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the Third, for repairing and widening the road from Lewes to Brighthelmston, in the county of Sussex.

Cap. 116. For amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the road leading from the Alcester and Evesham turnpike road at the end of Wixford Lane, in the county of Warwick, to Chipping Campden, and from thence to Upton Old Lane, in the county of Gloucefter.

Cap. 117. To continue and amend an act, of the twelfth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening the road from the Exeter turnpike, ai Reedy Gate, in the parish of Dunsford, in the county of Devon, to Cherrybrook, in the forest of Dartmore, in the faid county.

Cap. 118. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, passed in the tenth year of the reign of his

present Majesty, for repairing and widening the roads leading from Brighthelmston to the County Oak on Lovell Heath, in the county of Sussex,

Cap. 119. To enlarge the term of an act, passed in the tenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening the road from Whitchurch, in the county of Southampton, to the turnpike road at Aldermafton Great Bridge, in the county of Berks.

Cap. 120. To enlarge the term and powers of three several es, passed in the twenty-sixth year of the reign of his late ma| jesty King George the Second, and in the fifth and twentieth

years of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing several reads therein mentioned, leading to and from the town of Shepton Mallet, in the county of Somerset, and for repairing the road from a place called Long Cross Bottom to the Bruton turnpike road, near Batcombe church, in the said county; and for paving, cleansing, lighting, and regulating the streets, lanes, and other publick passages, within the faid town.

Cap. 121. For amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the roads leading from Swindon, to the centre of Chriflian Mala ford Bridge, and from Calne to Lyneham Green, and from the di. re&tion poft in Long Leaze Lane, near Lydiard Marsh, to Cricklade, in the county of Wilts.

Cap. 122. For enlarging the term and powers of two acts, of the fixteenth year of King George the Second, and the ninth year of his present Majesty, for repairing the road from Bowes, in the county of York, to Brough under Stainmore, in the county of Westmorland; and for repairing and widening the road from Maiden Castle, to Kaber Cross, and other roads therein men. tioned, in the said counties.

Cap. 123. To enlarge the term and powers of an act, passed in the ninth year of the reign of his present Majefty, for repair. ing and widening the road from Darly Moor, in the county of Derby, to Ellafton, in the county of Stafford, and from thence to the turnpike road betwen Leek and Ashborne, in the said counties of Derby and Stafford.

Cap. 124. To enlarge the term and powers of an act, made in the seventh year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repoiring the highways from that part of Counter's Bridge which lies

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in the parish of Kensington, in the county of Middlesex, leading through the towns of Brentford and Hounslow, to the powder mills, in the road to Staines; and to Cranford Bridge, in the said county in the road to Colnbrook; and for repairing, turning, or altering the highway leading from the said road, at or near the end of Sion Lane, to the town of Ineworth, in the said county, and from thence to a gate on the south side of Teddington Field; and also the highway leading out of the said great road, near Smallbury Green turnpike, to a house known by the sign of The George, in the town of Idleworth aforesaid; and for lighting and watering part of the said highways.

Cap. 125. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, passed in the ninth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening the road from The Broken Cross, in Macclesfield in the county of Chester, over the Long Moss and Monks Heath to the turnpike road in Nether Tabley, in the said county, and for turning and exchanging part of the said road.

Cap. 126. For amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the roads leading from the town of Haver fordwes to the city of Saint David's, and from the said city to Caerfai, in the parish of Saint David's, in the county of Pembroke.

Cap. 127. For continuing the term, and altering and enlarging the powers of an act, passed in the tenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing, widening, turning, and altering the roads from Butterton Moor End, near Oncott, in the county of Stafford, to the three mile fone in the turnpike road leading from Buxton to Athborne, in the county of Derby, and from Blackton Moor, in the county of Stafford, to the turnpike road leading from Buxton to Alhborne, near Newhaven, in the county of Derby, and from Warslow to Ecton Mine, in the county of Stafford.

