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Derbyshire Mining Customs and Mineral Courts Act 1852

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The Clerk of the Peace for the County ofDerbyshall, as soon as conveniently can be done after the passing of this Act, ascertain and settle the Amount of the Costs, Charges, and Expenses of and incident to the applying for and obtaining the passing of this Act, and the Amount so ascertained and settled shall be distributed between the said Soke and Wapentake and the said Manors or Liberties, in proportion to the Amount of Lot and Cope collected in theKing’s Fieldwithin the said Soke and Wapentake and in the said Manors or Liberties respectively, during the Period of Seven Years immediately preceding the passing of this Act; and the Amount declared to be payable by the said Soke and Wapentake and Manors or Liberties respectively shall be certified by the said Clerk of the Peace by Writing signed by him to the Stewards of the said Soke and Wapentake and Manors or Liberties respectively; and the Amount so certified shall be paid accordingly by the Duchy ofLancasterfor the said Soke and Wapentake, and by the several Persons entitled to the Mineral Duties within the said respective Manors or Liberties to the said Stewards respectively, to be applied by them in the Discharge of such Costs, Charges, and Expenses: Provided always, that the Amount so certified to be paid by the said Duchy ofLancasterfor the said Soke and Wapentake shall not exceed the Sum of Seven hundred Pounds; and the Amount to be paid in respect of the Interest of the said SirRichard Tuftonin the said Manors or Liberties ofEyamandStoney MiddletonandCrichshall be paid by the Trustees of the said Will of the saidHenryEarl ofThanet, and the Amount to be paid in respect of the Interest of other Persons in the said last-mentioned Manors or Liberties shall be retained and paid by the Barmasters for those Manors or Liberties respectively out of the Duties of Lot and Cope received by them respectively after the passing of this Act.

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