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“ upon such Account, shall be deducted from the firft Aflessment
“ under this Act. § 44. Saving of $ 21. XLV. And be it enact:d, That so much of the said recited A& as and 22. of
relates to the Qualification and Appointment of Deputy-Lieutenants 43 G. 3. c. 89. in the Counties of Bute and Sutherland, and also so much of the
faid Act as prevents a Substitute from being received for ballotted Man in the Militia of Scotland, which Subtitute shall have more than Two lawful Children at the Time he shall be produced to be enrolled, shall not be repealed, but such Act, so far as regards the same, shall
remain in force in the same Manner as if this Act had not been made: No Allowance Provided always, that no Allowance under this Act shall be ordered to Substitutes
to be paid to the Family of any Subtitute, hired Man, or Volunteer having more than Iwo Chil
to be enrolled after the passing of this Act, who shall at the Time of dren, &c. his Enrolment have more than Two lawful Children, or who shall have
fraudulently represented and declared that he had no Wife at the
a Wife or Family in a State of Indigence.
1. Where the Wife is living. I
A. B. a Militia Man serving in [Specify the Corps] do declare,
That C. D. is my lawful Wife, and has been so since the
and that I have by the said C. D. [One,
That C. D. deceased, lately residing [Specify where] was my
CERTIFICATE by Commanding Officer. 1. Where the Militia Man is not a Subtitute, hired Man, or Volun.
teer, or being a Subtitute, hired Man, or Volunteer, was married
previous to the Time at which he was called out to actual Service. I E. F. commanding the [specify the Regiment] do certify, That Day of
A. B. a Militia Man serving in the said Regiment for the Parish of
in the County or Stewartry of
[Specify whether a ballotted Man, cr a Substi:ute, bired Man, and if a Subtitute, for whom serving, and for what Parish or Place] came before me, and made the Declaration hereunto annexed. Witness my Hand this Day of
2. Where the Militia Man, being a Substitute, hired Man, or Volun
teer, was married subsequent to the Time at which he was ca
out into actual Service. I E. F. commanding the [Specify the Regiment] do certify, That Day of
A. B. a Subttitute, hired Man, or Volunteer [as the Case may be] serving in the said Regiment for the Parish of
in the County [or, Stewartry) of
was married upon the Day of
with the Consent of [Specify Name] then com nanding Officer of the said Regiment (certified under the Hand of the said Comınanding Officer previous to the Marriage) to [Specify the Name of the Wife, and the Parish or Place where she now relides] : And I further certify, That the said A. B. came before me, and made the Declaration hereunto annexed. Witness my Hand this Day of
SCHEDULE (C.) CERTIFICATE by the Minister, Kirk Seslion, Commissioners of
Supply, or other Person. WE A. B. Minifter of the Parish of
and C. D. E. F. and G. H. Members of the Kirk Session thereof, do hereby certify, That in consequence of a Declaration and Certificate transmitted to the said Murter, pursuant to an Ad passed in the Forty-ninth Year of the Reign of His present Majetty, intituled, [Here insert the Title of this Aa] We did inquire into the Situation of [ mention Wite or Children] and found her Cor, them] to be unable to maintain herself (or themselves] by reason [state the Reason] and we also inquired whether the Wife had departed from her Home or Place of Residence specified in the said Declaration, and found that she had not done so, (or that she had done so with the Permission and upon a Certificate thereof, in the Manner provided by the faid Act) and we reported tliese Things to [mention Name of Juttice, Heritor, Person or Magistrate] of which he alio fatisfied himself. In Witnels whereof the said (Justice, Heritor, Person, or, Magiftrate] has with us set his Hand bereto this Where the Wife or Children thall be enabled to maintain themselves with a smaller Allowance than the full Rate, then after P 3
the Reason of Inability, these Words will follow :~" But we found that upon receiving an Allowance of
per Week, such Wife or Children will be able to maintain themselves."
SCHEDULE (D.) ORDER to be made by a Justice of the Peace for Payment of
Allowances. I 4.B. One of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County [or, Stewartry) of
in consequence of a Certificate produced to me, of which a Copy is annexed, do hereby order (mention Name of Kirk Treasurer or Minister, and Kirk Seffion] of the Parish of (mention Parish] to pay to the therein named (mention Name of Wife or Children] a Weekly Allowance of to the said (Wife) and
for each of the said (Children.) For which this Order shall be a sufficient Authority. Witness my Hand at this
SCHEDULE (E.) An ACCOUNT shewing the Amount and Rate of Affefsments made this Day of
pursuant to Act Forty-ninth George III. Cap. I. For the Amount of Allowances paid to Families residing £.
d in this County or Stewartry of Militia Men serving for
this County or Stewartry
or Stewartries (viz. specify the Counties] to Families
1. To Oficers, specifying to whom
5. Amount of valued Rent within the County [or. r. d.
Stewartry] 2. Amount of Rents of Houses £
Rate of Assessment: .
on each £100. of valued Rent
Houfes, according to the lateft Allefiment
SCHEDULE (F.) REGISTER of Substitutes, hired Men, and Volunteers, belonging to the
Regiment of [describe the Regiment] married with the Consent of the Colonel or Commanding Officer.
