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7. For Trouble in engrossing in a Book the Names of the £ si d.

Men contained in each Subdivision Return of Enrolment
(Schedule E.):
For engrossing 50 Names, and under

0 5 0
Ditto
51 to 150 Names

0 10 0 Ditto 151 to 250 Names

1 0 0 Ditto 251 Names and upwards

1 10 0 8. For drawing out fair Copy of the Lord Lieutenant's Annual

Return of the Militia for the County, containing the Num-
ber, Names, and Rank of the Officers, and the Number
of the Noncommissioned Officers, Drummers, and Private
Men :
In Counties furnishing One Regiment, Battalion, or
Corps

0 15 0
Ditto
Two

Ditto

1 10 0 Ditto Three

Ditto

2 0 0 No separate Charge being made for Attendance upon

the Lord Lieutenant or Deputy Lieutenants for his
or their Signatures thereto.
Note.—

This Allowance is of course only charge-
able by the General Clerks of those Counties
in Scotland which furnish the greatest Propor-
tion of Men towards the Formation of the

Regiment, Battalion, or Corps. 9. For Stationery:

To the Clerk of General Meetings in a County where

the Number in the original Quota of the Militia is under
300 Men

2 0 0
Ditto
from 301 to 600 Men

3 0 0 Ditto from 601 to 900 Men

4 0 0 Ditto from 901 Men and upwards

5 0 0 10. For Copyings, Correspondence, &c. &c.

To the Clerk of General Meetings in a County where the

Number in the original Quota of the Militia is 200
Men, or under

2 0 0 In a County furnishing from 201 to 400 Men

0 0 Ditto from 401 to 600 Men

0 0 Ditto from 601 to 800 Men

5 0 0 Ditto from 801 Men and upwards

6 0 0 11. The actual Amount expended for printing and publishing

the Advertisements, for Postages, Expresses, and Mes-
sengers, to be allowed upon an Account specifying each
Article of Postage, &c. certified specially by the Lieu-
tenancy, whose Certificate shall state that the same were
necessary and actually performed.
The Charge for printing and publishing Advertisements

is invariably to be supported by the Receipt of the
Person to whom paid.

TRAINING AND EXERCISE.
12. for filling up printed Notices to the Clerks of Subdivision

Meetings, of the Time and Place fixed by the Lord Lieu-
tenant or Deputy Lieutenants for assembling the Militia
to be trained and exercised, each Notice

0 0 6

£ s. d.

1 0 0

2 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0

0 5 0

0 1 0

13. For making out correct Abstracts from the Adjutant's or

other Commanding Officer's Returns, Schedule (F.), in
the Form Schedule (G.), for His Majesty's Secretary of
State for the Home Department, in Counties in England
and Scotland, furnishing a Quota towards the Formation
of an entire Regiment or Battalion
In Counties in England, Wales, and Scotland, furnishing

One Regiment, Battalion, or Corps
Ditto
Two

Ditto
Ditto
Three

Ditto ALLOWANCES TO CLERKS OF SUBDIVISION MEETINGS. 14. For Trouble in calling a subdivision Meeting by Advertise

ment, no separate Charge being made for writing Letters

or framing the Advertisement Or, for calling a Meeting by circular Letters to the Deputy

Lieutenants, the Adjutant, or other Commanding Officer,

(no Charge being made for the Draft) for each Letter
15. For attending Subdivision Meetings, for each of the Three

first or principal Meetings at which the Statutory Quorum
of Lieutenancy shall be present, viz.

