Longwood and Deanhead Enclosure Act of 1813

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November 1813.—54 Guo. IIL.

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Commif. fioners.

A Juflice of the Peace

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Other No- tices

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‘that purpofe the Perfon or Perfons who fhall be fo diffatisfied with the Determination of the fuid Commiffioners, or of the faid Umpire, thall caufe an Aétion to be upon a feigned Iffue again{t the Perfon or Perfons m whofe favour fuch Determina- tion fhall have been made, within Three calendar months next after fuch Determination of the faid Commiffioners or Umpire; and the Defendant or Defendants in fach A@ion or

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ulways, and be

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For deter- mining Ene croach- ments, &c,

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ne fhall have taken and fubferibed an Oath or Affirmation in the following words ; (that is to fay)

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Allotment to the Lord in lieu of Fre aud other Quit Rents,

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of Fee

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and by the faid recited A& authorized and empowered to

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[ 20 ] fhall be made as aforefaid, would have been fubjc& to or charged, with im cafe this

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fhall be paid in fuch Shares and Proportions, and within fuch time, and ts

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of the Party or Parties lable to pay the fame,

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General Savings

getting, leading and carrying away the Coal, lronftone, Minerals and other Produce thereof, and of makiny Pits, Pit-rooms, Air-pits, Heap-rooms, Stand-yards,

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