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Definitive Treaty of Peace, and amend an Ac made in the Forty eighth Year of His present Majesty, for granting an ad

ditional Duty on Copper imported into Great Britain. Page 104 32. An Act for the better securing Exciseable Goods on board Velsels in the Port of Bristol.

105 33. An Ad for repealing so mach 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 Ad for continuing the Premiums allowed to Ships employed in the Southern Whale Fishery.

109 35. An Ad to secure to the Bank of Ireland the Repayment of all Monies advanced by them for the Porposes and in the manner

therein mentioned. 36. An A& to facilitate the Execution of Justice within The Cinque

Ports. 37. An A&t further to prevent the Marriage of Lunatics. 125 38. In Ae to protect Masters against Embezzlements by their Clerks and Servants in Ireland.

126 39. An Act to repeal so much of an Act, passed in the Parliament, of Ireland in the Third Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled, An Aa for the better Regulation of the Linen and Hemp Manufa&ures, 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 Aćts relating to the limiting the Number of Persons to be carried by Stage Coaches in

Ireland. 41. An Act to repeal fo much of an A&, paffed in the Eighteenth

Year of the Reign of King George the Second, intituled, An A# for the more effeclually preventing the stealing of Linen, Fustian, 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 stealing Cloth in Places therein mentioned; and for the more effectually preventing such Felonies.

132 42. An Act to empower the Lords Commifloners of the Treasury.

to exonerate Distillers of Spirits froin Sugar, from the Excess of the Duties to which they were liable in consequence of the Expiration of an Act passed in the Forty eighth Year of His prefent Majesty, above the Duties impofed by the faid Act,

132 43. An Ad for altering the time at which the additional Duties of Customs imposed by an Act of the lalt Session of Parliament on certain Species of Wood were to have taken place; and for granting a Drawiack upon Deals and Timber used in the Mines of Tin, Copper and Lead, in the Counties of Cornwall and Devon.

134 44. An AA for impofing an additional Duty on Liner imported into Great Britain during the Continuance of the present War, and for Six Months after the Ratification of a Definitive Treaty of Peace.

136 45: Ap Ad for taking away the public Use of certain Ships' Rooms in the Town of Saint John in the Illand of Newfoundland ; and

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for inftituting Surrogate Courts on the coast of Labrador, and
in certain INands adjacent thereto.

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46. An Act to authorize the Officers of the Customs to act for the

Superintendant of Quarantine, and his Afliftant.

139

47. An Ad for carrying into Effect the Provisions of a Treaty

of Amity, Commerce and Navigation, concluded between His

Majesty and His Royal Highness the Prince Regent of Portugal.

Ibid.

48. An Act to permit Rum and other Spirits, the Produce of the

British Colonies in the West Indies, to be imported into Lower

Canada from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, and the Ilands of

Cape Breton, Prince Edward and Newfoundland.

144

49. An Act for railing the Sum of Twelve Millions by way of Ana

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 Ad for abolishing the Duties of the Prizage and Butlerage

of Wines in Ireland.

Ibid.

32. An AA for explaining and amending an act passed in the last

Session of Parliament, for consolidating 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 A&t for raising the Sum of Six Millions, by Exchequer

Bills, for the Service of Great Britain for the Year One thou.

sand eight hundred and eleven.

148

54. An Act for raising the Sum of One Million five hundred thou.

fand Pounds, by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of Great Bri-

tain for the Year One thousand eight hundred and eleven. 149

55. An AA for abolishing the Superannuation Fund in the Depart-

ment of the Customs, and for transferring the same 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 Import-

ation 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 Ex-

cise on Wash and other Liquors used in the Distillation of Spłrits;

and on foreign Spirits imported.

154

60. An Act to repeal the Duties of Stamps on Hats made in I eland,

and on Licences to Persons to manufacture Hats, or to utter or

vend Hats in Ireland, and all. Regulations for fecuring the said

Duties.

161

61. An Act for charging the Sum of Seven Millions five hundred

thousand Pounds, railed for the Service of Great Britain, for

the Year One thousand eight hundred and eleven, upon the Duties

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granted to His Majesty during the Continuance of the prefent · War, and for certain Periods after the Ratification of a Definitive Treaty of Peace.

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62. An Ad 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 Isands of Cape Breton,
Prince Edward and Newfoundland, from the Island of Bermuda.

165
63. An Ad to authorize the Punishment, by Confinement and hard
Labour, of 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 Band, instead of increasing their Capital
Stock; and to alter and amend an A&, passed in the Forty
seventh Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, relative
thereto.

170
65. An Ad to explain and amend an A& paffed in the Thirty
ninth Year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Aa for the
more effe&ual Suppreffion of Societies established for feditious and
treasonable Purposes, and for better preventing treasonable and
feditious Pradices, lo far as respects certain Penalties on Printers
and Publishers.

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66. An A& to amend and render more effectual several AAs for pro-

moting 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,

183 68. An AA for charging an additional Duty on Verdigris imported.

184
69. An AA for repealing the Duty on the Materials used in making

Flint and Phial Glass; and for granting, until the First Day of
August One thousand eight hundred and twelve, other Duties in
lieu thereof; and for continuing and amending an Act passed in the
Forty ninth Year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Aa for
repealing the Duties on the Materials used in making Spread Window
Glafs and Crown Glass, and for granting other Duties in licu

thereof; and for the better Colle aion of the said Duties. 185
70. An A&t for repealing the Hat Duty in Great Britain.

