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JUNE 16 An act to enable his Majesty more effectually to provide for the defence and security of the realm during the present war, and for indemnifying persons who may fúffer in their property by such measures as may be necessary for that purpose.

An act to render more effectual an act passed in the forty.fecond year of his

present Majesty's reign, for consolidating the proviGons of several acts Palled for the redemption and sale of the land-tax.

An act for more speedily completing the militia of Great Britain, raised under two acts, pasted in the forty-second year of the reign of his present Majesty, and for amending the said acts.

An act to render the process of his Majesty's courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, in personal actions, in Ireland, more be. neficial ; and also to prevent frivolous and vexatious arrests, and to repeal so much of an act, passed in the Parliament of Ireland, in the twenty-firft and twenty-second years of the reign of his present Majefty, intituled, ** An act for enlarging the time for trials by nisi prius in the city and county of Dublin, and for making the process of the Court of Exchequer more effectual," as relates to compelling the appearance of defendants in personal actions.

An aa for indemnifying all persons who have been concerned in issuing, or carrying into execution, certain orders of council for the prevention of the exportation of gunpowder, naval ftores, and faltpetre, and the permition of the exportation of feed corn to Norway.

An act for making better provision for the parochial Ichoolmafters, and for making further regulations for the better government of the parifi Schools in Scotland.

An act for repairing, improving, and preserving the harbour of Dyfart, in the county of Fife.

An act to amend an act made in the 26th year of the reign of his present Majesty, for the improvement of the harbour of Alloa ; for paving, cleanfing and lighting the town of Alloa, and for other purposes.

An act for repealing so much of an act made in the ninth year of the seign of King George the Second, intituled, “ An act to enable the justices of the peace, ačting for the western divifion of the county of Kent, to purchase a convenient piece of ground for building a gaul for the fact county, and for empowering the said justices to apply part of the county stock of the faid division towards the same;" as requires that the faut gaol should be repaired exclusively at the expence of the said weftern divison; and for the better regulation and payment of the public expences of the said county:

An act for paving, lighting, cleansing, watching, and improving the ftreets, passages, and places within the town of Worbing, in the county of Sussex, for removing and preventing annoyances and obftructions therein, and for establishing an effective police in the faid town.

An act for repealing so much of an act, made in the third year of the reign of King George the Second, intituled, “ An act for cl anong the ports, harbours and rivers of the city of Cork, and of the towns of Galway, Sligo, Drogheda, and Belfast, and for erecting a ballast office in the tad city, and each of the faid towns,' as relates to the port and harbour of the town of Sligo; and for repeating an act made in the forrieth year of his present Majesty, intituled, "An act for paving, cleansing, lighting, and improving the streets, quays, lanes, and palages, in the town of Sligo in the county of Sligo, for establishing a nightly watch in the said town, for supplying the said town with pipe water, and for improving and regulating the port and harbour thereof ;” and for making better provision For the paving, lighting, watching, cleansing, and improving, of the said town of Sligo ; and for regulating the porters and carmen employed there in ; and for the better regulation and improvement of the port and har. bour thereof.

An act 10 alter and amend two acts passed in the thirteenth year of the reign of King Edward the first, and in the thirteenth year of King Rich. ard the Second, for the prefervation of salmon and other fish in the rivers Teign, Dart, and Plym, in the county of Devon.

An act for the more effe&ually repairing the parish church of Dagen. hann, in the county of Essex.

An act for continuing the term, and altering and enlarging the powers of two acts paff:d in the first and twenty first years of the reign of his present Majelty, for repairing and widening the road leading from the eattern end o the borough of Grampound in the county of Cornwall, through the towns of St. Auttin and Loitwithiel, and thence to the eat end of the welt. ern Taphouse-lane in the said county,

An act for regular ag and converting the ftatute labour in the county of Kinross, and for more effectually making and repairing the highways within the said county. "An act to continue the term, and alter and enlarge the powers of two acts, made in the twenty-fourth year of his lace Majesty, and the twentySecond of his present Majesty, for repairing the road from Prelton to Lau. caiter, and from theuce to a place called Heiring Syke ; and for maintaining and keeping in repair the road from the guide-post in the townthip of Siyne, with Helt, to a place called Helt Bank, in the said township.

An act for continuing the term, and altering and enlarging the powers of an act, nrade in the thirty-third year of the reign of his prelent Majesty, for more effectually amending, and keeping in repair, the road from the city of Worce!ter, through Dioitwich, to Spadelbourne Bridge, within the parish of Bromsgrove, in the county of Worcester, and other roads therein mentioned.

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 Majefty, and in the twenty-second year of the reign of his prefent Majetty, for repairing leverai roads leading to the town of Okehampton in the county of Devon.

