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Cap. 55. To enable fir William Hamilton, knight of the most
honourable order of the bath, his heirs and assigns, to make and
provide quays, docks, piers, and other erections; and to efta-
bili a market, with proper roads and avenues thereto respectively,
rebia the manor or lordihip of Hubber/lon and Pill, in the county
Cap. 56. To alter and amend an act, passed in the last session
of parliament, for making and maintaining a navigable canal from or
from near to Cromford Bridge, in the county of Derby, to join and
communicate with the Erewaih Canal, at or near Langley Bridge;
and also a collateral cut from the said intended canal, at or near Cod-
Dor Park Mill, to or near Pinxton Mill, in the faid county.
Cap. 57. For making and maintaining a navigable commu-
nication between Stownarket and Ipswich, in the county of Suf-
. 58. For draining, civiling, and inclofing, certain moors,
commons, or waste lands, called Edington, otherwise Burtle
, East Heath, Weft Heath, and Chyde. Batch, within the
hamlet of Edington, and parish of Moorlincb, in the county of
Cap. 59. For more effectually embanking the marsh called
Malldraeth and Corsddaugou, in the county of Anglesey, and drain-
ing and preserving the same, and the inclosed low lands con-
. 60. For effectually carrying into execution two acts, of
the fixteenth and twenty-fifth years of his present Majesty, for
making and maintaining a navigable canal from the Scourbridge
navigation to the Birmingham and Birmingham and Fuzily canal
navigations, in the counties of Worcelter and Stafford.
Cap. 61. For authorising and enabling the right honourable
George earl of Mount Edgcumbe and Reginald Pole Cariw esquire,
to establish and maintain a common ferry over and across the
tiver Tamer, between a certain place north of Plymouth Dock, in
the parish of Stoke Damarel in the county of Devón, and Torpoint
in the parish of Antony Saint Jacob, otherwise Antony in the Eaji,
in the county of Cornwall.
Cap. 62. For paving, cleansing, lighting, and widening the
, lanes, and passages; for removing and preventing en-
croachments, nuisances, and annoyances; and for regulating the
porters and drivers of carts, within the borough of Truro, and
part of the adjoining parishes in the county of Cornwall.
Cap. 63. For preserving the works made for supplying the
on of Bradford, in the county of York, and part.of the town.
thip of Horton, in the parish of Bradford aforesaid, with water ;
for the more easy recovery of the rents for the faid water; and
to enable the proprietors thereof to borrow money for the im-
proving such works.
Cap. 64. For establishing a chapel at Ramsgate, in the parish
of Saint Laurence, in the Ne of Thanet, in the county of Kent,
as a chapel of eale to the church of the same parish.
Cap. 65. To enable the company of proprietors of the canal
navigation from Leeds to Liverpool, to vary the line of the said
canal navigation; and to raise a further sum of money for the
purpose of completing the said canal navigation; and for other
Cap. 66. For paving, and otherwise improving, the city and
township of Peterborough.
Cap. 67. For paving, cleansing, lighting, watching, and re-
gulating the streets, lanes, ways, and publick passages and places,
within the city of Durham, and borough of Framwelgate, and
the suburbs thereof, and streets thereto adjoining; for removing
and preventing nuisances, annoyances, encroachments, and ob-
structions therein; for widening and rendering more commodious
several of the said streets, lanes, ways, and publick passages and
places; and for regulating and improving the markets within the
faid city and suburbs.
Cap. 68. For better supplying the town and neighbourhood
of Leeds, in the county of York, with water; and for more ef-
fectually lighting and cleansing the streets and other places within
the said town and neighbourhood, and removing and prevent-
ing nuisances, annoyances, encroachments, and obstructions
Cap. 69. For amending and enlarging the powers of, and ren-
dering more effectual, an act made in the twenty-eighth year of
the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, An alt for pulling
down the church of Saint James at Clerkenwell, in the county of
Middlesex; and for building a new church, and making a new church
yard, or cemetery, in the said paris, with convenient avenues and
pasages thereto; and for purchasing Pentonville chapel, and making
the same a chapel of ease to the laid church.
Cap. 70. To amend an act of the last sellion of parliament,
for providing an additional burial ground for the parish of Saint
James, Westminster, and erecling a chapel adjoining thereto, and also
a house for the residence of a clergyman to officiate in burying the dead.
