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GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND,

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LONDON: Printed by Wm Majefty's Statute and Law Printers ;

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in Fleet-Street.

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TABLE

Containing At TITLES of all

THE STATUTES,

PaOeA in the FOURTH Seffim of the FIFTH Pvb'ament

or The United Kiii§d<»a of Great Britain and Ireland s 56 GEOUGE III.

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PUBLICK GENERAL ACTS.

I. A N A& to rcTive and contiiiiie» until the Twenty fifth Day of XjL March One thoafaad eight hondred and eighteen, feveral Laws relating to the Duties on Glafs made in Great Britain.

Page I

An A€t to TCYiTe and further continue* until the Twenty fifth

Day of March One thoufand eight hundred and fpyenteen, an A6t

of the Seventh Yw of Ijng Gshrge the Second^ for the free Im-

portatioii of Cochineal and Indigo. 2

3. An A,€t for continuing to His Majefty certain Duties on Malt, Suear, Tobacco and Sanfff in Great Britain ; and on Penfiont, Offices and Perfonal Eftates, in England} for the Service of the Year One thoofand eiffht hundred and fixteen. 3

An A6i for raifing the l^um of Eleven Millions by Es^cheauer BiUsy for the Service of Great Britainf for the Vear One thouland cieht hundred and fixteen. 24

5. An A€i to extend the Powers of an A&. of the liiirty feventh Year of His pvefent Msnefty* for enabling His Majefty more cffedually to grant condition^ Pardons to Perfons under S^tence of Naval Courts Martial, and to regulate Imprifonment under fuch Sentence^ Ihid.

6. An ASt to continue, until the Fifth Day oi July One thoufand eight hundred and fixteen, an A6l of the Fifty fourth Year of l£s prefent Majefty, for explaining and amending feveral A6ls relating to Spiritual Perfons holding of Farms, and for enforcing the Refidence of fuch Perfons on their Benefices, m England. ' 26

"7. An A A to continue until the Fifth Day oiAfrtf One thoufand dcht hundred and eighteen, and amend an A6l of the Forty eighth ^^ar of His* prefent Majefty, for empowering the (governor and Con^any of the Bank oi England to advance the ^um of Three MilboBS towards the Suppl)r for th^ Service of the Year One thou/and eight hundred and eight. 27

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iv The TITLES of the STATUTES,

8. An A&, to continue until the Fifth Day of Jufy One thoufand eight hundred and feventecn, ati Ad of the Forty ninth Year of Hill prefent Majeftyj for regulating the Trade and Commerce to and from The Cafe of Good If ope. Page 28

9. An A6t for charing certain jDudes on foreign Packets or Paf- fage Veflels entenng. or departing any of the Ports of Great Britain* 29

10. An A€t for punifhing Mutiny and Defertion ; and for the better Pavment of the Army and their Quarters. 3 1

11. An A A for the regulating of His Majefty's Royal Marine Forces while on Shore. J3

12. An AA for exhibiting a Bill in this prefent Parliament, for naturalizbg His Serene Righnefs Leopold George Frederick Duke of Saxct Margrave of Metjfen^ Landgrave of Tburinguenp Prince of Cobourg of Saal/eld, 30

tj. An A& for the Naturalization of His Serene Highnefs Leopold George Frederick Duke of Saxe^ Margrave of Meifetif Landgrave of Thuringue/if Prince of Cobourg oiSaaJfeld ; andlettling his Pre- cedence. 40 ' 14. Kn^ A&, for empowering the Governor and Company of the Bank of England to advance the Sum of Six Millions towards the Supply for the Service of the Year One thoufand eight hundred and fix teen. 41

15. An Ad to carry into cSedt a Convention of Conunerce, con- cluded between His Majefty and The United States of America. 43

16. An A A for better regulating the Offices of Receivers of Crown Rents* 44

17. An Aft to continue, until the Fifth Day of Jufy One thoufand eight hundred and twenty one, certain additional Duties Excife in Great Britain, 57

18. An Aft to fufpcnd, uniS the Fifth Day oi u^pril One thoufand eight hundred and twenty, the Duty on Lead exported from Great Britain. 58

19. An Aft to continue until the Fifth Day of Jufy One thoufand ei?ht hundred and fixteen, an Aft of the Forty feventh Year of Ills prefent Majefty, for granting an additional Bounty on double refined Sugar exported. /bid*

20. An Aft to make further Provifion for the Execution of the feveral Afts relating to the Revenues, Matters and Things under the Management of the Commilfioners of Cuftoms and Port Duties, and of the Commiffioners of Inland Excife and Taxes in Ireland.

S9

21. An Aft to revive and continue, until Two Years after the Ex- piration of the Reftriftions upon Payments in CaOi by the Bank of England f an Aft for fufpending tne Operation of an Aft of the Seventeenth Year of His prefent Majefty, for reftraining the Ne^ociation of Promiffory Notes and Bills of Exchange under a limited Sum, in England. 6z

22* An Aft for the more effeftually detaining in Cuftody Napoleon

' Buonaparte* IbiJi

33. An Aft for regubting the Intercourfe with th^ Ifland of Saint

Helena^ during the time Napoleon Buonaparte jhall be detained

there ; and for indemnifying rerfons in the ciifes taerein mentioned.

