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Order Confirmation (London).

A.D. 1877.

THE SCHOOL BOARD FOR LONDON.

Provisional Order for putting in force the Lands Clauses

Consolidation Act, 1845.

At the Council Chamber, the 20th day of April 1877. WHEREAS the School Board for London require to purchase divers pieces of 5 land for the purposes of the Elementary Education Act, 1870, and not having been able to purchase the same by agreement, require to put in force the provisions of the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, and the Acts amending the

same, which apply to the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement:

10 And whereas the lands so required to be purchased are set forth in the schedule hereunder written:

And whereas the said Board have made due publication of the notices, and have duly served the same, according to the requirements of the Elementary Education Act, 1870, and have presented a petition to the Education Depart- 15 ment praying that an Order may be made authorising the said School Board to put in force the powers of the said Acts with respect to the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement, in which petition were stated all the matters required by the said Elementary Education Act to be stated therein, and the same hath been supported by such evidence as the said 20 Education Department required :

And whereas the said Department, having considered the said petition and the proofs of the publication and service of the proper notices, have thought fit to proceed with the case, and have caused inquiry to be made in the district of the said Board wherein the said lands are situate as to the propriety 25 of the proposed Order :

Now, therefore, the said Department, having received a report after such inquiry, and having duly considered the same, do hereby declare that it is proper and do hereby order accordingly that the said Board be authorised to put in force, with reference to the pieces of land set forth in the schedule here- 30 under written, the powers of the said Acts for the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement, or any of them.

Signed this 20th day of April 1877.

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Order Confirmation (London).

A.D. 1877.

The SCHEDULE referred to in the preceding Order.

A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Star Lane, in the parish of Fulham, in the county of Middlesex, abutting north on Star Lane, at a distance

of about 250 feet from the west corner of Norman Lane, and containing thirty5 two thousand six hundred and seventy square feet or thereabouts, together

with all and singular the messuages, tenements, and buildings (if any) now standing and being thereon, with their appurtenances. The names of the owners, lessee, and occupier of the said piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows:

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A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Albion Road East, in the parish of Hammersmith, in the county of Middlesex, bounded on the east by Albion 20 Road East at its junction with Brackenbury Road, on the west and south by

other garden ground, and on the north by a house and gardens in Albion Road East, and containing twenty-one thousand nine hundred and thirty square feet or thereabouts, together with all and singular the messuages, tenements, and

buildings (if any) now standing and being thereon, with their appurtenances. 25 The names of the owners, lessee, and occupier of the said piece or parcel

of land and hereditaments are as follows:

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A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Silver Street, in the parish of Saint Mary Abbott Kensington, in the county of Middlesex, lying between

Silver Street on the east and Newcombe Street on the west, and containing 35 twelve thousand eight hundred and thirty square feet or thercabouts, together

with all and singular the messuages, tenements, and buildings (if any) now standing and being thereon, with their appurtenances. The names of the owners, lessees, and occupiers of the said piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows:-

Order Confirmation (London).

A.D. 1877.

Owners or reputed Owners.

Lessees or reputed Lessees.

Occupiers.

Mary Anne Smeeton, Samuel Edward Strut

Anne Standerwick ton, Stephen Millin,
Heal, Samu B. Stephen Millin, ju-
Merriman, Samuel nior, Richard Burden,
Hindley, William George Rabbeth, Ann
Finch, Charles Alex- French, Simon Wil-
ander McBean.

liam Gowing.

Samuel Edward Strutton, Stephen

Millin, Stephen Millin, junior,
Richard Burden, Ann French,
Charles Vessell, Henry Day, Tho- 5
mas Lomesney, Stephen Oven-
den, John Lannerman, William
Alty, Mrs. Marlow, George Wal-
dock, Miss Brown, Eli Ives,
Henry Winsbury, James Ives, 10
Edward Alty, Charles Turner,
William Nolan, Charles McCar-
thy, William Goodchild, Mr.
Chapman, William Nolan, James
Welsh, Margaret Duggan, Susan 15
Cripps, James Roberts, Mr. Sib-
ley, Lewis Morey, Annie Morey,
Margaret Morey.

A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Beethoven Street, in the parish of Chelsea, detached, in the county of Middlesex, on the south-west side of 20 Beethoven Street, bounded on the south-west in part by a proposed new road to be called Third Avenue, and in part by land facing the said proposed road, and containing thirty-seven thousand five hundred and sixty square feet or thereabouts, together with all and singular the messuages, tenements, and buildings (if any) now standing and being thereon, with their appurtenances. 25 The names of the owners of the said piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows :

Owners or reputed Owners.

