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that road to the Stobsmxiir Turnpike road; across that road, and
from it along the old road by the back of Stobsmuir and Clepington,
till it reaches the East road to the Fair Muir, so as to include it,
until it joins the Strathmartin road ; southwards along the Strath-
martin road until its junction with the road which leads by the back
of the Law of Dundee from the Strathmartin road to the Coupar and
Meigle Turnpike road; along the northern boundary of that road to
the Lochee Toll Bar, on the Turnpike road from Dundee to Coupar
and Meigle ; from that Toll Bar westwards along the road imtil it
reaches the Stone Wall which runs on the west side of the Houses
and garden ground known by the name of Lark or Lerrick Hall;
across from the Turnpike road to the march between the estate of
Logie and the estate of Balgay ; from the Turnpike road southwards
along that Stone Wall to the said march ; thence along the march
southwards to the extremity of Logie ; thence southwards to the
Blackness road, along the Dyke and Hedge which form the present
boundary between Blackness and Balgay ; thence along the northern
boundary of the Blackness road, westwards to the line of march which
is on the south side of that road, between Blackness and Balgay ; and
southwards along that march down to the river Tay. Which bounds
are divided into Eleven Wards, each Ward having the right to elect
by the votes of those assessed for 51. or upwards of rent, two Gene-
ral and two Resident Commissioners on the last Monday of June
annually. These General Commissioners, along with the ex officiis,
are authorized to levy at the rate of Is. per Pound on all rents from
21. to 51., and Is. 3d. per Found on those of 51. or upwards; the
assessment so levied to be applied for the purposes of the Act.
The limits of the wards run along the centre of the streets, roads,
lanes, and closes, by which they are bounded.
The Judges of Felice are the Provost, the four Bailies, and the
Dean of Guild, as to all offences, &c. committed within the borough,
and the Sheriff and his substitutes beyond the borough. The Court
may hear and give judgement, in a summary manner, in all com-
plaints made under the act against persons accused of theft, swindling,
unlawful gambling, assault, rioting, breaking the peace, or any such
other criminal, riotous, or disorderly conduct, or of offending against
any of the provisions of the act, or any other of the regulations
established by its authority. No complaint can be entertained
in the Police Court for offences beyond three months from the date
of the complaint ; and neither the Judges, the Commissioners, the
Superintendent, nor any other person can be prosecuted for any thing
done under the act, unless wilful corruption, or oppression, or culpable
negligence, out of which real injury has arisen, be charged.
The warrants of the Police Court may be executed upon any part
of the Firth of Tay within the limits of the port of Dundee,— that iS;
from the Burn of Invcrgowrie to the Gaa of Barry,

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