!. "T>OOR Children whofe Parents are dead are to be fet on Work, re-
\f lieved or maintained at the Charge of" the Town where they were
dwtdliog at the Time of the Death of their Parents, and are not to be
feni to the Place of their Birth &c. Dalt. Juft. 227. cap. 73. cites it as
the Direction of Fleming Ch. J. 1 1 Jac. Wefton v. Cowledge.
Dalt. Jfcft. 2. The father of an Ideut ought to maintain him ; and if' he cannot,
ca P- '%• the Parilh or Place where his Father is fettled, muft : And there is no Dif-
r- C " r-'tlie - fer ence bet»\ cen an Ideot and any other poor Child. 2 Salk. 427. Mich.
Staweaf S W". 3. B. R. Hard's Cafe.
Ideot could gain a Settlement ; For till then Notice wa Y 3 cj? 4 W. & M. cap. U.S. 6. If any Perfon who /ball come to in-
poorOccu- J^ habit in any Town or Parifh pall be charged with and pay his Share
Houffe for towards the publick 'faxes of the Town or Parifh he/hall be adjudged to have
his Landlord a legal Settlement in the fame.
to the King's
faxes, is a Rating him within the New Explanatoty Aft to make a Settlement. Ruled Cumb 2Sa.
Trin. 6 W. & M. B. R. Anon,. , Poor's Settlements 180. pi. 224. cites S. C. Shaw's Parifh
Law 228. cites S. C l
But Pafch.7 Ann it was held.That paying of faxes for the Landlord will not gain a Settlement for the
Tenant; Hemuft be charged to them as well as pay them upon this Statute. The Word (Charge) has a
proper Signification, and means fuch Taxes as are chargeable upon the Tenant. MS. Cafes. The Queen
the Inhabitants of Lancafter,
Settlement of the Poor.
2. It was held, That if a Man is taxed, and after Taxation, ft ays in Poor's See-
the Parifh 40 Days without giving Notice, it is no Settlement within the jf™","
Isew Statute, unlefshe pays the Tax; For it muft be taxing and Paying, d' te sS.C.—
and not Taxing only that makes a Settlement. 2 Salk. 523. Mich. 7 W. 2 Shaw's
% B. R. The Parilhof Talborn v. Bolton. p f ft J" 1 *-
Nelf Jufh 544. cites S. C. Juft. Cafe Law 52*. cites S.C.—Dalt. Juft. cap. -3. cites S.C.
Foley's Poor Lav si;-, citts S. C.
D.'an Inhabitant cf the Parifh of St. Helen's, where he had 4 Children, removed from thence into
the Parilhof St. Nicholas, where he lived fome Time, and was tax' d to the Poor, but was temoved back
to St. Helen's before he paid the 'tax, and there died; afterwards his Children were by Order of the
Tuftices removed into the Parifh of St. Nicholas, becaufe their Father had gained a Settlement there by
being taxed to thcPoor, and this by virtue of the Statute 3&4W. 3. But per Cur. there mutt be Pay -
inga* well a Taxing tomakea Settlement by that Statute. 3 Salk. 253. The King v. the Parifh of St.
Nicholasin Abingdon Poor's Settlements 1S5. pi. 229 citesS. C. Skin. 620 S C. by Name of
the Parifh of Sr. Nicholas in Abingdon's Cafe. And Per Holt Ch. J. the Words of the Statute are Tax
and Pay, ai d therefore Taxation without Payment is not fufficient. S. P. 2 Shaw 's Pra£fc. Juft. 54.
3. A Man went to M. and took a Houfe there of 1 1. per Annum, where- S -^,^ arth "
in he lived a Year and a hair, and paid the Rates and Taxes due for the g- ^ the
faid Houfe ; and the Juitices at the Sefhons held, That the Rate lor a p ar jih f sc
Houfe, without a Rate on his Perfon, was not fufficient to make a Settle- Peter's in
ment : but Lhe Court of B. R. qualh'd this Order tor this Caule, and Maiden and
held him iettled at M. 2 Salk. 47 8. The Parifh of St. Mary le More v. f£^ ln
Heavytree in Devon. S. P. Juft.
240, So where G. being a poor Man lived at B in a Place called Rofcoe's Tenement, and paid
Faxes there by the Name of the Occupier of Rofioes, and for that Reafon he and his Wile and Children
were Pent thither ; which < 'rder was confirmed upon Appeal to the Seffions, and now it was moved to
quafh thefe Orders, becau'e this Man ought to be personally charged