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. same shall not be remedied or removed within Seven Days after such Notice given to the Owner or Owners, Occupier or Occupiers of the Premises wherein such Nuisance or Nuisances shall be situate, or left for him, her, or them at his, her, or their last or usual Place or Places of Abode, or on the said Premises, then every such Owner or Occupier so neglecting to remedy or remove such Nuisance pursuant to such Notice, and to the Satisfaction of the said Commissioners or Trustees or other Persons, or of their Surveyor or Surveyors of the Pave. ments for the Time being, shall forfeit and pay the Sum of Ten Pounds for every such Neglect and Difobedience; and also it may be lawful to and for the said Commissioners or Trustees or other Persons to indict or cause to be indicted such Person or Persons so neglecting or disobeying any such Notice, at the then next or at any future General or Quarter Sessions or Adjourned Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the City, Borough, or County wherein such parochial or other District may be situate, for such Nuisance, or for such Disobedience and Offence; and such Person or Persons being found guilty thereof, such Nuisance or Nuisances shall be removed, taken down, and abated according to Law with regard to public or common Nuisances, or may be subject to such Punishment for a Misdemeanor, as the Justices assembled at a General, Quarter, or Adjourned Sessions for the said City, Borough, or County may direct...

LXVIII. And be it further enacted, That no Swine not to be kept, nor Person or Persons whomsoever, at any Time or to wander in Times hereafter, shall breed, feed, or keep any the Streets.

Kind or Species of Swine in any House, Building, Yard, Garden, or other Hereditaments situate and being in or within Forty Yards of any Street or public Place in any parochial or other District within the Jurisdiction of this Act, nor shall suffer any Kind or Species of Swine belonging to him or them to stray or go about in any Street or public

Place Place in any parochial or other District within the Jurisdiction of this Act; and that any Person or Persons who shall fo offend shall forfeic and pay for every such Offence the Sum of Forty Shillings, and shall also forfeit the said Swine and every of them unto the Commissioners or Trustees or other Persons having the Control of the Pavements in any such parochial or other District ; and that it shall and may be lawful for the said Commissioners or Trustees or other Persons, or their Surveyor or Surveyors, Inspector or Inspectors, or any other Officer or Person or Persons directed and appointed by them, and for any Constables and Headboroughs, at all Times hereafter all such Swine to seize, take, drive, and carry away, and sell for the best Price that can be reasonably had; and the Money thereby produced, after deducting all the Costs and Charges of and incidental to such Seizure, Removal, and Sale, to pay to the Treasurer or Treasurers of the said Commissioners or Trustees or other Persons, or to such other Person or Persons as the said Commissioners or Trustees or other Persons as aforesaid shall from Time to Time direct and appoint.

LXIX. And be it further enacted, That if any Lime not to Person or Persons at any Time or Times hereafter be sacked in shall fift, screen, or slack, or cause to be fifted, the Streets. screened, or slacked, any Lime in any Street or public Place in any parochial or other District within the Jurisdiction of this Act, or shall cause the same to be so done, without the Consent of the Commissioners or Trustees or other Persons having the Control of the Pavements in the Streets or public Places in such parochial or other District, or of their Surveyor or Surveyors of Pavements for the Time being, and without also previously erecting an Hoard or Inclosure, with the Licence of the Surveyor or Surveyors of the Pavements in any such parochial or other Diftrict first obtained as directed in any local Act or Acts of Parliament relating to any such parochial or other District, or in this Act, and which Hoard or

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Inclosure shall inclose all such Lime when and as it shall be fifted, screened, or slacked; then he, she, or they shall forfeit and pay for every such Offence a Sum not being less than Forty Shillings nor ex. ceeding Five Pounds, to be recovered in the same Manner in which other Penalties are hereafter di

rected to be recovered by virtue of this Act. Entrances to LXX. And be it further enacted, That if at any Cellars and Time or Times hereafter the Owner or Owners, OcCoal Holes

ed cupier or Occupiers of any House, Building, or and secured. Premises in any parochial or other District within