30

The United Land

Company (Limited)
(John Ashdown);
The Artizans, La-
bourers, and General
Dwellings Company
(Limited) (William
Swindlehurst).

35

A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Latymer Road, in the parish of Hammersmith, in the county of Middlesex, on the north-east side of Latymer Road, at its junction with Blechynden Street, bounded on the north-west by 40 Blechynden Street, and on the north-east in part by houses in Blechynden Street, and in part by the rear of houses in Manchester Street, and containing twenty-six thousand eight hundred and eighty square feet or thereabouts, together with all and singular the messuages, tenements, and buildings (if any, now standing and being thereon, with their appurtenances. The names

Order Confirmation (London). of the owners, lessees, and occupiers of the said piece or parcel of land and A.D. 1877. hereditaments are as follows:

Owners or reputed Owners.

Lessees or reputed Lessees.

Occupiers.

James Whitchurch, Martha Moore, Joseph Joseph Fowler, Thomas Eades,
5 James Marriott Fowler, Thomas Joseph Rodhouse, Henry Plow-
Whitchurch.
Eades.

man, Lucy Wheeler, William
Tame.

A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Bowman's Place, in the parish of Saint Mary, Islington, in the county of Middlesex, on the north-east side of 10 the said Bowman's Place, opposite the end of Bowman's Road, bounded on the

north-east by Grafton Road, and on the north-west and south-east by houses and premises in Grafton Road and Bowman's Place, and containing sixteen thousand seven hundred square feet or thereabouts, together with all and

singular the messuages, tenements, and buildings (if any) now standing and being 15 thereon, with their appurtenances. The names of the owners, lessees, and

occupiers of the said piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows:-

Owners or reputed Owners.

Lessees or reputed Lessees.

Occupiers.

Robert Harris Valpy, Anna Matilda Flowers, Anna Matilda Flowers, George 20

Jonathan Hopkin- Amelia Bridget Pea- Jobson Brocklesby, William
son, Edwin Bedford ; chey, George Barlow, Giles, Rev. William McCall,
the Ecclesiastical William Barlow, John M.A., Thomas Marshall, Henry
Commissioners for Harvey, Charles Baker, James Warwick, Har.
England.

James Abbott, George riett Rushbrooke, Thomas Har. 25

Jobson Brocklesby, ris, Miss Jenkins, Eliza Irons,
William Giles, Rev. Samuel Irons, Eliza Smith,
William McCall, Eliza Daley, Thomas Spencer,
M.A., John William John Harris, Charles Weight,
Hewitt.

Eliza Goodwin, Charles Cole, 30

Mrs. Lawford, Mr. Worton,
Mrs. Moxford, John Otter,
Ann Otter.

A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Plumstead Road, in the parish of

Plumstead, in the county of Kent, on the south-west side of Plumstead Road, 35 bounded on the north-west by the rear of the gardens of the houses in Orchard

Road, on the south and south-east by other garden ground, and on the northeast by Plumstead Road, and containing twenty-eight thousand one hundred square feet or thereabouts, together with all and singular the messuages, tene

ments, and buildings (if any) now standing and being thereon, with their 40 appurtenances. The names of the owners, lessee, and occupiers of the said

piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows:

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A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Malpas Road, in the parish of St. Paul, Deptford, in the county of Kent, being on the west side of Malpas Road and on the north side of Brockley Road at the junction of those two 10 roads, bounded on the north-west by a private lane, and containing thirteen thousand three hundred and forty square feet or thereabouts, together with all and singular the messuages, tenements, and buildings (if any) now standing and being thereon, with their appurtenances. The names of the owners, lessees, and occupiers of the said piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows:- 15

Owners or reputed Owners.

Lessees or reputed Lessees.

Occupiers.

Parish of Saint Paul, Robert Wallbutton, Wil-
Deptford.

liam H. Jarvis, Alfred
Thomas.

Alfred Thomas, George Smith,

Marshall Bennett, Joseph Frederick Tims.

A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Haggerston Road, in the parish 20 of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, in the county of Middlesex, being on the west side of Haggerston Road, and partly in the rear of the Haggerston Road houses adjoining the Workmen's Club, and containing twenty-five thousand six hundred square feet or thereabouts, together with all and singular the messuages, tenements, and buildings (if any) now standing and being thereon, 25 with their appurtenances. The names of the owners, lessees, and occupiers of the said piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows:

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A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Cranbrook Road, in the parish of Bethnal Green (St. Matthew), in the county of Middlesex, bounded on the 35 north by Cranbrook Street, east and south by Havelock Road, and on the west by Cranbrook Road, and containing fifteen thousand two hundred and fifty square feet or thereabouts, together with all and singular the messuages, tenements, and buildings (if any) now standing and being thereon, with their

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