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the Sum of Two thuosand two hundred and fifty
Pounds, may be paid out of any Monies belonging
to the said Trustees, instead of being payable ex-
clusively out of the Tolls charged with the said

Debt.
(2.) The said Sum of Two thousand two hundred and fifty

Pounds in manner aforesaid shall be in full Satisfac-
tion of the Debt of Fourteen thousand Pounds
mentioned in the said Schedule, and Interest, and on
the Completion of such Fifteen yearly Payments as
aforesaid the said Debt of Fourteen thousand Pounds

and all Interest thereon shall be extinguished.
(3.) From and after the Twentieth Day of August One

thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, the Tolls
leviable in pursuance of “ The Holyhead Road Act,
1826," in respect of the Portion of Road therein
described as the new Line of Road commencing at
Barnet and extending from thence to South Mims,
shall be reduced One Half, and shall cease altogether
at the Expiration of Fifteen Years from the said
Twentieth Day of August One thousand eight

hundred and sixty-one.
(4.) From and after the said Twentieth Day of August One

thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, the Thirtieth
and Thirty-fourth Sections of “ The Holyhead Road
Act, 1826,” shall be repealed, and the reduced Tolls
leviable in respect of the said new Line of Road in
pursuance of this Act may be applied for the general
Purposes of the Trust: Subject to above Reduction
of Amount, and to the Repeal of the said Sections,
all the Provisions of “The Holyhead Road Act,
1826," shall apply to the Tolls leviable in respect of
the said new Line of Road, in the same Manner as if

this Act had not passed.
(5.) From and after the said Twentieth Day of August One

thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, the Tolls
leviable in pursuance of “The Holyhead Road Act, 7 G. 4. c. 76.
1826," in respect of the Portion of Road therein s. 40.
described as the new Road, commencing at or near
the Pea Hen Inn, shall be reduced to the Amount
authorized by the Ninety-second Section of “ The
Holyhead Road Act, 1823,” except as to so much
of such Tolls as were repealed by Section Thirty-
nine of “ The Holyhead Road Act, 1826," and shall
cease altogether at the Expiration of Fifteen Years
from the said Twentieth Day of August One thousand

eight hundred and sixty-one.
(6.) From and after the said Twentieth Day of August One

thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, the Fortieth
and Forty-first Sections of “The Holyhead Road
Act, 1826," shall be repealed.

Liquidation of
Debts.

is to say,

HIGHGATE ARCHWAY COMPANY. 3. The following Provisions shall be made with respect to the Liquidation of the Debt due to the Commissioners from the Highgate Archway Company, acting under the Local Acts of the Fiftieth George Third, Chapter Eighty-eight, and Fiftysecond George Third, Chapter One hundred and forty-six; that (1.) The Highgate Archway Company shall pay to the

Commissioners the Súm of Nine thousand Pounds by

annual Instalments.
(2.) The Payment of the said Instalments shall extend over

a Period of Fifteen Years, and shall be of the follow-
ing Amounts ; that is to say,
Four hundred Pounds for each of the First Five

Years;
Six hundred Pounds for each of the Second Five

Years ;

Eight hundred Pounds for each of the Third Five

Years:

The said Instalments shall be paid on the Thirtieth Day of April in every Year, and the first Payment thereof shall be made on the Thirtieth Day of April

One thousand eight hundred and sixty-two. (3.) The said Sum of Nine thousand Pounds shall be paid

by such Instalments as aforesaid, out of any Monies

for the Time being belonging to the Company. (4.) The said Sum of Nine thousand Pounds shall be in

full Satisfaction of the Debt of Thirteen thousand Pounds in the said Schedule mentioned, and Interest thereon, and on Completion of such Payments as aforesaid the said Debt of Thirteen thousand Pounds,

and all Interest thereon, shall be extinguished. (5) From and after the passing of this Act the Toll Collector

