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36. An A& to amend an Ad made in the Forty-fifth Year of His
present Majesty, for amending and rendering more effe&tual an Act of the Parliament of Ireland, for ere&ing and establishing Publick Infirmaries or Hospitals.
Page 71 37. An A& for increasing the Rates of Subsistence to be paid to Innkeepers and others on quartering Soldiers.
72 38. An Ad for further continuing until the Twenty-fifth Day of
July One thousand eight hundred and eleven, an Act made in the Thirty.third Year of His present Majefty, for rendering the Pay
ment of Creditors more equal and expeditious in Scotland. Jbid. 39. An Act for making Compensation to the Proprietors of foch
Lands and Hereditaments as have been purchased for better securing His Majesty's Docks, Ships, and Stores, at Portsmouth; and for extending the Lires and Works at Dover; in pursuance of an
A& male in the Forty-sixth Year of His present Majesty. Ibid. 40. An Act to ainend and render more effe ctual an Ac, passed in
the laft Sellion of Parliament, for enabling His Majesty to eitablish a permanent Local Militia Force, under certain Reltrictions, for the Defence of the Realm.
73 41. An Act to amer.d an Ad made in the Forty-eighth Year of
His present Majefty, to provide tha: British Ships captured by the Enemy, becoming the Property of British Subje&s, shall not be entitled to the Privilege of Britisb Ships.
79 42. An A& for better reguia'ing the Publick Records of Scot.
land. 43. An Ad for regulating the Mode in which the Average Price of Brown or Muscovado Sugar, exclusive of the Dury thereon, is to be ascertained under the Provisions of an A&t pafled in the Fortg. fixth Year of His present Majesty.
87 44. An A& to permit Goods brought in as Prize, and restored by lhe Court of Admiralty, or which bave been seized as Droits, and fo reitored, to be sold or transferred within this Kingdom, without paying the Home Censumption Duty.
Ibid. 45: An Act for more convenie:tly paying of Allowancer on the Com. passionate List of the Navy, and of Half Pay to Officers of the Royal Marines.
88 46. An A&t to authorize the principal Officers of the Customs in the
British Colonies and Plantations in America and the West Indies, to
examine Witnefics on O th. 47. An Act to permit certain Articles, the Growth, Production, or Manufacture of Europe, to be ladeo and nipped on board Ships arriving with British North American Produce, and Fish taken by Setelers in the British North American Colonies, at any Port of Europe, in order to be exported to the principal Ports in the British Colonies and Plantations in North America.
94 48. An Act to amend and render more effectual an AA, passed in
the latt Session of Parliament, for enabling His Majetty to establish a permanent Local Militia Force in Scotland, under certain Reftri&tions, for the Defence of the Realm.
96 49. An Act to authorize His Majesty to permit, until the Twentyfifth Day of March One thouland eight hundred ard twelve, any Goods and Commodities to be imported into and exported from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, in any Ship or Vefsel whatsoever.
50. An Ad to amend so much of an A& made in the Thirty-seventh
Year of His present Majesty, for granting to His Majesty certain Stamp Duties, as relates to the Limitation according to which the Discount on Newspapers is regulated.
Page 98 $1. An Ad to continue until the First Day of August One thousand
eight hundred and ten, and amend certain Acts for appointing Commiffioners to enquire into the Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites, and Emoluments received in several Public Offices in Ireland ; to examine into any Abuses which may exist in the same, and into the Mode of receiving, colle&ing, 'issuing, and accounting for public Money in Ireland.
99 52. An AA for raising the Sum of Six Millions, by Exchequer Bills,
for the Service of Great Britain, for the Year One thousand eight
hundred aod nine. 53. An Act for completing the Militia of Great Britain. Ibid. 54. An AA for the Relief of certain Insolvent Debtors in Ireland. 114 55. An Act for re&ifying Mistakes in the Names of the Commisfioners appointed by an Act of the last Session of Parliament for appointing Commissioners for carrying into Execution an Act of this Session of Parliament for granting to His Majesty a Duty on Penfions and Offices in England, and an Ad, made in the Thirtyeighth Year of His prelent Majeity, for granting an Aid to His Majesty by a Land 'Tax to be raised in Great Britain for the Service of the Year One thousand f-ven hundred and ninety-eight, and for appointing other Commissioners together with those named in the first mentioned A4, to put in Execution an Act of this Session of Parliament for continuing to His Majesty certain Duties on Male, Sugar, Tobacco, and Snuff, in Great Britain, and on Penfions, Offices, and Personal Estates in England, for the Service of the Year One thousand right hundred and nine, also the said A&t made in the Thirty-eighth Year of His present Majefty; and for indemnifying such Persons as have acted as Commislioners for exccuting the said Aets.
