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TABLE

Containing the TITLES of all

THE STATUTES,

Passed in the FIRST Session of the SEVENTH Parliament

OF

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland;

1° GEORGII IV.

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PUBLICK GENERAL ACTS.

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1. N Act for the Support of His Majesty's Household, and

of the Honour and Dignity of the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

Page 68 2. An Act to enable His Majesty to be Governor of the South Sea Company.

76 3. An Act for the Removal of Doubts as to the Continuance of

Three Acts for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors in England. 77 4. An Act for punishing criminally Drivers of Stage Coaches

and Carriages for Accidents occasioned by their wilful Misconduct.

78 5. An Act to enable Courts of Equity in Ireland to compel a

Transfer of Stock in Suits, without making the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland, or any Canal Company, Party thereto.

Ibid. 6. An Act to amend and render more effectual an Act, passed

in the Fifty fifth Year of His late Majesty's Reign, for enabling Spiritual Persons to exchange their Parsonage Houses or

Glebe Lands, and for other Purposes therein mentioned. 80 7. An Act to repeal so much of several Acts as requires Bonds

to be given to His Majesty in certain Cases, and the taking of certain Oaths in Matters relating to the Revenue of Customs, and to prevent Fees being offered or given to Officers and other Persons in the Service of the Customs.

81 8. An Act to allow a Drawback on Goods, Wares and Mer

chandise imported into any British Colony or Plantation in America, on the Exportation thereof to any Foreign Country to which they may be legally exported.

87 9. An Act for granting the Privileges of British Ships to Vessels

built at Malta, Gibraltar and Heligoland, and certain of those Privileges to Vessels built in the British Settlements at Honduras.

88

10. An Act for applying certain Monies therein mentioned for the
Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty.

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11. An Act to continue, until the Fifth Day of July One thou-

sand eight hundred and twenty five, an Act of the fifty seventh

Year of His late Majesty, for regulating the Trade and Com-

merce to and from The Cape of Good Hope, and for regulating

the Trade of the Island of Mauritius.

91

12. An Act to extend several Acts for allowing the Importation

and Exportation of certain Goods and Merchandise to Morant

Bay, in the Island of Jamaica.

Ibid.

13. An Act for funding Exchequer Bills to a certain Amount,

and for raising a Sum of Money by way of Annuities, for the

Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty.

93

14. An Act to repeal the Drawback on certain Gold Articles

exported; and to permit the Exportation of Cordage, entitled

to Bounty, free from Right of Preemption by the Commission-

ers of the Navy.

94

15. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of July One

thousand eight hundred and twenty one, an Act of the Twenty

eighth Year of His late Majesty, for the more effectual En-

couragement of the Manufacture of Flax and Cotton in Great

Britain.

95

16. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of July One

thousand eight hundred and twenty one, an Act of the Fifty

ninth Year of His late Majesty, to continue certain Laws of

Excise with regard to Crown Glass and Flint and Phial Glass,

and to alter certain Laws with regard to Flint Glass. 96

17. An Act for raising the Sum of Five Millions by way of An-

nuities,

Ilid.

18. An Act for further continuing, until the Twenty fifth Day of

March One thousand eight hundred and twenty two, an Act of

the Fifty eighth Year of His late Majesty, for preventing Aliens

from becoming naturalised, or being made or becoming Deni-

zens, except in certain Cases.

Ibid.

19. An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion; and for the

better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

97

20. An Act for the regulating of His Majesty's Royal Marine

Forces while on Shore.

108

21. An Act to enable the Chief Justice of the King's Bench, or

in his Absence any Judge of the same Court, to try Middlesex

Issues at Nisi Prius elsewhere than in Westminster Hall. 112

22. An Act for raising a Loan of Twelve Millions from the Com-

missioners for the Reduction of the National Debt. 113

23. An Act to provide for the Charge of the Addition to the

Public Funded Debt of Great Britain, for the Service of the

Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty.

