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[21st June 1827.] CAP. XXXVII. An Act to make further Regulations for preventing corrupt
Practices at Elections of Members to serve in Parliament, and for diminishing the Expence of such Elections.
[21st June 1827.] VHEREAS it is expedient to make further Regulations
• bers to serve in Parliament, and for diminishing the Expence
of such Elections ;' Be it therefore 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 assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That from and after the Fifth Day of July One thousand eight Persons emhundred and twenty seven,
any Person shall, either during any ployed by CanElection of a Member or Members to serve in Parliament for didates at Elec
tions to be any County, County of a City, County of a Town, City, Borough,
disqualified Cinque Port, or other Place, or within Six Calendar Months pre- from voting. vious to such Election, or within Fourteen Days after it shall have been completed, be employed at such Election as Counsel, Agent, Attorney, Poll Clerk, Flagman, or in any other Capacity, for the Purposes of such Election, and shall at any Time, either
before, during, or after such Election, accept or take from any such Candidate or Candidates, or from any Person whatsoever, for or in consideration of or with reference to such Employment, any Sum or Sums of Money, Retaining Fee, Office, Place, or Employment, or any Promise or Security for any Sum or Sums of Money, Retaining Fee, Office, Place or Employment, such Person shall be deemed incapable of voting at such Election, and
his Vote if given shall be utterly void and of none Effect. Cockades and II. And be it further enacted, That no Person to be hereafter Ribbons not to elected to serve in Parliament shall, after the Teste of the Writ be given by
of Summons, or after such Place becomes vacant in Time of Candidates.
Parliament, before his Election, by himself or Agent, directly
tion. Penalty on
III. And be it further enacted, That any Person so giving or Persons giving allowing, shall for every such Offence forfeit the Sum of Ten or allowing
Pounds to such Person as shall sue for the same, to be sued for Ribbons or Cockades. and recovered in
any of His Majesty's Courts of Record, by Action of Debt, Bill, Plaint, or Information, wherein no Essoign, Protection, Privilege, Wager of Law, or more than One Impar
lance, may be allowed. Act not to ex- IV. And be it further enacted, That nothing in this Act contend to Scot- tained shall extend or be construed to extend to that part of the land.
United Kingdom called Scotland. Voters exempt V. And be it further enacted, That no Person having a Right from serving as to vote at the Election for any County, County of a City, County Constables
of a Town, City, Borough, Cinque Port, or other Place, shail during Elec tions.
be liable or compelled to serve as a Special Constable at or during any Election for Members to serve in Parliament for such County, County of a City, County of a Town, City, Borough, Cinque Port, or other Place, unless he shall consent so to act; and that he shall not be liable to any Fine, Penalty, or Punishment whatever, for refusing so to act ; any Statute, Law, or Usage to the contrary notwithstanding
CA P. XXXVIII.
[21st June 1827.] CHEREAS in some Parts of England the Petty Constables • been required to appear at a Petty Session held previously to
every General Gaol Delivery and Quarter Session for the County in which such Parishes are situate, and to make and sign before the Justice or Justices of the Peace attending such Petty Session certain Presentments of various indictable and
other Offences : And Whereas the said Presentments are at• tended with considerable Expence and Loss of Time, and have,
in consequence of modern legislative Provisions, become useless • and improper; Be it therefore 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
assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That from and after No Constable the passing of this Act, no Petty Constable shall be required at shall be reany Petty Session or elsewhere to make, nor shall any High Con- quired to make stable be required at any General Gaol Delivery, Great Session, respecting the or General or Quarter Session of the Peace in England to deliver Offences herein any Presentment respecting Popish Recusants, Persons absenting mentioned. themselves from their Parish Church or any other Place of Religious Worship licensed by Authority, Rogues and Vagabonds, Inmates, Retailers of Brandy, Ingrossers, Forestallers, Regraters, Profane Swearers and Cursers, Servants out of Service, Felonies and Robberies, unlicensed or disorderly Alehouses, False Weights and Measures, Highways and Bridges, Riots, Routs, and unlawful Assemblies, and whether the Poor are well provided for, and the Constables are legally chosen and sworn.
