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of Maidstone, Boxley, Allington, and Aylesford, in the county of Kent.

Cap. 106. For making and maintaining a navigation from Sleaford Caflle Causeway, through the town of Sleaford, in the county of Lincoln, along the course of Sleaford Mill Stream and Kyme Eau, to the river Witham, at or near Chappel Hill, in the same county, and for making necessary cuts for better effecting the said navigation.

Cap. 107. For enlarging and improving the canal called Tattershall Canal, from the river Witham to the town of Tattershall, and extending the same into the river Bain, and for making the Said river Bain navigable from thence to or into the town of Horncastle, all in the county of Lincoln ; and also for amending and rendering complete the navigable communication between the said river Witham and the Fosdike canal, through the High Bridge, in the city of Lincoln.

Cap. 108. For dividing, allotting, and inclosing the com. mons and waste grounds, within the town or hamlet of March, in the manor and parish of Doddington, in the isle of Ely, and county of Cambridge; and for altering and amending an act, passed in the thirtieth year of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, for draining and preserving certain fen lands, low grounds, and commons, in the townships or hamlets of Morch and Wimblington, and in the parish of Upwell, in the ille of Ely, and county of Cambridge.

Cap. 109. For dividing, inclosing, draining, and improving the open fields, meadows, pastures, commons, and waste grounds, within the several townships or hamlets of Hessle, Anlaby, and Tranby, in the county of the town of Kingston upon Hull; and for making a compensation in lieu of tythe for certain ancient inclosed lands within the said several townships or hamlets, and also within the township or hamlet of 11'ooferton, otherwise Wolfreton, in the same county.

Cap. 110. For dividing and inclosing certain parts of the commons, moors, or tracts of waste land, called Hexhamshire, and Allendale Common, and also certain town fields within the regality or manor of Hexham, in the county of Northumberland, and for stinting the depafturing of the other parts of the said commons, moors, or waste land, PUBLICK ACTS not printed in this COLLECTION.

Cap. 111. For continuing and amending an act of the seventh year of his present Majesty, for amending the road from the end of the Town Close, in the county of the city of Norwich, to the Chalk Pits, near Thetford, in the county of Norfolk.

Cap. 112. For continuing and amending an act of the tenth year of his present Majesty, for amending and widening the road from Saint Benedict's Gate, in the county of the city of Norwich, 19 Swaffham, in the county of Norfolk, and from Halfpenny Bridge, in Honingham, 10 the bounds of Yaxham ; and also a lane called Hangman's Lane, near the gates of the said city.

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Cap. 113. For altering, raising, widening, repairing, and preserving the road leading from the north end of the turnpike road called The Coal Road, near Weft Auckland, in the county of Durham, to the Elfdon turnpike road at or near Elishaw, in the county of Northumberland, and for erecting, building, and making necessary and convenient bridges, mounts, and batteries, upon the same.

Cap. 114. For continuing the term, and altering and enlarge ing the powers of an act of the thirteenth year of his present Majesty, for repairing the road from Cherrill," through Calne, 19 Studiey Bridge, and from Cherrill to the Three Mile Burrough, of the top of Cherrill Hill, in the county of Wilts; and for more effittually amending the turnpike road from Chittoe Heath, to the town of Calne.

Cap. 115. For enlarging the term, and altering the powers of an act, made in the eleventh year of his present Majesty's reign, for repairing and widening the roads from Hand Cross to Corner House, and from thence to the turnpike road leading from Horsham to Steyning, and from Corner House aforesaid to the 12 aypole in the town of Henfield, in the county of Sussex; and allo for keeping in repair a certain branch of road leading from the direction post near a certain place called The Crab Trez, in the parish of Beding otherwise Seal, through the parishes of Nut, burji and Horsham, to the town of Horsham, in the said county,

Cap. 116. For enlarging the term of an act of the tenth year of his present Majesty's reign, for repairing and widening the road from Upton, in the paris of Ratley, to the north end of Bridge Street, in the town of Great Kington, and from hence to the guide polt, at the town of Wellesbourne Hastings, in the county of Warwick.

