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The Dublin and other Roads Turnpikes Abolition Act, 1855.

32 G. 3. Chap. 37.

(Ireland.)

33 G. 3. Chap. 26.

(Ireland.)

38 G. 3. Chap. 41.

(Ireland.)

poses to borrow further Sums of Money for such Purposes ; and for continuing the said Acts for a further Term; and for improving

the Neighbourhood of Ballybough Bridge. An Act for enabling the Trustees for making,

widening, and repairing the Road from Dublin to Malahide, and the other Roads leading to Dublin over Ballybough Bridge, pursuant to several Acts of Parliament more effectually to carry the said Acts into

execution. An Act for further amending the several

Laws for making, widening, and repairing the Road from Dublin to Malahide, and the other Roads leading to Dublin over Bally bough Bridge; and for enabling the Trustees for the said Purposes to borrow a further Sum, to complete a new Communi

cation Eastward of Ballybough Bridge. An Act for granting certain Tolls, Rates, and

Duties to be taken at the Turnpikes on the Road leading over Bally bough and Annesley Bridges, in aid of the Barony Presentments, and in lieu of the Tolls formerly payable at such Turnpikes; and for amending the Laws for making, widening, and repairing the said Roads; and for making perpetual the several Acts of Par

liament relating thereto. An Act for altering and improving Part of

the_Turnpike Road leading from the City of Dublin to the New Packet Harbour at Howth, for the Conveyance of His Majesty's Mails, and for amending the several Laws

relating to the said Road. An Act for more effectually improving and

repairing the Road leading from the City

of Dublin to Navan in the County of Meath. An Act for making, widening, and repairing

the Road leading from the City of Dublin to Ratoath, and for erecting Turnpikes

thereon in aid of Barony Presentments. An Act for improving and repairing the

Roads leading from the City of Dublin to Ratoath and Curragha, and for altering and amending an Act passed in the 35th Year of His present Majesty's Reign, intituled . An Act for making, widening, and ' repairing the Road leading from the City • of Dublin to Ratoath, and for erecting · Turnpikes thereon in aid of Barony • Presentments.'

56 G. 3. Chap. 71.
(Local and Personal.)

59 G. 3. Chap. 109.
(Local and Personal.)

35 G. 3. Chap. 47.

(Ireland.)

37 G. 3. Chap. 29.

(Ireland)

The Dublin and other Roads Turnpikes Abolition Act, 1855.

39 G. 3. Chap. 46.

(Ireland.)

An Act for amending an Act passed in the

37th Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled 'An Act for improving • and repairing the Roads leading from the • City of Dublin to Ratoath and Curragha, ' and for altering and amending an Act

passed in the 35th Year of His present • Majesty's Reign, intituled “ An Act for ““ making, widening, and repairing the " " Road leading from the City of Dublin ““ to Ratoath, and for erecting Turnpikes “ “ thereon in aid of Barony Present

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30 G. 3. Chap. 46. An Act for improving and repairing the (Ireland.) Turnpike Road leading from Kinnegad to

Athlone. 31 G. 3. Chap. 49. An Act to amend an Act for improving the (Ireland.) Turnpike Road leading from Kinnegad to

Athlone. 32 G. 3. Chap. 36. An Act to amend an Act made in the 30th (Ireland.) Year of His present Majesty, intituled 'An

• Act for improving and repairing the

Turnpike Road leading from Kinnegad

6 to Athlone.' 50 G. 3. Chap. 134. An Act to amend an Act passed in the Par(Local and Personal.) liament of Ireland in the 30th Year of His

Majesty's Reign, for repairing the Turn-
pike Road leading from Kinnegad to
Athlone.
SCHEDULE (B.)

FORM OF MORTGAGE. Mortgage No. I A.B., the undersigned "Dublin Turnpikes Abolition Commissioner,” acting in execution of “ The Dublin and other Roads Turnpikes Abolition Act, 1855," do hereby certify that the Sum of £

with Interest thereon from the Fifth Day of January 1856, at the Rate of Three Pounds per Centum per Annum till paid, has been ascertained by my

Award, made in pursuance of the said Act, to be payable in the Manner in said Award specified by the Grand Jury of the County of

to C.D., his Executors, Administrators, and Assigns, in respect of certain Mortgages (or a certain Mortgage] in said Award specified; and I hereby direct that Interest at the Rate of Three Pounds per Centum per Annum from the Fifth Day of January 1856 on the said Sum of £ shall be paid by the Treasurer of the said County of

to the said C.D., his Executors, Administrators, and Assigns, till the said Principal Sum shall have been paid.

In witness whereof I the said Commissioner have hereunto set my Hand and Seal, this

Day of

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SCHEDULE (C.)

FORM OF TRANSFER OF MORTGAGE. I A.B. of

in consideration of the Sum of L paid to me by C.D. of

do hereby transfer to the said C.D., his Executors, Administrators, and Assigns, a certain Mortgage, Number

bearing Date the Day of

and made by “ the Dublin Turnpikes Abolition Commissioner” for charging and securing the Sum of Ł

, and Interest thereon from the Fifth Day of January 1856 at the Rate of Three Pounds per Centum per Annum, upon the County of (or upon the Barony or Baronies of

in the County of

] and all my Property, Right, and Interest in and to the Money thereby secured.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal, this

A.B. (S.) SCHEDULE (D.) FORM OF SECURITY FOR ANNUTY. Annuity No. I A.B., the undersigned “ Dublin Turnpikes Abolition Commissioner," acting in execution of “The Dublin and other Roads Turnpikes Abolition Act, 1855," do hereby certify that the annual Sum of £

has been ascertained by my Award, made in pursuance of the said Act, to be payable for

in the Manner in said Award specified by the Grand Jury of the County of

to C.D., his Heirs and Assigns, in respect of certain Rents in said Award specified ; and I hereby direct that the said annual Sum of £

shall be paid by the Treasurer of the said County of

to the said C.D., his Heirs and Assigns, by Two even and equal half-yearly Payments on every

Day of and Day of

in every Year, the first Payment thereof to be made on the next after the Date hereof. · In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal, this Day of

A.B. (S.) SCHEDULE (E.)

