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SCHEDULES

TO WHICH THE FOREGOING ACT REFERS.

WHEREAS A. B. and C. D., Overseers of the poor of the parish of in the county of in the

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heretofore (that is to say) on the

last, at

Union, in the county of day of in the county of did apply Two Justices of the Peace acting in and for the county of and did make complaint that being chargeable to the said parish of is nevertheless settled in the parish of being one other of the parishes comprised in the said Union, and did apply to such Two Justices for an adjudication as to the settlement of the said And whereas the said Justices did then issue their summons to the overseers of the said parish of to appear at this place and time before any Two Justices of the same jurisdiction, who should be present, to hear the case and adjudicate thereon: Now the Overseers of the said parish of appearing to make their application, and the Overseers of the said parish of having been duly summoned, and being now present in person, or by their attorney [or as has been proved before us, but not appearing], we have heard the evidence, proofs and allegations of the said part and, having deliberated thereon, do adjudge that the said is chargeable to the said parish of parish of

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and is [or not] settled in the said

SCHEDULE (A.)

ORDER of Settlement.

Given under our hands and seals this in the county of

County of

SCHEDULE (B.)

FORM of ADMISSION of SETTLEMENT, &c.

WE, Two of the Overseers of the [parish, township, &c.] of do hereby admit that settled in the said [parish, township, &c.] of removed thereto], and we do hereby agree to receive h tices for h removal. Given under our hands this in the year One thousand eight hundred and

Signature of Overseers.

day of

of
every of them.

Upon complaint of the
township, &c.] of
Union, or of the parish of

at

1, being a Justice of the Peace of and for the county of, &c. do hereby certify, that the above-named and Overseers of the [parish, township, &c.] of admission in my presence.

being two of the did sign the above written.

Given under my hand on the day above
Signature of Justice of the Peace.

is now

[or, is now liable to be

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without any warrant of Jusday of

SCHEDULE (C.)

FORM of WARRANT of REMOVAL.

and

To the Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the [parish, township, &c.] of in the said county of to the Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the [parish, township, &c.] in the county of and to each and

Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the [parish,
, [or, of the Board of Guardians of the
,] aforesaid, in the said county of

unto us, whose names are hereunto set and seals affixed, being two of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for said county of that has become chargeable to the [parish, township, &c.] of We, the said Justices, upon due proof made thereof, do adjudge the same to be true: And we do likewise adjudge that the lawful settlement of the said is in the said [parish, township, &c.] of

in the county of and that he, &c. is liable to be removed thereto; we do, therefore, require you the Churchwardens and Overseers of the said [parish, township, &c.] of or some one of you, to convey the said from and out of the said [parish, township, &c.] of to the said [parish, township, &c.] of

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and him to deliver

to the Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor there, or to some or one of them, together with this our order; and we do also hereby require you the said Churchwardens and Overseers of the [parish, township, &c.] of to receive and provide

for him according to law.

Given under our hands and seals this eight hundred and

SCHEDULE (D.)

FORM of SUSPENSION of a WARRANT of REMOVAL to be indorsed on the back of such Warrant.

Given under our hands the eight hundred and

day of

and

WHEREAS it doth appear to us,
Majesty's Justices in and for the county of

being Two of Her that the pauper within ordered to be removed, is at present unable to travel, by reason of sickness and infirmity, [or, that it would be dangerous for him to do so]; we do therefore hereby suspend the execution of the within Warrant of Removal, until it be made to appear that the same may be executed without danger.

day of

One thousand
A. B. (L.S.)
C. D. (L.S.)

upon demand.

Given under our hands, the eight hundred and

One thousand

SCHEDULE (E.)

FORM of a PERMISSION to execute the WARRANT of REMOVAL to be indorsed thereon and ORDER of PAYMENT of EXPENSES incurred by the Suspension.

A. B.
C. D.

WHEREAS it hath been now made to appear to us, A. B. and C. D., being Two of Her Majesty's Justices in and for the county of and we are satisfied that the within Warrant of Removal may be executed without danger, we do therefore hereby direct such Warrant to be forthwith executed accordingly.

And whereas it is duly proved to us upon oath, that the sum of

hath been necessarily incurred by the suspension of the within Warrant of Removal, in the relief, not being medical relief, of who is directed by

the said Warrant to be removed to the [parish, township, &c.] of

we do therefore order the Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the said [parish, township, &c.] of to pay the said sum of

to

day of

One thousand

A. B.
C. D.

SCHEDULE (F.)

FORM of NOTICE of APPLICATION for a Warrant of Removal.

To the Overseers of the [parish, township, &c.] of

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TAKE Notice, That the Board of Guardians of having examined into the settlement of A. B., now chargeable to your [parish, township, &c.], purpose, after the expiration of Days from this date, to make application for a Warrant of Justices to remove the aforesaid A. B. from your [parish, township, &c.] to the [parish, township, &c] of in the county of

(signed)

C. D., Clerk to the Guardians of the Union.

SCHEDULE (G.)

FORM of CONSENT of GUARDIANS to OVERSEERS appealing against Warrant of Removal.

UNION.

THE Board of Guardians of the

that the Overseers of the [parish, township, &c.], of
against a Warrant for the removal of A. B. from the [parish, township, &c.], of
to the [parish, township, &c.], of
bearing date the
day of

Dated this

in the year 18 day of

(signed at the Board of Guardians)

do hereby signify their consent should appeal

in the year 18

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E. F., Presiding Chairman.

C. D., Clerk to the Guardians aforesaid.

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BILL

[AS AMENDED BY THE COMMITTEE]

To consolidate and amend the Laws relating to the Removal of the Poor.

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NEW TITLE FOR THIRD READING:

AN ACT to amend the Laws relating to the
Removal of the Poor.

[N.B.-The Clause marked (A.) was added by the Committee.]

W

HEREAS it is expedient that the laws relating to the Settlement and Removal of the Poor should be amended; BE it therefore Enacted, by The QUEEN's most Excellent MAJESTY, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and 5 Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, THAT from and after the passing of this Act no removal of any poor person under any law now in force shall take place, except subject to the provisions and restrictions hereinafter contained, and that all proceedings connected with and 10 consequent upon the removal of any poor person shall be in conformity with the provisions and regulations of this Act, provided that nothing herein contained shall apply to any order of removal made before the passing of this Act, or any proceeding taken or to be taken thereon.

And be it Declared and Enacted, That the Overseers of every parish, and the Guardians of every Parish or Union, shall take order for the relief, according to the laws in force for the time being, of every poor person destitute therein, but not settled therein, in like manner as if he were settled therein, until he is lawfully 20 removed therefrom, or until he ceases by other lawful means to be destitute therein.

And be it Declared and Enacted, That every person who has become chargeable to any parish or Union in which he is not settled, 377. shall

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