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City of London Militia Act 1662

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City of London Militia Act 1662

1662 CHAPTER 3 14 Cha 2

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F3XXVI Power to Lieutenants to list and levy the Trained Bands for London; and to impose Rate for Pay, &c.E+W

Provided alwaies That His Majesties Leiutenants that are or shall be commissionated for the Militia of the City of London may and shall continue to list and levy the Trained Bands & Auxiliaries of the said City as to number and quality of the persons in such manner as was used in forming the present Forces now raised by His Majesties Commission And in regard of the extraordinary duties which the Forces of the said City that now are and formerly were raised in order to His Majesties happy Restauration [X1haveing] of late and may againe be put to for the safety of His Majesties Person and for suppressing or preventing of Insurrections that it shall and may be lawfull for his Majesties Leiutenants of the said City by Warrant from His Majestie to impose and levy yearely in the same so much money as they shall find needfull for defraying the Arreares of those first raised for His Majesties happy Restauration and the Arreares and necessary charge of those that now are and shall be raised with the Ammunition and other incident expences of theire Militia in such manner as the present Assessment is now levied and not exceeding in any one yeare the proportion of One moneths Tax which the said City now payes towards the Tax of Seaventy thousand pounds by the Moneth and shall be accomptable for the same as by this Act is ordained Any thing in this Act to the contrary of this Proviso in any wise notwithstanding

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X1Variant reading of the text noted in The Statutes of the Realm as follows: have O. [O. refers to a collection in the library of Trinity College, Cambridge]

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F3S. 26 repealed except so much as provides for the imposition and levying of a rate in City of London by Territorial Army and Militia Act 1921 (c. 37), s. 4(1), Sch. 2

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