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24. An

(Publicl General) 56^ GEO. Ut

14« Aa AA for better enabling His Majefty to make ProTiHon for

tbe £ftabliiliment of Her Royal Highnefs the Princefs CiarhtU

jAgu/Lff and His Serene Highnefs Leopold George Frederick Duke

of Saxtf Margrave of Meiffen^ Landgrave of Thuringuenf Prince of

C^omrg of Saalfeld* Page 69

25. An A£k for charging certain Duties on the. Importation of

Butter. 71

36. An A6t for charging certain Duties on the Importation of

Cheeie. 7a

27. An A^ to amend feveral Laws relative to the Tranfportation of Offenders ; to continue in force until the Firfl Day of May One tbouiand eight hundred and twenty one. 74.

28. An A€t to enable the Commiffioners of His Muefty's Treafury to ilToe Exchequer Bills, on the Credit of fuch Aids or Supplies as have been or (hall be granted by Parliament for the Service of Great Britain, for the Year One thoufand eight hundred and fix* teen. 82

29. An AA to make perpetual certain Temporary or War Duties of Caftomsy on the Importation into Great Briiain of Goods, Wares and Merchandize, and to repeal fo much of feveral Ads palFed in the Forty feventh. Forty ninth and Fifty firft YeaVs of the Rei^n of His prefent Majefty, as charge any Loans made for the Service of the Years One thou^nd eieht hundred andfeven, One thoufand . eight hundred and nine, ana One thoufand eight hundred and eteven, ttpon the War. Duties of Cudoms or Excife, and to charge fuch Loans on the Duties of Cuftoms made perpetual. ^^

30. An A£t for indemnifying the Commiflioners of Excife in Scot^ latidy and all Peribns who may have ad^ed under their Authority, in rebtson to certain -Orders iflued and Things done relative* to cer* tain Ads regar^g the Diflilleries in Scotland. 84

5 1. An A€t for tnmsferring all Contrads and Securities entered into with or given to the Commiffioners for Trwifports to the Com- miffioners of the Navy and Vidualling. 86

32. An Ad for fixing the Rates of Subfiftence to be paid to Inn- keepers and others on quartering Soldiers. 88

jj. An A& to indemnify fuch Perfons in the United Kingdom.as have omitted to qualify themfelves for Offices and Employ ments, and for extending the time limited for thofe Purpofes refpedively^ until the Twenty fifth Day of March One thouUnd eight hundred and feventeen ; and to permit fuch Perfons in Great Britain as have omitted to make and file Affidarits of the Execution of In* dcoturet of Clerks to i^ttornies and Solicitors to make and file the fame on or before th^ Firfl Day of Hilary Term One thoufand ei|^ hnndx«d and feventeen« 90

34. An Ad to charge an additional Duty on Corks, ready made, imported into Great Britain, 91

3J. An Ad for the more fpeedy and effedual CoUedion of the Tonnage Duty upon Ships Inwards ; for empowering the Lords of the Treafury to regulate the Hours of Omcers' Attendance in < the Port of London g and for permitting Ships to conunence and complete their loading of Coals before the Delivery of the Fitters' Certificates. IBid^

3$. A.n Ad to repeal Two A£i8 paffed in the Reign of King

Mdvfori the Fourth and King Richard the Third, which pro-*

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vi Th« TITLES rf th* STATUTEg, '^'

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- hibit tke Importation of Wrouglit Good* and certain other Articles* P^g^ 93

37* An Ad to permit the Importation of Prunts the Produce of Germany, 94 '

38. An Ad to empower His Majefty to fufpend the Ballot €Mr £n- rolment for the Local Militia. IhiJ. '

39. An Ad to reduce the Number of Days of Mufter or Exerctfe ' of Yeomanry and Volunteer Cavalry* Ibid*

40. An Ad for further continuing, until the Fifth Day of July One ' thoufand eight hundred and eighteen 1 an Ad of the Forty fo^irth Year of His prefent Majefty, to continue the Reftridions contained in the feveral Ads of His prefent Majefty, on Payments of Ca(h by the Bank of England. 9 J 1

41* An Ad for raifing the Sum of Two Millions four hundred and feventy thoufand Pounds Irifi Currency, by Treafury Bills, for the i Service of Ireland^ for the Year One thoufand eight hundred and iixteen. 96

42. An Ad for raifing the Sum of One million feven hundred thou- 1 fand Pounds J9ri/^ Currency, by Treafuiy Bills, for the Service^ of Irelandy for the Year One thoufand eignt hundred and fizteen.

