Charter House

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Meaning of Charter house

Formerly a convent of Carthusian monks in London; now a college founded and endowed by Thomas Sutton. The governors of the charter house are a corporation aggregate without a head, president, or superior, all the members being of equal authority. 3 Steph. Comm. (7th Ed.) 14, 97.


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