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If enlisting for either Her Majesty's or the East Indiu Company's
Service, the following Addition is to be made to the foregoing
Oath : And that if Her Maje-ty, Her Fleirs or Successors, shall please to appoint me to serve in the Forces of the East Indir Company, then I swear that I will also be true to the said Company, and will duly observe and obey all their Orilers, and the Orders of their Generals and Officers who shall be lawfully set over me.
If enlisting for the East India Company's Service, the following
is to be added to the Oath : And that I also will be true to the said Company, and will duly observe and obey all their Orders, and the Orders of their Generals and Officers who shall be lawfully set over me,
CERTIFICATE to be given by the JUSTICE.
One of Her Majesty's Justices of the to wit. 51 Peace of do hereby certify, That in my Presence all the foregoing Questions were put to that the Answers written opposite to them are those which he gave to me; and that the Fortieth and Forty-sixth Articles of the Articles of War were read over to him; that he took the Oath of Allegiance and Fidelity ; that he received the Sum of
on being attested this Day; that he was not attested until Twenty-four Hours had elapsed after he received Enlisting Money ; that the Place where he swears that he enlisted is in the Vicinity of my Residence, or within the Division or District or Place for which I act; that I am not an Officer of the Army, and that I have given him a Duplicate of this Certificate, signed with my Name.
Signature of Justice.
DECLARATION to be made by a SOLDIER renewing his Service. Number
do declare, That I am at present (or was, as the Case may be)
in Captain Company in the
Regiment; that I enlisted on the Day of
for a Term of Years; that I am of the Age of
Years; and that I will serve Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, (or in the Forces of the East India Company, as the Case may be,] for a further Term of
Years (to be filled up with Eleven Years in the Infantry, and Twelve in the Cavalry or Artillery, or other Ordnance Corps, and in the Case of a Soldier about to embark for Foreign Service, with such Number of Years as shall be required to complete a total Service of
Twenty-one Years in the Infantry or Twenty-four in the Cavalry or Artillery or other Ordnance Corps,] provided my Services should so long be required, and also for such further Term, not exceeding Two Years, as shall be directed by the Commanding Oficer on any Foreign Station. Declared before me.
Signature of Soldier. ... Signature of Witness,
Fons of Oath to be taken by a Master whose APPRENTICE
do make Oath, That I am by Trade a and that
was bound to serve as an Apprentice to me in the said Trade, by Indenture dated the
for the Term of Years; and that the said
did on or about the
abscond and quit my Service without my Congent; and that to the best of my Knowledge and Belief the said
is aged about
Years. Witness my Hand at the Day of
One thousand eight hundred and Sworn before me at
this Day of
One thousand eight hundred and
Foru of JusticE'S CERTIFICATE to be given to the MASTER
of an APPRENTICE.
One of Her Majesty's Justices of the to wit. Peace of
certify, That of came before me at
the Day of . One thousand cight hundred and and made Oath that he was by Trade a
was bound to serve as an Apprentice to him in the said Trade, by Indenture dated the
Day for the Term of
Years; and that the said Apprentice did on or about the
Day of abscond and quit the Service of the said without his Consent, and that to the best of his knowledge and Belief the said Apprentice is aged about
Form of Oath to be taken by a Master whose indentured
LABOURER in any of Her Majesty's Colonies or Possessions has absconded.
do make Oath, That was bound to me to serve as an indentured Labourer by Indenture dated the
Day of for the Term of
Y cars, and that the said did on or about the
abscond and quit my Service without my Consent.
Witness, 8c. [as for Apprentice.]
FORM of JUSTICE's CERTIFICATE to be given to the MASTER
of an indentured LABOURER.
One of Her Majesty's Justices of to wit. S the Peace of
certify, That came before me at
the Day of
and made Oath that. was bound to serve as an indentured Labourer to him by Indenture dated the
for the Term of
Years, and that the said indentured Labourer did on or about the
Day of abscond and quit the Service of the said
without his Consent.