9S

43. An Ad for making certain Allowances of the Duties payable on Malt and Beer. 100

44. An Ad to repeal the Duties, Allowances and Drawbacks of Excife, on Hard Soap made in Great Britain and imported from Ireland: and to grant other Duties, Allowances and Drawback* in Ueu thereof. 112

45. An Ad for defraying the Charge of the Pay and Cloathing of the Local Militia in Great Britain^ to the Twenty fifth Day of March One thoufand eight hundred and feventeen. 114

46. An Ad for the better {legulation of the Civil Lift. 1 19 47* An Ad for railing the Sum of One million two hundred thou- fand Pounds Iri/b Currency, by Treafury Bills, for the Service of Irelandy for the Year One thoufand eight hundred and fixteen. 126

48* An Ad to continue, until Three Kfonth? after the ceafing of any Reftridion impofed on the Bank of England from ifluing Cafh in Payment, the feveral Ads for confirmmg and continuing the Re- ftridions on Payments in Caih by the Bank of Ireland* Ihid.

49. An Ad to explain and amend an Ad, pa^Ted in the kft Seffion of Parliament, for the more eafy affefiing, coUeding and levying of County Rates. Ihid.

50. An Ad to regulate th^ Sale of Farming Stock taken in Execu- tion. 130

51. An Ad to amend an Ad pafled m the prefent SeiBon of Parh* ament, intituled An AH to carry into EJfkft a Conventign ^ Com- merce concluded tet^een ffis Jnfaj^ and tke United Aaiet of America. 133

52. An Ad to amend and render more effedual an Ad pafbd in the laft Seffion of Parliament, for enabling Spiritual Fmona to ex- change their Parfonage Houfes or Gl^be Lands, spid for other Pur- pofes therein mentioned. 134

53. An Ad tQ amend and render more effedual Three feveral Ads paflcd in the Forty eijhth, forty ninth, and Fifty fccond Years of His prefent Majefty, for enabling the Commiffioners

. for

(AAlftdt Gma^^Q se'GfiO. IIL

y lb HedaakMi of the KatioAal Debt to grikfit Life ArniuU ** Pflrf 13 J

^ An Ad for railing the Sum of Thirteen Millions by Excheauer Bil2s»fbr the Service of Great Britaiuf for the Year One thoufand «%bt hsodred and fixteen. 1 97

55. Aa Ad to amend an Aft of the Parliament of Ireland^ in the Fettxth Year of Hia prefent Majefty's Reign, for granting the Sam of FiTe hundred thoufand rounds for promoting Inland Natigadoo, and for other Purpofes therein mentioned ; and to en- hm the Powers veiled in the Diredors of all Works relating to Infiffld Navigation in Ireland. Ibid.

56fcAa Ad to repeal the feveral Stamp Duties in Ireland^ and alfo %*erd Adt fee the CoUeftion and Management of the faid Du* tx% and to grant new Stamp Dnties in lieu thereof ; and to make nme effedial Regtdations for coBeding and managing the faid Daties. ^48

57. An Ad to grant certain Rates, Duties and Taxes in Ireland^ in lefped of Fire Hearths, Windows, Male Servants, Horfes, Car- tages and Dogs, in lieu of former Rates, Duties and Taxes, and toprofidefor the more effedual Colleaion of the faid Rates, Du- ties and Taxes, 279 58* An Ad to repeal an Ad made in the Fifty firft Year of His pKient Majefty, for allowing the Manufadure and Ufe of a Liquor prepared from Sugar for colouring Porter. 325 59. An Ad to reduce the Duty of Ezcife on Malt made in Ireland^ >nd certain Countervailing Duties and Drawbacks in refpcd thereof. 328 *o- An Ad to anthonze the transferring Stock upon which Divi- ^K^ fioiSl remain unclaimed for the Space of at lead Ten Years at the Bank o( En^toMd^ and alfo all Lottery Prizes or Benefits, aod Balances of Sums HTucd for paying the Principals of Stocks or Amimties, which (haU not have been demanded far the fame Period, to the Cominiffioners for the Redudion of the National

^^^- 335

ai. As Ad for mnting to His Majefty a Sum of Money to be

nifaf by Lotteries. 338

^. An Ad for erefUng an Harhour for Ships to the Eaflward of DntUeary, within the Port of Dublin. Ibid.

H^ An Ad to fi^gidate the General Penitentiary for Convids, at M'Mmiy in the County of Middhfex. 358

^4- An Ad to repeal feveral Ads relating to the Militia of Great BrifMf and to amend other Ads relating thereto. 371

^S' An Ad to espliain and amend the Ads for granting Duties on the Profits arifing from Property, Profeffions, Trades and Offices, f? far at extend to the due Affeffment and Colledion of the Duties kr paft Years ; for confirming certain Ahatements already made of the laid Duties, and exempting Colledors' Bonds from the Stamp Duties. 373

M, An Ad for reducing the Duties payahle on Horfes, ufed for the Piopofiet therein mentioned, for Two Tears ; and for repealing the A^ granting Allowances in refped of Children. 377

^. An AB, to enable foch Officers, Marines and Soldiers, as have Itta in the Land or Sea Service, or in the Marines, or in tho Kbi, or any Corpi of Fencible Men, fince the Forty fecond Tear of His prefent Majefty's Reign, to eaercift Trades. 38a

A 4 ^^' ^^

VII

vHi The TITLES of the STATUTES,

68. An A€t to provide for a New Silver Cojoagei and to regida.t.<?j

the Currency of the Gold and Silver Coin •f this Realm.

