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such Church or Chapel, under or by virtue of any such Ad or Acts as
aforesaid. On Certifcate to
IV. And be it further enacted, That a Certificate Gigned by the the Ordinary,
of fuch Affefsments,
Churchwardens, or Two Proteftant Inhabitants of any such Parish or &c. Trustces thali Piace, that such Assessment had been made in and for such Parith or advance the Place, shall be forth with transmitted to the Ordinary of the Diocese; Money required. and upon such Certificate, together with the Approbation of the said
Ordinary, being by the said Ordinary transmitted to or laid before the said'Truftees and Commissioners of First Fruits, it shall and may be lawful for the said Trustees and Commissioners forthwith to advance and pay to the Persons applying under the said recited Aa, out of any Monies or Funds entrusted to the Care of the said Truttees and Commissioners such Sum or Sums of Money as they shall have previously fignified to be in their Opinion fit and proper to be applied in the Erection or building of any such Church or Chapel respectively, in
Manoer berein-before mentioned. Instalments thall V. And be it further enacted, That all and every such Initalment be received by and Sum or Sums of Money so to be raised by any such Parish or Charchwarlens, Place as aforesaid shall be paid to the Churchwordens of such Panih and then paid to Truftecs, and
or Place, and shall by such Church wardens, within Twenty-one Days thence to the after the First Day of July in every Year, be paid to the said Truttees Treasury, &c. and Commissioners of Firit Fruits; and in case the Money so advanced
by such Trustees and Commissioners shall have been advanced by the mi out of any Money advanced to them by the Lord High Treasurer or Commissioners of the Treasury of Ireland, such Sum and Sums of Money fhall, by the said Trustees and Commissioners, be paid into the Receipt of the Exchequer of Ireland, within One Month after the Receipt thereof, by the said Trustees and Commiffioners; and such Money may be again advanced to the said Trustees and Commiflioners by ebe said Lord High Treasurer or Commissioners of the Treasury for the purposes of the said recited A&, in Manoer and under the
Regulations mentioned and contained in the said recited Ad. On Failure of
VI. And be it further enacted, That in case Default shall be made Payment of in the railing or Payment of the said Inlialments, or Sum or Sunis Inštalments, of Money, or any of them, by the said Parish or Place, or by the said within 21 Days Churchwardens, to the said Trustees and Commiffioners of Furst Fruits, of 21st of July
and any fuch Inftalment or Sum or Sums of Money fhall be behind yearly, the Bishop may
and unpaid, and not duly raised, paid, and satisfied to the said Truttees appoint a
and Commissioners, before the Expiration of Twenty-one Days after Person to levy
the Fırft Day of July, in any Year wherein the fame ought to be so the same, with paid as aforesaid ; it shall and may be lawful for the Bishop of the bol. per cent. Diocese in which such Parish or Place hall be fituate, and he is hereby additional.
authorized and required to nominate and appoint fome fit and proper Person or Persons to levy such Initalment or Sum or Sums of Money as shall be fo due and unpaid, together with Interest for the fame, at and after the Rate of Sx Pounds per Centum per Annum, from the Day on which the same ought to have been paid, until the same shall be actually paid, and a further Sum after the Rate of Ten Pounds per Centum on the Amount of such Inftalment, or Sum of Money to payable, which said Sum after the Rate of Ten Pounds per Centum, Thall and may be received and retained by such Person or Persons so to be nominated and appointed, for his or their Pains and Trouble, in levying and recovering of the said Ioftalmept, and all and every person or Persons who shall be fo nominated and appointed
for the purpose aforesaid, shall have, use, and exercise, all such Powers
VIII. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful The Lord for the Lord Lieutenant, or other Chief Governor or Governors of Lieutenapt may
direct the Ireland from T:me to Time to dire& the Commissioners for executing
Treasury to the Office of Lord High Treasurer of Ireland, to raise and borrow by borrow 50,000 1. Treasury Bills, at an Intereft of Five Pounds per Centum, any Sum or by Treasury Sums of Money, not exceeding in the whole the Sum of Fifty thou. Bills, to be paid fand Pounds, to be paid to the said Commiffioners and Truitees of 10 Board of
First Fruits for First Fruits to be by chem applied in Loans towards the building or
building and re-building of Churches and Chapels in Ireland, in such Manner as re-building th uld be directed by Parliament, and the said Sum of Fifty thousand Churches, so Pounds Mhall be and the same is hereby granted to and velted in His Majesty, to be applied from Time to Time to the Purposes of the faid recited AA of the Forty-eighth Year aforesaid, and this Act; a dhat, for the railing of the said Sum of Fifty Thousand Pounds, it shall and may be lawfiil for the Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord High Treasurer of Ireland for the Time being, in confequence of any such Direction from the Lord Lieutenant or other Chicf Governor or Governors of Ireland, to raise and borrow fuch Part of the faid Sum of Fifty thousand Pounds as shall or may be necessary from Time to Time by the issue of Treasury Bills for that Parpost, bearing lotereft at a Rate not exceeding Five Pounds per Centum der Annum, and that the said Sum of Fifty thousand Pounds, or so much thereof as shall from Time to Time be raised and borrowed ás aforefaid. lhali be applied to the Purposes of the said recited Ad and this A&, and shall and may be issued and paid by the said Commuffioners for executing the Office of Lord High Treasurer of Ireland, to che said Trustees and Commissioners of Firft Fruits, to be by them applied in Loans towards the building and re-building of Churches and Chapels in Ireland, according to the Rules, Directions, Provisions, Regulations, and Restrictions contained in the faid recitsd Act of the Forty-eighth Ycar aforesaid, and this Act.
