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allotted out of the Wages or Pay of every such Petty Officer, Seaman, or Landman, Non-commissioned Officer of Marines or Marine, Thall be paid to the Person or Persons entitled to receive the same, by the Receiver. General of the Land Tax of any County, Riding, or City, or by the Coilector of the Customs for any Port, or by the Collector of Excise for any Collection in Great Britain, neare it to the Place of Residence of the Person or Persons lo entitled to
receive the said Sums fu allotted to them as aforesaid. Allotments may
XIV. And be it further enact:d, That it shall be lawful for any be revoked.
Warrant Officer, Petty Officer, Staman, or Marine, to revoke any Allotment he shall make under the Authority of this A&, provided he shall have the Consent of the Capiain or other Commanding Officer of the Ship in which he is serving for doing so; and on Notice to the proper Officer in the Navy Office of such Revocation, figned by any such Warrant Officer, Petty Officer, Seaman, or Marine, attefted by the Captain or other Commanding Officer, the Proportion of Wages which had been allotted shall be no longer paid or payable to the Father or Children respectively.
XV. ' And whereas by the before recited Act passed in the • Thirty-first Year of the Reigo of His late Majelty King George • the Second, and in the Thirty-second Year of the Reign of His
present Majesty, for explaining and amending the same, Inferior • Officers and Seamen, and Non-commissioned Officers of Marines and • Marines, in certain Cases therein mentioned, are empowered to
? remit their Wages to certain Relations therein also mentioned;' Be For regulating it further enacted, That in the Cases specified in the said laft-mentioned Remittal of Ad, every Petty Officer and Seaman, Non-commissioned Officer of Wages under Marines and Marine, shall be entitled to remit his Wages to any 31 G.2.c.10.
Child or Children of the Age of Eighteen Years and upwards, $ 14. (and 32 G.3.c.33.) agreeably to the Directions of the said A&s, to be payable in the to Children. same Manner as is prescribed in the said Acts, and under the same
Forms, Limitations, and Reftri&tions as are therein contained for the Remittance and Payment of Wages to other Relations; and in case the said Child or Children shall not be of the Age of Eighteen Years, the Remittance shall be made to some fit Person or Persons inhabiting the Parish where such Child or Children may refide, for the Use and Benefit of such Child or Children, who shall be approved by the Minister and Church wardens or Church warden, Elders or Elder of
such Parish. Promotion
XVI. And be it further enacted, That from and after the palling Tickets shall be of this AG, when and so often as any Petty Officer of Seaman, Nonmade out, &e. in in like Manner
commissioned Officer of Marines or Marine, serving on board any Ship as Foreign or Vefsel in the Service of His Majesty, his Heirs or Succeffors, shall remove Tickets, be promoted by any Commander in Chief, while such Sbip or Vessel under 32 G. 3.
shall be abroad, to be either a Lieutenant, Sub-Lieutenant, Mafter, é. 33. $ 7. &c.
Second Mater, Surgeon, Afliftant Surgeon, Boatswain, Gunner, Carpenter, Purler, or a Commissioned Officer of Marines, then and in either of such Events, the Captaio or Commauding Officer of the Ship or Vefsel in which the Petty Officer or Seaman, or Non-com. missioned Officer of Marines or Marine shall be serving at the Time of such Promotion, shall at the same Time make out or cause to be made out, a Ticket for the Wages or Pay due to such Petty Officer or Seaman, Non-commiffioned Officer of Marines or Marine, certifying thereon that the Perfon therein named has beca actually promoted to
the Station therein mentioned, and deliver such Ticket to him, which Ticket Ahall be called “ a Promotion Ticket," and shall be made out in the same Form, and consist of the same Particulars as are prescribed by the faid latt-mentioned A&. passed in the Thirty-second Year of the Reign of His present Majetty, in regard to Foreign remove Tickets, and shall be paid in the fame Manner as the said Foreign remove Tickets are therein required to be paid ; and it shall be lawful to and for every Petty Officer or Scaman, Non-commissioned Officer of Marines or Marine, who shail obtain such Promotion Ticket, to sell and transfer the same by Indorsement thereof; and the said Promotion Tickets so sold and transferred, shall be paid to the Indorsee thereof, in the Manner prescribed for the Payment of the said Foreign remove Tickets, in and by the said latt-mentioned Act, paffed in the Thirty-second Year of the Reign of His present Majefty; and the Signature for Receipt of the Person to whom such Promotion Ticket shall have been made payable by Indorsement, shall be a fufficient Voucher to the Treasurer of the Navy, for the Payment of the Wages due on such Promotion Ticket.
