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Lever, and from thence, by one branch, to or near the town of Bolton, and by another branch to or near the town of Bury, and to Weddell Brook, in the parish of Bury, all in the county palatine of Lancaster.

Cap. 69. For making and maintaining a navigable canal from Kington, in the county of Hereford, by or through Leominster, to join the river Severn near Stourport Bridge, in the county of Worcefler.

Cap. 70. For lighting, cleansing, and watching the streets, lanes, and other publick passages and places, within the township of Stourbridge, in the parish of Old Swinford, in the county of Worcester, and for removing and preventing obstructions, nuifances, and annoyances therein.

Cap. 71. For taking down and rebuilding the parish church of All Saints, within the town and county of the town of Southampton, and for purchasing land for the purpose of a church yard for the use of the said parish.

Cap. 72. For the better relief and employment of the poor within the hundreds of Loes and Wilford, in the county of Suffolk,

Cap. 73. For repairing the parish church of Saffron Walden, in the county of Elex.

Cap. 74. For building a new church in the town of Wakefield, in the west riding of the county of York, and for providing a proper burial ground, and making provision for a minister to officiate in the raid church.

Cap. 75. For enlarging the powers of an act paffed in the twenty.ninth year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, An aci for rebuilding the parish church of Saint Chad, in the town of Shrewsbury, and county of Salop; and for providing a new cemeiery or burial ground, and making convenient avenues and palages to the said church and cemetery, and for raising a further sum of money for fully effecting the general purposes in the said act mentioned.

Cap. 76. For improving the navigation of the river Ouse, between Newhaven Bridge and Lewes Bridge, in the county of Sussex, and for the better draining of the low lands lying in Lewes and Laughton Levels, in the said county.

Cap: 77. For making navigable the rivers Wreak and Eye, from the junction of the said river Wreak with the intended navigation from Loughborough to Leicester, at or near a certain place called Turnwater Meadow, in the lordship of Coffington, to Mill Close Homestead, in the parish of Melton Mowbray, all in the county of Leicester.

Cap. 78. For the better relief and employment of the poor belonging to the several parishes of Ellesmere, Middle, Baschurch, and Hordley, and to the chapelry or district of Hadnal (otherwise Hodnal Ease) in the county of Sulop.

Cap. 79. For better paving, cleansing, lighting, watching, and otherwise improving, the town of Dudley, in the county of Worcester, and for better supplying the said town with water.

Cap. 8o. For paving the footways of certain streets within the city of Lincoln; for cleansing, lighting, and watching the said

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ftreets, and other streets, lanes, and publick passages and places, within the said city; and for removing and preventing nuisances, annoyances, and encroachments therein.

Cap. 81. For embanking and draining certain fen lands and low grounds within the parishes of Chatteris and Dodington, and hamlet of Wimblington, in the said parish of Dodington, in the isle of Ely, and county of Cambridge, and for dividing, allotting, and inclosing, the commons and waste lands within the said hamlet of Wimblington.

Cap. 82. To continue two acts, made in the fifteenth and thirty-first years of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, for laying a duty of two pennies Scots, or one-sixth part of a penny Sterling, upon every Scots pint of ale and beer, which shall be brewed for sale, brought into, tapped, or sold, within the town of Kirkaldy and liberties thereof.

Cap. 83. For repairing, enlarging, and preserving the harbour of Swansea, in the county of Glamorgan.

Cap. 84. For building a bridge cross the river Thames from Stanes to Egbam, in the counties of Middlesex and Surrey.

Cap. 85. For making and maintaining a canal, or navigable communication, from or near a certain place called Abernant, in the county of Glamorgan, to and through a certain place called The Brickfield, near Melincrythan Pill, into the river of Neath, near the town of Neath, in the said county.

Cap. 86. For enlarging and extending the powers of the present prescriptive market within the town and borough of Lewes, in the county of Sussex, and removing the same to a more convenient place within the said town and borough, or within the precinct of the castle of Lewes aforesaid.

Cap. 87. For the better maintenance and support of the poor of the parish of Sunderland, near the sea, in the county palatine of Durbam.

