A treatise on the new method of land surveying, with the improved plan of keeping the field book: designed for the use of schools, and for those who wish to be practitioners of the science

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Printed for Baldwin, Cradock & Joy, 1827 - Surveying - 270 pages
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Page 203 - An Act for consolidating in One Act certain Provisions usually inserted in Acts authorizing the taking of Lands for Undertakings of a public Nature...
Page 205 - ... in the form or to the effect following, that is to say : —
Page 208 - ... the same, by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the person or persons so neglecting or refusing to pay...
Page 221 - Overplus (if any), on Demand, to the Owner or Owners of such Goods and Chattels, after deducting the reasonable Charges of such Distress and Sale...
Page 23 - Multiply the half sum and the three remainders continually together, and the square root of the product will be the area...
Page 221 - Form only, or be removed by Certiorari or any other Writ or Process whatsoever, into any of His Majesty's Courts of Record at Westminster or elsewhere ; any Law or Statute to the contrary thereof in anywise notwithstanding.
Page 209 - ... upon a special case ; and the verdict which shall be given in any such action, or the judgment of the court upon the case subject to which the same may be given, shall be final and binding upon all parties thereto, unless the court wherein such action shall be brought shall set aside such verdict and order a new trial to be had therein, which it shall be lawful for the said court to do, if it shall see fit : provided...
Page 220 - ... judgment and determination of the court at such general or quarter sessions, and to pay such costs as shall be by such court awarded ; and the justices before whom such conviction shall be had are hereby empowered and required to take such...
Page 220 - Conviction taken place within Four Calendar Months next after the Cause of Complaint shall have arisen, or if such Sessions shall be held before the Expiration of One Calendar Month next after such Cause of Complaint, then such Appeal shall be made to the next following Sessions...
Page 210 - BY Virtue of an Act passed in the year

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