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T A BLE
Containing the TITLES of all
Palled in the FOURTH Seffion of the FIFTH Parliament
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland ;
56 GEORGE III.
PUBLICK GENERAL ACTS. 1. A N Aa to revive and continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of
A Marcb One thousand eight hundred and eighteen, several Laws relating to the Duties on Glass made in Great Britain.
Page 1 2. An Ad to revive and further continue, until the Twenty fifth
Day of March One thousand eight hundred and seventeen, an Act of the Seventh Year of King George the Second, for the free Im. portation of Cochineal and Indigo.
2 3. An Ad for continuing to His Majesty certain Duties on Malt,
Sugar, Tobacco and Snuff, in Great Britain; and on Pensions, Offices and Personal Estates, in England; for the Service of the
Year One thousand eight hundred and fixteen. 4. An Aa for raising the Sum of Eleven Millions by Exchequer
Bills, for the Service of Great Britain, for the Year One thousand eight hundred and sixteen.
- 24 5. An Act to extend the Powers of an Act of the Thirty seventh
Year of His present Majesty, for enabling His Majesty more effectually to grant conditional Pardons to Persons under Sentence of Naval Courts Martial, and to regulate Imprisonment under such Sentences.
Ibid. 6. An Ad to continue, until the Fifth Day of July One thousand
cight hundred and fixteen, an Ad of the Fifty fourth Year of His present Majesty, for explaining and amending several Acts relating to Spiritual Persons holding of Farms, and for enforcing
the Residence of such Persons on their Benefices, in England. 26 7. An Aå to continue until the Fifth Day of April One thousand
eight bundred and eighteen, and amend an Ad of the Forty eighth Year of His present Majefty, for empowering the Governor and Company of the Bank of England to advance the Sum of Three Millions towards the Supply for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and eight.
27 8. An
8. An A& to continue until the Fifth Day of July One thousand
eight hundred and seventeen, an Act of the Forty ninth Year of His present Majesty, for regulating the Trade and Commerce to and from The Cape of Good Hope.
Page 28 9. An Act for charging certain Duties on Foreign Packets or Pas
sage Vessels entering or departing any of the Ports of Great Britain.
29 10. An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion; and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.
31 11. An Ad for the regulating of His Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on Shore.
33 12. An Act for exhibiting a Bill in this present Parliament, for
naturalizing His Serene Highness Leopold George Frederick Duke of Saxe, Margrave of Meilen, Landgrave of Thuringuen, Prince of Cobourg of Saalfeld.
39 13. An A&t for the Naturalization of His Serene Highness Leopold
George Frederick Duke of Saxe, Margrave of Meisjen, Landgrave of Thuringuen, Prince of Cobourg of Saalfeld ; and settling his Precedence.
40 14. An Act for empowering the Governor and Company of the
Bank of England to advance the Sum of Six Millions towards the Supply for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fixteen.
41 15. An Act to carry into effect a Convention of Commerce, con
cluded between His Majesty and The United States of America. 43 16. An Act for better regulating the Offices of Receivers of Crown
Rents, 17. An Act to continue, until the Fifth Day of July One thousand
eight hundred and twenty one, certain additional Duties of Excise
in Great Britain. 18. An Act to suspend, until the Fifth Day of April One thousand
eight hundred and twenty, the Duty on Lead exported from Great Britain.
58 19. An Act to continue until the Fifth Day of July One thousand
eight hundred and fixteen, an Act of the Forty seventh Year of His prefent Majesty, for granting an additional Bounty on double refined Sugar exported.
Ibid. 20. An Act to make further Provision for the Execution of the • several Acts relating to the Revenues, Matters and Things under
the Management of the Commissioners of Customs and Port Duties, and of the Commissioners of Inland Excise and Taxes in Ireland.
21. An Act to revive and continue, until Two Years after the Ex
piration of the Restrictions upon Payments in Cash by the Bank of England, an Act for fufpending the Operation of an Act of the Seventeenth Year of His present Majesty, for restraining the Negociation of Promiffory Notes and Bills of Exchange under a limited Sum, in England.
62 22. An Ad for the more effectually detaining in Custody Napoleon Buonaparté.
*Ibid. 23. An Act for regulating the Intercourse with the Illand of Saint
Helena, during the time Napoleon Buonaparté shall be detained there ; and for indemnifying Persons in the cases therein mentioned.
24. An Ad for better enabling His Majesty to make Provision for
the Establishment of Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte Augusta, and His Serene Highness Leopold George Frederick Duke of Saxe, Margrave of Meillen, Landgrave of Thuringuen, Prince of Cobourg of Saalfeld.
Page 69 25. An A&t for charging certain Duties on the. Importation of Butter.
71 26. An Ad for charging certain Duties on the Importation of Cheese
72 27. An Act to amend several Laws relative to the Transportation
of Offenders ; to continue in force until the First Day of May One thousand eight hundred and twenty one.
74 28. An Act to enable the Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury
to issue Exchequer Bills, on the Credit of such Aids or Supplies as have been or shall be granted by Parliament for the Service of Great Britain, for the Year One thousand eight hundred and fix
teen. 29. An Ad to make perpetual certain Temporary or War Duties of
Customs, on the Importation into Great Britain of Goods, Wares and Merchandize, and to repeal so much of several Acts passed in the Forty seventh, Forty ninth and Fifty first Years of the Reign of His present Majesty, as charge any Loans made for the Service of the Years One thousand eight hundred and seven, One thousand eight hundred and nine, and One thousand eight hundred and eleven, upon the War Duties of Customs or Excise, and to charge
such Loans on the Duties of Customs made perpetual. 83 30. An A&t for indemnifying the Commissioners of Excise in Scot
land, and all Persons who may have acted under their Authority, in relation to certain Orders issued and Things done relative to certain A&ts regarding the Distilleries in Scotland.
84 31. An A&t for transferring all Contracts and Securities entered into
with or given to the Commissioners for Transports to the Commissioners of the Navy and Vieualling.
86 32. An Ad for fixing the Rates of Subsistence to be paid to Innkeepers and others on quartering Soldiers.
88 33. An Ad to indemnify such Persons in the United Kingdom.as
have omitted to qualify themselves for Offices and Employments, and for extending the time limited for those Purposes respectively, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and seventeen ; and to permit such Persons in Great Britain as have omitted to make and file Affidavits of the Execution of Indentures of Clerks to Attornies and Solicitors to make and file the same on or before the First Day of Hilary Term One thousand eight hundred and seventeen,
90 34. An Act to charge an additional Duty on Corks, ready made,
imported into Great Britain. 35. An Act for the more speedy and effectual Collection of the
Tonnage Duty upon Ships Inwards.; for empowering the Lords of the Treasury to regulate the Hours of Officers' Attendance in the Port of London ; and for permitting Ships to commence and complete their loading of Coals before the Delivery of the Fitters' Certificates.
Ilid, 36. An Act to repeal Two Acts passed in the Reign of King Edward the Fourth and King Richard the Third, which pro, A 3