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FORM of OATH to be taken by a MASTER whose APPRENTICE
has absconded. I of
do make Oath, That I am by Trade a
and that bound to serve as an Apprentice to me in the said Trade, by Indenture dated the
for the Term of
Years; and that the said did on or about the
abscond and quit my Service without my Consent; and that to the best of my Knowledge and Belief the said
is aged about Years. Witness my Hand at the
One thousand eight hundred and Sworn before me at this Day of
One thousand eight hundred and
Form of JUSTICE's CERTIFICATE to be given to the MASTER
of an APPRENTICE.
One of Her Majesty's Justices to wit. of the Peace of
certify, That of came before me at
the One thousand eight hundred and and made Oath that he was by Trade a and that
was bound to serve as an Apprentice to him in the said Trade, by Indenture dated the Day of
for the Term of Years; and that the said Apprentice did on or about the Day of
abscond and quit the Service of the said
without his Consent, and that to the best of his Knowledge and Belief the said Apprentice is aged about
Form of Oath to be taken by a MASTER whose indentured
LABOURER in any of Her Majesty's Colonies or Possessions has absconded.
do make Oath, That was bound to me to serve as an indentured Labourer by Indenture dated the
for the Term of Years, and that the said
did on or about the
abscond and quit my Service without my Consent.
Witness, fc. [as for Apprentice.]
Form of JUSTICE'S CERTIFICATE to be given to the MASTER
of an indentured LABOURER.
One of Her Majesty's Justices of the to wit. Peace of certify, That
of came before me at
Day of and made Oath that
was bound to serve as an indentured Labourer to him by Indenture dated the Day of
for the Term of
Years, and that the said indentured Labourer did on or about the.
abscond and quit the Service of the said
without his Consent.
FORM of DECLARATION of ATTESTATION of a COMMISSARY'S
do solemnly and sincerely declare, That I I have not applied any Monies or Stores or Supplies under my Care or Distribution to my own Use, or to the private Use of any other Person by way of Loan to such Person or otherwise, or in any Manner applied them, or knowingly permitted them to be applied, to any other than Public Purposes, according to the Duty of my Office; and I make this solemn Declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true, and by virtue of the Provisions of an Act passed in the Fifth and Sixth Years of the Reign of His Majesty King William the Fourth, Chapter 62, for the Abolition of unnecessary Oaths, and for substituting Declarations in lieu thereof. Declared before me by the within-named
Justice of the Peace of
mander in Chief, or Second in Command,
who was apprehended [or
and was committed to Confinement at
as a Deserter from [insert Regiment or Corps).
Probable Date of Desertion, and from
Name and Occupation and Ad
dress of the Person by whom
Particulars in the Evidence on
which the Prisoner is com-
* It is important for the Public Service, and for the Interest of the Deserter, that this part of the Return should be accurately filled up, and the Details should be inserted by the Magistrate in his own Handwriting, or, under his Direction, by his Clerk.
I do hereby certify, that the Prisoner I certify, that I have inspected the has been duly examined before me as to Prisoner, and
consider him $ the Circumstance herein stated, and has for Military Service. declared in my Presence that he +
Signature of Mia Deserter from the above-mentioned
litary Medical Officer, or of Corps.
| Private Medical Practitioner. Signature and Address of Magistrate.
Insert "fit" or "unfit," as the Case may Signature of Prisoner.
be; and if unfit, state the Cause of Unfitness. Signature of Informant. dical Practitioner where a Military Medical
Il No Fee will be allowed to a Private Me+ Insert "is" or "is not,” as the Case
Officer is stationed, unless it is shown that
his Services were not available. may be.
CA P. X.
