Public General Statutes Passed in Volume 18

Public General Statutes Passed in Volume 18

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...corporation, or widow or kin of such an inhabitant, freeman, or member. (Part X. Freemen.) Freemen. 209_--(1.) Every person who, if the Municipal Corporations Reservation of Act, 1835, had not been passed, would have enjoyed as a freeman, lf:: l'c"h' 'B'l"' z'cY or might thereafter have acquired, in respect of birth or servitude, ' ' as a freeman, the right of voting in a parliamentary election, shall be entitled to enjoy or acquire that right as if that Act or this Act had not been passed. (2.) No stamp duty shall be chargeable on the admission of any person as a freeman in respect of birth or servitude in a parliamentary borough. (_3.) The town clerk shall do all things appertaining by law to the registration of freemen for parliamentary elections. PART XI. gun: of GRANT or CHARTERS. I-.... Poweratrom 210. If on the petition to the Queen of the inhabitant houseCrown in holders of any town or towns or district in England, or of any of i, '"1"'i118h"1'-those inhabitants, praying for the "rant of a. charter of inco ra ier to borough-.. 5... rpo wextendm it tion, Her Majesty, by the advice of Her Privy Council, thinks fit 21;; dF;'01&1::1(; iS-by charter to create such town, towns, or district, or any _p_ai-t pal Corpom thereof specified in the chai ter, with or without any adjoining fions Ami place, a municipal borough, and to incorporate the inhabitants thereof, it shall be lawful for Her Majesty by the charter to extend to that municipal borough and the inhabitants thereof so incorporated the provisions of the Municipal Corporation Acts. Refei-epce to 211.--(1.) Every petition for a charter under this Act shall be gg: '1c"i1l" sf referred a_...show more

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