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TABLE

OF ALL

THE STATUTES

PASSED

In the FORTY-SIXTH YEAR of the Reign of his Majesty

KING GEORGE III.

• BEING

The Fourth Session of the Second Parliament of the United

Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

PUBLICK GENERAL ACTS.

and six.

Cap. 1. AN act to empower the auditor of the Excheques said office in the case therein mentioned.

Cap. 2. An act for continuing and granting to his Majesty certain duties upon malt in Great Britain, for the service of the year one thousand eight hundred and six.

Cap. 3. An act for continuing and granting to his Majesty a duty on pensions, offices, and personal estates, in England; and certain duties on sugar, malt, tobacco, and snuff in Great Britain, for the service of the year one thousand eight hundred

Cap. 4. An act to enable his Majesty to grant a certain an nuity to Lady Viscountess Nelson, in consideration of the emi. nent services performed by the late vice-admiral Lord Viscount Delson to his Majesty and the publick.

Cap. 5. An act to enable his Majesty to grant a certain annuity to rear-admiral Sir Richard Strachan baronet, in consideration of the eminent services which he has rendered to his Majesty and the publick.

6. An act for raising the sum of five millions by loans or exchequer-bills, for the service of Great Britain for the year one thousand eight hundred and six.

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Cap. 7. An act to indemnify such persons in the United Kingdom as have omitted to qualify themselves for offices and employments; and for extending the times limited for those purposes respectively, until the twenty-fifth day of December one thousand eight hundred and six, 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 Michaelmas term one thousand eight hundred and six.

Cap. 8. An act for the regulation of his Majesty's royal marine forces while on shore.

Cap. 9. An act for, allowing, until the signature of preliminary articles of peace, vessels employed in the Greenland whalefishery to complete their full number of men at certain ports.

Cap. 10. An act for further continuing until the twentyfifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and seven, an act passed in the forty-third year of his present Majesty, for discontinuing certain drawbacks and bounties on the exportation of sugar from Great Britain, and for allowing other drawbacks and bounties in lieu thereof.

Cap. 11. An act for allowing the exportation of corn and other articles for the use of his Majesty's forces and garrisons.

Cap. 12. An act to continue several acts for granting certain rates and duties, and allowing certain drawbacks and bounties, on goods, wares, and merchandize imported into and exported from Ireland; and for granting a duty upon malt and spirits made and distilled in Ireland, until the twenty-ninth day of September one thousand eight hundred and six; and for granting certain inland duties of excise and taxes in Ireland, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and seven,

Cap. 13. An act for settling and securing certain annuities on Cuthbert Lord Collingwood, and the several other persons therein described, in consideration of the signal and important service performed by the said Cuthbert Lord Collingwood, to his Majesty and the publick.

Čap. 14. An act to continue until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and seven, and to amend several acts for regulating the drawbacks and bounties on the exportation of sugar from Ireland.

Cap. 15. An act for punishing mutiny and desertion ; and for the better payment of the army and their quarters, within the United Kingdom, and the islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark, and Man.

Cap. 16. An act to continue until the first day of June one thousand eight hundred and seven, and amend an act passed in the thirty-seventh year of his present Majesty, for carrying into execution the treaty of amity, commerce, and navigation, between his Majesty, and the United States of America:

Cap. 17. An act to permit, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight' hundred and nine; the exportation

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to the United Kingdom, of wool from the British plantations in America.

Cap. 18. An act to continue - until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and seven, the operation of an act passed in the last session of parliament, to suspend proceedings in actions, prosecutions and proceedings, under certain acts relating to the woollen manufacture, and also under an act of Queen Elizabeth, so far as the same relates to certain persons employed or concerned in the said manufacture. ... Cap. 19. An act for defraying the charge of the pay and cloathing of the militia in Great Britain for the year one thousand eight hundred and six.

Cap. 20. An act to continue until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and seven, and amend so much of an act made in the thirty-ninth and fortieth years of his present Majesty, as grants certain allowances to adjutants and serjeant-majors of the militia of England, disembodied under an act of the same session of parliament.

Cap. 21. An act for making allowances in certain cases to subaltern officers of the militia in Great Britain, while disembodied.

Cap. 22. An act for defraying, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and seven, the charge of the pay and clothing of the militia of Ireland; for holding courtsmartial on serjeant-majors, serjeants, corporals, and drummers, for offences committed during the time such militia shall not be embodied; and for making allowances in certain cases to subaltern officers of the said militia during peace.

Cap. 23. An act to extend the provisions of an act passed in the forty-fourth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for enabling subjects of foreign states to enlist as soldiers in his Majesty's service; and to indemnify those who have advised his Majesty to land such soldiers in this kingdom.

Cap. 24. An act for further continuing, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and eight, an act made in the thirty-third year of the reign of his present Majesty, for rendering the payment of creditors more equal and expeditious in Scotland.

