental expenses is £

£.

d. Towards this outlay the promoters of the In addition to this sum, they expect to

raise by subscriptions and donations
They have also been promised the follow-
ing assistance, viz. :-
From the

Society
From the

Society
From the

Board

Total sum expected to be raised £

The promoters therefore apprehend a deficiency in their

funds for the erection of the school-buildings of

EXPECTED SOURCES of ANNUAL INCOME. The promoters expect to obtain the following sums annually towards the support of the schools. From subscriptions and donations

£
From annual collections

£
From annual produce of endowment
From school pence
From other sources of income
From Committee of Council, towards salary of

schoolmaster and mistress having the certifi-
cate required in their Lordships' Minutes of
December, 1846

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Signed this

day of

184 Correspondent on behalf of the promoters of the school, Residence Post town

PRINTED FORMS, INSTRUCTIONS, INQUIRIES, &C. Applicable to Cases in which Annual Aid is sought, under the

Minutes of the Committee of Council, of August and December 1846.

N.B. Form No. I is a form of Memorial for the Apprenticeship of Pupil Teachers or Stipendiary Monitors; the Forms severally numbered II., V., VIII., IX., X., XI., xil., XIII., XIV., XVII., XVIII., XIX., XX., XXI., XXIII., are Forms of Reports used by Her Majesty's Inspectors of Schools, and Forms of Letters accompanying the following Forms.

(Grants under Minutes of 1846. Form No. III. (England and

Wales).] PRELIMINARY STATEMENT respecting the Income and EXPENDITURE

of the School, in cases where the School has been erected with Aid from the Committee of Council, and where a Grant is sought under

the Minutes of August and December, 1846. 1. Annual income of the school.

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Does the school receive any, and, if so, what annual aid from any

general and permanent charitable endowment, such as Betton's

Charity ? Does the school receive any, and, if so, what annual aid from any

general fund arising from annual voluntary subscriptions or col

lections ? 2. Annual expenditure of the school.

Salary

Salary of
Salary of

On Books On Fuel
Salary of
of
Assistant

Other
Infant

On
Mistress.

and

and

Teachers Master.

Incidental Total. Mistress.

Stationery Lights. (If any).

Repairs.

Expenses. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. 8. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. 8. d. £. s. d.

3. How is the deficiency (if any) supplied ? Are there any debts re

maining to be liquidated except those of the current year?

4. Has the teacher any income, and how much, from any of the fol

lowing sources.

Description
of Employment.

Time occupied

therein.

Amount of Income therefrom.

From any public employment
From any trade or business .

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5. Is the application for a grant,
a. In augmentation of the salary-

Of a master ?
Of a mistress ?

Of both ?
b. For the apprenticeship of pupil teachers or stipendiary monitors?
[N.B. Application may be made on behalf of the same school for each

of the foregoing forms of assistance. This preliminary statement should be filled up and signed in duplicate, for which purpose two copies are enclosed. Each of these copies, when

filled up and signed, should be returned to this office.] 6. Is it the wish of the managers that some time should elapse for

preparation before the examinations occur, or may they take place

immediately ? 7. Is the teacher provided with a house rent-free?

The above questions, and the replies to them, were read and signed at a meeting of the School Committee (or Trustees) of the School, duly convened on this

day of

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[Grants under Minutes of 1846. Form No. IV. (Scotland).] PRELIMINARY STATEMENT respecting the Income and EXPENDITURE

of the School, in cases where the School has been erected with Aid from the Committee of Council, and where a Grant is sought under

the Minutes of August and December, 1846. 1. Is the school, by its trust-deed, connected with

a. The Church of Scotland ?

b. Any other, and, if so, what religious communion ? 2. Annual income of the school.

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3. Is the teacher supplied with a house rent-free?

Does the school receive any, and, if so, what annual aid from

Dick's Bequest or Mylne's Charity, or any other general and

permanent charitable endowment ? Does the school receive any, and, if so, what annual aid from

any general fund arising from annual voluntary subscriptions

or collections ? 4. Annual expenditure of the school.

Salary

Salary of
Salary of

On Books
Assistant
On Fuel

Other
Salary of
of
Infant

On
Mistress.

and
Teachers
and

Total.

Incidental
Master.
Mistress.

Stationery. Lights.
(if any).

Repairs.

Expenses. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. 8. d. £. s. d. £. $. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d. £. s. d.

5. How is the deficiency (if any) supplied ? Are there any debts re

maining to be liquidated except those of the current year? 6. Has the teacher any income, and how much, from any of the fol

lowing sources:
As session clerk ?
As heritor's clerk ?
As collector of parochial assessments ?
As inspector of the poor?
From any other public employment ?

From any trade or business ?
7. Is the application for a grant,
a. In augmentation of the salary-

Of a master ?
Of a mistress ?

Of both?
b. For the apprenticeship of pupil teachers or stipendiary monitors ?
(N.B. Application may be made on behalf of the same school for

each of the foregoing forms of assistance. This preliminary statement should be filled up and signed in duplicate, for which purpose two copies are enclosed. Each of these copies,

when filled up and signed, should be returned to this office.] 8. Is it the wish of the managers that some time should elapse for

preparation before the examinations occur, or may they take place

immediately? 9. Examinations have been fixed to be held, during the year 1848, at

the following places, viz.;
Edinburgh (1 May and 18 September).
Glasgow (15 May and 11 September).
Aberdeen (6 June and 25 September).

Inverness (13 June and 2 October).
Dumfries (4 September).
Wick (9 October).
[You are requested to draw a line through the name of the place and

the date, at which you wish your master to be examined.] The above questions, and the replies to them, were read and signed at a meeting of the School Committee (or Trustees) of the School, duly convened on this

184

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(Grants under Minutes of 1846. Form No. VI. (England and

Wales.)] PRELIMINARY Statement respecting the TENURE, Size, and Con

DITION of the School BUILDING, the INCOME and ExpeNDITURE of the School, in cases in which the School has not been erected with Aid from the Committee of Council, and where a Grant is sought under the Minutes of August and December, 1846.

TENURE. 1. When the site and school-buildings are conveyed to trustees for the

education of the poor alone, or jointly with other uses, state the
following particulars :-

a. The date of the deed.
b. The date of its enrolment.
c. The names of the surviving trustees.
d. The names of the school managers.
e. Here insert a copy of the clauses, setting forth the entire

trusts contained in the deed, and the provisions for the
management of the school.
[If these clauses be too long to be inserted here, they may be copied,

and sent on a separate sheet.] 2. If the school-buildings are erected on a site held in trust for religious

uses exclusively, state-
a. Whether the school-rooms are attached to or are completely

separate from, or whether they are under the same roof
with a church, chapel, or other building used for Divine
worship. [Let a plan of the school-rooms and contiguous

buildings be drawn in the margin, or sent herewith.] b. Transmit a copy of the trust-deed. c. To what persons, and under what regulations, is the manage

ment of the school to be confided. [Transmit a copy of

the regulations.] 3. If the school-buildings are part of the property of an ancient endow

ment-
a. Refer to the volume and page of the Charity Commissioners'

Reports in which that endowinent is described.
b. State whether the site and school-buildings are secured by

any existing legal instrument, or in what other manner.

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