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* jesty, in pursuance of the said Act, was graciously pleased to
give, grant, make, ordain, constitute, declare, and appoint, that • Charles Bosanquet Esquire, William Williams Esquire, Robert · Biddulph Esquire, Richard Blanchard Esquire, Robert Downie • Esquire, John Easthope Esquire, Edward Ellice Esquire, James • William Freshfield Esquire, John Fullarton Esquire, John Galt • Esquire, Charles David Gordon Esquire, William Hibbert the
younger, Esquire, John Hodgson Esquire, John Hullett Esquire, • Hart Logan Esquire, Simon M-Gillivray Esquire, James M-Killop • Esquire, John Masterman Esquire, Martin Tucker Smith Esquire, • and Henry Usborne Esquire, together with such and so many • other Person or Persons, Bodies Politic or Corporate, as had • become or should at any Time thereafter become Subscribers • or Shareholders of or for the Capital Stock thereinafter men • tioned, in manner thereinafter provided, and their respective • Successors, Executors, Administrators, and Assigns, and such • other Person or Persons, Bodies Politic or Corporate, as should • from time to time be possessed of or entitled to such Shares
as are thereinafter provided, should be one Body Politic and
Corporate in Deed and in Name, by the Name of The Canada • Company," and by that Name should and might sue and be sued, • implead and be impleaded, in all Courts, whether of Law or • Equity, and should have perpetual Succession, with a Common • Seal, which might by them be changed or varied at their Plea• sure; and by the said Letters Patent Provision was made for • the Government of the said Company: And Whereas the said • Letters Patent are in all respects in pursuance of and in con« formity with the Provisions of the said Act of Parliament; but • adequate Provision was not made for rendering valid and ef•ectual, within the said Province of Upper Canada, the Convey' ances to be made as aforesaid by the said Company of the • Lands to be granted or to be purchased by the said Company,
whereby the Operations of the said Company in settling such
their Lands may be impeded' Be it therefore enacted, and it is hereby 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, Canada Com- and by the Authority of the same, That it shall and may be pany, by
lawful for the said Company, by Warrant of Attorney or written Warrant of
Instrument under their Corporate Seal, to constitute and appoint Attorney,
Two or more Persons, being in Upper Canada, to make and exemay appoint Persons, being cute Conveyances in the Name and on the Behalf of the said in Upper Ca Company, to any Individual or Individuals, of any Part of the nada, to execute Lands to be granted to or purchased or held by the said ComConveyances in pany, in the Manner and subject to the Restrictions in the said the Name of
Act of Parliament contained, and which Conveyances shall be the Company.
made under the Signatures of the said Attornies, and under such Seal as hereinafter mentioned, and according to the Form following, or as near thereto as the Circumstances of the Case will
admit; that is to say, Form of Con
WE, A. B. and C. D., the Attornies of the Canada Company veyance.
incorporated under and by virtue of an Act made and ' passed in the Sixth Year of the Reign of His Majesty King
• George the Fourth, intituled An Act to enable His Majesty to
grant to a Company, to be incorporated by Charter, to be called "" The Canada Company," certain Lands in the Province of • Upper Canada, and to invest the said Company with certain • Powers and Privileges, and for other Purposes relating thereto, • being constituted and appointed such Attornies by virtue and ' in pursuance of an Act passed in the Ninth Year of the Reign
of His Majesty King George the Fourth, intituled (here insert • the Title of this Act], do hereby, in consideration of the Sum
to us as such Attornies as aforesaid paid, grant 6 and release to
and all the Right, Title, 6 and Interest of the said Canada Company to and in the same • and every Part thereof, to have and to hold unto the said « and his Heirs for ever.
(Signed) • A. B.
C. D.' II. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful Company may for the said Company from time to time, as Occasion may require, revoke such and as to them may seem meet, to revoke any such Warrant of Warrants of Attorney or Instrument as aforesaid, and again to make and of Attorney, grant any other Warrant or Warrants of Attorney, Instrument others. or Instruments for the like Purpose, provided that such Warrants of Attorney or Instruments as aforesaid be not addressed to fewer than Two Persons, and be made to take effect only when and so long as the Persons thereby appointed shall actually be within the said Province; and it shall also be lawful for the said Company to appoint and commit to the Custody of such their Attornies for the Time being a Seal, for the Purpose of executing such Conveyance as aforesaid, and such Seal from time to time to break, alter, or renew, as to them may seem meet; and every Conveyance to be made and executed in manner aforesaid, by such Attornies for the Time being as aforesaid of the said Company, shall be valid and effectual in Law to all Intents and Purposes whatsoever. III. And be it further enacted, That Conveyances to be made
Conveyances by the said Company within the United Kingdom, in pursuance not to be of the said Act, of Lands situate in Upper Canada, shall not be subject to subject to any Duty of Stamps; and that the Seal of the said Stamp Duty. Company affixed to any Conveyance, Deed, or Instrument in Seal of the
Company Writing, or to any Memorial or Memorials thereof, for the Purpose of the Registration of the said Conveyance, Deed, or Instru- Deed to be ment in Writing, in the proper Office for registering the same in sufficient Upper Canada, shall of itself be sufficient Evidence of the due Evidence of Execution of such Conveyance, Deed, or Instrument in writing, its Execution. or the Memorial thereof, by the said Company, for all Purposes respecting the said Registration, and no further Evidence or Verification of such Execution, nor any Evidence or Verification of the Signatures of the Directors who shall attest the sealing of such Conveyance, Deed, or Instrument in Writing, or the Memorial thereof, shall be required for the Purpose of such Registry; any Law or Custom now in force in the said Province of Upper Canada notwithstanding.
