Pendleton Roads (Lancashire) Act 1826

Publication Date:January 01, 1826
Pendleton Roads (Lancashire) Act 1826

(7 Geo. 4) c. cxxxviii

An Act for more effectually repairing and improving several Roads leading to and from the Town of Salford, through Pendleton and other Places therein mentioned, in the County Palatine of Lancaster, and several other Roads therein mentioned; and for making and maintaining certain Diversions or new Lines of Road to communicate therewith.

[26 May 1826]

ANNO SEPTIMO GEORGII IV. REGIS. *****#*******************************#*******#* Cap. cxxxviii. An Act for more effectually repairing and improving several Roads leading to and from the Town of Salford, through Pendleton and other Places therein mentioned, in the County Palatine of Lancaster, and several other Roads therein men tioned ; and for making and maintaining certain Diversions or new Lines of Road to communicate therewith. [2.6th May 1826.] W HERE AS an Act was passed in the Thirty-third Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, intituled An Act for more effectually repairing, widening, 33G.3.C.181. and improving certain Roads leading to and from the Towns 2/* Salford, Warrington, Bolton, and Wigan, and to certain Places called the Broad Oak in Worsley and Duxbury Stocks, and also the Road from a Place called South Sea in Pendlebury to Agecroft Bridge, and from thence through Hilton Lane to Dawson-lane-end, and also from Agecroft Bridge over Ker.sal Moor to Singleton Brook, all in the County Palatine of 'Lancaster; whereby the said Roads were divided into several Districts .':; And whereas the .Trustees, acting under or by virtue p.f .the1 said recited Act, so far as relates to the several Districts or Divisions of the said Roads therein and herein-after mentioned, (that [Local.] 4 4 X is 4038 7GEORGII IV. Cap. cxxxviii. is to say,) the District or Division of the said Roads which comprises the Road extending from the Division of the Townships of Salford and Pendleton in the, said County Palatine of Lancaster, to the Division of the Townships of Pendlebury and Swinton; the District or Division of the said Roads which comprises the Road extending from the said Division of the Townships of Pendlebury and Swinton to Knocket Wall Brook, being the Division between the Townships of Worsley and Little Hulton, and which also comprises the Road extending from the Guide Post in Swinton to a Place called the Broad Oak in Worsley ; the District or Division of the said Roads which comprises the Road extending from the Division of the Townships of Pendleton and Pendlebury, near the House called or known by" the Sign of the Pack Horse at Jrlam's o'th'Height, on the Bolton Road from Manchester to a Place called the Four Stumps on Kersley Moor ; the District or Division of the said Roads which comprises the Road extending from the House mentioned in the said Act to be the House of Thomas Worrall, being the Sign of the Woolsack in ^Pendleton aforesaid, to the Division of the Townships of Lower Jrlam and Cadishead; and the District or Division of the said Road which comprises the Road extending from South Sea in Pendlebury aforesaid to Agecrqft Bridge, and from thence through Hilton Lane to the Bury Road leading from Manchester at Sheep/oof-lane-end, and which also comprises the Road extending from Agecrqft Brook over Kersal Moor to Singleton Brook, have proceeded to put the same Act into Execution ; and a considerable Progress hath been made in repairing, widening, and improving the same several Districts or Divisions of the said Roads, by the said Act directed to be repaired, widened, and improved: And whereas the Trustees appointed in and by virtue of the said Act fqr the said several hereinbefore mentioned Districts or Divisions of the said Roads, have borrowed several large Sums of Money on the Credit of the several Tolls thereby authorized to be taken on the said several Districts or Divisions of the said Roads; which Sums of Money, or the greatest Part thereof, still remain due arid owing on the Credit of the said Tolls, and cannot be paid off, nor can the said several Districts or Divisions of the said Roads be effectually amended, widened, improved, and kept in repair, unless the Term granted and continued by the said Act, so far as the same relates to the said several Districts or Divisions of the said Roads, be further continued; and it would be more convenient if the said Act, so far as the same relates to the said several Districts or Divisions of the sajd Roads, was repealed, and further, better, and more effectual Powers, apd .Provisions, granted instead thereof: And whereas the making and. rjpiah}tah$ing the following Diversions or deviated Lines of Road, from arid out of the said Division or District of the said $pa^j,s,| extending froni jh'e House mentioned; in. the said Act to be the I^bu^e of Xhoims. Worrall, being the Sign of the Woolsack in Pendjeton, aforesajdj to the Division of the * Townships of Lower Trtam arid Cadishead, would, tend greatly to improve the same, and would be. productive of great public Utility;. (that is to, say), a Diversion. o,r deviated Xane of the sarne Road, commencing at or near a certain Plaq& called FaulJmer Bridge, and ending at ox- near a certain other Piace calfed. the"J^ew Hall, both .in the Township, of Barton-upon-Irwett,; a certain other Diversion or deviated Line of the same 1 Road, 7GE0RGII IV. Cfljo.cxxxviii. mm Road, commencing at or near a Dwelling House now in the Ocempav tion of John Br it tain, and ending at or near a certain Place called* Fox Hill, both in the said Township of' Barton~upon-Irwell'?