(in Britain) members of a commission constituted to keep a register of charities and control charitable trusts
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Charity Commissioners' Report, 1837, from which much valuable information has been derived.Chapters in the History of the Insane in the British Isles | Daniel Hack Tuke
Eventually in 1881 a scheme was drawn up by the Charity Commissioners, by which (as amended in 1907) the trust is now governed.
The charity still remains, but its scheme has been to some extent modified by the Charity Commissioners.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Rochester | G. H. Palmer
The Charity Commissioners reported it to be satisfactorily and ably conducted.Rides on Railways | Samuel Sidney
We called meetings of the inhabitants to promote a petition to the Charity Commissioners in favour of our project.Recollections of a Busy Life | William B. Forwood