116

24. An Act to amend and continue, until the Twentieth Day of

June One thousand eight hundred and twenty four, an Act of

the Fifty second Year of His late Majesty, for the more effectual

Preservation of the Peace, by enforcing the Duties of Watch-

ing and Warding.

119

25. An Act to repeal Part of an Act, made in the Ninth Year of

the

the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Second, relative to the Manufacture of Sail Čloth.

Page 120 26. An Act for the Encouragement and Improvement of the Coasting Trade of Ireland.

121 27. An Act to regulate the Appointment and Tenure of the Office of Clerk of the Peace in Ireland.

125 28. An Act to repeal an Act made in the Fiftieth Year of the

Reign of His late Majesty, for regulating the Fees of Coroners in Ireland, upon holding Inquisitions, and to make other Provisions for that Purpose.

128 29. An Act to enlarge the Powers of the Governors of the Foundling Hospital in Dublin.

130 30. An Act for relieving Ewart Rutson and Company of Liver

pool, and others, from the Bonds granted for the Duties on certain Spirits accidentally destroyed.

131 31. An Act for raising the Sum of Twenty nine Millions by Ex

chequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty.

Ibid. 32. An Act to permit the Importation of Coffee from any Foreign

Colony or Plantation in America into the Port of Bridgetown in Barbadoes.

Ibid. 33. An Act to amend and continue, until the Thirty first Day of

December One thousand eight hundred and twenty three, several Laws relating to the Encouragement of the Greenland Whale Fisheries, to the allowing Vessels employed in the said Fisheries

to complete their full Number of Men at certain Ports. 132 34. An Act for further continuing, until the First Day of January

One thousand eight hundred and twenty six, so much of an Act passed in the Fifty sixth Year of His late Majesty as permits Subjects of His Majesty the King of the Netherlands to import and export certain Articles into and from the Colonies of Demerara, Berbice and Essequibo, in Ships not of the Built of the Doininions of His said Majesty.

134 35. An Act for the better securing Monies and Effects paid into

the Court of Exchequer at Westminster, on account of the Suitors of the said Court, and for the Appointment of an Accountant General and Two Masters of the said Court; and for other Purposes.

135 36. An Act for allowing Appeals from Towns Corporate and

Franchises, in certain Cases, to the General or Quarter Sessions

of the Peace of the Counties in which they are situate. 152 37. An Act to increase the Power of Magistrates in the Appointment of Special Constables.

Ibid. 38. An Act for fixing the Rates of Subsistence to be paid to Innkeepers and others on quartering Soldiers.

154 39. An Act for the Assistance of Trade and Manufactures in Ire

land, by authorising the Advance of certain Sums for the Support of Commercial Credit there.

155 40. An Act to amend and explain an Act, passed in the Parlia

ment of Ireland in the Thirty ninth Year of His late Majesty, to enable certain Persons to recover a just Compensation for the Tithes withheld from them in the Years One thousand seven hundred and ninety seven and One thousand seven hundred and ninety eight.

172

41. An Act to extend the Benefit of Two Acts, made in the Fifty

sixth and Fifty eighth Years of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, for amending the Law of Ireland respecting the Recovery of Tenements from absconding, overholding and defaulting Tenants.

Page 173 42. An Act to authorise a Composition for the Debt remaining

due to His Majesty from the late Abraham Goldsmid Merchant, and his surviving Partners.

174 43. An Act to amend the Laws relating to Smuggling, and the Coasting Trade in Great Britain.

Ibid. 44. An Act to continue, until the Fifth Day of July One thousand

eight hundred and twenty one, an Act of the Fifty ninth Year of His late Majesty, for rendering the growing Produce of the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom, arising in Great Britain, available for the Public Service.

186 45. An Act to continue certain Duties on several Articles, the

Manufacture of Great Britain or Ireland respectively, on their Importation into either Country from the other.

187 46. An Act for raising the Sum of One million five hundred thou

sand Pounds British Currency, by Treasury Bills in Ireland, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty.