Cap. 71. For taking down the church and tower belonging
to the parish of Saint John at Hackney, in the county of Middle-
fex, and for building another church and tower for the use of the
said parish, and for making an additional cemetery or church
Cap: 72. For taking down the church, chancel, and tower,
belonging to the parish of Banbury, in the county of Oxford, and
for rebuilding the same.
Cap. 73. For forming a junction between the Forth and Clyde
navigation and the Monkland navigation; and for altering, en-
Jarging, and explaining several former acts passed for making
and maintaining the said navigations.
Cap: 74. To alter and amend an act, made in the fourteenth
year of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, in-
tituled, An act for the effectual draining and preservation of Water-
beach Level, in the county of Cambridge; and to establish an agree.
sest made between the lord of the manor of Water beach cum Den-
DY and the commoners within the said manor.
. 75. To enable the company of proprietors of the Staf-
faler and Worcestershire canal navigation, to improve the na-
viguica of the river Severn, from Stourport, in the county of
Brujar, to a place called Diglis, near the city of Worcester.
. 76. For forming and keeping in repair the streets and
ather publick passages and places, within a certain district, in
the parish of Saint Luke, Chelsea, in the county of Middlesex, called
Hans Town, and for otherwise improving the same.
Cap. 77. For the better paving, cleansing, lighting, and
watching the city of Coventry, and the suburbs thereof, and re-
moving and preventing nuisances and annoyances therein ; and
far regulating the publick wells and pumps within the said city
Cap. 78. To continue an act, made in the sixth year of his
prefent Majesty's reign, intituled, An act to regulate the loading of
feips with cools, in the ports of Newcastle and Sunderland.
. 79. For rebuilding the parish church of Euf-Grinstead,
in the county of Suffex.
Cap. 8o. For providing a workhouse for, and for the better
relief and employment of, the poor of the parish of Streatham,
in the county of Surrey; and for appointing an additional over-
leer for the better government of the poor of the said parish.
Cap. 81. For providing a new poor house for, and for the
better relief and government of, the poor of the township of
Manibefter, in the county of Lancaster.
Cap. 82. For making and maintaining a navigable canal from
Merthyr Tidvile, to and through a place called The Bank, near
the town of Cardiff, in the county of Glamorgan.
Cap. 83. For impowering persons navigating boats, barges,
and other vessels, in the river Ouze, in the county of Norfolk, to
hale or tow with horses, or other beasts, on the banks or sea
walls of the said river; and for making satisfaction to the owners
of tbe laid banks or sea walls.
PUBLICK ACTS not printed in this COLLECTION.
Cap. 84. To impower William Henry Campbell esquire, to
fhut up a road and foot paths in the parish of Lifton, in the
unty of Elex; and to oblige him to make and keep in repair
for the future another road and foot path in lieu thereof.
Cap. 85. For continuing an act of the tenth year of the reign
o bis present Majesty, for amending the road from Saint Stephen's
, in the city of Norwich, to Block Hill, in Trowse, et the
sogle wbere the road divides, to Bixley and Kirby, in the county of
Cap. 86. For continuing an act of the ninth year of the reign
of his present Majesty, for amending the road from Bishopsgate
Bridge, in the city of Norwich,
to a fione formerly called The Two
Mile Stone, where the Norwich road joins the Caister causewa
two miles and a half port of the town of Great Yarmouth,
Cap. 87. For continuing an act of the twelfth year of h
present Majesty, for repairing and amending the road from Berstre
Gates, in the city of Norwich, to New Buckenham, in the coun.
Cap. 88. To enlarge the term and powers of an act paffe
in the tenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repair
ing, widening, and altering the road from Macclesfield, in the coun
of Chester, to the turnpike road at Randle-Carr Lane Head :
Fernilee, in the county of Derby, leading to Chapel in the Frith.
Cap. 89. For continuing the term, and altering and enlargin
the powers, of certain acts of parliament, for repairing the roa:
from Royston, in the county of Hertford, to Wandesford Bridge
in the county of Huntingdon, and from the town of Huntingdon
the causeway at or near the west end of the town of Somer ham, i
the county of Huntingdon, lo far as relates to the middle an
south divisions, and separate district, of the said roads.
Cap. go. For enlarging the term and powers of an act of th
of his present Majesty, for amending, widening, an.
keeping in repair, several roads leading it and through the toren
Goudhurst, in the county of Kent.
