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said Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury should direct • and appoint, in which Instrument the said Commissioners for

carrying into Execution the said recited Act of the Fourth Year • of the Reign of His present Majesty should acknowledge the • Receipt of the Money for the Time being advanced, and should

undertake to apply the Produce thereof in the Manner in which • the same ought to be applied in pursuance of the Directions • thereinafter contained, and should also undertake to pay the • same, and the Interest thereof, when and as the same should be

received by them, under the Provisions thereinafter contained, • into the Exchequer, to the Account of the Consolidated Fund, • as thereinafter directed, and should also undertake to put in • force, if necessary, the several Powers and Remedies therein. after given them for obtaining Payment thereof; and it was " thereby further enacted, that the Commissioners acting in the • Execution of the said Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of * His present Majesty should apply the Sums to be so advanced

in Manner following ; (that is to say), any Sum not exceeding • the Sum of Fourteen thousand Pounds in making and completing • a new Cut or Piece of Road, leaving the present Road from London to Holyhead in the Town of Barnet, and falling into the same • Road again at South Mims, the same being within the Limits and • District of the Saint Albans Trust; any Sum not exceeding the • Sum of Five thousand Pounds in making Alterations and Im

provements in the Road from London to Holyhead between Old Stratford and Dunchurch, the same being within the Limits and • District of the Dunchurch and Stratford Trust, and in repairing • the new Pieces of Road which would be formed in making such • Alterations and Improvements, for the Period of Two Years after the same should have been completed ; and any Sum not exceeding the Sum of One thousand Pounds in completing the 'new Cut or Piece of Road commencing at or near the Peahen Inn in the Town of Saint Albans, which said Cut or Piece of • Road was within the Limits of the Saint Albans Trust, and in * repairing the same for the Period of Two Years after the same • should have been completed, and in making the new Branch or • Communication Road directed to be made in lieu of Kingsbury ' Lane in and by the said recited Act of the Sixth Year of the • Reign of His present Majesty: And Whereas, after appropri

ating the several Sums of Fourteen thousand Pounds, Five thou. sand Pounds, and One thousand Pounds, directed by the said · Act of the Seventh Year of the Reign of His present Majesty ' to be applied in carrying the several Alterations and linprove* ments therein mentioned into Effect, the Sum of Twelve thousand · Pounds, Residue of the said Sum of Thirty two thousand Pounds, * mentioned in the said last-mentioned Act, will remain to be ap

plied by the said Commissioners for carrying into Execution the said Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, in making other Alterations and Improvements in the Line of Road from London to Holyhead : And Whereas it would be of great Utility and Advantage to the Public if the Commissioners for carrying into Execution the said recited Act of the · Fourth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty were au'thorized and empowered to apply the Sum of Twelve thousand

· Pounds,

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« Pounds, Residue of the said Sum of Thirty two thousand Pounds * as aforesaid, in forming, making, and completing a new Piece • of Road, commencing at the Seven Stars Public House at

Whitley in the County of the City of Coventry, and extending • from thence to the Village of Allesley in the County of War" wick : And Whereas the Communication between London and Liverpool is of great Public Importance, and in order to improve • the same it is desirable that such Powers as are hereinafter con• tained, with respect to the Line of Road from London to Liver

pool by Lichfield, Newcastle, and Northwich, should be given to • the said Commissioners for carrying into Execution the said • recited Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His present . Majesty: May it therefore please Your Majesty that it may be enacted, and be it enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual

and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assem12,0001. may bled, and by the Authority of the same, That it shall

and may be be applied lawful to and for the Commissioners acting in the Execution of towards Im.

the said recited Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His preprovement of Dunchurch

sent Majesty, to apply the Sum of Twelve thousand Pounds, Road.

Residue of the said Sum of Thirty two thousand Pounds authorized by the said recited Act of the Seventh Year of the Reign of His present Majesty to be advanced to them by the Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury as aforesaid, in making and completing a new Cut or Piece of Road, leaving the present Road from London to Holyhead at the Seven Stars Public House at Whitley in the County of the City of Coventry, and passing from thence in nearly a direct Line to within a short Distance of the Southern End of Little Park Street in the City of Coventry, and from thence into Hertford Street in the same City, and leaving the said City at Saint John's Church, and passing from thence in a direct Line to the Village of Allesley in the County of Warwick, the sanie being within the Limits and District of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust, and in or towards the repairing and maintaining such Parts of the said new Piece of Road as hereinafter mentioned, for the Period of Two Years after the same shall have been completed and opened to the Public.