6g. An Aft to continue* until the Twenty fifth Day of March One , thoufandei^ht hundred and eighteen, Two Ads of the Fifty fourth. Year of His prefent Majefty, for repealing the Duties of Cuftoms on Madder imported into Gr^at Brimin, and for granting oth^x- Duties in heu thereof. 39 ^

70. An Aft to alter and amend feveral Afts relaUne to the Redemp* tion of the National Debt of Ireland, and to msuce further Provi— fion in refpeft thereof. 39^

71. An Aft to amend an Aft of the Fifty firft Year of His pretend Majefty*s Reign, for difcharging certain Arrears of Quit* Crowm and Compofition Rents in Ireland* S9S

72. An Aft to continue and amend fo much of an Aft of the Fortir third Year of His prefent Majefty's Reign for authorizing the bil- letting and fubjefting to Military Diteipline certaro YeomanFy Corps and Officers ofCavalry or Infantry, as relates to fuch Corps in Ireland, i^^

73. An Aft for removing Difficulties in the Conviftion of Offen- ders dealing Property m)m Mines. 398

74. An Aft for the rurchafe of certain Lands, Tenements and Hereditaments at Sheerneft and Chatham, in the County of Kent^ for the Ufe of the Navy. Ibid.

7;. An Aft to repeal the Duties of Cuftoms upon the Importation into the United Kingdom of Rape Seed and Cole Seed, and to grant other Duties in lieu thereof. 404.

76. An Aft for repealing the feveral Bounties on the ExporUtios of Refined Sugar, from any Part of the United Kingdom, and for allovnng other bounties in lieu thereof, until the Fifth Day of July One thoufand eight hundred and eighteen. ^ 405

77. An Aft to repeal certain Duties granted by an Aft pafled in the lad Seffion of Parliament, for repealing the Provifions of former Afts granting ^xclufive Privileges of Trade to the Souih Sea Com- pany. 407

78. An Aft for the better regulating and fecuring the Colleftion of the Duties on Paper in Ireland, and to prevent Frauds therein.

408

79. An Aft for repealing the Duties of Cuftoms on Rape Seed Cakes, Linfeed Cakes, Bones of Cattle and other Animals, anJ of Fifti, except Whale Fins, imported into Great Britain ; and for grantine other Duties in heu thereof. 440

80. An Aft to enable the principal Officers and Commiffioners of His Majefty's Navy refident on Foreign Stations to grant Certi- ficates of Stores or Goods, which may be fold by fuch Officers or Commiffioners at fuch Foreign Stations. 442

81. An Aft to alter the Period during which Manufaft users of Oil of Vitriol are to deliver in their Accounts. 443

82. An Aft to render valid the judicial Afts of Surrogates of Vice Admiralty Courts abroad, dunng Vacancies in Offices of Judges of fuch Courts. Hid.

83* An Aft for regulating the carnrin? of PafTengers to and from

the liland of Newfoundland and Coalt of Lahrador, 444

84. An Aft for the better Accommodation of His Majeftj's Packets

within

(PMick General) 5& GEO. HI. ^^

iiMHtfe Harbour oi Hofybeoii^ in the Idand of Angiffia ; and Esrdr better RegulatiOTi ot the Shipping therein. Pare ^7

8/. Afl Ad to make further Regulations for fecuring the CoUedion d the Duties of Cuftonw and Excife in Ireland^ and for the Im» pcntatkn into Ireland of American SUfes, and of old Plate and Books from Grtai Briimmm 448

56. An Ad for eftabHfliing Regukcions refpeding Alieij^ arriving in or refident in this Kingdom, in ceruin cafes» for 1[wo Years from the paffing of thia Ad, and until the End of the Seifion of PariiuiKBt in winch the (aid Two Years (hall expire, if Parliament (ball be then fitting. 45 1

57. An Ad to regulate Proceedings of Grand Juries in Ireland^ upon BaDs of Indidment. 46J

8^. An Ad to amend the ILam of Ireland refpedin? the Recovery of TcBCBicnts from abfconding, overholding, ancTdefaulting Te- aanu ; and for the Proteftion of the Tenant from undue Diftrefs.

