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venting the damages of raw hides and skins in the flaying thereof, and to alter and amend the fame as to the cities of London and Weftmintter, and borongh of Southwark, and liberties thereof, and all places within fifteen miles of the Royal Exchange of the said city of London.

An a&t for sailing and securing a fund for making provision for the wi. dows of the writers to his Majesty's Signet in Scotland.

An act for enabling the company of proprietors of the Dorset and Somerset Canal Navigation, to raise a further suin of money towards completing the said Canal, and for altering and amending an act, passed in the thirtyfixth year of the reign of his present Majelty, for making and maintaining the faid navigation.

An act to continue the term, and alter and enlarge the powere of two acts, passed for amending and widening the road leading from the high poft road, near the town of Faversham, to the town and port of Hythe, and from Bacon's Water to Holy Lane, in Wincheap, near the city of Canterbury, in the county of Kent.

An ad for continuing the term, and consolidating into one act, several acts relating to the road from Glasgow to Redburn Bridge, and for making and repairing the road therein mentioned.

An act for more effectualiy amending, widening, improving, and keeping in repair the ruad leading from the town of Kingiton upon Thames, in the county of Surry, to a place called Sheetbridge, near Petersfield, in the County of Southampton.

An act for enlarging the term, and altering the powers, of two acts, made in the twenty-eighth year of the reign of King George the second, and in the nineteenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing the road from Bury, in the county of Huntingdon, to a house called tlac Spread Eagle, in Stratton, in the county of Bedford.

JULY 6. act to enable his Majesty more effectually to raise and assemble in England, an additional military Force for the better detence and security of the United Kingdom, and for the more vigorous prosecution of the war.

An act to enable his Majefty more effeclually to raise and assemble, in Scotland, an adelicional military force for the better defence and security of the United Kingdom, and for the more vigorous prosecution of the war.

JULY 7. An AA to amend the laws relating to fpiritual persons holding of farms, and tor enforcing the residence of Ipiritual persons on their benefices in England.

JULY 11. An act for granting to his Majesty a certain sum of money to be raised by lotteries.

An act to enable his Majesty more effe&tually to raise and assemble, in Ireland, an additional military force for the beiter defence and security of the unired kingdom, and for the more vigorous prosecution of the war.

An a&t for defraying, until the 25th day of March, 1804, the charge of the pay and cloathing of the militia of Ireland; for holding courts mar. tial on lerjeant-majors, serjeants, corporals, and drummers, for offences committed during the time tuch militia shall not be embodied; and for making allowances in certain cafes to subaltern officers of the said militia during peace.

An act to continue, during the restriction on payments in calh by the Bank of Ireland, and to amend an act, made in the Parliament of Ireland, in the 39th year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, “ An act to restrain the negotiation of promiffory notes and inland bills of exchange under a limited lum;' and also an act, made in the Parliament of Ireland, in the 40th year of his present Majesty's reign, to continue and amend the faid act.

An act for providing relief for the families of militia-men in Scotland, when called out into actual service.

An act for enlarging the limits of the southern whale fishery.

An act to prevent unlawful combinations of workmen, artificers, journeymen, and labourers, in Ireland, and for other purposes relating thereto.

An act for explaining, amending, and enlarging, the powers of an act, paffed in the 15th year of the reign of his present Majelty, so far as relates to supplying the inliabitants of Port Glasgow an! Newark with water ; to paving, cleansing, lighting, and watching, the said town; and to repairing and keeping in repair the harbour of Port Glasgow; and for erecting a new court-house and prison, and other necessary public buildings in the said towns.

An act for more effectually repairing and improving the several roads Jeading to and from the city of Exeter, and for repairing Exe bridge and Countess Ware bridge.

JULY 13: An a&t for raising the sum of five millions by loans or exchequer bills, for i he service of Great Britain, for the year 1803.

An act for granting to his Majelly certain duries on the importation of goods, wares, and merchandize, into, and on goods, wares, and mer. chandize, exported from, Ireland; and also certain duties of excife on fpirits and malt distilled and made in Ireland.

An al for defiaying the charge of the pay and cloathing of the militia in Great Britain, for the year 1803.

An act to revive, and further continue until the 25th day of March 1804, and amend so much of an aét, made in the 39tlr and 40th years of the reign of his present Majesty, as grants certain allowances to adjutants and ferjeant-majors of the militia of England, disembodied under an act of the same feflion of Parliament,

An act to authorile the advancement of further sums of money out of the consolidated fund, to be applied in the improvement of the port of London by the mayor, aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in common council afsembled; and to empower the Lords Commiffioners of his Ma. jesty's Treasury to purchase the legal quays between London Bridge and the Tower of London.

