gistrates cannot be found qualified to grant such Licences.-[12th July
[ No. XU. ] 48 George III. c. 143.–An Act to repeal the Stamp Duties on Li.
cences granted by Justices of the Peace for selling Ale, Beer and other Excise-
able Liquors by Retail; and for granting other Duties in lieu thereof.-[20 July
[ No. XIII. ] 3 George IV. c. 77.–An Act for amending the Laws for regulating
the Manuer of liceusing Alehouses in that part of the United Kingdom called
England, and for the more effectually preventing Disorders therein.-[26th July
[ No. XIV. ] 7 George IV. c. 65.-Au Act to continue until the first day of January
one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, and to the end of the next ses.
sion of Parliament, an Act of the Third Year of his present Majesty, for regu.
lating the manner of licensing Alehouses in England. - [26th May 1826.]..31 m
[ No. XV. ] 7 & 8 George IV. c. 48.-An Act to continue until the first day of
June, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, and from thence to the
end of the then next session of Parliament, an Act of the Third Year of his pre-
sent Majesty, for regulating the manner of licensing Alehouses in England.-
(23d June 1827.]
( No. XVI. ] 9 George IV. c. 46.-An Act to enable certain Hotel-keepers to be
licensed to keep Hotels as Commou loos, Alehouses, and Victualling-houses,
and to sell therein Beer, and other Exciseable Liquors, for the residue of the
present year.[15th July 1828.] ..
[ No. XVII. ] 9 George IV.c. 58.-An Act to regulate the granting of Certificates,
by Justices of the Peace and Magistrates, authorizing persons to keep Common
Ions, Alehouses, aud Victualling-houses in Scotland, in which Ale, Beer, Spi-
rits, Wive, and other Exciseable Liquors may be sold by retail under Excise
Licences; and for the beiter regulation of such houses; and for the prevention
of such houses being kept without such certificate.—[15th July 1828.] ... 31 o
[ No. XVIII.) 9 George IV. c. 61.-An Act to regulate the granting of Licences to
keepers of lons, Alehouses, and Victualling-houses, in England.—[15th July
[ No. XIX. ] 9 George IV. c. 68.–An Act to amend an Act of the Fifth Year of
his present Majesty, for amending the Laws of Excise relating to Retail
Brewers.-[19th July 1828.] .
[ No. 1. ] 5 Eliz. c. 4.-An Act containing divers Orders for Artificers, Labourers,
Servants of Husbandry, and Apprentices
[ No. II. ) 43 Eliz. c. 2.-An Act for the Relief of the Poor .
[ No. III. ] 7. James 1. c. 3.–An Act for the Continuing and better Maintenance
of Husbandry and other manual Occupations, by the true Employment of Mo.
nies given and to be given for the Binding out of Apprentices
( No. IV. ] 8 & 9 William III. c. 30.-An Act for supplying some Defects in the
Laws for the Relief of the Poor of this Kiogdom
[ No. V. ] 2 & 3 Anne, c. 6.-An Act for the Increase of Seamen, and better En-
couragement of Navigation, and Security of the Coal Trade
[ No. VI. ] 20 George II. c. 19.-An Act for the better Adjusting and more easy
Recovery of the Wages of certain Servants; and for the better Regulation of
such Servants, and of certain Apprentices
[ No. VII. ] 6 George Ill. c. 25.-Au Act for better regulating Apprentices, and
Persons working under Contract
(No. VIII. ] | George III. c. 47.-An Act to amend such Part of an Act made in
the Forty-third Year of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, intituled “An Act for the
Relief of the Poor," as relates to the binding of Parish Apprentices .. 52