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of the City of Dublin, by making wide and convenient Passages through the same.
Page 38 u. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One
thousand cight hundred and thirty two, certain Acts of the Parliament of Ireland, so far as the same relate to the Duty on Coals imported into the Harbour of Dublin, and to the regulating the Cual Trade thereof.
39 12. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March
One thousand eight hundred and twelve, an Act for regulating the Drawbacks and Bounties on the Exportation of Sugar from Ireland.
41 13. An Act for further continuing, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and twelve, certain Bounties and Drawbacks on the Exportation of Sugar from Great Britain ; and for suspending the Countervailing Duties and Bounties on Sugar, when the Duties imposed by an Act of the Forty ninth Year of His present Majesty thall be suspended ; and for continuing so much of an Ad of the Twenty seventh Year of His present Majesty as allows a Bounty upon Double Refined Sugar exported, until the Twenty fifth Day of Marcb One thousand eight hundred and thirteen, and so much of the same Act as allows a Bounty on Raw Sugar, exported until the Twenty fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and twelve.
42 14. An Act to continue several Laws relating to the granting a Bounty upon certain Species of Britijl, and Irish Linens exported from Great Britain, and taking off the l'uties on the Importation of Foreign Raw Linen Yarns made of Flax into Great Britain, until the Twenty fifth Day of Alarch One thousand eight hundred and twenty one ; to the prohibiting the Exportation from and permitting the Importation into Great Britain of Corn, and for allowing the Importation of other Articles of Provision without Payment of Duty during the Continuance of the War, and until Six Months after the Ratification of a Definitive Treaty of Peace; and to the permitting the Importation of Tobacco into Great Britain from any Place whatever, until the Twenty fifth
Day of March One thousand eight hundred and twelve. 15. An Act for enabling His Majelty to direct the issue of Exche. quer Bills to a limited Amount, for the purpose and in Manner therein mentioned.
47 16. An Act for granting Annuities to discharge certain Exchequer
Bills. 17. An Act to render valid certain A&ts done for completing the
Regular Militia, and to indennify the Persons concerned therein. 18. A. Ad to indemnify such Persons in the United Kingdom as
have omitted to qualify themselves for Offices and Employments, aud for extending the times limited for those Purposes respectively, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and twelve ; and to permit such Persons in Great Britain as have omitted to make and file Affidavits of the Execution of Indentures of Clerks to Attornies and Solicitors, to make and file the same on or before the First Day of Hilary Term One thousand eight hundred and twelve.
llid. 59. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March
One thousand eight hundred and twelve, an Ad of the Forty fifth Year of His present Majesty, for appointing Commissioners to enquire into the Public Expenditure and the Conduct of the Public Bufinefs in the Military Departments therein mentioned, and to extend the fame to Public Works executed by the Office of Works and others.
Page 77 20. An Act to allow a certain Proportion of the Militia of Great
Britain to enlift annually into the Regular Furces ; and to provide for the gradual Rednexion of the said Militia.
78 21. An Act to explain and amend an Act, passed in the Fiftieth
Year of His Majelty's Reign, intisuled An Aa to direct that Accounts of Increase and Diminution of Public Salaries, Pensions and Allowances, jball be annually laid before Parliament ; and to regulate and corroul ibe Granting and Pay of luch Saluries, Penfions and Allowances ; so far as respects the Grant of Penfions or Allowances by His Majesty to Perlons who previoufly to the paffing of the faid Act had served the Crown in Foreign Courts.
90 32. An Act for raising the Sum of Two Millions five hundred thou.
sand Pounds, by way of Annuities and Treasury Bills, for the Seso vice of Ireland.
91 33. An Act for rendering more effectuat an Act made in the Forty
seventh Year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Aa for the Abolition of the Slave Trade.
Ibid. 24. An Act to repeal so much of an Ad of the Nineteenth Year of His present Majesty, as prevents Malters of Ships removing their Vefsels ont of the Stream, except to the lawful Quays in the Port of London, before the Goods are discharged or their V.flels are cleared by the proper Ofacers in wards or outwards, so far as relates to any Ship or Vellel entered inwards or outwards from or to any Port in Ireland,
96 25. An Act for further continuing, until the Twenty fifth Day of
July One thousand eight hundred and thirteen, an Act made in the Thirty third Year of His present Majesty, for rendering the Payment of Creditors more equal aud expeditious in Scotland.
