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called Efford Quay, in the parish of Egg Buckland, in the county of Devon, to the borough of Plymouth,
An act to alter and enlarge the powers of three acts, made in the reventh, thirty-fift, and thiriy.fifth vears of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing the highways from that part of Counter's Briuge which lies in the parish of Kensing'on, in the county of Middlesex, leading through the towns of Brentford nd Hountlow to the Powder Mills in the road to Staines, and to Cranford Bridge, in the road to Colnbrook ; and several other roads in the taid county, lo far as relates to the old dittrict of road described in the fi it of the said acts.
An act for enlarging the term and powers of two acts, made in the first and twenty fecond years of the reign of his prelent' Majesty, so far as the fame relate to the road leading to the town of Stone, in the county of Stat. ford, to a certain gate, in the borough of Stafford, called Gaul Gate, and from a gare called Green Gate, through the towns of Duntion and Penkridge, to a road called Sueeway, in the road to Wolvernampton, in the said county of Stafford.
An act for repealing an act, made in the thirty-first year of the reign of his present M jeity, intituled, “ An act for making a new road from St. George's Gaie, in the city of Canterbury, to a place called Gutteridge Bottoin, and for repairing and widening the present road trom thence to the Dover turnpike-road, in the parıth of Barbam, in the county of Kent,". and for making further and better provision for the several purposes of the faid act.
An act for amending, widening, repairing, and improving the road from the village of Gloffop, in the county of Derby, to Marple Bridge, in the faid county, and for making several branches of roads to or from the fame.
An act to repeal certain parts of an act, passed in the present Session of Parliament, intituled, “ An act for the more speedy and effectual enrol. ment of the militia of Ireland, and for filling vacancies therein," and for making other provisions in lieu thereof.
An act for allowing vessels employed in the Greenland Whale Fishery to complete their full number of men at certain ports, for the present seafon.
An act to intitle Roman Catholics taking and subscribing the declaration and oath contained in the act of the thirty-first year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, “ An act to relieve, upon conditions, and under reltrictions, the persons therein described, from certain penalties and dire abilities to which Papists, or persons protelling the Popith religion are by law subject,” to the benefits given by an act of the eighteenth year of the reign of his prefent Majeity, intitu'ed, “ An act for relieving his Majesty's subjects protelling the Popith religion froin certain penalties and ditabilities impoled on them by an act, made the eleventh and twelfth years of the reign of King William the Third, intituled, an act for the further preventing the growth of Popery.".
An act to continue until the eighth day of July, one thousand eight hur. dred and three, an act made in the foriy-second year of the reign of his prefent Majesty, intituled, “ An act to continue until the eigluh day of April, one thousand tight liur.dred and three, an act palled in the last fefe fion of Parliament for itaying proceseings in actions, under the statute of King Henry the eighth, for abridging fpiritual perfons from having p.ura. lities of livings, and of taking of farms; and also to stay procee.tings in actions, under an act of the thirteenth year of Queen Elizabeth, touching leases of benefices, and other eccleliaftical livings with cure."
An act for establishing certain regulations in the office of surveyor geveral of bis Majesty's woods, forests, parks, and chafes.
An act for vesting certain lands and herediraments in trustees, for further promoting the service of his Majesty's ordnance at Woolwich. ? An a&t to provide a new burial ground, and erect a chapel thereon, for the parish of St. Giles in the Fields, in the coumiy of Middlesex.
An a&t for altering and, amending the several laws, now in force, for enabling the Royal Canal Company, to complete a navigable canal from Dublin to Farmonbury, on the river Shannon.
An act for abolithing certain dues, called petty cftoms, anchorage, and groundage, and for improving the port of the town of Southampton ; for niaking a convenient dock for the security of thips; for extending the quays and wharfs, and making docks and piers in the harbour there, and for erecting warehouses for the safe custody of goods and merchandize ; and for imposing certain dities for the above pui poles.
An act for more effectually amending, widening, and keeping in repair the roads from the ealt end of the town of Chard, to the south end of Weft Moor, and froin the west end of the Yeovil turnpike road through IlminSter to Kenny Gate, and from the welt end of Peale Marsh lane, to Hor. ton Elm, and from Saint Rane Hill to Ilminster, and froin White Crois to Chillington Down, and from a place called Three Oaks over Ilford Bridge to Old Way, and from the Cross Keys to Catherine Wheel in the parith of Ashill, in the county of Somerset.
An act for altering and enlarging the powers of several acts paffed in the thirty-fiift year of the reign of his late Majesty, and in the tenth and thirty-second years of the reign of his present Majesty, so far as relates to the road from Leeds to Wakefield, in the county of York.
