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Tothill Fields Bill Heads
Heads of the Tothill Fields Inclosure Bill - intituted
Heads of a Bill intitled

'A Bill for explaining and amending
an Act made in the 34th year of his
present Majesty intituled "An Act for
"erecting a Penitentiary House or Houses
"for confining and employing Convicts."

§ 1 p. 5
Lot A. 34 Acres clear ]
Portions to be purchased
for the Penitentiary House
shared — Parties to
Parties to be treated with for

Sect. 1. Power to Feoffee appointed by the Treasury
to treat for the purchase of Lot A. in the plan
annexed, containing about 34 Acres clear of Roads &c
out of about 56 Acres of which Tothill Fields consists.
discharged of Common Rights except that of shooting
Rubbish — Dean to treat for the Chapter — Rector of
St John's for himself — Vestry of St Margaret's & St Johns
for themselves and the other Commoners Parishioners

§.2.p.7. Feoffees
to pay purchase-
money into the Bank

Sect. 2 Feoffee to pay purchase - money into the Bank
giving notice to the Parties — Power to Feoffee to take possession of of all Lot A. parties when give have
written notice of their acceptance of the purc money
power therefore to the Feoffee to int. If any one
or when upon the refusal of any of the Parties to accept theof the Parties refuses or lets a month pass without
money or acceptance Value of the interest to be ascertained
by a Jury according to the Act of 7 July 1794 —
Power to If no greater value be found no greater
power to inter immediately after the Verdict; of greater
on of the difference.

§ 2. p.7.
Possession when
to be taken, and
on what conditions.

Sect. 2. Power to Feoffee to set a price upon the Land
in the first instance, by paying the price he values it at
into the Bank — Feoffee thereupon to take possession
the so soon as the Parties have joined in the accepting the
price, or upon the refuse so soon as a Jury (who
to permitted upon a refusal given or silence persevered in for a month by any one of the
parties or are to be impermitted for the purpose) have declared
the offered price sufficient, or upon their setting a higher
price, soon he shall have paid for the difference.

Identifier: | JB/123/236/001
"JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 123.


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Info in main headings field

tothill fields bill heads




heads of a tothill fields inclosure bill


text sheet

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Page Numbering

a1 / f1


jeremy bentham


i taylor


Paper Producer

evan nepean


Paper Produced in Year

Notes public

see note 3 to letter 1392, vol. 6

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