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Metropolis Local Management.

Eastern Counties Railway Sewer. Commences at Mile End Bridge, over the Regent's Canal in Bow Road, proceeds along Bow Road, Tredegar Square, and by the Railway, and discharges into the River Lea, where the Viaduct of the said Railway crosses that River.

Hackney Brook Sewer (Main Line). Commences in the High Road opppsite to St. John's Church Upper Holloway, and extends thence in a South-east Direction along Holloway Road to a Point about 450 Feet South of Tollington Road, thence in an Easterly Direction by the North of Abney Park Cemetery, Hackney Downs, and Hackney Wick, and discharges into the River Lea, immediately to the North of Old Ford Wharf:

Hackney Brook Sewer (Wick Lane Branch). Commences in Old Ford Road, on the East Side of Old Ford Bridge, crossing the Regent's Canal, and extends along Grove Road, Wick Lane, and joins the Main Sewer at Hackney Wick.

South SIDE OF THE THAMES.

Beverley Brook. Commences on the Boundary between the Parishes of Putney and Wimbledon, at a Point about 1,800 Feet South of Beverley Bridge, on the Kingston Road, and discharges into the River Thames about Half a Mile above Putney Town.

Sewer between Parishes of Putney and Wandsworth. Commences on the Road from Kingston to Wandsworth, and discharges into the River Thames at a Point about 1,500 Feet below Fulham Bridge.

Wandle River. Commences at a Point where the Parishes of Streatham and Tooting intersect the River, and discharges into the River Thames at the Town of Wandsworth.

Falcon Brook. Commences at Tooting Common, and discharges into the River Thames at Battersea Creek.

Lord Spencer's Sewer. Commences in the Town of Battersea, and extends in an Easterly Direction through Battersea Park, and discharges into the River Thames at about 400 Feet below Battersea New Bridge.

Heath Wall Sewer (Main Line). Commences at the Falcon Brook at a Sluice about 300 Feet North of the South-western Railway, and extending along the South Margin of Battersea Fields, discharges into the Thames at Heath Wall Mill.

Heath

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Heath Wall Sewer (Clapham Rise Branch). Commences on the Boundary between the Parishes of Clapham and Lambeth at the Intersection of New Road with Clapham Rise, and extends along the East Side of Clifton Street, and joins the Main Sewer at a Point about 100 Feet North-east of New Road, Battersea Fields.

Effra Sewer. Commences at the Boundary between the Parishes of St. Mary Lambeth and Croydon, in Westow Hill Road, immediately opposite to the Convent of “ Our Lady,” and discharges into the River Thames at Vauxhall Creek, on the South Side of the Phænix Gasworks, and near to Vauxhall Bridge.

Effra Sewer (Upper Norwood Branch). Commences in Westow Hill Road on the Boundary between the Parishes of Lambeth and Croydon, at about 200 Feet West of the Crystal Palace Hotel, and proceeds Northward along the Boundary between the Parishes of St. Mary Lambeth and St. Giles Camberwell, and joins the Main Sewer at a Point about 230 Feet West of Croxted Lane.

Duffield and Battle Bridge Sewers. These Sewers drain the most densely inhabited Portions of the South Side. The Inlets for flushing Purposes are at Kennington, Vauxhall, Lambeth Church, and Stangate. The Outlets are by the following Sluices, viz., the Arnold and Dover Sluices, near Waterloo Bridge ; Pudding Mill, near Blackfriars Bridge ; the Boar's Head, Welch Troopers, Black Lion, and Bear Sluices, near Southwark Bridge ; the Bridge Yard, Battle Bridge ; and Green Bank, in St. Olave Southwark ; Freeman's Lane, St. John Jerusalem ; and Great St. John, in Horsleydown ; and the Salisbury and Duffield Sluices, in Bermondsey.

Limekiln Sluice. Drains the open Fields of Part of the Parish of Rotherhithe, and proceeds along Swan Lane, and discharges into the River Thames at about 300 Feet East of the Thames Tunnel.

