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intituled “ An Act for making perpetual the 6G. 2. c. 37. .
several Acts therein mentioned, for the better " Regulation of Juries; and for empowering “ the Justices of Session or Assizes for the “ Counties Palatine of Chester, Lancaster, and " Durham, to appoint a Special Jury in manner " therein mentioned; and for continuing the “ Act for regulating the Manufacture of Cloth “ in the West Riding of the County of York, “ (except a Clause therein contained;) and for "continuing an Act for the more effectual “punishing wicked and evil-disposed Persons “going armed in Disguise, and for other Pur“ poses therein mentioned, and to prevent the “cutting or breaking down the Bank ofany Ri,“ ver, or any Sea Bank, and to prevent the ma“ licious cutting of Hopbinds; and for continu“ing an Act made in the Thirteenth and Four“teenth Years of the Reign of King Charles “the Second, for preventing Theft and Rapine “ upon the Northern Borders of England; ► and for reviving and continuing certain " Clauses in Two other Acts made for the
same Purpose;" and an Act passed in the eighth year of the reign of King George the Second, intituled “ An Act for the Amend- 8 G. 2. c. 16. “ment of the Law relating to Actions on the 66 Statute of Hue and Cry;” and an Act passed in the same year, intituled 6 An Act for ren- 8 G. 2. c. 20. “ dering the Laws more effectual for punishing "such Persons as shall wilfully and maliciously "pull down or destroy Turnpikes for repairing “ Highways, or Locks or other Works erected s by Act of Parliament for making Rivers na* vigable, and for other Purposes therein men“tioned ;' and an Act passed in the tenth year of the same reign, intituled “ An Act for con. 10 G. 2. c. 32. except
“ tinuing an Act for the more effectual punish“ ing wicked and evil-disposed Persons going “ armed in Disguise, and doing Injuries and “ Violences to the Persons and Properties of “ His Majesty's Subjects, and for the more “ speedy briūging the Offenders to Justice; 6 and for continuing Two Clauses, to prevent “ the cutting or breaking down the Bank of “ any River or Sea Bank, and to prevent the s malicious cutting of Hopbinds, contained “ in an Act passed in the Sixth Year of His s present Majesty's Reign; and for the more 66 effectual Punishment of Persons removing “ any Materials used for securing Marsh or Sea 65 Walls or Banks, and of Persons maliciously 66 setting on fire any Mine, Pit, or Delph of
Coal or Cannel Coal, and of Persons un* lawfully hunting or taking any Red or Fallow “ Deer in Forests or Chases, or beating or 66 wounding Keepers or other Officers in Fo“rests, Chases, or Parks; and for more effect
ually securing the Breed of Wild Fowl, ex“ cept so much thereof as relates to wild fowl;"
and so much of an Act passed in the eleventh 11 G. 2. c. 22. s. 5. to year of the same reign, intituled “ An Act for the end.
“punishing such Persons as shall do Injuries s and Violences to the Persons or Properties 6 of His Majesty's Subjects, with Intent to bin66 der the Exportation of Corn, as relates to the “ liability of the inhabitants of hundreds;" and
an Act passed in the thirteenth year of the 13 G. 2. c. 21. same reign, intituled “ An Act for further and
* more effectually preventing the wilful and
malicious Destruction of Collieries and Coal
6 Works;” and an Act passed in the fourteenth 14 G. 2. c. 6. year of the same reign, intituled “ An Act to
& render the Laws more effectual for the pre
“ venting the stealing and destroying of Sheep
and other Cattle;" and an Act passed in the fifteenth year of the same reign, intituled 6 An Act to explain an Act made in the Four- 15 G. 2. c. 34. “ teenth Year of the Reign of His present & Majesty, intituled An Act to render the $Laws more effectual for preventing the " stealing and destroying of Sheep and other *** Cattle;” and an Act passed in the twentysecond year of the same reign, intituled “ An 22 G. 2. c. 24. “ Act for remedying Inconveniences which “ may happen by Proceedings in Actions on the “Statute of Hue and Cry;" and so much of an 22 G. 2. c. 46. s. 34. Act passed in the same year, for, (among other purposes) ascertaining the method of levying writs of execution against the inhabitants of hundreds, as relates to such writs and the proceedings thereupon; and an Act passed in the twenty-fourth year of the same reign, intituled “ An Act for the more effectual pre- 24 G. 2. c. 45. “ venting of Robberies and Thefts upon any
