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Statutes at Large
26th to the 30" 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.
for CHARLES BATHURST, at the Cross-Keys, opposite St. Dunstan's
Containing the Titles of all such Acts as are extant in
print, from the Twenty Sixth to the Twenty Ninth Year of King GEORGE II. inclusive.
Anno 26 Georgii II.
parts into Great Britain or Ireland, I. OR
or the ifles of Guernsey, Jersey, Aling to his
derney, Sark, or Man. tain duties upon inalt, mum, cyder Cap.7. For the more easy and speedy and perry, for the service of the
recovery of small debts within the year one thousand feven hundred
borough of Boston, and Skirbeck and fifty three; and for enlarging Quarter, and the parishes of Boston the time limited by an act of the and Skirbeck, in the county of Linlast feflion of parliament, for sub coln. scribing annuities, after the rate of Cap. 8. For opening the port of Exethree pounds per centum per annum, ter for the importation of wool, into the joint stock of annuities and woollen yarn, from Ireland. therein mentioned.
Cap. 9. To explain, amend, and renCap. 2. To amend an act made in der more effectual, an act made in
the eighth year of the reign of his the twenty third year of the reign late majesty King George the First, of his present Majesty, intituled, intituled, An act for the better re An act for the encouragement of the Bricovery of the penalties inflicted upon tish white herring fishery; and for persons who destroy the game, by en regulating the said fishery accordlarging the time within which suits ing to the calendar now in use, and and actions are to be brought by for other purposes therein menforce of the said act.
tioned. Cap. 3. For continuing the duties Cap. 10. For enlarging the time, and upon salt, and upon red and white
continuing the duties granted by herrings, for the purposes therein
several acts of parliament for rementioned.
pairs of the piers of Bridlington, Cap.4. For granting an aid to his alias Burlington, in the county of
Majesty by a land tax, to be raised York; and for making the said acts
tation of wool, and woollen or bay Cap. 5. For punishing mutiny and yarn, from any port in Ireland,
defertion; and for the better pay to any port in Great Britain,
ed into any of the out-ports of this Cap. 6. To oblige ships more effec kingdom, being afterwards brought
tually to perform their quarentine; into the port of London, or parts and for the better preventing the adjacent, without paying the Lonplague being brought from foreign
don duty. VOL. XXI.