• II. And Whereas, for the Purpose of making the Alterations and Improvements herein directed to be made, it will be expe• dient and necessary to take down and remove the Houses de. <scribed in the Schedule to this Act annexed, and to take and • make use of the Gardens, Lawns, Orchards, and Grounds

• attached to such Houses, or specified and described in the Power to take • said Schedule ;' Be it therefore further enacted, That it shall down Houses and may be lawful for the said Commissioners acting in Execution in Schedule, on of the said Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His present giving Notice and tendering

Majesty to take down and remove all or any of the Houses deSatisfaction.

scribed in the said Schedule to this Act annexed, and also to take and make use of any of the Gardens, Lawns, Orchards, or Grounds described in the said Schedule, if they shall deem it necessary or expedient to remove, take, or make use of the same, for the Purpose of making the Alterations and Improvements in this Act mentioned; but the said last-mentioned Commissioners, previous to their removing or taking any such Houses, Gardens, Lawns,

Orchards,

Orchards, or Grounds, shall give Six Months Notice in Writing to the Occupier or Occupiers thereof of their Intention so to do, and shall also first make such Satisfaction to the Owner or Owners, Occupier or Occupiers of such House or Houses, Gardens, Lawns, Orchards, or Grounds, as shall be agreed upon between him, her, or them, and the said last-mentioned Cominissioners, or as shall be ascertained by a Jury, pursuant to the Provisions hereinafter referred to or contained.

III. Provided always, and be it further enacted, That if any of Proviso against the Houses, Gardens, Lawns, Orchards, or Grounds mentioned Misdescription and described in the said Schedule to this Act, or any of the Per. of Houses, &c. sons in whose Possession or Occupation the same or any Part thereof are or is stated or described to be, shall happen to be omitted, misnamed, or inaccurately described, then and in such Case, if it shall appear to any Two or more of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Warwick, and be certified by Writing under their Hands, that such Omission, Misnomer, or inaccurate Description proceeded from Mistake, the same shall not prevent or retard the Execution of this Act, but the same Premises, and every Part thereof, shall and may be purchased and sold, or assessed and valued, in Manner herein mentioned or referred to, and conveyed, disposed of, and applied for and to the Purpose of making the Alterations and Improvements hereinbefore mentioned, as fully and effectually as if the same was or were properly named and described in the said Schedule.

IV. And be it further enacted, That the said Commissioners Commissioners acting in execution of the said recited Act of the Fourth Year empowered to

make Contracts of the Reign of His present Majesty shall and may and they are hereby empowered and required to make such Contracts and for making the

Improvements. Agreements as they shall think proper, with skilful Persons and their Sureties, for the making and completing the said new Cut or Piece of Road from the Seven Stars Public House to Allesley, and to appoint such Person or Persons as they shall think proper, who shall from time to time, under such Regulations as the said Commissioners shall direct, draw for the necessary Sums to defray the Expences thereof; and the making and completing the said Piece of Road shall be done by Contract, and in no other Way what. soever.

V. And be it further enacted, That the said new Piece of Road, New Roads to which shall be made under the Provisions hereinbefore contained, be repaired by shall be opened to the Public as soon as the same shall be com

the Commis.

sioners for Two pleted; and so much of such Road as lies between the Seven Years, and then Stars Public House and the Walls of the City of Coventry near to be made Little Park Street in the City of Coventry, and between the City over to Trusof Coventry and the Village of Allesley, shall, for the Period of tees of 5 G. 4. Two Years after the same shall have been completed and opened c.43. to the Public, be repaired, maintained, and supported by and under the Care and Superintendence of the said Commissioners acting in the Execution of the said recited Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, and after the Expiration of the said Period of Two Years the same shall be made over to and from thenceforth be vested in the Trustees of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust, acting in the Execution of an Act passed in the Fifth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty,

intituled

intituled An Act for repairing the Road from Dunchurch to Stonebridge in the County of Warwick.

· VI. And Whereas by the said last-mentioned Act it was • enacted, that the Trustees for executing that Act should demand • and take on the said Road an additional Toll, amounting to One

Fourth of the Tolls thereinbefore authorized to be collected and • taken, until the Sum of Three thousand five hundred Pounds, . in the said Act mentioned, with the Interest then due and to • become due in respect thereof, should be fully paid and satisfied, • and should apply such additional Toll solely in the Repayment

of the said Sum of Three thousand five hundred Pounds: And • Whereas in pursuance of the said Provision of the said Act the

said additional Toll has been collected, and the Monies arising • therefrom applied in or towards Payment of the Principal and • Interest of the said Sum of Three thousand five hundred Pounds • and Interest : And Whereas the Commissioners named and ap

• pointed in and by an Act of Parliament made and passed in the SG. 4. C. 86. • Third Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled An

