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and for amending, widening, and keeping in repair, several other roads adjoining thereto.

Cap. 98. For repairing and widening the road from the city

of Gloucejhr to the town of Stroud, in the county of Gloucester.

Cap. 99. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, made in the twenty-ninth year of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, for amending and keeping in repair the roads leading from a place called Fryer Bacon's Study to Chilton Pond; and from the top of Hinksey-hill to Foxcombe-hill Gate in the road hading to Farringdon, in the county of Berks. - Cap. 100. For continuing the term and altering and enlarging the powers of an act, made in the twenty-sixth year of the reign of his late Majesty, for repairing, amending, and widening^ ike several roads leading from the Red Post, in the parish ^/Fivehead, through the towns <?/Langport and Somerton, to Butwe[l; end also from. Currey Pvivell to Puckington-lane, and from Cambridge to Street Cross, in the county </Somerset; and for amending, widening, and keeping in repair, several other roads adjoining thereto.

Cap. 101. For continuing the term and altering and enlarging the powers of an act, made in the twenty-sixth year of the reign of his late Majesty, for repairing and widening the roads therein mentioned, leading to and from the towns ^/Shepton Male! and Ivelchester,7» the county 0/"Somerset, so far as the fame re* jates to the roads, therein called The Ivelchejler Turnpike Roads.

Cap. 102. To enlarge the term and powers of an act, pasted \n the twenty-ninth year of thereign of King George the Second, for repairing and ividening the roads leading from the city of Gloucester, towards Cheltenham and Tewkesbury, in the county of Gloucester.

Cap. 103. For repairing and widening the road from Chippenbdm-bridge, in the county of Wilts, to the top of Togg-kill, in the county of Gloucejhr; and from the stone pillar to the top of Old Sodbury Hilly in the said county of Gloucester.

Cap. 10.4. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, made in the thirty-first year of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, intituled, An ad for repairing and widening the roads from Donnington High-bridge to Hale Drove, and to the eighth mile-ft one, in the parish of Wigtoft, and to Langret Ferry, in the county ^/Lincoln.

Cap. 105. Forenlargingthe term and powers of an act, made In the thirty-first year of the reign of his late Majesty, for repairing the roads from Leeds rV Sheffield, in the county </York, so far as the fame relates to the road from Wahfield to Sheffield; and also one other act, made in the first year of the reign of his present Majesty, for amending and rendering more effectual the said act.

Cap. 106, To enlarge the term and powers of several acts, passed in the fourth year of King George the First, and the ninth and thirtieth years of King George the Second, for repairing the

highways $gbw&ys from Crown Corner, in the town ^Reading, leading by and through th? several parishes of Shinfteld and Heck field, in the several counties of Berks, Wilts, and Southampton, to Basingstoke, in the said county of Southampton.

Cap. 107. To enlarge the term and powers of an act, passed in the twenty-fifth year of the reign of his Jate majesty King George the Second, for repairing the road leading from the town of Morpeth, by or through Mitford, Thropple, Long-witton, and by the north fide 0/Rorhley Park Wall, to Sting Cross, and to the High Cross in Elsdon, in the county ^Northumberland.

Cap. 108. For continuing and amending an act, made in the twenty-sixth year of the reign of his late Majesty,/^r repairing the road leading from the town of Penrith, in the county of Cumberland, by Hutton Hall, over Skelton and Castle Sowerby Pastures, and Sebraham-bridge, to Chalk Beck, in the said county % and also the road which branches and separates from the fame road, upon Castle Sowerby Pasture aforesaid, and leads from thence through Hesket, otherwise Hefket-newmarket, to Caldbeck, in the said county.

Cap. 109. To impower the trustees for amending the road from Uttoxeter to Newcqstle-under-lyme, in the county of Stafford, to repair and widen the road branching out of the said road at Lower-lane, to the turnpike road on Hem-heath, in the fame county.

Cap. 110. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, pasfed in the thirtieth year of the reign of his majesty King George the Second,/2>r repairing and widening the road from the 'north end ^Dapdon-wharf, in the parish of Stoke, «^ Guldeford, through Guldeford to Andrew's Cross, and to Alfold-bars, in the county of •Surrey, and from thence to Saint Mary's Gate, in Arundel, in the county 0/ Sussex.

