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Cap. 26,

An Act for inclosing and exonerating from Tithes Lands in the Hamlet of East Santon, otherwise Upper Santon, in the Parish of Appleby, in the County of Lincoln. [10th June 1825.]

[Allotment to Vicar for great and small Tithes. Commissioners to divide such Allotments, § 19, 20. Such Allotments to be in lieu of all Tithes, Sfc. §21. Vicar tvith Consent of Patron and the Bishop of Diocese may lease for Years, § 22. Allotment of the Residue, § 24-. Allotment of Vicar to be fenced, § 25. Hoto Exchanges may be made, § 30.]

Cap. 27.

An Act to enable Building Leases to be granted of Part of the Settled Estates of Jacob, Earl of Radnor> in the Parish of Folkestone, and in the Liberty of the Town of Folkestone, and in the Parish of Cheriton, in the County of Kent, and in the Precinct of White Friars, and in the Parish of Saint Dunstan in the West in the City of London.

[22d June 1825.]

Cap. 28.

An Act to enable Sir Thomas Dick Lauder Baronet, and the Heirs of Entail succeeding to him in the Estate of Grange, to grant Feus thereof upon certain Terms and Conditions.

[22d June 1825.]

Cap. 29.

An Act for establishing certain Leases granted by Sir Laxvrence Vaughan Palk Baronet, of certain Parts of the Manor of Tormohun, otherwise Tormoham, otherwise Tormoone, otherwise Tormoun, in the County of Devon, Parcel of his Settled Estates, and for enabling him to grant Leases of other Parts of the said Manor; and for other Purposes therein mentioned.

[22d June 1825.]

Cap. 30.

An Act to enable the Trustees under the Will of Alexander Caldcleugh Esquire, deceased, to grant Building Leases of Lands, in the Parish of Croydon, in the County of Surrey.

[22d June 1825.]

Cap. 31.

An Act for vesting certain Parts of the Lands and Barony of Hatton, comprised in a Deed of Entail made by the Trustees of William Davidson Esquire, deceased, in Trustees to sell the same, and to apply the Purchase Money arising by such Sale in the Acquisition of other Estates to be settled upon the same Series of Heirs, and under the Conditions and Limitations contained in the said Deed of Entail; for granting Power to feu certain other Lands comprised in the said Deed of Entail, and certain Parts of the Lands and Barony of Muirhouse, which were entailed by the said William Davidson.

[22&June 1825.] Cap. 32.

An Act for enabling the Devisees under the Will of the Right Honourable George Simon, late Earl Harcourt, to grant a Building and Repairing Lease of Harcourt House and Grounds, in Cavendish Square, in the County of Middlesex.

[22d June 1825.]

Cap. 33.

An Act to empower the Judges of the Court of Session to take an Account of the Debts and Burdens affecting and that maybe made to affect the entailed Estates of Charles Marquis of Qiieensberry, in the County of Dumfries, and to sell such Part of the said entailed Estates as shall be sufficient to discharge the said Debts and Burdens. [22d June 1825.]

Cap. 34.

An Act to establish certain Leases granted by Henrietta Inge Widow, and William Inge Esquire, both deceased, of Houses and Lands in the Parish of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick. [27th June 1825.]

Cap. 35.

An Act for vesting the Estates of John Knapp, deceased, in Trustees, to be sold for Payment of Mortgages and other Debts, and applying the Surplus for the Benefit of his Widow and his Infant Heir at Law. [27th June 1825.]

Cap. 36.

An Act for enabling Miss Mary Tate and others to grant Building and.Repairing Leases of Lands and Premises, in the Parish of Saint Luke Chelsea, in the County of Middlesex, and for other Purposes. [27th June 1825.]

Cap. 37.

An Act for effecting an Exchange of Estates in the County of Norfolk, between Wyrley Birch Esquire, and the Provost and College of Eton, in the County of Bucks.

[27th June 1825.]

{If Tithes should be recovered in respect of the Lands, Sfc. alleged to be covered by a Modus, an Equivalent to be made to Eton College, §4.]

Cap. 38.

An Act to enable John Cator Esquire, to grant Building Leases of Lands, in the Counties of Kent, Surrey, Essex and Hereford; and also for vesting in Trustees for Sale Part of the Estates in the said Counties devised by the Will of John Cator Esquire, deceased, and for laying out the Money arising from such Sales respectively, under the Direction of the High Court of Chancery, in the Purchase of other Estates, to be settled to the same Uses ; and for other Purposes.

[27th June 1825.] Cap. 39.

An Act to enable the Trustees of Daniel Folder Esquire, and Mary-Ann his Wife, and their Children, to make Grants and Leases of Lands and Grounds, in Ca?nberxvell Grove, Surrey, for the Purpose of having the same improved by Buildings, and to sell the reserved Rents and Reversion, so as to produce a Fund to be held on the same Trusts as the Sum of Six thousand Pounds Three per Cent. Annuities originally settled; and also to appoiij; a new Trustee in the Place of William Fowler Esquire, a Lunatic, and of Mr. Robert Green, who is desirous of being discharged from the Trust.

[27th June 3 825.]

Cap. 40.

An Act for vesting Part of the Estates devised by the Will of Richard Sclater Esquire, deceased, in Trustees, to be sold, and for laying out the Money arising by such Sale in the Purchase rof other Estates, to be settled to the same Uses.

[27th June 1855.]

Cap. 41.

An Act for enabling the Trustees of the Will of Matthew Markhani, deceased, to contract for and grant Building Leases of his residuary Real Estates. [27th June 1825.]

