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pensation Money to be paid in respect of all Lammas Rights and other Commonable Rights existing or alleged to exist in, over, or upon all the Lands mentioned in the said Resolution, although not
Common or Waste Lands; but it is doubtful whether the Terms of 5 the aforesaid Provisions of the first-mentioned Act include such last
mentioned Lammas and other Commonable Rights : And whereas Doubts are also entertained as to how the Monies to be paid as the Price or Compensation for such Rights of Common and Commonable
Rights as aforesaid ought to be paid and applied under the Provisions 10 of the said first-recited Act: And whereas it is just and necessary,
for the Purpose of effecting the Purposes of the said Acts, that on Payment of the Sum of One thousand five hundred Pounds by the said Battersea Park Commissioners all Rights of Common and
Commonable Rights whatsoever in, over, or upon all the Lands 15 comprised in the said Schedule to the first-mentioned Act, and
which have been purchased as aforesaid, or which shall hereafter be purchased, should be absolutely extinguished; but it is apprehended that the same cannot be completely effected without the Authority of Parliament: May it therefore please Your Majesty that it may
be 20 enacted; and be it 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. It shall be lawful for the said Battersea Park Commissioners, out Battersea 25 of any Monies coming to their Hands applicable to the Purposes of
the said Acts, to pay to the Churchwardens for the Time being of pay 1,5001. to the said Parish of Saint Mary Battersea the Sum of One thousand the Church
wardens of five hundred Pounds, to be by such Churchwardens or their Successors Saint Mary applied for such general and public Purposes within the said Parish Battersea, to
be applied for 30 as a Vestry of the same Parish, to be convened by such Church- such general
wardens for that Purpose, shall direct; and immediately on such and public Payment all Rights of Common whatsoever, and all Lammas Rights within the and other Commonable Rights whatsoever existing or claimed by any Parish as a
Body Politic, Corporate, or Collegiate, or any Person or Persons what- convened for 35 soever, in, upon, or over all or any Part of Parts of the said Lands that Purpose and Hereditaments specified in the Schedule to the said first-mentioned and all Rights
shall direct, Act, and already purchased by the said Commissioners, shall absolutely of Common cease and be extinguished ; and as regards any other of the said
sea Park Hereditaments which shall hereafter be purchased, then from the thereupon to 40 Date of such Purchase such Rights shall also cease and be extinguished,
extinguished and whether the same be Common or Waste Lands or not.
Park Commissioners to
cease and be
II. The Receipt or Receipts in Writing of the Churchwardens for Receipt of the Tíme being of the said Parish of Saint Mary Battersea shall be 535.
the Churchwardens to be
a sufficient full and sufficient Discharge to the said Battersea Park Commissioners
thereof, and they shall not be in anywise bound to see to the Appli-
III. It shall be sufficient for all Purposes to cite this Act as “ The 5
B I L L
Extend the Municipal Boundaries of the Borough
of Belfast, and to reduce the Scale of rating
[Note.—The Words printed in Italics are proposed to be inserted
HEREAS an Act was passed in the Third and Fourth Preamble.
Years of the Reign of Her present Majesty, intituled “ An 3 & 4 Vict.
“ Act for the Regulation of Municipal Corporations in c. 108. “ Ireland :" And whereas a Local and Personal Act was passed in 5 the Eighth and Ninth Years of the Reign of Her said Majesty, inti
tuled “ An Act for the Improvement of the Borough of Belfast :” 8 & 9 Vict. And whereas by the last-recited Act the said Acts were incorporated : and Per
c. 142. (Local And whereas it is expedient that the principal Boundaries of the said sonal.)
Borough, as defined by the said first-recited Act, should be extended, 10 and that the maximum Scale of rating upon Property above the
annual Value of Eighty Pounds liable to be rated under the said secondly-recited Act should be reduced : And whereas the same cannot be effected without the Authority of Parliament: May it
therefore please Your Majesty that it may be enacted ; and be it 15 enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the
Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and
Limits of the I. So much of Schedule (A.) to the said firstly-recited Act as
daries of the said Borough and Wards shall hereafter be taken to be
Repeal of so II. So much of the said secondly-recited Act as authorizes the
Council, once in every Year, to be computed from the First Day of
to make One or more Rate or Rates, Assessment or Assessments, 10 rate Property upon the Occupiers of all Houses, Buildings, Tenements, Quays, exceeding
Wharfs, and other Hereditaments within the Limits of the said Act
Sixpence in the Pound on the annual Value of the same, be and the 15
be lawful for the Council, once in every Year, to be computed from 3s. in the the First Day of January in each Year, or oftener if they shall think Pound.
it necessary, to make One or more Rate or Rates, Assessment or As-
Recited Act III. The said recited Acts and this Act shall be construed and read and this Act to form One together as forming One Act. Act.
From the Northern Lighthouse on the Eastern Twin Island, Southward, in a straight Line to the Centre of the Bridge over Comis Water on the Hollywood Railway, thence Southward along the Boundary of the Townland of Ballymacarrett to the Point at which the same meets the Boundary of the Townland of Ballynafoy, thence Southward and Westward along the said Boundary of Ballynafoy to the Point at which the same meets the River Logan, thence Westward along the River Logan to the Centre of the Weir adjoining the Canal, thence Northward along the Canal to the First Lock, thence North-westward along the Road at the West Side of the River Logan to the Point at which the same is crossed by the Old Belfast Watercourse, thence Southward and Westward along the said Watercourse to a Brick Wall belonging to the Water Commissioners, thence Southward along the Fence which divides Mr. Batt's from Mr. Ward's Property, thence Westward along the Fence which divides Mr. Ward's Property from Mr. Gilmore's and Mr. Batt's Property to the Old Lisburn Road, thence Northward about Fifty Yards on the Old Lisburn Road to the Fence of Mr. McQuiston's Property, thence Westward along the said Fence which divides Mr. McQuiston's Property from Mr. Roney and Mr. Owden's Property to the Point at which the same meets the Blackstaff River, thence North-westward in a straight Line to the Point at which the Old White Rock Road meets the Falls Road, thence Westward along the Old White Rock Road to the Point at which the same meets the Cross Roads close to the Fort, thence Northward along the said Cross Road to the Point at which the same meets the Boundary of the Townland of Ballmorphy, thence Northwestward along the said Boundary to the North-east Point of the said Boundary, thence Northward in a straight Line to the Centre of the Fort immediately behind the House of Mr. Moses Staunton, thence North-eastward in a straight Line to the Point at which the Boundary of Ballysillan Lower meets the Forth River, thence North-eastward along the said Boundary to the North-east Point at the said Boundary at which the same meets a Stream, thence Eastward and Northward along the said Stream to the Point at which the said Stream crosses the Road at Old Park Mills, thence Northward and Eastward along the Road to the South End of the House of Mr. John Batty, thence 562.