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as the Grand Jury of such County shall fix and determine, and they shall present, to be raised off the Townland or other Denomination of Land to which such Copies shall relate, the Expence
of making the same. Not to affect X. Provided always, and be it enacted, That when and so soon Provisions of
as the Valuation of all the Baronies within any County shall have recited Acts
been completed, and that the List of the said several Baronies with respect to Publication of
and the Valuation thereof shall have been confirmed or amended, List when and finally agreed on by the Committee of Revision of such Valuation of County, the same shall be signed, dealt with, and published in all the Baronies
manner and form by the said recited Acts prescribed, and County is
nothing in this Act contained shall, save as respects the addicompleted.
tional Power which the Committee of Revision may exercise under the Provision herein-before made, extend to vary or affect the Proceedings by the said recited Acts directed in respect of such general Valuation of all the Baronies within any County, and the List thereof, when published in manner by such Acts directed, shall have all such Force and Effect as the same would
have had if this Act had not been made. At Second XI. And be it enacted, That at the Second Assizes next Assizes next
ensuing the Publication of such List and Valuation of all the after Publica
Baronies of each County the Grand Jury shall nominate and tion of such List and Valu-appoint a Time for the Re-assembly of the Committee of Revision ation, Grand
of such County, and the Secretary of the Grand Jury shall give Jury to fix a Notice of the Time appointed for such Re-assembly of the ComTime for Re.
mittee of Revision in like Manner as the Clerk of the Peace is assembly of
by the said recited Act required to give Notice of the First Committee of Revision to
Meeting of such Committee, and at the Time so appointed the finally settle
Members of such Committee of Revision, together with the ComValuations. missioner of Valuation or his Assessor, shall meet in the Court
house of such County, and shall there and then inquire into and determine all such Complaints as shall be made against the said Valuation, or any Part thereof; and it shall be lawful for the said Committee to revise and amend such Valuation as to them may seem just, or to direct a new Valuation when the same shall appear necessary, and to adjourn from Time to Time ; and the Valuation, as finally amended, revised, and settled by such Committee, shall
be in the Place and Stead of the former Valuation so published Notice of Com, in the Dublin Gazette, and of like Force and Effect: Provided plaints intended always, that Notice in Writing of any Complaint which it is to be preferred intended to prefer to the said Committee so re-assembled shall given by Two be given to the Commissioner of Valuation of such County, or Persons at least some Member of the said Committee, at least Thirty-one Days 31 Days pre
before the Time appointed for the re-assembling of such comviously.
mittee, and that such Notice shall be subscribed by at least Two
of a City, or County of a Town. Lord Lieu
XII. And whereas it is expedient, for the more complete order an Al• Uniformity of the said Valuation, that the same should be carried 'on under the Control and Direction of a single Commissioner of lowance for • Valuation, and the Salary of Five hundred Pounds per Annum travelling • authorized by the said recited Act of the Seventh Year of His Expences to
Commissioner • late Majesty's Reign to be paid to each such Commissioner is
of Valuation, "an insufficient Remuneration for a Person appointed to act as in addition to • such Commissioner in many Counties ;' be it therefore enacted, his Salary. That, in addition to the said Salary of Five hundred Pounds per Annum, it shall and may be lawful for the said Lord Lieutenant or other Chief Governor or Governors of Ireland to order and direct such Allowance for
travelling and other Expences, not exceeding One Guinea per Day for every Day during which such Commissioner shall be engaged in the Business of such Valuation, as to the said Lord Lieutenant or other Chief Governor or Governors shall seem proper ; and such Salary and Allowance shall be advanced out of the Consolidated Fund, and levied and repaid by Grand Jury Presentments on and off the several Counties in which such Commissioner of Valuation shall be employed, in such Proportions as the said Lord Lieutenant or other Chief Governor or Governors shall think fit to direct, with regard to the Period of his Employment in each such County respectively; and all and every the Provisions of the said recited Acts directing and autho. rizing the Advance of Money for the Purposes thereof, and the Presentment and Levy of such Monies off the several Counties liable thereto, shall apply and extend to direct and authorize the Advance, Presentment, and Levy of the Monies required to defray such Allowances.
XII. · And whercas Doubts have arisen whether the Warrants Treasurer's of the Treasurers of Counties in Ireland issued for the levying Warrants to of Money presented by Grand Juries at each Assizes remain remain in force in force beyond the Second Day of the next succeeding As- unil Sumsi tee • sizes; for Removal of which Doubts, be it enacted, That every received or such Warrant of every such Treasurer shall be and remain in re-presented. full Force and Effect for the Term of Two Years next after the Date thereof, unless the Sums required by such Warrant to be levied shall have been received, or unless the Grand Jury of the County shall have re-presented the same.
XIV. And be it enacted, That wherever the Word “Barony The Word occurs in this Act the Provision shall extend to a Half “ Barony."
