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Pond, in the county of Southampton, to the eighteen mile fone

from the city of Salisbury, and several other roads in the said a&t mentioned ; and also for repairing and widening several other roads, leading out of the said roads, and for otber purposes therein mentioned.

CAP. LXVII. An act for amending the road from the Pinfold in Balby, in

the county of York, to Workfop, in the county of Nottingham.

CAP. LXVIII. An a£t for repairing, widening, and keeping in repair, the

road leading from the turnpike road at Wrotham Heath, in the county of Kent, to the turnpike road leading from Croydon to Godstone, in the county of Surry.

CAP. LXIX. An a&t for repairing and widening the roads from the south end

of Newton Abbott to the passage way in Kinswear, oppofite Clifton Dartmouth Hartnels, and from the end of a lane leading out of the turnpike road between Newton Abbott and Totnes, towards Abbotts Kerswell, to Five Lanes; and from Langvers Barn to the said turnpike road, between Newton Abbott and Totnes ; and from Galmpton Warborough to Monks Bridge and Brixham Quay; and from Langvers Barn to the north end of Paington town, all in the county of Devon.

CAP. LXX. An a£t for repairing and widening the roads from Keyberry

Bridge to the pasage at Shalldon ; and from the said bridge to the pier or barbour of Torkey, in the county of Devon.

CAP. LXXI. An a£t for repairing and widening the road from Tonbridge

to Maidstone, and from Wate's Cross to Cowden, in the county of Kent.

CAP. LXXII. An aet for amending and widening the road from the sign of

the Coach and Horses in Birstol, to the turnpike road at Nunbrook, and from Bradley Lane to the town of Huddersfield, in the west riding of the county of York.

CAP. LXXIII. An all for repairing and widening the road from Great

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Grimsby Grimsby Haven, at or near a place called the Upper Sand End, to Wold Newton Church; and from Nuns Farm to the Mill Field, in the parish of Irby, in the county of Lincoln.

CAP. LXXIV. An act for enlarging the powers of several acts for repairing · the road from Stump Cross to Newmarket Heath and

the town of Cambridge, and from Foulmire to Cambridge, and other roads adjoining thereto, So far as the Same relate to the road from Foulmire to Cambridge, and the said other roads adjoining thereto.

CAP. LXXV. An aet for enlarging the term and powers of so much of an eft

made in the twenty seventh year of the reign of bis late Ma. jesty, for repairing several roads in the counties of Dorset and Devon, as relates to the road from Penn Inn, in the county of Dorset, to the work-bouse at the east end of the town of Honiton, in the county of Devon, and to the road from the intrenchment on Alkerwell Hill to Penn Inn, and from Bridport to Beamister ; and for repairing and amending several other roads therein mentioned in tbe counties of Dorset and Devon.

CAP. LXXVI. An act for repairing, widening, and keeping in repair, feve

ral roads, leading from Kidwelly, in the county of Carmarthen; and also several roads leading from Llandilo, in the said county.

CAP. LXXVII. Au aet for enlarging the terms and powers of several aEls of

the ninth and twelfth years of Queen Anne, and of the thirteenth of King George the First, and of the fourteenth of bis late Majesty, for repairing the bighways leading from Royston, in the county of Hertford to Wandsford Bridge, in the county of Huntingdon, so far as relates to the middle and south divisions of the road comprized in the jaid atts; and for amending the road from the town of Huntingdon to the causeway at or near the west end of the town of Someríham, in the said county of Hunting. don.

CAP. LXXVIII. An for repairing, widening, and keeping in repair, ibe

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road from Welford Bridge, in the county of Northampton, through Husband's Bosworth and Great Wigston, te Milfton Lane, in the town of Leicester.

CAP. LXXIX. An akt to continue the term, and alter and enlarge the powers

of an a&t passed in tbe third year of his present Majesty, for repairing, widening, turning and keeping in repair, the road from the town of Cambridge to Ely, and from thence to Soham ; and for building a bridge cross the river Ouze, at or near a place called Stretham Ferry, in the county of Cambridge ; and for repairing and widening, and making several other roads, adjoining to the roads dire&ted to be repaired and widened by the said ait.

CAP. LXXX. An aet for continuing the terms of several afts, and for giving

further powers for repairing the road leading from Chapel on the heath, in the county of Oxford, to Bourton on the Hill, in the county of Gloucester.

CAP. LXXXI. An act for cleansing and lighting the streets, lanes, and paj

Jages, within the towns of Manchester and Salford, in the county palatine of Lancaster; and for providing fire engines and fire-men ; and for preventing annoyances within the said towns.

CAP. LXXXII. An act to enlarge certain powers granted by an a£t passed in

the twenty second year of the reign of King George the Second, intituled, An act for enlarging and maintaining the harbour of Ramsgate, and for cleansing, amending and preserving the haven of Sandwicb.

CAP. LXXXIII. An aet for amending the road from Chatteris Ferry, through

Chatteris and Marsh, to Wisbech Saint Peter's; and from thence to Tid Gote in the Ise of Ely, and from Wisbech aforesaid, through Outwell, to Downham Bridge in the county of Norfolk; and for repealing the several afts for repairing the said road between Wisbech and Marsh,

CAP. LXXXIV. An a&t for repairing and widening the road from Newcastle under Line to Hallop; and from Middle Hills to the

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Macclesfield turnpike road, near Buxton ; and also ibe road branching out of the said first mentioned read at Cobridge, to Burslem; and to the Uçtoxeter turnpike at Shelton, in the county of Stafford.

CAP. LXXXV. An act for repairing and widening the roads from Bawtry

Bridge, in the county of Nottingham, to Hainton, in the county of Lincoln ; and from North Willingham to the north end of the lane betwixt Dexthorpe 'and Langton, and from West Raisin to Pilford Bridge and from the great road near Bishop Bridge to Bishop Norton Common; and from the bamlet of Morton to Epworth; and from Haxey Field, to tbe Trent at Kinnald Ferry, in the county of Lincoln.

CAP. LXXXVI. An azt for enlarging the term and powers of an ałt made in

the twenty fifth year of the reign of his late Majesty, for repairing the bigh road from tbe town of Shrewsbury tbrough Cressage, Harley, Much Wenlock, by Muckley Cross, and through Morville, to Bridgenorth, in the county of Salop; and for amending several other roods near or adjoining thereto.

CAP. LXXXVII. An act to amend several acts passed in the fourth and fixth years of King George the First, and in the eleventh and tweniy fourth years of King George the Second, for repairing several roads from the Stone's End in Kent Street, and Bermondsey Street, Southwark, to Dartford, and to the extent of the parish of Lewisham, next Bromley and Beckenham, in the county of Kent; and for extending the said axts to the repair of tbe roads leading from the end of the present turnpike to the west end of Stroud Green, and to Farnborough Well, and 10 the Stone's End in London Street, Greenwich, and to the north end of Burnt Ash Lane, in the parish of Lee, and from the west end of Greenwich Park Wall to Woolwich Warren ; and for making an allowance out of the tolls arising by the said ais to the trustees for putting in execution an aɛt of the twenty second year of King George the Second, for opening and making a new road from the east end of New Street, in the parish of Saint John, Southwork, to and through the several places therein mentioned ; and for keeping the said road in repair for the future,

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CAP. LXXXVIII. An aat for repairing and widening the road

from Barton Watersidehouse, to Riseham Hedge Corner, and several other roads in the county of Lincoln, therein mentioned.

CAP. LXXXIX. An a£t for the building a bridge over the river Tay, at or near the town of Perth, in the county of Perth.

CAP. XC. An act for repairing and widening the road from the Alfreton

turnpike road, near a place called Little Robbins, in the parish of Mansfield, in the county of Nottingham, through Woolley Moor, to the Nottingham turnpike road, near Tansley, in the county of Derby, and from Woolley Moor, to the Chesterfield turnpike road at Kelstidge, in the county of Derby.

CA P. XCI. An aet for vesting certain glebe lands, belonging to the rec

tory of the parish church of Saint Christopher, in the city of London, in the governor and company of the bank of England ; and for making a recompence to the reelor of the said parish, and his succesors, in lieu thereof; and for obviating certain doubts in an act passed in the thirty third year of the reign of his late Majesty, for widening certain fireets, lanes, and passages, within the city of London.

CAP. XCII. An aet for explaining and amending, and likewise for enlarg

ing ibe term and powers granted by a certain aɛt of parliament, paled in the twenty fifth year of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, intituled, An act for amending several roads leading from the town of Taunton, in the county of Somerset.

CA P. XCIII. An aet for repairing, widening, turning, altering, and keep

ing in repair, the roads leading from the port town, and borough of Minehead, through Dunstan and Timberfcombe, to Hele Bridge, and through tbe town of Dulverton, and by the river and Brushford Green to Exbridge, in the county of Somerset, and from thence to Batham Bridge, in the town of Bampton, in the county of Devon; and also the road leading from the said port town and borough of Minehead, through Carhampton and L13

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