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RULES AND CONDITIONS.

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: BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS.

SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING.

BRECONSHIRE RIFLE COMPETITION.

PRESENTATION TO F. BROUGHTON,…

BRECONSHIRE CHARITIES.

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BRECONSHIRE CHARITIES. From the Commissioners' Report of 1836. PARISH OF LLANVIHANGEL TAL-Y-LLYN. DONOR UNKNOWN This parish has for many years been in possession of a cottage and a small garden, situated in the village of Llanvihangel, said to have been given by a servant of Mrs. Phillips, of Noyadc1 with the condition that the tenant should annuall distribute among the settled poor of the parish 20 worth of bread at Easter. This distribution regularly made at the period above mentioned the presence of the parhocial officers, and fi quently that of the minister. The premises ai worth X2. 10s. per annum, and are occupied by on* John Prosser who was put in by the parish, anc pays no other rent than the bread mentioned above. This parish is likewise possessed of another | cottage situate in the village, but from whom I derived or in what manner is not known. » This tenement has been occupied for upwards of 30 years by a person rent free, but the minister has insisted upon his paying Xl 10s. per annuL. as rent. No payment has yet been received upon f this account, but the money have been promised forthwith, and it will then be carried to the poor's rates. There is no evidence to show that tlill charity property. j The sum of XI is annually received from Hugh Bold, Esq., of Brecon, as a tenant of a piece < j land containing about three roods, situate iu this parish, called Pwll-y-mere. It is not known how ) the parish acquired this property, and there j appears to be no document in existence relating to it. The rent has always been employed in the pur- chase of sacramental bread and wine.

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