Road from Ticehurst to Hastings Act 1821

Publication Date:January 01, 1821
 
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Road from Ticehurst to Hastings Act 1821

(1 & 2 Geo. 4) c. xli

An Act for more effectually repairing and improving the Road leading from Flimwell Vent, in the Parish of Ticehurst, in the County of Sussex, to the Town and Port of Hastings, in the said County.

[19th April 1821]

ANNO PRIMO & SECUNDO GEORGII IV. REGIS. Cap. xli. An Act for more effectually repairing and improving the Road leading from Flimwell Vent, in the Parish of Ticehurst, in the County of Sussex, to the Town and Port of Hastings, in the said County. [19th April 1821.] W HEREAS an Act was passed in the Twenty-sixth Year of the Reign of-His late Majesty King George the Second, intituled An Act for repairing and widening the Road leading from 26G.a.c 54. Flimwell Vent, in the Parish of Ticehurst, in the County of Sussex; to the Town and Port of Hastings, in the said County: And whereas an Act was passed in the Nineteenth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, intituled An Act for continuing theTerm and enlarging 19G.3.C.98. the Powers of an Act made in the Twenty-sixth Tear of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Second, for repairing and widening the Road leading from Flimwell Vent, in the Parish of Ticehurst, in the County of Sussex, to the Town and Port of Hastings, in the said County: And whereas an Act was passed in the Forty-first Year of the Reign of His said late Majesty King George the Third, intituled An Act to continue for 41G.3.c.89. Twenty-one Tears, and from thence to the End of the then next Session of Parliament, the Term, and alter and enlarge the Powers of Two Acts passed in the Twenty-sixth Tear of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Second, and in the Nineteenth Tear of the Reign of His present Majesty, for repairing and widening the Road leading from Flimwell Vent, [Local.'] 15 A in 1290 l&2GEORGII IV. Cap.x\L in the Parish of Tjc^urst, in th$ Qmntt of Sussex^. & the Town and Port of Hasting^, in tj e gi$ County r%^nd,*:w.hereas i&gnd' bjr the said Act of the Fortyftrsj Ygar. &£ thjiJReign" of His $0, Jatf ^jes|y King George the Third, after Eeejiting. {ha? -Fajt oj fegj& S0L B^gad* *|lled" Robeytsbridge Clappers, wag, from ifcs-Jgwt ituat^n," subject; afijd Habl^ tQ deep* and dangerous Pipo^s, for whi^K, Reason. ,i& v?as aj^s,o"lut'itylf i^es^ary that the said'Rjaad should bAe tprnfd or .djfyeit^/fj-qm its. .0).u^s]|t fo^..a small Distance of Forty Rods^' r- thereabouts, a"n%thW strong1 ;ma\ substantial Arches of Brick or Stone should be erected and built t'h*ere"o"n^ which could not be done, and the same kept in proper Repair without very great Expence, for which Reason it would be necessary that a new Turnpike Gate should be ere££ed,. a,nd, Tolls $&& fiW'S3!' '/^^ enacted, that it should be lawful for the said Trustees^ dr any Nifte'dr "more of them, to erect such Gate or Turnpike, together with such Arches as aforesaid, on or across the said Road so diverted or turned as aforesaid, with a proper Toll House to the said Gate, and to demand and take thereat the Tolls or Djj|fes|thjreiri mentioned, and whiih Tolland pu|}es sjifuld|be applied ill? making and eompleting the same* only, and to and*fir %o other Use, Intent, or Purpose whatsoever; and the said Trustees, or any Nine or more of them, were thereby empowered to mortgage the Tolls to be collected at the said Clappers Gate as a Security for any Sum or Sums of Money to be borrowed by them, to secure the Re-payment thereof and Interest; as therein mentioned, and which Money so to be borrowed should be applied and disposed of for the Purpose of making the said intended new Road, erecting Arches, Turnpike Gate and Toll House, and completing the same, and to no other Use or Purpp£|; wljajspeyiir : And whereas the Trustees appointed in and by vhiue of the said recited Acts have repaired and irriproYfdf tljej, s,aid4 Roadj-fram;tfliyfeiell} to; Hastings fyizndhlwe'. alsoj dji- erected,..Arches, and* a Gate or Turnpike1 'thereon; and have,,. for, that Ru'Epese,; in\-pursuance. of^t he Powers?'to .JtMerni tJHerebyHgiven/ borrowed considerablegSjUms^ qi\ Mone^y qnj thejpred.it- http://thejpred.it- ttf?thfe^se'y,eraUania|rds/geG.tive Tolls.thereby granted, Wjhjch Sums of 'Money remain undischarged, and cannotbe pai3*|fff-nb cari the said Road be effectually amended, improved, and maintained in Repair, unless further and more extensive Provision he. granted'for- the-amending-, improving? andMnaihtainirlg* tHe'same^ apl mc imposing Tolls-or- Duties for tHat^ Pur-pose, addJ(Mr altering; inqjasing, andi regulating the same:-And whereas trie-Powers; Provisions, and Authorities given by the before-mentioned; Acts are in many respects very insufficient and'inconvenient, and it-is expedientLthat the-same should be altered; amended, and-regulated-, and the Whole-of them reduced-into one A,ctrof'Parliament, andthat'the Residue of l'the before-mentibned-Acts-be wholly repealed-; but the-Purposes-aforesaid canribt be