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Centum per Annum, should be wholly paid off and discharged"; • and when the whole of such Principal Sum or Sums, together

with Interest for the same at and after the Rate aforesaid, • should be so discharged, then all the Monies arising from the ' said Tolls should be applied by the said Commissioners thereby * appointed in the Support, Repair, and Maintenance of the

said intended Bridge and the Accesses thereto ; And whereas by an Act passed in the Third and Fourth Year of the Reign

of His present Majesty, intituled An Act for transferring to the 3& 4 W.4.c. 43. Commissioners of His Majesty's Woods and Forests the several Powers now vested in the Holyhead Road Commissioners, and for

discharging the last-mentioned Commissioners from the future

Repairs and Maintenance of the Roads, Harbours, and Bridges now under their Care and Management, it was (amongst other ' things) enacted, that from and after the passing of the Act ' now in recital the Commissioners appointed in and by the said recited Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His late

Majesty King George the Fourth should be discharged from and • should cease to carry into execution all or any of the Trusts ' and Powers vested in them by the said recited Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His said late Majesty; and it was further ' enacted, that the Commissioners of His Majesty's Woods, * Forests, Land Revenues, Works, and Buildings for the Time • being, and such other Person or Persons as should be nomi• nated and appointed in manner therein-after mentioned, should • be Commissioners for carrying into execution the Powers and Provisions of the said several therein-before recited Acts and ' the Act now in recital : And whereas it is expedient that the " whole Net Amount of all the Tolls to be received at the Turn

pikes or Toll Gates erected on or across the said Bridges • respectively (after deducting the Expences of Collection and • Management) should be paid into the Receipt of His Majesty's • Exchequer at Westminster, to the Account of the Consolidated • Fund : 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 the same, That from Such Parts of and after the passing of this Act such Parts of the said recited recited Acts as Acts as relate to the Application of the Monies arising from the Tolls of the said Bridges respectively shall be and the same are Monies, re

Application of hereby repealed.

pealed. II. And be it further enacted, That all Monies now at the All Monies now Disposal of the Commissioners for the Execution of the said in hand, or recited Act of the Third and Fourth Year of the Reign of His hereafter represent Majesty, received on account of the Tolls of the said ceived, to be Bridges respectively, and whether in respect of the said annual paid by the

Commissioners Sums of five hundred Pounds and Two hundred Pounds so into the Receipt directed to be set apart as aforesaid, or otherwise, under or by of the Exchevirtue of the said recited Acts or any of them, shall immediately quer. after the passing of this Act be paid into the Receipt of His Majesty's Exchequer at Westminster, to the Account of the Consolidated Fund; and all Sums of Money which shail at any Time hereafter be received by the said last-mentioned Commissioners, their Agents or Receivers, on account of the said Tolls, after

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deducting thereout all the Expences incidental to the Collection and Management of the said Tolls, shall yearly and every Year, on the First Day of May, or within Thirty Days thereafter, be paid over by the said Commissioners into the Receipt of His Majesty's said Exchequer, to the said Account of the Consolidated Fund.

III. And whereas by an Act passed in the Seventh Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled • An Act for further extending the Powers of an Act for vesting in Commissioners the Bridges building over the Menai Straits and

the River Conway, and the Harbours of Howth and Holyhead, and the Road from Dublin to Howth, and for the further Improvement of the Road from London to Holyhead, it was enacted,

that the Commissioners acting in execution of the said recited « Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King

George the Fourth should apply any Sum not exceeding the • Sum of Fourteen thousand Pounds in making and completing

a new Cut or Piece of Road, leaving the then present Road • from London to Holyhead in the Town of Barnet, and falling • into the same Road again at South Mims, the same being within • the Limits and District of the Saint Alban's Trust; and it was • thereby further enacted, that it should be lawful for the Trus• tees of the Saint Alban's Trust, and they were thereby autho• rized and required, when and as soon as the said new Road • should be completed and opened to the Public, to cause a Toll • Gate to be erected and set up on the said new Road, and to • take and collect the several Tolls in the now reciting Act

particularly mentioned and specified ; and it was thereby further • enacted, that the said Trustees of the Saint Alban's Trust • should apply and dispose of the Tolls to be collected by • them in the said new Line of Road, under the Authority of the ' now reciting Act, in manner following ; (that is to say,) One « Fourth Part of the Amount of the said Tolls should be applied • in repairing and maintaining the said last-mentioned new Road, " and the other Roads within the Saint Alban's Trust; and all • the Rest, Residue, and Remainder of the Amount of the said • last-mentioned Tolls, after deducting the Expences of col• lecting and receiving the same, should be annually accounted • for and paid over by the said Trustees of the said Saint Alban's • Trust to the Commissioners acting in the Execution of the • said recited Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His said • late Majesty King George the Fourth, until the Amount of • the Sum or Sums to be advanced under the Provisions of the • now reciting Act, and applied in completing and repairing the • said last-mentioned new Piece of Road, together with Interest « for the same after the Rate of Four Pounds per Centum per Annum, to be computed on the said Sum or Sums from the • Time of advancing the same, should have been paid off and discharged, the said Interest of Four Pounds per