Name of For what Name of Su! ftitute,&c. Parith serving. Woman.
Officer by whom granted.
Date of Marriage.
SCHEDULE (G.) REGISTER of Declarations made by Militia Men serving in the Regiment
[describe the Regiment] and of Certificates granted by the Commanding Officer, to enable their Wives and Families to receive the Allowances granted by AA 49 Geo. Ill. Cap.
Name of Declarant.
Parish for which serving.
their Child Name of
or Children Wife,
under Ten Years.
Where Date of To whom When residing. Certificate. transmitted. transmitted.
CA P. XCI.
[10th June 1809.] HEREAS by a Statute made in the Eighth Year of the 8 R. 2. c. 27
, • Things enacted, That no Man of Law shall from thenceforth be • Justice of Affizes in his own Country: And whereas by an AA • made in the Thirty-third Year of King Henry the Eighth, intituled, • An Aa that none sball be Juffice of Alize in his own Country, it is 33 Hen. 8. c. 24; • enacted, That no Juftice nor other Man learned in the Laws of (See Stat. • this Realm fhall use nor exercise the Office of Justice of Aflize 12 G. 2. c. 27. • within any County where the said Justice was born or doth inbabit : of Oyer and • And whereas a Compliance with the aforesaid Provisions has been Žerminer.) • attended with very great Iliconveniences; for Remedy whereof," be it enacted by the King's most Excelent Majesty, by and with
the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and
Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority Any Justice of of the same, That it shall and may be lawful from Time to Time and either Bench at all Times hereafter, to and for the Chief Justice and Justices of or Baron of the either Bench, and to and for the Chief Baron and other Barons of the Exchequer, or
C-urt of Exchequer, and to and for any other Person or Persons other Persons appointed, may
learned in the Law, who shall be appointed Juftice or Justices of be Justices of Aslize in arly County or Counties within that Part of Great Britain Allize in any
called England, to uie and exercise the Office or Offices of Justice or County although Juftices of Allize, and to act under any Commission of Nisi Pius in any they were born
such County or Counties, notwithstanding they or any of theni shail or do inhabit therein.
have been born or do inhabit within any such County or Counties; and that they shall not be liable for so doing to any Forfeiture or Penalty whatsoever, any Thing in the said recited Laws or either of them, or any other Law, Cultom, or Usage to the contrary in anywise not withitanding.
Service of Great Britain for the Year One thousand eight
[roth June 1809.] HEREAS it is + xpedient that a part of the Loan or Loans • and also the Sum of Seven millioos nine hundred and thirty.two • thousand one hundred Pounds in Exchequer Bills, tunded pursuant sto an A&t of this S-lion of Parliament, nould be charged upon
the several Duties granted to His Majelty during the Continuance • of the present War, and until certain Periods after the Ratitication 6. of a Definitive Treaty of Peace, except the Duties granted by 23 • Act of the Forty fixth Year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled, An • Aa for granting to His Nicjesty during the present War, and until the • Sixth Day of April next after the Ratification of a Definitive Treaty
of Peace, further additional Rates and Duties in Great Britain on the i Rates and Duties on Profits erising from Property, Profellions. Trades, • and Offices ; and for repealing an da passed in the Forty-fifth Year of • His present Mrjolly for reped'ing certain Parts of an dit made in the 'Fortythird Year of Hs projent Majefly, for granting a Contribution • on the Profits arising from Property. Profesionis, Trades, and Offices
, and to consolidate and render more affeauai the Provifions for colleaing 'the fuid Duties: And Whereas the levera. Duties of Excise gravted
to His Majelty by an Act past d in the Forty third Year of His • prefent Mjeltv'a' Reign, intituled. An Aa for granting to His
Majesty, until Twelve Months after the Ratification of the Definitive
Treaty of Peace, certain additional Duties of Excise in Great Britain; • and by another Act paffd in the Forty-sixth Year of His prefent Majelty, intituled, An Aå for granting to His Majelly, until Twelve
46 G. 3. C. 65.
43 G.3. c. 81.
46 G. 3, C. 39.