Act to amend Two Acts, of the Fifty seventh Year of His late Majesty and the First Year of His present Majesty, for authoriz

ing the Issue of Exchequer Bills and the Advance of Money for carrying on Public Works and Fisheries, and Employment of the · Poor; and to authorize a further Issue of Exchequer Bills for the Purposes of the said Acts, advanced and lent to the Trus' tees for executing the said recited Act of the Fifth Year of the • Reign of His present Majesty, as aforesaid, the Sum of Two • thousand Pounds, for further improving the Roads within their • Trust, and such last-named Trustees did, by Indenture, bearing • Date the Twenty eighth Day of December One thousand eight • hundred and twenty six, assign to William Holden Esquire, Se• cretary to the Commissioners for the Issue of Exchequer Bills • as aforesaid, the said additional Tolls, to hold the same until the • said Sum of Two thousand Pounds, with Interest thereon after • the Rate of Four Pounds per Centum per Annum, should be fully

paid and satisfied: And Whereas it will be necessary that some • Provision shall be made for the Repayment of the Sum of Twelve • thousand Pounds, hereinbefore directed to be applied in making

" the said new Piece of Road within the said Trust, and the InAdditional "terest thereof, as hereinafter mentioned ;' Be it therefore further Tolls to be col- enacted, That the said Trustees for executing the said last-menlected by the tioned Act shall, from and after the First Day of January One Trustees of the thousand eight hundred and twenty eight, cease to demand and Dunchurch and Stonebridge

take the additional Toll by the said last-mentioned Act authorized Trust, in lieu to be taken, and in lieu thereof the said Trustees shall and they of additional are hereby authorized and required to demand and take, at the Tolls under

several Turnpike Gates, Bars, or Side Gates, or Chains, which are 5 G. 4. c. 43.

or shall be erected by virtue of the said Act or any other Act
upon, across, or on the Side or Sides of the said Road, or any
Part thereof, besides the ordinary Tolls by the said Act authorized
to be collected and taken, the several Tolls following ; (that is
to say),
For every Horse or Beast of Draught, drawing any Coach,
Sociable, Berlin, Landau, Chariot, Barouche, Chaise Marine,

Calash,

Calash, Curricle, Chair, Gig, Whiskey, Caravan, Hearse, Litter,
or other such like Carriage, if drawn by more than Four Horses,
or other Beasts of Draught, the Sum of Two Pence; and if
drawn by Four Horses or other Beasts of Draught, the Sum of
Two Pence Farthing; and if drawn by Two or Three Horses
or other Beasts of Draught, the Sum of Three Pence; and if
drawn by One Horse or other Beast of Draught, the Sum of

Three Pence :
For every Horse, Mule, Ass, Ox, or Bullock, drawing any Wag-

gon, Wain, Dray, Cart, or other such like Carriage, the Sumn

of Two Pence Halfpenny : For every Horse, Mule, or Ass, laden or unladen, and not draw

ing, the Sum of One Halfpenny: And the said additional Tolls shall be continued to be taken and collected until as well the said Two several Sums of Three thou. sand five hundred Pounds and Two thousand Pounds, with the Interest now due and to become due in respect thereof, or so much thereof as still remains unpaid, as also the Sum of Twelve thousand Pounds hereinbefore authorized to be applied in making the said new Piece of Road within the said Trust, together with Interest for the same at the Rate of Four Pounds

per

Centum per Annum, shall be fully paid and satisfied.

VII. And be it further enacted, That all the said Tolls hereby Tolls authorauthorized to be taken, collected, and received by the said Trus. ized by this tees of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust, shall and may be Act shall be

collected under demanded, taken, collected, and recovered by the said Trustees

the same by and under all such and the like Powers and Authorities, Pro

Powers and visions, and Remedies, as the other Tolls by the said Act of the Provisions as Fifth Year aforesaid authorized to be demanded, taken, collected, the other and recovered on the Road now under the Management of the said Tolls. Trustees ; and all and every Act of Parliament, and all Clauses, Exemptions, Penalties, Forfeitures, and Provisions relating to the said last-mentioned Road, and to the Tolls by the said Act of the Fifth Year aforesaid authorized to be taken thereon, shall be in full Force, Operation, and Effect, as far as the same severally apply, with respect to the said Trustees of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust, as fully ard effectually as if the same were repeated and re-enacted in and by this Act with relation to the said Tolls hereby authorized to be collected.

VIII. And be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for the Application of said Trustees of the Dunchurch and Stonebridge Trust, and they additional Tolls. are hereby authorized and required to apply the Monies arising from the said additional Tolls to be so collected by them as aforesaid, in the first Place, in Payment of the said Two several Sums of Three thousand five hundred Pounds and Two thousand Pounds, and the Interest thereof respectively, or so much thereof as still remains due and unpaid ; in the next Place, in repaying to the said Commissioners acting in execution of the said recited Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, the Sum of Twelve thousand Pounds, to be applied, under the Provisions hereinbefore contained, in making the aforesaid new Piece of Road within the said Trust, together with Interest at the Rate of Four Pounds per Centum per Annum, to be computed

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