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PRIVATE ACTS,
PRINTED BY THE QUEEN'S PRINTER,

AND WHEREOF THE PRINTED COPIES MAY BE GIVEN

IN EVIDENCE.

N.B.-To each of these Acts is annexed a Clause in the Form

following: « And be it further enacted, That this Act shall be printed " by the several Printers to the Queen's most Excellent Majesty “ duly authorized to print the Statutes of the United Kingdom; « and a Copy thereof so printed by any of them shall be admitted

as Evidence thereof by all Judges, Justices, and others."

Cap. 1. An Act for dividing, allotting, and inclosing a certain Tract of

uninclosed Common or Waste Land called Ogley Hay, in the County of Stafford.

[30th March 1838.] [Allotments to be made to the Lord of the Manor of Ogley Hay for

Right of Soil and Minerals, and in lieu of Rabbit Warren, 0 g 35, 36. Saving the Rights of the Wyrley and Essington Canal Navigation Company,_948.; and of the Lord of the Manor, ♡ 64. ; and of the Executors of P. Hussey, Esquire, 9 65.]

Cap. 2. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Sutton in the Isle of Ely and County of Cambridge.

[11th April 1838.] [Allotments to be made for the Recreation of the Poor, g 39. ; and

to the Lord of the Manor of Sutton for Right of Soil, ý 10. Saving the Rights of the Commissioners of the Bedford Level Corporation, s 76.]

Cap. 3. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Quedgley in the County of Gloucester.

[11th April 1838.] [Powers of 41 G. 3. c. 109. and 1 & 2 G.4. c. 23. (except as altered)

extended to this Act, s 1. Allotment to be made in lieu of Tithes, $ 44.; and to the Lord of the Manor of Quedgley, 45.; and for the Recreation of the Poor, \ 46.]

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Cap. 4. An Act for authorizing the Sale of Part of the Settled Estates

of Christopher Turnor Esquire, and for investing the Monies arising from such Sale in the Purchase of other more venient Estates, to be settled to the same Uses.

[11th April 1838.]

Сар. 5. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Bratton Fleming in the County of Devon.

[9th May 1838.] [Allotment to be made for Materials for Roads, 9 42.; and to the

Lord of the Manor, ý 44.; and for a Place of Exercise for Inhabitants, $ 45. Saving the Rights of the Lord of the Manor, $ 65.]

Cap. 6. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Swavesey in the County of Cambridge.

[9th May 1838.] [Powers of 41 6.3. c. 109. and 1 & 2 G.4. c. 23. (except as altered)

extended to this Act, s 1. Allotments to be made for Materials for Roads, 46.; and to Lords of Manors for Right of Soil, Ø 47.; and to the Impropriator and Vicar in lieu of Giebe and Common Rights, 348.; and for the Recreation of the Poor, $ 49.; and for the Erection of Schools, Ø 50. ; and to the Conservators of the Bedford Level, 51. Impropriators and Vicar's Allotments to be fenced at the general Expence, g 57. Saving the Rights of the Bedford Level Corporation, y 91.; and of the Proprietors of the River Ouze Navigation, ø 92.]

Cap. 7. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Linton in the County of Cambridge.

[11th June 1838.] [Powers of 41 G. 3. c. 109. and 1 & 2G. 4. c. 23. (except as altered)

extended to this Act, N 1. Allotment to be made for Road Materials, $ 40. ; and to Lords of Manors for Right of Soil, § 41. ; and to the Impropriators and Vicar in lieu of Glebe and Common Rights, § 42.; and for the Recreation of the Inhabitants, 43. Vicar's Allotments to be fenced at the general Expence, 9 49.]

Cap. 8. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Witcham in the Isle of Ely in the County of Cambridge.

[11th June 1838.] [Allotments to be made for the Recreation of the Poor, ) 39.; and

to the Lords of the Manor in right of Soil, g 40. Powers of 41 G.3. c. 109. and 1 & 2 G. 4. c. 23. (except as altered) extended to this Act, \ 76.]

Cap. 9. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parishes of Wickwar, Cromhall,

and Tortworth in the County of Gloucester. [11th June 1838.] [Allotment to be made in lieu of Poor's Land in Cromhall, s 26.;

and to the Lord of the Manor, g 38.; and for Recreation of the Poor, $ 40. Saving the Rights of the Lord of the Manor, ø 70.]

Cap. 10. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Chesterton in the County of Cambridge.

[11th June 1838.] [Allotments to be made for Materials for Roads, $ 44.; and to

Lords of Manors for Right of Soil, 9 45.; and to the Impropriators and Vicar in lieu of Glebe and Common Right, 46.; and for the Recreation of the Inhabitants, s 47. Vicar's Allotment to be fenced at the general Expence, $ 59. Saring the Rights of the Conservators of the River Cam, § 94.]

Cap. 11. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Higham Ferrers in the County of Northampton.

[11th June 1838. [Allotment to be made to Her Majesty as Lady of the Manor of

Higham Ferrers for Right of Soil, g 37.; and to the Corporation as Lords of the Borough Manor for Right of Soil, ý 38.; and to the Impropriator and Vicar in lieu of Glebe, $39.; and to the Impropriator for Tithes, $ 40.; and to the Public for Recreation, $ 41.; and for Materials for Roads, § 44. Saving the Rights of Her Majesty and Lords of Manors, $ 81.]

Cap. 12. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parishes of Berden, Maneuden, and Stansted Mountfitchet in the County of Essex.

[11th June 1838. ] [Powers of 41 G. 3. c. 109. and 1 & 2 G. 4. c. 23. (except as altered)

extended to this Act, § 1. Allotments to be made for Watering Places, \ 34.; and for Materials for Roads, g 35.; and to Lords of Manors for Right of Soil, ý 37.]

