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sioners of his Majesty's Treasury to purchase of part of the land revenue of the Crown for the duties of package, scavage, balliage, and providing fixtures, furniture, fittings, and porterage belonging to the corporation of decorations for Buckingham Palace. [28th London. [28th August, 1833.]

August, 1833.] Cap. 67, An act to amend an act of the second Cap. 82, An act to allow the people called

year of his present Majesty, for the uni- Separatists to make a solemn affirmation formity of process in personal actions in his and declaration instead of an oath. [28th Majesty's Courts of Law at Westminster. August, 1833.] [28th August, 1833.]

Cap. 83, An act to compel banks issuing proCap. 68, An act to amend the laws relating to missory notes payable to bearer on demand

the sale of wine, spirits, beer, and cider by to make returns of their notes in circulation,

retail in Ireland. [28th August, 1833.] and to authorize banks to issue notes payCap. 69, An act to extend and enlarge the able in London for less than fifty pounds.

powers of the Commissioners of his Ma- [28th August, 1833.] jesty's Woods, Forests, Land Revenues, Cap. 84, An act to provide for the performWorks, and Buildings, in relation to the ance of the duties of certain offices conmanagement and disposition of the laud nected with the Court of Chancery which revenue of the Crown in Scotland. [28th have been abolished. (28th August, 1833.) August, 1833.]

Cap. 85, An act for effecting an arrangement Cap. 70), An act to alter and amend an act of with the East India Company, and for the

the forty-first year of his Majesty King better governinent of his Majesty's Indian George the Third, for the better regulation territories, till the thirtieth day of April one of public notaries in England. [28th Au-| I thousand eight hundred and fifty-four. [28th gust, 1833.]

August, 1833,7 Cap. 71, An act for the appointment of con- Cap. 86, An act to provide for the payment of

venient places for the holding of assizes in certain ancient grants and allowances for

England and Wales. [28th August, 1833.] merly paid out of the civil list revenues. Cap. 72, An act for carrying into effect two [28th August, 1833.]

conventions with the King of the French for Cap. 87, An act for remedying a defect in suppressing the slave trade. [28th August, titles to messuages, lands, tenements, and 1833.]

hereditaments allotted, sold, divided, or exCap. 73, An act for the abolition of slavery changed under acts of inclosure, in conse

throughout the British Colonies for pro quence of the award not having been inmoting the industry of the manumitted rolled, or not having been inrolled within slaves, and for compensating the persons the tirne limited by the several acts; and for hitherto entitled to the services of such authorizing the appointment of new comslaves. [28th August, 1833.]

missioners in certain cases where the same * Cap. 74, An act for the abolition of fines and shall have been omitted. [28th August,

recoveries, and for the substitution of more 1833.7 simple modes of assurance. [28th August, Cap. 88, An act to continue for seven years, 1833.)

and from thence to the end of the then next Cap. 75, An act to continue until the end of session of Parliament, an act of the fifty

the next session of Parliament two acts for ninth year of King George the Third, for the prevention, as far as may be possible, of facilitating the recovery of the wages of seathe disease called the cholera or spasmodic men in the merchants service. [th Auor Indian cholera in England and Scotland. gust, 1833.] [28th August, 1833.)

Cap. 89, An act to authorize the issue of a Cap. 76, An act to alter and amend the laws sum of money out of the consolidated fund

for the election of the magistrates and coun- towards the support of the Metropolitan cils of the royal burghs in Scotland. [28th Police. [ th August, 1833.] August, 1833.]

Cap. 90, An act to repeal an act of the eleventh Cap. 77, An act to provide for the appoint year of his late Majesty King George the ment and election of magistrates and coun- Fourth, for the lighting and watching of pacillors for the several burghs and towns of rishes in England and Wales, and to make Scotland which now return or contribute to other provisions in lieu thereof. [ th Aureturn members to Parliament, and are not gust, 1833.]

royal burghs. [28th August, 1833.] Cap. 91, An act for consolidating and amending Cap. 78, An act to amend the laws relating to the laws relative to jurors and juries of Ire

grand juries in Ireland. [28th August, land. [ th August, 1833.] 1833.7

Cap. 92, An act to explain and amend the Cap. 79, An act to provide for the more im- provisions of certain acts for the erecting and

partial trial of offences in certain cases in establishing public infirmaries, hospitals, and Ireland. [28th August, 1833.]

dispensaries in Ireland. [ th August, 1833.) Cap. 80, An act requiring the annual state. Cap. 93, An act to regulate the trade to China

ments of trustees or commissioners of turn- and India. [ August, 1833.] pike roads to be transmitted to the Secretary Cap. 94, An act for the regulation of the proof State, and afterwards laid before Parlia ceedings and practice of certain offices of the ment. [28th August, 1833.]