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per Annum on so much of the said Principal Sum or Sums so to • be advanced as aforesaid as should from Time to Time remain • due to be in the first place paid ; and the Balance which should

from. Time to Time arise from the said Tolls should be applied, so far as the same might extend, in discharge of the said

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Principal Sum or Sums so to be advanced as aforesaid ; and • when and as soon as the said Principal Money, together with • the Interest thereon, should be fully paid off and discharged, • the said Trustees of the Saint Alban's Trust should and they

were thereby authorized and required to reduce the said Tolls • to One Half Part of the Amount therein-before directed to be "taken and collected by them, and from thenceforth the said • Trustees should collect and receive such reduced Tolls, and,

after paying the Expences of collecting and receiving the same, • should lay out and apply the Residue thereof in and towards • the future Repairs and Maintenance of the whole Line of • Road extending from the Town of Barnet to a certain Place

beyond Saint Alban's called the Pond Yards : And whereas by

an Act passed in the Seventh and Eighth Years of the Reign • of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled An Act 7&8G. 4.c.35. ' for the further Improvement of the Road from London to Holy• head, and of the Road from London to Liverpool, it was enacted, • that in case the Sum which by the said recited Act of the • Seventh Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the · Fourth was made applicable to the making and completing of • the said new Piece of Road from Barnet to South Mims should • be found insufficient for the Purpose, the said Commissioners

acting in execution of the said recited Act of the Fourth Year

of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth should, ' in manner therein directed, certify the Amount of the Deficiency ' to the said Trustees of the Saint Alban's Trust, and the said * Trustees should pay the Amount of such Deficiency, provided " the same should not exceed the Sum of Three thousand Pounds,

out of the Tolls to be collected on the said new Piece of Road : And whereas by an Act passed in the First Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled Xn 1 W. 4. c. 67.

Act to alter and amend several Acts for the Improvement of the * Roads from London to Holyhead, and from London to Liverpool, and for the further Improvement of the said Roads, it is enacted,

that during such Time as the said new Piece of Road from · Barnet to South Mims should be repaired and maintained by the ' said Commissioners acting in execution of the said recited Act • of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His said late Majesty King George the Fourth, as aforesaid, under or by virtue of the Powers and Provisions contained in the said recited Act of the Seventh and Eighth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty

King George the Fourth, the said Commissioners were thereby • authorized and empowered, with and out of the Tolls to be ' received by them from the Trustees of the Saint Alban's Trust ' in respect of the said new Piece of Road, to lay out and expend ' in the Repair and Maintenance of the same such annual Sum

or Sums of Money as they the said Commissioners might think expedient, not exceeding the annual Sum of One thousand « Pounds : And whereas the said new Piece of Road from Barnet • to South Mims hath been long since completed and opened to " the Public, and the same hath been kept in repair by and • under the Direction of the Commissioners acting in execution • of the said recited Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of • His late Majesty King George the Fourth, up to and until

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« the Nineteenth Day of July One thousand eight hundred and • thirty-three, when the Care and Management of the said Road

was transferred to the Trustees of the Saint Alban's Trust : • And whereas the several Sums which were by the said recited • Acts made applicable to the making, completing, and repairing " the said new Piece of Road have been found insufficient for

that Purpose ; and by an Account made up and stated by • the said Commissioners acting in execution of the said recited • Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth it appears that at the Time of transferring • the said new Piece of Road to the Trustees of the Saint Alban's Trust as aforesaid several further Sums of Money had • been laid out and expended by them the said Commissioners • in the making and repairing such new Piece of Road, and • other Sums of Money remained due and owing from the said • Commissioners in respect thereof: And whereas it is expedient • that Provision should be made for the Payment of such Sums • of Money to the said Commissioners acting in execution of the • herein-before recited Act of the Third and Fourth Year of the