Globe Stairs Sewer. Drains the Northern Basin of the Commercial Dock Company, and extends along the Eastern Side of St. Paul's Church, Rotherhithe, and Part of Rotherhithe Street, and discharges into the River Thames at Globe Stairs.

Sewer at Durand's Wharf (Rotherhithe). Commences to the South-east of Bull-Head Dock, Rotherhithe, and pursues an Easterly Course by Rotherhithe and Lower Queen Street, and discharges into the River Thames at a “10 Footway,” opposite to Cow Lane.

Rotherhithe Pier Sewer. Commences in Trinity Street, at a Point about 400 Feet South of Cow Lane, and proceeds along Trinity Street, and discharges into the River Thames at Rotherhithe Boat Pier. Ử u 4

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Earl Sewer (Main Line). Commences in Colil Harbour Lane, at a Point about 1100 Feet North-east of its Junction with Loughborough Road, and proceeds along High Street, Camberwell, Camberwell Road, Boundary Lane, and Eastward along the Boundaries of several Parishes, and discharges into the River Thames on the Boundary between the Counties of Surrey and Kent, near to the Royal Dock Yard, Deptford.

Earl Sewer (Wyndham Road Branch). Commences on the East Side of Kennington Park, and proceeds along New Row, and Southward on the East of Thomas Street, Eastward along Wyndham Road, and joins the Main Sewer at a Point about 100 Feet South of Southampton Street, Camberwell.

Earl Sewer (White Post Lane Brunch). Commences in Victoria Road, at the Junction with Choumert Place and Cuttlıroat Lane, near Peckbam Rye, and proceeds along Victoria Road, Hanover Street, Rye Lane, High Street, Meetinghouse Lane, Halfway House Lane, and White Post Lane, and joins the Main Sewer at the Junction of the Parishes of Rotherhithe, St. Paul's Deptford, and St. Giles Camberwell.

Royal Dock Yard Sewer. Commences on the East of Black Horse Bridge, and extends Eastward on the South Side of the Mast Pond, and discharges into the River Thames opposite to the Royal Victualling Yard.

Ravensbourne and Sydenham Sewer. Commences at Bell Green, and extends along and by Catsford Hill Road, Lewisham, and Bromley Road, Silver Street, Loam Pit Vale, and Mill Lane, and discharges into Deptford Creek at Parish Wharf, near Kingsford Mill.

Ravensbourne and Lee Green Sewer. Commences in the Eltham Road, about 300 Feet East of Lee Green, and proceeds along Lee Road, Lewisham Road, Bath Place, Egerton Road, and North Pole Lane, to a pumping Station, where it discharges into Deptford Creek, at a Point about 400 Feet North of the London and Greenwich Railway.

Horseferry Road (Greenwich). Commences in Caroline Street and Roan Street, and proceeds along Union and Bridge Streets, and discharges into the River Thames at Horseferry.

SCHEDULE (E.)

Form of Mortgage of Rates.
Mortgage Number ( )
By virtue of an Act passed in the

Year of the Reign of Queen Victoria, intituled [here insert the Title of this Act], the Metropolitan Board of Works, or the Board of Works

for

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for the District of or the Vestry of the Parish of
(as the Case may be), in consideration of the Sum of paid
to
by A.B. of

for the Purposes of the said Act, do grant and assign unto the said A.B., his Executors, Administrators, and Assigns, all [here describe the Monies or Rates to be mortgaged], to hold to the said A.B., his Executors, Administrators, and Assigns, from the Day of the Date hereof until the said Sum of

with Interest at the Rate of per Centum per Annum for the same, shall be fully paid and satisfied ; and it is hereby declared that the said Principal Sum sball be repaid on the

Day of

and that in the meantime the Interest thereof shall be paid on the and the Day of

in every Year. In witness whereof the Metropolitan Board of Works, or the said District Board, or the said Vestry, (as the Case may be,) have hereunto set their Seal, this

One thousand eight hundred and

Day of

Day of

SCHEDULE (F.)