High Court of Chancery in England. [29th Cap. 81, An act to authorize the application August, 1833.]

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List of Public General Statutes.- Local and Personal Acts made public.

Cap. 95, An act to appoint additional cominissioners for executing the acts for grant

LIST OF LOCAL AND PERSONAL ing an aid by a land tax, and for continuing the duties on personal estates, offices, and

ACTS, DECLARED PUBLIC, AND pensions. [29th August, 1833.]

TO BE JUDICIALLY NOTICÉD. Cap. 96, An act to apply the sum of six mil

3 & 4 William IV. lions out of the consolidated fund to the service of the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, and to appropriate the sup-Cap. 1, An act for raising money to pay complies granted in this session of parliament. pensation for damages commitied within the f29th August, 1833.]

hundred of Broxtowe in the county of NotCap. 97, An act to prevent the selling and ut tingham during the late riots and turnults

tering of forged stamps, and to exempt from therein. stamp duty artificial mineral waters in Great Cap. II, An act for repealing an act passed in Britain, and to allow a drawback on the ex- the fourth year of the reign of his Majesty portation of gold and silver plate manufac King George the Third, for the better relief

tured in Ireland. [29th August, 1833 ] and employınent of the poor in the hundred Cap. 98, An act for giving to the corporation of Bosmere and Claydon in the county of

of the governor and company of the bank of Suffolk, and for granting more effectual England certain privileges, for a limited pe powers instead thereof. riod, under certain conditions. [25th August, Cap. III, An act for lighting with gas the bo. 1833.7

T rough of Congleton and the township of Cap. 99, An act for facilitating the appointment Buglawton within the parish of Astbury in

of sheriffs, and the more effectual audit and the county of Chester. passing of their accounts; and for the more Cap. IV, An act to enable the Clarence Rail. speedy return and recovery of fines, issues, way Company to make certain additional forfeited recognizances, penalties, and deo- branch railways; and to amend and enlarge dands; and to abolish certain offices in the the powers of the several acts for making Court of Exchequer. [29th August, 1833.] |

and maintaining the said railway. Cap. 100, An act for the relief of the owners of Cap. V, An act for more effectually repairing

tithes in Ireland, and for the amendment of and improving several roads in the counties an act passed in the last session of parlia- of Cornwall and Devon, leading to the boment, intituled an act to amend three acts rough of Saltash in the county of Cornwall, passed respectively in the fourth, fifth, and and for making a new branch and deviations in the seventh and eighth years of the reign of of roads to communicate therewith. his late Majesty King George the Fourth, Cap. VI, An act for repairing the road from providing for the establishing of compositions Reedy Gate in the parish of Dunsford, for tithes in Ireland, and to make such com through Moretonhampstead, to Cherry Brook

positions permanent. [291h August, 1833.] in the forest of Dartmoore, in the county of Cap. 101, An act to provide for the collection Devon.

and management of the duties on tea. Cap. VII, An act for repairing the road from [29th August, 1833.]

Darly Moor in the county of Derby to El. Cap. 102, An act to repeal certain penal enact laston in the county of Stafford, and from

ments made in the parliament of Ireland thence to the turnpike road between Leek against Roinan catholic clergymen for cele in the same county and Ashborne in the brating marriages contrary to the provisions county of Derby. of certain acts made in the parliament of Cap. viii, An act for repairing and maintaining Ireland. [29th August, 1833.7

the road from the guide post near Sudden Cap. 103, An act to regulate the labour of Bridge in the parish of Rochdale to Bury,

children and young persons in the mills and and a branch therefrom, all in the county factories of the united kingdom. [29th Au- palatine of Lancaster. gust, 1833.]

Cap. ix, An act for repairing the roads from Cap. 104, An act to render freehold and copy- near Monk Bridge, near York, to New Mal

hold estates assets for the payment of siinple ton, and from thence to Scarborough, and

contract debts. [29th August, 1833.7 1 from Spittle House to Scarborough, all in Cap. 105, An act for the amendment of the the county of York. Law relating to Dower. [29th August, Cap. x, An act for more effectually repairing 1833.)