shall give to every Person who has paid a Toll at any Gate within the Limits of the Highgate Archway Company's Act in respect of any Horse or Beast, or any Description of Carriage, a Ticket denoting Payment of such Toll, and such Person shall on Production of the said Ticket, or on Proof that he has paid the Toll without being offered a Ticket, be free from paying any Toll in respect of the same Horse, Beast, or Carriage repassing once on the same Day through such Gate; and the Toll Collector shall give to every Foot Passenger who has paid a Toll for passing any Gate within the Limits of the said Acts a Ticket as aforesaid, and such Person shall on Production of the said Ticket, or on Proof that he has paid the Toll without being offered a Ticket, be free from paying any Toll on repassing once on the same Day through such Gate.

(6.) At (6.) At the Expiration of a Term of Fifteen Years, com

mencing with the Thirtieth Day of April One thou-
sand eight hundred and sixty-one, all Tolls leviable
by the said Company shall cease, and all Powers of

levying the same be determined.
(7.) At the Expiration of such Term as aforesaid all the

Road now existing within the Limits of the said Com-
pany's Acts shall continue to be a public Highway,
and shall be repairable by the respective Parishes in

which the same is situate, and shall be free from Toll. (8.) At the Expiration of such Term as aforesaid all Toll

Gates on the said Road shall be taken down, and the
Materials thereof sold, and the Proceeds of such Sale
be applied by the said Company in such Manner as

they think fit.
(9.) The Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, and Seventeenth

Sections of “The Holyhead Road Act, 1828,” shall

be repealed. HOCKLIFFE AND STRATFORD TRUST. 4. The following Provisions shall be made with respect to Provisions as the Hockliffe and Stratford Trust, constituted by the to Hockliffe

and Stratford Local Act of the Eleventh George Fourth, Chapter Trust.

Eighty-three; that is to say,
(1.) From and after the Thirty-first Day of December One

thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, the Sum of
Thirteen thousand one hundred and fifty Pounds
Twelve Shillings and Sixpence, due to the Commis-
sioners from the Trustees of the Hockliffe and
Stratford Trust, as in the said Schedule mentioned,

and all Interest due thereon, shall be extinguished.
(2.) From and after the Thirty-first Day of December One

thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, the Fourth
Section of the Act passed in the Session of the First
and Second Years of King George the Fourth, Chapter
Thirty, intituled An Act for improving the Roads
between London and Holyhead, by Coventry, Birming-
ham, and Shrewsbury, so far as the same relates to
the Hockliffe and Stratford Trust, but not further,
and the Twentieth and Twenty-first Sections of
“ The Holyhead Road Act, 1828," and the Twentieth
and Twenty-first Sections of “ The Holyhead Road
Act, 1836," shall be repealed, and the additional
Tolls authorized to be levied or continued by the

said Sections or any of them shall thereupon cease.
(3.) On or before the Thirty-first Day of January One

thousand eight hundred and sixty-two, the Trustees
of the Hockliffe and Stratford Trust shall pay to the
Commissioners the Amount of additional folls re-
ceived up to the said Thirty-first Day of December
One thousand eight hundred and sixty-one.

Provisions as to
Shiffnal Dis-
trict of Watling
Street Road
Trust.

SHIFFNAL DISTRICT OF THE WATLING

STREET ROAD TRUST. 5. The following Provisions shall be made with respect to the Liquidation of the Debt due to the Commissioners from the Trustees of the Shiffnal District of the Watling Street Road Trust, acting under the Local Act of the Sixth George the Fourth, Chapter One hundred and sixty-one; that is to say, (1.) The Trustees of the Shiffral District of the Watling

