Road from Broil Park to Battle Act 1821

Publication Date:January 01, 1821
 
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Road from Broil Park to Battle Act 1821

(1 & 2 Geo. 4) c. xxvii

An Act for more effectually making, repairing, and improving the Road from near the Place where the Broil Park Gate formerly stood to the Horsebridge Turnpike Road on the Dicker, and from the Blacksmith's Shop in Horsebridge Street to the Town of Battle, in the County of Sussex

[19 April 1821]

ANN0 PRIM0 & SECUND0 GEmt REGIS. Cap. xxvii. An Act for more effectually making, repairing, and improving the .Road from near the Place where the Broil Park Gate formerly stood to the Horsebridge Turnpike Road on the Dick@, and from the Blacksmith's Shop in Horsebridge Street to the Town of Battle, in the County of Sussex. [19th April 1821.1 HEREAS an Act was passed in the Sixth Year of the Reign W large the Term and Powm of an Act made in the Twenty-jJb Year of King George the Second, for repairing the Road leadivg from the North End of Malling Street, near the Town of Lewes, and other Roads in the County of Sussex, and for amending the Roud from the Broil Park Gats to the West End of the Turnpike Road leading from the Turnpike Road on Hurst Green, through the Parishes of Etchingham and Burwash, and from the said Broil Park Gate to the Town ofBattel1, in the said County: And whereas another Act was passed in the Thirteenth Year of the Reign of His said late Majesty King George the Third, intituled An 136.3.c.89. Act to enlarge the Powers of Two Acts, made in the Twenty-jfth Year of King George the Second and Sixth Year of King George the Third, for repairing i he Reads from the North End of Malling Street, near the Town of Lewes, and other Roads in the County of Sussex, and for amending tbe Road from the Broil Park Gate to the West End of the Turnpike Road leading His late Majesty King George the Third, intituled An Act to en- 6 G. 3. a. 65. [Local. 1 IO L from 870 1" & 2' GEOKGII IV. Cap. xxvii. from the `Turnpike Road on Hurst Green, through the Parishes $Etching- ham and Burwash, and from the said Broil Park Gate to the T~wn of Battell, in the said County, so far aj re.elates to the Road from the Broil l'ark Gate to the West End of the Turnpike Road leading from the Turnpike Road on Hurst Green, through the Parishes of Etchingham and Burwash afire- said : And whereas another Act was passed in the T hirty-ninth Year of 39 0.3. c.31. the Reign of His said late Majesty King George the Third, intituled An Act for continuing for Twenty-one Tears, and from thence to the End oftbe then next Session of Parliament, the Term, and altering and enlurging the Powers, ofseveral Acts for repairing the Road from the North End of Mal- ling Street, near the Towti 4 Lewes, and certain other Roads, in the County ofSussex : And whereas the Trustees appointed in and by virtue of the said recited Acts have repaired and improved the Road herein-after described, and have, for that Purpose, in pursuance of the Powers to them thereby given, borrowed considerable Sums of Money on the Credit of the Tolls thereby granted, which Sums of Money remain undischarged and cannot be paid off, nor can the said Road be effectually amended, improved, and maintained in repair, unless further Powers and Authorities be granted for amending, improving, and maintaining the same, and for altering, increasing, and regulating the Tolls payable an the said Road: And whereas it is expedient that so much only of the Roads described in the said recited Act of the Sixth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, as extends from the Point where the Two Roads leading towards Battle and towards Burwash divide, being about Two hundred Yards, to the Northward of the Place where the said Broil Park Gate formerly stood, to and through Laughton Lane to the Horse- bridge Turnpike Road on the Dicier, and from thence by the Black- smith's Shop up Horsebridge Street, to and through Gardiner's Street, Boreham Street, Standard Hill, NinjeeId Green, and Catsfield Green, to the said Town of Battle, should be repaired, maintained, and supported under the present Act: May it therefore please Your Majesty that it may be enacted; and be it enacted by the King'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 Foriner Acts the Authority of the same, That from and after the First Day of repealed. June One thousand eight hundred and twenty-one, the said recited Acts of the Sixth, Thirteenth, and Thirty-ninth Years of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, shall be and the same are hereby declared to be repealed, as to so much of the Roads therein com- prised and described in the said recited Act of the Sixth Year of the Reign of His said late Majesty King George the Third, to lead from the Broil Park Gate to and through Laughton Lane to the Horsebridge Turnpike Road on theDicRer, and from thence by the Blacksmith's Shop UP Horsebridge Street, to and through Gardiner's Street, Boreham Street, Standard