L and improving the roads from Ipswich to Cap. 106, An act for the amendment of the Helminghain and to Debenham, and from law of inheritance. [29th August, 1833.] | Hemingston to Otley Bottom, in the county

of Suffolk. Cap. XI, An act for more effectually repairing

the Roads from Swell Wold to the turnpike road leading from Tewkesbury to Stow, and

from Cheltenham to Sedgborough, and from ** The few acts of which the dates are not Winchcomb to the said turnpike road from given, were passed on the 28th or 29th August; Tewkesbury to Stow; and also for making and will be supplied in an early number.

a new branch from the said road in Winchcomb to the turnpike road leading from

List of Local and Personal Acts, made Public.

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Flint.

Cheltenham to London at Andoversford in roads to communicate with the said districts. the parish of Dowdeswell, in the county of Cap. xxvi, An act for the more effectually reGloucester.

pairing and maintaining the turnpike road Cap. xii, An act for more effectually repairing from Pant Evan Brook in the county of

and improving the roads from Wendover to Flint to Abergele in the county of Denbigh, the end of Oak Lane, and from the River and thence to Conway Ferry House in the Colne for half a mile towards Beaconsfield, county of Carnarvon. in the county of Bucks.

Cap. xxvII, An act for repairing and maintainCap. XIII, An act for repairing and improving ing the roads from Denbigh to the Northop

the road from Barnsley to Cudworth Bridge, and Holywell road, and from Afon Wen to and from thence into the turnpike road Mold, and also a branch of road leading from leading from Wakefield to Doncaster, and Northop to Mold, near a place called Black other roads connected therewith, all in the Brook, and extending over Rhydgolea West Riding of the county of York.

Bridge, by Rhùal, to a certain bridge called Cap. XIV, An act for making, repairing, and Pontnewydd, in the counties of Denbigh and

improving certain roads leading to and from Helston in the county of Cornwall.

Cap. xxvIII, An act for repairing and mainCap. XV, An act for more effectually repairing taining the roads from the turnpike road at

the road from the city of Norwich to the Golford Green in the parish of Cranbrooke windmill in the town of Watton in the coun to the turnpike road in the parish of Sandty of Norfolk, and for making a new branch hurst, and from the village of Benenden to of road to communicate therewith.

the Bull Inn at Rolvenden Cross in the Cap. xvi, An act for repairing the road from county of Kent.

Wellsbourn Mountfort to Stratford-upon- Cap. xxix, An act to amend two acts for more

Avon in the county of Warwick. Cap. XVII, An act for making and maintaining marsh lands or low grounds, in the counties

a road from Bishop's Waltham to join the of Kent and Sussex, draining into the river Botley and Winchester road at or near Fish- Rother and channel of Appledore. er's Pond in the parish of Owslebury in the Cap. xxx, An act for making the hamlets of New. county of Southampton.

bold and Armscott a separate parish from Cap. XVIII, An act for more effectually repair the parish of Tredington in the county and

ing and improving the road from the end of diocese of Worcester; and for building a Ardwick Green near Manchester in the church and providing a churchyard and parcounty palatine of Lancaster to Mottram in sonage house at Newbold. Longdendale in the county palatine of Cap. XXXi, An act for better supplying with Chester.

water the city and county of the city of ExCap. XIX, An act for more effectually making eter, and such part of the parish of Saint

and maintaining a road from Thornset in the David as is situated in the county of Devon. county of Derby to Furnace Colliery within Cap. XXXII, An act for more effectually supDisley in the county of Chester, and for plying with water the city and county of making and maintaining several additions the city of Exeter, and places adjacent thereto.

thereto. Cap. xx, An act for taking down the parish Cap. XXXIII, An act to alter and amend an act

church of Stretton-upon-Dunsmore in the of the fifty-third year of his late Majesty county of Warwick and Diocese of Lichfield King George the Third, for better assessing and Coventry, and building a new church in and collecting the poor and other rates in lieu thereof.

the parish of Saint Giles, Camberwell, in the Cap. XXI, An act for the better sewage, clean county of Surrey, and regulating the affairs

sing, and draining of the town of Cheltenham thereof, and for other purposes relating in the county of Gloucester.

thereto. Cap. xxii, An act for more effectually repair- Cap. XXXIV, An act for making a railway from

ing and improving the road from Bolton to the Warrington and Newton railway at WarKearsley called the Moses Gate district of rington in the county of Lancaster to Birroad, and a branch thereout from Stone mingham in the county of Warwick, to be Clough to Pilkington, all in the county of called the Grand Junction Railway. Lancaster.

| Cap xxxv, An act for making a railway from Cap. XXIII, An act to rectify a mistake in an Whitby to Pickering in the North Riding of

act of the last session of parliament, for the county of York. more effectually repairing and improving Cap. xxxvi, An act for making a railway from certain roads leading to and through the London to Birmingham.

town of Goudhurst in the county of Kent. Cap. XXXVII, An act for maintaining and imCap. xxiv. An act for repairing the road from proving several roads in the county of Car.

