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The London Gazette.


Crawley Down, All Saints - Setting of grant for improving parsonage.


2 May 1879.


WE, the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England, in consideration of a benefaction, consisting of one hundred pounds sterling, which has been paid to us in favour of the vicarage of All Saints, Crawley Down, in the county of Sussex, and in the diocese of Chichester, do hereby, in pursuance of the Act of the twenty-ninth and thirtieth years of Her Majesty, chapter one hundred and eleven, sections five and eleven, grant and appropriate out of our common fund to the said vicarage of All Saints, Crawley Down, to meet such benefaction, one other capital sum of one hundred pounds sterling, to be applicable towards defraying the cost of enlarging the parsonage or house of residence belonging to the said vicarage, according to plans and a specification approved or to be approved by us, such capital sum, or the balance thereof unapplied to such purpose, to remain in the meantime in our hands at interest after the rate of three pounds per centum per annum, and such interest to be paid to the Incumbent for the time being of the said vicarage of All Saints, Crawley Down.

In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our common seal, this twenty-fourth day of April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine. (L.S.)

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Transcribed by: Michael Metcalfe.

Church(es) covered:

All Saints.

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