2 edition of Rules and bye-laws for the regulation of the watermen and lightermen of the river Thames. found in the catalog.
Rules and bye-laws for the regulation of the watermen and lightermen of the river Thames.
City of London. Court of Aldermen.
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Get this from a library. Rules and bye-laws for the regulation of the Watermen and Lightermen of the River Thames. [City of London (England). Corporation.; Watermen and Lightermen of the River Thames (Guild)]. The Laws & Constitutions of the Master, Wardens, & Commonality of Watermen & Lightermen of the River Thames.
Also bound in are Rules and Bye-Laws for the Regulation of the Watermen and Lightermen of the River Thames, and A Table of Rates, Prices, or Fare to be Taken by Watermen on the River Thames between New Windsor, Berks and Yantlet Creek, Kent. Rules and bye-laws for the regulation of the Watermen and Lightermen of the River Thames Published: () The laws & constitutions of the master, wardens, & commonalty of Watermen and Lightermen of the River Thames Published: ().
The constitutions of the Company of Watermen and Lightermen as amended by the Right Honourable the Court of Lord Mayor and Aldermen, and afterwards confirm'd and approv'd by the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, and the Lord Chief Justice Parker: to which is prefixed, a table of contents of those by-laws, and thereunto annex'd, an abstract of the.
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Court of Aldermen LCC: 5: The Company of Watermen and Lightermen of the River Thames: collection of uniforms, coats & badges by Crouch, Robert (Past Master of The Company of Watermen and Lightermen) DDC: 8: 2.
Its most significant provision was the extension of the term of apprenticeship to seven years. The Act of unified the watermen and Thames lightermen (heavy goods carriers) into one company, and enshrined in Parliamentary legislation much of the democratic achievement of the revolution of The purpose of the 'bye-laws' was twofold.
Thames Byelaws These Byelaws relate to the management and regulation of marine operations and navigation in the Port of London, and include rules governing the conduct of vessel Masters.
>> View more. For River Byelaw 9 - Drink or Drugs which remains in force following the introduction of Thames Byelaws on 1 July click here. 9 Boat Races, Regattas, Processions and other River Events 15 PART 3 - GENERAL NAVIGATION AND SAFETY 17 10 Small, Fast Vessels 17 11 Navigation by Persons under the Age of 16 17 12 Thames AIS Carriage Requirements 18 13 Water-Skiing and other Similar Activities 19 14 Use of Personal Water Craft 19 15 Restrictions on Mooring 20 16 Speed.
Agreement, with modifications, of numerous byelaws for the Port of London to regulate and maintain the safety of their River Thames section. Port of London improved regulation Thames River byelaws.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. THAMESIDE WORKS ANGLING AND PRESERVATION SOCIETY RULES AND BYE-LAWS 1.
No member may fish or visit any Society water without having on their person a current mem-bership card, identity card, valid rod licence and a rule book. The rule book can be either a hard copy or an electronic copy stored on a hand held device. All documents must be. The 'Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations ' supersede local water byelaws in England and Wales.
All water systems must comply with the above regulations and can be subject to inspection. In certain circumstances customers are required to notify their local water company before commencing any plumbing work. RIVER MEDWAY General bye-laws apply plus the following: 1.
Close season rules apply. No fishing between 15th March and 15th June inclusive. Gates on all Society river fisheries must be kept locked at all times. Where applicable. Parking is within the designated areas only. Keepnets are allowed. Full text of "The laws, customs, usages, and regulations of the City and Port of London " See other formats.
The origins of the regulation of the Watermen on the Thames was the creation of the Company of Watermen in (by Royal Act). This Act created a body to make rules for all ferrymen and watermen between Windsor and Gravesend, the then upper and lower bounds of the Thames for practical transport purposed.
BYE-LAWS _____ for regulation of the canals belonging to or under the control of the British Waterways Board (other than the canals specified in Bye-law 1) made pursuant to the powers of the British Transport Commission Act, (N.B.
– The sub-headings and marginal notes do not form part of these Bye-laws). Application of Bye-lawsFile Size: KB. THE THAMES. CHAPTER I. ABOVE OXFORD.
The Source of the Thames—Early Names of the River—Seven Springs—Thames Head—The Churn and its Course—Thames and Severn Canal—Cricklade—Castle Eaton—Inglesham—Fairford and the Coln—Lechlade—The First Lock—Some Thames Flowers—Old Buscot—Hart’s Weir—Bird Life—Radcot Bridge—Eddying.
“Whereas, several watermen, lightermen, and the apprentices of such, whilst they arc rowing, working upon the River Thames, and at their several respective places of resort, or plying places, between Gravesend and Windsor, do often use immoderate, obscene, and lewd expressions towards passengers, and to each otli^r, as are offensive to all.
British Waterways is the organisation responsible for maintaining 2, miles (3,km) of inland waterways. Thames Water Authority LAND DRAINAGE BYELAWS [as amended by the Thames Region FLOOD DEFENCE BYELAWS ] The Thames Water Authority, under and by virtue of the powers and authority vested in them by Section 34 of the Land Drainage Act and of every other power enabling them in that behalf, hereby.A Journal of the Plague Year by Daniel Defoe being Observations or Memorials of the most remarkable occurrences, as well public as private, which happened in London during the last great visitation in Written by a CITIZEN who continued all the while in .The magnitude of the Plunder of Merchandize and Naval Stores on the River Thames.—The wonderful extent and value of the Floating Property, laden and unladen, in the Port of London in the course of a year.—The modes heretofore pursued in committing depredations through the medium of various classes of Criminals, denominated River Pirates.