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7. An A& for punishing Mutiny and Desertion; and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.
Page 7 8. An Act for settling and securing a certain Annuity on Viscount
Wellington and the Two next Persons to whom the Title of Viscount Wellington shall descend, in Confideration of his eminent Services.
II 9. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One
thousand eight hundred and eleven, so much of an Act of the Forty seventh Year of His present Majesty, as allows a Bounty on Bri. til Plantation Raw Sugar exported.
14 10. An A&t for making perpetual certain of the Provisions of an Act
of the Fifth Year of King George the First, for preventing the clandestine running of uncustomed Goods, and for preventing Frauds relating to the Customs.
15 Il. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March
One thousand eight hundred and fifteen, several Laws relating
to the Encouragement of the Greenland Whale Fisheries. 16 12. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March
One thousand eight hundred and twelve, an Act made in the Forty fixth Year of His present Majesty, for permitting the Im. portation of Matts, Yards, Bowfprits and Timber for Naval Purposes
from the British Colonies in North America, Duty-free. Ibid. 13. An Act to continue an Act, made in the Forty fourth Year of
His present Majesty, for permitting the Exportation of Salt from
the Port of Nassau in the Island of New Providence, the Port of · Exuma and the Port of Crooked and in the Bahama Isands, in
American Ships coming in Ballaft; and amend and continue an Act made in the Forty eighth Year of His present Majesty, for permitting Sugar and Coffee to be exported from His Majesty's Co. lonies or Plantations to any Port in Europe to the Southward of Cape Finisterre, and Corn to be imported from such Port, and from the Coaft of Africa, into the said Colonies and Plantations, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One thousand eight hun. dred and thirteen.
17 14. An Act for the Regulation of His Majesty's Royal Marine
Forces while on Shore. 15. An Act to grant to His Majesty Duties upon Spirits made or
distilled in Ireland from Corn; to allow certain Drawbacks on the Exportation thereof; to make further Regulations for the Encouragement of Licensed Distillers; and for amending the Laws
relating to the Distillery in Ireland. , 16. An Act for further continuing, until the T nty fifth Day of
March One thousand eight hundred and eleven, an Act of the Forty first Year of His present Majesty, for prohibiting the Ex. portation from Ireland, and for permitting the Importation into Ireland, Duty-free, of Corn and other Provisions.
29 17. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March
One thousand eight hundred and eleven, an Act for regulating the Drawbacks and Bounties on the Exportation of Sugar from Ire. land.
30 18. An A&t for the further continuing, until the Twenty fifth Day of
March One thousand eight hundred and eleven, certain Bóun. ties and Drawbacks on the Exportation of Sugar from Great Britain ; and for suspending the Countervailing Duties and Boun.
ties on Sugar when the Duties imposed by an Act of the Forty
fixth Year of His present Majesty shall be suspended. Page 30 19. An Ad for further continuing, until the Twenth fifth Day of
March One thousand eight hundred and eleven, an Act made in the Thirty ninth Year of His present Majefty, for prohibiting the Exportation from and permitting the Importation to Great Britain of Corn, and for allowing the Importation of other Articles of Provision, without Payment of Duty.
33 20. An Act for removing Doubts as to the Power of appointing Superintendants of Quarantine and their Afliftants.
Ibid. 21. An Act for amending and continuing so amended, until the
Twenty fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and twelve, an Act of the Forty-fifth Year of His present Majesty, for consolidating and extending the several Laws in force, for allow. ing the Importation and Exportation of certain Goods and Mer
chandize into and from certain Ports in the U’est Indies. 34 22. An Act for authorizing the Lords Commiflioners of the Trea
fury to purchase certain Quays within the Port of London. Ibid. 23. An AA for granting Annuities to discharge certain Exchequer Bills.
36 24. An Act to amend an Act, passed in the last Session of Parlia. ment, for completing the Militia of Great Britain ; and to make further Provision for completing the said Militia.
41 25. An Act to amend several Acts, relating to the Local Militia of Great Britain. :
43 26. An Ad for granting a Duty on Foreign Plain Linen taken out of Warehouse and exported to Foreign Parts.
49 27. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March
One thousand eight hundred and thirty one, certain Acts made in the Parliament of Ireland, for the better Regulation of the Silk Manufacture.
50 28. An Ad for increasing the Rates of Sublistence to be paid to Inn." keepers and others on quartering Soldiers.
Ibid. 29. An Act to amend an Act of the last Session of Parliament, for amending the Irish Road Acts.
53 30. An A& to regulate the Fees payable to Coroners in Ireland, upon holding Inquisitions.
54 31. An Act for augmenting the Salaries of the Lords of Session,
Lords Commissioners of Justiciary, and Barons of Exchequer ju Scotland, and Judges in Ireland.
