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portation, or to be carried coast- ing to foreign officers, allowances wise.

equivalent in amount to the halfAn act to enable the trustees of pay given to British officers under turnpike-roads to abate the tolls the like circumstances. on carriages, and to allow of An act to repeal an act of the their carrying extra weights in 53d year of his present Majesty, certain cases.

for preventing the embezzlement An act to provide for the tak- of stores; and to extend thc proing an account of the popula- visions of the several Acts relat. tion of Ireland, and for the ascer- ing to his Majesty's naval, ordtaining the increase or diminu- nance, and victualling stores, to tion thereof.

all other public stores. An act to amend and explain An act to enable his Majesty to an act passed in the 54th year of acquire ground necessary for sig., his present Majesty, for main- nal and telegraph stations. taining and keeping in repair An act to increase the draw. certain roads and bridges made backs and countervailing duties in Scotland for the purpose of on tobacco, and to limit the tonmilitary communication; and for nage of ships in which wine may unaking more effectual provision be exported when duties are drawn for maintaining and repairing back. roads made and bridges built in An act for further regulating Scotland, under the authority of the issue and payment of money the parliamentary commissioners to his Majesty's forces serving for highland roads and bridges. abroad.

An act to amend an act of the An act for discontinuing cer53rd year of his present Majesty, tain deductions from half-pay, for vesting in his Majesty certain and for further regulating the acparts of Windsor forest, in the counts of the Paymaster-general. county of Berks; and for enclos

An act to continue, until the ing the open commonable lands end of the next session of Parliawithin the said forest.

ment, for regulating the trade in An act for making compensa- spirits between Great Britain and tion for lands and hereditaments Ireland respectively. taken for erecting works at and An act to grant further powers near Portsmouth and Hilsea, in to the commissioners of Chelsea the county of Southampton, in and Greenwich Hospitals with pursuance of an act made in the respect to pensions on those estalast session of Parliament.

blishments. An act for raising the sum of An act for altering the rate at 36 millions by way of annuities. which the Crown may exercise its

An act to amend an Act of his right of pre-emption of ore in late Majesty King George the which there is lead. 2d, for the relief of the out-pen- An act to alter the conditions sioners of the royal bospital at and regulations under which Chelsea.

blubberand train-oilof Newfound Au act to authorize the allow. land are admitted to entry.

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An act for the relief of the out- in Ireland, to purchase premises pensioners of the royal hospital of for the erecting additional docks, Kilmainham.

warehouses, and offices, in Dublin. An act to prevent poor persons An act to increase the allowance in workhouses from embezzling to the Post-office in Ireland, in certain property provided for their respect of packet-bonts to Great use; to alter and amend so much Britain. of an act of the 36th year of his An act to authorize his Majesty present Majesty, as restrains jus- to regulate, until the first day of tices of the peace from ordering July 1816, the trade with any relief to poor persons in certain French colony which may come cases for a longer period than into his Majesty's possession, or one month at a time; and for remain neutral. other purposes therein mentioned, An act for enabling spiritual relating to the poor.

persons to exchange the parsonAn act for vesting in his Ma- age or glebe houses or glebe lands, jesty certain parts of the forests belonging to their benefices, for of Exmoor, otherwise Exmore, others of greater value, or more in the counties of Somerset and conveniently situated for their reDevon; and for enclosing the said sidence and occupation: and for forest.

annexing such houses and lands, An act to grant an additional so taken in exchange, to such beduty of excise in Ireland, upon nefices as parsonage or glebe spirits made or distilled from corn houses and glebe lands, and for or grain.

purchasing and annexing lands to An act to make further provi- become glebe in certain cases, sions for the collection of certain and for other purposes. duties on male servants, carriages, An act for raising the sum of and horses; and in respect of 4,500,0001. by Exchequer bills, houses in Ireland.

for the service of Great Britain An act to amend an act made in for the year 1815. this session of Parliament to repeal An act for raising the sum of former acts granting exclusive 1,500,0001. by Exchequer bills, privilege of trade to the South for the service of Great Britain Sea Company, and to indemnify for the year 1915. the said Company for the loss of An act for rectifying mistakes such privileges.