Navigable Rivers, Ports of Entry or Dis“ charge, Wharfs and.Keys adjacent;" and an 25 G. 2. c. 10. Act passed in the twenty-fifth year of the same reign, intituled“ An Act for the more effectual “securing Mines of Black Lead from Theft and * Robbery;" and so much of an Act passed in the same year, intituled “ An Act for the better 25 G. 2. c. 36. s. 1. s preventing Thefts and Robberies, and for re"gulating Places of Public Entertainment, " and punishing Persons keeping disorderly
Houses, as relates to the advertisements there“in prohibited;" and so much of an Act passed in the twenty-sixth year of the same reign, intituled "An Act for enforcing the Laws against 26 G. 2. c. 19. s. 1, 2, “Persons who shall steal or detain Shipwrecked 3, 4, and 8.3 “Goods, and for the Relief of Persons suffering
“ Losses thereby, as relates to any of the felo-
s to sale any such property, as therein respecta 28 G. 2. c. 19. s. 3. "ively mentioned;" and so much of an Act
passed in the twenty-eighth year of the same reign, for (among other purposes) preventing the burning or destroying of goss, furže, or fern in forests or chases, as relates to persons burning or destroying the same, and an Act passed
in the twenty-ninth year of the same reign, inti29 G. 2. c. 30. tuled“ An Act for more effectually discoura
“ging and preventing the stealing, and the “buying and receiving stolen Lead, Iron, Cop“per, Brass, Bell-metal, and Solder, and for
“ more effectually bringing the Offenders to
**“ Justice;" and so much of an Act passed in the 29 G. 2. c. 36. s. 6, 7, same year, intituled “ An Act for inclosing, by
“the mutual Consent of the Lords and Tenants, “ Part of any Common, for the Purpose of “ planting and preserving Trees fit for Timber “ or Underwood, and for more effectually pre4 venting the unlawful Destruction of Trees, « as relates to the remedy for the recovery of • « damages against the inhabitants of the adjoin“ ing parishes, towns, hamlets, villages, or “places, and to the punishment of the several “offences relating to trees, and to the expla“nation respecting the three Acts of King “George the first, as therein respectively
“ mentioned ;” and so much of an Act pass
...ed in the thirtieth year of the same reign, 30 G. 2. c. 24. s. 1. intituled “ An Act for the more effectual
« Punishment of Persons who shall attain or
“ attempt to attain Possession of Goods or “Money by false or untrue Pretences; for "preventing the unlawful pawning of Goods;
for the easy Redemption of Goods pawned ; "and for preventing Gaming in Public Houses « by Journeymen, Labourers, Servants, and Apprentices, as relates to obtaining by false
pretence or pretences any property as there? " in mentioned;" and an Act passed in the thirty-first year of the same reign, intituled “An Act to continue several Laws therein 31 G. 2. c. 35. “ mentioned, for granting a Liberty to carry "Sugars, of the Growth, Produce, or Manufac“ ture of any of His Majesty's Sugar Colonies
in America, from the said Colonies directly
into Foreign Parts, in Ships built in Great « Britain and navigated according to Law;'
for the preventing the committing of Frauds " by Bankrupts; for giving further Encourage“ ment for the Importation of Naval Stores « from the British Colonies in America; and « for preventing Frauds and Abuses in the « Admeasurement of Coals in the City and “ Liberty of Westminster; and for preventing " the stealing or destroying of Madder Roots," and an Act passed in the second year of the reign of King George the third, intituled 66 An Act to amend so much of an Act made 2 G. 3. c. 29.
in the First Year of the Reign of King « James the First, intituled • An Act for the
f better Execution of the Intent and Mean«ting of former Statutes made against shoot«* ing in Guns, and for the Preservation of the “Game of Pheasants and Partridges, and " against the destroying of Hares with Hare, "* Pipes, and tracing Hares in the Snow,' as
relates to the Preservation of House Doves