Cap. nr. For continuing the term of an act, made in the twenty-ninth year of his late Majesty, intituled, An aft for amending, repairing, and widening*, the roads leading from the Ryeway, in the parish of Yarpole, in the county of Hereford, to Prefteigne, in the county of Radnor, and from thence to Leintwardine; and from Presteigne aforesaid, to the top of Trap-hill; and from the Rye-way aforesaid, by the Maidenhead, to Wooserton, in the county of Salop; and for amending, widening, and keeping in repair, several other roads, branching out of the roads comprised in the said act.

Cap. 112. For more effectually amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the roa^s leading from the tciwn of Northampton to Chain-bridge, near the town of Market Harborough, and from the direction-post in Kingfihorpe, in the county of Northampton, to Welford-bridge, in the said county ; and for repealing several acts, made in the eighth year of King George the First, and the twelfth and twenty-third years of his late Majesty, relating to the seid roads.

Cap, 113. For continuing the term and altering and enlarging ihgthe powers of an act made in the twenty-sixth year of thd. reign of his late majesty King George the Second, intrtuled, An aft for repairing^ amending^ and widening the road from Keighley, in the weft riding of the county of York, to Kirkby in JCendal, in the county Westmorland.

Cap. 114. For repairing and widening the road from Tetbury, in the county of Gloucefler^ to and through Mahnesburyi to Chippenham-bridge^ in the county of Wilts; and from Malmejbury to the turnpike road at or near Jackamenfs "Bottom, in the said county of Gloucester \ and also the road from Faddington to Crickhdey from thence to Malmefbury^ and to the turnpike road at Afton Turville; and also from Sherstone to the turnpike road leading from Tetbury to Bath.

Cap. 115. For repealing an act, made in the twenty-fifth year of the reign of his late majesty King-George the Second, for repairing and widening the road leading from a part of the road {diretied to be repaired by an aft passed in the last session of parlia-* went, from Carlisle to Newcastle upon Tyne) near Glenwhelt, to another part of the road (so making from Carliste Newcastle) upon Shildon Common, in the county 0/Northumberland; and for making more effectual provision for the repair of the said road. ^ , .. .

Cap. 116. For altering, repairing, and widening, the road from Summer Rods Bar, near the town of Hexbam, in the county of Northumberland, to the town of Alston^ in the county of Cumberland.

PRIVATE ACTS.

I. A N act to enable the right honourable Robert Craggs earl Js\ Nugent, and the right honourable Charles Townstend, to take in Great Britain the oath of office, as vice treasurer, and receiver general, and paymaster genera! of all his Majesty's revenues in the kingdom of Ireland; and to qualify themselves for the enjoyment of the said offices.

2. An act for rectifying a mistake in the name of one of the commissioners appointed to put in execution an act made in the last sestion of parliament, for dividing and inclosing the several open common fields, meadows, pastures, commons, and waste grounds, within the townships of Caniley, Bramptony Befsacarr, and High Elian ^ within the several manors of Brampton and Bef facarr^ in the parish of Canthy, in the West Riding of the county 'ofTorL

3. An act for naturalizing Francis Popham.

4. An act for naturalising John Meyct and-Christopher Henry Martens.

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5. An act for vesting.certain messuages, lands, and hereditaments, in the county of Kent (part of the estates devised and settled by the will of John Tkoyts, deceased) in trustees, to be fold, and conveyed to fir Sampson Gideon baronet, and his heirs; and for laying out rhe monies, arising by such sale, in the purchase of other lands and hereditaments, to be conveyed and fettled to and upon the like uses and trust, in the said will,

6. An act for dividing, allotting, and inclosing, the open and common fields, meadows, and common grounds, within the parish of Bulwick, in the county of Northampton.

7. An act for dividing and inclosing the open and common fields, common pastures, common meadows, and other commonable lands, in the liberties of Kimcoate and Walton, in the parishes of -Kimcoate and Knaptoft, in the county of Leicester.