Cap. 13. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Manors of Bishop's Castle and Munslow in the County of Salop.

[11th June 1838.) [Powers of 41 G. 3. c. 109. and 1 & 2 G. 4. c. 23. (except as altered) extended to this Act, s 1. Allotments to be made for Watering Places, 34.; and for Materials for Roads, $ 35.; and for Recreation of the Inhabitants, $ 36.; and to the Lord of the Manor for Right of Soil, § 44. Rector's and Vicar's Allotments to be fenced at the general Expence, $ 40. Rector or Vicar may, with Consent of Bishop and Patron, lease his Allotment for Twenty-one Years, to commence within Twelve Calendar Months next after passing of Act, 50.]

Cap. 14. An Act for authorizing the Investment of a Fund under the Will

and Codicil of the Most Noble Charles late Duke of Norfolk in the Purchase of Estates in any Part of England.

[11th June 1838.]

Cap. 15. chit let for the Sale of the Advowson of the Vicarage of Pains. wick in the County of Gloucester.

[11th June 1838.]

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Cap. 16. An Act for dividing, allotting, and inclosing the Open and Common

Fields, Meadows, Lands, Commons, and Commonable Places in the Parish of Fen Drayton in the County of Cambridge.

[4th July 1838.] [Powers of 41 G. 3. c. 109. and 1 & 2 G. 4. c. 23. (except as altered)

extended to this Act, s 1. Allotment to be made for Glebe and Common Rights, $ 43.; and for Recreation of the neighbouring Inhabitants, 44.; and for Materials for Roads, 9 45.; and to the Lord of the Manor for Right of Soil, 46.; and in lieu of Chief and Quit Rents, Ø 52. Saving the Rights of the Proprietors of the River Ouze Navigation, $ 80.)

Cap. 17. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Township of Curbridge in the

Parish of Witney in the County of Oxford. [4th July 1838.] [Allotments to be made for Materials for Roads, y 33.; and for

the Recreation of the Inhabitants, s 34.; and to the Lords of the Manor for Right of Soil, g 35.; and to the Rector for Glebe and Common Rights, ♡ 36. Rector, with Consent of Bishop and Patron, may lease his Allotment for Twenty-one Years, to commence within Twelve Calendar Months next after passing of Act, 37. Allotment to be made to Proprietors of Land in Ducklington for Right of Common in Curbridge Meadow, Ø 38. Rector's Allotment to be fenced at the general Expence, 9 47. Saving Manorial Rights, g 61.]

Cap. 18.

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Gazeley in the County of Suffolk.

[4th July 1838.1 [Allotment to be made for Materials for Roads, § 42. ; and to

Lords of Manors for Right of Soil, ø 43.; and for purchasing Fuel for poor Cottagers, $ 44.; and for Recreation of the Inhabitants, 8 45. Vicar's Allotment to be fenced at the general Expence, g 52.]

Cap. 19. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parishes of Pulham Saint

Mary the Virgin and Pulham Saint Mary Magdalen in the County of Norfolk.

[4th July 1838.] [Allotments to be made to the Lords of the Manor for Right of

Soil, $ 32. Allotments to be made for Watering Places, and Sand, Gravel, &c., 33.; and for Recreation of the reichboring Population, $ 34. Rector, with Consent of Bishop an? Putron, may lease his Allotment for Twenty-one Years, to commence from the Eleventh Day of October next after the Execution of the Award, y 56.]

Сар. 20. An Act for inclosing Lands in the Manor of Great Warley in the

several Parishes of Great Warley and Shenfield in the County of Essex.

[4th July 1838.j [Allotments to be made to the Lord of the Manor for Right of

Soil, 5 g 36. 38. Allotment to be made for Exercise and Recreation, ( 39. Saving the Rights of the Lord of the Manor, Ø 62.]

Cap. 21. An Act for authorizing the granting of Leases of Part of the

Estates in the County of Carnarvon devised by the Will of the late Richard Parry Esquire.

[4th July 1838.]

Cap. 22. An Act to explain and extend the Powers of the Trustees of Lady Glenorchy's Chapel and School in Edinburgh. [4th July 1838.]

Cap. 23. An Act for authorizing the Sale, Exchange, and Partition of the

Real Estate devised by the Will of Richard Henry Alexander Bennet Esquire, deceased, and for the Application of the Produce thereof; and for authorizing the granting of Leases of the same Estate ; and for authorizing the Investment in Land of the residuary Personal Estate bequeathed by the same Will; and for other Purposes.

[4th July 1838.]

Cap. 24. An Act for giving Effect to certain Powers of Appointment over

ettled Estates of the Duke of Norfolk, so that by the Exercise of such Powers the Estates to be appointed may be discharged from the Countess of Surrey's Pin Money ; and for discharging certain Parts of the said Settled Estates from the Portions of the Daughters and younger Sons of the Earl and Countess of Surrey.

[4th July 1838.]

Cap. 25. An Act to enable the Governors of the Possessions, Revenues, and

Goods of the Free Grammar School of King Edward the Sixth in Macclesfield in the County of Chester to establish a Second School, to be called “ The Modern Free School in Macclesfield in the County of Chester;" and for other Purposes.

[4th July 1838.]

Cap. 26. An Act for renewing, granting, and confirming certain joint Powers

of Appointment to the Honourable John Simpson and Henry Bridgeman Simpson his eldest Son, and certain sole Powers of Appointment, and of Revocation and new Appointment, to the said Henry Bridgeman Simpson; and for establishing and confirming certain Indentures of Settlement made on the Marriage of the said Henry Bridgeman Simpson respectively affecting the Estates of the said John Simpson and Henry Bridgeman Simpson in the several Counties of Nottingham, Derby, York, and War. wick.

[4th July 1838.]

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