FORM OF TRANSFER OF ANNUITY. I A.B. of

in consideration of the Sum of paid to me by C.D. of

do hereby transfer to the said C.D., bis Heirs and Assigns, a certain Annuity of the Certificate of which is Number

and bears Date the Day of

and was executed by “ the Dublin Turnpikes Abolition Commissioner” for charging and securing the said Annuity of £

upon the County of [or upon the Barony or Baronies of

in the County of ) and all my Property, Right, and Interest in and to the Annuity thereby secured.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal, this Day of

A.B. (S.)

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SCHEDULE (F.) County of

Whereas the Dublin Turnpikes Abolito wit.

tion Commissioner, acting in execution of “ The Dublin and other Roads Turnpikes Abolition Act, 1855," has, by his Certificate bearing Date the

Day of duly certified to the Grand Jury of the County of that the Sum of £

has, under the Provisions of the said Act, been apportioned upon the said County and the Baronies thereof (or upon the Barony or Baronies of in the County of

] as in the said Certificate mentioned.

Now we the Grand Jury of the said County of duly assembled and sworn at the Assizes held at

in and for the said County on the

Day of pursuant to the Powers to us in that Behalf given by “ The Dublin and other Roads Turnpikes Abolition Act, 1855," do present the Sum of £

in order to enable us to borrow the said Sum from any Person willing to advance the same ; and in order to repay the said Sum we do present that the said Sum do be raised and levied as follows: by half-yearly Instalments of

each, the first of said Instalments to be raised after the present Assizes, and the remaining Instalments after the next and each and every successive

Assizes, until the whole of the said Sum shall be raised and discharged ; and further, in pursuance of the Powers in said Act contained, we do present the Sum of £

to be paid to pay the annual Interest of the said Sum of

or of such Part of the same as shall from Time to Time remain due, at such Rate, not exceeding Six Pounds per Cent., as may be agreed on; and we present the said Sum of £

to be raised half-yearly in such Sums as may be from Time to Time required to satisfy the Interests of so much of the said Principal Sum as shall be and remain due after the Application of the Sums presented to be levied for its Satisfaction, One of such Sums or Instalments to be raised after the present and every future

Assize, and the other after the next and every future Assizes in the next and each succeeding Year until such Principal Sum shall have been paid as aforesaid. And we nominate and appoint

to treat and agree and contract for a Loan with any Person willing to make the same on the Security of this Presentment, and for the Rate of Interest which shall be paid on such Loan, and otherwise to carry this Presentment into effect. N.B.-In the County of Dublin for Assizes insert Presenting

Term, and make the Instalments annual instead of half-yearly.

upon the

CA P.

Public Libraries and Museums.

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CA P. LXX.
An Act for further promoting the Establishment of Free

Public Libraries and Museums in Municipal Towns, and
for extending it to Towns governed under Local Improve-
ment Acts, and to Parishes.

[30th July 1855.] WHEREAS it is expedient to amend and extend the Public

Libraries Act, 1850:' Be it therefore 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:

I. The Public Libraries Act, 1850, is hereby repcaled; but 13 & 14 Vict. such Repeal shall not invalidate or affect anything already done c. 65. repealed. in pursuance of the same Act, and all Libraries and Museums established under that Act or the Act thereby repealed shall be considered as having been established under this Act, and the Council of any Borough which may have adopted the said Act of One thousand eight hundred and fifty, or established a Museum under the Act thereby repealed, shall have and may use and exercise all the Benefits, Privileges, and Powers given by this Act; and all Monies which have been borrowed by virtue of the said repealed Acts or either of them, and still remaining unpaid, and the Interest thereof, shall be charged on the Borough Rates, or a Rate to be assessed and recovered in the like Manner as a Borough Rate to be made by virtue of this Act.

II. In citing this Act for any Purposes whatever it shall be Short Title of sufficient to use the Expression “ The Public Libraries Act, 1855.” Act.

III. In the Construction of this Act the following Words and Interpretation Expressions shall, unless there be something in the Subject or of Terms. Context repugnant to such Construction, have the following Meanings assigned to them respectively; that is to say, “Parish” shall mean every Place maintaining its own Poor; “Vestry” shall mean the Inhabitants of the Parish lawfully assembled in Vestry, or for any of the Purposes for which Vestries are holden, except in those Parishes in which there is a Select Vestry elected under the Act of the Fifty-ninth Year of King George the Third, Chapter Twelve, or under the Act of the First and Second Years of King William the Fourth, Chapter Sixty, or under the Provisions of any Local Act of Parliament for the Government of any Parish by Vestries, in which Parishes it shall mean such Select Vestry, and shall also mean any Body of Persons, by whatever Name distinguished, acting by virtue of any Act of Parliament, Prescription, Custom, or otherwise, as or instead of a Vestry or Select Vestry ; “ Ratepayers ” shall mean all Persons for the Time being assessed to Rates for the Relief of the Poor of the Parish ; “Overseers of the Poor” shall mean also any Persons authorized and required to make and collect the Rate for the Relief of the Poor of the Parish, and acting instead of Overseers of the Poor ; “ Board” shall mean the Commissioners, Trustees, or other Body of Persons, by whatever Name distinguished, for the Time being in

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