XV. · And whereas it is expedient that the Mode of collecting How Grand and levying Grand Jury Cess should be amended, be it there. Jury Cess shall fore enacted, That whenever any Person duly authorized to col- be collected. lect and levy any Money to be raised pursuant to Grand Jury Presentment off any Barony or Half Barony, or County of a City or Town, shall have received the Applotment of such Money, he shall collect and levy the same according to such Applotment, and also any. Sum of Money not exceeding Five Shillings, in lieu of any Sum heretofore authorized to be levied by any Act now in force for the Applotter's Fees; and all such Money may be levied by Distress and Sale of any Goods and Ch Person refusing to pay the Proportion therein applotted for him or her to pay which may be found on the Premises chargeable,
els of every
rendering to the Owner the Overplus, if any, after deducting the Expences of distraining, not exceeding Twelve-pence in the Pound on the Sum for which such Distress may have been made; and if no sufficient Distress be found on the Premises chargeable, then and in such Case such Collector shall leave at the Dwelling House of the Party chargeable for or in respect of such Premises, if such Person reside within the same County, County of a City or Town, a Notice bearing Date the Day and Year of serving the same, subscribed with the Name and Abode of such Collector, requiring Payment of the Sum applotted within Six Days from the Date of such Notice, and expressing that within Six Days the Money demanded may be paid to the Collector at his House or Office; and if euch Money be not so paid within such Time, then it shall be lawful for such Collector to prefer a Complaint to any Justice of the Peace for the same County, County of a City or Town; and such Justice shall summon the Party so complained against to appear before him, and answer the said Complaint, and shall at the Time specified in such Summons examine into the Matter of such Complaint on Oath (which Oath the Justice is hereby empowered to administer), and shall direct the Payment to such Collector of such Money as he shall find due and payable under such Applotment by the Party complained against, together with a Sum certain as and for such reasonable Costs and Charges as to such Justice shall seem meet; and in default of the Appearance of such Party, or upon his or her Refusal or Neglect forthwith to pay the Sum or Sums so by such Justice directed to be paid, it shall and may be lawful for such Justice, or for any Justice of the Peace for such County, County of a City or Town, to issue his Warrant, authorizing and empowering the said Collector to levy the Money thereby ordered to be paid by Distress and Sale of any Goods or Chattels of the Party so complained against which may be found within any part of such County, County of a City or Town, rendering the Overplus, if any, to him or her, the necessary Charges and Expences of distraining being thereout first deducted, as directed by such Justice s and if sufficient Distress cannot be found within the same County, County of a City or Town, then, on Oath thereof made before any Justice of the Peace of any other County, County of a City or Town, in which any of the Goods and Chattels of such Party shall be found, (which Oath such Justice shall administer, and certify by indorsing in his Handwriting his Name on the Warrant granted to make such Distress,) the Goods or Chattels of such Party so refusing or neglecting to pay as aforesaid shall be subject and liable to such Distress and Sale in such other County, County of a City or Town, where the same may be found, and may by virtue of such Warrant and Certificate be distrained and sold in the same Manner as if the same had been found within such first-mentioncd County, County of a City or Town.
SCHEDULE to which this Act refers.
Townlands in the said Barony, made in pursuance of this
CA P. LVI.
End of the then next Session of Parliament, the Acts for
[13th August 1834.] :WHEREAS an Act was passed in the Session of Parliament
holden in the First and Second Years of the Reign of His ' late Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled An Act for the 1& 2 G. 4.c.59. Relief of Insolvent Debtors in Ireland, to continue in force for a certain Time therein limited; and the said Act was amended by another Act passed in the Third Year of the same Reign; • and both the said Acts were continued by another Act made * in the Seventh and Eighth Years of the same Reign : And
whereas another Act was made in the Tenth Year of the same 'Reign, whereby the said recited Acts of the First and Second • and Third Years of the same Reign were amended and further
continued ; and the same, so amended, were by an Act made * in the First Year of His present Majesty's Reign further con4 & 5 GUL. IV.
• tinued ; and the same, so amended, were by another Act made • in the Second Year of His present Majesty's Reign further con. tinued until the End of this present Session of Parliament: And
• whereas by an Act made in the First and Second Years of the 1&2W.4.c.31. ' Reign of His present Majesty, intituled An Act to improve the
• Administration of Justice in Ireland, certain Provisions of the said • recited Act of the First and Second Years of the Reign of His • late Majesty were repealed, and certain other Provisions were • made, and certain Persons declared, in certain Cases therein
specified, to be entitled to the Benefit of the Acts for the Relief • of Insolvent Debtors in Ireland: And whereas it is expedient • that the said Acts for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors should be
further continued :' Be it therefore enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the
Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present ParRecited Acts liament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That the continued in
said recited Act of the First and Second Years of the Reign of force for One Year.
His late Majesty, as the same is amended by the said recited Acts of the Third and Tenth Years of the sanie Reign, and save and except as any Provisions thereof may be repealed, or other Provisions substituted therefor, by the said recited Act of the First and Second Years of His present Majesty's Reign, shall be continued ; and the said recited Acts of the First and Second, Third, and Tenth Years of the Reign of His late Majesty, and such Parts of the said recited Act of the First and Second Year of the Reign of His present Majesty as relates to the Law for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors, shall be and the same are hereby continued accordingly for One Year from the passing of this Act, and until the End of the then next Session of Parliament.
CA P. LVII.
rectories, and to give other Relief with relation to the
[13th August 1834.] WHEREAS it is expedient to repeal the Stamp Duties now
payable in Great Britain and Ireland respectively upon Almanacks or Calendars, and also the Stamp Duty now payable • in Ireland upon any Dublin Directory: Be it therefore enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons,
in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of Stam;) Duties the same, That from and after the passing of this Act all Stamp on Almanacks Duties now payable in Great Britain and Ireland respectively for or Calendars, and on Dublin
or upon any Almanack or Calendar, or any Book or Pamphlet Directories,
serving the Purpose of an Almanack or Calendar, and also the repealed, except Stamp Duty now payable in Ireland for or upon any Dublin as to Arrears Directory, shall respectively cease and determine, and be no
longer paid or payable, save and except so much and such Part and Parts of the said Duties respectively as have become due or payable, and now remain in arrear or unpaid, all which shall be