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An act to repeal the duties of Customs upon the importation of citrat of lime, and to grant other duties in lieu thereof.
An act to grant duties of Customs on the exportation of certain goods, wares, and merchandize, from Ireland, in lieu of the duties of Customs heretofore payable on such exportation.
An act for the better regulation of the manufacture of brown linens in Ireland.
An act to amend the laws now in force for regulating the importation of corn.
An act to continue, until the 5th day of July, 1816, certain additional duties of Excise in Great Britain.
An act for further continuing, until the 5th day of July, 1816, an act of the 44th year of his present Majesty, to continue the restrictions contained in the several acts of his present Majesty, on payments of cash by the Bank of England.
An act to regulate the trade between Malta and its dependencies, and his Majesty's colonies and plantations in America; and also between Malta and the United Kingdom.
An act for granting to his Majesty, until the 5th day of April, 1819, additional duties of Excise in Great Britain on sweets, tobacco, snuff, and Excise licences.
An act to amend certain acts respecting the exportation and importation of sugar, and further to regulate the importation of sugar, coffee, and other articles from certain islands in the West Indies.
An net to rectify a mistake in an act of the present session of
Parliament, with respect to the duties on sugar imported from the East Indies; and for further continuing, until the end of six week* from and after the expiration of any act or acts of Parliament, continuing the temporary or war duties upon sugar imported into Great Britain, certain countervailing duties, drawbacks, and bounties, on refined sugar.
An act to continue, until the 5th day of July, 1816, certain temporary or war duties of Customs on the importation into Great Britain of goods, wares, and merchandize.
An act to continue, until the 25th day of March, 1817, an act made in the 49th year of his present Majesty, to permit the importation of tobacco into Great Britain from any place whatever.
An act to grant to his Majesty an additional duty of Excise on tobacco in Ireland.
An act to grant to his Majesty a duty of Customs on tobacco imported into Ireland.
An act to amend several acts respecting the exportation and importation of sugar into and from Ireland; and further to regulate the importation into Ireland of sugar, coffee, and other articles, from certain islands in the West Indies.
An act to repeal so much of an act of the last session of Parliament, as directs that no bleaching powder, made in Ireland and brought into Scotland, should be removed into England.
An act to revive and continue, until the 25th day of March, 18-20, several laws relating to the encouragement of the Greenland whale fisheries, and to the allowing ing vessels employed in the said fisheries to complete their full number of men at certain ports.
An act for raising the sum of 2,323,750/. Irish currency, by Treasury bills, for the service of Ireland, for the year 1815.
An act to continue, until three months after the ceasing of any restriction imposed on the bank of England from issuing cash in payment, the several acts for confirming and continuing the restrictions on payments in cash by the Bank of Ireland.
An act to facilitate the administration of justice in that part of the United Kingdom called Scotland, by the extending trial by jury to civil causes.
An act for the more effectual prevention of the use of false and deficient measures.
An act for the relief of the captors of prizes, with respect to the admitting and landing of certain prize vessels and goods in Ireland; to continue in force until the 25th day of March, 1816.
An act for continuing the premiums allowed to ships employed in the southern whale fishery.
An act to amend an act passed in the 48th year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, An act for the better care and maintenance of lunatics, being paupers or criminals in England.
An act for procuring returns relative to the expense and maintenance of the poor in England; and also relative to the highways.
An act for enlarging the powers of two acts of his present Majesty, for providing clergymen to officiate in gaols and houses of correction within England and Wales.
An act to procure returns of
d persons committed, tried, and convicted for criminal offences an misdemeanors.
An act for the abolition of gaol and other fees connected with the gaols in England.
An act to amend an act of his late Majesty King George the Second, for the more easy assessing, collecting, and levying of county rates.
An act to revive and continue, until the 25th day of March, 1820, several acts for charging additional duties on copper imported into Great Britain.
An act to revive and continue, for one year, the duties and contributions on the profits arising from property, professions, trades, and offices in Great Britain.