An act to alter and amend an att, made in the twenty-sixth year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, “ An act for making, widening, and repairing public roads in the county of Dublin, and for sepealing parts of feveral acts formerly made for that purpole,"
An act for continuing the term, and altering and enlarging the pow.5s of two several acts panid in the firft and twenty-third years of the reign of his present Majetty, for repairing and widening the roads froin Dyed Way, to Somerton, and from Yowbridge to Tittinghuill Fords, and from a stream of water called Ford to Cartgate in Matlock, in the county of somerset; and also for repairing and widening the roads from a place called Hurst Bow, in Matlock aforesaid, through a common meadow cvlid Pe. therton, Broadmeal, and thence through the parishes of South Petherton, Shepton, Beauchamp, and Barrington, to join the turnpike road leading from Imintter to Langport, and from South Petherton aforesaid, through part of the several parishes of South Petherton and Loslen to White Crois, in the said parilli of Lollin, all in the said county of Somerset.
An act for continuing the term, and altering and enlarging the powers of two acts passed in the thirty-second year of the reign of his lare Mujeftr, and the twenty-first year of the reign of his present Majefty, for repairing, and widening the road from Modbury, througb the town of Plymon, so the north end of Lincotia-lane, in the co'mty of Devon.
An act for continuing the term, and altering and enlarging the powers of two acts, passed in the thirty-third year of the reign of his late Majesty, and the twenty first
year of the reign of his prefent Majesty, for amending, widening, nad keeping in repair, the roads from Tamworth to Alhby.de. Ja-Zouch, in the county of Leicester, and from Sawly Ferry, now Harring, ton Bridge, in the said county, to a turnpike gate, at or near the end of Swanciiff. Lane, to Alby-de-la-Zouch aforesaid.
APRIL. An act for raising the sum of four millior:s by loans or exchequer bills, for the service of the year one thousand eight hundred and three.
An act to enable his Majesty to grant a certain annuity to Rear Admiral Sir James Saumarez, Baronet, and Knight of the most Honourable Oriler of the Bath, in consideration of the emninent services which he has performed on various occasions.
An act to provide, until the twenty-fifth day of March, one thousand eighe hundred and four, for the more speedy and effectual completion of the establishment of officers in the militia of Great Britain, and for facili. tating the filling up vacancies therein.
An act for appointing commissioners for distributing the money ftipuJated to be paid by the United States of Americi, under the convention made between his Majesty and the said United States, among the perfuns having claims to compenfation out of such money.
An act for continuing the term, and altering and enlarging the powers of two several acts; the one made and passed in the third year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, “ An act for repairing, widening, and keeping in repair the high road leading from the fourteenth mile ftone in the parish of Mothoey, in the county of Carmarthen, through Llandovery to Llydad-y-Gwyn, in the parish of Llandilovatur, and from thence by Cledfulchand over Duless Bridge, to the town of Llardilovawr, and from thence along the post road by Rhiwyradar, through the couniy of the Borough of Carmarthen and village of St. Clear's, to Tavernspire, in the parilh of Killig, at the borders of the county of Pembroke :"the other made and passed in the twenty-fourth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for continuing the term and powers of the said act, and for repairing, amending, and keeping in repair, several other roads within the faid county; for discharging the trustees from the care and management of certain parts of the said roads ; and for making, amending, altering, widening, improving, and keeping in repair several other roads within the said county:
An act for amending, altering, widening, improving, and keeping in repair, the road leading from the north or north-welt end of a certain ttreet, called Lower Water Strect, in the town of Carınarthen, through ene vil. lage of Couwell Elvet in the parish and chrough the village of Velindre Shinkin, in the parish of Penboír, to the town of Newcastle Emlyn, in the parish of Cenarth, and several other roads in the county of Carmarthen.
MAY 17. An act to continue until the twenty-ninth day of September, one thousand eight hundred and four, several acts of Parliament, for the better collection and security of his Majesty's revendes in Ireland, and for
preventing frauds therein. An act to amend and continue, until three months after
any restriction imposed by an act of the ipresent session of Parliament on the Bank of
England from isfying cah in pavonents 1hz!! corre, an act made in the Paijanent of Irelan'i, in the thirty-leventh vear of the reign of h's prefent Ma eftv, for confir ning and continuing the reitrictions on piy ments in cah by the Bank of Ireland.
An act to continue, until the twenty fitib day of March, one thousan eight hundred and four, so much of an ac, ma le in the forty-firit year of the reign of his present Majeltv, relaring to certain duties on fuyar and coffee exported, for printing Britifs plantation sugar to be wareholed, and for regulating and allowing draw backs of lugar exported, as rela es to repealing the duties on tugar and coffee exported, and allowing British plantation jugar to be warehoused.
An act for enlarging the per od for the payment of part of certain lims of money, advanced by way of loan, to several perfuns connected with, and trading to, the lands of Grenada and St. Vincent.
An act for the more effectually preserving the peace, and securing the freedom of elt&ion, in the town of Nottingham, and county of the tad town.
