An Act for completing the bridge cross the river Thames, from Black Fryars in the city of London, to the opposite side in the county of Surry, and the avenues thereto on the London side

Publication Date1767
Remainderfor redeeming the tolls on the said bridge, and on the London Bridge; for rebuilding the gaol of Newgate in the said city; for repairing the Royal Exchange within the same; for embanking part of the north side of the said river, within certain limits; and for further continuing, towards those purposes, the imposition of six pence per chaldron, or ton, of coals and culm imported into the port of the said city, established by an Act of the fifth and sixth years of the reign of King William and Queen Mary; and also for carrying on the new pavements in the city and liberties of Westminster, and parishes adjacent, and in the town and borough of Southwark; and for other purposes therein mentioned.
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