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And whereas it is necessary that the said militia should be provided with an head quarters and other proper accommodations and conveniences for their assembling and mounting guard when embodied, and for the depositing and safe custody of the arms, accoutrements, clothing, and stores of the said militia when disembodied, and for their assembling for their annual exercise and for other military purposes; be it therefore further enacted, that it shall and may be lawful for His Majesty’s said commissioners of lieutenancy for the City of London and they are hereby authorized and empowered to pay, expend, and apply so much of the trophy tax to be hereafter raised in and for the City of London, under and by virtue of the M1City of London Militia Act, 1662, and of this Act, as may be necessary and expedient in, for, and towards the providing and building of an head quarters and other necessary accommodations and conveniences for the several purposes aforesaid, and in the necessary expences attendant thereon, and in keeping the same in repair; and all payments to be made by the said commissioners for the several purposes aforesaid by virtue of this Act shall from time to time be allowed in their accounts of the expenditure of the trophy money raised in the said city; and the justices of the peace acting for the said city, in examining and allowing the said accounts, pursuant to the directions contained in this Act, are hereby directed and required to allow the same accordingly.
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