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Provided always, that this Act shall not authorize the granting of a lease, or the laying out or appropriating, for the purposes in this Act mentioned, of the palace or usual house of residence of or belonging to any archbishop or bishop, or any other corporation sole hereby empowered to grant leases as aforesaid, or of or belonging to any corporation aggregate or to any member of any corporation aggregate hereby authorized to grant leases as aforesaid, or of any offices, outbuildings, yards, gardens, orchards, or pleasure grounds to any such palace or other house of residence adjoining or appurtenant, and which may be necessary or convenient for actual occupation with such palace or other house of residence, or the grant or lease of any mines, minerals, quarries, or beds, watercourses, ways, or other easements, the grant whereof may be prejudicial to the convenient enjoyment of any such palace or house of residence, or the pleasure grounds belonging thereto, or the leasing for the purposes aforesaid of any lands which any such corporation sole or aggregate, or any member of any such corporation aggregate, is expressly restrained from leasing by the provisions of any local or private Act of Parliament now in force.
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