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[ No. XXI. ) 41 George III. c. 90.–An Act for the more speedy and effectual

Recovery of Debts due to his Majesty, his Heirs and Successors, in Right of

the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland; and for the

better Administration of Justice within the same.--[2d July 1801.) ...... 245

[ No. XXII. ] 42 George III. c. 70.-An Act for directing certain public Accounts

to be laid annually before Parliament, and for discontinuing certain other Forms

of Account now in Use.—(22d July 1802.]

262

[ No. XXIII. ). 46 George III. c. 141.–An Act for making more effectual Pro-

vision for the more speedy and regular Examination and Audit of the Public

Accounts of this Kingdom.-[22d July 1806.] .....

..... ib.

[ No. XXIV. ] 47 George III. c. 39. sess. 2.-An Act for more effectually charging

public Accountants with Interest upon Balances, and for other purposes, relating

to the passing of public Accounts.-[8th August 1807.]

ib.

[ No. XXV. ] 48 George III. c. 58.--An Act for amending the Law with regard

to the Course of Proceeding on Indictments and Informations in the Court of

King's Bench in certain Cases;

and for reqniring

Officers taking Bail in the King's Suit to assign the Bail Bonds to the King.

[1st June 1808.] ...

262

[ No. XXVI. ] 67 George III. c. 117.-An Act to regulate the issuing of Extents

in Aid.-[11th July 1817.]

263

[ No. XXVII. ] 5 George IV. c. 111.–An Act to amend an Act of the Forty first

Year of the Reign of his late Majesty King George the Third, for the more

speedy and effectual Recovery of Debts due to his Majesty, bis Heirs and

Successors, in Right of the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain

and Ireland; and for the better Administration of Justice within the same.-

[24th June 1824.]

| No. I. ] 13 Edward 1. st. 4.-Certain Cases wherein the King's Prohibition

doth not lie ......

266

[ No. II. ] 24 Edward I.-In what Case a Consultation is grantable

267

[ No. III. ] 9 Edward II. st. 1.-De diversis Libertatibus Clero concessis ... ib.

(A) c. 1.- No Prolibition shall be granted where Tythes be demanded, where

Money is paid for them

ib.

(B) c. 2.-Debate upon the Right of Tythes exceeding the Fourth Part. Enjoining

Penance Corporal or Pecuniary ..

ib.

(C) c. 3.–Laying violent Hands upon a Clerk. Exconımunication for Penance

Corporal ....

268

(D) c. 4.-Preiates may correct for Defamation

ibo

(E) c. 5.- No Prohibition where Tithe is demanded of a New Mill

(F) c. 6.- Where a Suit for one Offence may be prosecuted both in Court Spiritual

and Temporal

(G) c. 7.-In what ouly Case the King's Letters shall be sent to discharge an
excommunicate

... ib.

(H) c. 8.-Clerks in the King's Service shall be discharged of their Residence, but

shall be corrected by the Ordinary

(1) c. 9.-Distresses shall not be taken in the Highways, nor in the ancient Fees of

the Church

ib.

(J) c. 10.–They that abjure the Realm shall be in peace so long as they be in the

Church or highway

.... ib.

(K) c. 11.-Religions Houses shall not be charged by Compulsion with Corrodies,

Pensions, Resort, or taking of their Horses or Carts

ib.

(L) c. 12.-A Clerk excommunicate may be taken out of the Parish where he dwel-

leth ..

...... ib.

(M) c. 13.—The Examination of a Parson presented to a Benefice belongeth to a

Spiritual Judge ....

ib.

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(N) c. 14.—There shall be free Election of Dignities of the Church ..... 269

(0) c. 15.-A Clerk fleeing into the Church for Felony, shall not be compelled to

abjure .....

ib.

(P) c. 16.—The Privilege of the Church being demanded by the Ordinary, shall not

be denied to a Clerk that hath confessed Felony

ib.

[ No. IV. ] 1 Edward III. st. 2. c. 2.-How every person may use his Woods

within the Forest. Seising of Bishops' Temporalities ....

... 270

[ No. V. ] 18 Edward III. st. 3. c. 6.—Temporal Justices shall not inquire of

Process awarded by Spiritual Juries

[ No. VI. ] 50 Edward III. c. 4.—No Prohibition shall be allowed after Console

tation duly granted .

