[14 July, 1659.]
Same powers to Committees of Westminster Militia and of all adjacent parishes and plaees, save Tower Hamlets, as were given to Tower Hamlets Militia by Act of 7 May, 1659.
Be it Enacted and Declared by this present Parliament and the
Authority thereof, That the Commissioners for the Militia of the
City of Westminster and the Liberties thereof, and of all the Parishes
and Places adjacent, in the County of Middlesex, and within the
weekly Bills of Mortality, and late Lines of Communication, except
ing the Hamblets of the Tower, or any Seven or more of themshall Have, Execute, and Observe all and singular the Powers and
Authorities within the said City and Liberties, and the Parishes
and Places adjacent, Given and Granted by an Act of this present
Parliament since the Seventh of May, One thousand six hundred
fifty nine, Entituled, An Act for Settling the Militia within the
Hamblets of the Tower of London, unto the Commissioners for
the Hamblets of the Tower of London, and no other Power and
Authorities whatsoever; any former Act of this present Parliament to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding.