A History of Private Bill Legislation, Volume 2

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Butterworths, 1887

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Page 566 - ... it cometh to pass upon the loss or perishing of any ship there followeth not the undoing of any man, but the loss lighteth rather easily upon many than heavily upon few, and rather upon them that adventure not than those that do adventure, •whereby all merchants, especially the younger sort, are allured to venture more willingly and more freely...
Page 188 - taxes and tithe commutation rent-charge (if any), and if the landlord " undertook to bear the cost of the repairs and insurance and the other " expenses (if any) necessary to maintain the hereditament in a state to
Page 524 - ... and that as well for the purpose of avoiding the necessity of repeating such provisions in each of the several Acts relating to such undertakings as for ensuring greater uniformity in the provisions themselves...
Page 92 - After the play, we went into the house, and spoke with Knipp, who went abroad with us by coach to the Neat Houses, in the way to Chelsy; and there, in a box in a tree1, we sat and sang, and talked and eat; my wife out of humour, as she always is, when this woman is by.
Page 566 - ... appointed by the Lord Mayor of the city of London, as men by reason of their experience fittest to understand, and speedily to decide those causes...
Page 371 - Majesty the several rates and duties hereinafter mentioned; and do most humbly beseech 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...
Page 550 - Money shall not be borrowed except for permanent works, (including under this expression any works of which the cost ought in the opinion of the Local Government Board to be spread over a term of years...
Page 188 - ... rates and taxes, and tithe commutation rentcharge (if any), and if the landlord undertook to bear the cost of the repairs, and insurance, and the other expenses (if any) necessary to maintain the premises in a state to command such rent.
Page 17 - They will here meet with ruts, which I actually measured, four feet deep, and floating with mud, only from a wet summer.

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