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The General turnpike road acts

Great Britain. Department of Economic Affairs.

The General turnpike road acts

with notes, forms, and an index

by Great Britain. Department of Economic Affairs.

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Published by A. Maxwell in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Highway law -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTurnpike road acts
    Statementby J. Bateman, Esq
    ContributionsBateman, Joseph, 1797-1863
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 424 p.
    Number of Pages424
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14435769M
    LC Control Number53047727

    the trustees lived in the toll-houses which invariably projected into the road. The multitude of individual Acts covering stretches of road throughout the country were consolidated into a General Turnpike Act in and the system of turnpike roads and Trusts had by resulted in 22, miles of turnpike roads in England and nearly 8, Published in London in this is a good example of this book on the General Turnpike Acts it was in the years before this book was published that Parliament increasingly took responsibility for repairing and maintaining roads from local authorities.

    E-ZPass Customer Service Center - | Turnpike Customer Assistance Center - (Outside U.S., please call ) © The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission. In Partnership with Information Logistics. Although the road is called Leesburg Pike (Rt 7) today, the section of the road from the Alexandria to Difficult Run used to be called Middle Turnpike and the section of road from Difficult Run to Leesburg was called the Leesburg Turnpike. THE MAIN ROAD: The earliest known road along this general route was called the Main Road.

    Turnpike, another term for a toll road and historically the term for a toll gate or barrier; A turnpike trust, a body set up by an act of Parliament, with powers to collect road tolls for maintaining the principal highways in Great Britain during the 18th and 19th centuries; Turnpike Lane, Haringey, a street in Haringey, North London, England; Connecticut Turnpike, a former toll road in. Local historian George Redmonds in his book Places of Kirkheaton and District informs us that the inn and bridge at Waterloo do indeed commemorate the Allies' victory over the French in and that the building of the bridge in was a major development in .


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The General turnpike road acts by Great Britain. Department of Economic Affairs. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Turnpike trusts were bodies set up by individual acts of Parliament, with powers to collect road tolls for maintaining the principal roads in Britain from the 17th The General turnpike road acts book especially during the 18th and 19th centuries.

At the peak, in the s, over 1, trusts administered around 30, miles (48, km) of turnpike road in England and Wales, taking tolls at almost 8, toll-gates and side-bars.

Turnpike mania "Turnpike mania" followed betweenwhen trusts covered more than 11, miles of road. By the time the last was passed inthere had been Acts for new turnpike trusts in England and Wales.

By then, turnpikes covered around 22, miles of road, about a. Feb 18,  · Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Notes "The General Turnpike Act, the General Statute Labour Act for Scotland, and the whole other acts relative to highways; with practical notes and digest of decided cases in England and Scotland, on questions of roads, public and.

A Supplement to the General turnpike road act, of 3 Geo. Cap. containing the three acts of 4 Geo. IV.: with notes and additional forms, and general rules for repairing roads: to which is prefixed, a digested index to the whole of the turnpike road acts now in force / Published: ().

Full text of "The General Turnpike Road Acts, with Notes, Forms, & C: With Notes, Forms, &c" See other formats. Old Hampshire Mapped Turnpikes Notes travel From the first inand with a great expansion in the ss, there were thousands of trusts and companies established by Acts of Parliament with rights to collect tolls in return for providing and maintaining roads; turnpike trusts.

Turnpike trusts were bodies set up by Act of Parliament, with powers to collect road tolls that were to be used in maintaining the principal roads in Britain during the eighteenth and nineteen centuries.

At the peak in the s, over trusts administered around 22, miles of turnpike road in England. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. Acts of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Passed, Volume 1 purpose river sell sheriff sioners slaves stockholders subscribed subscription thence thereof thousand dollars tion toll town treasurer turnpike road Turnpike Road Company vacancy vote warrants.

Feb 15,  · This book deals with the development and administration of turnpike trusts in England from the creation of the first turnpike authority in to the coming of the the railways in It is concerned specifically with assessing the economic importance of the trusts before and during the Industrial Revolution.

The author begins by analysing the importance of the roads in relation to the 5/5(1). Blue Lick Turnpike Road Company.

The Kentucky General Assembly, inpassed an act to incorporate the Blue Lick Turnpike Road Company. This Act is transcribed below, and is taken from Acts of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky,pages Turnpikes in the Peak (by Benjamin Longden) Map showing section of Sheffield to Buxton turnpike road (via Grindleford Bridge and Eyam, etc.), The General Turnpike Acts of and as well as many other individual Acts stated that mileposts had to be erected along the routes.

Early mileposts were made of stone, but very few of these. A Supplement to the General turnpike road act, of 3 Geo. Cap. containing the three acts of 4 Geo. IV.: with notes and additional forms, and general rules for repairing roads: to which is prefixed, a digested index to the whole of the turnpike road acts now in force.

Dec 23,  · A Supplement to the General Turnpike Road ACT, of 3 Geo. Cap. Containing the Three Acts of 4 Geo. IV.: With Notes and Additional Forms, and General Rules for Repairing Roads: To Which Is Prefixed, a Digested Index to the Whole of the Turnpike (Paperback)Author: Joseph Bateman.

An Act to Enable the Governor of this Commonwealth to Incorporate a Company for Making an Artificial or Turnpike Road from the intersection of Bristol and Newton roads, at the rock in Oxford through Bustleton & Smithfield, in the county of Philadelphia, to the Buck Tavern in Southampton, in the county of Bukcs: passed the fifth day of March, General Assembly reorganized the company and increased its capital stock through acts in and The company had the option of either Macadamizing or planking the road.

The latter was chosen and conversion started in The early 's were the peak years of the turnpike• even though the road was not totally planked. The emergence of. Feb 04,  · The first turnpike and toll roads – the history of state-control of the highways. Old Print; Tollgate Oxford Road, uploaded to flickr by Tollhouse Alan – The Oxford to London stage coach passes through a turnpike.

Simultaneously a private chaise comes the other way, trying to get through without the toll collecter noticing but. From our current stock of books for sale: BATEMAN, J. The general turnpike road act, 3 erum-c.com With an appendix of forms, and the standing orders of both. In a specification of the construction work for realigning the road in the area of White Hart Hill was issued, and the Trustees were further authorised by two Acts of.

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From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. Acts river road repair routes Sample 2 trusts significant Source Surveyor Table Tadcaster toll income towns trade traffic transport turnpike Acts turnpike road turnpike road network turnpike schemes turnpike trust University carriers wagons Wakefield Webb West Riding whilst.The ground would have been unsuitable for use as a main road, which obliged the turnpike to use what would seem to be the more arduous route over Old Hill.

Following the Route The turnpike section started in Market Square Bromley, then the route took the road directly along what is .Extracts from the General Turnpike Act Section - “ it shall be lawful for the trustees or commissioners of any turnpike road, and they are hereby authorized and empowered to make, divert, shorten, vary, alter, and improve the course or path of any .