Cap. 117. For repairing and widening the road leading out of the turnpike road from Dover, through Folkestone to Hytbe, at a certain place called Canterbury Lane, within the liberty of the town of Folkesione, to a certain place, in the parish of Folkefone, called Mudfhole ; and for making a new road from thenco through a certain field, called Yaldergates, through Rainden Wood, over Swingfield Minnis, through Denton ; and for repairing and widening the road from thence to the direction post on Parham Downs, in the parish of Barham, at the Four Vents.

Cap. 118. For enlarging and altering the terms and powers of two acts of parliament, made and passed in the eighteenth and twenty-second years of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, for repairing the high road leading from Boroughbridge, in the county of York, through Northallerton, in the fame county, to Croft Bridge, on the river Tees, and from thenca through Darlington, in the county of Durham, to the city of Durham; and for reducing the said acts into one, and for the more effectually repairing and keeping in repair the said road.

Cap. 119. For more effectually amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the road from the town of Kinglon upor

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Cap. 120. For making, amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the roads from the new bridge over the water of Ai. mond, on the contines of the counties of Edinburgh and Linlithgow, by the town of Bathgate, to Baillieflon, in the coun:y of Lanerk; and for making, amending, widening, and keeping in repair, certain branches of road from the said line of road; and for building a bridge over the water of Avon at Torphichen Mill; and for discharging the trustees for executing two acts passed in the twenty-sixth and twenty-seventh years of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, and two acts palied in the fourteenth and thirty-first years of the reign of his present Man jefty, from the care of such part of the road from Newhouse Inn to Glasgow as leads from the confines of the parishes of Monkland and Shotts to the east boundary of Bailliefton aforesaid, and putting the same under the power of the trustees appointed by this act,

Cap. 121. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, made in the thirtieth year of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, so far as relates to the road leading from Renfrew to Greenock, by Corsehill, and by the side of the river Clyde, and by Port Glasgow, and the bridge at Inchinnan; and for more effectually making, and repairing and altering the course of the said road from Renfrew to Greenock; and for making and repairing other roads connecting therewith, and leading to and from Paisley, in the county of Renfrew, and the branches thereof; and for fhutting up bye roads that are useless to the publick.

Cap. 122. For making and repairing the road from the town of Lanark, to the town of Hamilton, in the county of Lanark.

Cap. 123. For enlarging the terms and powers of several ads, of the twenty-sixth year of his late Majesty's reign, and of the eleventh and fifteenth years of his present Majesty's reign, for repairing the high roads in the county of Peebles; and for making the said acts more effe&tual, and for better regulating the statute labour within the said county.

Cap. 124. For continuing the term, and altering the powers, of so much of an act, made in the twelfth year of tlie reign of his present Majesty, as relates to the repairing and widening several roads leading through the county of Lanark.

Cap. 125. To enlarge the term and powers of an act, made in the eleventh year of his present Majesty's reign, intituled, An act to enlarge ihe term and powers of so much of an ait, made in the twenty-fourth year of the reign of King George the Second, as relates to the repairing the road from Cramond Bridge to the town of Queensferry, in the county of Linlithgow.

Cap. 126. For amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the several roads, or branches of road, leading from the parishes of Yoxford, Saxmundham, and Benhall, in the county of Suffolk, to the town of Aldeburgh, in the faid county,

Cap. 127, . Cap. 127. For amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the road leading from The Hoodgate, at the west end of the town of Middleton in Teesdale, in the county of Durham, to the gate in the new inclosure called The Edge, near the collieries called Wef Pitts, in the parish of Saint Andrew's Auckland, in the same county; and also a branch from the said road, at or near the head of the town of Egleston, to Egleston Bridge, over the river Tees.

