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ANNO QUINQUAGESIMO SEPTIMO
GEORGII III. Regis.
Cap. xxix. An Act for better paving, improving, and regulating
the Streets of the Metropolis, and removing and preventing Nuisances and Obstructions therein.
[16th June 1817.]
HEREAS many of the Streets and public
Places within that part of the Metro1 polis which is situate within the Weekly Bills of Mortality, and the Parishes of Saint Pancras and Saint Mary-le-bone, in the County of Middlesex, are divided into parochial and other Districts, and are paved and repaired and regulated, and Obstructions and Nuisances therein are removed, under the Direction of certain Com. missioners or Trustees, or other Persons appointed to superintend and regulate the same in each of such parochial or other Districts, by virtue of certain local Acts of Parliament; and the Pavements of many of such Streets and public Places are often in a State dangerous to Passengers, and frequently contain Nuisances and Obstructions which are offensive or injurious: And whereas it would materially tend to the remedying of such Defects in the Pavements, and such Nuisances, if more summary Means of compelling the speedy Reparation of the Pavements of such Streets and public Places, and of enforcing due Regulations as