effected'without1 the Aid and * Authority,- of ^'Parliament: May it^ therefore -please Your Majesty that it may be enacted; and- be if enacted by the Ring's- most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and'^Consent of the'Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and- Commons, in 'this present. Parliament FormerActs, assembled} and by the Authority- of'the samey'That from and^after thje repealed. Twenty-ninth-Day of ^September Qhe thousand -'eight hundred and -twenty-; '' one'j the^ saia^recitecl."Acts- of; the Twenty *sixth Year of the;Reig!n of "His said^Majesty-'King-0^orgexthe,Seeond,- and the Nineteenth'and Fdrty-fifsb Years ofie Reign-of Htersaid late Majesty King- George the Third,J shall Demand the same are* hgreby declared -to be -repealed j and lnull 'and void; to- a all mm P & 2 GEORGII IV, Cap.xii. all Intents and Purposes whatsoever; and instead thereof t-hls Act shall from thenceforth eom'mencd and take Effect, arid be' put in Execution fdr and during the Term hereinafter mehtiorie'dj for the PuTridse' of riiore! effectually attiefidirig, widening, altering, st'r#ghteriihg; iriiprovirig, and keeping in Repair the Road from Flimwell Verit, in the Parish1 of TicehtiPst, in the County of Sussex, to the Town arid Port of Hastings, ixt iltii said-County, which said Rdad passes out df frofiij thrbugfrj or into* ffiev several Parishes of Ticehurst, Etchinghafn, SdlehUrst, Mounfield^ WhatlingioW, Battle, HtillingtMj Saint Mary of the Castle, arid Ore, ift tftie' said Cqtih?y:6f Sussex, and All Saints and Saint Clements in the'Tdwn antitFdrl of Hastings, in the said County; arid that theTdlls aridN Dufiesvbyt this Jkci, New Term granted and imposed,- for keeping arid mairitairiirig the' Road'hereby1 dl- vnyT|^f rected to be kept and maintained, shall for arid during theTeVifil of tlfe* ^fer Debts. Act be: charged with and' made subject to the Payriieri't of all.'Moriies heretofore borrowed for the making arid maintaining such1 Rdad, arid ridw' due and owing upon the Credit or on Account of the said rexlie'd 'Acts, or secured upon or made payable out of such Tolls and Duties respectively, and; of all Interest' due'arid' to grow due thetfebri, ris fully arid' effectually to all Intents' arid: Purposes- as- if such'-Monies' had'beefi borrowedrarid becoriie due on the Credit' of thisr AcV or of the Tdlfs hereby atfrJhbl-i'zed* to"'be collected1 respectively;- arid:th-at-all1 arid1 every Felfsbri afrd':Persons' owing any Suni. or* Stints of Mottey1 td the?Tr*ustees! fd'r execifting^fhe £aid recited Acts,- which* iri anywise concern" any of the Trusts under' this* Act-,. shall be liable fd'the- Payment thereof to the Trustees for executing'this Act; and all Bbridsi Covenants--Ag'rfeeniehtsi Cdritfactsi arid Securities' duly entered: into' by any Fersotf or'Persons' td"or with the Trustees' fof* executing the1 said: recited Acts or any df thetri, for or cbricernih'g' any' Matters or Things to which any of the Trusts under this Act are made to extend1, shall; remaiffiinifull Force and'Effect, arid be arid contiriue available in all'Court's- of Law arid Equity;, until the' saifte are1 fully saMsfiedJ arid performed on Accdufit arid for the Beiielit5 of tfi'e Trusts uridfer''this'Act;' and- ait Contracts or Agreementsduly iri'adeMorerite^ed''iritd'by the1 Trustees for executing tjhe^said Acts, or ariy-d'f 1the'tri(fe'spuectively, t'd'dr^with any Person- or Persoffsi shall1 reiriaih1 iri'fulFl&r'efe andJEffect, and'Be' dbSefved1 and! kept- By the Trustees .tinder this' Act' accbi'dingtd' the Terms or Stipulations thereof/ respeistivelyv' nbtwidlsta^ridirig^tiie'Repeal of trie said1 recite#Acts;. IL-And belt furthefi enacted^ That all His Majesty's\fUstices;of the Peace Trustees. acting for the:said County'of Sussex', together' With the Right1 Honourable Bertram Ashburnh'am commbnly called Viscount Saitif Asaph', Sir William' Ashbumham Baronet; the Honourable Percy Ashburnham, the Honourable' Gharles\Ashburnham, William Ashburnham,i\i&Reverend John Asb'btifhtia'm^ Edward Ades, Sir James Bland Burges Baronet, Joseph Bunbury, Cha'r'lei' Montolieu Burges, the Reverend Thomas Birch Doctor of Civil Law, John Bishop,- Francis Philip Bedingfeldi' Wastei Brisco, William Bishop, the Reverend HenryBishop,- the-1 Reverend Thomas Baker, George Courthopfi the'elder, George Gourthopexht youn ger", Edward Jeremiah Curteis, Herbert Barrett' Curteis), the- Reverend W'hitfeld Curteis, the Reverend Godfrey^ Gilbert Cooper, John ^Cruttenden, Samuel Durrant1, William''' Duke 'of Be'xhill; William Duke;of Hastings, the Reverend Williaiti'Delves, Richard^Dabefi-port James E'versfield, Joh'n'Fulier, thb' Reverend Thomas' Fuller, the Reverend Edward Frewen, the' Reverend Thdmas-Ferris, William Gill; Thomas 1292 V & 2 GEORGH IV. Cap.idi. Thomas 'Gorring, the Reverend William Gordon, the Reverend John Burj-ell Hayley, the Reverend Drake Hollingbery, Thomas Wider, the Reverend Charles Hardinge, James Hilder, William Gilmore Harvey, the Reverend Richard Jordan, the Reverend...

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