464 89. An Ad to proTide for the Charge of certain Additions to the Public Debt of Ireland^ for the Sendee of the Year One thoufand i\s^ bnadred and fixteen. 473

90. An Ad to defray the Charge of the Pay, Clothing and Contin- gent ExpcDces of the Difcmbodied Militia in Great Br'Uam^ and of the Miners of Comm>aIlzxA Devon ; and for granting Allow- ances, in certain cafes, to Subaltern Officers, Adjutantl, Surgeons' Mates and Seijeant Majors of Militia* nntil the Twenty fifth Day of March One thoufand eight hundred and feventeen. 474

SI. An Ad to regulate the Trade of the Colonies of DemerarOf Bvlke and Egeqmko ; to allow the Importation into, and Exports adon fcfMB, fuch Colonies, of certain Articles* by Dutch Proprio- tors of the Enrt^uuL Dominions of His Majefty the King of the Netierlamds ; and to repeal an A A of the Fifty fourth Year of His preient Ma/eily, for permitting a Trade between the Umud Pro^ vimcei and certain CcJonies in His Majeftv's PolTeffion. 478

92. An Ad. to eBad>le His Majefty to authorize the Exportation of the Machinery necefiary for ereding a Mint in the United States of jfmeriea, 482

9j. An Ad (or enabling tbe Officers of tHe Cuftoms at Creeks, Harbours and Balins of Great Britasrif to take Entries of Ships and Goods arriTing from and bound to Ireland, 483

9f. An Ad to allow Makers of Oxygenated Muriatic Acid to take crufbed Rock Salt, Duty free, for making fuch Acid or Oxymuri- ate of Lime, for bleaching Linen and Cotton. 484

95- An Ad to authorize fuch Perfon as His Majefty ihall appoint to transfer a certain Sum in Three Pounds ^^ Cent. Reduced An- nnities, now Handing in the Name of the difTolved College of Hertford, in the. Univerfity of Oxford; and alfo to receive Divi- dencis due upon fuch Annuities. 486

96. An Ad for efbibliihing an Agreement with the Governor and Company of the Bank of England^ for advancing the Sum of Three MiOioos, for the Service of the Year One thoufand eight hundred- vdiixteen. 4^

97* An A& to authorize the advancing, for the Public Service^ a PiO|QrtioD of the Balance that (ha|l remain from time to time in tbt ftak of Mugland for the Payment of Dividends on account

of

Yiii The TITLES of the STATUTES,

68. An A€t to provide for a New Silver Coiaagei and to regdate the Currency of the Gold and Silver Coin •f this Realm.

PagejA^

69. An Aft to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One thoufandei^ht hundred and eighteen. Two Ads of the Fifty fourth Year of His prefent Majefty, for repealing the Duties of Cuftoma on Madder imported into Great Briiain, and for granting other Duties in Heu thereof. 391

70. An Aft to alter and amend feveral Afts relating to the Redemp- tion of the National Debt of Ireland^ and to maj:e further Provi- fion in refpeft thereof. J92

71. An Aft to amend an Aft of the Fifty firft Year of His prefent Majeftyf 8 Reign, for difcharging certain Arrears of Quit, Crown and Compofition Rents in Iraand* 395

72. An Aa to continue and amend fo much of an Aft of the Fortv third Year of His prefent Majefty's Reign for authorizing the bil- letting and fubjefting to Military Di&pline certain YeomanFy Corps and Officers otCavalry or Infantry, as relates to fuch Corps in Ireland. 396

73. An Aft for removing Difficulties in the Conviftion of Offen- ders ftealing Property m)m Mines. 39^

74. An Aft for the rurchafe of certain Lands, Tenements and Hereditaments at Sheerneft and Chatham^ in the County of Kenf^ for the yfe of the Navy. Rid.

7 J. An Aft to repeal the Duties of Cuftomsupon the Importation into the United Kingdom of Rape Seed and Cole Seed, and to grant other Duties in lieu thereof. 404

76. An Aft for repealing the feveral Bounties on the Exporution of Refined Sujgr, from any Part of the United Kingdom, and for allowing other^ounties in lieu thereof, until the Fifth Day oijuly One thoufand eight hundred and eighteen. 405

77. An Aft to repeal certain Duties granted by an Aft pafled in the lad Seffion of Parliament, for repealing the Provifious of former Afts granting ^xclufive Privileges of Trade to the South Sea Com- pany. 407

78. An Aft for the better regulating and fecuring the CoUeftion of the Duties on Paper in Ireland^ and to prevent Frauds therein.

408

79. An Aft for repealing the Duties of Cuftoms on Rape Seed Cakes, Linfeed Cakes, Bones of Cattle and other Animals, and of Fifh, except Whale Fins, imported into Great Britain ; and for grantine other Duties in lieu thereof. 440

80. An Aft to enable the principal Officers and Commiffioners of His Majefty's Navy refident on Foreign Stations to grant Certi- ficates of Stores or Goods, which may be fold by fuch Officers or Commiffioners at fuch Foreign Stations. 442

81. An Aft to alter the Period during which Manufaft users of Oil of Vitriol are to deliver in their Accounts. 443

82. An Aft to render valid the judicial Afts of Surrogates of Vice Admiralty Courts abroad, dunng Vacancies in Offices of Judges of fuch Cdurts. Jhid.