8. An act for dividing and inclosing the common and open fields, meadows, commonable lands, and waste grounds, in the parish of Titchmarsh, in the county of Northampton,

9. An act for dividing, allotting, and inclosing, the open fields, commons, and waste grounds, in the parish, lordship, and liberty of Sapcote, in the county of Leicester.

10. An act for dividing, allotting, and inclosing, the open and common fields, common pastures, common meadows, heath, and other commonable lands and grounds, of and within the manor and parish of Great Billing, in the county of Northampton*

11. An act for dividing and inclosing the common and open fields, meadows, and commonable lands, in the parish of Ru/bden, in the county o^Northampton.

12. An act for dividing and allotting the open and common .fields, downs, and commonable grounds, in the hamlet or tithing of Bockampton, in the parish of Chipping Lamboume, in the county of Berks.

13. An act for dividing and inclosing several open fields, and stinted pastures, or waste grounds, in the manor ot North Dalloriy

. in the East Riding of the county of York.

14. An act for dividing, allotting, and inclosing the open fields, and common or waste land, in the lordship of Long Whatton, in the county of Leicester.

15. An act for regulating the stocking of a certain piece of inclosed pasture ground, called Nazeing Wood, or Nazeing Park, in the manor and parish of Nazeing, in the county of Essex, and for keeping the fences thereof in repair.

16. An act for dividing and inclosing the commons and waste grounds within the manor of Clifton upon' Calder, in the West Riding of the county of York.

17. An act for dividing and inclosing the common or waste ground, called Brijlington otherwise Bufleton Common, in the parish of Brijlington otherwise Bufleton, in the county of Somerset.

18. An act for dividing and inclosing the several commons and waste grounds, within the manors of Lathom and Skehnersdak> in the parish of Ormjkirk^ in the county palatine oi Lancaster.

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1-9. An act for dividing and inclosing the common and opent fields, meadows, commonable lands, and waste grounds, in the parish of I/bam9 in the county of Northampton.

20. An act for dividing and inclosing the open fields, meadows, and common pastures, within the lordship .or parish of Castle Donington, in the county of Leicester.

• 21. An act for dividing and inclosing certain open and common fields, common meadows, common pastures, and other commonable and waste lands^ within the parisli of High worth j in the county of Wilts.

22. An act to enable Walter James Head escjuire, a minor, and his issue, to take and use the surname of James only, and to bear the coat armour of the family of John James esquire, deceased.

23. An act for enabling Charles Wyndham esquire (now called Charles Edwin) and his heirs male, to take and use the surname of Edwin only.

24. An act for naturalizing David Henry be Beannei
25- An act for naturalizing Hans Arfwtdjfon.

26. An act for naturalizing Charles Frederick Loudonfack,

27. An act for naturalizing Henry Wilkens.

28. An act for naturalizing John Chrijiian Dearie and Jacob Gottfried Hippius.

29. An act for naturalizing^;^; Cazcnove.

30. An act for naturalizing Francis Long.

31. An act for naturalizing Antonie Bazin*

32. An act to enable the lord archbistiopof Canterbury to enfranchise and grant a small parcel of glebe*and waste land, belonging to the manor of Lambeth, in the county of Surrey, and also to enable the rector of the parisli of Saint Mary, Lambeth^ or his successors, to build a parsonage-house on part of the said glebe and waste land, and to grant building leases of other parts thereof, and for other the purposes therein mentioned.

33. An act for vesting in the right honourable Charles Howard esquire, commonly called Charles Earl of Surrey, and his heirs* the settled estates of the said earl, in the counties of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Surrey, subject to certain charges affecting the fame.

34. An act for vesting the timber and wood growing upon estates of Henry Perryn Browne esquire, in the county of York> in trustees, to fell theiame, and apply the money arising therefrom for making a recompence to sir Richard Perryn, his father* for the charges and expences of making buildings and improve-'"

, irients upon the fame estate, and for the other purposes therein mentioned.

35. An act for annexing a portion, of the rectory, and of the1 rectory manor thereto belonging* of Huntfpll, in the county of Somerset, to the office of master of Baliol College, in Oxford,

36. An act for establishing an agreement, for discharging the manor of Laugh t on y'u\ the county of Leicester, and certain lands and hereditaments in the parish of Laughion^ from the payment

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