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appears that at the Time of their transferring the said Road to the Trustees of the Hockliffe and Stratford Trust several • further Sums of Money had been laid out and expended by " them the said Commissioners in the said Alterations and Im

provements in the said Road, and other Sums of Money re• mained 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 said recited Act of • the Third and Fourth Years of the Reign of His present Ma. * jesty ;' be it therefore further enacted, That it shall and may

be lawful for the Trustees of the Hockliffe and Stratford Road, and they are hereby authorized, empowered, and required, to continue the additional Tolls by them imposed and raised and now levied for the Purpose of paying off the several Sums of Seven thousand Pounds, One thousand five hundred Pounds, and Four thousand seven hundred Pounds, mentioned in the said recited Act of the Ninth Year of the Reign of His said late Majesty King George the Fourth, until as well the said last-mentioned several Sums, and all Interest due or to become due thereon respectively, as also the Sum or Sums to be paid by the Trustees of the Hockliffe and Stratford Road to the said Commissioners acting in execution of the said recited Act of the Third and Fourth Years of the Reign of His present Majesty, as hereinafter directed, together with Interest thereon, shall be fully paid

off and discharged. Trustees of the VI. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful Hockliffe and for the Trustees of the Hockliffe and Stratford Road, and they Stratford Road

are hereby authorized and required, with and out of the said to pay to Commissioners fur

additional Tolls, in addition to and over and above the said ther Sums out

several Sums of Seven thousand Pounds, One thousand five hunof additional dred Pounds, and Four thousand seven hundred Pounds, and the Tolls, not ex- Interest thereof respectively,) to pay to the said Commissioners ceeding 2,500l. 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 Two thousand five hundred Pounds, as shall have been laid out and applied in the Alterations and Improvements of the said Road within the Hockliffe and Stratford Trust, together with Interest at the Rate of Four Pounds per Centum per Annum, to be computed from the Time or respective 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. Trustees of VII. ' And whereas by the said recited Act of the Seventh Dunchurch and · and Eighth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George Stonebridge • the Fourth it was enacted, that it should be lawful for the Trust to con

• Commissioners acting in execution of the said recited Act of the tinue additional Tolls.

Fourth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the · Fourth to apply the Sum of Twelve thousand Pounds in making ' and completing a new Cut or Piece of Road, leaving the then

present Road from London to Holyhead at the Seven Stars • Public House at Whitley in the County of the City of Coventry, ' and passing from thence in nearly a direct Line to within a • short Distance of the Southern End of Little Park Street in the

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same City, and leaving the said City at Saint John's Church, • and passing from thence in a direct Line to the Village of

Allesley in the County of Warwick, the same being within the • Limits and District of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust, • and in or towards the repairing and maintaining such Parts of • the said new Piece of Road as therein-after mentioned, for the (Period of Two Years after the same should have been com. pleted and opened to the Public; and it was thereby also

further enacted, that the said Trustees of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust should and they were thereby authorized and

required to demand and take at the several Turnpike Gates • which should be erected by virtue of the said Act or any other Act upon the said Road or any Part thereof, besides the ordi

Tolls authorized to be collected and taken by them by the • Act therein mentioned, the several Tolls and Duties in the now ' reciting Act particularly mentioned and specified; and it was • thereby further enacted, that it should be lawful for the said · Trustees of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust, and they were ' thereby authorized and required, to apply the Monies arising • from the said additional Tolls to be so collected by them as

aforesaid, in the first place, in the Payment of Two several • Sums of Three thousand five hundred Pounds and Two thou

sand Pounds in the now reciting Act mentioned, and the Inte' rest thereof respectively, or so much thereof as remained due • and unpaid ; in the next place, in repaying to the said Com* missioners acting in execution of the said recited Act of the • Fourth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty the Sum of • Twelve thousand Pounds, to be applied, under the Provisions ' therein-before contained, in making the aforesaid new Piece of • Road within the said Trust, together with Interest at the Rate 6 of Four Pounds

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at Whitley to the City of Coventry, and from thence to the • Village of Allesley, in the County of Warwick, the same being 6 within the Limits and District of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust, and in repairing the same for the Period 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 Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust, and they were

thereby required, to continue the additional Tolls by them • imposed and raised and then levied under the Powers and Au

thorities of the said recited Act of the Seventh and Eighth • Years of the Reign of His then present Majesty, for the Pur

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« Pounds in the said Act mentioned, and all Interest due and to • become due on the said several and respective Sums, until as « well the said several Sums of Three thousand five hundred • Pounds, Two thousand Pounds, and Twelve thousand Pounds,

and all Interest due or to become due 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 making • Improvements in the Road within the Districts of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge 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 advancing thereof, on so I 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 new Piece of Road, Altera' tions, and Improvements within the Dunchurch and Stonebridge

Trust authorized and directed to be made and done by the • said recited Acts of the Seventh and Eighth and Ninth Years

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

have been some Time since completed and finished, and the ' said Roads have 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, unto and until the Twentieth Day of

