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PRIVATE ACTS,

PRINTED BY THE KINGS PRINTER,

AND WHEREOF THE PRINTED COPIES MAY BE GIVEN IN EVIDENCE.

N.B. To each of these Acts is annexed a Clause in the Form following;

iC And be it' further enacted, That this Act shall be printed by "the several Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty, "duly authorized to print the Statutes of the United King"dom; and that a Copy thereof so printed by any of them, shall "be admitted as Evidence thereof by all Judges, Justices and "others."

Cap. 1.

An Act for dividing, allotting and inclosing the Commons and Waste Lands within the Hamlet of Stock and Bradley, in the Parish of Fladbury, in the County of Worcester.

[31st March 1825.]

Cap. 2.

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Weston, in the County of Norfolk. [31st March 1825.]

Cap. 3.'

An Act for dividing and allotting in Severalty the Open and Commonable Lands called Southcot and Kepnal Dotvn, within the Manor of Southcot and Kepnal, in the Parish of Petvsey, in the County of Wilts. [31st March 1825.]

Cap. 4.

An Act to enable the Trustees of the Settlement of Estates in the County of Lancaster settled upon Robert Rotvbottom of Abram in the said County, Esquire, and Ann his Wife, and their Issue, to grant Leases of Coal Mines of such Estates.

[2d May 1825.]

Cap, 5.

An Act for vesting in new Trustees, upon and subject to the subsisting Trust, certain Lifehold Estates in Brewod in the

County

County of Stafford, which were vested in the Reverend John
Henry Pouocll Clerk, deceased. [2d May 1825.]

Cap, 6.

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parishes of Hochering and
Morton in the County of Norfolk. [20th 'May 1825.]

[Rectors, tvitk the Consent of Bishop of the Diocese and Patron
of the Living, may lease Allotments, § 44. Payments to Rec-
tors in lieu of Tithes dining the first Three Years, § 45.]

Cap, 7.

An Act for inclosing Lands within the Manor and Parish of Dearham, in the County of Cumberland, [20th May 1825.]

[Allotment to the Vicar of Dearham for Tithes, fyc. Such Allotment to be fenced, § 28. Allotment of Residue, § 29. Allotments made by this Act to be freehold, §31. Vicar, "with Consent of Bishop of Diocese and Patron of the Living, may lease Allotments for Twenty one Years. When Leases become void as herein mentioned, Incumbent may grant a netv Lease for Remainder of Term, §33. Exchanges of Lands, fyc. may be made as herein mentioned, § 34. Leases at Rack Rent determined by Commissioner, §35.]

Cap, 8.

An Act for dividing, allotting and inclosing a certain Stinted Pasture called Carsington Hill, in the Parish of Carsington, in the County of Derby, [20th May 1825.]

[Rector s Allotment in lieu of his Interest in Stinted Pasture to be ring fenced, §18. Rector may lease his Allotment, §\9, In ivhat Manner Exchanges may be made, Sfc, §22.]

Cap, 9.

An Act for inclosing certain Lands in the Parish of Frampton Cotterell, in the County of Gloucester. [20th May 1825.]

[Rector, with Consent of Bishop of Diocese and Patron of Living, may lease his Allotment, § 24.]

Cap. 10.

An Act for dividing and allotting Lands in the Township or Hamlet of Garford, in the Parish of Marcham, in the County of Berks. [20th May 1825.]

Cap. 11.

An Act for inclosing certain Commons or Moors and Waste Lands within the Manors of Becca and Aberford, in the Parish of Aberford, in the West Riding of the County of York.

[20th May 1825.]

Cap. 12.

An Act for inclosing and exonerating from Tithes, Lands in the Parishes of Glooston and Cranoe7 in the County of Leicester.

[20th May 1825.]

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[ Allotment to respective Rectors for Glebe and Common Right, and for Tithes, Moduses, $c. §20, 21, 22. Such Allotments to be in lieu of all such Tithes, Moduses, 8fC. § 23. Rectors tvith Consent of Patron and Bishop of the Diocese may lease for Years, § 24. When such Tithes are to cease, § 25. Allotments of Rectors to be fenced, § 3.0. Allotments to other Proprietors to be fenced, § 31. Payments to be made by Persons not having Open Field Land sufficient to compensate for Tithes, § 35. . Allotments to be set out in Glooston or Cranoe, according to the Situation of the Property for vohich made, §41. Hoto and in 'what manner Exchanges may be made, § 42. Leases as to uninclosed Lands, &;c. hoto made void, § 43.]

Cap. 13.

An Act to amend, explain and confirm an Act, made and passed 4 G.4.C.15. Pr. in the Fourth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled An Act for effectuating an Exchange of an Estate, in the Parish of Stone, in the County of Stafford, [to which Ann Unett, an Infant, is entitled in Tail,) for an Estate of greater Value, belonging to John Wilkes. Unett and Elizabeth his Wife, and Lettice Unett. [10th June 1825.]

\_Proviso for Tithes, 8fc. § 7.}

Cap. 14.

An Act for vesting the Lands and Estate of RusMe, and certain other Entailed Lands of Sir Evan John Murray Mac Gregor, of Mac Gregor, Baronet, in Trustees, to be sold, and for laying out the Prices thereof in the Purchase of other Lands and Estates more conveniently situated, to be entailed under the Conditions and Limitations contained in Deeds of Entail executed by the late Sir John Mac Gregor Murray Baronet.

[10th June 1825.]

Cap. 15.

An Act for vesting the Fee of certain Settled Estates, late of Ann Elizabeth Meyrick deceased, situate in the County of York, in Trustees upon Trust to complete Sales made and to be made thereof with the Approbation of the High Court of Chancery.

[10th June 1825.]

Cap. 16.