83. An Aft for regulating the carrying of Paflengers to and from the Ifland of Newfoundland and Coalt of Labrador. 444

84. An Aft for the better Accommodation of His Majeftj's Packets

within

(PiMick General) ser GEO. III. xi

lie. Ab Ad for the furtlier Regulatimi of tbc Tradet of Tannrri

tf/Corners. pa^e 561

J//. Ao Ad to repeal Part of the Dnty on Spirits diftilled in Irt-

lamJf to reduce the I>ra^prback on fuch Spirits exported to Foreign

Psrti, and to make further Regalations for the Colledion of the

hid Datiet and the I>atiet on Licences for retailing Spirituous

ad other Liquors in Irtland. 564

112. An Ad to make certain Prorifions for modifying the feveral

Ads for impofing and levying of IRnes, in refped of unlawful

DifriDation of Spirits in Inland* 576

1 1 j. An Ad for repealing the Duties payable for Licences for re.

taiBng Beer, Ale, Cyder, Penry or Spirits in Great Britatn^ and

£or in^fittg other I>uties m lien thereof. 587

114. An Ad to regulate the Conveyance of Paflengers from the Uaited Kingdom to the United States of America^ in BrtUjb Vefda. 589

115. An Ad for ratiMng the Purchafe of the Ciaremont Eftate, and for fettling the iarne as a Refidence for Her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Cbarhiie jivgufia and His Serene Highnefs Leopold Ceorie Frtdtrick Prince of Cohourg of Saalfeld, 590

116. An Ad to explain and amend an Ad pafled in the Fifty fifth Year of the Reign of His prefent Majefty, intituled An jtH

for ike AhBhtiw of Gaol and other Fees conneSed with the Gaols in En^aod. * 599

117. An Ad to amend an Ad pafled in the Thirty ninth and For- tieth Year of the Reign of His prefent Majefly for the fafe Cuilody of Infane Perfona charged with Offences. 600

11%. An Ad for admitting Oil and Blubber from the Briiifl Colo- mcs m Kwih AmurUaf upon Payment of the like Duty as Oil and Bhihber fitm Newfoundland. 60 1

itg* An AA to ezpbin and amend an Ad pafled in the prefent SeSon of Farlianiient for punilhin? Mutiny and Defertion m rela- tion to the Tranfportation of Offenders. /hid*

iio. An Ad to procure Annual Returns of Perfons committed, tried and conrided for Criminal Offences and Mifdemeanors in /rr- Imd. 602

III. An Ad for ciefraying, until the Twenty fifth Day of June Onethodand eight hundred and ferenteen, the Charge of the Pay apd Clothing of the Militia of Ireland / and for making AUowance^ in certain cafes to Subaltern Officers of the faid Militia during F^ace. 606

Its. An Ad to make Prorifion for fecuring, for a Time to be limited, the Profits of the Office of Clerk of the Pleas of His M^efty's Court of Exchequer in Ireland. 608

12|. An Ad to continue^ until the Fifth Day of April One thou- Bnd eight hundred and ferenteeny an Ad of the Fifty Fourth Year of His prefent Majefty, for explaining and amending fereral Ads relating to Spiritual Perfons holding of Farms, and for en- foscing the R^denoe of fuch Perfons on their Benefices in Eng- load. 613

iti. An Aft to continue, until the Firft Bay of Auguft One thou- bad ei^t hnndred and ferenteen, Two Ads of the Fiftieth and hitr fifth Yeara of His prefent Majefty, allowing the brin|iiig of Coab, Cfdm and Cmders to London and fVeJndffer. Ihid.

125. Ao

u The TITLES of ihe STATUTES,

125* An Aft for the more effeftual Punifliment of PerfoAS rioto\»ll deftroying or damaging Buildings^ Engines and Machinery 9 11 £e in and about Collieries and other Minest Waggon Ways, Bridge and other Works, ufed in conveying and (hipping Coals and otHe Minerals ; and for enabling the Owners of fuch Property to recove Damages for the Injury luilained* ^^^ Si a

126. An Aft to amend an Aft of the Fifty third Year of liis pre fent Majefty, for the Relief of Infolvent Debtors in Ireland* Sit

127. An Aft to reduce the Duty on the Exportation from Grem Britain of Small Coals of a certain Defcription. 6 x ^

128. An Aft to amend Two Afts, made in the Fifty third Yeai of the Reign of His prefent Majefty, for opening a more conve* nient Communication from Mary it hone Park to Charing Crqfir / and for paving the Streets to be made in Marj le bone Park / and to enable His Maiefty to grant fmall Portions of Land as Scites for Public Buildmgs^ or to be ufed as Cemeteries within the Bills of Mortality. 620

129* An Aft to repeal certain Provifions in Local Afts for the Maintenance and Management of the Poor. 660

150. An Aft to repeal an Aft made in the Thirty ninth and Fortieth Years of His prefent Majefty's Reign, intituled An AS to extend ihe Provifions of an AS made in ihe Seventeenth Tear of the Reign of King Ueorge ihe Second, intituled * An A3 to amend and maic < more effeSnal the Laws relating to Rogues, Vagabonds and other * idle and diforderly Perfons ; and to Houfes^ CorrtSion;* and to make other Providons in lieu thereof. 661

131. An Aft to revive and continue, until the Fifteenth Day of June One thoufand eight hundred and feventeen, an Aft of the Fifty fecond Year of His prefent Majefly, for the more effeftual Prelervation of the Peace, by enforcing the Duties of Watching and Warding. 663