An act to repeal an act of the last session of Parliament, for establishingregulations respecting aliens arriving in this kingdom, or resident therein; and to establish, for twelve months, other regulations respecting aliens arriving in this kingdom, or residing therein, in certain cases.
An act to enable the commissioners of his Majesty's woods, forests, and land revenues, to contract for the purchase and surrender of crown leases, and to sell his Majesty's interestin theThomhill estate, in the parish of .Stall. bridge, in the county of Dorset, and in certain small parcels of land belonging to his Majesty's subjects within the royal forests; and to remove doubts as to estates of the crown, sold by order of the said commissioners, being exempt* ed from the uuctiflnSluty.
An act to authorize the commissioners and governors of the Royul Hospital for seamen -at R 2 Greenwich, Greenwich, to transfer a certain sum in the three pounds per cent. Consolidated Annuities, now standing in the name of the corporation of the Chest of Greenwich, into the name of the said commissioners; and also to receive such dividends as are now du« upon such annuities.
An act to repeal the provisions of former acts, granting exclusive privileges of trade to the South Sea Company, and to indemnify the said Company for the loss of such privileges.
An act for granting annuities to discharge certain Exchequer bills. »
An act for amending an act of his present Majesty, to insure the proper and careful manufacturing of fire-arms in England, and for making provision for proving the barrels of such fire-arms.
An act to repeal several acts relating to the execution of letters of attorney and wills of petty officers, seamen, and marines, in his Majesty's navy, and to make new provisions respecting the same.
An act to grant to his Majesty certain increased rates, duties, and taxes in Ireland, in respect of windows, male servants, carriages, horses, and dogs, in lieu of former rates, duties, and taxes, in respect of the like articles.
An act to grant to his Majesty certain increased duties of excise in Ireland on malt.
An act to repeal the additional duty on Kritish-made wine or sweets granted by an act of this session of Parliament.
An act to explain and amend on act of the 5Sd year of his present Majesty, as far as relates to
the granting gratuities to the East India Company.
An act to amend the laws relating to the militia of Great Britain.
An act for allowing makers of oxygenated muriatic acid to make salt, duty free, for making such acid or oxymuriate of lime for bleaching linen and cotton; for repealing the excise duties on Glauber salt, and on bleaching powder imported from Ireland; and to allow a further drawback on foreign brimstone used in making oil of vitriol.
An act to grant his Majesty certain duties and taxes in Ireland, in respect of certain male servants, carriages and horses, kept to be let to hire.
An act to amend an act of the 13th year of his present Majesty, for the amendment and preservation of the public highways, in so far as the same relates to notice of appeal against turning or diverting a public highway; anil to extend the provisions of the same act to the stopping up of unnecessary roads.
An act to regulate madhouses in Scotland.
An act for better regulatinp the formation and arrangement of the judicial and other records ot the Court of Session in Scotland An act to regulate hawkers and pedlars in Scotland.
An act to fix the election for Glamorganshire at a central plate within the said county.
An act for granting to his Majesty a sum of money to be raised by lotteries.
An act for granting annuities
to discharge certain exchequer
bills; and for raising a sum of
money money by annuities, for the Service of Great Britain.
An act to continue the encouragement of persons making discoveries for finding the longitude at sea, or other useful discoveries and improvements in navigation, and for making experiments relating thereto; and for discharging certain debts incurred by the commissioners of the longitude, in carrying the acts relating thereto into execution.
An act to enable his Majesty, until the 1st day of May 1816, to accept the services of the local militia, either in or out of their counties, under certain restrictions.
An act to authorize, under present circumstances, the drawing out and embodying of the British and Irish militia, or any part thereof.
An act to repeal the several duties under the care of the commissioners for managing the stamp-duties in Ireland, and to grant new duties in lieu thereof. An act to regulate the collection and management of the stamp-duties on law proceedings, attornies, solicitors, proctors, and corporate officers in Ireland.