Ibid. 32. An Act to regeal certain Parts of several Acts of the Parlia. ment in Irelank so far as relates to the limiting the Number of Persons to be carried by Stage Coaches or other Carriages ; for enading other Limitations in lieu thereof; and for other Purposes
relating thereto. 33: An Act for enabling Tenants in Tail and for Life, and also
Ecclefiaftical Perfons, to grant Land for the Purpose of endowing Schools in Ireland.
. 62 34. An A& for allowing the Exportation of Britis and Triso made
Malt from one Part of the United Kingdom to the other. 64 35. An A& for altering the Mode of collecting the Duty on Insurances against Loss by Fire, upon Property in His Majesty's . Iflands and Polleffions in the West Indies, and elsewhere beyond the Seas; and for excmpting certain Bonds and Receipts from a 2
Stamp Duty, for giving Relief in certain Cases of Stamps spoiled or misused, and for explaining Part of an Act passed in the Forty eighth Year of His Majesty's Reign, for granting Stamp Duties in Great Britain.
Page 66 36. An Act for granting Annuities to discharge an additional Num. ber of Exchequer Bills.
72 37. An AA for enabling His Majesty to settle an Annuity on His
Serene Highness the Duke of Brunswick Wolfenbuttel. 74 38. An Ad to extend the Provisions of an Act passed in the Forty
eighth Year of His present Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Aa to perinit certain Goods imported into Ireland to be warehoused or Yecured without the Duties due on the Importation thereof being forf paid, and to amend the fame.
75 39. An A& for repaying in certain Cases the Duty paid on the Export of Foreign Plain Linen.
78 40. An Act for discontinuing the Bounty on Exportation of Oil of
Vitriol, and allowing a Drawback of a Proportion of the Duties paid on the Importation of Foreign Briinstone used in making Oil of Vitriol.
Ibid. 41. An Act for placing the Duties of Fawkers and Pedlars under
the Management of the Commissioners of Hackney Coaches. 80 42. An Act for consolidating the Duties of Customs for the Isle of
Man, and for placing the same under the Management of the Commissioners of Customs in England.
go 43. An Act for maintaining and keeping in Repair, Roads made
and Bridges built in Scotland, under the Authority of the Par
liamentary Commissioners for Highland Roads and Bridges. 97 44. Au A&t to provide for a durable Allowance of Superannua
tion to the Officers of Excise in Scotland, under certain Restrictions.
101 45. An Act for raising the Sum of Twelve Millions by way of Annuities.
102 46. An Act for encouraging the Consumption of Malt Liquor in Ireland.
103 47. An Act to extend and amend the Provisions of an Ad made
in the Thirty seventh Year of His present Majesty, for the Relief and Maintenance of Insolvent Debtors detained in Prison in Ire
land. 48. An Act to repeal Three Acts, made in the Twenty eighth,
Thirtieth and Forty sixth Years of His present Majesty, for limiting the Number of Persons to be carried on the Outside of Stage Coaches or other Carriages, and to enact other Regulations
for carrying the Objects of the said Ads into Effect. 110 49. An A& to amend the Laws for the Relief of the Poor, so far
as relate to the examining and allowing the Accounts of Church. wardens and Overseers by Justices of the Peace.
122 50. An Ad to explain and amend an A&t made in the last Session
of Parliament, relating to the Relief and Employment of the Poor, so far as relates to the more effectual carrying the same into Execution ; and to extend the Provisions thereof to Parishes
which shall not have adopted the Provisions of an Act of the - Twenty second Year of His present Majesty, for the better Relief and Employment of the Poor.
125 $1. An Act to repeal fo much of an Act, palled in the Seventh
Year of King James the First, as relates to the Punishment of Women delivered of Bastard Children; and to make other Provisions in lieu thereof.
Page 127 52. An Ad to amend so much of an Act, passed in the Eighth and Ninth Year of King William the Third, as requires poor Per, sons receiving Alms to wear Badges.
128 53. An Act for preventing Frauds relating to the Exportation of
British and Irish made Malt from one Part of the United Kingdom to the other.
129 54. An Act to revive and continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of
March One thousand eight hundred and eleven, an Act of the Thirty ninth Year of His present Majesty, for the more effectual Encouragement of the British Fisheries.
136 55. An Act to probibit the Importation of Italian Silk Crapes and Tiffanies, and to increase the Shares of Seizures payable to Officers in respect of Foreign wrought Silks and Foreign manufactured Leather Gloves.
137 56. An Ad to explain and amend an A&t passed in the last Session
of Parliament, for continuing and making perpetual several Duties of One Shilling and Six Pence in the Pound, repealed by an Act of the laft Seffion of Parliament on Offices and Employment's of Profit, and on Annuities, Pensions and Stipends.
