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SCHEDULES.

FIRST SCHEDULE.

PLACES REPORTED ON BY THE COMMISSIONERS OF 1876.

PART I.

Places to which the Commissioners of 1876 consider that the Municipal

Corporation Acts might be applied.

Places.

Corporation or reputed Corporation.

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" The bailiff and burgesses of the borough of Alde

burgh." “The chamberlains, common council, and free

men. “ The mayor, aldermen, and capital burgesses." " The bailiff and burgesses of the borough of

Bishop's Castle." “ The mayor and burgesses of the borough of

Bradninch." “ The mayor and burgesses of the borough of Christ

church." " The mayor, aldermen, bridgemen, and burgesses

of Henley-on-Thames.” "The mayor, aldermen, bailiffs, and burgesses." “The bailiffs and burgesses of the borough of Llan

fallin.” The mayor and burgosses of Lostwithiel.” “ The bailiffs, jurats, and commonalty of the town

of Lydd.” “The aldermen and burgesses of the borough of

Malmesbury.“ The bailiffs and burgesses of the borough of

Montgomery." The mayor, jurats, and commonalty of the town

and port of New Romney." “ The mayor ana burgesses of the town and borough

of Okehampton." “ The mayor of Over." “ The mayor, jurats, bailiffs, and turgesses of Quin

borowo." “ The bailiff, aldermen, and burgesses of New

Radnor." “ The mayor and free burgesses of the borough of

Saltash.'' " The warden and society of the royal town of

Sutton Coldfield.“The mayor, capital burgesses, and assistants of the

borough of Wareham." “ The mayor and burgesses of the borough of

Wilton."

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* These Boroughs and Towns have since received charters placing them under the

Act of 1882,

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Places not mentioned by the Commissioners of 1876 as places to which the Municipal

Corporation Acts might be applied.

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“ Bailiff and burgesses of New Alresford.”
“ The mayor, aldermen, and burgesses of the

borough of Altrincham.”
" The mayor, aldermen, and burgesses of the

borough of Axbridge.” “ The mayor and aldermen of the borough of

Berkeley." “The mayor and freeholders of Bovey Tracey." “The mayor, aldermen, and burgesses of the

borough of Brackley.” "The bailiffs, burgesses, and commoners of the

borough of Brading." " The mayor and burgesses of the vill of Camel

ford." “ The high steward, deputy steward, treasurer,

senior bailiff, junior bailiff,and capital and inferior

burgesses of Chipping Campden.” The mayor, barons, and inhabitants of Corfe." “ The bailitfs, aldermen, and burgesses of the town

of Cowbridge.” “ The mayor and burgesses of Dinas Mawddwy;". “ The bailiffs, burgesses, and commonalty of the

borough and corporation of Dunwich." " Tho bailiff and aldermen of Dursley." The mayor and free burgesses of the borough of

East Looe." “ The mayor, jurats, and commonaity of the town

of Fordwich." “ The bailiff and burgesses of the borough of

Garstang." “ The bailiff and burgesses of the borough of Great

Dunmow." The portreeve and burgesses of Harton.” " The tenants and inhabitants of the lordship or

manor of Havering-atte-Bower." “ The mayor, aldermen, and burgesses of the borough

aud parish of Higham Ferrers.”

Dinas Mawddwy
Dunwich.

Dursley
East Looe.

Fordwich.

Garstarg :

Great Dunmow.

Harton
Havering-atte-Bower

*Higham Ferrers

* These boroughs and towns have since received charters placing them under the Act of 1882.

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Holt
Ilchester
Kenfig

Kilgerran *Lampeter

Langport Eastover.

