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/ Sf John the Evangelist's j The J'noty House Cloisters f-r. Bridge 5 Upper Bndge on D° 6 Lower D" 7 Struct Gale 6 /fttjh Street superior g Town-Wall 10 Sf Mary's Chapel a The Bulwark 12 High Street inferior ri Ship Street 14 Wheat Street lo S'Marys Street Glamorganshire Street Captain's Watk Wattvn Cute Wat/an etc/ Bow Ung Green Water Cau Bridge Gate Usk Bullae Fsk Aliti Struel Lion Lane Church Street Heal rhydd The Postern Fen y dnf A HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF BRECKNOCK.
CONTAINING THE CHOROGRAPHY, GENERAL HISTORY, RELIGION, TAWS, CUSTOMS, MANNERS, LANGUAGE, SYSTEM OF AGRICULTURE, ANTIQUITIES, SEPULCHRAL MONUMENTS AND INSCRIPTIONS, NATURAL CURIOSITIES, VARIA- TIursue j n detail the improvement of county bridges ; being of stone, improvements had become more costly.
The obvious rule is that the county responsibility ends with the middle of the river: it may occasionally be convenient to divide the expense, ami that is a matter of convenience to be met when it arises. The Justices of Radnor thereupon ordered their Surveyor to indict the inhabitants of Brecknock for the non-repair of so much of Glasbury bridge as lay (according to such order) within their county.
Brecknock prepared a case for the opinion of counsel, and in 1*47 ordered the Clerk of the Peace to take the necessary steps for defending an action.
Powell, in his evidence before the Welsh Commission in 1844, gave further information, from which we learn that the loan was raised under a general Act of Parliament, and was secured by a mortgage upon the County rate ; and having been incurred at different times repayment was spread over 14 years, so that it was not felt, and did not become burdensome to the county. For some years the stage coach ran only to Brecon, but after the turnpike road was finished the journey was extended to Carmarthen, and in 1805 a coach was running to Milford from London five times in the week ; the route being through Gloucester, Monmouth, Abergavenny, and Brecon.
Waggons were established for the carriage of heavy goods, and "bustle and activity" appeared to prevail; and in the streets near the St.
The total cost of the Hall cannot readily be established from these Records, but Mr. The 1707 Act of Parliament, passed to widen and repair the principal roads in the county, set up the system of tolls, and gates and toll-houses were erected, and £10,000 borrowed on the security of the tolls for road improvements. "' (WVU r llvt i v i : Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2010 with funding from Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center HISTORY OF BRECKNOCKSHIRE. Vaynor Bridge, attempts to enlarge, 171 Velinfach Mill, erection of, 105. ICHNOGRAPHY c/'t//, Town if Brecknock, From a Flau try Mcmxlitk Jones (f/uri iu 1744 RE F £ REN CE . In 1841, the parish of Gwenddwr (Trawscoed excepted) was removed from the petty sessional division of Talgarth, and joined to that of Builth. In 1843 the Justices appointed a county public prosecutor for one year at a salary of £50, an office which continued until 1888, when the system was aban- doned, although it was generally thought to have been a very useful institution. ' ' At the end of this volume (written the reverse way) is the award in the matter of the Great Forest of Brecon : the King's allotment, 13,860 acres ; 17,106 for commonage ; 292 for tythe allot- ments ; 7,567 acres sale allotments to various persons ; a piece of land containing 540 acres was also allotted to be sold in case the money in hand was insufficient for the expenses — otherwise one moiety thereof to the Crown and the other to the commoners.