An a&t for regulating the markets within the town of Blackburn, in the county palatine of Lancaster, and for improving the streets and oiber places within the said town.

JULY 27. An aa for raising the sum of one million, Irish currency, by treasury bills, for the service of Ireland, for the year 1803.

An act for granting to his Majesty the sum of twenty thoufand pounds towards desraying the expence of making an inland navigation from the eastern to the western sea, by Inverness and Fort William, and for taking the necessary Ateps towards executing the same.

An act to amend and render more effectual an act, passed in the present Session of Parliament, intituled, " An act to enable his Majesty more ef.

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fectually to provide for the defence and security of the realm during the present war, and for indemnifying persons who may suffer in their property by such measures as may be neceffary for ihat purpose;" and to enable his Majesty more effeciually and speedily to exercise liis ancient and undoubted prerogative in requiring the military service of his liege subjects in case of invasion of the realm.

An act for consolidating certain of the provisions contained in any act or acts relating to the duties under the management of the commissioners' for the affairs of taxes, and for amending the fame.

An act to amend leveral acts of Parliament for the betier collecrion and securi:y of his Majetty's revenue of cuttoms and excise in Ireland, and for preventing frauds therein; and to make further regulations relating there.' 10.

An act to amend the acts now in force for securing the collection of the revenue upon mali, and for regulating the trade of a distiller in Ireland.

An act to rectify a mistake in an act, made in this present fellion of Parliament, intituled, “ An act for enlarging the period for the payment of part of certain sums of money a'lvanced by way of loan to several părfons connected with and iraciing to the inlands of Grenada and St. Vincent.”

An act to permit Portugal wines to be landed and warehoused in the united kingdom without payment of duties, under certain retricio.is, for a limited rime.

An act to permit the exportation, for two years, of a certain quantity of corn, grain, meal, flour, bread, biscuit, or pulle, to the islands of Gueria' ley, Jersey, and Alderney, from other poris of England, as well as the port of Southampion, uniler certain restrictions.

Au act to fender more effe&tual two acts, made in this present session of Parliament, for the more specdily completing the militia of Great Britain, and for railing an additional military force for the berter defence of the united kingdom.

An act for railing in the city of London a certain number of men, as an adilition to the military force of Great Britain, for the better defence and security of the united kingdom, and for the more vigorous prosecution. of the war.

An act for the more effectually providing for the punishment of offences in wilfully calling away, burning, or destroying thips and vessels, and for the more convenient trial of accesories in felonies, and for extending the power of an act, made in the 330 year of the reign of King Henry VIII. as far as relates to murders, to accessories to murders, and to manslaughters.

An act for effectuating certain parts of an act, passed in the 2d and 3d years of the reign of her late Majelty Queen Anne, intituled, “ An act for the making more effectwal her Majelty's gracious intentions for the augmentation of the maintenance of the poor clergy, by enabling her Ma. jelty to grant in perpetuity the revenues of the firit fruits and teoths, and allo for enabling any other perfors to make grants for the same purpole," so far as the same relate to deeds and wills, made for granting and bequeathing lands, tenerments, hereditaments, goods, and chattels, to the governors of the bounty of Queen Anne, for the purposes in the said act inentioned, and for enlarging the powers of the laid governors .

An act to rectify a miltake in an act, made in this prefent session of Parliament, intituled, “ An act to amend the laws relating to spiritual persons holding of farms, and for enforcing the residence of Ipiritual per. VOL. IV. 1802.3.

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fons on their benefices in England," and to remove a doubt respec:ing the title of the statute of the 21t year of King Henry the Eighth therein mentioned.

An act to promote the building, repairing, or otherwise providing of churches and chapels, and of houles for the residence of minifters, and the providing of church-yards and glebes.

An act to enable the commissioners of first-fruits in Ireland to lend cer. tain sums of money, interest free, to incumbents of benefices there, for the purpose of enabling them to erect or purchale glebe houses and offices convenient for their residence, glebe lands fit and convenient for the erection of such houses and offices, and to make provision for the repayment of all ioans so to be made by the said commissione s.

An act to explain and amend an act, made in the last session of Parlia. ment, intituled, “ An act, made in the 22d year of the reign of his pre. sent Majesty, for the better relief and employment of the poor," lo far as relates to the payment of the debts incurred for building any poor house.

An act for enabling friendly focieties, intended to be established under an act, passed in the 330 year of the reign of his present Majetly, to rectity mistakes made in the registry of their roles.

An act for the better preservation of heath fowl, commonly called Black Game, in the New Forest, in the couny of Southampton.