116 56. An Act for completing the Militia of Ireland. 57. An AA for improving the Quality of Beer in Ireland, by further preventing the Use of unmalced Corn, or of any deleterious or unwholesome Ingredients therein, and for the better securing the Collection of the Malt Duties in Ireland.
Ibid. 58. An Ad to explain and render more effe&tual an Ad passed in
the Parliament of Ireland in the Thirty-fixth Year of His present Majetty's Reign, for the Encouragement and Relief of Friendly Societies.
125 59. An Aą to permit the Trade between Great Britain and the
United States of America to be carried on in Ships or Vessels belonging to the Inhabitants of the said States.
127 60. An A& for allowing the Importation from any Port in Europe or
Africa, of Goods or Commodities the Growth or Produce of any Country, unil Six Months after the Ratification of a Definitive Treaty of Peace.
Ibid. 61. A. A&t for making Sugar and Coffee of Martinique and Marie
galante liable to Duty on Importation as Sugar and Coffee not of the British Plantations.
128 62. An Act to amend several Ads for the Prevention of Smuggling; for better securing the Duties on Coals, Culm, and Cinders; and a 4
for.permitting the Exportation of Salt, Pepper, and Wine from Guernsey or Fersey to Sark, in small Packages.
Page 129 63. An Act for repealing the Duties on the Materials used in making
Spread Window Glass and Crown Glass, and for granting other Duties in lieu thereof, and for the better Collection of the said Duties.
133 64. An Act to amend an A& pared in the last Session of Parliament
for enabling the Commissioners for the Roduction of the National Debt to grant Life Annuities.
144 65. An Act for giving Jurisdiction to Justices of the Peace to hear and
determine Proieculions for Penalties incurred by any Ofence against the Laws relating to the Revenue of Cultoms; and also requiring all Gods, cult omable and not exciscable, seized by any Police or Peace Officer, to be brought to the Cutton-Houte Warehouse in London, within a certai: Period.
146 66. An Act for the Abolition of certain Holidays, and for altering
and extending the Time for ke pinig open the Chief Ofice of Excise.
150 67. An Act to amend an Apaffc? in the Forty-sixth Year of Hs
present Majesty, for the Red motion and Sale of the Land Tax, and to make further Provilon fur exoneracing fixial Livings and Charitable Institutions from the Land Tax.
Ibid. 68. An Act lo explain and amend the Law of Bastardy, so far as relates to indemnif ing Parishes to respect thereof.
152 69. An Act to indemnify Persons who have inadvertently printid, published, or dispersed Paper- or Bioks without a full Difcription of the Place of Abode of the Printers ther, of, from Penaltics incurred under an Act of the Thirty-li!uth Year o: His Majutty's Reign.
150 20. An Act to amend an Ad palled in the Fortv-eighth Yrar of
His present Majefty, to enable His Majesty's Pottmalter General of Ireland to purchase Premises for the Euiargement of the General Post Office in the City of Dublin.
Ibid. 71. An AA for raising the Sum of Fourteen Millions Six hundred thousand Pounds by way of Annuities.
Ibid. 72. An A&t to continue uatil the Twenty-6fth Day of March
One thousand eight hundred and eleven, certain Acts of the Parliament of Ireland, for the linprovement of the City of Dublin, by making wide and convenient Passages through the same, and for regulating the Coal Trade thereof, and for other Purpof-s.
157 73. An Act to grant to His Majesty Duties upon Spirits made or diltilled in Ireland, and upon Britisb Spirits imported into Ireland, and upon Licences to sell Spirituous Liquors in Ireland in Quantities not less than Two Gallons.
Ibid. 74. An Ad to continue until the Fifth Day of July One thousand eight hundred and ten, several Acts for granting certain Rates and Duties, and for allowing certain Drawbacks and Bounties on Goods, Wares, and Merchandize, imported into and exported from Ireland.
153 75. An Act to provide for the better Collection of the Duties and Taxes on Carriages, Servants, Horses, and Dogs, in Irelanck
150 76. An AA for vesting in the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, by Advice of the Privy Council the Power of prohibiting the Exportation
and carrying Coast wise of Gunpowder, Satpetre, Arms, Ammunition, and Naval Stores.
Page 165 77. An A& to amend the several Acts for securing the Duties on Paper made in Ireland.
166 78. An A& for raising the Sum of One Million two hundred and hfry
thousand Pounds, by way of Annuities and Treasury Bills for the Service of Ireland.
167 79. An Act for raising the sum of Five hundred thousand Pounds
by Treasury Bills for the Service of Ireland for the Year One thousand eight hundred and nine.
Ibid. 30 An AA for allowing Dcal:rs to roast their own Coffee on certain Conditions.
168 81. An A&t to amend several Laws of Excise relating to Paper,
Silks, and Salt, and for authoriz.og the Seizure of Utensils in
170 82. An Act to amend several Acts passed in the last and present Seflions of Parliament, relating to th- Local Militia.
