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Dia 2 i inis AS had not been pafled. siatis CELI. Provided always, and be it farther noget enabed, That nothing in this Act contained shall
extend or be confrued to extend to authorize the 10. Cor- taking down or removing any Bar, Gate, Rail, or me the other Fence fized for preventing any Thoroughfare lomerat the
into or from any Square, Street, or Way, without the Consent of the Owner of the Estate or Property upon which such Bars, Gates, Rails, or other Fences, Squares, Streets, or Ways shall
be fituate. Muvilions of CXLIII. Provided also, and be it further enacted, the Act not That neither this Act, nor any Enactment, Clause, w extend to Provision, Matter, or Thing herein contained, shall Irishes of Haint Mary
extend or be construed to extend to the Parishes of rington and Saint Mary Islington, or of Saint Jobn at Hackney, Paint John in the County of Middlesex, although such Parishes Parry.
are included in the Weekly Bills of Mortality, but that the said Parishes shall be completely and
entirely exempted therefrom ; any thing herein contained to the contrary thereof notwithstanding.
CXLIV. And whereas by an Act passed in the Certain ProFifty-sixth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty,
visions in the
of his present majerly, Act of the intituled An Act to amend Two Acts made in the 56G.2.c.128. Fifty-third rear of the Reign of His present Majesty, not to be for opening a more convenient Communication from affected by Mary-le-bone Park to Charing Cross, and for pav. th
this AA. ing the Streets to be made in Mary-le-bone Park ; and to enable His Majesty to grant Small Portions of Land as Sites for public Buildings, or to be used as Cemeteries within the Bills of Mortality; it was enacted, that it should be lawful for the Commis. fioners for executing that Act to authorize and permit the building or erecting and making of any Porticoes, Arcades, and other covered Ways projecting from any Buildings or Houses which Thould or might be built on the Sides of the new Streets, Squares, Circusses, Ways, Courts, Passages, or Places comprised within the Provisions of the faid Act, extending over any Footways of the said Streets, Squares, Circusses, Ways, Courts, Passages, or Places, under the Restrictions therein mentioned; and to permit the erecting or making, or continu. ing or suffering to remain the Fronts of any Houses or Buildings in the said Streets, Squares, Circusses, Ways, Courts, Paflages, and Places in such Manner as that some Fronts might recede behind or advance before others, and with Bow Windows or other Projections, and with Virandas, Alcoves, Balconies, Pilasters, Columns, and Shop Windows, or other Projections, under the Restrictions therein mentioned ; now therefore be it enacted, That nothing in this Act contained shall extend or be construed to extend to alter, abridge, repeal, or affect any of the said Provisions in the said recited Act of the Fifty-sixth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty contained, or to authorize or empower any Surveyor of Pavements, or other Person or Persons, to remove or alter, or to require the Removal or
Alteration of any Porticoes, Arcades, or other covered Ways, Bow Windows, Virandas, Alcoves, Balconies, Pilaster Columns, Architectural Ornaments, or other Projections which have been heretofore or shall be hereafter authorized or permitted, by the Commissioners for the Time being for executing the said recited Act, to be made in or to any Houses or other Erections which shall have been or shall or may be erected or built in any of the Streets, Squares, Circusses, Ways, Courts, Passages, or Places comprised within the Provisions of the said recited Act of the Fifty-sixth Year of the Reign
of His present Majesty. Houses, &c. CXLV. And wliereas by the said last-mentioned within the Act it was enacted, that such of the Houses, Build
ings, Lands, and Hereditaments, which were inSaint Marylebone, intended to be taken and used under the Provisions the Line of and for the Purposes of the first A& therein recited, the New, as are situate in the Parish of Saint Mary-le-bone, Street, or in
and also the Houses and Buildings to be erected Mary-le-bone Park, to be on the said Lands, should for ever thereafter, in rated at a making any Rates or Affefsments for the paving, specific Sum. repairing, watching, lighting, and cleansing the
several Streets and other places in the said Parish of Saint Mary-le-bone, be charged and aflefled thereto, as being altogether and in the whole of the yearly Rent or Value of Six thousand and eighty-four Pounds, and no more ; and that the same should for ever thereafter be charged and assessed and rated at the said yearly Rent of Six thousand and eighty-four Pounds, whether the Rents or Values of the same should be more or less; be it therefore further enacted, That nothing herein contained shall be construed or extend to alter, repeal, or annul the Provisions contained in the said recited Act of the Fifty-sixth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, with relation thereto; but that all such Houses, Buildings, Lands, and Hereditaments comprised within the Provisions of the said recited Act of the Fifty-sixth Year of His present Majesty's Reign, as
are situate within the said Parish of Saint Mary-lebone, shall for all the Purposes of this Act be charged and assessed as being altogether and in the whole of the said yearly Rent or Value of Six thousand and eighty-four Pounds, and no more ; and that the said Sum of Six thousand and eighty-four Pounds shall at all Times hereafter, and for all the Purposes of this Act, be deemed and taken to be the annual Rent or Value of all suck Houses, Buildings, Lands, and Hereditaments ; any thing herein-before contained to the contrary thereof in anywise notwithstanding.
CXLVI. Provided also, and be it enacted, That Not to extend nothing in this Act contained shall be construed to to the Estates
of the Colleextend to the Collegiate Church of Saint Peter giate C Westminster, which has a Pavement of its own to of Westminmaintain, or to such Part or Parts of the immediate ster contiguClose thereof which have been hitherto exempt ou from Paving Rates ; nor to give Power to the Commissioners or Trustees, or other Persons having the Control of the Pavements of any parochial or other District under the Operation of this Act, to purchase or to pull down any Houses, Walls, or Buildings, being part of the said Collegiate Church, Westminster School, and the Buildings thereto appertaining, situate within the ancient Close of the same Collegiate Church, or in College Street, Dean Street, Smith Street, or The Sanctuary, and which are adjoining to Dean's Yard, or adjoining to any of the Houses contiguous to Dean's Yard and the Yards or Play Grounds belonging to the same Houses; any thing herein contained to the contrary thereof in anywise notwithstanding.
CXLVII. Provided also, and be it further enacted, Provifione That neither this Act, nor any Enactment, Clause, the A&t not Provision, Matter, or Thing herein contained, shall to affect extend or be construed to extend to any Turnpike
ke Roads. Road or Turnpike Roads, or to any Part of any Turnpike Road or Turnpike Roads, whether the same shall be paved or unpaved, now being in any