Frid. 26. An A&t for raising the Sum of Four millions nine hundred eighty
one thousand three hundred Pounds by way of Annuities. 97 27. An Act to explain and amend Two Acts of the Fiftieth and Fifty fi: tt Years of His prefent Majesty, for continui.g certain Duties on Mait, Sugar, Tobacco and Snuff, and other Purposes mentioned in the said Ads.
Itid 28. An Act for increasing the Rates of Subfiftence to be paid to Innkeepers and others on quartering Soldiers.
98 29. An Act for continuing, until the Firkt Day of Auguft_One thousand eight hundred and thirteen, Two Acts of the Forty fifth and Fiftieth Years of His present MajeAy, allowing the bringing of Coals, Culm and Cinders to London and Wejiminler by
Inland Navigation. 30. An Act to amend the several Ads for enabling His Majesty
to accept the Services of Volunteers from the Militia of Irckind. 31. An Act to continue, during the prefeat War and until the Expiration of Six Calendar Manths after the Ratification of a
Definitive Treaty of Peace, and amend an Ac made in the Forty eighth Year of His prefent Majetty, for granting an ad.
ditional Duty on Copper imported into Great Britain. Page 104 32. An Act for the better securing Excileable Goods on board Vessels in the Port of Bristol.
105 33. An Act for repealing so much of Two Acts of the Fourteenth and Twenty fifth Years of His prefent Majesty as relates to weaving Blue Stripes in British Calicoes.
108 34. An Act for continuing the Premiums allowed to Ships employed in the Southern Whale Fishery.
109 35. An A&t to secure to the Bank of Ireland the Repayment of all Monies advanced by them for the Purposes and in the manner
therein mentioned. 36. An Act to facilitate the Execution of Justice within The Cinque
Ports. 37. An Ad further to prevent the Marriage of Lunatics. 38. In Act to protect Masters against Embezzlements by their Clerks and Servants in Ireland.
126 39. An Act to repeal fo much of an Act, passed in the Parliament of Ireland in the Third Year of the Reign of His prefent Majesty, intituled, An Aa for the better Regulation of the Linen and Hemp Manufailures, as takes away the Benefit of Clergy from Felons convicted of stealing Cloth from Bleaching Grounds; and for more effectually preventing fuch Felonies.
Ibid. 40. An Act to explain and amend an Act of the last Session of Par
liament, for repealing certain Parts of several Acts relating to the limiting the Number of Persons to be carried by Stage Coaches in Ireland.
127 41. An Act to repeal fo much of an Act, paffed in the Eighteenth
Year of the Reign of King George the Second, intituled, An AA for the more effeclually preventing the stealing of Linen, Tustiar, and Cotton Goods and Wares, in Buildings, Fields, Grounds and other Places used for printing, whitening, bleaching or drying the same, as takes away the Benefit of Clergy from Persons itealing Cloth in Places therein mentioned; and for the more effectually preventing such Felonies.
131 42. An Act to empower the Lords Commillioners of the Treasury
to exonerate Distillers of Spirits from Sugar, from the Excess of the Duties to which they were liable in consequence of the Expiration of an Act pated in the Forty eighth Year of His prefent Majesty, above the Duties impoled by the faid Act.
132 43. An Act for altering the time at which the additional Duties of Customs imposed by an Act of the last Seffion of Parliament on certain Species of Wood were to have taken place; and for granting a Drawback upon Deals and Timber used in the Mines of Tin, Copper and Lead, in the Counties of Cornwall and Devon.
134 44. An Act for imposing an additional Duty on Linen imported into Great Britain during the Continuance of the prefent War, and for Six Months after the Ratification of a Definitive Treaty of Peace.
136 45. An Act for taking away the public Use of certain Ships' Rooms in the Town of Saint John in the Idland of Newfoundland; and
for inftituting Surrogate Courts on the Coaft of Labrador, and in certain Ilands adjacent thereto.
Page 138 46. An Act to authorize the Officers of the Customs to act for the Suprintendant of Quarantine, and his Afiftant.
139 47. An Act for carrying into Effect the Provisions of a Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation, concluded between His Majetty and His Royal Highness the Prince Regent of Portugal.
Ibid. 48. An Ad to permit Rum and other Spirits, the Produce of the
Brit fb Colonies in the West Indies, to be imported into Lower Canada from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, and the Illands of Cape Breton, Prince Edward and Newfoundland.
144 49. An Act for raising the Sum of Twelve Millions by way of An. nuities.
146 50. An Act to allow a greater Number of Sheep to be carried from England to the Isle of Man than are now permitted by Law.