Cap. 88. For confirming an agreement entered into between the company of proprietors of the undertaking for recovering and preserving the navigation of the river Dee, and certain lords of manors, and other persons intitled to right of common upon the wastes and commons, and the old common salt marshes, lying on the south side of the said river, below, or to the northeaft of Greenfield Gate, in the county of Flint, and an award made in consequence thereof.

Cap. 89. For making and maintaining a navigable cut os canal from the city of Hereford to the city of Gloucester, with a collateral cut from the same to the town of Newent, in the county of Gloucester.

Cap. 9o. Por paving, lighting, watching, cleanfing, watering, repairing, and keeping in repair, Finsbury Square, in the parish of Saint Luke in the county of Middlesex, and part of the manor of Finsbury, and certain other streets and places communicating with, or near to, the said square, and for preventing or removing nuisances and annoyances within the same. Cap. 91. For draining and dividing a certain moor, or tract

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Cap. 92. For dividing, allotting, and inclosing, a certain large open tract of land within the manor of Holy Isund, in the county palatine of Durham, and for extinguishing the right of common upon the ancient infield lands within the said inland.

Cap. 93. For dividing and inclosing the open common fields, meadow ground, half year's land, common fens, and wafte lands, within the parish of Anwick, in the county of Lincoln, and for embanking and draining the said common fens, and certain inclosed low lands adjoining thereto, called The Praie Grounds, in or near the township of North Kyme, in the said county.

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Cap. 94. For making a new road from Saint George's Gate, in the city of Canterbury, to a place called Gutteridge Bottom; and for repairing and widening the present road from thence to the Dover turnpike road, in the parish of Barbam, in the county of Kent.

Cap. 95. For amending an act, made in the twenty-ninth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for making and repairing the road froin the city of Glasgow, in the county of Lanerk, to Muirkirk, in the county of Ayr, and from thence to the confines of the said county of Ayr towards Sanquhar, in the county of Dumfries ; and other roads communicating therewith; and for the more effectually repairing the said roads, and the road from the village of Gorbals, and new bridge of Glasgow to the chapel of Cambuslang, in the faid county of Lanerk, and branches thereof; and for making and repairing the road from the said chapel of Cambufung till it joins the high road leading from Hamilton by Burnbank towards Eaglesham, in the county of Renfrew.

Cap. 96. For enlarging the term and powers of two acts, of the tenth year of his present Majesty, and the last session of parliament, for repairing the road from Biggleswade, in the county of Bedford, through Bugden and Alconbury, to the top of Alconbury Hill, and from Bugden to Huntingdon, and from Cross Hall, 10 Great Stoughton common, in the county of Huntingdon; and also the road leading out of the aforesaid road, at or near the Ferry House, in the parish of Tempsford, to and through Little Barford, Eynelbury, and Saint Neots, to the turnpike road at the end of Cross Hall Lane, and from the turnpike road in the parish of Eaton Saken to the faid turnpike road near Saint Neots Bridge.

Cap. 97. For continuing the term and altering and enlarging the powers of an act, made in the tenth year of his Majesty reigni, for repairing several roads in the county of Cardigan; and for repairing other roads in the said county.

Cap. 98. To enlarge the term of an act, passed in the tenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for amending the road from Wellsbourn Mountfort 10 Stratford upon Avon, in the county of Warwick. Cap. 99. For enlarging the term and powers of two acts, of

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the seventeenth year of his late Majesty, and the ninth year of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening the road leading from a place called Harlow Bulh Common, in the parish of Harlow, in the county of Essex, to Stump Cross, in the parish of Great Chesterford, in the said county.

Cap. 100. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, of the tenth year of his present Majesty, for amending and widening feveral roads, leading from The Bell, in Stoke Ferry, in the county of Norfolk; and for amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the road from Methwold Warren House, to a place called The Devil's Ditch, in the said county.

Cap. 101. To enlarge the term and powers of an act, passed in the tenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening the road from Bicester, in the county of Oxford, to Aylesbury, in the county of Bucks.

