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the Value of the Premises charged therewith, or of such Part or gagors, on PayParts thereof as shall be purchased or taken as aforesaid, the ment of Value Mortgagor or Mortgagors, or other the Person or Persons entitled of Hereditaeither at Law or in Equity, subject to such Mortgage or other sign their Security or Charge, shall, upon Payment or Tender of the Sum to Interest to be awarded or assessed as the Value of the Houses, Buildings, Commissioners. Lands, Tenements, and Hereditaments, or Part thereof, to be so purchased or taken as aforesaid, to such Mortgagee or Party, or into the Bank as aforesaid, forthwith, without any Consideration, convey, assign, and release his or her Right, Equity of Redemption, Estate, or other Interest whatsoever in such Houses, Buildings, Lands, Tenements, and Hereditaments, or Part thereof, to the said Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital or their Successors, or to such Person or Persons as they shall appoint, and in default of so doing shall be thenceforth barred and foreclosed from all Right, Equity of Redemption, Estate, and Interest whatsoever of and in the same Premises; and all the Estate, Right, Title, Interest, Property, Claim, and Demand of such Mortgagor or Party, and of every Person or Persons in trust for him or her in the said Premises, shall vest in the said Commissioners and their Successors, and they shall be deemed to be in the actual Possession thereof to all Intents and Purposes whatsoever.
XXXI. And be it enacted, That the Powers and Authorities Powers given by this Act given to the said Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital to Commisand their Successors for the Purchase of the Houses, Buildings, sioners to apply Lands, Tenements, and Hereditaments mentioned and comprised already made, in the said Schedule to this Act annexed shall apply as well to any &c. Purchases already made or agreed to be made as to such as shall hereafter be made under the Provisions of this Act.
XXXII. And be it enacted, That it shall be lawful for the said Power to arch Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital and their Successors, and over Drains, they are hereby authorized and empowered, in forming the said &c. Street, and making the Alterations and Improvements, to cause to be arched over or filled up any Sewer or Drain, or Part or Parts thereof, which shall lie and be in or near the said Street, so as that no public Sewer or Drain whatsoever, or any private Drain, shall be in anywise disturbed, injured, or prejudiced, without another Drain or Sewer being made in lieu thereof equally serviceable and convenient to the Individual or Neighbourhood: Provided always, that at the Time of filling up any Sewer or Drain, or Part thereof, the said Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital, or their Successors, shall cause to be made and built other
good and sufficient Sewers and Drains of the same or greater Size or Capacity, and upon the same or lower Levels than the Sewers or Drains which shall be filled up: Provided also, that if at any Time the said Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital shall alter or remove any Sewer, Drain, Bank, or other Work at present within the Jurisdiction of the Commissioners of Sewers for the Limits extending from the Head of the River Ravensbourne to Lombards Wall in the County of Kent, and to build any other in lieu thereof, such Alteration, Removal, or rebuilding shall be done under the Superintendence and to the Satisfaction of the said Commissioners of Sewers or their Surveyor for the Time being,
Power to stop up certain
After Formation of new
Street, same to
be a public Highway.
Roads and Ways
at the Cost, nevertheless, of the said Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital.
XXXIII. And be it enacted, That it shall be lawful for the said Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital and their Successors to take and stop up the several Roads or Ways called or known respec tively as "Friar's Road," situate in the Parish of Greenwich in the County of Kent, commencing on the North Side of a certain Road or Highway called "Romney Road," and proceeding Northwards to a certain Place called "the Ship Dock," and which said Road or Way so proposed to be taken and stopped up is in Length Five hundred and seventy-one Feet or thereabouts, and in Breadth Forty Feet or thereabouts; also another Road or Way commencing on the East Side of King William Street in Greenwich aforesaid, and proceeding thence Eastward up to the West Side of Friar's Road aforesaid, and which said lastly-described Road or Way is in Length Three hundred and twenty-nine Feet or thereabouts, and in Breadth Forty-five Feet or thereabouts; and also Part of another Road, Highway, or Place called "the Ship Dock," in the Parish of Greenwich aforesaid, commencing at the North End of the said Road or Highway called "Friar's Road," and proceeding Northwards One hundred and six Feet, and being in Breadth at the South End thereof Ninety-three Feet or thereabouts, and at the North End thereof Sixty-three Feet or thereabouts; also so much of another Road or Highway called "Stable Yard Street" as lies between the East Side of King William Street and the West Side of the said Street or Highway called "the Ship Dock," and which said last-mentioned Street is in Length Two hundred and fifty Feet or thereabouts, and in Breadth at the West End thereof Twenty-seven Feet or thereabouts, and at the East End thereof Twenty-four Feet or thereabouts; and also a Court or Passage called or known as "Whitehorse Alley," commencing on the North Side of Stable Yard Street, and ending on the South Side of Fisher Lane, and which said Court or Passage is in Length One hundred and twenty-four Feet or thereabouts, and in Breadth Five Feet Six Inches or thereabouts; all which said Roads, Ways, Street, and Passage are in the said Parish of Greenwich in the County of Kent; and the said Roads, Ways, Street, and Passage shall henceforth for ever hereafter cease to be Ways, Street, or Passage, and the Soil and Freehold thereof shall be henceforth vested in the said Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital and their Successors, freed and discharged from all private Right of passing and repassing along the same.