General Board of Health, applying the Public Health
(11th May 1858.] WHEREAS the General Board of Health have, in pur
suance of the Public Health Act, 1848, made, published, and deposited, according to the Provisions of that Act, a Provisional Order in the Schedule to this Act contained, and it ' is expedient that the said Order should be confirmed, and
further Provisions made in relation thereto: And whereas • Doubts have arisen as to the Limits of the District of Toxteth • Park, as fixed by the Provisional Order of the said Board, • bearing Date the Thirtieth Day of July One thousand eight
hundred and fifty-five: Be it therefore enacted by the Queen'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, as follows:
I. The Provisional Order of the General Board of Health Provisional contained in the Schedule hereunto annexed shall, from and Order in Scheafter the passing of this Act, so far as the same is authorized Skipton conby the said Public Health Act, be absolute, and be as binding, firmed. and of the like Force and Effect, as if the Provisions of the same had been expressly enacted in this Act.
II. Six of the Members of the Local Board of Health for Constitution of the District of Skipton, the Boundaries of which are set forth Local Board in the Schedule to the Provisional Order appended to this Act,
for Skipton. shall be elected from among Persons resident within the Boundaries of such District; and the remaining Three Members of the said Board shall be elected from among Persons resident within the Township of Skipton, and rated in respect of Property situate within the aforesaid District.
III. The First Election of the Local Board of Health for First Election the District of Skipton, for the Purposes of the said Public of Local Board
for Skipton. Health Act, shall take place on the Twenty-eighth Day of April in the Year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight.
IV. The Provisional Order of the General Board of Health, Limits of the bearing Date the Thirtieth Day of July One thousand eight District of hundred and fifty-five, and confirmed by “The Public Health further defined. Supplemental Act, 1855," applying the Public Health Act, 1848, with certain Exceptions set forth in that Order, to the Parts included within the Boundaries of the Extra-parochial Place of Toxteth Park, as defined in an Act passed in the Fifth and Sixth Years of the Reign of Her present Majesty, intituled
An Act for better paving and improving the Streets and Highways within the Extra-parochial Place of Toxteth Park in the County Palatine of Lancaster, and for the Sewerage of certain Parts of the said Place, shall be taken and held to apply only to so much of the said Extra-parochial Place as is not included within the Boundaries of the Municipal Borough of Liverpool ; and the said Order is hereby declared to be of full Force and Effect within and in respect of so much of the said Extra-parochial Place as is not so included as aforesaid, and all the Acts, Contracts, Instruments, and Proceedings done, entered into, or executed by the Local Board of Health acting under the said Order, shall be and the same are hereby declared to be as valid and effectual as if the said Order had referred only to the Part of the said Extra-parochial Place not so included as aforesaid.
V. This Act shall be deemed to be incorporated with the Public Health Act, and shall be as if this Act and the Public Health Act were One Act.
VI. In citing this Act in any other Act of Parliament, or in any Proceeding, Instrument, or Document whatsoever, it shall be sufficient to use the Words and Figures “ The Public Health Supplemental Act, 1858.”
to the District of Skipton in the West Riding of the County
GENERAL BOARD OF HEALTH. WHEREAS upon the petition of not less than one-tenth of the inhabitants rated to the relief of the poor of and within the Township of Skipton in the West Riding of the County of York, the General Board of Health, appointed for the purposes of the Public Health Act, 1848, have, in pursuance of the provisions of that Act, directed William Ranger, a Superintending Inspector, appointed for the purposes of the said Act, to visit the said Township, and to make public inquiry, and to examine witnesses as to the sewerage, drainage, and supply of water, the state of the burial-grounds, the number and sanitary condition of the inhabitants, and as to any Local Acts of Parliament in force within the said Township for paving, lighting, cleansing, watching, regulating, supplying with water, or improving the said Township, or having relation to the purposes of the said Act; also as to the natural drainage areas, and the existing municipal, parochial, or other local boundaries, and the boundary which might be most advantageously adopted for the purposes of the said Act.
And whereas the said Superintending Inspector, having previously given the notices directed by the said Act, proceeded upon the said inquiry, and has reported in writing to the said