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Turnpike Acts Continuance (Ireland). of 18 & 19 Vict 1855," or shall extend or apply to the Acts of the Parliament c. 69., &c. of Ireland, Thirty-eighth George the Third, Chapter Twenty-two,

and Thirty-ninth George the Third, Chapter Fifty-two.

SCHEDULE referred to in the foregoing Act.
Reference to Act.

TITLE.
An Act for making and maintaining the Road
10 Geo. 4. c. 75.
(Local and Personal.)

leading from Dublin through Blessington and Baltinglass to near the Town of

Carlow.
10 Geo. 4. c. 63. An Act for more effectually repairing the

(Local and Personal.) Road from Dublin to Dunleer.
11 & 12 Vict. c. 107. The Dublin and Mullingar Turnpike Road

(Local and Personal.) Act, 1848.
12 & 13 Vict. c. 68. An Act to continue and amend the Powers of
(Local and Personal.) an Act for repairing and improving the

Roads from Dublin by Ashbourne to Slane

and Drogheda. 38 Geo. 3. c. 31. An Act for amending the Road from Dublin to (Ireland.)

Knocksedan in the County of Dublin. 40 Geo. 3. C. 48. An Act to amend an Act passed in the Thirty(Ireland.)

eighth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled “An Act for amending "6 the Road from Dublin to Knocksedan

“ in the County of Dublin.” 26 Geo. 3. c. 30. An Act for making, widening, and repairing (Ireland.)

the Road leading from the City of Dublin to Malahide, and for erecting Turnpike Gates and receiving Tolls thereout in aid of the Barony Presentments, and for appointing Trustees for carrying the said Purposes

into execution. 28 Geo. 3. c. 48. An Act for extending to the Roads leading (Ireland.)

from Dublin through Raheny and Clontarf the Provisions of an Act passed in the Twenty-sixth Year of His present Majesty's Reign, intituled “ An Act for making, widen“ing, and repairing the Road leading from “ Dublin to Malahide, and for erecting “ Turnpike Gates and receiving Tolls there" out in aid of the Barony Presentments, “ and for appointing Trustees for carrying

“ the said Purposes into execution.” 29 Geo. 3. c. 24. An Act for rendering more effectual Two (Ireland.)

several Acts, One passed in the Twentysixth Year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled “ An Act for making, widening, and repair“ ing the Road leading from the City of “ Dublin to Malahide, and for erecting “ Turnpike Gates and receiving Tolls there“ out in aid of the Barony Presentments, “ and for appointing Trustees for carrying

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31 Geo. 3. c. 50.

(Ireland.)

“ the said Purposes into execution ;” and the other Act passed in the Twentyeighth Year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled “ An Act for extending to the Roads “ leading from Dublin through Raheny and “ Clontarf the Provisions of an Act passed “ in the Twenty-sixth Year of His Ma“ jesty's Reign, intituled "An Act for

making, widening, and repairing the " • Road leading from Dublin to Malahide, “ and for erecting Turnpike Gates and

receiving Tolls thereout in aid of the " "Barony Presentments, and for appoint

ing Trustees for carrying the said Pur

poses into execution ;” and also for continuing the said Act. An Act for 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, in the said Acts mentioned ; and
for enabling the Trustees for the said Pur-
poses to borrow further Sums of Money for
such Purposes; and for continuing the said
Acts for a further Term ; and for im-
proving 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 Communication

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

Duties to be taken at the Turnpikes on the
Road leading over Ballybough 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 Parliament relating thereto.

32 Geo. 3. c. 37.

(Ireland.)

33 Geo. 3. c. 26.

(Ireland.)

38 Geo. 3. C. 41.

(Ireland.)

Turnpike Acts Continuance (Ireland).

TITLE.

Reference to Act.

An Act for altering and improving Part of the 56 Geo. 3. c. 71.

Turnpike Rond leading from the City of (Local and Personal.)

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. 59 Geo. 3. c. 109. An Act for more effectually improving and (Local and Personal.) repairing the Road leading from the City

of Dublin to Navan in the County of Meath. 35 Geo. 3. c. 47. An Act for making, widening, and repairing (Ireland.)

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

thereon in aid of Barony Presentments. 37 Geo. 3. c. 29. An Act for improving and repairing the (Ireland.)

Roads leading froin the City of Dublin to Ratoath and Curragha, and for aitering and amending an Act passed in the Thirty-fifth 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 Pre

6 sentments." 39 Geo. 3. c. 46. An Act for amending an Act passed in the (Ireland.)

Thirty-seventh Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled “ An Act for im“ proving and repairing the Roads leading from the City of Dublin to Ratoath and “ Curragha,” and for altering and amending an Act passed in the Thirty-fifth 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.” 30 Geo, 3. c. 46. An Act for improving and repairing the (Ireland.)

Turnpike Road leading from Kinnegad to

Athlone. 31 Geo. 3. c. 49.

An Act to amend an Act for improving the (Ireland.)

Turnpike Road leading from Kinnegad to

Athlone. 32 Geo. 3. c. 36. An Act to amend an Act made in the Thir(Ireland.)

tieth Year of His present Majesty, intituled “ An Act for improving and repairing the “ Turnpike Road leading from Kinnegad to

66 Athlone.” 50 Geo. 3. c. 134. An Act to amend an Act passed in the Par(Local and Personal.) liament of Ireland in the Thirtieth Year

of His Majesty's Reign for repairing the Turnpike Road leading from Kinnegad to Athlone.