Bicester in the county of Oxford to Ayles- | digan. bury in the county of Buckingham

Cap. XXXVIII, An act for more effectually reCap. xxv, An act for more effectually repair- pairing the road from the twenty mile stone

ing and improving the several roads com on Egham Hill in the county of Surrey to a prising the Flint, Holywell, and Mostyn dis place called Basingstone, near the town of tricts of roads in the county of Flint, and for Bagshot in the parish of Windlesham in the making new deviations and extensions of same county.

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Cap. XXXIX, An act for more effectually re- Cap Liu, An act for repairing and maintain

pairing, altering, widening, and otherwise ing the road from Stone Street Hatch at improving the road from Ber Stree: Gates in Ockley in the county of Surrey to Warnham the city of Norwich to New Buckenham in in the county of Sussex. the county of Norfolk.

Cap. LIV, An act for more effectually repairing Cap. Xl, An act for improving certain roads the road from Tunstall in the county of Stat

within the county palatine of Chester, called ford to Bosley in the county of Chester, and the Chester, Neston, and Woodside Ferry from Great Chell to Shelton in the said district of roads.

county of Stafford, and for making a new Cap. XLI, An act for repairing the road from line and diversion of road to communicate

Upton in Ratley to Great Kington and Wel- therewith. lesbourne Hastings in the county of War- Cap. LV, An act for more effectually repairing wick.

the roads leading from the city of Gloucester Cap. XLII, An act for more effectually repair towards the city of Hereford, and also to

ing the several roads leading from the towns wards Newent and Newnhain in the county of Hertford and Ware and other places in of Gloncester, Ledbury in the county of the county of Hertford.

Hereford, and Upton-upon-Severn in the Cap. xlii, An act for more effectually re- county of Worcester.

pairing the road from Lewes to Brighthelm- Cap. Lvi, An act for more effectually repairing stone in the county of Sussex.

the road from the north end of the road Cap. xliv, An act for more effectually repair. called “ The Coal Road," near West Auck

ing the roads from Hodges to Beadles Hill land in the county of Durhamn, to the Elsdon and Cuckfield, and from Beadles Hill to road near Elishaw in the county of NorthLingfield, all in the county of Sussex.

umberland. Cap. XLV, An act for repairing and improving Cap. LVII, An act to amend an act passed in

several roads called the Main Trust Roads, the seventh year of the reign of his late Maall in the county of Carmarthen, and making jesty King George the Fourth, for repairing a new piece of road to communicate therewith the roads from Manchester to Salter's Brook, from the confines of the said county to and for making several roads to communi.

King's Moor in the county of Pembroke. cate therewith ; and also for making a cer. Cap. XLVI, An act for making a railway from tain new extension or diversion of the said London to Greenwich.

roads instead of a certain extension or diCap. XLVII, An act for better regulating the version by the said act authorized to be

market, and cleansing the streets, and pre made. venting nuisances, in the town of Taunton in Cap. LVIII, An act for more effectually repairthe county of Somerset; and for amending ing the several roads leading from the botwo several acts of his late Majesty King rough of Ledbury in the county of Hereford, George the Third relative thereto.

tiẦti\/2\/2\/222/22ņģ22–2ū2\/òffiř/►ņ2/22– Cap. XLVIII, An act to alter and enlarge the row to the road from Gloucester tu Worces

powers of several acts passed for the better ter, and for making several roads to comrelief and employment of the poor in the municate therewith. hundred of Wangford in the county of Suf. Cap. LIX, An act for more effectually repairing folk.

the road from the canal bridge in Hurdstield Cap. xlix, An act to alter, amend, and enlarge in the county of Chester to the turnpike road

the powers of an act passed in the fourth at Randle Carr Lane Head in Fernilee in year of the reign of his Majesty King George the county of Derby, leading to Chapel-inthe Third, intituled “ An act for the better re the-Frith in the same county. lief and employınent of the poor in the hun. Cap. LX, An act for more effectually repairing dred of Mutford and Lothingland in the the road from the turnpike road in Baldock county of Suffolk.