/ a certain Other Diversion or deviated Line of the same Road, commencing at or near a certain House known by the Sign of the Nag's, Head, and ending at or near Irlam Bridge, both in the said Township of Barton-upon-Irwell; and a certain other Diversion or deviated Line of the same Road, commencing at or near a Dwelling House in the Occupar tion of William Hey wood, and ending at ot near a certain Close of Land in the Occupation of Henry Charles Lacey, both in Batton-upon-Irwett aforesaid; all which Diversions ordeviatedLines of Road lead out of and into the present Line of the same Road; but the same cannot be effected without the Aid and Authority of Parliament: And whereas an Act was passed in the Third Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled An Act to amend the general Laws now 3G.4.c 126. in being for regulating Turnpike Roads in that Part qf Great Britain called England: And whereas an Act was passed in the Fourth Year of the Reign of His said present Majesty, intituled An Act to explain 4 G. 4. c. 95. and amend an. Act passed in the Third Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, to amend the general Laws now in being far regulating Turn-pike Roads in that Part of Great Britain called England: And whereas an Act; was passed in the Fifth Year of the Reign of His said present Majesty, intituled An Act to enable Justices of the Peace for Ridings, 5G.4. c. 69. Divisions, or Sokes, to act as Trustees for repairing and maintaining^ Turnpike Roads: May it therefore please 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, and Commons,;,in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That from and after the Eighteenth Recited Act; Day of August One thousand eight hundred and twenty-six the said 33G.3.c,l$4.: recited Act of the Thirty-third Year of the Reign of His late Majesty "n^-J{£ King George the Third, so far as the same relates to the several Districts herein-before mentioned Districts or Divisions of the said Roads j' herein men-(that is to say), the District or Division of the said Roads which tioned, re-comprises the Road extending from the Division of the Townships of pe ' Salford and Pendleton to the Division of the Townships'of Pendlebury. and Swinton; the District or Division of the said Roads which comprises. the Road extending* from the said Division of the Townships of Pendlebury and Swinton to Knoeket Wall Brook^hemg the Division between the Townships of Worsley and Little Hulton, and which alsa comprises the Road extending from the Guide Post in Swinton to* a Place called the Broad Oak in Worsley; the District or Division of the said Roads which comprisesithe Road extending, from the Division of the Townships of Pendleton and Pendlebury, near the House; called or known by the Sign of the Pack Horse at Irlam's o'thxHeight, on the Bolton. Road from Manchester to a Place called the Four Stumps on Kersley Moor; the District or Division of the said Roads which comprises the; Road extending, from the House mentioned in the said? Act to be the House of Thomas Worrallyhmngthe Sign of the Wdoh pack in PendUtm aforesaioV to the Division, of the: Towsnships of £ower Irlam and Cadishead;: and the District or Division, of the saidi Roads which comprises the Road extending, from Souik Sea. in P&& iUbwy aforesaidrto Agecroft- Bridge; and feom thence through-jff*&^ Lane 4040 and this Act to take effect for repairing the Districts of Road herein-after described: Pendletor District: Swinton District : Irlam'j3.o'th Height District: Gilda Brook and'Iflam District: Agecroft District: 7uGEORGII IV. Cap.cxxxviii, Lane to the Bury Road leading from Manchester at Sheepfoot-lane-end, and which also comprises the Road extending from Agecroft Brook over Ker.sal Moor to Singleton Brook, shall be and the same is hereby declared to be repealed, and null and void to-all Intents and Purposes whatsoever ; and this Act shall from thenceforth commence and take effect in lieu and instead of the said recited Act of the Thirty-third Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, so far as relates to the said several herein-before mentioned Districts or Divisions of the said Roads, and shall be put in Execution for and during the Term herein-after mentioned, as well for...

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