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1761 2. Geo. III. 38.| An Act for the more easy and speedy recovery
Loitountado s us of small Debts, within the town and county
several acts made for cleansing and enlighten-
i ng the Streets of the town of Kingston-upon
Hull, and for preventing Annoyances therein. 1763| 4 Geo. III. 661 E. An Act to continue the term, and enlarge a griso
the powers of an act passed in the 17th year los es batissants
La of the reign of his late Majesty, for repairing ca 400 t the Road between the town of Kingstonda L
u pon-Hull, and the town of Beverley, in the 1 too bist s oon
East-Riding of the county of York, and for se at cristo
repairing the road from Newland Bridge to
the west end of the town of Cottingham, in
the said Riding.
deficiencies of an act passed in the 2nd year
of the reign of his present Majesty, King do rol i George the III. intituled, “ An Act to amend TIGER9991
and render more effectual several acts for Tvoj bize eda bobo
cleansing, and enlightening the Streets of the
venting annoyances therein.”
granted by an act passed in the 18th year of
the town of Kingston-upon-Hull, to and
through the town of Anlaby, and from thence five Ismoitidos
to the town of Kirkella, in the county of the
said town of Kingston-upon-Hull.
act passed in the 18th year of King George
II. for repairing the road from Sacred Gate,
on the south east side of the town of Hedon,
Turnpike Bar, in Wyton Holmes, through
the townships of Wyton and Sproatley, to
the guide post in Flinton Lane, near Hum-
I bleton Moor House, in the same Riding.
Playhouse in the city of York, and in the
town and county of the town of Kingston-
from Beverley to the Ferry at Hessle, and
from the Malton Guide Post to the gravel pit
a t Cottingham, in the county of York.
I I Estates late of Jane Torre, widow, deceased,
i n Hessle, Tranby, Anlaby, and elsewhere,
within the county of the town of Kingston-
upon-Hull, which were given and devised
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certain nuisances within the said town,
payable on Tobacco.
Enacts, that Tobacco shall not be imported as
act of parliament, the laws relating to the
For the East Riding of the County of York,
between the trustees of a charity estate, in
and Joseph Robinson Pease, Esq.
powers of two acts passed in the 18th year
of the said town of Kingston-upon-Hull.
estates, late of Francis Bine, of the town and
and upon the trusts therein mentioned.
and Snuff, and for granting new duties in
Enacts, that no tobacco or snuff whatever
? Waasis Great Britain, except the ports of London, fert T o trice
| Bristol, Liverpool, Lancaster, Cowes, Falmouth, W OO LATE
| Whitehaven, Hull, Port Glasgow, Greenock,
Hood and Leithwad 1791 31 Geo. III. | 30 R. An Act for regulating the importation and I
exportation of Corn, &c. Lazar
481 Inspectors to be appointed at Hull, Whitby,&c. 1792 | 32 Geo. III. (109) | An Act for inclosing and draining Hessle,
Anlaby, and Tranby, and making compensa.
tion in lieu of tithes for land at Wooferton, &e. 1792 | 32 Geo. III. 136 E. An Act for continuing the term, and
bevonaxe a enlarging the powers of two acts passed in the riidcas Sob
17th year of the reign of his late Majesty
King George the II. and the 4th year of the
reign of his present Majesty, for repairing the
road between the town of Kingston uponY 70 75 9 0 Hull, and the town of Beverley in the Easth os os ao Riding of the county of York, and for T
r epairing the road from Newland Bridge to T o
the west end of the town of Cottingham, in
the said Riding. 1793 | 33 Geo. III. (157) E. An Act for continuing the term, and eulargfor to do
i ng the powers of two acts passed in the
18th year of the reign of his late Majesty VYSV
King George the II. and the 7th year of the obt Busto reign of his present Majesty, for repairing beri is in
the road leading from a gate commonly house aoisia esiso called Sacred Gate, on the south east side of
ohead to the town of Hedon, in the East Riding of Lohe 90 94 asbest the county of York, througb the said town two add to ma to Hull North Bridge, and for amending the
road from the present Turnpike Bar in
L Wyton Holmes, through the townships of
i n the same Riding.
bis a 1794 | 34 Geo. III. (108) An Act to enable Joseph Robinson Pease, Esq. JESTIA blesto
e and Anne his wife, and Robert Copeland
Pease, Esq. and the Guardians of the children
of the said Joseph Robinson Pease, and
Jegoodtwol fots their minority, to grant building leases of
plicertain messuages, mills, lands, grounds,
ténements, and hereditaments, in the town Throingeo
and county of the town of Kingston-uponNON Soundba Hull, and in the parishes of Sculcoates and Israloric bato Drypool, in the County of York.
Ile Ils no b is tot
in the several counties in England, for the
BYODI 9sme oba
the several ports of this Kingdom for the boto69 290 ad o service of his Majesty's Navy. To Lowotasijis basis for the port of Hull, 731 Men.