CA P. XXXIX.
and Queen Mary and of King George the Second, as relate
[21st June 1827.]
Reign of King William and Queen Mary, intituled An
settling the Rates of Carriage of Goods, whereby it was amongst * other Things enacted, that the Justices of the Peace of every
County and other Place within the Realm of England or • Dominion of Wales should have Power and Authority, and • were thereby enjoined and required at their then next respective • Quarter or General Sessions after Easter Day yearly, to assess ‘ and rate the Prices of all Land Carriage of Goods whatsoever, • to be brought into any Place or Places within their respective * Limits and Jurisdictions by any common Waggoner or Carrier, • and the Rates and Assessments so made to certify to the • several Mayors and other Chief Officers of each respective • Market Town within the Limits and Jurisdictions of such Jus* tices of the Peace, to be hung up in some public Place in every • such Market Town, to which all Persons might resort for their * Information; and that no such common Waggoner or Carrier • should take for Carriage of such Goods and Merchandizes above • the Rates and Prices so set, upon pain to forfeit for every such • Offence the Sum of Five Pounds, to be levied by Distress • and Sale of his and their Goods, by Warrant of any Two Justices ' of the Peace where such Waggoner or Carrier should reside, in • manner aforesaid, to the Use of the Party grieved: And Whereas • another Act was passed in the Twenty first Year of the Reign
of King George the Second, intituled An Act to explain and 216.2. c. 28. • amend an Act passed in the Fourteenth Year of His Majesty's • Reign, intituled • An Act for the Preservation of the Public • Roads in that Part of Great Britain called England;' and so • much of an Act passed in the Third Year of the Reign of King • William and Queen Mary, intituled · An Act for the better repair'ing and amending the Highways, and for settling the Rates R 3
of the Carriage of Goods,' as relates to the settling the Rates of the
Carriage of Goods, whereby, after reciting the hereinbefore • recited Act, it was enacted, that if any common Waggoner • or Carrier should, after the Tenth Day of June One thousand
seven hundred and forty eight, demand and take any greater Price for the bringing of Goods to the City of London, or to
any Place within the Bills of Mortality, than was allowed and * settled by the Justices of the Peace for the County or Place • from whence such Goods were brought for the carrying of Goods ' from London to the said County or Place, every such Carrier or Waggoner should for every such Offence forfeit and pay the
Sum of Five Pounds to the Use of the Party grieved, to be ' recovered and levied in the Manner by the said recited Act
directed, or by Distress and Sale of his Goods, by Warrant ' under the Hands and Seals of any Two Justices of the Peace • for the Counties of Middlesex or Surry, or City of London, or City and Liberty of Westminster; and the Clerk of the Peace for every County and Place should immediately after Easter
Session yearly certify to the Lord Mayor of the City of London, ' and also to the respective Clerks of the Peace for the Counties ' of Middlesex and Surry and City and Liberty of Westminster, • the Rates and Assessments made for the Carriage of Goods, in
pursuance of the said Act, in their respective Counties and Places, which Certificate, or an attested Copy thereof, signed by the Officer to whom the same should be so transmitted, should « be taken and deemed sufficient Evidence of the Rates and Price ' set for the carrying of Goods to any County or Place: And " Whereas the Provisions hereinbefore recited are at present • inoperative, and inapplicable to the present Times, and it is • expedient that the same should be repealed;' Be it therefore ' 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 assembled, and by the
Authority of the same, That from and after the passing of this • Act, the Provisions hereinbefore set forth, and any other Powers . or Provisions in the said recited Acts contained, which relate to • the settling the Rates of the Carriage of Goods, shall be and • the same are hereby severally declared to be repealed.
So much of recited Acts as relates to the settling the Rates for the Carriage of Goods, repcaled.
thousand eight hundred and thirty, an Act relating to
[21st June 1827.]
in of he Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third intituled An Act to continue, until the Fifth Day of July One • thousand eight hundred and twenty, certain Laws of Excise with • regard to Crown Glass, and Flint and Phial Glass, and to alter ' certain Law swith regard to Flint Glass, which said Act was con'tinued by an Aot passed in the Fifth Year of the Reign of His
59 G. 3. c. 104.