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Street End, in the parish of Kingswinford, to the turnpike 'roa
leading from Dudley to Wolverhampton, in the counties of Wor
cester, Salop, and Stafford.

Cap. 103. To continue the term, and alter and enlarge th

powers, of an act of the tenth year of his present Majesty, fo

repairing the road from Biggleswade, in the county of Bedford

through Bugden and Alconbury, to the top of Alconbury Hill, ani

from Bugden to Huntingdon, and from Cross Hall to Grea

Stoughton Common, in the county of Huntingdon, and also th

road leading out of the aforesaid road at or near the ferry house, i

the parish of Tempsford, to and through Little Barford, Eyne

sbury, and Saint Neots, to the turnpike road at the end of Cros

Hall Lane.

Cap. 104. For continuing and amending an act, of the tenth

year of his present Majesty, for amending and widening the roa

from Saint Stephen's Gate, in the county of the city of Norwich
to the windmill in the town of Watton, in the county of Norfolk.

Cap. 105. To continue the term, and alter the powers, of le

much of two acts, made in the twenty-fifth and thirty-firl

years of the reign of his late Majesty, for repairing several roads

in the counties of Linlithgow and Stirling, as relates to the roads

lying within the county of Linlithgow.

Cap. 106. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, passed

in the eighth year of the reign of his present majesty King

George the Third, for repairing and widening the road from the

Mayor's Stone, in Abingdon, in the county of Berks, through Cum-

ner, to the ancient borse road at Swinford, in the said county.

Cap. 107. To continue the term, and alter and enlarge the

powers, of an act, passed in the ninth year of the reign of his

present Majesty, for repairing and widening the road from Cheadle

to Botham House, and from thence to Butterton Moor End, in

the county of Stafford.

Cap. 108. To continue the term, and alter the powers, of se

much of two acts, made in the twenty-fifth and thirty-first years
of the reign of his late Majesty, for repairing several roads in the
counties of Linlithgow and Stirling, as relates to the roads lying
within the county of Stirling ; and for repairing the road from
Loanhead to Saint Ninian's, in the said county of Stirling.

Cap. 109. For repairing several roads in the counties of Stir-
ling and Dumbarton.

Cap. 110. For more effectually amending, widening, and
keeping in repair, the roads from the town of Denbigh, to the
turnpike road between Northop and Holywell, and from Afon Wen
to the town of Mold, in the counties of Denbigh and Flint.

Cap. ult. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, paffed
in the ninth year of the reign of his present majesty King George
the Third, for repairing and widening the road from the end of the
turnpike road in Shawbury, in the county of Salop, to Drayton in
Hales, in the said county; and from thence to Newcastle under Line,
in the county of Stafford, and from Shawbury aforesaid to the turn-
pike road in High Ercall, in tbe said county of Salop, and from

Shaw

Shawbury carefaid 10 Wem, in the said county; and from thence

to the turnpike road in Standford, in the said county.

Cap. 112. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, passed

in the tenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repair-

ing exsidering the road from Tunstall, in the county of Stafford,

1: Besley, in the county of Chester; and from Great Chell to Shel-

ex, in the said county of Stafford.

Cap. 113. To enlarge the term and powers of an act, made

in the fourth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repair.

ist, widening, and keeping in repair, the high roads leading from

Alfreton, in the county of Derby, through Carter Lane, to a certain

picue is the town of Mansfield called Stockwell; and from the bridle

gate, at the divifion of the liberties of Blackwell and Hucknall,

ibraagd the town of Sutton in Alhfield, to the Mansfield and

Newark turnpike at or near Python Hill, in the forest of Sherwood,

is the county of Nottingham.

Cap. 114. For amending, widening, and keeping in repair,

the road from the east end of Brombam Bridge, in the county of

Bedford, to the turnpike road leading from Wellingborough to

Olney, in the county of Bucks; and allo the road from the faid

turopike road, at or near the south end of the town of Olney

aforesaid, to the turnpike road leading from Northampton to

Neupart Pagnell, in the same county.