the Jurisdiction of this Act, having any Iron or Wooden Rails or Bars over the Areas or Openings to any Kitchens or Cellars or other Part or Parts of his or their House, Building, or Premises, beneath the Surface of the Foot Pavements of any Streets or public Places in any such parochial or other District, or having any Door-way or Entrance into the Basement or Cellar Story thereof, shall not either keep the same, or the Walls of such Kitchens or Cellars, in fufficient and good Repair, or safely and securely guard and constantly keep the same securely guarded by a Rail or Rails, or cover the same over with a strong Flap or Trap Door, according to the Nature of the Case, and to the Satisfaction of the Commissioners or Trustees or other Persons having the Control of the Pavements in such parochial or other District, or of the Surveyor or Surveyors of the Pavements in any such parochial or other District for the Time being, or of any Inspectors or other Officers or Persons appointed by the faid Commissioners, Trustees, or other Persons as aforesaid, or some of them, and so as to prevent Danger to Persons passing and repassing; or if any such Occupier or Occupiers do or shall leave open or not sufficiently and substantially cover and keep covered and secured, to such Satisfaction as aforesaid, any Coal or other Hole, Funnel, Trap-door, or Cellar-flap, belonging to or connected with his, her, or their respective Houses, Buildings, or Premises (save and except only during such reasonable Time as any Coals, Wood, Casks, or other Things shall be putting down or taking out of any such Vault or Basement Story, or during such reasonable Time as the Flap, Trap-door, or Covering thereof shall be altering, repairing, or amending); or if such Owner or Owners, Occupier or Occupiers, shall not repair, and from Time to Time keep in good and substantial Repair, to the Satisfaction of the said Commissioners or Trustees or other Persons, or of the said Surveyor or Surveyors, Inspectors or other Persons appointed by the said Commissioners or Trustees or other Persons as aforesaid, all and every or any such Iron or Wooden Rails, Guard Rails, Flaps, Trap-doors, and other Covering; then and in every such case the Person or Persons negle&ing so to do shall for every or any such Offence forfeit and pay any Sum not being less than Forty Shillings nor exceeding Five Pounds, to be recovered in such and the same Manner in which other Penalties are hereafter directed to be recovered by virtue of this Act; and that in any or either of such Cases of Neglect it shall and may be also lawful to and for any Two or more of the said Commissioners or Trustees, or other Persons as aforesaid, and without the Authority of any public or general Meeting, or for their Surveyor or Surveyors of the Pavements for the Time being, or for their Inspectors, or for any other Person by such Commissioners or Trustees or other Persons appointed as aforesaid, to cause all and every such Door-ways, Entrances, Holes, and Funnels to be well and securely covered over and guarded, and all Iron or Wooden Rails, or Guard Rails, Flaps, Trap-doors, or Coverings, to be well and substantially repaired or renewed by such Person or Persons as they shall think proper to employ, and with such Materials and in such Manner as they or he may direct; and that all the Costs, Charges, and Expences attending the same be ascertained and certified by the Surveyor or Surveyors of the Pave. ments in any such parochial or other District, and shall be borne and paid by the Owner or Owners, Occupier or Occupiers, or other Person or Persons so neglecting to repair and make good the same in Manner aforesaid ; and that if such Costs, Charges, and Expences shall not be so paid by such Person or Persons to the said Surveyor or Surveyors, or to such other Person or Persons as he or they shall or may appoint to receive the same, within Twenty-four Hours after an Account of the Costs, Charges, and Expences so ascertained and certified shall have been given to or left for such Person or Persons at or on such Houses, Buildings, or Premises, then double the Amount of the Sum so certified shall become due and payable from such Person or Persons, over and above the other Penalties hereby imposed, and shall and may be recovered and levied in such and the same Manner in which any other Penalties are herein-after directed to be recovered, or in which any Monies may be recovered from any Water or Gas Light Companies, or any other Persons, for or on account of any Costs and Charges of relaying any Pavements, by virtue of any local Act or Acts of Parliament relating to such parochial or other District, or of this Act.

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LXXI. And be it further enacted, That if at any Time or Times hereafter any Person or Persons shall dig or make or cause to be dug or made any Hole, or leave or cause to be left any Hole before any vacant Ground, or before or behind or on the Side of any House or other Tenement or Building erected or being erected or about to be erected in and adjoining to any Street or public place formed or to be formed or forming in any parochial or other District within the Jurisdiction of this Act, for the Purposes of making any Vault or Vaults, or the Foundation or Foundations to such Houses or other Buildings, or for any other Purpose whatsoever, and shall not forthwith inclose the same in a good and

sufficient

Holes excavated for Vaults to be inclosed.

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