Cap. 128. For enlarging the term of an act, of the tenth year of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening the road from Burford to Banbury, in the county of Oxford, and from Burford aforesaid, to the turnpike road leading to Stow, in the county of Gloucester, at the bottom of Stow Hill, and from Swerford Gate, in the faid county of Oxford, to the turnpike road in Ayaho, in the county of Northampton.

Cap. 129. To enlarge the term and powers of an act, passed in the nineteenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, An all for reducing into ane act of parliament the several laws now in force for repairing the road leading from the town or village of Tittenfor, to the most northern part of Talk on the Hill, in Butt Lane, in the county of Stafford; and for repairing the road from Darlastone Bridge, over Tittensor Heath, through the town or village of Tittensor aforesaid; and for making, and keeping in repair, a road branching out of the said turnpike road, near the house known by the sign of The Black Lion, to, or nearly to, Shelton Wharf, all in the parish of Stoke upon Trent, in the said county of Stafford.

Cap. 130. For more effectually repairing several roads leading from the town of Bromyard, in the county of Hereford, and other roads adjoining thereto.

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Cap. 131. For enlarging the term and powers of an ad, passed in the fifth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening the road from Dunham Ferry io the south end of Great Markham Common, in the county of Nottingham.

Cap. 132. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, paffed in the tenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening the road from Worksop 10 the turnpike road at Kelham, and from Debdale Hill to the great northern road at South Muskham in the county of Nottingham.

Cap. 133. For amending and widening several pieces of road and opening and making several pieces of new road therein defcribed, so as to make a convenient carriage road from Buckingbom, through Brackley, to join the Daventry turnpike road near Banbury.

Cap. 134. To enlarge the term and powers of three acts, made in the first and twelfth years of the reign of his late majefty King George the Second, and in the third year of his preient Majesty, for repairing the road from the powder mills on Hounflow Heath, in the county of Middlesex, to a place called Basingstone, alar ibe town of Bagshot, in the paris of Windlesham, in the county of Surrey; and for maintaining and repairing Egham Causeway, in the raid county of Surrey.

Cap. 135. For amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the road from Great Marlow, in the county of Buckingham, to Stekenchurch, in the county of Oxford.

Cap. 136. For enlarging the terms of two several acts, passed in the tenth and twenty-fifth years of his present Majesty's reign, for amending the road from Aylesbury, in the county of Buckingham, through Thame and Little Milton, to the turnpike rond between Bensington and Shillingford, in the county of Oxford; and for emending the road from the turnpike road at Thame to the Oxford turnpike road between Postcomb and Tetsworth, in the said county; and for making more effectual provision for repairing the said roads.

Cap. 137. For continuing and amending certain ads, of the second and twenty-second years of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening the road from Flimwell Vent, in the county of Sussex, through Highgate, in the county of Kent, and the parishes of Sandhurst, Newenden, and Northiam, to Rye, in the said county af Sussex, and from Highgate aforesaid to Cooper's Corner in the

jaid county of Suffex, and for repairing and widening a piece of road communicating with one of the roads comprised in the said acts, called Whitebread Lane,

PRIVATE ACT'S.
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wife Beaghall, and Kellingley, in the parish of Kellington, in the west riding of the county of York,

2. An act for dividing and inclosing the common fields, common pastures, and waste lands, within the parish of Doveridge alias Doverbridge, in the county of Derby.

3. An act for naturalizing Christian Noordingh.

4. An act for vesting the estates devised by the will of the honourable Elizabeth Byng, deceased, in the county of Somerset, in trustees, to be fold, and for investing the money arising by the sale thereof in the purchase of other estates, to be settled to the like uses to which the estates so to be sold are subject.

5. An act to enable trustees to cut down and sell timber upon the estates devised by the will of Thomas Brand, esquire, and to invest the monies arising therefrom in the purchase of lands and hereditaments, to be settled to the uses of the will, and for other purposes therein mentioned,

6. An act to dissolve the marriage of John Parsow, esquire, with Elizabeth Hall, his now wife, and to enable him to marry again, and for other purposes therein mentioned.