An act for continuing the term, and altering and enlarging the powers of an act, palled in the twenty-fifth year of the reign of his present Majerty, for amending, and keeping in repair, the road from Whitechapel church in the county of Middlesex, to Shenfield, and the furthermolt part of the parıth of Woodford, towards Epping, and from the causeway in the parish of Low Layton, to the end of the said parish of Woodford, next Chigwell, and through the parishes of Chigwell and Lambourn, in the county of Esex; and for lighting and watching the lind rrad from Whitechapel church to the four mile stone in the Rumford and Woodford roads.

An act for amending, widening, altering and improving the road lead. ing from the high street in the town of Arundel, to the junction of the Perworth and Pulborough roads, and from thence to join the prcient xusupike road on Fittleworth common, in the county of Suff.x. SU 3

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An act for continuing the term, and altering and enlarging the powers of two a&ts, passed in the first and twenty-third years of the reign of his preserit Majelty, for making a road from the north ealt tide ot Goswell. treet Roau, next INington, and near :o the road called the New Road, over the helds to Old-iteet, and from the Dog Houte Bar to the end of Chitwell. street, by the Artillery Ground, in the county of Middlesex.

An ast for an ending, altering and keeping in repair the road from the turnpike road between Burudy and Coine, in the township of Marsden, in the parish of Whalley in the county palatine of Lancaiter, to the town of Gisburne, in the West Riding of the county of York, and frume thence to the turnpike road leading from Skipton to Serile, it or near the town or 'village of Long Preston, in the said county of York.

An act to continue the term, and alter and enlarge the powers of an aat passed in the twenty-first year of the reign of his present Majeltv, for repair. ing the roads from the present turnpike road upon Greenhill M or to Hata herjage, and from Chetter field turnspike road, near Stone Midleton, to

Totley, all in the county of Derby ; and also for making iwo new branches from fail roads to Burlow, in the laid county, and to Goole Gieco, near Sheffield, in the county of York.

An act to continue the term, and alter and enlarge the powers of two acts, passed for amending the road from Sacred Gate in the parish of Thorngurebald, to Patırıngton Creek or Haven, and from the Guide Poft in Wineltead, to Freddingham Gate, iri or near Widow Blanton's Farm, in the county of York.

An act fir continuing ihe term, and altering the powers of two aets, made in the twenty. ninih year of his lale Majesty King George the sea cond, and in the twenty-second year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repaimng and widening the ruads leading from pond barely belong ing to Henry Eyre, Esq. in the parish of Whiteparilh, in the county of Wil's, to the top of Dunm od Hill, and from thence over Great Bridge and Middle Bridge, through Romley Intia, to Hundred Bridge, in the county of Southainpion, and from thence to the county of the town of Southampton.

JUNE 24.
An act for raising the fum of twelve millions by way of annuities.

An act 10 repeat the duties of customs payable in Great Britain, and to grant other duries in lieu thereof,

An a&t for remedying certain defects that have occurred in ifluing cer. tain Exchequer bills.

An act for trarsferring to the Royal Navy such seamen as are now serving in th Militia of Great Britain.

An act for the better prutection of the trade of the United Kingdom, during the present hostilities with France.

An act to explain and amend an act, passed in the thirty-ninth year of his present Majeity's reign, intitled, “ An act for regulating the inner in which the United Company of Nierchants of England trading to the East Indies, Thall hire and take up ships for their regular fervice;' to cun. tinue untii the twenty-fifth day of iviaich, one thousand eight hundred and fix.

An act for regulating the vesels carrying passengers from the Unised Kingdom to bis Majesty's plantations and fetilements abroad, or to foreign parts, with respect to the number of such passengers.

An act for further prevention of malicious footing, and ariemprino to discharge loaded fire-arms, fabbing, cutting, wounding, poisoning, and the malicious using of means to procure the miscarriage of women; and also the malicions setting fire to buildings; and also for repealing a certain act made in England, in the twenty-firit year of King James the First, intituled, “ An act to prevent the diftroying and murdering of bastard children," and allo an act made in Ireland, in the fixth year of the reign of Queen Anne, also intituled, “ An act to prevent the destroying and inuur. dering of bastard children,” and for making other provisions in lieu thereof.

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An act for the better supply of mariners and leamen in ferve in his Ma. jesty's ships of war, and on board merchant ships, and other trading thips and vessels, during the present hoftilities.

An act for the relief of sulciens, nors, and mariners, and of the wives of foldiers, in the cales there in menitoneal, lo far as relates to England.

An act for velting in truliees certain l-ms and hereditaments at Charl. ton, in the county of Kent, for further pri moting the Icrvice of his Ma. jesty's Ordnance.

An act for veiting in trustees certain lands an:] hereditaments at Weedon Beck, in the county of Northampion, for erecting huidings thereon, tos the service of his Majetty's Ordnance.