An act to provide for the collection and management of stampduties on pamphlets, almanacks, and newspapers in Ireland.
An act to repeal the several acts for the collection and management of stamp-duties in Ireland, and to make more effectual regulations for collecting and managing the said duties in general. An act to grant duties of customs, and to allow drawbacks and bounties on certain goods, wares, and merchandize imported into
and exported from Ireland, in lieu of former duties, drawbacks, and bounties; and to make further regulations for securing the duties of customs in Ireland.
An act to regulate the payment of the duties of customs on foreign goods imported into Groat Britain from Ireland, or into Ireland from Great Britain j and of the drawbacks on the exportation of goods the growth, produce, or manufacture of Great Britain or Ireland, having been imported into either country from the other.
An act to amend so much of an act of the 33 d year of his present Majesty, as relates to i fixing. the limits of the towns of Calcutta, Madras, and Bombay; and also so much of an act of the 39th and 40th year of his present Majesty, as relates to granting letters of administration to the effects of persons dying intestate within the several presidencies in the East Indies, to the Registrar of the Eccelesiastical Courts; and to enable the Governor in council of the said presidencies to remove persons not being British subjects; and to make provision for the Judges in the East Indies in certain cases.
An act to amend and continue for one year, and until twelve months after the termination of the present war by the ratification of a definitive treaty of peace, two acts of his present Majesty, for enabling subjects of foreign states to enlist and serve as soldiers in his Majesty's service; and to enable his Majesty to grant commissions to subjects of foreign states to serve as officers, under certain restrictions.
An act to' continue, until the 25th day of March 1820, an act made in the 46th year of his present Majesty, for permitting the importation of masts/yards, bowsprits, and timber for naval purposes, from the British colonies in North America.
An act to relieve certain foreign vessels resorting to the port of London in respect of pilotage; and to regulate the mode of payment of pilotage on foreign vessels in the said port.
An act to amend an act of the last session of Parliament, for rendering more easy and effectual redress for assaults in Ireland.
An act to amend an act of the 53d year of his Majesty's reign, for making regulations for the building and repairing of courthouses and sessions-houses in Ireland.
An act to explain an act made in the Parliament of Ireland, in the 32d year of his Majesty's reign, relative to inland navigations there, so far as relates to the limitation of actions against canal companies and other.
An act for the payment of costs and charges/to prosecutors and witnesses, in cases of felony in Ireland.
An act to amend an act of the 50th year of his Majesty's reign, relating to prisons in Ireland, so far as concerns contracts for building or repairing such prisons.
An act to repeal the duties payable on. and the permission to enter for home consumption, silk handkerchiefs imported by the East India Company.
An act to continue and amend ■several acts relating to the British white herring fishery.
An act to repeal the duties pay
able on the importation into Great Britain of solid vegetable extract from oak bark, and other vegetable substances used in the tanning of leather j and to grant a duty in lieu thereof.
An act to grant a further sum of money for purchasing an estate to accompany the title of Earl Nelson, and also to amend two acts of the 46th and 53d years of his present Majesty's reign for making such purchase.
An act to grant to the Judges of the Commissary Court of Edinburgh a fixed salary in place of their present salary, and certain fees and payments.
An act to enable the select committee on the Downparrick election to re-assemble, and to suspend the transmission of the warrants and other proceedings forthe appointment of commissions to examine witnesses in Ireland.
An act to make further provisions for collecting and securing the duties of Excise on malt made in Ireland.
An act to provide for the collcctionandmanagementof Stampduties payable on bills of exchange, promissory notes, receipts and game certificates in Ireland.
An act to regulate the collection of Stamp-duties on matters in respect of which licences may be granted by the Commissioners of Stamps in Ireland.
An act to repeal certain duties on leather dressed in oil in Great Britain, or imported from Ireland.
An act to regulate the postage of ship letters to and from Ireland.
An act to make further provisons' , for