North Carolina - Acts on Education Topics

An Additional Act to an Act, Intutuled, An Act for Establishing a School-House in the Town of Newbern

1773 - Chapter XVII

The State Records of North Carolina - Volume XXIII, Page 915

I. Whereas the Incorporated Society for promoting and establishing the Public School in New Bern have taken up Four Lots of Land, lying in the said Town, known in the Plan thereof by the Numbers or Figures 313, 327, 328, and 329, and are contiguous to, and in the same Square, in which the said Society have erected a Large and convenient Building, for the Use and Accommodation of the Master and Scholars of the said School; and it being inconvenient that any other Buildings sufficient to save the said Lots should be erected on the same:

II. Be it therefore Enacted, by the Governor, Council, and Assembly, and by the Authority of the same, That the said Building already erected, shall be held, deemed, and taken to be a sufficient Saving and Improvement of the said Lots Number 313, 327, 328, and 329, within the Extent and Meaning of the Act of Assembly in such Case made and provided; and the said four Lots are hereby declared to be saved and improved Lots accordingly, and vested in the Trustees of the said Incorporated Society, and their successors, forever, in Trust and Confidence, to and for the Use of the said School; any Act or Acts of Assembly to the contrary notwithstanding.

Josiah Martin, Esq., Governor
James Hassell, President
John Harvey, Speaker

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