CAP. CIV. An Act to amend several Acts made in the Parliament of Ireland, for granting Life Annuities with Benefit of Survivorship.
[15th June 1809.) Irish Act, 13 & 14 G.3.
Ireland, in the several Sessions held in the Thirteenth and C. 5.
• Fourteenth Years, and in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Years, and 15 & 16 G.3.
" in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Years of the Reign of His present &.2. 19 & 20 G. 3. • Majesty, whereby certain Life Annuities were granted with Benefit c. 2. for granting · of Survivorship to such Persons as should voluntarily subscribe to. Life Annuities.
• wards raising the several Sums in the said several Aas respectively • mentioned, and it was by the faid recited AAs provided, that in case
any Person who should be entitled to receive any Annuity or Annuities • by the Intent of the said recited Aes, should neglea to demand " the same in Manner required by the said recited Acts for the Space • of Three Years, he or she should for ever lose and forfeit the same, • as if his or her respective Nominee had been dead at the Com• mencement of the said Three Years : And whereas by reason of
• certain Provisions contained in Two AAs passed in the Parliaments 33 G.3. c. 27.
• of Ireland and of Great Britain, in the Thirty.third Year of His 33 G.3. (I.) • present Majesty's Reign, more effe ctually to prevent during the War 6. 1, for
• between Great Britain and France all traitorous Correlpondence preventing
• with, or Aid or Alistance being given to His Majesty's Enemies, traitorous Correspondence.
and in other Acts for the like Purposes, divers of the said Anouities
payable to Persons as well Foreigners as British Subjects residing • in Parts beyond the Seas, may not have been demanded withio the • Time prescribed by the said recited A&ts, for granting Annuities ; • for Remedy whereof,', Be it enacted by the King's moft Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual
and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament afscmbled, Claims of and by the Authority of the fame, That the Claim of all or any Perfons, pre
Person or Persons who by reason of the said recited Aas for the prevented by said
venting of such traitorous Correspondence as aforesaid, skall bave been Acts of 33 G.3. fron applying
prevented from making such Claim, within the Time prescribed by for Payment of the said recited AAs for granting Annuities shall be received, and the Annuities Annuities payable to all or any such Persons or Persoo shall be paid within Three
in like Manner as if such Clzim had been made within the Time preYear3, shall be
scribed by the said recited Acts for granting Annuities, any Thing in received and
the faid recited Ads or any of them to the contrary in anywise notallowed.
49 G. 3. c. 8.
с A P. cy. An Act to continue, until the Twenty-fifth Day of March One
thousand eight hundred and ten, an Act of this present Session of Parliament, to suspend the Importation of British or Irish made Spirits into Great Britain or Ireland respectively.
[15th June 1809.) " Recited At continued till March 25, 1810.
C A Pa CVI.
[15th June 1809.] W a *3 6.8.c.132.