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CA P. LXXXIV.
An Act to provide for the Performance of certain Duties of

the Speaker during his temporary Absence from the House
of Commons.

[14th August 1855.] HEREAS the House of Commons have provided by their

Standing Orders for the temporary Performance of certain • Duties of the Speaker, during his unavoidable Absence, by a • Deputy Speaker: And whereas Her Majesty had previously signified Her Consent that the House might do therein as they should think fit : And whereas certain Matters concerning the Office of Speaker are regulated by Statute, and the Validity of Acts done or Proceedings taken during the Absence of the

Speaker may hereafter be questioned : 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:

I. If at any Time during a Session of Parliament the Speaker Acts done, &c. shall be temporarily absent from the House, and a Deputy Speaker by Deputy shall thereupon perform the Duties and exercise the Authority of Speaker during Speaker, pursuant to the Standing Orders or other Order or Reso- Speaker valid. lution of that House, every Act done and Proceeding taken in or by the House, pursuant to any Statute, shall be as valid and effectual as if the Speaker himself were in the Chair ; and every Act done, and Warrant, Order, Certificate, Notice, or other Document issued, signed, or published, in relation to any Proceedings of the House of Commons, by such Deputy Speaker, shall have the same Effect and Validity as if the same had been done, issued, signed, or published by the Speaker for the Time being.

II. Provided, That such Deputy Speaker shall not have Power Not to appoint to appoint to any Office, except for such Time as he shall continue to any Office. to be Deputy Speaker.

III. Provided also, That nothing herein contained shall affect Nothing to afthe Election of a Speaker, or the Forms thereof, or any Preroga- fect Election of

Speaker, &c. tive of Her Majesty concerned therein, or otherwise relating to the Office of Speaker.

CA P. LXXXV.
An Act for carrying into effect the Engagements between

Her Majesty and certain Chiefs of the Sherbro Country
near Sierra Leone in Africa, for the more effectual Sup-
pression of the Slave Trade. [14th August 1855.]
W
HEREAS on the Thirty-first March One thousand eight

hundred and fifty-three an Engagement was concluded ' between Arthur Edward Kennedy Esquire, Governor of the • Colony of Sierra Leone, on behalf of Her Majesty, and certain • Chiefs of the Sherbro Country, namely, Careybah Caulker, Chief . of Bombey, and Thomas Stephen Caulker, Chief of the Plantain

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Islands,

Slave Trade (Sherbro). Islands, Pierre Charley, King of Sherbro, Harry Tucker, Chief • of Shebar, and William Tucker, Chief of Bullom and Boom

Rivers : And whereas on the Ninth, Nineteenth, and Twentyfirst May One thousand eight hundred and fifty-three certain other Engagements were concluded between the said Arthur · Edward Kennedy, Governor of the said Colony, on behalf of • Her Majesty, and certain other Chiefs of the Sherbro Country,

namely, Ibiboo Salifoo, Chief of Jong,Mahamadoo Calipha, · Chief of Barmah, Cabouka, Chief of Bagroo, Pah Rakey, Chief

of Baly, Somaaker, Chief of Tassamankar, Soloko, Chief of · Robannah : And whereas on the Seventeenth Day of April One ' thousand eight hundred and fifty-four another Engagement was ' concluded between the said Arthur Edward Kennedy, Governor

of the said Colony, on behalf of Her Majesty, and a certain other Chief, namely, John Fortune; by which said several Engagements it was amongst other things agreed as follows : • “ The Cruizers of the British Government, or any Officer "“ deputed by his Excellency the Governor of Sierra Leone, "" whenever they fall in with any Vessels or Boats belonging to "" the People of Sherbro, suspected of being engaged in the "“ Slave Trade, may detain and search them, and in case of their

finding that any of the Vessels or Boats aforesaid belonging to • “the People of Sherbro have violated this Engagement, by the

“ Exportation of Slares from the Coasts of Africa or elsewhere, “ “ they (the Government Cruizers, or Officers deputed by his "" Excellency the Governor of Sierra Leone,) may seize and O" confiscate the same, and the Vessels and Boats so seized shall " " be taken to Sierra Leone, to be tried by English Law, and "" when condemned shall be sold, and the Produce of the Sale « « shall be divided equally between the Queen of England and "“ the Chief or Chiefs of Sherbro, and the Slaves who were found

on board shall be made free :” And whereas it is expedient " that effectual Provision should be made for carrying into execu• tion the herein-before recited Provisions of the said several

Agreements : 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 : Power for Com. I. It shall be lawful for the Commanders and other Officers of manders of

Her Majesty's Ships of War, or for any Officer deputed by the Ships of War,

Governor of Sierra Leone, to detain and search in any Seas any &c. to visit and Vessel or Boat belonging to Careybah Caulker, Chief of Bombey, Vessels belong- and Thomas Stephen Caulker, Chief of the Plantain Islands, ing to the Sher- Pierre Charley, King of Sherbro, Harry Tucker, Chief of Shebar, bro Chiefs. William Tucker, Chief of Bullom and Boom Rivers, Ibiboo Salifoo,

Chief of " Jong,Mahamadoo Calipha, Chief of Barmah, Cabouka, Chief of Bagroo, Pah Rakey, Chief of Baly, Somanker, Chief of Tassermanker, Soloko, Chief of Robannah, and John Fortune, or to any of their Subjects, which shall upon reasonable Grounds be suspected of being engaged in the Slave Trade, and to send or carry away such Vessel or Boat, together with its Master, Sailors,

Passengers,

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