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Cap. 4. An Act to effect an Exchange of Estates in the County of
Hereford between William Preece Esquire and the Dean and Canons of Windsor.
[30th July 1831.]
Cap. 5. An Act to empower the Judges of the Court of Session in Scot
land to sell such Part of the entailed Lands and Barony of West Nisbet in the County of Berwick now belonging to Charles Carre Lord Sinclair as shall be sufficient for Payment of the Provisions, Debts, and Incumbrances affecting the same.
[30th July 1831.]
Cap. 6. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Hamlet of Langley in the Parish
of Claverdon in the County of Warwick. [30th July 1831.) [Allotments to be made for Materials for Roads, $29.; and to the
Lords of Manors for Rights of Soil, $ 32.]
Cap. 7. An Act for inclosing Lands in the several Parishes of Hatton, Haseley, and Wroxhall, in the County of Warwick.
[30th July 1831.] [Allotments to be made to Lords of Manors in Compensation for
Pools and Right of Soil, \ 33. Allotment to be made to the Lord of the Manor of Wrochaí in lieu of a Freebord upon Shrewley Common, s 34. Allotments to be made for Quit Rents, 42.]
Cap. 8. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Rothbury in the County of Northumberland.
[30th July 1831.] [Allotments to be made to the Lord of the Manor for Right of Soil
and to the Duke of Northumberland or other Owners of certain Commonable Lands, fc. § 26.
Such Allotments to be on the North Side of River Coquet. Allotment to be made to hold Fairs upon, $ 27. Lord of Manor to pay Damages occasioned in working Mines, &c. § 69.]
Cap. 9. An Act for inclosing Lands within the Townships or Divisions of
Hugill, Applethwaite, and Troutbeck, in the Parishes of Kirkbyin-Kendal and Windermere, in the County of Westmorland.
[30th July 1831.] [Allotments to be made for Watering Places, and Gravel, &c. for
Repair of Roads, 26. Allotment of One Sixteenth Parí to be made to the Lords of the Manors of Hugill and Applethwaite for Right of Soil, 27. Curate of Hugili may lease his Allotment, with Consent of Bishop and Patron, for Twenty-one Years, to commence within Twelve Calendar Months after passing of Act, s 35. Satisfaction to be made by the Lords of the Manors for working Mines, s 53.]
deceased to sell certain Shares in the Leeds and Liverpool
[2d August 1831.]
City of Exeter to sell Two Houses in the Parish of Saint
[2d August 1831.]
Nathaniel Cameron Esquire and Lætitia Pryce his Wife, in the
[23d August 1831.]
cruive, Esquire, for Advances of Money made by them to Richard
applied in executing Improvements, as well upon the Entailed Estates left by the said Richard Oswald as the Fee Simple Estates acquired by the said Trustees, and partly entailed by them; and to enable the said Trustees to discharge a Part of the Debts incurred by the said Richard Alexander Oswald in improving the said Estates.
[23d August 1831.]
in the County of Perth, belonging to James Moray of Abercairney,
[23d August 1831.]
Cap. 15. An Act for exchanging
Part of the Freehold Estates devised by the Will of Beilby Thompson Esquire for Freehold Lands devised by the Will of Mrs. Dorothy Wilson to Trustees for charitable Purposes; and for amending an Act passed in the Third Year of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled An Act for empowering Trustees to sell and convey Part 3 G. 4. c. xxiv.
of the Freehold and Copyhold Estates in the County of York devised by the Will of Beilby Thompson Esquire, deceased, and Part of the Freehold Estates in the same County devised by the Will of Richard Thompson Esquire, deceased; and for laying out the Money arising from such Sales respectively, under the Direction of the High Court of Chancery, in the Purchase of other Estates, to be settled to the same Uses. [230 August 1831.]
Cap. 16. An Act for vesting an undivided Moiety of a Freehold Estate
in Liverpool in the County Palatine of Lancaster, late the Property of William Orford' Esquire, deceased, in Trustees, for Sale, and for investing the Proceeds of such Sale for the Benefit of his infant Son and Heir at Law. [23d August 1831.]