Cap. 91. For enlarging the term of an act of the elevent
year of his present Majesty, for repairing, widening, and keepin
in repair, several roads leading from Tavernspite to the towns
Pembroke and Tenby, and to Hubberston Haking, in the couni
Cap. 92. To enlarge the term and powers of an act, passe
in the twenty-eighth year of the reign of his present Majesty
for repairing and widening the road from the Leicelter and Welfor
turnpike road, in the counties of Leicester and Northampton, nea
Foston Lane, to the turnpike road leading from Hinckley to Alhb
de la Zouch, in the said county of Leicester; and for repairin
and widening two pieces of road, called Hunt's Lane and Woo
Lane, in the parishes of Desford and Newbold Verdon.
Cap. 93. For making and repairing the road from Newmii
Bridge, by Foodie's Mill, Inverkeitbing, Aberdour, Kirkcaldy, Gai
latown, and Cameron Bridge, to Craill, and other roads in th
county of Fife.
Cap. 94. For enlarging the term of several acts, made for re
pairing the roads from Stump Cross to Newmarket Heath, an
from Stump Cross aforesaid to the end of the town of Trumping
ton, next to Shelford, and from Shelford Pound to Wittlesford
and for making more effectual provision for repairing the fai
roads, and also one mile of the road between Trumpington an
Cambridge, commencing at the south end of Trumpington afore
faid; and for amending the road from Chesterford Bridge to th
end of Wirtlesford next to Shelford, all in the county of Cambridge
Cap. 95: To enlarge the term and powers of so much of a
act, made in the ninth year of the reign of his present Majesty
25 relates to the amending, widening, altering, clearing, and
keeping te repair, several roads leading from the borough of
, in the county of Dorset.
Car.gb. For enlarging the terms, and altering the powers,
of two acts, made in the fixteenth year of the reign of his late
, and in the ninth year of the reign of his present Ma-
, for repairing the roads leading from Marlborough, through
Id Kenact to Sheppard's Sbord, and from the Hare and Hounds,
i Beckhampton, to the top of Cherril Hill, and from the town of
Atebury to the cross way at Beckhampton, and from the turnpike
gate a tvebury to Wroughton, and from the north side of Swin-
da, to the Carpenter's Arms in Blunsden, in the county of Wilts,
and for diverting, turning, and altering part of the said roads;
and for repairing and widening the road on the west side of The
Tore Barrows, from the direction post there, on the new road
leading from Beckbampton to Devizes, to the distance of one mile
from the said direction post westward.
Cap. 97. For continuing the term, and enlarging, altering,
and amending, the powers of an act, made in the tenth year of
bis present Majesty, for repairing, widening, and keeping in repair,
the road from New Chappell, in the county of Surrey, over Cop-
thorn, in the county of Suffex, through Lindfield, to the town of
Diechling, up to the top of Ditchling Bost Hills, in the said county
Cap. 98. For repairing and widening the road from Rowde
Ferd to Red Hill, and from Chittoe Heath to the town of Calne,
in the county of Wilts; and for repealing three acts, made in
the second and twenty-fifth years of the reign of his la:e majesty
King George the Second, and in the twenty-third year of his
prefent Majesty, for repairing the highways between Sheppard's
Stard and Horsley Upright Gaie, leading down Bagdown Hill, ja
the county of Wilts, and other ruinous parts of the highways
Cap. 99. For continuing the term, and altering and enlarging
the powers of certain acts, made for repairing the road from
, in the west riding of the county of York, to Kirkby in
, in the county of Westmorland, so far as relates to such
part of the said road as lies within the county of York.
. 100. For making, amending, and keeping in repair, the
read from Fofbrook, in the parish of Dillorn, through Dillorn, and
from thence to or near to Chedleton, in the county of Stafford.
. 101. To enlarge the terms and powers of three several
ads, made in the thirteenth year of the reign of King George
the First, the twenty-first year of the reign of King George the
, and the eleventh year of the reign of his present Ma-
, for repairing the road leading from the town of Bromsgrove,
aihe county of Worcester, to the town of Birmingham, in the
buty of Warwick.
Cap. 102. For making, amending, widening, and keeping in
repair, a road from Eve Hill near Dudley, to the New Inn, ir
the parish of Pattingham, and from the turnpike road at or near