Education Department Provisional Order Confirmation (No.1) Act 1874

Publication Date:January 01, 1874


Education Department Provisional Order Confirmation (No.1) Act 1874

(37 & 38 Vict.) c. clxxxiv

An Act to confirm a Provisional Order made by the Education Department under "The Elementary Education Act, 1870," to enable the School Board for London to put in force "The Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845," and the Acts amending the same.

[7th August 1874]

[37 & 38 Vict.] The Education Department [Ch. clxxxiv.] Provisional Order Confirmation Act (No. 1), 1874. CHAPTER clxxxiv. An Act to confirm a Provisional Order made by the Education AD. 1874. Department under " The Elementary Education Act, 1870," to enable the School Board for London to put in force " The Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845," and the Acts amending the same. [7th August 1874] TTTHEKEAS the Lords of the Committee of the Privy Council on Education have made a Provisional Order under the authority of the Elementary Education Act, 1870, on behalf of the School Board for London, and it is requisite that the same should bo confirmed by Parliament: Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows : The following Order shall be and is hereby confirmed, and Confirmation from and after the passing of this Act shall have full validity and 0rder-force. This Act may be cited as the Education Department Pro- Short title. visional Order Confirmation Act (No. 1), 1874. [Local.-184.~\ A 3. [Ch. clxxxiv.] The Education Department [37 & 38 Vict.] Provisional Order Confirmation Act (No. 1), 1874. THE SGHOOL BOARD FOR LONDON. Provisional Order for putting m force the Lands Glauses Consolidation Act, 1845. At the Council Chamber, the 4th day of June 1874. WHEREAS the School Board for London require to purchase divers pieces of land for the purposes of the Elementary Education Act, 1870, and, not having been able to purchase the same by agreement, require to put in force the provisions of the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, and the Acts amending the same, which apply to the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement : And whereas the lands so required to be purchased are set forth in the schedule hereunder written : And whereas the said Board have made due publication of the notices, and have duly served the same according to the requirements of the Elementary Education Act, 1870, and have presented a petition to the Education Department, praying that an Order may be made authorising the said School Board to put in force the powers of the said Acts with respect to the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement, in which petition were stated all the matters required by the said Elementary Education Act to be stated therein, and the same hath been supported by such evidence as the said Education Department required: And whereas the said Department, having considered the said petition and the proofs of the publication and service of the proper notices, have thought fit to proceed with the case, and have caused inquiry to be made in the district of the said Board wherein the said lands are situate as to the propriety of the proposed Order : Now, therefore, the said Department, having received a report after such inquiry, and having duly considered the same, do hereby declare that it is proper, and do hereby order accordingly, that the said Board be authorised to put in force, with reference to the pieces of land set forth in the schedule hereunder written, the powers of the said Acts for the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement, or any of them. Signed this fourth day of June one thousand eight hundred and seventy-four. F. R. Sandpoed, Secretary. B A [37 & 38 Vict.] The Education Department [Oh. clxxxiv.] Provisional Order Confirmation Act (No. 1), 1874. SCHEDULE to the foregoing Order. A.D. 1874. 1. A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Queen's Gardens and Queen Street, in the parish of Kensington, in the county of Middlesex, running in a south-easterly direction from the Brompton Road, and being on the north side of the said Queen Street, and containing nine thousand three hundred and thirty-nine square feet or thereabouts, together with all the messuages, tenements, and buildings now standing and being thereon. The names of the owners, lessee, and occupiers of the said piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows: Owners or reputed Owners. Lessee or reputed Lessee. Occupiers. Lord Kensington, The Earl of Suffolk, The Honourable John Thomas Dutton, John Meares, Thomas Edward Jennings. Andrew Arter Andrew Arter, John Bates, John Winter, Mrs. Caroline Dale, Mrs. Eliza Pearce, Peter Osborn, Mrs. Charlotte Butcher, Mrs. Goodiff, Thomas Eckett, William Perfect, Henry Butcher, George Blore, James O'Connor. 