270

[ No. VII. ] i Richard II. c. 13.—Ecclesiastical Judges shall not be vexed for

Suits for Tithes in a Spiritual Court

ib.

[ No. VIII. ] 1 Richard II. c. 14.-In an Action of Goods taken away, the
Defendant maketb Title for Tithes due to the Church......

ib.

(No. IX. ] 13 Richard II. st. 1. c. 5.-What Things the Admiral and his Deputy

shall meddle ..

... 271

[ No. X. ] 15 Richard II. c. 3.--In what Places the Admiral's Jurisdiction doth

lie

ib.

[ No. XI. ] 2 Henry IV. c. 11.-A Remedy for him who is wrongfully pursued in

the Court of Admiralty

ib.

[ No. XII. ). 2 Henry V. st. 1. c. 3.-A Copy of the Libel in the Spiritual Court

shall be delivered

.... 272

[ No. XIII. ] 23 Henry VIII. c. 9.–An Act that po Person shall be cited out of

the Diocese where he or she dwelleth, except in certain cases

ib,

[ No. XIV. ] 24 Henry VIII. c. 12.–For the Restraint of Appeals ........ 274

[ No. XV. ] 25 Henry VIII. c. 19.—The Submission of the Clergy and Restraint

of Appeals

278

[ No. XVI.) 2 & 3 Edward VI. c. 13.–An Act for Payment of Tithes

( No. XVII. ] 5 & 6 Edward VI. c. 4.–Against quarrelling and fighting in

Churches and Churchyards

. ib.

[ No. XVIII. ] 5 Elizabeth, c. 23.-An Act for the due Execution of the Writ de

Ercommunicato Capiendo

280

[ No. XIX. ] 8 Elizabeth, c. 5.—For the avoiding of tedious Suits in Civil and

Marine Causes

284

[ No. XX. ] 27 George III. c. 44.-An'Act to prevent frivolous and vexatious

Suits in Ecclesiastical Courts

... ib.

[ No. XXI. ] 53 George III. c. 127.–An Act for the better regulation of Eccle-

siastical Conrts in England; and for the more easy Recovery of Church Rates

and Tithes.-[12th July 1813.]

[ No. XXII. ) 4 George IV. c. 47.-An Act for the Regulation of the Conrt of

the Commissaries of Edinburgh; and for Altering and Regulating the Juris-

diction of inferior Commissaries in Scotland.-[19!h July 1823.] ..... 289 a

[ No. XXIII. ] 5 George IV. c. 27.–An Act to explain and amend an Act of the

Parliament of Ireland, passed in the Thirty-eighth Year of the Reign of his

Majesty King George the Third, for the better ascertaining the Amount, and

securing the Payment of the Bills of Costs of Proctors, employed in carrying

on and defending Suits, and transacting Business in the Higli Court of Admiralty,

in his Majesty's Court of Prerogative, in the Court of Delegates, and in all

Ecclesiastical Courts within the Kingdom of Ireland.--[17th May 1824.] 289 e

( No. XXIV. ] 10 George IV. c. 53.-An Act to Regulate the Salaries, Duties,

and Emoluments of the Officers Clerks and Ministers of certain Ecclesiastical

Courts iu England.-[19th June 1829.]

ib.

[ No. II. ] 17 Richard II. c. 6.-Upon an untrue Suggestion in the Chancery,

Damages may be awarded

290

[ No. III. ] 15 Henry VI. c. 4.—None shall sue a Subpæna until he find Surety
to satisfy the Defendant his Damages, if he do not verify his Bill

ib,

[ No. IV.) 5 Elizabeth, c. 18.–An Act declaring the Authority of the Lord Keeper

of the Great Seal and the Lord Chancellor of England to be one ....... 291

[ No. V. ] 43 Elizabeth, c. 4.–An Act to redress the Mis-employment of Lands,

Goods and Stocks of Money heretofore given to certain charitable Uses ... ib.

[ No. VI. ] 1 William and Mary, st. 1. c. 21.–An Act for enabling Lords Com-

missioners for the Great Seal to execute the Office of Lord Chancellor or Lord

Keeper.

