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APPENDIX A. Teachers subject to the approbation of the said CommisII. Forms of

sioners, and of removing them of their own authority. AND Leases and WHEREAS the said

desirous that a National Assignment. School to be called

National School, should be established on the principles aforesaid, on the lot of · ground hereinafter demised; and the said

has been nominated as Patron of the said intended National School, and has been approved of by the said Commissioners, and has been invested with authority to appoint a Successor, subject to the conditions hereinafter more particularly set forth. Now this INDENTURE WITNESSETH that the said

in order to promote the said object, granted and demised, and by these Presents demise unto the said Commissioners of National Education in Ireland, all that Lot of Ground described in the Map thereof on the margin of these Presents delineated, situate in the Townland of

Parish of

Barony of and County of

containing and bounded

To hold the same to the said Commissioners of National Education in Ireland, from the day of the date of these Presents, for and during

Yielding therefor during the said term, the Rent of One Penny on the Feast of St. Michael, in every year, if same shall be demanded. And it is hereby expressed and declared, and it is the true intent and meaning of these Presents, and of the several and respective Parties hereto, that each and every School to be kept and established, on the Premises hereby demised, shall be kept open for a competent number of hours in each day, at the discretion of the said Commissioners, and shall, during said hours, be used for Moral and Literary Education only ; and that one day in each week, or part of a day in the week, independently of Sunday, shall be set apart for the Religious Instruction of the Children, on which day or part of a day, such Pastors or other Persons as may be approved of by the Parents or Guardians of the Children respectively shall have access to them in the School-room for that purpose, whether those Pastors or Persons shall have signed the original Application or not. And also, that convenient opportunity be afforded to them for the same purpose on other days of the week, and that where any course of Religious Instruction is to be pursued in any such School as aforesaid, during Schoolhours, to which the Parents or Guardians of any of the Children attending such School shall object, an arrangement shall be made for having such Instruction given to those who are to receive it at a stated time, or in a separate place, 80 that no Children whose Parents or Guardians object to their being so, be compelled to receive or to be present at it. And further, that no Books shall be used in the ordinary school business, save and except those which shall be reported to, and sanctioned by the said Commissioners. And further, that if any other Books than the Holy Scrip

tures, or the Standard Books of the Church to which the APPENDIX A. Children using them belong be employed in communicating u. Forms of Religious Instruction, then, and in such case, the title of Leases and each such Book or Books shall be made known to the said Assignment. Commissioners. And further, that all the Master or Masters, Teacher or Teachers of each and every such School for the time being, shall not only in the first instance, if the said Commissioners shall see fit, before he, she, or they shall be so appointed, have received previous Instruction in the General Normal Establishment in Dublin, or at one of the District Model Schools of the said Commissioners, and shall also have obtained from the said Commissioners, if the said Commissioners shall so think fit, testimonials of good conduct and general fitness, but shall be liable to be fined and removed, or suspended from time to time, and at all times when and as often as the said Commissioners shall deem it necessary in such way and maner as they shall dee expedient, or see fit, upon good and sufficient cause being shown. And further, that the Public of all denominations, whether Clergy or Laity, shall have access to each and every such School, in the manner and under the restrictions particularly set forth in the Rules and Regulations of the said Commissioners, under the head and title of “ Inspection of Schools,” to observe how such School may be conducted. And that no meetings of any kind whatever be summoned, held, or convened, or permitted so to be in any such School-bouse, or in any part or room thereof, or on the Premises hereby conveyed or intended so to be, save such as may relate exclusively to the business thereof; and that no Petition or Document of any kind whatsoever, save such as may relate exclusively to the business of the said School, be brought or carried into any such Schoolhouse or Premises, or any part thereof, for signature or otherwise ; and that such School-house or Premises, or any part thereof, shall not be converted into a place of Public Worship, or used for any purpose save that of such School ; and that from and after the day of the date of these Presents, every such School-house shall be kept in full and sufficient repair by the said Commissioners, and that Local Contributions shall be raised towards payment of the Teachers' Salary of such School, after the manner set forth in the Rules and Regulations of the said Commissioners. PROVIDED Always, and it is hereby further expressed and declared to be the true intent and meaning of these Presents, and of the several Parties hereto, that in case the said

as Patron, shall be desirous of being discharged from the management of said School, or shall go or reside out of Ireland, or shall neglect or refuse, or become incapable to act as such Patron, or shall be anxious for any reason to be relieved from the Patronage of said School, it shall and may be lawful for him to nominate and appoint a Person, who shall in the case of any of the events before mentioned arising, or in case of his death, succeed him as Patron; and that such successor shall

APPENDIX A. have a like power of nomination, and such successor in each II. Forms of

case, with the approval of the said Commissioners, shall act Lenses and as Patron accordingly; and in the event of such Patron or Assignment. any of his successors declining, neglecting, or refusing to

exercise the powers of appointment hereby given as aforesaid, that then, and in all or any of such case or cases, it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Commissioners to nominate and appoint snch new Patron in the room of any such Patron as aforesaid, for the management of said School. And the said

hereby for and Heirs, Executors, Administrators, and Assigns, covenant and agree to and with the said Commissioners, that he and they, their and his Heirs, Executors, Arlministrators, and Assigns, shall and will, from time to time, and at all times liereafter, upon thie

request of the said Commissioners, and at own proper cost and charges, do, perform, and execute all and every such further and other act and arts, deed and deals, assignment, conveyance, release, and assurance in the law whatsoever, for corroborating and confirming these Presents as by the said Con:inissioners or their Counsel learned in the law, shall, in that behalf, be resonably advised, devised, required, lemande, or directed. And the said

covenant with the said Commissioners of National Education in Ireland, that the said Commissioners, paying the said rent, if demanded, shall and may peaceably and quietly possess and enjoy the said premises for the said term without any disturbance from the said