175 83. An Act for the Amend:rcni of the Laws now in force in Irelanit, relative to Persons entering into Recognizances in Crimiual Calre,
in Custody under any line, or under fuch Recognizance. 176 84. An Ad for annending the Irish Road Acts.
179 85. An A& for defraying, until the Twenty-fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and ten, the Charge of the Pay and Clothing of the Militia of Ireland; for ho ding Courts Martial on Serjrani M.jirs, Serjeants, Corporals, and Drummers, for Offences commited during the Time such Militia shall not be embodied ; and for making Allowances in certain Cafes to Subaltern Officers of the said Militia during Peace.
189 $6. An Act to make Provision, in certain Cases, for the Wives and
Families of ballotted Men, Subtituies, and Volunteers, serving in the M litia of Ireland.
Ibid. 87. An Adt for defraying the Charge of the Pay and Clothing of the
Militia and Local Militia in Great Britain for the Year One thousand right hundred and niae.
196 $8. An Aet for making Allowances in certain Cases to Subaltern Officers of the Militia
in Great Britain, while diseinbodied. 89. An Act to revive and continue until the Twenty-fifth Day of
March One thousand eight hundred and ten, and amend so much of an Act, made in the Thirty-ninth and Fortiech Year of His present Majesty, as grants certain Allowances to Adjutants and Scrjeant Majors of the Militia of England, disembodied under an Act of the fame Sullion of Parliament.
bid. so. An Art for providing Relief for the Wives and Families of the
Militia M:n in Scotland, when called into actual Service. Ibid. 91. An A& to empower the Judges to try Civil Causis in their own Counties in England.
215 92. An Act for charging the Sum of Eleven Millions, raised for the
Service of Great Britain for the Year One thousand eight hundred and nine, and the Sum of Seven Millions nine hundred and thirtytwo thousand one hundred Pounds in Exchequer Bills, funded pure suant to an Act of this Session of Parliament, upon the Duties granted to His Majesty during the Continuance of the present
War, and for certain Periods after the Ratification of a Definitive Treaty of Peace.
Page 216 93. An Ad to enable the Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury,
to issue Exchequer Bills, on the Credit of such Aids or Supplies as have been or shall be granted by Parliament for the Service of Great Britain, for the Year One thousand eight hundred and nine.
219 94. An AA for graoting to His Majesty a Sum of Money to be raised by Lotteries.
Ibid. 95. An Act for further regulating the Constitution of the Board of Commissioners for auditing the publick Accounts.
221 96. An Ad to provide for a durable Allowance of Superannuation
to the Officers of Excise, under certain Reftritions. 97. An Act for empowering the Board of Ordnance to exchange
Lands at Purfleet, in the County of Elex, for other Lands in the said Parish.
224 98. An A&t for repealing the several Duties of Customs chargeable
in Great Britain, and for granting other Duties in lieu thereof. Ibid. 99. An AA to amend the several Aas for the regulating and securing the Collection of the Duties on Spirits distilled in Ireland ; and for the regulating the Sale of such Liquors by Retail.
388 100. An Act to amend the several Acts for securing the Colle&tion of the Dutirs on Auctions in Ireland.
403 101. An Ad to regulate the Fees payable by Persons charged
with Treason, Felony, and all other Offences, at Affizes and Quarter Sessions in Ireland; and for amending an Act of the Par. liament of Ireland, made in the Thirty-lixth Year of His present Majefty, relating thereto.
404 102. An Act to appoint Commissioners to enquire and examine, until
the First Day of Angust One thousand eight hundred and eleven, into the Nature and Extent of the several Bogs in Ireland, and the Practicability of draining and cultivating them, and the best Means of effecting the fame.
408 103. An Act to amend an AA made in the last Session of Parliament,
for making Provision for the building and re-building of Churches, Chaocis, öni Glebe Houles in Ireland.
410 104. An Ac to amend several Ads made in the Parliament of Ire.
land, for granting Lite Annuities with Benefit of Survivor. fhip.
414 105. An A&t to continue, until the Twenty-fifth Day of March
One thousand eight hundred and ten, an A& of this prefent Seffion · of Parliament, to fusp-nd tbe Importarion of British or Irish made Spiriis into Great Britain or Ireland reipectively.
Ibid. 106. An A&t for allowing farther Time for taking Goods out of Warehouse, and paying Duties thercon.
415 107. An Ad for the more effectual Recovery of Penalties and
Forfe:tures, incurred in the British Colonies and Piantacions in America.
416 108. An Act to amend the several AAs respecting the Payment of
Wages and Prize Money, and Allotment of Wages, to Perfons serving in His Majesty's Royai Navy.
417 109. An Ad to repeal several A&is respecting the Woollen Manu1aQure, and to amend other Acts relating to the said Manufacture;