Cap. 25. An act for raising the sum of ten millions five hundred thousand pounds, by loans or exchequer-bills, for the service of Great Britain for the year one thousand eight hundred and six.

Cap. 26. An act for raising the sum of one million five hundred thousand pounds, by loans or exchequer-bills, for the service of Great Britain for the year one thousand eight hundred and six.

Cap. 27. An act for continuing, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and eleven, so much of an act made in the fifteenth and sixteenth years of his late Majesty, as relates to the landing of rum or spirits of the British sugar plantations before payment of the duties of excise.

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Cap. 28. An act to continue, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, several laws relating to the transportation of felons and other offenders to temporary places of confinement in England and Scotland.

Cap. 29. An act for reviving and continuing several laws of customs relating to the establishing courts of judicature in the island of Newfoundland ; and to the prohibiting the exportation from, and permitting the importation to Great Britain, of corn ; and for allowing the importation of other articles of provision, without payment of duty, until the twenty-fifth day of March One thousand eight hundred and nine.; and for continuing several laws relating to the granting a bounty upon certain species of British and Irish linens exported from Great Britain, and taking off the duties on importation into Great Britain of foreign raw linen yarns made of flax; to the granting a bounty upon the importation into Great Britain of hemp, and rough and undressed flax, from his Majesty's colonies in America, and to the encouragement of the Greenland whale-fisheries; and for reviving and continuing several laws relating to the regulating the prices at which corn and grain may be exported from Great Britain to Ireland, and from Ireland to Great Britain; and to the ad. mission to entry in Great Britain of oil and blubber of Newfoundland, taken by his Majesty's subjects carrying on the fishery from and residing in the said island; and for continuing an act of the twenty-third year of his present Majesty, for the more effectual encouragement of the manufactures of flax and cotton in Great Britain, and for reviving and continuing several laws relating to the permitting the importation into Great Britain of hides and other articles in foreign ships; and to the prohibiting the exportation from Ireland of corn or potatoes, or other provisions, and to the permitting the importation into Ireland of corn, fish, and provisions, without payment of duty, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and eight; and for reviving and continuing an act passed in the parliament of Ireland, in the twenty-fifth year of his present Majesty, for the encouragement of the flaxen and hempen manufactures of Ireland, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven ; and for amending and further continuing an act made in the seventh year of his present Majesty, for the free importation into Great Britain of cochineal and 'indigo, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and nine.

Cap. 30. An act to authorise his Majesty, until the twentyfifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and seven, to make regulations respecting the trade and commerce to an from the Cape of Good Hope.

Cap. 31. An act to continue until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and seven, an act made in the forty-fourth year of his present Majesty, for empowering his Majesty to accept the services of such parts of his militia

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forces in Ireland as might voluntarily offer themselves to be employed in Great Britain.

Cap. 32. An act to enable the commissioners of his Majesty's treasury of Ireland to issue treasury-bills on the credit of such aids or supplies as have been or shall be granted by parliament for the service of Ireland for the year one thousand eight hundred and six; and for making forth duplicates of treasury-bills lost or destroyed.

Cap. 33. An act for raising the 'sum of twenty millions by way of annuities.

Cap. 94. An act for further continuing, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and seven, an act made in the thirty-ninth year of his present Majesty, for the more effectual encouragement of the British fisheries.

Cap. 35. An act to revive and amend so much of an act made in the forty-third year of his present Majesty, for granting certain stamp-duties in Ireland, as provides for the exempting from the said duties, bank-notes and bank post-bills issued by the governor and company of the bank of Ireland.

Cap. 36. An act to repeal so much of an act of the last sess sion of parliament, as charges a duty of three shillings upon certain tenements or dwelling-houses in Ireland.

Cap. 37. An act to declare the law with respect to witnesses refusing to answer.

Cap. 38. An act for repealing the several duties of customs upon tea imported into Great Britain, and granting a duty in lieu thereof; and for granting to his Majesty additional duties of excise on tea.

Cap. 89. An act for granting to his Majesty, until twelve months after the ratification of a definitive treaty of peace, additional duties of excise on tobacco and snuff.

Cap. 40. An act to enable his Majesty to grant a certain annuity to vice-admiral Sir John Thomas Duckworth, knight of the most honourable Order of the Bath, in consideration of the eminent services which he has rendered to his Majesty and the publick.

Cap. 41. An act for raising the sum of three millions by loans or exchequer-bills, for the service of Great Britain for the year one thousand eight hundred and six.

Cap. 42. An act for granting to his Majesty, during the present war, and for six months after the expiration thereof, by the ratification of a definitive treaty of peace, additional duties on certain goods, wares, and merchandize, imported into and exported from, or brought or carried coastwise within Great Britain.

Cap. 43. An act for granting to his Majesty certain stampa duties on appraisements and on licences to appraisers in Great Britain.

Cap. 44. An act for carrying to the consolidated fund of Great Britain, the duties on' wine granted by two acts of the forty-third and forty-fourth years of his present Majesty,

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