XVII. · And whereas the Regulations in the before recited Aets Penalty on
passed in the Twenty-lixth and Thirty-second Years of the Reign Proctor deliver• of His present Majesty, respecting the Transmission to the Treasurer ing Probates, • of the Navy, of all Letters of Administration, Probates of Wills, or but the 'Trea
&c. to any Person • Letters of Administration with Will annexed, of or to any Petty furer, &c. of the • Officer or Seaman, Non-commissioned Officer of Marines or Marine, Navy, and on
have not been found effectual;' Be it further enacted, That from Agents paying and after the passing of this A&, if any Proctor, Registrar, or other Prize' Money of Officer of any Ecclefiaftical Court, Mall deliver or caule to be delivered
contrary to any Letters of Adminiftration, Probate of Will, or Letters of Ad- Directions of ministration with Will annexed, to any other Peison or Persons than 26 G. 3. c. 63. 'the Treasurer or Pavmaster of His Majeity's Navy, in the Manner $ 7, 8, &c. and directed by the said Two last mentioned Acts, such Proctor, Registrar 32 G. 3. C. 34. or other Offiser of such Ecclefiaftical Court so offending, shall for $22, &c. every such Offence forfeit the Sum of One hundred Pounds, to the Use of the Royal Hospital for Samen at Greenwich; and if any Agent or Agents shall pay any Prze-Money due to a deceased Petly Officer or Seaman, Non-commissioned Officer of Marines or Marine, under any other Authority whatever than the Check directed by the faid Acts to be issued by the said Inspector or Person authorized to officiate for him, such Payment shall be null and void ; and the Agent or Agents, so paying the same, shall forfeit for every and each such Offence, a Sum of Money equal to the Amount of the Prize Money so paid by him or them, to the Use of the said Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich.
XVIII. And be it further enacted, That all Penalties and For. Recovery of feitures by this Ad imposed, shall be recovered with full Cofts of Suit Penalties. by Action of Debt, Bill, Plaint, or Information, in any of His Majesty's Courts of Record in Great Britain, and be sued for in the Names of the Commissioners and Governors of the Royal Hospital at Greenwich.
facture, and to amend other Acts relating to the faid
[15th June 1809.] HEREAS certain Acts and Parts of Acts heretofore made
. making and selling of Woollen Cloth, are at this Day not only un.
necessary, but if enforced might be extremely injurious; and it is The following
• therefore expedient to repeal the same ;' Be it therefore enacted, A es repealed, by the King's moft Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and vjz.
Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament affcmbled, and by the Authority of the fame,
That a certain A&t made in the Second Year of King Edward the 2 E. 3. C. 14. Third, intituled, The Measure and Affice of [Clobs of} Ray and of 13 R. 2. ft. 1. Colour ; another Act made in the Thintrerith Year of King Richard
the Second, intituled, The Cloths of certain Counties tacked and folded,
fall not be put to Sale before they be opened ; another Act made in the 17 R. 2. c. 2. Seventeenth Year of King Richard the S:cond, intituled, Every Perfon
may make Cloth of what Length and Breadth he will; another Aq made 11 H. 6. c. 9. in the Eleventh Year of King Henry the Sixth, intituled, of what
Length and Breadth Cloths called Streits shall be; another Act made 7 E. 4. c. 2. in the Seventh Year of King Edward the Fourth, intituled, For
Cloths made in the Hundreds of Lifton, Tavistock, and Rowburgh,
in Devonshire ; another Ad made in the Firft Year of King Richard 1 R. 3. c. 8.
the Third, intituled, The Length and Breadth of Cloths, and the Order of dying them and Wools, the Ability of the Aulneger, and what Cloths
he may seal; another Act made in the Fifth Year of King Henry the 5 H. 8. c. 2. Eighth, intituled, An A8 for the true making of Cloths in Deron 6 H. 9. c. 8.
called White Straits ; another A&t made in the Sixth Year of King Henry the Eighth, intituled, An fa concerning the making of certain
Woollen Cloths in the County of Devon ; another Act made in the Sixth 6 H. ,. c. 9.
Year of the Reign of King Henry the Eighth, int tuled, An Aa to avoid Deceits in making of Woollen Cloths; another AA made in the
Twenty-fifth Year of King Henry the Eighth, intituled, An Aa for 25 H. 8. c. 1$.