[ No. VII. ) 4 & 5 William and Mary, c. 16.-An Act to prevent Frauds by clan-

destine Mortgages

293

[ No. VIII. ] 4 Anne, c. 16.–An Act for the Amendment of the Law, and the

better Advancement of Justice

293

[ No. IX. ] 5 Anne, c. 9.-An Act for rendering more effectual an Act passed in

the first Year of her Majesty's Reign, intituled, “ An Act for the better pre-

venting Escapes out of the Queen's Bench and Fleet Prisons

294

[ No. X. ] 12 George I. c. 32.-An Act for better securing the Monies and Effects

of the Suitors of the Court of Chancery, and for other Purposes ...... ib.

[ No. XI. ] 12 George I. c. 33.–An Act for Relief of the Suitors of the High Court

of Chancery

296

[ No. XII. ) 3 George II. c. 30.- An Act to put an End to certain Disputes touch-

ing Orders and Decrees made in the Court of Chancery...

...... ib.

[ No. XIII. ] 5 George II. c. 25.–An Act for making Process in Courts of Equity

effectual against Persons who abscond, and cannot be served therewith, or who

refuse to appear

... ib.

[ No. XIV. ] 7 George 11. c. 20.-An Act for the more easy Redemption and

Foreclosure of Mortgages

299

[ No. XV. ) 12 George II. c. 24.–An Act to empower the High Court of Chan.

cery to lay out upon proper Securities any Monies not exceeding a Sum therein

limited, out of the common and general Cash in the Bank of England belonging

in the Suitors of the said Court, for the Ease of the said Suitors, by applying

the Interest arising therefrom, for answering the Charges of the Office of the

Accountant-General of the said Court .....

..... ib.

[ No. XVI. ] 4 George III. c. 32.-An Act to empower the High Court of Chan.

cery to lay out, upon proper Securities, a further Sum of Money, not exceeding

a Sum therein limited, out of the common and general Cash in the Bank of Eng.

land belonging to the Suitors of the said Court; and for applying the Interest

arising therefrom, towards answering the Charges of the Office of the Ac-

countant-General of the said Court.

300

[ No. XVI. a. ] 5 George III. c. 28.–An Act to empower the High Court of

Chancery to lay out, upon Government Securities, a Sum of Money therein

mentioned, out of the common and general Cash in the Bank of England be.

longing to the Suitors of the said Court; and to apply the Interest arising there.

from, towards augmenting the Income of the Masters of the said Court ... ib.

[ No. XVII. ] 9 George III. c. 19.-An Act to empower the High Court of Chan-

cery to lay out, upon Government Securities, a further Sum of Money, not ex.

ceeding a Sum therein limited, out of the common and general Cash in the Bank

of England belonging to the Suitors of the said Court; and to apply the In

terest arising therefrom towards answering the Charges of the Office of Ac-

countant-General of the said Court

301

[ No. XVIIJ. ] 32 George III. C. 42.-An Act to empower the High Court of

Chancery to lay out a furtherSum of the Suitor's Money upon proper Securities

and for applying the Interest towards discharging the Expenses of the Office of

the Accountant-General, and for building Offices for the Masters in Ordinary in

Chancery, and a Public Office for the Suitors of the said Court, and Offices for

the Secretaries of Bankrupts and Lunatics, and for building Repositories for

securing the Title Deeds of the Suitors of the said Court, and the Records and

Proceedings of the Commissioners of Bankrupts and Lunatics ...

..... ib.

[ No. XIX. ] 36 George III. c. 90.--An Act for the Relief of Persons equitably

and beneficially entitled to or interested in the several Stocks and Aunuities

transferable at the Bank of England.- [14th May 1796.]

..... ib,

[ No. XX. ] 39 & 40 George III. c. 36.-An Act to enable Courts of Equity to

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compel a transfer

of Stock in Suits, without making the Governor and Company

of the Bank of England, or the United Company of Merchants of England

trading to the East Indies, or the Governor and Company of Merchants of

Great Britain trading to the South Seas or other parts of America, Party there.

to.— [1st May 1800.]