190 47. An Act to revive and to continue for Two Years, and from

thence until the End of the then next Session of Parliament, Two Acts, made in the Forty seventh and Fiftieth Years of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, for the pre

venting improper Persons from having Arms in Ireland. Ibid. 48. An Act to revive and continue for Two Years, and from

thence until the End of the then next Session of Parliament, the Laws relating to Yeomanry Corps in Ireland.

191 49. An Act to amend the Laws relating to the House of Industry in Dublin.

192 50. An Act to carry into Effect certain Licences, permitting the Removal of Negro Slaves from the Bahama Islands to Deme

194 51. An Act to regulate the rebuilding of the Town of Saint John's

in Newfoundland, and for indemnifying Persons giving up Ground for that Purpose.

196 52. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One

thousand eight hundred and twenty one, an Act made in the Forty sixth Year of His late Majesty, for permitting the Importation of Masts, Yards, Bowsprits, and Timber fit for Naval

Purposes, from the British Colonies in North America. Ibid. 53. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March

One thousand eight hundred and twenty one, so much of an Act of the Fifty ninth Year of His late Majesty, as allows Santa Maria Wood and Teake Wood to be imported free of Duty.

Ibid. 54. An Act to continue, until the First Day of August One thou

sand eight hundred and twenty five, Two Acts of the Forty tifth and Fiftieth Years of His late Majesty, allowing the bringing of Coals, Culm and Cinders to London and Westminster by Inland Navigation.

197 55. An Act for giving further Facilities to the Proceedings in the

Court

rara.

Court of King's Bench, and for giving certain Powers to Justices of Assize.

Page 198 56. An Act for the summary Punishment, in certain Cases, of

Persons wilfully or maliciously damaging or committing Trespasses on public or private Property.

201 57. An Act to repeal an Act passed in the Fifty seventh Year of

the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, intituled An Act to abolish the Punishment of public Whipping on Female

Offenders, and to make further Provisions in lieu thereof. 204 58. An Act for the better securing the Excise Duties on Paper and Pasteboard.

205 59. An Act to amend, revive and continue, until the Twenty

fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and twenty five, an Act of the Fifty second Year of His late Majesty, for regulating the Separation of damaged from sound Coffee, and for permitting Dealers to send out any Quantity of Coffee, not exceeding Eight Pounds Weight, without Permit.

226 60. An Act to amend and continue Two Acts passed in the Fifty

seventh Year of His late Majesty King George the Third, for authorising the Issue of Exchequer Bills and the Advance of Money for carrying on of Public Works and Fisheries, and Employment of the Poor ; and to extend the Powers of the Commissioners for executing the said Acts in Great Britain.

227 61. An Act to charge additional Duties on the Importation of

certain Articles into the Isle of Man, and to regulate the Trade of the said Island.

243 62. An Act to continue, until the First Day of January One

thousand eight hundred and twenty two, an Act of the Fifty ninth Year of His late Majesty, for staying Proceedings against any Governor or other Persons concerned in imposing and levying Duties in New South Wales ; for continuing certain Duties; and for empowering the said Governor to levy a Duty on Spirits made in the said Colony,

248 63. An Act to continue, until the Fifth Day of July One thousand

eight hundred and twenty two, an Act of the Twenty ninth Year of King George the Second, for granting a Bounty on certain Species of British and Irish Linens exported, and for taking off the Duties on the Importation of Foreign Raw Linen Yarns made of Flax.

Ibid. 64. An Act to continue, until the Fifth Day of July One thousand

eight hundred and twenty four, an Act made in the Fifty eighth Year of His late Majesty, to repeal the several Bounties on the Exportation of refined Sugar from the United Kingdom, and to allow other Bounties in lieu thereof, and to reduce the Size of the Packages in which refined Sugar may be exported.

249 65. An Act to continue, until the Thirtieth Day of July One

thousand eight hundred and twenty one, an Act of the Fifty fourth Year of His late Majesty, for the effectual Examination of the Accounts of the Receipt and Expenditure of the Colonial Revenues in the Islands of Ceylon, Mauritius, Malta, Trinidad,

and in the Settlements of The Cape of Good Hope. 250 66. An Act to continue, until the End of the next Session of

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