Clothier's in Worcestershire; another AA made in the Twenty-seventh 27 H. 8. c 12.
Year of King Henry the Eighth, intituled, The Aa for the true 33 H. o. c.
making of Cloth; another Act made in the Thirty-third Year of King
Henry the Eighth, intituled, The Bill for folding of Cloths, in North 3 & 4 E. 6. c. 2. Wales; another A& made in the Third and Fourth Years of King
Edward the Sixth, intituled An Aa for the true making of Woollen 38 6 E. 6. c. 6. Cloths; another Ad made in the Filth and Sixth Years of King
Edward the Sixth, intituled, An Ad for the true making of Woollen
Cloth; another Ad made in the Fifth and Sixth Years of King Edward 3&6E. 6.c. 22. the Sixth, intituled, An Aa for putting down of Gig Mills; another
A& made in the First Year of Queen Mary, intituled, An Ad touching 1 M. Seff. 3. Cloth making in Corporate Towns and Market Towns; another Act
made in the Second and Third Years of King Philip and Queen 2&3 P. & M.
Mary, intituled, An Ad touching Weavers ; another Ad made in the C. 11. 28 P. & M.
Second and Third Years of King Philip and Queen Mary, intituled, 12. An Aa for the fealing and viewing of Clothes commonly called Bridge.
waters; another A& made in the Fourth and Fifth Year of King 4 & 5 P. & M. Phirp and Queen Mary, intituled, An A& touching the making of Woollen c. 5. Clorbs; another AG made in the Firit Year of Queen Elizabeth, 1 Eliz. c. 14. intituled, An Aa for the continuing the making of Woollen Clothes in divers
Towns in the County of Elex; another Act made in the Twenty- 23 Eliz. c. 9. third Year of Queen Elizabeib, intituled, An nå for abolishing of certain deceitful Stuff ufed in dying of Cloth, &c.; another Act made in the Twenty-leventh Yrar of Queen Elizabeth, intituled, An AA 27 Eliz. c. 17. touching the Breadth of White Woollen Clothes made within the Counties of Wilts, Gloucester, Somerset, and Oxon, &c.; another Act made in the Twenty-seventh Year of Queen Elizabeth, intituled, An AA 27 Eliz. c. 16. concerning the making of Woollen Clothes in the Counties of Devon and Cornwali, called Plain White Straight and Pinned White Straight; another Act made in the Thirty-fifth Year of Queen Elizaleth, in. 35 Eliz. c. 9. tituled, An da touching the Breadth of Plunkets, Azures and Blues, and other coloured Clothes made within the Counties of Somerset and elsewhere of like making ; another A& made in the 'Thirty-fifth Year 35 Eliz. c. 10. of Queen Elizabeth, intituled, An Aa for the Reformation of fundry Abuses in Clothes, called Devonshire Kerties or Dozens, according to a Proclamation of the Thirty fourth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lady the Queen that now is; another Act made in the Thirty-ninth 39 Eliz. c. 20. Year of Queen Elizabeth, intituled, An Ad against the deceitful stretching and tentering of Northern Cloth ; another Act passed in the Forty-third 43 Eliz. c. 10. Year of Queen Elizabeth, intituled, An An for the true making and working of Woollen Clothes ; another Ad made in the Fourth Year of 4 Jac. 1. c. 2. King James the Firft, intituled, An As for the true making of Woollen Cloth; another Ac in made the Twenty-first Year of King James the 21 Jac. 1. c. 18. Firit, intituled, An An for Continuance of a former na made in the Fourth Year of the King's Majesty's Reign of England, &c. intituled, An Ad for the true making Woollen Cloths, and for some Additions and Alterations in and to the fame ; another Act made in the Seventh Year 7 Anne, c. 18. of Queen Anne, intitulco, An Aa for the better ascertaining the Lengths and Breadths of Woollen Cloth made in the County of York; another AA made in the Tenth Year of Queen Anne, intituled, An Aa for 10 Anne, c. 16. regulating, improving, and encouraging the Woollen Manufa&ture of mixt or medley Broad Cloth, and for the better Payment of the Poor employed therein ; and another Act made in the First Year of the Reign of 1 G. vol. 2. King George the First, intituled, An Aa to make an Ax of the Tenth c. 15, Year of Her late Mojefly, intituled, An Aa for regulating, improving, and encouraging of the Woollen Manufa&ture of mixt or medley Broad Cloth, and for the better Payment of the Poor employed therein, more effe&tual for the Benefit of Trade in general; and also to render more effeclual an da of the Seventh Year of Her faid Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Aa for the better ascertaining the Lengths and Breadth of Woollen Cloth made in the County of York ; shall be and the fame are hereby repealed.