[ No. XXI. ] 39 & 40 George III. c. 56.–An Act for Relief of Persons entitled to

entailed Estates to be purchased with Trust Monies.—[2014 June 1800.] .. 303

[ No. XXII. ] 41 George III. c. 90.--An Act for the more speedy and effectnal

Recovery of Debts due to his Majesty, his Heirs and Successors, in Right of the

Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland; and for the bet.

ter Administration of Justice within the same. -

:-[2d July 1801.]. .... 303

[ No. XXIII. ] 45 George III. c. 75.–An Act to remove Doubts touching Ap-

pointments to certain Offices in the Court of Chancery made during the Vacancy

of the Office of Register and Keeper of the Register and Registers in that Court.

- [27th June 1805 ]

ib,

[ No. XXIV. ] 45 George III. c. 124.-An Act to amend an Act, passed in the

Fourth Year of bis present Majesty, intituled, " Au Aet for preventing Iocon.

veniences arising in Cases of Merchants, and such other persons as are within

the Description of the Statutes relating to Bankrupts, being entitled to Privi.

lege of Parliament and becoming Insolvent;" and to prevent Delay in the en-

tering Appearances in Actions bronght against Persons having Privilege of
Parliament.-[12th July 1805.]

304

[ No. XXV. ] 47 George III. st. 2. c. 40.-An Act to alter the Practice of Courts

of Equity, in Suits in wbich Members of Parliament are Defendants.-[8th

August 1807.] ...

305

[ No. XXVI. ] 47 George III. st. 2. c. 74.-An Act for more effectually securing

the Payment of the Debts of Traders.—[14th August 1807.]

ib.

[ No. XXVI. a. ] 49 George III. c. 6.-An Act for the Relief of Prisoners in Cus.

tody for Non-payment of Money pursuant to Orders of Courts of Equity.--

(13th March 1809.] .

311

[ No. XXVII. ] 52 George III. c. 32.-An Act for the Relief of Infant Suitors in

Courts of Equity, entitled to Stock or Annuities in any of the Public or other

Funds, transferable at the Bank of England.—[20th April 1812.] ....... 312

( No. XXVIII. ] 52 George III. c. 158.--An Act to extend the Provisions of an

Act passed in the Thirty-sixth Year of the Reign of his present Majesty, for the

Relief of Persons equitably entitled to Stocks and Aunuities transferable at the

Bank of England, and of an Act passed in this present Session for the Relief of

Infant Suitors entitled to the like Stocks and Annuities, to all other transfer-
able Stocks and Fupds.—(291h July 1812.] ......

ih.

[ No. XXIX. ] 53 George III. c. 24.–An Act to facilitate the Administration of

Justice.- (23d March 1813.]

313

[ No. XXX. ] 54 George III. c. 14.-An Act to provide that Property vested in

the Accountant-General of the High Court of Chancery, as such, shall, upon his
Death, Removal, or Resignation, vest from time to time in those who shall snc.

ceed to the Office.- [6th December 1813.] ...

[ No. XXXI. ] 57 George III. c. 39.--An Act to extend certain Provisions of the

Acts of the Thirty-sixth and Fifty-second Years of the Reign of his present Ma.

jesty to Matters of Charity and Friendly Societies.—(20th June 1817.] .. 316

( No. XXXII. ] 4 George IV. c. 61.-An Act for the better Administration of

Justice in the Court of Chancery in Ireland.—[10th July 1823.) ......... 317

[ No. XXXIII. ] 4 George IV. c. 70.-An Act for the better Administration of

Justice in the Equity Side of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland.-[11th July

1823.]

356

[ No. XXXIV. ] 5 George IV. c. 16.–An Act to amend an Act passed in the last

Session of Parliament, for the better Administration of Justice in the Equity

Side of the Conrt of Exchequer in Ireland.- [23d March 1824.] ..... 378

[ No. XXXV. ] 6 George IV. c. 30.-An Act to amend an Act of the Fourth

Year of his present Majesty's Reign, for the better Administration of Justice in

the Court of Chancery in Ireland.[10th June 1825.]

379

[ No. XXXVI.) 6 George IV. c. 60.-An Act to amend an Act of the Fourth Year

of his present Majesty's Reign, for the better Administration of Justice in the

Equity Side of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland.- [224 June 1825.) .... 388

[ No. XXXVII. ] 6 George IV. c. 93.–An Act to render valid certain Decrees

and Orders at the Rolls Court. [5th July 1825.] ....

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