Form of Transfer of Mortgage. I A.B. of

in consideration of the Sum of Pounds 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 Metropolitan Board of Works, or the Board of Works for the District of

or the Vestry of the Parish of for securing the Sum of

and Interest (or, if such Transfer be by Indorsement on the Mortgage, insert, instead of the Words after Assigns," the within Security] and all my Property, Right, and Interest in and to the Money thereby secured, and in and to the Monies thereby assigned. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal, this Day of One thousand eight hundred and

A.B. (L.S.)

CA P. CXXI. An Act to consolidate and amend the Nuisances Removal and Diseases Prevention Acts, 1848 and 1849.

[14th August 1855.] W

HEREAS the Provisions of “The Nuisances Removal and 11 & 12 Vict.

Diseases Prevention Act, 1848,” amended by “ The C. 123, • Nuisances Removal and Diseases Prevention Amendment Act,

12 & 13 Vict. 1849,” are defective, and it is expedient to repeal the said Acts • as far as relates to England, and to substitute other Provisions

more effectual in that Behalf :' 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. From

c. 111.

6

Nuisances Removal and Diseases Prevention Acts

Consolidation and Amendment.

Recited Acts I. From and after the passing of this Act, the said Acts are by repealed as far this Section repealed, as far as relates to England: Provided always, as relates to

that all Proceedings commenced or taken under the said Acts, and England, &c.

not yet completed, may be proceeded with under the said Acts; and all Contracts or Works undertaken by virtue of the said Acts shall continue and be as effectual as if the said Acts had not been

repealed. Interpretation II. In this Act the following Words and Expressions have the of certain

Meanings by this Section herein-after assigned to them, unless such Terms used in this Act.

Meanings be repugnant to or inconsistent with the Context; (that is to say,) the Word “ Place” includes any City, Borough, District under the Public Health Act, Parish, Township, or Hamlet, or Part of any such City, Borough, District, Town, Parish, Township, or Hamlet; the Word “Guardians” includes the Directors, Wardens, Overseers, Governors, or other like Officers having the Management of the Poor for any Parish or Place where the Matter or any Part of the Matter requiring the Cognizance of any such Officer arises; the Word “Borough," and the Expressions “Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses,” “Council,” and “ Borough Fund," have respectively the same Meaning as in the Acts for the Regulation of Municipal Corporations, and shall also respectively mean, include, and apply to any Royal Borough, Royal Town, or other Town having a Warden, High Bailiff

, Borough Reeve, or other Chief Officer, and Burgesses or Inhabitants, however designated, associated with him in the Government or Management thereof, or any Town or Place having a Governing Body therein, in the Nature of a Corporation or otherwise, and to the Chief Officers and Governing Bodies of such Boroughs, Towns, and Places, and to the Funds and Property under the Management of or at the Disposal of such Chief Officers and Governing Bodies; the Expression Improvement Act” means an Act for regulating and managing the Police of, and for draining, cleansing, paving, lighting, watching, and improving a Place, and an Act for any of those Purposes; the Word “Owner” includes any Person receiving the Rents of the Property in respect of which that Word is used, from the Occupier of such Property on his own Account, or as Trustee or Agent for any other Person, or as Receiver or Sequestrator appointed by the Court of Chancery or under any Order thereof, or who would receive the same if such Property were let to a Tenant; the Word “Premises "extends to all Messuages, Lands, or Tenements, whether open or inclosed, whether built on or not, and whether public or private; the Word “Parish” includes every Township or Place separately maintaining its Poor, or separately maintaining its own Highways; the Expression “ Quarter Sessions” means the Court of General or Quarter Sessions of the Peace for a County, Riding, or Division of a County, City, or Borough; the Word “Person," and Words applying to any Person or Individual, apply to and include Corporations, whether aggregate or sole; and the Expression “ Two Justices "shall, in addition to its ordinary Signification, mean One Stipendiary or Police Magistrate acting in any Police Court for the District.

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