132. An Aft for enlarging the time for making the Award relpeft- ing His Majefty's Allotments under an Aft of the Fifty third Year of His prefent Majefty, for inclofing Windfor Forefi ; and for extending the Proviiions of the faid Aft. Ibid*

133. An Aft tor making Provifion to defray the Annual Charge of any Loan of this Seiwm of Parliament. 669

1 3 A. An Aft for allowing a Drawback of the Duty on Coals con- iumed in Lead Mines in Cornwall. 670

13^. An Aft for authorizing the Barons of the Court of Exchequer m Scotland to order the Payment of a certain Sum of Money to be ^>plied in completing the Crinan CanaL 671

136. An Aft to enable His Majefty to grant certain Lands, Tepe- ments and Hereditaments, efcheated and devolved to His Majefty by the DiiTolution of Hertford College^ in the Univerfity 01 Ox^

fordy and the Site of the laid College and Buildings thereon, to the Chancellor, Mafters and Scholars of the faid Univerfity, in Truil for the Principal and other Members of Magdalen BaU, for the Purpofe of their removing to fuch Site ; and to cnaUe the £iid Chancellor, Mafters and Scholars of the faid Univerfity, and the Preiident and Scholars of Saint Mary Magdakn Collegef to do all neceftary Afts for fuch Removal. . 674

137. An Aft to extend the Provifions of an Aft of the Firft Yjear of the Reign of King Jamet the Firfti intituled An AS for \he

better

(Local 4- Personal) 56* GEO. III. 3d"

^kUvSAf 9f ibe CreSiors agmnfi fuch as Jhall hicome Sanl^

nfis. ^^f* ^^4

T|5. All Ad to abolifh the Puniffliment of tbe Pillory, except m cer.

"tail cafes. ^^I

jjo. Aji Aa to regulate the binding of Parifti AppreDticet. 686

140. An Aa for efUbli(hing the Ufe of an Hydrometer, called 5ifc*'» Hydnwieter, in al^rtaining the Strength of Spirits, in- ftead of Clarhe% Hydrometer. 691

141. An Aa for enabling Ecdcfiafkical Corporate Bodies, under cer- tain CircnmOaiices, to alienate Lands for enbrging Cemeteries or Omidlyards- * /^

142. An Aa far granting to His Majefty a certain Sum out of the Coafbidated Fund of Great Britain^ and for applying certain Modks therein mentioiied for the Service of the Year One thoufand eight handled and fixteen ; and for further appropriating the Sup- plies granted in tbis^ S«;ffion of Parliament. 697

ijocal and personal acts,

DECLARED PUBLIC, AND TO BE JUDICIALLY NOTICED.

\. \ K Aa for enlarging the Term and Powers of Two Ads of i\ Its preCent Majefty, for repairing the Road from Chafcl on tht Heotb, in the County of Oxford, to Bourton on tbe RUh m the County of Gl««5|Ur. .^-f" 7"

IE. Am aa for cnhfging the Term and Powersof an Aa of His pre- fent Majeftr, for repairing the Road from Saini Martin Stamford Baron to Kettering^ and from OundU to MlddUton Lane, m the County of 2/orlAflart#«ji. _ ^r« a/i rxi-

m. An Aa for enlaigmg the Term and Powers of Two Aas of His mfent Majefty, fo & as the fame relate to the Road from Carter's Bridge, in the Parifli of Cbatteris, withm the Ifle of Elv, in the Connty of Cambridge, to the Forty Feet Bridge, m the Parifh of Ramfej, in the Countv of Huntin^^. ibid.

IT. An Aa to amend an Aa of the Fifty firft Year of His prefent Maieftr, for confirming certain Articles of Agreement between the Ccmpany of Proprietors of the Grand Junaioo Canal and cer- tain Peifoni for fupplyinfir with Water the Inhabitants of the Parifli of PadSmgton, and Sie Ptoifces and Strcctt adjacent, m the CowDtw oi Middle fex^ j V^

t. Aa Aa for tbe better affcffin^ and coUeaing the Poor and other Parochial Ratea, in the Parifh of MHcbam, in the County of

Snrrej. ri. An Aa for making and maintainmg a Road fiwm Demfjburyto

Leeds, in the Weft Riding of the County of Tarb. . Ji^ul.

ii An Aa for taking down the Parifli.Cburdi oiCBfto; in the

Coonty oiGhmceHer, »n^ ^^^^^^ing * new tt^

aa.d£tional CeSetery for the Ufe of the faid Panih. iW.

fS. Aa Aa to provide for the repairing and OMVitainuig «* » ^

tarn

xiv The XITLES of the STATUTES,

tam Part of federal Roads or Ways, leading from Woodford to Ilfordf in the County of Effexp and for (hutting up certain other Parts of the faid feveral Roads or Ways. Page 713

ix. Ab A£l for enlarging, improving and repairing the Parifli Churca of IVoodfordf in the County of Effex^ and for enlarging the Church Yard or Burial Ground of the (kid Parifh. thid»

lu An A£i for lighting with Gas the City and County of the City of Exeter, Ihid*

ad. An A& to amend Two Ads of His prefent Majefty for ereding a Bridge over the River Thameif from the City of London to the oppofite Bank in the County of Surrey. * IUd»

xii. An Ad for altering, amending and extending the Powers of Two Ads of His prefent Majefty's Reign, for fupplying with Water the Inhabitants of the Towns of Mancbejier and Salfordf in the Parish of Manchejier^ in the County Palatine of Lancafier.