7. An act for dividing and inclosing the open common fields, meadows, ings, pastures, and other commonable lands and walte grounds, within the lordship or liberty of Kellington, in the west riding of the county of York.

8. An aci for dividing and inclosing the open common fields, common ings, stinted pasture, common and waste grounds, within the manor of Tadcaster, in the couaty of York, and county of the city of York.

9. An act for naturalizing Luke Foreman esquire.

10. An act for naturalizing Nicholas Albert Martinius and James La Fontaine.

11. An act for naturalizing Peter Godeffroy, Jobanna Catherine Godeffroy, bis wife, and John Thornton.

12. An act for naturalizing Jacob Krohn.

13. An act for establishing and confirming an agreement made between William Parkes and Thomas Read, and Mary his wife, and the right honourable George earl Brooke of Warwick Castle and earl of Warwick, for the exchange of certain lands in the county of IVar wick, and in the borough of IVarwick, in the said county.

14. An act for enabling the dean and chapter of Canterbury and Thomas Clutton to grant building leases, pursuant to an agreement entered into for that purpose.

15. An act for vesting the Bath estate, fituate in the island of Barbadoes, and late belonging to Edward Day esquire, deceased, together with the stock and effects upon or belonging to the fame, in trustees, to be fold and conveyed, purfuant to an agreement for that purpose; and for applying the money to arise by such sale in discharging the incumbrances thereon, and for other purposes therein expreited.

16. An act for enabling the trustees of Henry Smith esquire, deceased, to accept ac onveyance of divers hereditaments in the parish of Reigote, in the county of Surrey, and an annual or fee farm rent of twenty-five pounds, reserved out of, or for, the manor of Mount Bures, in the county of Elex, and a yearly rent of thirty pounds, part of an annual or fee farin rent of forty pounds, reserved out of, or for, the manor of Heddington, with the hundred of Bullingdon, in the county of Oxford, in exchange for the several manors of Knowle, Sevenoaks, Kempling, and Seal, in the county of Kent, and divers hereditaments in the several parishes of Sevenoaks, Kemping, and Seal, in the said county of Kent, and to convey the last-mentioned hereditaments accordingly.

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17. An act to diffolve the marriage of John Walford the younger, with Sophia Elizabeth Jeanes, his now wife, and to enable him to marry again, and for other purposes therein mentioned.

18. An act for dividing and inclosing the open and common field, and commonable land and ground, within the manor and parilh of Great Kineton otherwise Kington, in the county of Warwick, called Great Kineton Field.

19. An act for dividing and inclosing the common and open fields, common meadows, common pastures, ftinted pastures, commons and waste iands, within the manor and parish of Egzinten, in the county of Derby..

20. An act for dividing and inclosing the open parts of the common arable fields, a cominon stinted pasture, called The Town Close, and a certain common, or waste, called The Hollings, within the manor and township of Kippax, in the west riding of the county of York

.: 21. An acti for dividing, allotting, and inclosing, the open and common fields, common meadows, commơn pastures, waste, and other commonable lauds and grounds, in the parith of Little Woolflon, in the county of Bucks.

22. An act for dividing and inclosing the open common fields, paftures, meadows, woods, and other commonable lands and waste grounds, within the parishes of Barston otherwise Barkestone and Plungar, in the county of Leicejter.

23. An act for dividing and inclosing the open common fields, meadows, and pastures, and other commonable lands and waste grounds, within the parish of Hofe, in the county of Leicester.

24. An act for naturalizing Charles Theophilus Cazenove and Jobn Francis Batard.

25. An act for naturalizing Frederick Koitban.
26. An act for naturalizing Henry Heyman the younger.

27. An act for naturalizing Jean Baptiste Armand de Choiseul, called Marquis de Choiseul.

28. An act for establishing and confirming a certain exchange agreed upon between his grace the archbishop of York and William Markbam esquire, of certain lands and heriditaments of the said archbishop, called Beckey Grange, in the parish of Abberford, in the county of York, for certain lands and hereditaments of the faid William Markham, Gituate at Langthorne and Crakeball, in the parishes of Bedale and Hornby, or one of them, in the said county.

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