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The said Secretary of State shall within three months after the making of any such declaration cause copies thereof, and of the map or plan thereto annexed, to be deposited as hereinafter mentioned; (that is to say,)
There shall be deposited at the office of the clerk of the peace for every county in which any lands to which any such declaration relates are situate, a copy of such declaration, and of the map or plan thereto annexed:
There shall also be deposited with the parish clerk of every parish in England, or in the case of an extra-parochial place, with the parish clerk of some parish immediately adjoining thereto, and with the clerk of the union within which any parish is included in Ireland, a copy of so much of every such declaration, and of the map or plan thereto annexed, as relates to any lands situate in such parish or extra-parochial place.]
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