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6 and Pigeons, by making the Manner of con-
to continue several Laws for the better Ré" gulation of Pilots for the conducting of 6 Ships and Vessels from Dover, Deal, and 6 the Isle of Thanet, up the Rivers of Thames “ and Medway; relating to the landing of " Rum or Spirits of the British Sugar Planta6 tions before the Duties of Excise are paid “thereon; and to the further Punishment of
Persons going armed or disguised in defi66 ance of the Laws of Customs or Excise; and 6 to the Relief of the Officers of the Customs s in Informations upon Seizures; and for “ granting a Liberty to carry Sugars, of the “ Growth, Produce, or Manufacture of any of af His Majesty's Sugar Colonies, directly into “ Foreign Parts, in Ships built in Great Bria " tain and navigated according to Law; and “ for punishing Persons who shall damage or “ destroy any Banks, Floodgates, Sluices, or “ other Works belonging to the Rivers and " Streams made navigable by Act of Parlia * ment;" and an Act passed in the same year, intituled “ An Act to indemnify such Persons • as have omitted to qualify themselves for * Offices and Employments, and to indemnify 66 Justices of the Peace, Deputy Lieutenants, 66 and Officers of the Militia, or others, who “ have omitted to register or deliver in their 6 Qualifications within the Time limited by “ Law, and for giving further Time for those “ Purposes, and to indemnify Members and
Officers in Cities, Corporations, and Bo.
brough-Towns, whose Admissions have been octomitted to be stamped according to the “several Acts of Parliament now in force for 6 that Purpose, or having been stamped have 6 been lost or mislaid, and for allowing them 6 Time to provide Admissions duly stamped; 6 and to prevent the Destruction of Trees and “ Underwoods growing in Forests and Cha& ses ;'' and an Act passed in the fifth year of the same reign, intituled “ An Act for the 5 G. 3. c. 14. " more effectual Preservation of Fish in Fish “ Ponds and other Waters, and Conies in "Warrens, and for preventing the Damage 6 done to Sea Banks within the County of « Lincoln by the breeding Conies therein;" and an Act passed in the sixth year of the same reign, intituled “An Act for encouraging the 6 G. 3. c. 36. * Cultivation, and for the better Preservation 4 of Trees, Roots, Plants, and Shrubs ;” and another Act passed in the same year, intituled 6 An Act for the better Preservation of Tim- 6 G. 3. c. 48. “ber Trees, and of Woods and Underwoods,
and for the further Preservation of Roots, “ Shrubs, and Plants;" and an Act passed in the ninth year of the same reign, intituled « An 9 G. 3. c. 29. “Act for the more effectual punishment of such “ Persons as shall demolish or pull down, burn,
or otherwise destroy or spoilany Mill or Mills, " and for preventing the destroying or dama"ging of Engines for draining Collieries Wand Mines, or Bridges, Waggonways, or "other Things used in conveying Coals, Lead," “Tin, or other Minerals from Mines or Fences " for inclosing Lands in pursuance of Acts of " Parliament;" and an Act passed in the same year, intituled - An Act for better se- 9G. 3. c. 41. " curing the Duties of Customs upon certain
Goods removed from the Out Ports and “ other Places to London ; (for regulating “the Fees of Officers of His Majesty's Cus$.toms in the Province of Senegambiaisin “ Africa; for allowing to the Receivers Ges “neral of the Duties on Offices and Employ6 ments, in Scotland, a proper Compensation 6 for their Trouble and Expences; for the “ better Preservation of Hollies, Thorns, and « Quicksets in Forests, Chases, and private “ Grounds, and of Trees and Underwoods in « Forests and Chases; and for authorizing 66 the Exportation of a limited Quantity of an s inferior Sort of Barley called Bigg, from “ the Port of Kirkwall in the Islands of Ork
“ ney;" and an Act passed in the tenth year 10 G. 3. c. 18.