207 71. An A&t for the Abolition and Regulation of certain Offices in the Customs.

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 A&t 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

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and other Charges in the Office of the Commiffioners for the Affairs of India ; and for enabling the East India Company to restore to the Service of the said Company, Military Officers removed therefrom by Sentences of Courts Martial; and to authorize the said Company, in Cafes of unforeseen Emergency, to take up Ships by private Contract.

Page 228 76. An Ad for letting to Farm the Duties on Horses hired by the

Mile or Stage, to be used in travelling, and on Horses hired for a less Period of Time than Twenty eight Days, for drawing Carriages used in travelling Post or otherwise, in Great Britain ; and for facilitating the Recovery of the said Duties.

231 77. An AA to amend the Laws for regulating the Election, in Ire. land, of Members to serve in Parliament.

235 78. An Act to make Provision in certain Cases for the Wives and

Families of Serjeants, Corporals, Drummers and Privates, serving

in the Militia of Ireland. 79. An Act to amend an Act of the Forty eighth Year of His

present Majesty, for the better Care and Maintenance of Lunatics, being Paupers or Criminals, in England.

248 80. An Ad to render valid certain Indentures for the binding of • Parish Apprentices.

250 81. An Act to continue until the First Day of Auguf One thousand

cight hundred and twelve, certain A&s for appointing Commissioners 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, collecting, issuing and accounting for Public

Money in Ireland. 82. A. Ad for establishing Regulations respecting Rock Salt de

livered to the Refineries; for granting Relief for Salt lost at Sea by Shipwreck or Capture ; and for reviving, amending and continuing, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and fifteen, so much of an Act of the Forty forth Year of His present Majesty as allows the Use of Salt, Dutyfree, for curing Fish in Bulk or in Barrels.

252 83. An A& for allowing the like Drawback of Duty paid on Coals

used in certain Mines and Šmelting Mills in Devonshire, as is now allowed in the County of Cornwall.

257 84. An Act to explain an AA passed in the Twenty second Year of His present Majesty, for better securing the Freedom of Election of Members to serve in Parliament, by disabling certain Officers employed in the Collection or Management of His Majesty's Revenues from giving their Votes at such Elections, so far as relates to Coal Meters and Corn Meters of the City of London.

Íbid. 85. 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 eleven.

258 86. An da to continue, until the Fifth Day of July Orc thou.

fand eight hundred and twelve, and to amend several A&ts for granting certain Rates and Duties, and for allowing certain Drawbacks and Bounties on Goods, Wares and Merchandize imported

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into and exported from Ireland; and to grant to His Majefty. until the said Fifth Day of July One thousand eight hundred and twelve, certain new and additional Duties on the Importation, and to allow Drawbacks on the Exportation of certain Goods, Wares and Merchandize into and from Ireland.

Page 259 87. An Act for allowing the Manufacture and Use of a Liquor

prepared from Sugar for colouring Porter, and for indemnifying

Persons who have manufactured or used fuch Colouring. 267 28. An A&t for raising the Sum of two hundred thousand Pounds

by Treasury Bills for the Service. of Ireland for the Year One thousand cight hundred and eleven.

280 89. An Act to increase the Salary of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.

Ibid. go. An A& for defraying, until the Twenty fifth Day of March

One thousand eight hundred and i welve, the Charge of the Pay and Clothing of the Militia of Ireland; and for making Allowances in certain Cases to Subaltern Officers of the said Militia during Peace.

281 91. An Ad for discharging certain Arrears of Quit, Crown and Composition Rents, which have been growing due in Ireland.

287 92. An Ad to repeal certain Parts of several AAs of the Parlia

ment of Ireland, relating to the Tolls on Stage Coaches, carrying above a certain Number of Passengers, and to make other Pro

vifions in lieu thereof. 93. An Act for granting additional Duties of Customs on Fir Timber, of certain Dimensions, of the Growth of Norway imported into Great Britain.

291 94. An Act to continue, until the Twenty ninth Day of July One thousand eight hundred and thirtcen, an Act of the last Session of Parliament, intituled, An Aa to extend and amend the Term and Provisions of an Ad of the Thirty ninth and Forlieth Year of His present Majesty, for the better Prefervation of Timber in the New Forest; and for ascertaining the Boundaries of the said Foresl, and the Lands of the Crown within the same

293 95. An A&io explain and amend certain Laws of Excise respecting the Duties on Estates and Goods sold by Auction : the allowing Dealers to roast their own Coffee on certain Conditions ; and to the Water Mark of the Year on Paper intended for Exportation.

294 96. An Act to extend the Powers vested in the Commiffioners of

the Customs of restoring Vessels and Goods seized, to Seizures made by virtue of any Acts relating to the Department of the Customs,

296 97. An A&t to regulate the Trade between Places in Europe South

of Cape Finisterre, and certain Ports iu the British Colonies in North America.

298 98. An AA to indemnify such Persons in the United Kingdom as

have omitted to give Securities and to register Memorials thereof, under an Act of the last Session of Parliament, and for extending the times limited for those Purposes respectively, until Two Montha

after the Commencement of the next Session of Parliament. 301 99. An Act for removing Doubts as to the registering of certain Property purchaled or fold under the Land Tax Redemption Ad,

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