August One thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, when the • Care and Management of the said Roads was transferred to the * Trustees of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust : And whereas

the said several Sums of Twelve thousand Pounds and Four • thousand Pounds by the said recited Acts of the Seventh and * Eighth and Ninth Years of the Reign of His said late Majesty • made applicable to the making and completing such new Piece

of Road, Alterations, and Improvements, have been found in* sufficient for the Purposes of completing 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 late Majesty King George the Fourth as aforesaid • it appears that at the Time of their transferring the said Roads ' to the Trustees of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust several « further Sums of Money have been laid out and expended by ' them the said Commissioners in or about the said new Piece • of Road, Alterations, and Improvements, 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 said recited • Act of the Third and Fourth Years of the Reign of His present

Majesty ;' be it therefore further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful for the Trustees of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust, and they are hereby authorized, empowered, and required, to continue the additional Tolls by them imposed and raised and now levied under or by virtue of the said recited Act of the Seventh and Eighth Year of the Reign of His said late Majesty as aforesaid, for the Purpose of paying off the several Sums of Three thousand five hundred Pounds, Two thousand Pounds, 5

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Twelve thousand Pounds, and Four thousand Pounds mentioned in the said recited Act of the Ninth Year of the Reign of His said late Majesty as aforesaid, until as well the said last-mentioned several Sums, and all Interest due or to become due thereon respectively, as also the Sum or Sums to be paid by the Trustees of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust to the said Commissioners acting in execution of the said recited Act of the Third and Fourth Years of the Reign of His present Majesty, as hereinafter directed, together with Interest thereon, shall be fully paid off and discharged.

VIII. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful Trustees of the for the Trustees of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust, and Dunchurch and they are hereby authorized and required, with and out of the said Stonebridge

Trust to pay to additional Tolls, in addition to and over and above the said

Commissioners several Sums of Three thousand five hundred Pounds, Two thou• further Sums sand Pounds, Twelve thousand Pounds, and Four thousand out of additional Pounds, and the Interest thereof respectively), to pay to the Tolls not exsaid Commissioners acting in execution of the said recited Act ceeding 2,500l. 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 Two thousand five hundred Pounds, as shall have been laid out and applied in the making and completing the said new Piece of Road, Alterations, and Improvements within the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust, together with Interest at the Rate of Four Pounds per Centum per Annum, to be computed from the Time or respective 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.

IX. • And whereas by the said recited Act of the Ninth Year Trustees of the • of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth it Shiffnall Dis

was enacted, that the Commissioners acting in execution of the trict of the Wat• said recited Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His said ling Street Road

. • late Majesty should apply any Sum not exceeding the Sum of tional Tolls. • Five thousand five hundred Pounds in making a new Cut or • Piece of Road from the Main Street in the Town of Shiffnall • in the County of Salop, and passing from thence in nearly a • straight Line over Premises belonging to Mister Brown and • others to the Cross Lane in the then present Mail Coach Road

near Mister Brook's Gate, the same being within the Limits and • District of the Shiffnal District of the Watling Street Road, and in repairing the same for the Period of Two Years after the

same should have been completed; and it was thereby further • enacted, that the Trustees of the Shiffnall District of the Wat

ling Street Road should after the First of January One thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine demand and take at the Turn

pike Gates which should be erected on the said Road or any • Part thereof, being Part of the Holyhead Mail Coach Road, • besides the ordinary Tolls by the Act therein mentioned autho• rized to be taken, the several additional Tolls in the now • reciting Act particularly mentioned; and it was thereby further • enacted, that it should be lawful for the said Trustees of the

Shiffnall District of the Watling Street Road, and they were • thereby authorized and required, to apply the Money arising • from the said additional Tolls to be so collected by them as

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* aforesaid, in the first place, in the Payment of Two several « Sums of Two thousand Pounds and Four thousand Pounds, . and the Interest thereof respectively, or so much thereof as still • remained due and unpaid ; in the next place, in repaying to the ' said Commissioners acting in the Execution of the said recited • Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth the Sum of five thousand five hundred

Pounds, to be applied, under the Provisions in the now reciting • Act contained, in making the Alterations and Improvements in

the Road within the said Trust, together with Interest at the • Rate of Four Pounds per Centum per Annum, to be computed • from the Time or respective Times of advancing the same, on « so much of the said last-mentioned Sum of Five thousand five • hundred Pounds as should be for the Time being due and ' unpaid, such Interest to be paid by Two half-yearly Payments • in every Year; and when and so soon as the said Sum of Five • thousand five hundred Pounds, together with the Interest • thereon, should be fully paid off and discharged, the said

Trustees should cease to collect the said additional Tolls : And ( whereas the said last-mentioned new Piece of Road authorized 6 and directed to be made by the said last-before recited Act • hath been some Time since completed and finished, and the • said new Piece of 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, up to and until the Time when the Care and • Management of the said new Piece of Road was transferred • by them to the Trustees of the Shiffnall District of the Watling Street Road: And whereas the said Sum of Five thousand five * hundred Pounds by the said last-recited Act made applicable to • the making

and completing the said new Piece of Road has 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 as aforesaid it appears • that at the Time of their transferring the said new Piece of • Road to the Trustees of the Shiffnali District of the Watling Street Road 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, That it shall and may be lawful for the Trustees of the Shiffnali District of the Watling Street Road, and they are hereby authorized, empowered, and required, to continue the additional Tolls by them imposed and raised and now levied under or by virtue of the said recited Act of the Ninth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, for the Purpose of paying off the said several Sums of Two thousand Pounds, Four thousand Pounds, and Five thousand five hundred Pounds in the said Act

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