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A short history of the Charitable Corporation

A short history of the Charitable Corporation

From the date of their charter, to their late petition. In which is contain"d a succinct history of the frauds discovered in the management of their affairs, ... Addressed to the publick companies in Britain.

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Published by printed for A. Millar in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination30p.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22411805M

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A short history of the Charitable Corporation from the date of their charter, to their late petition: in which is contain'd a succinct history of the frauds discovered in the management of their affairs, which occasion'd the proprietors application to Parliament: the nature of the trust reposed in directors is accurately examined, and the reasonableness of their making satisfaction for male.

A short history of the Charitable Corporation: from the date of their charter, to their late petition: in which is contain'd a succinct history of the frauds discovered in the management of their affairs, which occasion'd the proprietors application to Parliament: the nature of the trust reposed in directors is accurately examined, and the reasonableness of their making satisfaction for.

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