Cap. 42,

An Act for confirming certain Partitions and Exchanges made by Anna Muria Bold, Peter Patten Bold and Mary Princess Sapieka, deceased, with Bold Fleetwood Hesketh and Robert Hesketh Esquires, deceased, and a Partition agreed upon by Henry Bold Hoghton Esquire and Dorothea his Wife, with Peter Hesketh Esquire, of Lands and Tenements in the Parish of North Meols, in the County Palatine of Lancaster.

[5th Jidy 1825.]

Cap. 43.

An Act to extend the Powers and Provisions of an Act of the Fourth Year of the Reign of His Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled An Act for aidhorizing the Investment of Monies belonging to the Infant Sons of Sir Samuel Romilly, deceased, in the Purchase of certain Parts of his Daughter s Share of his Real Estate, to be conveyed to Trustees upon certain Trusts'. [5th July 1825.]

Cap. 44.

An Act for modifying and extending the Purposes of certain Deeds of Settlement of John Leitch, Esquire, deceased ; and for establishing an Asylum for the Blind, in the City of Glasgow.

[5th July 1825.]

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Cap. 45.

An Act to enlarge the Powers of several Acts, passed in the 35G.3. c.83.
Thirty fifth, Forty fourth, Forty fifth and Forty eighth Years of Pr., 44 G.3.
the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, for ^6^. |*r^cx».
enabling the Lord Bishop of London to grant a Lease, with 48 G 3! c cxli£
Powers of Renewal, of Lands, in the Parish of Paddington, in
the County of Middlesex, for the Purpose of building upon,
and to appoint new Trustees, and for other Purposes relating
thereto. [5th July 1825.]

[See 35 H.S. c.10. 1 Ann. c.20. 42G.3. c.116. 52 G. 3.
c. cxcii, cxciii.]

Cap. 46.

An Act for confirming certain Leases granted by the Mayor,
Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London, Governors of
the Possessions, Revenues and Goods of the Hospital of King
Edivard the Sixth, called The Hospital of Saint Thomas the
Apostle, and for enabling them to grant Building Leases of
certain Lands. [5th July 1825.]

[See22G.3.c.77. ISEliz.c.lO. 14Eliz.cA 1. % 17. 14< Eliz. c.U.]

Cap. 47.

An Act for enabling the Archbishop of Canterbury and his Suc«
cessors, to grant Licences for building upon and improving the
Copyholds within the Manors of Lambeth and Croydon, in the
County of Surrey, and to grant Licences to demise such Copy-
holds for those Purposes, and to fix the Fines payable upon
Admission to the same during limited Periods. [SxhJidy 1825.]

Cap. 48.

An Act for confirming certain Leases granted by the Mayor
and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London, Governors
of the Possessions, Revenues and Goods of the Hospital of King
Edivard the Sixth, called Christ's Hospital; and for enabling
them to grant Building Leases of certain Lands. \_5thJidy 1825.]

I See 22 G. 3. c.77- 13 Eliz. c.10. U Eliz. £.11. §17.
14* Eliz. c.14.]

Cap. 49.

An Act for confirming certain Leases granted by the Mayor and
Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London, Governors of
the Possessions, Revenues and Goods of the Hospital of King
Edward the Sixth, called Bridewell; and for enabling them to
grant Leases of the Possessions of the said Hospital for long
Terms of Years, for the Purposes herein mentioned.

[5th July 1825]

{See 22 G.3. c.77. IS Eliz. c 10. 14 Eliz. c.ll. § 17.
UEliz. c.14.]

Cap. 50.

An Act for confirming certain Leases granted by the Mayor and

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Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London, Masters,
Guardians and Governors of the House and Hospital called
Bethlem, and for enabling them to grant Building Leases of
certain Lands, the Possessions of the said Hospital, for long
Terms of Years, for the Purposes herein mentioned.

[5th July 1825.]

[See 22 G. 3. c.77. ISEliz.c.lO. 14Eliz. c. 11. § 17. 14> Eliz. c.U.~]

Cap. 51.

An Act for confirming certain Leases granted by the Mayor and
Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London, Governors of
the House of the Poor, commonly called Saint Bartholomew s
Hospital, near West Smithjield, London, of the Foundation of
King Henry the Eighth, and enabling them to grant Leases of
the Possessions of the said Hospital for long Terms of Years,
for the Purposes herein mentioned. [5th July 1825.]

[See 22 G. 3. c. 77. IS Eliz. c. 10. 14* Eliz. c. 11. § 17.
14 Eliz. c. 14.]

Cap. 52.

An Act for vesting the Estates devised by the Will of John Banks
Esquire, deceased, in Trustees, in Trust to sell the same,
and to lay out the Money arising from such Sale in the
Purchase cf other Estates. [5th July 1825.]

Cap. 53.

An Act for enabling the Trustees appointed by the Will of John
Vernon Esquire, deceased, to complete the Sales of certain
Parts of the Estates thereby devised, for the Purposes in the
Act mentioned. [5th July 1825.]

[See 1 G.4.e.38.]

Cap. 54.

, c.35. An Act for vesting certain Settled Estates of the Right Honour-
able Robert Cotton Saint John Baron Clinton and Saye in
Trustees to be sold, for paying off Incumbrances, and for
purchasing other Estates with the Residue of the Purchase
Monies, to be settled to the same Uses; and for amending
an Act passed in the Third Year of the Reign of His present
Majesty, for vesting certain Estates of the said Baron Clinton
in Trustees for Sale. [5th July 1825.]

Cap. 55.

An Act to enable the Most Honourable Henry Marquis of Water-
ford to grant Leases of certain Estates in the Counties of
Waterford, Kilkenny, Tipperary and Londonderry, in Ireland,
devised by the Will of the late George Be la Poer Marquis of
Waterford, deceased. [5th July 1825.]

Cap. 56.

An Act for more effectually vesting the Estates of the Charity
called Waddington Llospital, in the County of York, in the

Trustees

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