Reign of His present Majelty, intituled An Aa for permitting certain Goods imported into Great Britain to be secured in Warehouses • without Payment of Duty, the Importers, Proprietors, or Consignees • of Goods, Wares, or Merchandize, which have been lodged in any · Warehouse or Warehousus, to be provided according to the Direc. • tions of that AA, or otherwise secured in the Purt of London, are, $29. • within Fifteen Calendar Months to be computed from the Day on • which the Importers, Proprietors, or Confignees shall have made • Their First Entry thereof, io clear and take from and out of such • Warehouses or Places refpe&ively, either for Exportation or to be • consumed in Great Britain, all such Goods, Wares, or Merchandize ; • and Bond is directed to be given to His Majesty for paying the
$3, 4. • Duties upon certain Articles within Twelve Months from the Date • of the First Entry thereof: And whereas it may in certain Cases be • expedient to allow further Time for clearing the said Goods, Wares, • and Merchandize, and tor paying the Duties thereon ;' Be it therefore enacted by the King's moft Excellent 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 of the same, That it shall and may be lawful for the Lord High Treasury may Treasurer, or the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury for permit Goods the Time being, or any Three or more of them, by Warrant under described in
Tables annexed his or their Hand or Hands, to permit and allow any Goods, Wares,
to 43 G. 3. and Merchandize enumerated or described in the Tables annexed to the
c. 132. to remain said recited AA, or which may have been or shall be added to such warehoused Tables by virtue and in pursuance thereof, to remain warehoused in the Port of or otherwise secured, without Payment of the Duty of Customs or London without Excise, for such further Time beyond the said Period of Fifteen Payment of Months as the said Lord High Treasurer, or the said Lords Commis. Period beyond fioners of His Majefty's Treasury, or any Three or more of them, 15 Months. may in their Judgment think reasonable and proper ; and no Bond entered into for the Payment of any such Duties shall be proceeded upon during the extended Period for which any such Goods, Wares, or Merchandize, thall or may be so allowed to remain warehoused or otherwise fecured under the Authority of this A&.
II. · And whereas the Privileges and Advantages of the said A& of the Forty-third Year of the Reign of His present Majesty have • been extended to the Out Ports in pursuance of an Ad of the • Forty-fifth Year of the Reign of His said Maj:fty, inticuled, An 45 G. 3. c. 87. • A8 io authorize the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury to • permit certain Articles to be wareboused in different Ports in Great • Britain, upon giving Security for the Payment of Duties upon the • Articles therein mentioned ; and of another Act of the Forty fixth Year • of the Reign of His faid Majesty, intituled, An Ad to extend the 46 G. 3. c. 137. • Provisions of an Ad made in the Forty-third Year of His present
Majefly, for permitting certain Articles to be warehoused in Great • Britain, io cher Articles not therein mentioned; and to alter the Cor.a • dition of the Bond directed to be given by an Ad of the Twenty-fourth
• rear of His present Majesty, by the Masters and Owners of Veffels • and Boats licensed by the Lords of the Adiniralty; and it is expedient i that the Lord High 'Treasurer or the Lords Commifli »ners of His
Majesty's Treasury should be also empowered to extend the Period
• fór which the Goods may remain bonded and warehoused at such Treasury may
• Out Ports;' Be it therefore enacted, That it shall and may be in like Manner lawful for the said Lord High Treasurer or the fuid Lods Commisextend the fioncrs of H18 Majesty's Treasury for the Time being, or any Three Period for or more of them, bv Warrant as aforesaid, to extend the Period for Goods ware
which any Goods, Wares, or Merchandize, are allowed to be bonded Oul-Pori.
and warehoused at any Out Port of Great Britain ; and no Duties of
CA P. CVII.
Forfeitures, incurred in the British Colonies and Plantations
(15th June 1809.)
housed at any
Trade and Revenue of His Majelte's Colonies and Plan• tations in America, fundry Penalties and Forfeitures are irflicted,
which, by Two Acts, the one passed in the Fourth Year of His 40. . c. 15 • present Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Aa for granting certain Duties
• in the British Colunies and Plantations in America ; for continuing, amending, and making perpetual, an Ad passed in the Sixth Year of the
Reign of His late Majesty King George the Second, (intituled, An Aa * for the better securing and encouraging the Trade of His Majesly's Sugar
Colonies in America ;) for applying the Produce of such Duties, and of • the Duties 10 arise by virtue of the said Aa, towards defraying the
Expences of defending, proteding, and securing the said Colonies and
Plantations ; for explaining an Å& made in the Twenty-fifth Year of the • Reign of King Charles the Second, (intituled, An Aa for the Incom
ragement of the Greenland and Eattland Trades, and for the better fecuring the Plantation Trade ;) and for altering and disallowing several
Drawòracks on Exports from this Kingdom ; and more effectually • preventing the clandestine Conveyance of Goods to and from the said
Colonies and Plantations, and improving and securing the Trade between G.n.6. 22.
• the same and Great Britain ; and the other passed in the Eighth Year • of His present Majesty's Reign, and intituled, An Ad for the more
enly and effettual Recovery of the Penalties and Forfeitures infided by
the Aals of Parliament relating to the Trade or Revenues of the British • Colonies and Plantations in America ; are to be prosecuted, fued for, • and recovered in certain Courts in the said Ads mentioned: And
whereas it is expedient to alter and amend the Provisions of the said . Afts;' Be it therefore cnzded by the King's moft Excellent Maj fty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled,
and by the Authority of the same, That all the Provisions contained Provisions of secited Aets fir in the fard recited A&s, or in any other Aas, as to profecuting, recovering
suirg for, and recovering any Penalties or Forfeitures incurred in the Peralties British Colonies or Plantations in America, under any Law relative to repealed,