of the same reign, intituled “ An Act for pre
“ venting the stealing of Dogs;” and another 10 G. 3. c. 48. Act passed in the same year, intituled An
6 Act for making the receiving of stolen 6 Jewels, and Gold and Silver Plate, in the “ Case of Burglary and Highway, Robbery, “ more penal;" and so much of an Act passed
in the thirteenth year of the same reign, inti13 G. 3. c. 31. s. 4 & 5. tuled “. An Act for the more effectual Execu
6-tion of Criminal Laws in the Two Parts of “ the United Kingdom," as relates to the prosecution and punishment of persons for theft or larceny, and for receiving or having any
stolen property as therein mentioned; and an 13 G. 3. c. 32. Act passed in the same year, intituled 'An
" Act for repealing so much of an Act made " in the Twenty-third Year of His late Ma66. jesty King George the Second, as relates to “the preventing the stealing or destroying of “ Turnips, and for the more effectually pre56. venting the stealing or destroying of Tur
* nips, Potatoes, Cabbages, Parsnips, Pease,
and Underwoods, and for the further Pre* t servation of Roots, Shrubs,' and Plants,' to " Poplar, Alder, Maple, Larch, and Horna “ beam;" and an Act passed in the sixteenth yeary of the same reign, intituled “ An Act 16 G. 3. c. 30. Ili 6 more effectually to prevent the stealing of “ Deer, and to repeal several former Statutes 66 made for the like Purpose;". and the whole of an Act passed in the nineteenth year of the same reign, intituled An Act to explain and 19 G. 3. c. 74, except "amend the Laws relating to the Transporta- s. 70. Htion, Imprisonment, and other Punishment
of certain Offenders,” except so much thereof as relates to the Judges lodgings; and an Act ipassed in the twenty-first year of the same reignpintituled “An Act to explain and 21 G. 3. c. 68. Samend an Act made in the Fourth Year of “the Reign of His late Majesty King George " the Second, intituled : An Act for the more «« effectual punishing Stealers of Lead and 54. Iron Bars fixed to Houses, oriany Fences "belonging thereunto;!” and another Act passed in the same twenty-first year, intituled "An Act to explain and amend an Act made 21 G. 3. c. 69. Hlin the Twenty-ninth Year of the Reign of “ His late Majesty King George the Second, Mintituled An Act for more effectually dis166 couraging and preventing the stealing, s and the buying and receiying of stolen $5 Lead, Iron, Copper, Brass, Bell-metal, and
6Solder, and for morei effectually bringing 64.5 the Offenders to Justice ;!?! and an Act
passed in the twenty-second year of the reign 22 G. 3. c. 58. of King George the Third, intituled “ An Act
6 for the more easy Discovery and effectual « Punishment of Buyers and Receivers of
Stolen Goods ;” and an Act passed in the
thirty-first year of the same reign, intituled 31 G. 3. c. 35.
"An Act to render Persons convicted of “ Petty Larceny .competent Witnesses; and
an Act: passed in the same year, intituléd 31 G. 3. c.51. 6 An Act for better protecting the several
“Oyster Fisheries within this Kingdom; and
so much of an Act passed in the thirty-third 33 G. 3. c. 67. s. 5 & 6. year of the same reign, intituled “ An Act for
« better preventing Offences in obstructing, « destroying, or damaging Ships or other
Vessels, and in obstructing Seamen, Keel. 4. men, Casters, and Ship Carpenters, from % pursuing their lawful Occupations," as relates to persons who shall wilfully and maliciously set fire to, or destroy or damage otherwise than by fire, any ship, keel, or other vessel ; and so much of an Act passed in the
thirty-sixth year of the same reign, intituled 36 G. 3. c. 9. s. 3. to 4 An Act to prevent Obstructions to the free the end.
« Passage of Grain within the Kingdom," as relates to the liability of the inhabitants of
hundreds; and an Act passed in the thirty39 G. 3. c. 85.
ninth year of the same reign, intituled 4 Ån "Act to protect Masters against Embezzle"ments by their Clerks or Servants ;” and so much of an Act passed in the thirty-ninth and
fortieth years of the same reign, intituled 39 & 40 G, 3. c. 77. s." An Act for the Security of Collieries and
“ Mines, and for the better Regulation of 46 Colliers and Miners," as declares what per