An act for dividing and inclosing certain open and common fields ... in the parish of Wootton, in the county of Oxford (Google eBook)

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1768
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Page 15 - ... improved yearly rent that can be reasonably had or obtained for the same, without taking any sum or sums of money or other thing by way of fine or income for or in...
Page 7 - ... shall by warrant under his or their hand and seal...
Page 2 - Majefty, by and with the Advice and Confent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this preient Parliament aflembled, and by the Authority of the fame, That...
Page 20 - ... any such Act, shall and he, she, or they is and are hereby required to accept his, her, and their respective allotments within the space of two calendar months next after the execution of the award directed to be made in and by any such Act ; and in case any person or persons shall neglect or refuse to accept of his, her, or their share or allotment within the time before mentioned, such person or persons so neglecting or refusing shall be totally excluded from having or receiving any estate...
Page 8 - ... ifTues, and profits thereof, to have, receive, and take to her and their own ufe and benefit, until thereby or therewith, or otherwife, all arrears of the faid annual rent-charge or yearly fum of , then grown due, or that during fuch...
Page 25 - Cofts which (hall be fo awarded, by Diftrefs and Sale of the Goods and Chattels of the Party or Parties liable to pay the fame, rendering the Overplus (if any) to the Owner or Owners of fuch Goods and Chattels after...
Page 15 - ... or any part or parts thereof, for any term or number of years, at such rents or rent as he should think proper; such sale or sales to be either together or in parcels, by public auction or private...
Page 25 - May 1659, for thefpace of eight days from hence next enfuing, and no longer ; and that in as full, ample, and beneficial manner, to all intents and purpofes as any Lord Chancellor of England, Lord Keeper, or Lords Commiflioners of the Great Seal, may,.
Page 10 - Chelsea at all times hereafter, by warrant under their hands, or under the hands of any three or more of them...
Page 25 - ... shall not be removed or removable by certiorari or any other writ or process whatsoever into any of Her Majesty's courts of record at Westminster or elsewhere...

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