in the county of Hertford to the turnpike Cap. L, An act for building a bridge over the road at or near Bourn Bridge in the county

river Trent, from Walton upon Trent in the of Cambridge. county of Derby to Barton under Needwood Cap. LXI, An act for repairing and improving in the county of Stafford.

the road between the towns of Ross and Cap. LI, An act for paving, cleansing, lighting, Abergavenny by Broad Oak and Skenfrith,

watching, and improving the town and pa and certain roads connected therewith, leadrishes of Gravesend and Milton in the county ing to Grosmont and other places, and for of Kent, and for removing and preventing making and maintaining certain branches of nuisances and annoyances therein.

road to communicate therewith, all in the Cap. LII, An act to alter, amend, and enlarge counties of Hereford and Monmouth.

the powers of an act passed in the ninth year | Cap. LXII, An act for improving and enlarging of the reign of his late Majesty King George the market places within the city of York, the Fourth, for making and maintaining al and rendering the approaches thereto more railway or tramroad from Gelly Gille Farm commodious; and for regulating and mainin the parish of Llanelly in the county of taining the several markets and fairs held Carmarthen to Machynis Pool in the same within the same city and the suburbs thereparish and county, and for making and of; and for amending an act of his late maintaining a wet dock at the termination Majesty, for paving, lighting, watching, and of the said railway or tramroad at Machynis .

1. improving the said city; and other purposes. Pool aforesaid.

Miscellanea.List of New Publications.

431 Cap. LXIII, An act for granting certain powers. The second treatise referred to, is on the

to a company called “ The linperial Conti- laws of Scotland, and is entitled Regiam Manental Gas Association.”

1.justułem, because it commences with the words Cap. LXIV, An act for the better establishing regiam majestutem, in the same manner as

and securing a fund for providing annuities Glanville commences his work with the words to the widows and children of the members regium potestatem. The many points of re

of the faculty of procurators of Glasgow. semblance between this work and that of GlanCap. LXV, An act to enable the Edinburgh Life ville put it beyond all doubt that the one was

Assurance Company to sue and be sued in copied from the other, but to which the merit the name of their inanager, secretary, or a of originality is to be ascribed has been made a limited number of their ordinary directors, matter of dispute. Suffice it here to observe, to hold property, and for other purposes re- that the Scotch work bears the marks of havlating thereto.

ing been written with the view of illustrating Cap. LXVI, An act to enable the Economic our author; and this, coupled with the cir

Life Assurance Society to sue and be sued cumstance that in Skene's collection of Scotch in the name of any one of the directors or laws, which follow the Regium Majestatem, trustees of the said society.

several laws are taken from English statutes Cap. LXVII, An act to alter and amend the of prior date, it is pretty clear that a consider

powers of several acts passed relating to the able part of the Scotch jurisprudence was bor. harbour of Rye in the county of Sussex, androwed from ours. for granting further powers for improving There are, besides, some smaller treatises and completing the said harbour and the on the Euglish law of this period that are ennavigation thereof.

titled to notice, namely, the Dialogues de ScacCap. LXVIII, An act for paving, lighting, cario, the Liber Niger, and the Liber Ruber.

watching, cleansing, and otherwise improv- The Dialogus de Scuccario, a treatise on the ing the township or chapelry of Birkenhead Court of the Exchequer, is ascribed by some in the county palatine of Chester, and for to Gervasius Tilburiensis, and by others to regulating the police thereof, and for esta- Richard Fitz-Nigel, bishop of London, who

blishing a market within the said township. succeeded his father as treasurer in the reign Cap. LXIX, An act to enable the company of of Richard I. It is quoted by Lord Coke un

proprietors of the Leicester and Swanning der the name of Ockham, and is to be met ton Railway to execute additional works and with at the end of Mr. Madox's History of the branches, and for altering and amending Exchequer. A translation has since been the powers of the act relating to the said printed, under the title of “A Dialogue of railway.

the Exchequer.” Cap. Lxx, An act for enabling the Stratford The Liber Niger and the Liber Ruber are

and Moreton Railway Company to make a two miscellaneous collections of charters, new branch of railway to Shipston-upon- treatises, and conventions; the former of Stour in the county of Worcester.

which is ascribed to Gervasius Tilburiensis, (To be continued in our next.]

and the latter to Alexander de Swineford, archdeacon of Shrewsbury, and an officer in the Exchequer. At the latter end of Henry the Second's reign, Hearne printed the Liber

Niger with some other things in two volumes, MISCELLANEA.

under the title of Exemplar velusti Codicis MS. nigro Velamine comperii in Scaccario, &c.

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