Street Road Trust, herein-after called the Shiffnal District Trust, shall pay to the Commissioners the Sum of One hundred and twenty Pounds a Year for the Space of Fifteen Years on the Thirty-first Day of December in every Year, the first of such Payments to be made on the Thirty-first Day of December One thousand eight hundred and sixty-one. The said yearly Sums of One hundred and twenty Pounds, making in the whole the Sum of One thousand eight hundred Pounds, may be paid out of any Monies belonging to the said Trustees, instead of being payable exclusively out of the Tolls charged

with the said Debt. (2.) The said Sum of One thousand eight hundred Pounds in

manner aforesaid shall be in full Satisfaction of the Debt of Five thousand five hundred Pounds in the said Schedule mentioned, and Interest thereon; and on the Completion of such Fifteen yearly Payments as aforesaid the said Debt of Five thousand five hundred Pounds, and all Interest thereon, shall be extin

guished. (3.) From and after the Thirty-first Day of December One

thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, the Thirtyfirst, Thirty-second, and Thirty-third Sections of “ The Holyhead Road Act, 1828,” shall be repealed, and the additional Tolls leviable by the Trustees of the said Shiffnal District Trust, in pursuance of the sad Thirty-first Section, shall cease.

Provisions as to Dunstable Road Trust.

DUNSTABLE ROAD TRUST. 6. The following Provisions shall be made with respect to the Dunstable Road Trust constituted by the Local Act of the First and Second George the Fourth, Chapter One hundred and seven; that is to say, (1.) From and after the Twentieth Day of August One thou

sand eight hundred and sixty-one, the Sum of Four thousand four hundred and thirty-six Pounds Seven Shillings, in the said Schedule mentioned to be due to the Commissioners from the Trustees of the Dunstable Road Trust, and all Interest due thereon, shall be extinguished.

(2.) From (2.) From and after the Twentieth Day of August One

thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, the Twelfth,
Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Sections of
The Holyhead Road Act, 1836,” and the Thirteenth
and Fourteenth Sections of “The Holyhead Road
Aet, 1840,” shall be repealed, and all Tolls leviable
in pursuance of the said Sections shall thereupon

cease.

(3.) Within One Month after the said Twentieth Day of

August One thousand eight hundred and sixty-one,
the Trustees of the Dunstable Trust shall sell the
Fly's Wash Toll Gate, with its Appurtenances, and
all Land belonging thereto, and shall pay the Pro-
ceeds of such Sale to the Commissioners, as well as
the Tolls received at such Toll Gate up to the said
Twentieth Day of August One thousand eight hundred
and sixty-one.

PUDDLE HILL ROAD TRUST. 7. The following Provisions shall be made with respect to Provisions as the Puddle Hill Road Trust constituted by the Local Act of to Puddle Hill the Fifty-fourth George the Third, Chapter One hundred and Road Trust. twenty-one; that is to say, (1.) From and after the Date of the passing of this Act,

the Sum of Seven thousand seven hundred and
twenty-nine Pounds and Threepence, in the said
Schedule mentioned to be due to the Commissioners
from the Trustees of the Puddle Hill Road Trust, and

all Interest due thereon, shall be extinguished.
(2.) From and after the Date of the passing of this Act, the

Seventeenth and Eighteenth Sections of “The Holy

head Road Act, 1836,” shall be repealed.
(3.) The Trustees of the Puddle Hill Road Trust shall, at

least One Week previously to the Date at which the
Local Act regulating such Trust (Fifty-fourth George
the Third, Chapter One hundred and twenty-one,)
will cease, sell the Toll House, Gate, Land, Cottage,
and other Property of the Trust, and pay the Pro-
ceeds of such Sale, together with any Balance of
Monies that may be in their Hands, to the Commis-

sioners.
STRATFORD AND DUNCHURCH ROAD TRUST.

8. The following Provisions shall be made with respect to Liquidation of the Liquidation of the Debt due to the Commissioners from Debt on Stratthe Trustees of the Stratford and Dunchurch Road Trust acting church Road under the Local Act of the Third George the Fourth, Chapter Trust. Ninety-one; that is to say, (1.) The Trustees of the Stratford and Dunchurch Road

Trust shall pay to the Commissioners the Sum of Six
hundred Pounds a Year for the Space of Fifteen

Years

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