An act for repairing, enlarging, and improving the pier and quay within the port or barbour of Torquay, in the county of Devon.

An act for the further improvement of the nai bours of the town of Greenock, and for other purpoies therein mentioned.

An act tor repealing so much of an act, pasi d in the fortyohift year of his present Majčity, for building a pier at Shternels, in the ille ot Seppy, in the county of Kent, and for other pui poles, as authorises ihe taking or carrying away any gravel, stones, baliatt, land, or other materials, fiom the ita beach, belonging to William Allton, Lord of the Manor of Min. Iter, in the laid ille of Sheppy, without paying any thing tor the same.

An act for paving, lighting, watching, and improving, the town of Bradford, and part of the hainiet of Litile Horton adjoining there'o, in the county of York, and for removing and preventing all nulances the ein.

An act for remedying certain detects in the laws relative to tlie build. ing and repajring of county bridges, and other works mainiained at the ex pence of the inhabitants of counties in England.

An act to cltablith a chapel of eale at Brighton, in the County of Sufsex

An act for amending, widening, improving, and keeping in repair, the road leading from the London turnpike road near the Touth or upper end of Harweli Town, in the parish of Harwell in the county of Berks, 10 the turnpike road near the village of Strearey, in the laid county.

An act to continue the term, and alter and eniarge the poweis of an act pased in the twenty-leventh year of the reign of his present Majeity, for amending the roads from the city of Chelter to the Woodfide Fury, in the county of Chelter, and other roads i herein mentioned.

An act for continuing the terin, and altering and enlarging the powers of two acts, palled in the ninth and twenty-nının years of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing certain soads from the end of the county of Scafford, through Nantwich, to the ciiy of Cheiter, tu far as the faid acts relate to the fielt district of roads.

An ad for further continuing the term, and enlarging the powers of an act made in the thirty-third year of the reign of his late Majelty King George the second, for repairing and widening the roads from Hale. worthy, in the parish of Davidtow, in the county of Coruwall, to the celt end of Wadebridge, and from the west end of Wavebridge into and through the borough of Mitchell, in the said county.

An An a& for making and repairing the road from Greenock to Kelley Bridge, in the county of Renfrew, and a road branching out of the same to Ailly Miln, in the same county,

JULY 4. An act for granting to his Majesty, during the present war, and until the ratification of a definitive treaty of peace, additional duties on the importation and exportation of certain goods, wares and merchandize, and on the tonnage of ships and vesels in Great Britain.

An act for granting to his Majesty the sum of twenty thousand pounds, to be issued and applied to vards making roads and building bridges in the Highlands of Scotland, and for enabling the proprietors of land in Scotland to charge their estates with a proportion of the expences of making, and keeping in repair, roads and bridges in the Highlands of Scotland.

An aèt to repeal the duties of excile payable in Great Britain, and to grant other duties in lieu thereof.

An act to amend an act, passed in the forty.second year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, “ An act to repeal an act, passed in the twenty-fifth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for granting tamp duties on certain medicines, and for charging other duties in lieu thereot, and for making effectual provilion for the better collection of the faid duties.”

An a&t for making allowances, in certain cases, to subaltern officers of the Militia of Great-Britain while disembodied.

An act for augmenting the number of Field officers, and other officers of Militia, within Great Britain.

An act for further regulating the adminiftration of the oath or affirma. tion required to be taken by electors of members to serve in parliament, by an ad passed in the second year of King George tlre second, intituled, “ An ad for the more effectually preventing bribery and corruption in the elec. tion of members to terve in parliament."

Ana&t for making more effe&tual provision 'within Ireland for the pu. nishment of offences in wilfully casting away, finking, burning, or destroy. ing tips and vessels, and for the more convenient trial of accessories in te. lonies.

An a&t for continuing until the first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and four, an act passed in the forty-second year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, “ An act for regulating antil the fifteenth day of February, one thousand eight hundred and three, the prices at which grain, meal, and four, may be exported from Great Britain to Ireland, and from Ireland to Great-Britain ;" and also, an act made in the present session of parliament, for continuing the faid act, and for permitting the exportation of feed corn from Great Britain to Ireland, and the importation of malt into Great Britain from Ireland,

An act for transferring to the Royal Navy such seamen as are now serving in the Militia of Ireland.

An act to indemnify persons who have omitted to qualify themselves for offices or employments in Ireland, according to law.

An act to avihorile the sale or mortgage of the eitates of persons found lunatic by inquifition, in England or Ireland, refpectively, and the granting of leales of the fame.

An act to extend the provisions of two acts, passed in the thirty-ninth and fortieth, and in the forty-first years of the reign of his present Ma. jetty, relating to the use of horse-hides in making boots and shoes, and pre

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