XXXIV. Provided always, and be it enacted, That after the said Fisher Lane shall be formed and completed to an average Width of Fifty Feet, such new Street shall be and thenceforth for ever thereafter shall continue and remain a public Highway to all Intents and Purposes, and be subject to the like Restrictions, Provisions, Powers, Liberties, Privileges, Matters, and Things, both parliamentary and parochial, as any other of the existing Highways within the Parish of Greenwich, not being Turnpike Road, is or are now subject.
XXXV. And be it enacted, That it shall not be lawful for the not to be stopped Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital to stop up the Roads and
Ways herein-before described until after the said Commissioners up till Fisher shall have caused the said Street or Lane called "Fisher Lane" to Lane widened. be widened in the Manner by this Act provided.
XXXVI. And be it enacted, That the public Passage at present Passage be existing and covered over between the Waterway of the Ship Dock tween Ship Dock and Ship and the Eastern Wall of the present House called the Ship Tavern, Tavern to be being of the Width of about Five Feet Ten Inches, shall, before the said Roads and Ways are stopped up, be thrown open, so far as the said Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital have Power over the same.
for 21 Years
the said Act.
XXXVII. And whereas by an Act passed in the Tenth Year Power of Comof the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth, inti- missioners to tuled An Act for the better Management of the Affairs of lease Mines, &c. 'Greenwich Hospital, the Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital authorized by and their Successors are authorized from Time to Time and at 10 G. 4. c. 25. 'all Times thereafter, in such Manner as they shall deem expe- extended to dient, with the Approval and Consent of the Lord High Admiral leasing them or the Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord High for 42 Years, Admiral for the Time being, to grant, demise, and lease all and subject to the every or any of the Mines of Lead, Ironstone, and Coal, and other Minerals and Quarries within, under, and upon any of the 'Lands or Estates for the Time being vested in or belonging to 'the Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital and their Successors, and also any Part or Parts of the said Lands and Hereditaments which may be thought expedient or proper to be let therewith for the better or more effectually working the same, unto any Person or Persons for any Term or Number of Years not exceeding Twenty-one Years, and subject to the Restrictions and Provisions in the said Act in that Behalf mentioned: And whereas it is expedient that the said Commissioners should, with such Approval and Consent as aforesaid, have Power to grant such Leases for any Term not exceeding Forty-two Years;' be enacted, That it shall be lawful for the said Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital and their Successors, with the Approval and Consent of the Lord High Admiral or Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord High Admiral for the Time being, to grant, demise, and lease for the Term of Forty-two Years all Mines, Minerals, and Quarries, and Lands and Hereditaments expedient or proper to be let therewith, as by the said Act of the Tenth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth the said Commissioners and their Successors are authorized to grant, demise, and lease for the Term of Twenty-one Years, but subject nevertheless to the Restrictions and Provisions in the said Act in that Behalf contained.
XXXVIII. And be it enacted, That this Act shall be deemed Public Act. and taken to be a Public Act, and shall be judicially taken notice of as such by all Judges, Justices, and others.
An Act for raising the Sum of Nine millions three hundred
CA P. XXIV.
An Act to indemnify such Persons in the United Kingdom
[30th June 1845.] [This Act is the same, except as to Dates, as 7 & 8 Vict. c. 10.]
CA P. XXV.
An Act to amend Two Acts passed in Ireland for the better Education of Persons professing the Roman Catholic Religion, and for the better Government of the College established at Maynooth for the Education of such Persons, and also an Act passed in the Parliament of the United Kingdom for amending the said Two Acts.
[30th June 1845.]
WHEREAS by an Act passed in the Parliament of Ireland
in the Thirty-fifth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty
King George the Third, intituled An Act for the better Educa- 35 G. 3. (I.)
tion of Persons professing the Popish or Roman Catholic Religion,
it was amongst other things enacted, that the Lord Chancellor or