Cap. 128. For repairing and improving the road from the town of Chapel en le Frith to, or near to, Enterclough Bridge, in the county of Derby; and also the road from the village of Hayfield to Marple Bridge, in the said county; and also the road from the village of Glossop to a certain gate called Claylands Gali, in the township of Longdendale, on or near to the side of the furnpike road leading from Mottram to Woodhead, in the county palatine of Chester,

Cap. 129. For amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the road leading from Swanspool Bridge, in the city of Peterborough, to the town of Thorney, in the isle of Ely, in the county of Cambridge ; and for altering the course of some part of the faid road.

Cap. 130. For continuing and amending two acts, of the twenty-fixth year of King George the Second, and the eighteenth year of his present Majesty, for repairing, amending, and widening the road leading from the Red Post, in the Parish of Fivehead, through the towns of Langport and Somerton, to Butwell ; and several other roads therein mentioned, in the county of Somerset; and for repairing, amending, and widening certain other roads within the said county.

Cap. 131. For enlarging the term and powers of two acts of the thirty-first year of King George the Second, and tenth year of his present Majesty, so far as relates to the road from Leeds to Wakefield, in the county of York,

Cap. 132. To continue the term of two acts of the seventeenth year of King George the Second, and the eleventh year of his present Majesty, for repairing the road leading from the end of Middleton Tyas Lane, over Gatherly Moor, to Greata Bridge, - and from thence to Bowes, in the north riding of the county of York.

Cap. 133. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, passed in the eleventh year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, An adl for repairing and widening the road from the low water mark of the river Humber, at or near Brough Ferry, in the parish of Elloughton, in the east riding of the county of York, to ihe north end of the town of Brough, and from thence, ébrough South Cave, to Coney Clappers, in South Newbald Holmes, in the said riding

Cap. 134. For continuing and amending two acts, of the seventeenth year of King George the Second, and the ninth year of his present Majesty, so far as relates to repairing the road

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Cap. 135. For enlarging and altering the terms and powers of two several ads of parliament, made and passed in the twentyfirst and twenty-ninth years of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, for repairing the high road from ibe town of Bowes, in the county of York, 10 Barnard Castle, in the county of Durham, and from thence, through Staindrop, to Newgate in Binop Auckland, and from Newgate, along Gibb Chair, to Gaundless Bridge, and from thence by Melderston Gill otherwise Cowndon Gill, to the turnpike road near Sunderland Bridge, in the county of Durham; and for reducing the faid acts into one, and for the more effectually repairing and keeping in repair the faid road.

Cap. 136. For continuing the term, and enlarging the powers, of two acts, passed in the seventeenth year of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, and the fourth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing the road between the town of Kingston upon Hull and the town of Beverley, in the east riding of the county of York; and for repairing the road from Newland Bridge 10 the west end of the town of Cottingham, in the said riding

Cap. 137. For making, amending, and keeping in repair, a road from the bottom of Mason's Lane, near the town of Bradford, in the county of Wilts, to join the turnpike road leading from the city of Bath to Kingsdown, at or near Bathford Bridge, in the county of Somerset.

Cap. 138. To enlarge the term and powers of an act, passed in the eleventh year of the reign of his present majesty King George the Third, for repairing and widening the road from Hodges to Beadles Hill, and from thence to the town of Cuckfield, and from Beadles Hill aforefaid to the town of Lindtield, and from the turnpike rond between Cuckfield and Crawley to the town of Horsham; and also the road from Swingate, in the parish of Burwash, 10 Shover Green, in the parish of Ticehurit, all in ihe county oj Suflex.

Cap. 139. For making and maintaining a road from, or nearly from, Stand Edge, within Saddletvorth, in the west riding of the county of York, to or near Mump's Brook, in the township of Oldham, in the parish of Prestwich, in the county palatine of Lancaster, and also a road leading out of the said intended road, through or near Dobcross, to or near a place called Wall Hill in Saddleworth aforesaid ; and also another road leading out of the said first mentioned road, at or near a place called Shaw Hall, to or near a place called Hollins, all in Saddleworth aforesaid.

Cap. 140. For enlarging the term and powers of two acts, passed in the twenty-sixth year of the reign of King George the Second, and the thirteenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing the road leading from the market house in Stourbridge, and other roads therein mentioned, in the counties of VOL. XXXVII.

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