them/elves griev'd. But it was agreed by ah, That two Juftices of the Foreign Count}- could not by ad
Order fend the poor Man back again to the Place from whence he came, for chat would make an Inter-
fering of lurifdiUU-ns; but at laft the Order ot Chefhire was quaiYd for being informal, and fo the Points
above were not determined. Carth. 2S;,iSS. S. C. by Name of the King v. the Parifliioners of Hun-
6. The Juftices of Middlefex made an Order at their SeJJions for re-im-
burfing one Duncomb Surveyor of the Highways, upon the new Statute i
and irT was moved to quaih this Order, tor that it appeared Mr. 1). had
flrit applied to the Special hellions, where the Jultices rcfufed to meddle,
then he applied himielf to the General Sellions as a Pcrlbn aggrieved.
Holt Ch. J. laid, It comes to the General Selfions per Saltan? ; tor it cannot
be by Way of Appeal, where the Juftices have done nothing betore ; and
tho' it was urg'd by Sir T. Powys, that there is another Claufe in the
Ait, which gives an Original junldiction to the Selfions, to that Eyres
J. anfwered, That is only where tormer Statutes about Repairs do not
reach, and upon Affidavit &c. He laid further, it feenrd doubtful
whether a Surveyor can be re-imburs'd by this Statute tor any Thing
but Gravelj though he thought he might £cc. Comb. 235. Hill. 5 \V.
&M. in B. R. The King and Queen v. Ulington Inhabitants.
Poors Settle- r>. \ t a poor Peribn be removed from one ¥ lace where not legally fettled
ments 190 tbe g c jj; ons U p 0n Appeal may quaih the Order, but cannot remove her to a
g. ^35. cite s f birA place . per Hoki Comb _ 2g6 Tdn 6 w & M fi R Wal£ , a
S. P. For Cafe,
they can but
affirm or reverfe. Comb. 396. Mich. S VY. g. B.R. Bull's Cafe. Poors Settlements 190. pi. 2.34.
cites S. C. S P. 3 Saik 254 The King v. the P-irifh of Winflcy. Two Juftices removed a
Man ] rem Terrent Keinflcn, and adjudged him to ie legally lajl fettled at 1 irrin Crawford, upon which they
appealed ; and there it was ordered, Thar it appearing to the SeJJions that he wis laft fettled at Amrter,
therefore they difcharge Tirrin-Cravijord, ,;nd order the peer Man to be removed toAmner: This was
quafhed, becaufe this was to make an Original Order, which the Juftices at Selfions have no Power to
do ; they might have reverfed the firft < >rde , and ordered the Party to be carried back to Terrent
Kcinfton, but they could not remove the Party to Amner, a Third Parifh, who was no ways concern "d
in the Order or Apjcal ; and if they are really chargeable with it, it muff be at the Complaint of Ter-
Seflionsof the Peace. 347
rent Keinfton to two Juftices of the Peace 2 Salk. 47 5. pi. 1 3 . Mich. 8W.5. B. R. Amner Panto's
Cafe.. Poors Settlement'* 26S. pi. gc6. S. C.
8. Two Juftices removed a Mm from Honiton in the County oi' Devon. ^^g"'
to South Beverton in the County of Somerfct; they appealed to the Seffions in ™ e ™ ' g^
the County of Devon, where the Order was reverfed. Now two Juftices s> c.
in the County of Somerfct may by Order msow him to Honiton again j For
it is but an Execution of the Order ol Seffions, which could not other-
wife be done ; becauie it is out of the Jurifdiction ot the Court of Sef-
fions. Comb. 401. Mich. 8 W. 3. B. R. Honiton Parilh v. South Be-
9 Seffions cannot make an Order to profecate an Offender out of the zLd. Raym.
County Stock, z Salk 605. Patch. 2 Ann. B. R. The Queen v. Savin. s e £ ' I-
10 Two Juftices made an Order of Bafiardy. The Party appeal'd j « Mod. 1-5.
The 'juftices at Seffions fit a fide that Order, and made an Original Order, J^riS™
end held well ; For thev have an Original Authority. Poor's Settle- d - flcre £ t
ments 38. pi. 63. Patch. 1712. B. R. The Queen v. Cripps. Cafe.
11. Tht 'Juftices made an Order which was to continue till Seffions, and
then the Seffions made an Order, and both Orders were qualhed ; becaufe
the Seffions making an Original Order is void. Poor's Settlements 33.
pi. 53. Hill. 1713- Braiton v. Ulley. ? .
12 The Seliions have no Original Power ro rt/po?/tf Overfeers. Poor s An Order u
Settlements 123. pi. 168. Mich. 1726. The Ring v. the Inhabitants or ^^
Chilmarton. an Jtpeal a-
gainjt an Apr
Wtntment of Overfeers of the Poor, which was difcharred, and a new Appointment was made of other
Persons "Powel there mart be two rubftannal Inhabitants appointed , and if thefe are dift barged at the
Seffions it mult 0 dl(l nothing further ; the next Seilions one Burweil was adjudged the
ofThcKing reputed Father, and ordered to pay fo much a Week &c. until the Child
+Mod" h *T WaS I2 YearS ° ld ' this 0rder WdS removed intoB. R. They relolved,
54. S. G°' P Thilt the Seffions could not * reler the Matter back to the Juftices ; and
Keeling raid, tn;lt the la ^ Order was void, it being to pay fo much per Week until
They ought the Child was 12 Y^ears old, but it Ihould be, as long as it is chargeable
to have the PariJh ; For the Father might take it when he would. 1 Vent. 48
Ordt made Mich - 2I C ^. 2. B. R. f Burwell\s Cafe. 4 '
by the two Juftices. And Tviifden J. faid, They may vacat the firft Order, and refer it back as Res
Poor's Settle- 3. A Judge of Nifi Prius by Confent of the Parties may make a Rule
pi. 307 cites to reler a C 3 "^ but thc Se'lions cannot do fo, tho 5 by Confent. They
S C.- ma y re fc? a fhing to another to examine, and make a Report to them for their
S P Agreed Determination, but can net reler a Thing to be determined by the other •
fsalk U J'