in the names of land-tax conmisAn act to reduce the duties on sioners, and for appointing addi. all sheep-wool, the growth of the tional commissioners, and indemUnited Kingdom, which shall be nifying such persons as have acted sold by auction for the growers without due authority in execuor first purchasers.

tion of the acts therein recited. An act to amend the acts re- An act to amend the laws for lating to the building and repair- imposing and levying of fines, in ing of county bridges.

respect of unlawful distillation of An act to enable the commis. spirits in Ireland. sioners of Customs and Port duties An act for granting to his Ma

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jesty the sum of 20,0001. to be chariots ; and for licensing carissued and applied towards re- riages drawn by one horse. pairing roads between London An act for the encouragement and Holyhead, by Chester, and of seamen, and the more effectual between London and Bangor, by manning of his Majesty's navy Shrewsbury.

during the present war. An act for granting certain An act to amend and render rates on postage and letters to more effectual an act of the 52nd and from Great Britain, the Cape year of his present Majesty, to of Good Hope, the Mauritius, and amend and regulate the assessthe East Indies; and for making ment and collection of the assess. certain regulations respecting the ed taxes, and of the rates and dupostage of ship letters, and of let- ties on profits arising on property, ters in Great Britain.

professions, trades, and offices, An act for fixing the rates of in that part of Great Britain callsubsistence to be paid to innkeep- ed Scotland. ers and others on quartering sol- An act to repeal the Excise dudiers.

ties and drawbacks on Epsom An act to continue, until the salt. 5th day of July 1816, the tempo- An act to regulate the issuing rary fourth part of the duties pay- of licences to allow open boats to able in Scotland upon distillers' proceed to foreign parts, and for wash, spirits, and licences imposed revoking the same when necesby an act of the 54th year of his sary. present Majesty; and for enabling An act to exonerate, in certain his Majesty, by order in council, cases, foreign spirits imported to modify the operations of the during the suspension of the spirit said act, or reduce the duties there- intercourse between Great Britain by imposed.

and Ireland, from the additional An act to amend the laws rela- duty imposed thereon. tive to the transportation of of- An act to defray the charge of fenders; to continue in force un- the pay, clothing, and contingent til the first day of May 1816. expenses of the Disembodied Mi

An act for the better examina- litia in Great Britain, and of the tion of witnesses in the Courts of miners of Cornwall and Devon

; Equity in Ireland, and for em- and for granting allowances, in powering the Courts of Law and certain cases, to subaltern officers, Equity in Ireland to grant com- adjutants, surgeons, mates, and missioners for taking affidavits in serjeant-majors of Militia, until all parts of Great Britain. the 25th day of March 1816.

An act to enable grand juries An act for defraying the charge to present additional sums for con- of the pay and clothing of the stables in Ireland, and for the se- Local Militia in Great Britain, to cure conveyance of prisoners. the 25th day of March 1816.

An act to amend several acts re- An act for defraying, until the lating to hackney coaches ; for 25th day of June 1816, the charge authorizing the licensing of an of the pay and clothing of the additional number of hackney Militia of Ireland; and for making

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allowances in certain cases to sub- An act for allowing certain tiles altern officers of the said Militia to be made, duty free, to serve during peace.

for draining. An act to explain and amend An act for the further preventhe laws relating to the Militias tion of frauds in the manufacture of Great Britain and Ireland. of sweets.

An act to provide for the charge An act to revive and continue, of the addition to the public fund- until the 25th day of March 1820, ed debt of Great Britain, for the an act of the 28th year of his preservice of the year 1815.

sent Majesty, for the more effecAn act to amend an act passed tual encouragement of the manuin the last session of Parliament, facture of flax and cotton in Great for better regulating the office of Britain. Agent-general for Volunteers and An act to revive, amend, and Local Militia, and for the more continue, until the 25th day of effectually regulating the same. March 1821, so much of an act of

An act to continue for one year the 41st year of his present Ma-, eertain acts for the better preven- jesty as allows the use of salt, tion and punishment of attempts duty free, for curing fish in bulk to seduce persons serving in his or in barrels; and to repeal cerMajesty's forces by sea and land, tain laws relating to the allowfrom their duty and allegiance to ance of salt, duty free, for the his Majesty, or to incite them to North Seas and Iceland fisheries. mutiny or disobedience.