Reign of His present Majesty ;' be it therefore further enacted, Trustees of the That it shall and may be lawful to and for the Trustees of the St. Alban's Saint Alban's Trust, and they are hereby authorized, empowered, Trust empow

and required, to continue the Tolls by them imposed and raised ered to continue the Tolls levied

and now levied under or by virtue of the said recited Act of the under the Acts Seventh Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the herein recited. Fourth, for the Purpose of paying off the several Sums autho

rized and directed by that Act and by the said recited Acts of the Seventh and Eighth Years of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth and the First Year of the Reign of His present Majesty to be laid out and expended in the making and repairing of the said new Piece of Road from Barnet to South Mims, and all Interest due or to become due on the said several and respective Sums, until as well the said several Sums, and all Interest due and to become due thereon respectively, as also the Sum or Sums to be paid by the Trustees of the Saint Alban's Trust to the said Commissioners acting in execution of the said recited Act of the Third and Fourth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty as herein-after directed, together with all Inte

rest thereon, shall be fully paid off and discharged. Trustees of the IV. And be it further enacted, That it shall and

may

be lawful St. Alban's for the Trustees of the Saint Alban's Trust, and they are hereby Trust to pay to authorized and required, with and out of the said Tolls, (in Commissioners further Sums

addition to and over and above the several Sums mentioned in out of the Tolls, the said recited Acts of the Seventh and Seventh and Eighth not exceeding

Years of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, 4,5001. and the First Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, and

Interest thereon respectively,) to pay to the said Commissioners acting in execution of the said recited Act of the Third and Fourth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty such further Sum or Sums of Money, not exceeding in the whole the Sum of Four thousand five hundred Pounds, as shall have been paid and applied in making and repairing the before-mentioned new Piece of Road, together with Interest at the Rate of Four Pounds per Centum per Annum, to be computed from the Time or respec

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tive Times of the advancing thereof, on so much of the said last-mentioned Sum or Sums as shall from Time to Time remain due and unpaid.

V. ' And whereas by an Act passed in the Ninth Year of the Trustees of the ' Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled An Hockliffe and

Stratford Road Act for the further Improvement of the Road from London to

to continue ad• Holyhead, and of the Road from London to Liverpool, it was

ditional Tolls ' enacted, that the Commissioners acting in execution of the said levied by • recited Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His late Ma- 9G.4. c.75. jesty King George the Fourth should apply any Sum not exceeding the Sum of Four thousand seven hundred Pounds in altering and improving the Road from Hockliffe in the County of Belford to Stony Stratford in the County of Buckingham, the

same being within the Limits and District of the Hockliffe and Stratford Trust, and in repairing the same for the Space of Two • Years after the same should have been completed ; and it was ' thereby further enacted, that it should be lawful for the Trus• tees of the Hockliffe and Stratford Road, and they were thereby • required, to continue the additional Tolls by them imposed • and raised and then levied for the Purpose of paying off the • Sums of Seven thousand Pounds and One thousand five hun• dred Pounds, advanced for certain Alterations and Improve* ments in the said Road in the said Act mentioned, until as • well the said Sums of Seven thousand Pounds and One thous

sand five hundred Pounds so advanced, and all Interest thereon

respectively, as also the Principal Sum or Sums to be advanced ' under the Provisions of the now reciting Act, and to be applied ' in altering and improving the Road within the said Trust and . in repairing the same as therein-before directed, together with • Interest at the Rate of Four Pounds per Centum per Annum, to • be computed from the Time or respective Times of the ad

vancing thereof, on so much of the said last-mentioned Sum or · Sums as should from Time to Time remain due and unpaid, • should be fully paid off and discharged: And whereas the • Alterations and improvements in the Road from Hockliffe to Stony Stratford authorized and directed to be made and done

by the said recited Act of the Ninth Year of the Reign of His • late Majesty King George the Fourth have been some Time • since completed and finished, and the said Road hath been kept ' in repair by and under the Direction of the Commissioners ' acting in execution of the said recited Act of the Fourth Year

of the Reign of His said late Majesty King George the Fourth,

up to and until the First Day of August One thousand eight • hundred and thirty, when the Care and Management of the said · Road was transferred by them to the Trustees of the Hockliffe ! and Stratford Trust : And whereas the said Sum of Four thou! sand seven hundred Pounds, by the said recited Act of the • Ninth Year of the Reign of His said late Majesty King George

the Fourth made applicable to the making and completing such · Alterations and Improvements in the said Road, has been found

insufficient for the Purpose of completing and repairing the ' same; and by an Account made up and stated by the said • Commissioners acting in execution of the said recited Act of • the Fourth Year of the Reign of His said late Majesty, it

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