Cap. Io2. For amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the road leading from Robefton Wathan to Saint Clears, and other roads therein mentioned, in the counties of Pembroke and Carmarthen.

Cáp. 103. For repairing and widening the road from the market place in Bicester, in the county of Oxford, to the Buckingham turnpike road in Aynbo, in the county of Northampton.

Cap. 104. To repeal so much of an act of the eleventh year of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening the road from the turnpike road at Vinehall, in the parish of Mountfield, in the county of Sussex, to Cripps's Corner, and from thence to Staple Crors, and to the turnpike road near the windmill, in the parish of Beckley, and from Staple Cross to Longley's water corn mill, at Kent Ditch, and from Cripp's Corner to the town of Rye, in the faid county, as relates to the said roads from Staple Cross to the turnpike road near the said windmill, and from Staple Cross to Longley's water corn mill aforesaid; and for enlarging the term and powers of the said act, so far as relates to the rest of the said roads.

Cap. 105. For enlarging the term and powers of three several acts, passed in the sixth and twelfth years of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, and in the third year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing the road from Fyfield, in the county of Berks, to Saint John's Bridge, in the county of Gloucester; and from an inn called The Hind's Head, in the parish of Kingston Bagpuze, in the said county of Berks, io that part of Newbridge which stands in the said county of Berks.

Cap. 106. For amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the road leading from the town of Haverfordwest through the town of Fishguard, to the town of Newport, in the county of Pembroke, and also from the town of Fishguard to the city of Saint Davids, in the said county of Pembroke.

Cap. 107. To enlarge the term and powers of several acts, made for repairing the roads from Livingstone, by the kirk of Shorts, to the city of Glasgow, and by the town of Hamilton to the town of Strathayen, and for repairing and widening the roads

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from the confines of the county of Ayr, at or near Lochgate, to the town of Strathaven, and for repairing the several roads lead. ing into the city of Glasgow, so far as the same relate to the road leading from the town of Airdrie towards the city of Glasgow, through the village of Shettleston, till it falls into the great road from Murriehall to the said city; and for repairing the road from the said great road, by Drygate and Whitehill

, to Corntyne; and for repairing and widening several other roads; and for building a bridge over the river Clyde, at or near Theevesfoord; and for opening and making certain streets in and near the city of Glasgow.

Cap. 108. For more effe&tually amending, widening, and repairing, the road through the several parishes of Saint Michael, Saint Alban, Saint Peter, Shenley, Ridge, and South Mims, in the counties of Hertford and Middlesex.

Cap. 109. For opening a new road from Milford, in the county of Pembroke to Stainton, and for amending and widening the road from the said new road, through Stainton and Johnson, to Merlin's Bridge, in the same county.

Cap. 110. For enlarging the term, and for explaining, amending, and making more effectual, the powers of two several acts, palled in the twenty-second year of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, and the seventh year of his present Majesty, for making a new road from New Street, in the parish of Saint John Southwark, to and through the several places therein mentioned, and for keeping the fame, and several other roads adjoining, in repair.

Cap. III. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, of the fifth year of his present Majesty, for repairing the road leading from Chapel on the Heath, in the county of Oxford, to Bourton on the Hill, in the county of Gloucester.

Cap. 112. For continuing and amending an act, of the tenth year of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening the several roads from the south gaie in the borough of King's Lynn, into the parishes of East Walton, Narborough, Stoke Ferry, and Downham, in the county of Norfolk.

Cap. 113. For continuing an act, of the tenth year of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening the roads from the east gate in the borough of King's Lynn, into the parishes of Geyton and Grimstone, and to the gate next Hillington on Congham Com. mon, and 10 the north end of Babingley Lane, in the county of Norfolk.

Cap. 114. For enlarging the term, and varying the powers, of an act, of the thirteenth year of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening certain roads leading into the town of Ross, in the county of Hereford, and for amending, widening, and keeping in repair, certain streets or highways within the said town, and also certain small pieces of road communicating with the roads comprised in the said act.

Cap. 175. To continue the term and powers of an act, passed in the tenth year of the reign of his present majesty King George

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