An act to revive and contiuue, An act to provide for the sup- until the 5th day of July 1816, an port of captured slaves during the act of the 46th year of his present period of adjudication.

Majesty's reign, for granting an An act for the better protection additional bounty on the exportaof the trade of the United King- tion of the silk manufactures of dom during the present hostilities Great Britain. with France.

An act for charging an addiAn act to extend the exemption tional duty on certain seeds imgranted by law on coals and culm, ported. for which the coast duties have An act to authorize the directors heen duly paid, on being again general of inland navigation in exported and carried to any place Ireland to proceed in carrying on in this kingdom, to cinders or and completing the canal from coked coals burnt from pit-coal, Dublin to Tarmonbury on the which has paid the coast duties. river Shannon.

An act to continue, until the An act to repeal the bounties Ist day of August, 1816, two acts payable in Ireland on the exporof the 50th and 45th years of his tation of certain calicoes and cotpresent Majesty, allowing the tons. bringing of coals, culm, and cin- An act for repealing the Stamp- . ders to London and Westminster, duties on deeds, law proceedings, by inland navigation.

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struments, and the duties on fire shall be equivalent to the duty on insurances, and on legacies and the beer lost; and to the duties on successions to personal estate, the malt and hops expended in upon intestacies, now payable in the production of the beer so lost. Great Britain ; and for granting An act to amend an act made in other duties in lieu thereof. the 48th year of his present Ma

An act for repealing the Stamp- jesty, to improve the land revenue office duties on advertisements, of the Crown, so far as relates to almanacks, newspapers, gold and the Great Forest of Brecknock, in silver plate, stage coaches, and the county of Brecknock; and for licences for keeping stage coaches, vesting in his Majesty certain now. payable in Great Britain ; parts of the said forest, and for and for granting new duties in enclosing the said forest. lieu thereof.

An act to authorize the apAn act for granting an addi- pointment of commissioners for tional sum of money for providing erecting an harbour for ships to a suitable residence and estate for the eastward of Dunleary, within the Duke of Wellington and his the port and harbour of Dublin. heirs, in consideration of the emi- An act to remove certain diffi. nent and signal services perform- culties in the disposition of copy. ed by the said duke to his Majesty hold estates by will. and the public.

An act to enable his Majesty, An act for granting to his Ma- until six weeks after the comjesty certain sums out of the re- mencement of the next session of spective Consolidated Funds of Parliament, to regulate the trade Great Britain and Ireland, and and commerce carried on between for applying certain monies there his Majesty's subjects and the inin mentioned for the service of habitants of the United States of the year 1915; and for further America. appropriating the supplies grant- An act for better regulating the ed in this session of Parliament. practice of apothecaries through

An act for enabling his Majesty out England and Wales. to grant to John Francis Erskine An act for exonerating the esof Mar, Esq. and his heirs and tates and effects of the late Sir assigns, the feu duties and quit James Colebrooke, the late Sir rents arising in the lordship of George Colebrooke, Arnold NesStirling, in discharge of a debt of bitt, Sir Samuel Fludyer, Adam greater value created upon the said Drummond, and Moses Franks, feu duties by a grant from his and of their sureties, from all Majesty King George the Ist. claims and demands whatsoever

An act for allowing Henry in respect of any contracts enterMeux, Thomas Starling Benson, ed into with his Majesty's GovernFlorance Thomas Young, Richard ment. Latham, and John Newberry, to An act for enabling his Mafesty hrew, duty free, a quantity of to raise the sum of six millions strong beer, the duty on which for the service of Great Britain.

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