• Chapter
    6 George IV – Chapter 29
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  • Description
    A continuation of an act passed in 1811, which was an amendment to an act first passed in 1780. The original act granted a sum of money for the erection of a public school in Halifax, and established various regulations concerning the running of said school. The amendment concerns the number of boys to be sent to the school without having to pay tuition, the appointment of commissioners, and the dismissal of school masters or ushers who refuse to follow the regulations as set out by the commissioners.
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