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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-600

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4 Ī§ KING'S COLLEGE LONDON ACT 1882 Power to hold Lands The College shall be capable in law to take purchase and hold any goods chattels and personal property and also not- withstanding the Statutes of Mortmain not only such land& buildings and hereditaments as may from time to time be used for the purposes of the College but also any other lands buildings and hereditaments whatsoever within the United Kingdom not exceeding the annual value of Ten thousand pounds to be calculated at the time of their acquiring the same and also to grant demise or dispose of all or any of the property of the College and to do all other acts incidental or appertaining to body Corporate Purposes of the College The College shall continue as body politic and corporate for the purpose of giving instruction in the various branches of Literature and Science and the doctrines and duties of Christianity as the same are inculcated by the Church of England shall be taught in the College under the superin- tendence of Principal and Head Master Professors and Tutors and such other Masters and Instructors as shall from time to time be appointed in the manner hereafter mentioned Places in which the Business of the College may he carried on The business of the College may be carried on not only in the said premises and buildings at or near Somerset House but also in any other premises and buildings within Ten miles from Somerset House which the College may acquire or lease from time to time The College may establish Halls Colleges and Schools at any place or places within Fifteen miles of Somerset House and may acquire lease or build from time to time such premises as they deem convenient for such pur- poses and all such premises where the business of the College is carried on or where instruction is given by the College shall be considered part of the College for all the purposes of this Act And the College may give to persons of both sexes instruction as aforesaid in the doctrines and duties of Christi- anity as inculcated by the Church of England and in Literature and Science
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