An act 10 explain and amend two acts, made in the 2:1 and 39'h and 40th years of the reign of his present wajelty, for preventing the commií. lion of ihetes and frauds, by persons navigating buin boats and other boats upon the river Thames, and for the more effectual prevention of deprela.. tions thereon, fo far as relates to the feizure of exciseable commodities.

An act for the further improvement of the port of London, by making docks and other works at Blackwall, for the accommodation of the Eait India shipping at the said port.

An act for establishing a free market in the city of London for the fale of coals, and for preventing trauds and impofirions in the vend and delivery of all coals brought into the port of London, within certain places therein mentioned.

An act for a.mending and rendering more effectual an act passed in Ire. land in the fontirth year of liis prefent Majetty, tor promo:ing the trade of Dablin, by rendering its poit and harbour more commextinus; and for repairing ard preserving the walls of the river Anna Liffy, in the city of Dublin; and also for einpowering the Co poraiion, by pieieiving and improving the poit of Dublin, io build and repair bridges over the land river, within certain linits,

An act for the improvement of the town of Bedford, in the coun'y of Bedford, and for rebuilding the bridge over the river Ouze, in the said town.

An act for extending and making the horse-rowing path or road on the banks of the river Severn, from Bewelley bridge, in the county of Wor. cetter, to the deep water at Diglis, below the city of Worcester.

An act for making and maintaining a navigable canal from and out of the river Tamac, at or near Morwellham Quay, to the town of Tavistock; and also a certain collateral cut to lead from the said canal to Mill Hd bridge, in the county of Devon.

An act for building a bridge over the river Ravensborne, at or near its mouth on outlet into the river Thames, in the county of Kent, and for making and maintaining proper approaches thereto.

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An act for enlarging and altering the term and powers of several acts of Parliament, for making a road from New Street, Southwark, to the places therein mentioned, and from Freeschool street, Southwark, to Dock Head aud Lilliput Hall Bridge in Bermondsey, and from the Stones end, in Kento Atreet, Southwark, to Dartford, so far as respects the road leading from the Stones end in Bermondsey street towards St. Thomas a Waterings; and also for repairing and maintaining a certain lane called Long lane, in the parish of Bermondsey, in the county of Suriy.

An act for repairing, altering, and widening the road from a lane called Back-lane in the parish of Scarthó, to Hollowgate Head, in the parila of Louth, in the county of Lincoln.

JULY 29. An act for the suppression of rebellion in Ireland, and for the protection of the persons and proper:y of his Majesty's faithful subjects there, to con. tinue in force until fix weeks after the commencement of the next session of Parliament.

An act to empower the lord lieutenant, or other chief governor or go. vernors of Ireland, to apprehend and detain such pertons as he or they fhall suspect of conspiring againit his Majesty's person and government, until fix weeks after the commencement of the next lellion of Parliament.

An act to refer more effectual an act pased in the filth year of the reign of his present Majelty, relating to the discovery of the longitude at fea, and for continuing the encouragement of persons making certain dilcoveries for finding the longitude at sea, or other useful discoveries and improrements in navigation, and for making experiments relating thereto, and for discharying certain debts incurred by the commillioners of the longitude, in carrying the acts relating thereto into execution.

An act for improving the funds of ihe Chelt at Chatham, and for transferring the administration of the same to Greenwich Hspital, and t3r ameliorating the condition of the penfioners on the said funds.

An act to enlarge the powers of, and explain and amend an act, made in the forty-fi 'st year of the reign of his preient Majesty, intituled, “ An: act for forming, paving, cleanling, ligting, watching, watering, and otherwise improving, and keeping in repair, the streets, squares, and other public pasiges and places, which are and thall be made, upun certain places or ipors of ground in the parish ot St. Pancras, in the county of Middlesex, belonging to the Right Honourable Ann Duwager Baroneis Southampton, and for including therein certain other small spors of ground in the said parith, therein described.

AUGUST 12. An act for granting to his Majeity, until the sixth day of May next after the ratification of a definitive treaty of peace, a contribution on the profits arising from property, professions, trades, and ofices.

An act for enabling his Majesty to raise the sum of two millions, for the use and purpoks therein mentioned.

An act för raising ihe sum of one million five hundred thousand pounds, by loans or excliquer bills, for the service of Great Britain, for the year one thousand eight hundred and three.

An act for granting to his Majesty certain duties an receipęs.

An act for enabling his Majcity to lettle an annuity of lixteen thousand pounds on the House of Orange, during his Majesty's plealuwe.

An act for charging an additional duiy on Lignum Quallia imported into Great Britain,

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