For receiving Lists and hearing Appeals,
For balloting,
For enrolling
And for the Meeting held to apportion the Deficiencies

among the Parishes, &c. when necessary to be done:
and also, for calling out the Quota or Apportionment
of the Subdivision to be trained and exercised; which
Allowance shall be in full for engrossing Minutes and

making up Lists
And for each Meeting held by Adjournment to complete the

Business of any or either of the Three first or principal
Meetings above enumerated, which Allowance shall be in

full for engrossing Minutes and making up Lists
And for each Meeting which shall have been summoned, but

which is necessarily postponed by the Subdivision Clerk
in consequence of the Absence of the Deputy Lieu-

tenants
16. For filling up printed Precepts to the Chief or High Con-

stables in England and Wales, including the Tower Ham-
lets and Stannaries of Cornwall and Devon, to give
Notice of the Number of Men apportioned to serve for
each Parish, and to issue out their Orders to the Petty
Constables to serve Notices upon ballotted Men, each

Precept
And, for filling up printed Precepts to the Schoolmasters,

Chief Constables, Constables, or other Officers in Scot

land, for the Performance of similar Duty, each Precept 17. For Trouble in amending the Returns of Persons liable to

serve in the Regular Militia, by taking out the Names of
all Persons who may appeal, and whose Appeals or Claims
of Exemption have been allowed, and inserting the
Names of any Persons that have been omitted to be in-
serted, and in numbering the Returns, and making out

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2 per 1000

2 2 0 3 3 0 4 4 0 5 5 0

5 0 0 10 0 O 15 0 1 0 0

the Tickets for the Ballot, after the Rate of Two Pounds
for every One thousand Names of Persons returned liable
to serve, and so in Proportion for a greater or smaller

Number of Men
18. For making out the Annual Abstracts of Lists, Schedule (C),

for the Use of the Clerk of General Meetings, where the
original Quota or Appointment of the Subdivision is
50 Men and under

From 51 to 150 Men
From 151 to 250 Men

From 251 Men and upwards
19. For making out fair and true Copies of Lists of Men en-

rolled for each Subdivision of a County in Great Britain,
including the Tower Hamlets and the Stannaries of
Cornwall and Devon, for the Use of the Clerk of General
Meetings, Schedule (E.), and the Colonel or Commandant
of the Regiment of the County, viz.
For a Řoll containing 50 Names, and under

from 51 to 150 Names
from 151 to 250 Names

from 251 Names and upwards
20, For Stationery to the Clerk of a Subdivision furnishing Men

towards the Quota of a County, in the following Propor-
tions, viz.
For a Subdivision furnishing 50 Men and under

from 51 to 150 Men
from 151 to 250 Men

from 251 Men and upwards
21. For Correspondence and Copyings to the Clerk of a Sub-

division furnishing Men towards the Quota of a County
in the following Proportions, viz.
For a Subdivision furnishing 50 Men and under

from 51 to 150 Men
from 151 to 250 Men

from 251 Men and upwards
22. The actual Amount expended for printing and publishing

Advertisements, for Postages, Expresses, and Messengers,
to be allowed upon an Account specifying each Article
of Postage, and specially certified by the Lieutenancy,
whose Certificate shalt state that the same was necessary,
and actually performed.
The Charge for printing and publishing Advertisements

is invariably to be supported by the Receipt of the

Person to whom paid.
23. For Trouble in apportioning and distributing to the Con-

stables of the several Townships, Parishes, &c. within the
limits of the Subdivision, the various Forms of Schedules,
&c.
For a Subdivision furnishing 50 Men and under

from 51 to 150 Men
from 151 to 250 Men

from 251 and upwards 7 & 8 Geo. IV.

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O 5 0 0 10 0 0 15 0 1 0 0

TRAINING AND EXERCISE.
24. For filling up printed Precepts to the High or Chief Con-

stable in each Subdivision of any County in England and
Wales, including the Tower Hamlets and the Stannaries
of Cornwall and Devon, to issue out their Warrants to the
Petty Constables, Tithingmen, or other Officers within
their respective Hundreds, to give Notice in Writing to
the Men enrolled to attend the Training and Exercise of
the Militia :
For each Precept containing 50 Names and under

from 51 to 150 Names
from 1.51 to 250 Names

from 251 Names and upwards
And for filling up printed Precepts to the Chief Constables,

and to the Schoolmasters, Constables, or other Officers of
the Parishes within the Subdivisions of any County,
Stewartry, City, or Place in Scotland, to give Notice in
Writing to the Men enrolled, to attend the Training and
Exercise of the Militia:
For each Precept containing 10 Names and under

