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The provisions of the thirdly-recited Act, relating to the sale and application of any sum of money invested in trust for any ecclesiastical body corporate, do and shall include and apply to all monies and securities for money, and to all stock in the Government funds or elsewhere, standing in the name of the accountant general of the [F1Supreme Court] , or in the name or names of any other public officer, or of any individual or individuals, for or to the credit or for the benefit of or in trust for any bishop, dean, and chapter, dean or canon, whether for the purpose of being laid out in land or otherwise; and the same provisions, and also the provisions of the same Act relating to the sale, transfer, or exchange of any lands or other hereditaments belonging to any bishop or chapter, shall extend and may be applied to any of the purposes of this Act.
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