Ibid. 51. An Act for abolishing the Duties of the Prizage and Butlerage of Wines in Ireland.
Ibid. 52. An Act for explaining and amending an Act passed in the last
Session of Parliament, for confolidating the Duties of Customs for the Isle of Man, and for placing the same under the Management of the Commissioners of Customs in England.
147 53. An Act for railing the Sum of Six Millions, by Exchequer
Bills, for the Service of Great Britain for the Year One thou. fand eight hundred and eleven.
148 54. An Act for raising the Sum of One Million five hundred thousand Pounds, hy Exchequer Bills, for the Service of Great Bri
tain for the Year One thousand eight hundred and elesen. 149 55. An Act for abolishing the Superannuation Fund in the Department of the Customs, and for transferring the fame to the Head of Consolidated Customs, and for authorizing the Payment of all retired Allowances on that Department out of Consolidated Customs.
Ibid. 56. An Act to grant additional Duties of Excife on Tobacco manufactured in Ireland.
150 57. An Act to amend an Act made in the Forty seventh Year of
His present Majesty's Reign, for encouraging the Export of Salted Beef and Pork from Ireland.
152 58. An Act to allow the free Importation between Great Britain
and Ireland of Home-made Chocolate ; to prohibit the Importation of Foreign Chocolate into Ireland so long as the same shall be prohibited in Great Britain ; and to grant certain Duties on Cocoa Nuts imported into Ireland.
Ibid. 59. An Act for granting to His Majesty additional Duties of Excife on Wash and other Liquors used in the Distillation of Spirits ; and on foreign Spirits imported.
154 60. An Act to repeal the Duties of Stamps on Hats made in Ireland,
and on Licences to Persons to manufacture Hats, or to utter or vend Hats in Ireland, and all Regulations for fecuring the said Duties.
-16r 61. An A4 for charging the Sum of Seven Millions five hundred
thousand Pounds, raised for the Service of Great Britain, for the Year One thousand eight hundred and eleven, 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 162 62. An Act to permit Rum and other Spirits, the Produce of the
British Colonies in the Weft Indies, to be imported into Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, and the Illands of Cape Breton, Prince Edward and Newfoundland, from the Island of Bermuda.
165 63. An Act to authorize the Punishment, by Confinement and hard Labour, cf Persons in Ireland liable to Transportation; and to
repeal so much of a former Act as relates to that Subject. 166 64. An Act to enable the East India Company to raise a further Sum of Money upon Bond, instead of increasing their Capital Stock; and to alter and amend an Act, passed in the Forty feventh Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, relative thereto.
170 65. An Act to explain and amend an Ad passed in the Thirty
ninth Year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Aa for the more effe&ual Suppression of Societies eflallished for feditious and treasonable Purposes, and for better preventing treasonable and feditious Practices, so far as respects certain Penalties on Printers and Publishers.
173 66. An Act to amend and render more effectual several Acts for
promoting the Trade of Dublin, by rendering its Port and Harbour more commodious; and for erecting, repairing and maintaining Light Houses round the coast of Ireland, and to raise a Fund for defraying the Charge thereof.
175 67. An Act for repealing the Duties of Customs now payable on the Importation of Hides in the Hair, and granting new Duties in
lieu thereof. 68. An Ad for charging an additional Duty on Verdigris imported. 69. An Act for repealing the Duty on the Materials used in making Flint and Phial Glass; and for granting, until the First Day of August One thoutand eight hundred and twelve, other Duties in lieu thereof; and for continuing and amending an Act passed in the Forty ninth Year of His Majelly's Reign, intituled, An da for repealing the Duties on the Materials used in making Spread Window Glass and Crown Glofs, and for granting other Duties in licu
thereof; and for the better Collision of the fuid Duties. 185 70. An AA for repealing the Hat Duty in Great Britain. 207 71. An Act for the Abolition and Regulation of certain Offices in the Cuftoms.
208 72. An Act for granting Exemptions in certain Cases from the Pay
ment of the Duties charged in respect of Servants, Carriages, Horses and Dogs, kept in Great Britain and Ireland respectively.
219 73: An AA for the better Security of His Majesty's Naval Arsenals
in the River Medway, and Portsmouth and Hamoaze Harbours, and of His Majesty's Ships and Vessels lying at and resorting to the same
223 74. An Ad for authorizing the Sale of Prize Goods lodged in Warehouses after a certain Period.
227 75 An Act for making further Provision for the Payment of Salaries