2. A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Portobello Road, in the parish of Kensington, in the county of Middlesex, being on the south-east side of lands in the occupation of the Hammersmith and City Railway, and in the rear of houses facing the said Portobello Road, and containing forty-one thousand two hundred and twenty square feet or thereabouts, together with all the erections and buildings now standing and being thereon. The names of the owner, lessee, and occupiers of the said piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows: Owner or reputed Owneri Lessee or reputed Lessee. Occupiers. Colonel Matthew Chitty Downes St. Quintin. William Boutcher Mr. Wills, William Vincent. 3. A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Charles Street, Drury Lane, in the parish of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, in the county of Middlesex, being on the south-east side of the said Charles Street, and containing five thousand one hundred and thirty-two square feet or thereabouts, together with all the school building, messuages, and buildings now standing and being thereon. The names of the owners, lessees, and occupiers of the said piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows: A2; _ ___ _ 3"_' _ [Ch. clxxxiv.] The Education Department [37 & 38 Vict.] Provisional Order Confirmation Act (No. 1), 1874. Owners or reputed Owners. Lessees or reputed Lessees. Occupiers. Rev. Talbot Baker, Hubert Hutchins, George Henry Gauntlett, Henry Lovett Cameron. Labourers Friends Society, James Millson, Joseph Taylor, William Tart. Matthew Monson Proctor, Mrs. Cowley, Luke Cummefod, Henry Ward, John O'Keefe, John Katin, James Chile, James Monds, William Allen, Mrs. Ellen Perry, John Newton, Mrs. M. Nottiridge, George Rook, Thomas Bell, H. Jenner, Mr. T. J. Edwards, Mr. Howard, Elizabeth Leary, Mrs. Linscott, Priscilla Browning, James Harrison, Mr. James Thomas Belbin. 4. A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Three Cups Mews, Princes Street, in the parish of Saint Andrew, Holborn, in the county of Middlesex, being on the south side of the said street, and containing four thousand three hundred and eighty-seven square feet or thereabouts, together with all the messuages, tenements, and buildings now standing and being thereon. The names of the owners, lessees, and occupiers of the said piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows : Owners or reputed Owners. Lessees or reputed Lessees. Occupiers. Trustees of the Bedford Charity. George Cox, Alfred Wright Surtees, Robert Charles Clipper-ton, and Frederick Henry Cartwright (.executors of the will of Mrs. Bell), John Smale Torr, William Janeway, Charles Fortescue Tagart. Mrs. Eliza Connell, Benjamin James Benwell, Joseph Beard-well, John C. Buer, George Berry, Thomas Newman, William Cresswell. 5. A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Laystall Street, in the parish of St. Andrew, Holborn, in the county of Middlesex, being on the north side of the said street, and containing six thousand four hundred square feet or there- abouts, together with all the messuages, tenements, and buildings now standing and being tliereon. The names of the owners, lessees, and occupiers of the said piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows : Owners or reputed Owners. Lessees or reputed Lessees. Occupiers. Mary Hallings, Mary Tatham, Charles Rudd Tatham, Thomas Parris, Rev. George Alderson, SamuelYounge,Esq., Rev. James Allen Wilson, Charles Maers Wilson, Rev. William Reginald Wilson. John A. Groom, John Randall Vining, Reginald Vining. Samuel Green, Edward John Cox, John Adcock, George Bath, Cornelius Murphy, William Lam-bern, William Hanehin, Joseph Hornblower, Robert Thomas, Thomas Todd, Thomas Such, Mrs. Hayley, Mrs. Butler, John Simmons, George Bixby, James TJtton, James Goodday, James Webb, William Page, William Fisher. 4 [37 & 38 Vict.] The Education Department [Ch. clxxxiv.] Provisional Order Confirmation Act (No. 1), 1874. 6. A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Albion Place, in the parish of A.D. 1874. Clerkenwell, in the county of Middlesex, being on the south side of the said Albion Place, and abutting on the south on lands in the possession of the School Board for London, and containing two thousand one hundred and thirty-four square feet or thereabouts, together with all the messuages, tenements, and buildings now standing and being thereon. The names of the owner, lessees, and occupiers of the said piece or parcel of land and hereditaments are as follows: Owner or reputed Owner. Lessees or reputed Lessees. Occupiers. Stephen Grange Charles Woodward, George Oliver, Lieut.-Colonel William Lar-kins Walker, Richard Ramsden, Farrer Herschell. Robert Barry, James .Robins, William Robert White, James Arnold, George Parrick, William Mitchell, Elizabeth Ann Ivory, Thomas Craft, John Judd, James Bell, R. Fenner and Co. ' 7. A piece or parcel of land situate in or near Strouds Vale, in the parish of Islington, in the county of Middlesex, being between the said Strouds Vale and houses in Argyll Street, and containing thirty-three thousand three...

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