Laugharne

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“ The mayor and burgesses of Holt.”
“The bailiff and burgesses of Ilchester."
“ The constable of the castle, portreeve, and

burgesses of Kenfig."
“ The portreeve and burgesses of Kilgerran."
The burgesses of the borough of Lampeter Pont

Stephen.” “The portreeve and commonalty of the borough of

Langport." “The portreeve and burgesses of the town and

corporation of Laugharne.“ The constable of the castle, portreeve, aldermen,

and burgesses of Llantrissant.“ The portreeve, aldermen, and burgesses of the

borough of Loughor.” The mayor, burgesses, and inhabitants of the

town of Marazion.' “The mayor, bailiffs, and burgesses of the town and

borough of Nevin." “ The high steward, bailiffs, and burgesses of New

port.' " The mayor, aldermen, and burgesses of the borough

of Newport.” “ The mayor and commonalty of the borough of

Orford, “ The burgesses of Overton.” The mayor of Petersfield.“The bailiff, jurats, and commonalty of the town

and liberty of Pevensey.“ The bailiff, jurats, and commonalty.” “ The burgesses and commonalty of St. Clear's." “ The bailiff, jurats, and freemen of the town and

port of Seaford.” “ The bailiff and aldermen of Thornbury." “The portreeve and burgesses of Usk.” “ The mayor and burgesses of Westbury." “ The mayor and aldermen of Wickwar.'' “ The bailiffs and burgesses of Winchcomb." “ The mayor, jurats, and commonalty of the ancient

town of Winchelsea.” “ The mayor and aldermen of Wootton-under-Edge." “ The mayor and chief burgesses of the borough of

Yarmouth."

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• These boroughs and towns have since received charters placing them under the Act of 1882.

SECOND SCHEDULE.

PLACES IN WHICH THE COMMISSIONERS OF 1876 REPORT THAT A MUNICIPAL

CORPORATION HAS NOT EXISTED OR HAS BECOME VIRTUALLY EXTINCT.

PART I.

Places mentioned in paragraph (15) of the Report of the Commissioners of 1876 as places which either have not been municipal or have long since ceased to be 80 : Bala Fowey.

Presteign. * Bangor. Gram pound.

Ruyton.
Bridlington.
Harlech.

St. David's.
Chipping Sodbury.
Hay.

Tavistock. Criccieth. Machynlleth.

Weobley. Crickhowell. Midhurst.

Wiston, Farnham.

Newborough. Fishguard.

Newton (Lancashire)

PART II.

Places mentioned in paragraph (16) of the Report of the Commissioners of 1876, as having had municipal corporations in 1835 : Bossinny. Llanelly.

Rhuddlan. Caerwys. Newtown (Isle of

Tregony. Castle Rising.

Wight).

West Looe. Clun.

Plympton Earle.

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An Act to explain the effect of Section One hundred and ninety-five of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1882.

[25th August, 1883.]

WHEREAS doubts have arisen as to the effect of section one hundred and ninetyfive of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1882, and it is expedient to remove such doubts :

Be it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:

1. This Act may be cited as the Borough Constables Act, 1883.

2. Nothing in section one hundred and ninety-five of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1882, shall be taken to have repealed section twenty of the Town Police Clauses Act, 1847, or section twelve of the Prevention of Crimes Act, 1871.

* This city has since received a charter placing it under the Act of 1882.

ELECTIONS (HOURS OF POLL) ACT, 1884.

[47 & 48 Vior., Ch. 34.]

(Repealed and substantially re-enacted by 48 Vict. c. 10 (1885).)

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS (CORRUPT AND ILLEGAL

PRACTICES) ACT, 1884.

[47 & 48 Vior. Ch. 70.]

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS.

Section.

1. Short title.

Corrupt Practices. 2. Definition and punishment of corrupt practice at municipal election. 3. Incapacity of candidate reported guilty of corrupt practice.

Illegal Practices. 4. Certain expenditure to be illegal practice. 5. Expense in excess of maximum to be illegal practice. 6. Voting by prohibited persons and publishing of false statements of

withdrawal to be illegal. 7. Punishment on conviction of illegal practice. 8. Incapacity of candidate reported guilty of illegal practice.

Illegal Payment, Employment, and Hiring. 9. Providing of money for illegal practice or payment to be illegal

payment. 10. Employment of hackney carriages, or of carriages and horses kept for

hire. 11. Corrupt withdrawal from a candidature. 12. Certain expenditure to be illegal payment. 13. Certain employment to be illegal. 14. Name and address of printer on placards. 15. Saving for creditors. 16. Use of certain premises for committee rooms or meetings to be illegal

hiring. 17. Punishment of illegal payment, employment, or hiring. 18. Avoidance of election for extensive illegal practices, &c.

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