Cap. 17. An Act to enable the Governors of the Possessions, Revenues,
Goods of the Free Gra imar School of King Edward the Sixth, in Birmingham in the County of Warwick, to erect a School House, Masters Houses, and other suitable Accommodations for the said School, and to extend the Objects of the Charity; and for other Purposes. [23d August 1831.]
Cap. 18. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Woolvercot in the
County of Oxford, and for commuting the Tithes of the said Parish.
[23d August 1831.] [Allotments to be made to Lords of the Manor of Woolvercot for
Rights of Soil, ø 30. Allotments to be made to the Rectors and Curate for Tithes, $ 31.; and in respect of Moduses and Compositions Real, $ 32. Allotments for T'ithes and Moduses, &c. to be apportioned, g 33. Proprietors of old Inclosures, &c. not having sufficient Open Field Lands, to make Compensation in Money for their Tithes, 36. Allotments to the Impropriators and Curate to be fenced at the general Expence, 39. Curate, with Consent of Bishop and Patron, may lease his Allotment for Twenty-one Years, to commence within Twelve Calendar Months after passing of Act, $ 40. The Tithes arising on Estates which have been purchased by the respective Proprietors to be extinguished, 9 45.]
Cap. 19. An Act for vesting certain detached Portions of the Lands and Estates entailed by the deceased John Buchanan Esquire, of Carbeth in the County of Stirling, in Trustees to sell the same, and to apply the Price arising therefrom in the Purchase of other Lands near to the Mansion House of Carbeth and the Remainder of the said Entailed Lands. [23d August 1831.]
Cap. 20. An Act to effect a Partition of certain Freehold, Copyhold or
Customary, and Leasehold Estates in the County of Lincoln, late the Property of the Right Honourable Sir Joseph Banks Baronet, deceased.
[6th September 1831.]
Death of Joseph Crewe escheated to His Majesty and the Lord
Most Honorable John Crichton Stuart Marquess of Bute and
[5th October 1831.]
I N D E X
PUBLICK GENERAL ACTS, 1° & 2° GUL. IV.
* Signifies that the Act relates exclusively to Ireland.
CCOUNTS, Public, amending portation of Lumber, Provi
52 Geo. III. respecting the sions,&c. Duty-free into Cap.46 Audit of, and appointing the Barilla, discontinuing or altering DuNumber of Commissioners
16 competent to grant Quietus to Baronies, amending Act of 7 Geo. IV. Public Accountants * Cap. 26 for the uniform Valuation of
Military, repealing Act of Lands in, for the more equal
*52 Briavel's (St.) Hundred, inquiring into Auditors of, for the Appoint- the Rights and Privileges
ment of, in certain Parishes 60 claimed by the Free Miners Affirmations, abolishing certain, in the of
12 Customs and Excise, and sub- Buckingham House, repealing, so stituting Declarations in lieu much of Act of 7 Geo. IV. as thereof
relates to the Assessment of Appointments, expired, for reviving, the Boundary Fence or Wall and indemnifying certain Per- belonging to
• 1 sons in relation thereto * 2 Apprentices in Cotton Factories and Candles, Excise Duties and Draw
Cotton Mills, repealing the backs on, repealed
39 Charities, appointing for Two Years Appropriation Acts
Commissioners to continue InArms, reviving for One Year Three quiries concerning
34 Acts of 47 and 50 Geo. III. Churches, amending Act of 7 & 8 and 10 Geo. IV. for preventing Geo. IV. for building addiimproper Persons from having tional, in populous Parishes 38
* 47 Clare County, Treasurer of, enabled Assessed Taxes, Compositions for, to issue Warrants for levying
continued to 5th April 1833 7 certain Presentments transferring the Duties of Re- Coals, discontinuing or altering Duties ceivers General of, to Inspec
16 tors of Taxes
18 Commissions, expired, for reviving, Augmentation of small Vicarages and and indemnifying certain Per
Curacies, extending Provisions sons in relation thereto *2 of 29 Car. II. for confirming Compositions for Assessed Taxes, and perpetuating - 45
continuing to 5th April 1833 7
Constables (Special), amending Laws Bankruptcy Court, for establishing 56 relating to the Appointment Barbadoes Island, allowing the Im