Hill, Ninzeeld Green, and Catgeld Green, to the said Town of Battle, and instead thereof this AQ shall from thenceforth commence and take Effect, and be put in Execution for and during the Term herein- after mentioned, for the Purpose of more effectually amending, widening, altering, straitsning, improving, and keeping in Repair so much of the said Road as extends from the Point where the Two Roads leading towards Battle and Burwad divide, being about Two hundred Yards, to the Northward of the Place where the said Broil Park Gate formerly stood, to and through Laughton Lane to the Horsebridge Turnpike Road on the Dicker, I" & 2" GEORGII IV. Cap.nvii. 871 Dicker, and from the Blacksmith's Shop in Horsebridge &rest to and through Gardiner's Street, Boreham Street, Standard Hill, Winfield Green, and Catyfeeld Green, to the Town of Battle aforesaid, and which said Road intended to be hereby repaired, passes out of, through, OF into the several Parishes of Ringnier, Laughton, Chiddingly, Hellingly, Hajfsham, Herstmonceux, Wartling, Ninjield, CatsJiEld, and Battle, all in the said County of Sussex. 11. And be it further enacted, That the Tolls and Duties by this Act New Term, granted and imposed for the keeping and maintaining the Road hereby andToll8 directed to be kept and maintained, shall, for and during the Term of this liable former to Act, be charged with and made subject to the Payment of all Monies here- Debts. tofore borrowed for the making and maintaining such Road, and now due and owing upon the Credit or on Account of the said recited Acts, or secured upon or made payable OUE of such Tolls and Duties respectively, and of all Interest due and to grow due thereon, as fully and effectually to all Intents and Purposes as if such Monies had been borrowed and become due on the Credit of this Act, or of the Tolls hereby authorized fo be collected ; and that all and every Person and Persons owing any Sum or Sums of Money to the Trustees for executing the said recited Acts, which in anywise concern the said Road, shall be liable to the Pay- ment thereof to the Trustees for executing this Act, and all Bonds, Covenants, Agreements, Contracts, and Securities, duly entered into by any Person or Persons to or with the Trustees for executing the said recited Acts or any of them for or concerning the said Road, shall remain in full Force and Effect, and be and continue available in all Courts of Law and Equity, until the same are fully satisfied and performed, on Account and for the Benefit of the Road under this Act, and all Contracts or Agreements duly made or entered into by the Trustees for executing the said recited Acts or any of them respectively, to or with any Person or Persons, so far as respects the said Road, shall remain in full Force and Effect, and be observed and kept by the Trustees under this Act, according to the Terms or Stipulations thereof respectively, notwithstanding the Repeal of the said recited Acts. Peace acting in and for the County of Sussex, together with the Right Honourable Bertram Lord Viscount St. dsaph, the Honourable Percy Ash- burnham, the Honourable Charles A.rhburnham, Thomas Arkcoll, William Ailfree, Isaac Arkcoll, the Reverend Thomas Birch Doctor of Civil Law, Francis Pbilip Bedingfeld, Benjamin Blackman the elder, Benjamin Black- man the younger, John Blackniun, Blackman, the Reverend Henry Bishop, Harry Barton, Thomas Barton, James Bellingham, Edward Jeremiah Curteis, Herbert Barreit Curteis, the Reverend Whitfeld Carteis, the Reverend Benjamin Cole, Thomas Calverly, the Reverend Richard Con- Jtable, the Reverend John Constable, Thomas Cosham the elder, Thorns Coshnm the younger, John Collins, the Reverend William Delves, John Darby, William Henry Darby, Thomas Day, Charles Deudney, Henry Dor~et, James Evergeld, John FuIier, the Reverend Thomas Fuller, John Thorn Fuller, the Reverend Tbomas Ferris, John Farncomb, the Reverend Robert Hme, the Reverend John Burrell Hayley, John Hilder, Francis Hollands, Thomas Read Kemp, John King, the Reverend Hemy Rud- stone Langdale, Charles Laurence, Thomas Lansdeli, Edward Milwards Eardry ' 111. And be it further enacted,That all His Majesty's Justices of the Trustees. 872 1" & 2" GEORGII IV. Cap. xxvii. Eardly Wilniot Michell, Joseph Morris, Matthew Martin, William Mar- chant, John Cressett Pehm, the Reverend John Praft, Joseph Pennington, Williunj Pennington, John PursgZove (Cowden), Samuel Payne, John Pinion, Natbaniel Rickman, David Rickman, William LUCCS ShadweZl, Richard King Sampson, Edward Scrase, William Scrase, John Scrase, Jobn Scrase the younger, John Smith, Thomas Studwell Sampson, Richard Sbarpe, the Reverend William Trivet;, William Thorpe, Sir Godfrey JVeb- ster Baronet, George Wagner, Robert Watts, James Wenham, Woodham, and their Successors: to be elected in Manner herein-after men- tiooed, shall be and are hereby appointed Trustees for amending, widening, altering, straightening, improving, and keeping in...

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