138 57. An Act to revive and continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of
March One thousand eight hundred and fifteen, an Act of the Twenty chird Year of His present Majesty, for the more effectual Encouragement of the Manufacture of Flax and Cotton in Great Britain,
141 58. An A& to amend several Acts for the Redemption and Sale of the Land Tax.
Ibid. 59. An Ad for more effectually preventing the Embezzlement of Money or Securities for Money belonging to the Publick, by any Collector, Receiver or other Person entrusted with the Receipt, Care or Management thereof.
144 60. An Act for permitting the Exportation to Newfoundland of Fo.
reign Salt, Duty-free, from the Import Warehouses at the Port of Bristol; and for repealing so much of an Ad of the lalt Session as allows Salt, the Produce of any Part of Europe South of Cape Finisterre, to be shipped in any Port of Europe direct to certain Ports in North America.
145 61. An Ad for making Sugar and Coffee, of Guadaloupe, Suint
Eustatia, Saint Martin, and Saba, liable to the same Duty on
Importation as Sugar and Coffee not of the British Plactations. 146 62. An A&t for the more effectual Prevention of Smuggling in the Ife of Man,
147 63. An A&t to enable His Majesty to authorize the Exportation of
the Machinery necessary for erecting a Mint in the Brazils. 153 64. An Act to permit the Removal of Goods, Wares and Mer.
clandize, from the Port in Great Britain where first warehoused,
to any other warehousing Port for the Purpose of Exportation. 155 65. An A&t for uniting the Offices of Surveyor General of the
Land Revenues of the Crown, and Surveyor General of His Majesty's Woods, Forests, Parks and Chalesi
158 66. An Act to authorize the Judge Advocate General to send and receive Letters and Packets free from the Duty of Puttage. 168 a 3
67. An 170
67. An Act for the better Preservation of Heath Fowl, commonly
called Black Game, in the Counties of Somerset and Devon. Page 168 68. An Act for raising the Sum of One million four hundred thou
fand Pounds by way of Annuities, for the Service of Ireland, 169 69. An Act for raising the Sum of Six Millions, by Exchequer
Bills, for the Service of Great Britain, for the Year One thouland éight hundred and ten.
Ibid. 70. An Act to enable the Commissioners of His Majesty's Treai sury to issue Exchequer Bills, on the Credit of such Aids or Sup
plies as have been or shall be granted by Parliament for the Service of Great Britain, for the Year One thousand eight hundred and ten. :
Ibid. 71. An Act for appropriating Part of the Surplus of the Stamp
Duties granted in the Forty eighth Year of His present Majesty, for defraying the Charges of the Loan made and Stock created
in the present Session of Parliament. 72. An Act for improving and completing the Harbour on the • North Side of the Hill of Howth near Dublin, and rendering it a fit Situation for His Majesty's Packets.
172 73. An Act to alter, explain and amend the Laws now in force
respecting the Trade of Bakers, residing out of the City of London or the Liberties thereof, or beyond Ten Miles of the Royal Exchange.
187 24. An Act to grant to His Majesty certain additional Dutics
upon Letters and Packets sent by the Post within Ireland. 190 75. An Act to grant to His Majesty an additional Duty on Dwel· ling Houses in Ireland, in respect of the Windows or Lights
therein, 76. An Ad to repeal certain Duties under the Care of the Commiffioners for managing the Stamp Duties in Ireland, and to grant new and additional Duties, and to amend the Laws relating to the Stamp Duties in Ireland.
193 77. An Act for imposing additional Duties of Customs on certain • Species of Wood imported into Great Britain.
204 : 78. An Act to repeal an Act made in the Forty seventh Year of His
present Majesty, for suppreffing Insurrection, and preventing the
Disturbances of the Publick Peace in Ireland. 79. An Act for regulating the Continuance of Licences for distilling
Spirits from Sugar in the Lowlands of Scotland. - Ibid. 80. An Act for reviving and further continuing, until the Twenty
fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and eleven, several Laws for allowing the Importation of certain Fish from Newfoundland and the Coaft of Labrador, and of certain Fish from Parts of the Coaft of His Majesty's North American Colonies, and
for granting Bounties thereon. 81. An Act to continue, until the First Day of August One thou. sand eight hundred and eleven, certain Acts for appointing Cummissioners. to enquire into the Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites and Emoluments received in several Publick Offices in Ireland, to ex.
amine into any Abuses which may exist in the same, and into • the Mode of receiving, collecting, issuing and accounting for Pub
lick Money in Ireland.. 82. An Ad to amend the Laws relative to the Sale of Flax Seed and Hemp Seed in Ireland.