xiii. An Ad to enable Temple Weji Efquire, fole Proprietor oiThe Royal Circus or Surrey Theatre^ (ituate in the Parifh of Saint George^ in the County of Surrey^ to contniTxe the fame open, for public Amufement, for a limited time. Ibid*

xiy. An ^d for enlarging the Term and Powers of an Ad of His prefent 'Majefty, for repairing and widening the' Road from Pre/ion Candover to Bq/tngfiobe, and from thence to Alton^ in the County of Soutbampton. 725

XT. An Ad for making and n»intaining a Turnpike [Road from the Town of Nantmcb, to Wbeelocb Wbarf^ in the Townihip of Sandbasb^ h\ the County Palatine of Cbefter* Ibid.

xvi. An Ad ibr making and maintaining a Turnpike Road from the High Street in the Town of Stourbridge^ in the County of War- €o£r^ to the Boundary Stone between the Pari(h of WorJUldt and the Liberties of the Borough of Bridgnortby in the County of Seiep. Ibid.

xrii. An Ad for more effedually repairing and improving the Road from Stockport f in the County of CbdUr^ to the End of Guide Lottit in the County of LancafUry and other Roads therein men- tioned in the faid Counties, and in the County of Tork ; and for nakiog a^ new Road from the faid Road in Bredburyyto the Bridge oretf xSt River Mer/ey at Portwoodf near the Town of Stockport.

Ibid.

XTiii. An Ad for more eff&dually repairing the Road from the Twenty Mile Stone, on Egbam HilU in the County oi Surrey 9 to a Place called Bafingjlonef near the Town of Bagjbotp in the Fariih of fyindJe/bam, in the fame County. Ibid.

xix. An Ad for ereding a new Gaol and Court Houfe in the Burgh of ^r, in the Shire of jlyr. Ibid.

XX. Ad Ad for the Incorporation of Tbe Bhbland Society of Lonr dan^. for the better Management of the Funds of the Society ; and for rendering its Exertions more extenliTe and beneficial to the Public* Ibi(L

kxi. An Ad for preventing Frauds in the Admeafurement and Delivery of CoaU within |he feveral Parifhes in the County of Middlrfixt lying between the Parifli of Sdttt Lube Cbel/ea, vid the Mouth of the River Colne, near Stainoo 1 and alfo between Limhwfi Hoh and the Mouth of the River JUh nmr- Black wa ff ;

and

A.D.1BI6. 56*GEO.IlL; C.S. it

MiwKij eighi, and aU and every their Clerk0» AgeoU, SeeoodarieN

SubiJtotef and other inferior Mioifter« wiiatfoever, (fuch Military

Oiken who are or (hall be in Mufter by the Mufter Mailer General

of Hk Majefty's Army, or in Pay in Hig Majefty's Army or Navy

ioitfpea of fuch Offices only excepted,) fliaU yield and pay unto

His Majefty any Sum not exceeding the Sum at which fuch Office

or £mpbyment was affeffed in the Year commencing from the

Twenty fifth Day of March One thoufand feven hundred and ninety

eight, by virtue of the iaid Ad paffed in the Thirty eighth Year 38 g.$. cj.

the Reign of His prefent Majefty, intituled An Aa for granttng

an Jid to Hu Mof^y By a Land Tax to be ratfed in Great firitam>

for tbe Service of the Tear One thoufand feven hundred and ninety

eight : and that all and every Perfon and Perfons, Guilds and Frater-

mtks. Bodies Politic and Corporate, having an Annuity, Penfion,

Stipend or otlicr yeariy Payment, either out of the Receipt of His

Majedy'a Exchequer in England^ or out of any Branch of His

Majefty's Revenue in Great Britain, or payable or fecured to be

paid by any Perfon or Perfons whatfoever in Great Britam, (not

being or ifluing out of any Lands, TenemenU or Hereditaments,

or charged upon the feme, or included in any Affeffinent made upon

Lands, Tenements or Herediuments mentioned in the faid AA

palled in the Thirty eighth Year of the Reign of His prefent

Majefty, intitukd An Aa for granting an Aid to His Majefiyby 38 0.3. c 5-

a Land Tax to be rakfed in Great Britam,/or the Service of the Tear

One thomfand feven hundred and ninety eight, and not being Annuities

or yearly Payments which, by any Aa or AEtt of Parhament made

or to be made are or fliall be efpecially exempted from the Pay-

ment of Taxes or Aids,) fliaH yield and payiunto His Maiefty the

Sum of Your SluUings for every Twenty Shillings by the Ye^

for every fuch AnnuHy, Penfion, Stipend or yearly Payment refpea-

ively, and after that Rate