II. And be it further enacted, That so much of a certain other parts of certain A& passed in the Twenty-seventh Year of King Edward the Third, Statutes intituled, The Aulnegers Fees for every Cloth fold, Cloths shall be fealed repealed, viz. before they be put to Sale, a Subsidy granted to the King of every Cloth fold, 27 E. 3. It. a. as directs that Cloths shall be sealed before they be put to Sale: And C. 4. so much of a certain other Act made in the Fourth Year of King 4 E. 4.c. 1. Edward the Fourth, intituled, The Length and Breadth of Cloths made to be fold, no Cloths wrought beyond Sea ball be brought into England, as direas that every whole Woollen Cloth, called Broad Cloth, and
all Manner of Cloths called Streits, and every Cloth called Kersey, which shall respe&ively be made and set to Sale shall be of certain specified Lengths and Breadthe respectively, with a certain Provision in a Case where the Cloth fhall exceed the limited Measure, and that every Half Cloth of every of the said Whole Cloths, Streits and Kerfeys, shall keep his Measure in Length and Breadth, according to the Rate, Form, and Nature, of his Whole Cloth aforesaid; and that no Person which shall make any Woollen Cloth to fell, shall mingle or put in or upon the same Cloth, nor the Wool whereof the said Cloth shall be made, any Lambs' Wool, Flock or Cork in any Manner, under the Penalty therein mentioned, except in particular Cases; and that every of the faid Cloths and Halt Cloths shall perfe&tly and rightly pursue and follow one Order of Workmanship from one End to the other, without Difference in the weaving, fulling, knotting, or burling ; and that certain Seals shall be nfed and let upon the said Cloths for the Purpose of denoting the Workmanship, Length, Breadth, comparative Size and other distinguishing Qualities for the several Sorts of Cloth, and that Keepers of the said Seals shall be appointed and shall perform certain Duties, and such Keepers and Aulnegers shall be subject to Penalties for Offences therein men. tioned ; and that Cloth-makers shall pay to Labourers in the faid Trade lawful Money for their Wages, and shall deliver Wools to be wrought according to the faithful Delivery and due Weight thereof, under the Penaltes therein mentioned ; and that every Carder, Spintter, Weaver, Fuller, Sheerman and Dyer, fhall duly perform his Duty in his Occupation; and that every Fuller, in his Craft and Occupation of Fulling, rowing, or tayfelling, of Cloth, fall exercise and ule Tayfells and no Cards deceitfully imparing the same Cloth; and the Justices of Peace and certain orher Magiftrates shall have Power to hear and determine certain Complaints of every such Clothmaker and Labourer, and shall exercise their Jurisdi&tion in that Behalf in the Manner therein specified, and that such Justices or Magistrates shall have Jurisdiction over Persons offending against that Ordinance, and that such Persons shall be subject to a Forfeiture, and that such Juftices or Magiftrates shall have certain Powers for exercising their
Jurisdiction in that Behalf: And so much of a certain other A& made 5 Eliz. C. 4. $ 2. in the Fifih Year of Queen Elizabeth, intituled, An Ad containing
divers Orders for Artificers, Labourers, Servants of Husbandry, and Apprentices, as directs, that no Person shall be detained, hired, or taken into Service to work for any less Time than for One whole Year in any of the Sciences, Crafts, Myiteries, or Arts of Clothiers, Woollen Cloth Weavers, Tuckers, Fullers, Cloth workers, Sheermen, or Dyers of Wool or Woollen Cloth; and that every Person being unmarried, and every other Person being under the Age of Thirty Years, and having been brought up in any of the said Arts, Crafts, or Sciences, or that hath used or exercised any of them by the Space of Three Years or more, and not having Real or Personal Property of a certain specified Value, nor being retained with any person in Husbandry, or in any of the Arts and Sciences according to that Statute, nor in any other Art or Science, nor in Household, or in any Office with any Nobleman, Gentleman, or others, according to the Laws of this Realm, nor having a convenient Farm or other Holding in Tillage whereupon he may employ his Labour, shall upon Request made by any Person using the Art or Mystery wherein the said. Person to