Cap. 115. For continuing the term, and enlarging the powers,

of certain acts for repairing the road from the town of Hitchin,

through Sbefford, to the turnpike road from Saint Albans to Beda

ford, and other roads therein mentioned, in the counties of

Hereford and Bedford.

walte lands, within the parish of Old Buckenham, in the count

of Norfolk.

7. An act for dividing and inclosing several open fields in th

township of Burton Leonard, in the county of York.

8. An act for dividing and inclosing the several moors, con

mons, or waste grounds, called Dunkc/wick Common, Huby Con

mon, Wefcoebill Common, and Weeton Green, within the man

and parish of Harewood, in the county of York.

9. An act for dividing and allotting the intermixed or con

monable lands and grounds, and common pastures or wal

lands, within the manor and parish of Dibden, in the county'

Southampton.

10. An act for dividing, allotting, inclosing, and regulatir

the open fields, meadows, pastures, moors, commons, ar

waste grounds in the parish of North Collingham, in the coun

of Nottingham.

11. An act for dividing and inclosing a certain common mo

or tract of waste ground called Killingworth Moor, in the parii

of Long Benton, in the county of Northumberland.

12. An act to enable Thomas Samwell Watson Samwell esquin

(lately called Thomas Samwell Watson) and his heirs male,

take the surname, and use the arms of Samwell, pursuant to th

will of fir Thomas Samwell baronet, deceased.

13. An act for naturalizing George Pætsch, John Christie

Hartwig Garbers, and John Henry Pafleur.

14. An act for naturalizing Julius George Bierbaum.

15. An act for naturalizing Noah Turmine.

16. An act for naturalizing Matthias Koops.

17. An act for embanking the common falt marsh within th

parishes of Terrington Saint Clement's, and Terrington Saint John'

in the county of Norfolk, and for dividing and inclosing the same

and other commons within the said parishes.

18. An act for dividing and allotting the open and common

able lands within the manor of Deverill Longbridge, Hussey D.

verill, and Monkion Deverill, in the county of Wilts.

19. An act for dividing and inclosing the open common field:

and other commonable lands, within the parish of Dormfione, i

the county of Worcefler.

20. An act for dividing and inclosing the open common field:

pastures, and other commonable lands and waste grounds, withi

the parish of Harby, in the county of Leicesier.

21. An act for naturalizing William Blaauw.

22. An act for dividing and inclosing the open fields, commo

mcadows and pastures, common and waste lands, in the libert

or lord ship of Mickleover, in the county of Derby.

23. An act for dividing and inclofing part of a certain commo

or waste land, called Road Common, within the manor of Roa

and Langham, in the parishes of Road and North Bradley, in th

counties of Somerset and Wilts.

24. An act for dividing and inclosing the common and wast

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25. An act for dividing and inclofing the common and open

felis

, meadows, commonable lands, and waste grounds, in the

parish of Polebrook, in the county of Northampton.

27. An act for impowering the truftees of the most noble

Har duke of Newcastle to lay out part of his settled money in
the purchase of a leasehold manor, messuages, farms, lands,
tythes

, tenements, and hereditaments, lying intermixed, or con-
Kezient to be enjoyed, with his settled estates in the counties of
Nottingham and York, upon the like trusts, and with the like

pomers, as his said estates now stand settled upon, or are subject

28. An act for sale of part of the settled estates of Richard

Wales esquire, deceased, in the county of York, and for settling

other estates, in the county of the city of York, in lieu thereof.

29. An act for vesting the settled estates of the reverend Stea

en Weile

, doctor of laws, in London, Middlesex, Surrey, and

Hertfordshire, in trustees, to be sold, and for laying out the pur-

chake money in other estates to be settled to the same uses, and

for enabling the trustees in the mean time to grant building and

repairing leafes.