from 11 to 30 Names
from 31 to 50 Names
from 51 to 70 Names
from 71 to 100 Names

from 100 upwards
25. For making out full and true Lists of the Names and Dates

of Enrolment of all Persons enrolled within each Sub-
division respectively, for the Use of the Commanding
Officer and Adjutant of each Regiment, Battalion, or
Corps of any County, Stewartry, City, or Place in Great
Britain, previously to the Training and Exercise :
For a Roll containing 20 Names and under

from 21 to 50 Names
from 51 to 150 Names
from 151 to 250 Names

from 251 and upwards
26. For correcting the Books of Enrolment of the Subdivision,

so as to correspond accurately with the Extracts from
the Adjutant's or other Commanding Officer's Return,
Schedule (F.), of the State of the Classes of the Men
forming the Quota or Apportionment serving in the Regi-
ment, Battalion, or Corps of Militia of any County,
Stewartry, City, or Place in Great Britain :
For a Subdivision furnishing 50 Men and under

from 51 to 150 Men
from 151 to 250 Men
from 251 and upwards

06 0 1 0

2 6 0 4 0

7 0 0 10 0

0 2 6 0 5 0 0 10 0 0 15 0 1 0 0

0 5 0 0 10 0 0 15 0 1 0 0

ALLOWANCES TO SCHOOLMASTERS IN SCOTLAND. 27. For filling up and delivering Notices to Householders, for

each Day, consisting of Eight Hours

0 5 0

26. For making out Lists, for each Folio, consisting of Sixty

& 3. d. Lines

0 1 0 29. For attending Meetings of Lieutenancy, each Meeting 0 10 0 30. For filling up and delivering Notices to balloted Men, per Day

0 5 0 31. For Stationery, per Annum

0 5 0 ALLOWANCES TO CONSTABLES IN SCOTLAND. 32. For filling up and delivering Notices to Householders, for each Day, consisting of Eight Hours

0 4 0 33. For making out Lists, for each Folio, consisting of Sixty Lines

0 1 0 34. For attending each Meeting of Lieutenancy, per Day

0 4 0 35. For filling up and delivering Notices to balloted and enrolled Men, per Day

0 4 0 36. For Stationery, where the Lists are made out by the Constables, per Annum

0 5 0 SPECIAL CONTINGENT ALLOWANCES, applicable to the Clerks of

General and Subdivision Meetings of Lieutenancy respectively. 37. When it is necessary to call a Person from a Distance to perform the

Duty of a General or Subdivision Clerk, such Person shall have an Allowance for his travelling Expences, not exceeding Nine Pence per Mile, and the Expence of Tolls and Ferry Money ; but the Particulars of such Expences shall be specified in a Statement, and certified by the Lieutenancy, and transmitted in support of the Charge in the Clerk's

Annual Account. 38. The Expence necessarily incurred for the Use of a Room at the Place of

Meeting, to be allowed upon the Production of the Receipt of the
Person to whom the same may be paid.

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CAP. LI.
An Act for further amending an Act passed in the Fourth

Year of His present Majesty's Reign, for the better Ad-
ministration of Justice in the Equity Side of the Court of
Exchequer in Ireland.

[23d June 1827.] WHEREAS by an Act passed in the Fourth Year of the

Reign of His present Majesty, intituled An Act for the 4 G. 4. c. 70. better Administration of Justice in the Equity Side of the Court of Eschequer in Ireland, reciting that there were then Four • Examiners at the Equity Side of the said Court of Exchequer, it was enacted, that from and after the Commencement of the said Act there should be but Two Chief Examivers at the Equity Side of the said Court, who should perform the several • Duties mentioned and specified for them in the Tables in that • Behalf thereto annexed; and that the said Two Examiners should be appointed by the Chief Baron of the said Court, by Deed to be by him duly executed and enrolled in the said Court; and further, that the Two first Examiners to be appointed under the Provisions of the said Act should be appointed from among the Four then Examiners of the said Court; and fur

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