To amend (An act for establishing a Public Burial Ground at Dartmouth 1842 c25) 1843 c47

1843-47

An Act to amend the Act for establishing a Public Burial Ground at Dartmouth.
Passed the 29th day of March, 1843.

Preamble:
WHEREAS it is expedient to alter the limits of the Public Burial Ground, established by the Act passed in the fifth year of Her present Majesty’s Reign, entitled, An Act, for establishing a Public Burial Ground at Dartmouth, and to lay off certain Roads in order that access may be had to the different parts of the said Burial Ground.

Bounds of Burial Ground:
I. Be it therefore enacted by the Lieutenant-Governor, Council and Assembly, That instead of that portion of the Cummon of Dartmouth directed to be set off for a Public Burial Ground rial place by the said Act, it shall and may be lawful for the Trustees of the Dartmouth Common now appointed, or hereafter to be appointed, to set off and allot all that portion of the Common at Dartmouth, lying to the northward of the Burial Ground occupied by the Church of England, commonly called the old Quaker Burial Ground, included within the following limits, that is to say: bounded on the south by a street sixty feet wide, called Stairs’ Street, and on the east by a street sixty feet wide, running along the western bounds of the land of Thomas Boggs, Esquire, measuring on the last mentioned Street, two hundred and sixty-four feei, and on Stairs’ Street, three hundred and forty-nine feet and six inches, on the west by a line parallel with the street, running along the bounds of the said Thomas Boggs’ land, and ineasuring two hundred and sixty four feet, and on the north by a line parallel with Stairs’ Street, and measuring three hundred and forty-nine feet six inches, thus forming a parallelogram three hundred and forty nine feet six inches, by two hundred and sixty-four feet.

Road:
II. And be it enacted, That the said Trustees of the Dartmouth Common shall, and they are hereby authorised to lay off a Road around the said Common, of the width of sixty feet, comiencing at the public Landing at Stairs’ Street, thence to the Land of Thomas Boggs, Esquire, thence along the line of the said Thomas Boggs’ Land to Land owned by Edward Foster, thence along the north bound of the Common to Starbuck and Fogler’s land, thence along the line of the said Starbuck and Fogler’s Land to the Halifax Harbour.

“To amend the last named (An act for establishing a Public Burial Ground at Dartmouth 1842 c25)”, 1843 c47