An ac: for increasing the rates of subsistence to be paid to innkeepers and others, on quantering soldiers.
An act for paving, cleansing, lighting, watching and improving the borough of King's Lynn, in the county of Norfolk, and for removing nuilərices and annoyances therein ; and for holding the Saturday and beat markers within more convenient pares of ihe said borough.
An act for making and main:aining a railway from or near a place called Pitlake meadow, in the town of Croydon, io or near to the town of Ryegate, in the county of Surry, with a collateral branch from the faid railway, at or near a place called Merltham, in the parish of Merdham, to or near a place called Godilone Green, in the paridh of Godstone, all in the faidi county of Surry.
An act to amend and render more eff etval, an act made in the twentieth year or the reign of his late Mujelty, for repairing, improving, and main. taining the public conduits and other water. works belonging to the town f Southampton.
An act for enabling the mod noble John Duke of Athol and his heirs, to build a bridge over
the river Tay, at or near to the town of Dunkeld, in the county of Perth, and make roads of communication thereunto.
An act for amending, widering, improving, and keeping in repair the road leading from the port of Porthdinllaen, in the county of Carnarvon, to or car a place called Caenant, in the county of Merioneth, and lion Tan-y.Graig in the paris of Bodwean, to the town of Pwllbel', and from thence to the village of Llanyit ymdwy, and from a place called Cerrig-yRhywydwi, to or near to Capel Cerrig, in the said county of Carnarvon ; and for building a bridge acrols the river Aberglaslyn, in the said counties.
An acı to continue the term, and alier and enlarge the powers of iwo 8cts, paffed in the lecond and twenty-third years of the reign of his prefent Majelly, for amending the road tronı the south end of Spaisows Herne on Bulhy Heath, in the county of Herttoid, to the road at Walton, in the county of Buckinghain.
An act for enlarging and altering the powers of, and rendering more effe&tual several acts of the twenty-fourth and twenty-eighth years of his late Majeily, and of the fourth, twenty-fourth, tu enty-fifth, twenty-nirth, and thirty-righth years of his present Majesty's reign, for repairingibe turnpike and other high roads in the county of Erinburgh.
901 An act for enlarging the term and powers of two acts, passed in the fourteenth and thirry-second years of his present Majellŷ's reign, for more effectually making and repairing the road from the city of Glasgow, tó Yoker Bridge, and the road of communication between the same and the canal from the Furth to the Clyde.
MAY 27. An act for consolidating and amending the foveral laws for providing relief for the families of the militia men of England, when called out into actual service. An act to enable the East India Company to defray the expences
of certain volunteer corps raised by the laid company.
An act to amend lo much of several acts passed in the sixth and seventh years, and in the seventh and eighth years of the reign of King William the Third, as relates to the exportation of silver bullion.
An act for the more effectual prevention of frivolous and vexatiou's arrelts and suits, and to authorize the levying of poundage upon executions in certain cases.
An act to annend, alter, and enlarge the powers of an act, paffed in the second year of the reign of his present Majesty, so far as the farie relates to maintaining a nightly watch, and lighting and cleansing the freets, rows; and passages, within the city of Chelter, and for preventing nu func-s, and annoyances in the streets, rows, and passages, within the said city, and for regulating and improving the police inereof.
An act to amend and rendei more effectual, an act passed in the thirtyfirst year of the reign of his present Majelty, for building a bridge over the river Ouse, from Selby in the Welt Riding of the county of York, to the oppufile fhore in the parish of Heminborough in the East Riding of the same county.
An act for building a bridge over the river Derwent, at or near Loft. some Ferry, from the parilla of Wressel, to the opposite More in the parilha of Hemingborough, in the East Riding of the county of York.
An act for continuing the term and altering and enlarging the powers of two acts pailed in the twenty-eighth year of King George the Second, and the twenty-firtt year of his present Majesty, for amending the roads from the west end of Toller Lane, near Bradford, through Haworth, ja the county of York, 10 a place called Blue Bell, near Colne in the county of Lancaiter; and from a place called the Two Laws to Kighley, in the Said county of York.
An act for continuing the term and altering and enlarging the powers of two acts passed in the twenty-eighth year of King George the Second, and the twenty-first year of his pretent Majelty, for reparing the road from Cocking End, near Addingham, in the West Riding of the county of York, through Hildwick, to Black Lane end, in the county palatine of Lancaster.
An act for continuing the term, and altering and enlarging the powers of two acts passed in the second and twenty.third years of the reign of his present Majelty, for repairing, widening, and altering the road ti om Sandon in the county of Stafford, to Bullock Smithy in ihe county of Chester, and from Hilderstone to Draycott in the Moors, and from Wetley Rocks to Tean, in the said county of Stafford. VOL. IV. 1801-2,