IV. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful Artificers, &c. for any Artificer, Clerk, Handicraftsman, Mechanic, Gardener, may bind
affixed to any
to serve the
Servant in Husbandry, or other Labourer, not being under the Company
Age of Seventeen Years, by Indenture duly executed, and without for a certain Period.
a Stamp, to contract with the said Canada Company faithfully to serve or to proceed to and faithfully to serve the said Company in the Province of Upper Canada, for any Period not exceeding the full Term of Seven Years, to be computed from the Day of the Date of such Indenture; and it shall be lawful for the said Com
any Part of His Majesty's Dominions, to maintain an Action against any Person or Persons who shall employ, retain, harbour, or conceal any such Artificer, Clerk, Handicraftsman, Mechanic, Gardener, Servant in Husbandry, or other Labourer, with Intent to deprive the said Company, or any Agent of the said Company, of his, her, or their Services, or otherwise with Intent to defraud or injure the said Company or their Agents ; and in case the said Company shall in any such Action recover a Verdict, they shall, in addition to the Damages found by such Verdict, or assessed under the same, recover and have Treble
Costs. Justices may
V. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful impose Fine on to and for any Two or more Justices of the Peace in His Majesty's Ill-behaviour of Dominions to punish by Fine not exceeding Fifty Pounds, or by Artificers, &c.
Imprisonment not exceeding Three Calendar Months, or both, any wilful Violation of such Indentures as aforesaid, by any Illbehaviour of such Artificer, Clerk, Handicraftsman, Mechanic, Gardener, Servant in Husbandry, or other Labourer, in such his or her Service or Employment as aforesaid ; and also to hear and determine all Complaints, Differences, and Disputes, which shall happen and arise between any such Artificer, Clerk, Handicraftsman, Mechanic, Gardener, Servant in Husbandry, or other Labourer, and the said Company, or their Agents, and to make such Order or Award in every such Case as to such Justices shall seem just, and every such Order or Award to enforce by Execution against the Goods, Effects, or other Property of the Party or Parties against whom such Order or Award shall be made, or by Arrest of the Person, and Imprisonment not exceeding Three Calendar Months.
VI. And be it further enacted and declared, That nothing in Act not to
this Act or in the said former Act of Parliament contained shall Majesty from
extend or be construed to extend to prevent His Majesty, His altering the
Heirs and Successors, from altering, amending, or adding to the Letters Patent Provisions of the said Letters Patent, by Letters Patent to be to the Company. hereafter issued under the Great Seal, as to His Majesty, His
Heirs and Successors, shall seem meet.