An Act to enable the Honourable Geojge Cadogan and others to grant Building and Repairing Leases of Estates, in the Parish of Saint Lidce Chelsea, in the County of Middlesex, and for other Purposes. [10th June 1825.]

Cap. 17.

An Act to enable the Trustees of the Settled Estates of the
Right Honourable Charles Henry Cadogan, Earl Cadogan, a
Lunatic, to pull down a Mansion House, in the Parish of Saint
Luke Chelsea, in the County of Middlesex, Part of the said
Settled Estates, and to sell the Materials thereof; and to enable
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the Committee or Committees for the Time being of the Estate of the said Earl Cadogan, and the other Persons therein mentioned, to grant Building Leases of the Site of the said Mansion House, and its Offices and Appurtenances, and for other Purposes. [10th June 1825.]

Cap. 18.

An Act for enabling the Rector of the Rectory and Parish Church of Chelsea, in the Parish of Saint Luke Chelsea, in the County of Middlesex, to grant Building and Repairing Leases of Glebe Lands and Premises belonging to the said Rectory, and for other Purposes. [10th June 1825.]

[Rector may, voith Consent of Bishop and Patron, grant Leases for Terms not exceeding 99 Years, Sfc. § 1. Rector may appropriate Ground for Gardens, fyc. § 2. Rent in Leases to be reserved to Rector, except as herein mentioned, § S. Proviso for original Lessees Share of Rent in case of Avoidance of a Lease, and in case of such Avoidance a netv Lease may be granted to original Lessee for residue of the Term, § 4*. Such Lease not to be renewable in case the same again avoided, § 5. During Continuance of any Lease the Premises therein comprized not to be grantable by Rector for any longer Tiyne than his own Incumbency, § 6. Rector may with Consent of Bishop of London and Patron enter into Contracts for granting Leases, § 7. Contracts subject to Restrictions herein mentioned, § 8. Proviso as to Reservation of Rents, § 9. Directions as to Memorial of Leases, fyc and in Cases of Omission of Registry, 8$c. § 10. Proviso for Under Lessees, §11. Assignees, and Under Lessees voith Covenant for Renewal, deemed original 'Lessees, § 12. Act not to extend to Rectory House and Lands other than those in Schedule hereto, § 13. Proviso for Rights of Rector as to Leasing, § 14. Expences of Act to be paid by Fines, fyc. §15. Rectors Receipts to be a good Discharge for such Fines, S^c. § 16.]

Cap. 19.

An Act for exchanging Part of the entailed Lands and Estate of the Right Honourable John Earl of Hopetoun, situated in the County of Linlithgow, in Scotland, for Part of the entailed Lands and Estate of James Dundas Esquire, of Dundas, also situated in the said County of Linlithgow.

[10th June 1825.]

Cap. 20.

An Act for enabling the Trustees in the Will of Dorothy Clowes Widow, deceased, to grant Leases of Part of the Estates thereby devised, for building upon or improving the same,

[10th June 1825.]

Cap. 21.

An Act for dividing, allotting and inclosing Lands, in the Parishes of Wilton, Burcomb, Netherhampton and Fugglestone Saint Peter, in the County of Wilts. [10th June 1825.]

[Allotment to Rectors and Vicar for their Glebe Lands, §17. Rectors and Vicars allotments to be fenced, §21. Rectors and Vicar, with Consent of Bishop of Diocese and Patron:, may grant Leases, § 24?.]

Cap. 22.

An Act to commute for a Corn Rent the Tithes and Dues payable to the Vicar of the Parish and Parish Church of Cockerham, in the County of Lancaster. [10th June 1825.]

[_Tithes, Sfc. to be valued, and Price of Corn ascertained, §22. Com Rent herein mentioned to be in- lieu of all Tithes, SfC. § 23. Proviso for Vicars Tithes, Spc. up to a certain Time, § 24-. Rent to be apportioned between the Representatives and Successors of any Vicar, § 25. Power for Vicar to distrain, SfC. § 26. Tenants may in Cases herein mentioned deduct Sums paid, § 28. In what Manner Corn Rents re-ascertained, § 29. As to making new Decennial Valuations if required, § 30. Lands Tithe free only to be charged as by Award of Commissioners, § 31. New Tithe Valuers and Collectors may be appointed, § 32, 33. Penalty on Tithe Collectors for not acting, § 34. How Officers to account, Sfc § 35, Proviso for Surplice Fees, SfC. to Vicar, § 36.]

Cap. 23.

An Act for dividing, alloting and laying in Severalty Lands, in the Parish of West Ilsley, in the County of Berks.

[10th June 1825.]

[Allotment to Rector for Glebe and for great and small Tithes, § 24, 25. Compensation to be made in lieu of Tithes of old Inclosures where Owners have not Land in the Common Fields sufficient to discharge the same, § 26. Allotment of Residue, § 27. When Allotment of Residue made, Commissioners to have regard to the Quantity of Common Field set out to Rector in lieu of Tithes, Sfc. § 30. Allotment of Land in lieu of Tithes of Richard Southby and William Taylor s Land, § 31. When Tithes made to cease, § 32. Proviso for Exchanges of Lands held in right of any Church, Sfc. § 37. Rector, with Consent of Bishop of the Diocese and Patron of Living, may lease Allotments, § 42. Where Leases become void before Expiration of Term, Rector may grant a new Lease, § 43. Leases at Rack Rent, how and when made void, § 44. Proviso,for beneficial Leases, § 45 J

Cap. 24.

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Winterbourne, in the County of Gloucester. [10th June 1825.]

Cap. 25.

An Act for dividing and inclosing, and reducing to a Stint and improving certain uninclosed Commons and Waste Grounds and Fens, within the Manor and Parish of Or sett, in the County of Essex. [10th June 1825.]

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