FORM of DECLARATION of ATTESTATION of a COMMISSARY's
do solemnly and sincerely declare, That I have I not applied any Monies or Stores or Supplies under my Care or Distribution to my own Use, or to the private Use of any other Person by way of Loan to such Person or otherwise, or in any Manner applied them, or knowingly permitted them to be applied, to any other than public Purpo:es, according to the Duty of my Oflice; and I make this solemn Declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true, and by virtue of the Provisions of an Act passed in the Fifth and Sixth Years of the Reign of His Majesty King William the Fourth, Chapter 62, for the Abolition of unnecessary Oaths, and for substituting Declarations in licu thereof. Declared before me by the within-n med i
committed to Confinement
* It is important for the Public Service, and for the Interest of the Deserter, that this part of the Return should be accurately filled up, and the Details should be inserted by the Magistrate in his own Handwriting, or, under his Direction, by his Clerk
I do hereby certify, that the l'risoner 1 I certify, that I have inspected the Das been duly examined before me as to Prisoner, and consider him the Circumstance herein stated, and has for Military Service. declared in my Presence that he †
— Signature of Mia Deserter from the above-mentioned
litary Medical Officer, or of Corps.
|| Prirute Medical Practitioner. --- Signature and Address of Magistrale,
Insert " fit” or “uufit," as the Case
may be; and if unfit, state the Canse of -Signature of Prisoner. Untituess.
No Fee will be allowed to a Private - Signature of Informant. Medical Practitioner where a Military
Medical Officer is stationed, unless it is + Insert "is" or "is not," as the Case may be. ' shown that his Services were not available.
107. ss. 152
(23d March 1854.] " W HEREAS by the One hundred and lifty-second Section Recital of.
16 & 17 Vict. of the Customs Consolidation Act, 1853, it is enacted, that no Goods or Passengers shall be carried Coastwise from & 191.
one Part of the United Kingdom to another, except in • British Ships : And whereas by the One hundred and ninety« first Section of the same Act it is enacted, that no Goods or • Passengers shall be imported into the United Kingdom from * the Channel Islands or exported from the United Kingdom " to the said Islands, or carried from one of the said Islands to 5 another, or from one Part of any of the said Islands to
another Part thereof, except in British Ships : And whereas • it is expedient to remove the Restrictions contained in the • said recited Enactments :' 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
follow the Enactments berend and the one hundren Act, 1853, The Queen
I. The Enactments herein-before recited, that is to say, the Repeal of the One hundred and fifty-second and the One hundred and ninety- recited Enactfirst Sections of the said Customs Consolidation Act, 1853, ?
ments. shall be repealed from the passing of this Act: Provided, enabled to that it shall be lawful for Her Majesty to exercise, in respect exercise reta
liatory Powers of Foreign Ships employed in the Coasting Trade as aforesaid, as in and of Gocds carried Coastwise in such Ships, such or the like 16 & 17 Vict. Powers as arc conferred on Her Majesty by the Three hundred c. 107. ss. 324,
325, & 326. and twenty-fourth, Three hundred and twenty-fifth, and Three hundred and twenty-sixth Sections of the said Customs Consolidation Act, 1853, in respect of Foreign Ships employed in the Oversea Trade, and of Goods exported or imported in such Ships.
II. Every Foreign Ship which after the passing of this Act Foreign Ships is employed in carrying Goods or Passengers Coastwise from
foom in the Coasting one Part of the United Kingdom to another, or from the Islands subject to the of Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney, Sark, or Man, to the United same Rules as Kingdom, or from the United Kingdom to any of the said
lom to any of the soil British Ships. Islands, or from any of the said Islands to any other of them, or from any Part of any one of the said Islands to any other Part of the same, shall be subject, as to Stores for the Use of the Crew, and in all other respects, to the same Laws, Rules, and Regulations to which British Ships when so employed are now subject.
III. No Foreign Ship which after the passing of this Act Foreign Ships is employed in the Coasting Trade as aforesaid, nor any Goods
us the Coasting carried in any such Shir, shall, during the Time such Ship is so Trade not to be employed, be subject to any higher or other Rate of Dock, subject to Pier, Harbour, Light, Pilotage, Tonnage, or other Dues, Duties, thian British