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Statutes at Large.


Ninth Year of King George I,


Second Year of King GEORGE II.

To which is prefixed,

A TABLE containing the TITLES of all the STATUTES

during that Period.


By DANBY PICKERING, of Gray's-Inn, Esq;

Reader of the Law Lecture to that Honourable Society.

Printed by JOSEPH BENTHAM, Printer to the UNIVERSITY;

for CHARLES BATHURST, at the Cross-Keys, opposite St. Dunstan's
Church in Fleet-Street, London. 1765.


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Containing the Titles of all such Acts as are extant in print,

from the Eighth Year of King GEORGE I. to the Second Year of King GEORGE II.

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Anno 9 Georgii I.

Cap. 7. For amending the laws-rea Cap. I. O impower his Maje lating to the settlement, imploy

fty to secure and detain ment, and relief of the poor. such persons, as his Majesty shall Cap. 8. For continuing fome laws, suspect are conspiring against his and reviving others therein menperson and government,

tioned, for exempting apothecaries Cap. 2. For granting an aid to his from serving parish and ward of

Majesty by a land-tax to be raised fices, and upon juries, and relating in Great Britain, for the service of to jurors; and to the payment of the year 1723.

seamens wages, and the preservaCap. 3. For continuing the duties on tion of naval ftores, and stores of

malt, mum, cyder, and perry, to war; and concerning the militia, raise money by way of a lottery, for and trophy-money; and against the service of the year 1723.

clandestine running of uncustomed Cap. 4. For punishing mutiny and

goods, and for more effectual predefertion, and for the better pay

venting frauds relating to the cument of the army, and their quar

ftoms, and frauds in mixing silk ters.

with stuffs to be exported. Cap. 5. For redeeming certain an- Cap. 9. For the better qualifying the

nuities, now payable by the cashier manufacturers of stuffs and yarn in of the bank of England, at the rate

the city of Norwich, and liberties of five pounds per centum per annum.

thereof, to bear offices of magistracy Cap. 6. For reviving and adding two

in the said city, and for regulating millions to the capital stock of the

elections of such officers. Şouth-Sea company, and for reviv- Cap. 1o. For clearing, depthning, reing a proportional part of the year pairing, extending, maintaining, ly fund payable at the exchequer,

and improving the haven and piers and for dividing their whole capital

of Great Yarmouth, and for depth(after such divifion made) into two ring and making more navigable equal parts or moieties and for con

the several rivers emptying themverting one of the said moieties in selves at the said town; and also to certain annuities, for the bene for preserving ships, wintering in the fit of the members, and for setting Cap. 11. For repairing and widening

said haven, from accidents by fire. the company; and for continuing for the road leading from the Blackone year longer the provision for

Bull in Dunstable in the county of merly made against requiring special Bedford, to the way turning out of bail in actions or suits upon such

the said road up to Shafford-House contracts, as are therein mentioned, in the county of Heriford, Vol. XV.



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