30. An act to enable fir Fobn Riddell baronet, to use the fur-

name and arms of Buchanan, pursuant to the will of Archibald

Buchanan esquire, deceased, and for vesting certain estates in the

counties of Bedford and Bucks, devised by the said will to the

ples therein mentioned, in trustees to sell the same, for discharg-

ing incumbrances thereon, and to lay out the residue of the

money arising by such sale in the purchase of lands to be settled

to the same uses, and for other purposes.

31. An ad for exchanging the settled estate of the reverend

John Templer, in the county of Kent, for another estate of greater

value in the county of Devon, to be fetiled in lieu thereof.

32. An act for lettling and securing the lands of Quintinespie,

Dk'ands

, and others, and the reinds, parsonage, and vicarage
of the lands of Redcastle, and others, lying in the stewartry of
Kirkcudbright, to aud' in favour of mistress Margaret Lawrie of

Redcaftle, widow of the deceased Andrew Lawrie esquire of Red-

vafle, and the same series of heirs in fee tail, and under the famie

conditions and limitations as are mentioned and contained in

180 deeds of entail, made in the years one thousand seven hun-

deed and twenty-seven and one thousand seven hundred and

thirty-three, by Mr. Walter Lawrie of Redcastle, and for vesting

in the aforesaid mistress Margaret Lawrie, and her heirs and

aligns in fee Ginple, the lands of Mool and Cairn, and others,

in the county of Wigton.

33. An act for vesting certain parts of the settled estates Thomas Estcourt esquire, in the counties of Gloucester and Wilt in trustees, to be sold and exchanged, and for laying out part the money arising by sale in other estates, to be feitled to the fam uses, and for applying the residue in discharge of incumbrance

34. An act to effectuate and establish an exchange betwee William Colhoun esquire, with the provost and college of Eron, the advowson and right of patronage of and to the consolidate or united rectories of Creeting Ail Saints and Creeting Saint Olave. in the county of Suffolk, for the advowson and right of patronag of and to the rectory of East Wretham, in the county of Norfolk

35. An act to effectuate and establish an exchange betwee William Colboun esquire, and the provost and scholars of th King's college of Blessed Mary and Saint Nicholas, of Cambridge of the advowson and right of patronage of and to the rectory o Hepworth, in the county of Suffolk, and certain pieces of lan and hereditaments in Hepworth aforesaid, for the advowson and right of patronage of and to the rectory of West Wretham, in the county of Norfolk.

36. An act for vesting part of the settled estates of the mos noble Charles duke of Norfolk, in the county of Sussex, in him the faid duke, in fee, and for settling other estates of the said duke in the same county, of equal or greater value, in lieu thereof.

37. An act for vesting the manor of Fisherton Delamere otherwile Filberton Delamore, and other hereditaments in the county of Wilts, devised by the will of the most noble Charles formerly duke of Bolton, with the appurtenances, in trustees, discharged of the uses and trusts of the said will, for the purpose of more effectually carrying into execution certain decrees or decretal orders of the court of chancery for the sale of the said estates. 38. An act to confirm a lease lately made by Henry Nevill

, carl of Abergavenny, of certain entailed mines, and other hereditaments, in the county of Monmouth, and to enable granting future leases of the said 'entailed mines, and other hereditaments, and also of all other estates of which the said earl is feized, as tenant in tail male, under an act of parliament passed in the lecond and third years of the reign of King Philip and Queen Mary, and under the limitations in the last will of George lord Abergavenny, in the said act of Pbilip and Mary mentioned.

39. An act for vesting the settled estates of Richard Hatchett esquire, and Katharine his wife, in the county of Chester, and part of their settled estates in the county of Salop, in trustees, to be sold, and for laying out the purchase money in other estates, to be settled to the same uses.

40. An act for dividing and inclosing the open and common fields, meadows, heath, and waste grounds, within the parish of Bowbrickbill and hamlet of Fenny Stratford, in the county of Buckingham.

41. An act for dividing and inclosing the open fields, and commonable places in the parish of Lutterworth, in the county of Leicefier.

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