Parish of Monkstown in the County and Diocese of Dublin,
[15th July 1828.] : of of
THEREAS the Parish of Monkstown in the County and pulous, and a considerable Number of Inhabitants reside at
• Killiney in the said Parish, at a Distance of Two Miles and • upwards from the Parish Church, which is not sufficiently large • to accommodate the increasing Population of said Parish; and • the Parishioners dwelling in the Neighbourhood of Killiney ' aforesaid are very much in need of a particular Place of Wor• ship nearer their Homes, to which they may resort for the
Service of God, at Morning and Evening Prayers, and for the • Administration of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper: And • Whereas it will much tend to the Advancement of Religion
in the said Neighbourhood if the Want of a proper Place of • Worship should be supplied, and a Chapel of Ease be erected ' for that Purpose upon a convenient Scite: And Whereas the • Cure of Souls in the Parish of Monkstown is in the Perpetual • Curate thereof; and the said Curacy is appropriated to the
Deanery of the Cathedral of the Holy and Undivided Trinity,
commonly called Christchurch, in the City of Dublin, and the 'Patronage and Nomination thereof belong to the Dean of the ' said Cathedral : And Whereas the Reverend Charles Lindsay ' is the present Ecclesiastical Incumbent or Perpetual Curate of • the said Parish : And Whereas many Inhabitants of the said ' Parish have expressed an earnest Desire that said Chapel of • Ease should be forthwith erected, and that it is in Contem
plation to promote said Design by creating proper and suffi• cient Funds for the Purpose : And Whereas the Most Reverend • Father in God William Lord Archbishop of Dublin and Ordinary
of the said Diocese, the Dean of Christchurch aforesaid, to whose Patronage and Nomination the said Benefice of Monkstown belongs, the said Charles Lindsay the present Curate or Eccle• siastical Incumbent thereof, and the Parishioners of the same, • have respectively testified their Consent to the erecting of the " said Chapel of Ease, and to the Endowment of a Chaplain in manner hereinafter provided : And Whereas the said Parish
of Monkstown does not come within the Provisions and Oper. • ation of the several Statutes in force in that part of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland called Ireland, for the promoting and regulating the building of Chapels of Ease in • the Cases therein provided, and it is necessary to have special • Provision for the same ; and it is also necessary, for the Pur
poses aforesaid, that a Piece of Land should be set apart and ' appropriated in the Vicinity of Killiney, as a Scite for the said • intended Chapel, and that there should be an Endowed Chaplain • of the said Chapel;' Be it therefore 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 Authorizing the it shall and may be lawful for any Proprietor of any Ground Conveyance of within the said Parish of Monkstown, or any Part thereof within Land for the ancient Parish of Killiney, now forming a Part of the said erecting a Parish of Monkstown, notwithstanding any such Proprietor may in Killiney:
Chapel of Ease be seised only for an Estate for Life or in Tail therein, to grant and convey to the Perpetual Curate or Minister of the said Parish of Monkstown, and his successors, a sufficient Quantity of Ground, not exceeding One Acre English Statute Measure, for the Purpose of building, erecting, and making a Chapel of Ease, with
all Buildings necessary thereto, in like Manner and as fully and effectually as Persons are authorized to grant or set out Ground for such or the like Purposes by any Law now in being, such Grant and Conveyance to be in Trust for the Inhabitants of the said Parish for ever; and that the said Perpetual Curate or Minister of the said Parish be and is hereby enabled to take such Grant and Conveyance, the Statute of Mortmain or any other Law to the contrary notwithstanding: Provided always, that if at any Time after the making of the said Grant and Conveyance of the said Ground, and before the building of the said Chapel, it shall be found necessary or convenient to change such Scite of the said intended Chapel, it shall be lawful for the said Perpetual Curate or Minister of the said Parish, with the Consent of the Ordinary of the Diocese, the Dean of Christchurch, and the Proprietor who shall or may have granted any Ground for the Scite for the said Chapel, to exchange such Ground so granted as a Scite for the same for any Ground of equal or greater Quantity in the vicinity of Killiney aforesaid ; which said Ground so given in exchange shall be conveyed to the said Incumbent for the Purposes aforesaid, and shall be and is hereby vested in the said Incumbent and his Successors, in like Manner as the Ground originally granted would have been had it re
mained for the Purposes aforesaid. When Site has II. And be it further enacted, That when and so soon as a been chosen and proper Scite shall have been chosen and granted, in manner granted, a
aforesaid, for the Place of the said intended Chapel, that then and Chapel of Ease to be erected
as soon thereafter as conveniently may be, it shall and may be under the lawful for his Grace William Lord Archbishop of Dublin, or his Direction of Successors, Archbishops of Dublin, to erect or cause to be erected the Lord upon the Ground so given and conveyed for the Purposes afore
said a Chapel of Ease, with all necessary Accommodations; which Dublin.
Chapel, when built, shall be consecrated, and shall be dependent. upon the Mother Church of the said Parish of Monkstown, as a Parochial Chapel of Ease annexed to said Church ; and it shall and may be lawful to celebrate the Morning and Evening Ser. vice of the United Church of England and Ireland, and to administer the Sacraments of Baptism and the Lord's Supper, and to preach the Word of God therein: Provided always, that nothing in this Act shall be construed to extend so as to endow the said Chapel with any Right, Privilege, or Liberty of a Parochial Church or independent District Chapel, or to authorize the Per. formance therein of the Service of Confirmation, Matrimony, and Burial of the Dead, or any or either of them, but that all such Services shall continue as before to be solemnized in the Parish
Church only: A Chaplain to
III. And be it further enacted, That there shall be a Chaplain be appointed.
of the said Chapel, with constant and perpetual successive Chaplains, to be appointed, constituted, and endowed in manner hereinafter provided, for the due Celebration of Divine Service and preaching the Word of God in the said Chapel; which said Chaplain and his Successors shall be subject to the Visitation and Power of the Ordinary of the Diocese, and the Laws and Canons Ecclesiastical, in like Manner as Chaplains with Perpetual Succession usually are and of Right ought to be subject.