Heirs, Executors, Alministrators, and Assigns. In Witness whereof the said hereunto put

Iland and Scal and the said Commissioners have caused their Corporate Seal to be ailixed hereto, the Day and Year first above written. Signed, Sealed, and Delivered by the said

in the presence of

БET WEEN

2.Form B of Lease to the Commissioners of National

Education in their Corporate capacity.
THIS INDENTURE MADE the

day of
in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight
Hundred and
of the first Part ;

of the second Part ; and THE COMMISSIONERS OF NATIONAL EDUCATION IN IRELAND, of the third Part. WHEREAS the said Commissioners, by Her Majesty's Royal Charter, bearing date the 26th day of August, in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-five, have been incorporated, and are by said Charter empowered to take and hold Lands as therein mentioned. AND WHEREAS the Education of the Poor of Ireland has been, lieretofore, and is now carried on by the said Commissioners, on the principle of avoiding all inter

as

ference whatsoever with conscientious scruples on the score APPENDIX A. of religion, and accordingly, the Schools under their control 11. Fons of are open alike to Chikiren of all religious denominations ; Leases and and no Child is required to be present at any religious in- Assignment. struction or exercise of which his Parents or Guardiaus may disapprove, and opportunities are afforded to all Children to receive separately at particular periods, to be specified in the Rules of each School, such religious instruction as their Parents or Guardians approve of. And WHEREAS the management of such Schools belongs to the respective local Patrons thereof, who have the power of appointiug the Teachers, subject to the approbation of the said Commissioners, and of removing them of their own authority. And Whereas the said

desirous that a National School, to be called

National School, should be established on the principles aforesaid, on the lot of ground hereinafter demised; and the said

and

bave been nominated Patrons of the said intended National School, and have been approved of by the said Commissioners. NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH that the said in order to promote the said object, granted and demised, apd by these Presents grant and demise unto the said Coinmissioners of National Education in Ireland, all that lot of ground described in the Map thereof on the margin of these Presents delineated, situate in the Townland of Parish of Barony of and County of containing and bounded

to hold the same to the said Commissioners of National Education in Ireland, from the day of the date of these Presents, for and during

yielding therefor during the said term, the rent of One Penny on the Feast of St. Michael

, in every year, if same shall be demanded. And it is hereby expressed and Jeclared, and it is the true intent and meaning of these Presents, and of the several and respective Parties hereto, that each and every School to be kept and established on the Premises hereby demised, shall be kept open for a competent number of hours in each day, at the discretion of the said Commissioners, and shall, during said hours, be used for Moral and Literary Education only; and that one day in each week, or part of a day in the week, independently of Sunday, shall be set apart for the Religious Instruction of the Children, on which day or part of a day, such Pastors or other Persons as may be approved of by the Parents or Guardians of the Children respectively shall have access to them in the School-room for that purpose, whether those Pastors or Persons shall have signed the original Application or not. And also, tha: convenient opportunity be afforded to them for the same purpose on other days of the weck, and that where any course of Religious Instruction is to be pursued in any such School as aforesaid, during School-hours, to which the Parents or Guardians of any of the Children attending such School sball object, an arrangement shall be made for

APPENDIX A. having such Instruction given to those who are to receive it II. Forms of

at a stated time, or in a separate place, so that no Children Leases and whose Parents or Guardians object to their being so, be Assignment. compelled to receive or to be present at it. And further,

that no Books shall be used in the ordinary School business, save and except those which shall be reported to, and sanctioned by the said Commissioners. And further, that if any other Books than the Holy Scriptures, or the Standard Books of the Church to which the Children using them belong, be employed in communicating Religious Instruction, then, and in such case, the Title of each such Book or Books shall be made known to the said Commissioners. And further, that all the Master or Masters, Teacher or Teachers of each and every such School for the time being, shall not only in the first instance, if the said Commissioners shall see fit, before he, she, or they shall be so appointed, have received previous Instruction in the General Normal Establishment in Dublin, or at one of the District Model Schools of the said Commissioners, and shall also have obtained from the said Commissioners, if the said Commissioners shall so think fit, Testimonials of good conduct and general fitness, but shall be liable to be fined and removed, or suspended from time to time, and at all times when and as often as the said Commissioners shall deem it necessary, in such way and manner as they shall deem it expedient, or see fit, upon good and sufficient cause being shown. And further, that the public of all denominations, whether Clergy or Laity, shall have access to each and every such School, in the manner and under the restrictions particularly set forth in the Rules and Regulations of the said Commissioners, under the Head and Title of “Inspection of Schools,” to observe how such School may be conducted. And that no Meetings of any kind whatever be summoned, held, or convened, or permitted so to be in any such School-house, or in any part or room thereof, or on the premises hereby conveyed or intended so to be, save such as may relate exclusively to the business thereof; and that no Petition or Document of any kind whatsoever, save such as may relate exclusively to the business of the said School, be brought or carried into any such School-house or Premises, or any part thereof, for signature or otherwise ; and that such School-house and Premises, or any part thereof, shall not be converted into a place of Public Worship, or used for any purpose save that of such School; and that from and after the day of the date of these Presents, every such School-house shall be kept in full and sufficient repair by the said Commissioners, and that Local Contributions shall be raised towards payment of the Teachers' Salary of such School, after the manner set forth in the Rules and Regulations of the said Commissioners. PROVIDED ALWAYS, and it is hereby further expressed and declared to be the true intent and meaning of these presents, and of the several parties hereto, that in case any of them, the said

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