Difference between revisions of ".MTkyMTU.NzY4MTE"

From Transcribe Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(2 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
Whereas for a Continuall Supply of the Ministrey for the Chuch of Virga: for the Pious Education of Youth in Morality and good Learning and for the Ppogation [Propagation] of the Xtian faith in the Wes Indies Proposions [Propositions] have been made by Certain Psons [Persons] piously Inclined for the Founding and Erecting a Colledge or place of Universall Study within this Dominion of Virga. Psuent [Pursuant] to which Said proposcons [propositions] Certain briefs were at Severall [fines? fine? fined?] Youed for [International? Informational? Inscriptions?] to be made of free and Vollantary Donation towards the promote-ing and Carrying on so good a Work to which said Briefs or [Information? Instruments?] of Writeing Sevorall [illegible] did Subscribe for [illegible] [Fund?] of Money (to [be? Go?] and other things & did by Such [illegible] obliges [whomever?] their heirs [bob?] and [illegible] to pay this Said [Fevorall? Favorable?] Fund of money [to? no?] bond and other things in this Said [illegible] mentioned at a time there to Come to Such [illegible] or [illegible] as by Law Should be appointed to [illegible] the [Saint? Said?] now to the end that the building [and/plus] [fortifying?] the Said College may be [illegible] [SC? South Carolina?] [an? on?] with the greater [eats?] and in [production?] and for the [The? on?] of all Doubts and [illegible] about the [illegible] Do Be it Enacted by the Government and Burgesses and the Enacted that this May the [Governor? Government?] and [illegible] Henry [Hartwoll? Hartwell? Hartwall?] and of James Blair John [illegible] Stephen for are and [illegible] Grey Clerks John Smith [illegible] in [Hamilton?] and [illegible] [Cary?] Governor William Randolph [4th?] and Matthew Cage [Governor?] [of] [illegible] and founder of the College of William and Mary in Virginia on the May part of them or of the Longest [Livers? Livors?] or the Longest [Lover?] of them and [hub?] or those Powers Shall be and are hereby Declared to be [illegible] [apart?] and [illegible] in Law and [Suffer...?] [illegible] by the Charter Granted by this [illegible] May the and the [Case?] [illegible] of beloved memory to take and [revived? reviewed?] all Such [illegible] or Donational as before the date of this act by my Obligation or [Subobligation?] have been made or [grown?] towards the building Erecting and founding a free Schools and College within that [Collary?] and Dominion of Virginia and that in [Case?] of [illegible] or nonpayment of the Said [illegible] or Donational or any part thereof by any [illegible] or [illegible] whatsoever the Said [illegible] [illegible] and the [work?] of the [illegible] and founders afore mentioned or the major part of whom or of [this? the?]Longest Laws or the Longest [illegible] of them and his or their heirs Shall
+
[at top, added later in pencil]  Oct 1696
 +
 
 +
Whereas for a Continuall Supply of the Ministrey for the Church of Virga: for the Pious Education of Youth in Morality and good Learning and for the Ppogation [Propagation] of the Xtian faith in the Wes Indies Proposions [Propositions] have been made by Certain Psons [Persons] piously Inclined for the Founding and Erecting a Colledge or place of Universall Study within this Dominion of Virga. Psuent [Pursuant] to which Said proposcons [propositions] Certain briefs were at Severall times issued for subscriptions to be made of free and Vollantary Donations towards the promoteing and Carrying on so good a Work to which said Briefs or Instruments of Writeing Sevorall Psons did Subscribe for Divers Sums  of Money (illegible]] and other things & did by Such Subscriptions oblige themselves their heirs Exts [Executors] and Admts [Administrators] to pay the Said Severall Sums of money [illegible] and other things in this Said Subscriptions mentioned at a time then to Come to Such Pson or Psons as by Law Should be appointed to receive the Land now to the end that the building now to the building & furnishing the Said College may be Carryed out with the greater ease and Expedition and for the [text missing] of all Doubts and disputes about the Psons whom the said [text missing] Be it Enacted by the Governt and Burgesses and the Enacted [voluminous text missing] Harry Hartwell and [text missing] James Blair John [illegible] Stephen [ffonall?] and Samuell  Grey Clerks John Smith Benjamin Harrison in [Hamilton?] and [Miles?] [Cary?] Gent. Wm Randolph Esqr and Matthew Cage Gent [illegible] and Founders of the College of William and Mary in Virga or the Major part of them or of the Longest Livers or the Longest Liver of them and [illegible] or their heirs Shall be and are hereby Declared to be Psons apt and Capable in Law and Sufficiently Impowered by the Charter Granted by his Psent [Present] Majtie and the [illegible] [illegible] of blessed memory to take and receive all Such [illegible] or Donational as before the date of this Act by my Obligation or Subscription have been made or given towards the building Erecting and founding a Free Schoole and College within that Collony and Dominion of Virga and that in Case of Refuseall or Nonpayment of the Said Subscriptions or Donational or any part thereof by any Pson or Psons whatsoever the Said ffrancis Nicholson and the rest of the [illegible] and founders afore mentoned or the major part of them or of the Longest Livers or the Longest Liver of them and his or their heirs Shall

Revision as of 16:14, 20 July 2019

[at top, added later in pencil] Oct 1696

Whereas for a Continuall Supply of the Ministrey for the Church of Virga: for the Pious Education of Youth in Morality and good Learning and for the Ppogation [Propagation] of the Xtian faith in the Wes Indies Proposions [Propositions] have been made by Certain Psons [Persons] piously Inclined for the Founding and Erecting a Colledge or place of Universall Study within this Dominion of Virga. Psuent [Pursuant] to which Said proposcons [propositions] Certain briefs were at Severall times issued for subscriptions to be made of free and Vollantary Donations towards the promoteing and Carrying on so good a Work to which said Briefs or Instruments of Writeing Sevorall Psons did Subscribe for Divers Sums of Money (illegible]] and other things & did by Such Subscriptions oblige themselves their heirs Exts [Executors] and Admts [Administrators] to pay the Said Severall Sums of money [illegible] and other things in this Said Subscriptions mentioned at a time then to Come to Such Pson or Psons as by Law Should be appointed to receive the Land now to the end that the building now to the building & furnishing the Said College may be Carryed out with the greater ease and Expedition and for the [text missing] of all Doubts and disputes about the Psons whom the said [text missing] Be it Enacted by the Governt and Burgesses and the Enacted [voluminous text missing] Harry Hartwell and [text missing] James Blair John [illegible] Stephen [ffonall?] and Samuell Grey Clerks John Smith Benjamin Harrison in [Hamilton?] and [Miles?] [Cary?] Gent. Wm Randolph Esqr and Matthew Cage Gent [illegible] and Founders of the College of William and Mary in Virga or the Major part of them or of the Longest Livers or the Longest Liver of them and [illegible] or their heirs Shall be and are hereby Declared to be Psons apt and Capable in Law and Sufficiently Impowered by the Charter Granted by his Psent [Present] Majtie and the [illegible] [illegible] of blessed memory to take and receive all Such [illegible] or Donational as before the date of this Act by my Obligation or Subscription have been made or given towards the building Erecting and founding a Free Schoole and College within that Collony and Dominion of Virga and that in Case of Refuseall or Nonpayment of the Said Subscriptions or Donational or any part thereof by any Pson or Psons whatsoever the Said ffrancis Nicholson and the rest of the [illegible] and founders afore mentoned or the major part of them or of the Longest Livers or the Longest Liver of them and his or their heirs Shall