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XXI. And be it further enacted, that no order or conviction made in pursuance viction of jns of this act by any justices of the peace, shall be removed by certiorari, advocation, removed into

or suspension into any court whatever; and that no writ of certiorari, advocation, any court, or or suspension shall supersede execution or other proceedings upon any such order the execution

or conviction, but that execution and other proceedings shall be had thereupon any superseded.

such writ or writs or allowance thereof notwithstanding. No actions for XXII. And be it further enacted, that it shall not be lawful for any person of penalties shall

persons whatsoever to commence, prosecute, enter, or file, or cause or procure to be ed but in the commenced, prosecuted, entered or filed, any action, bill, plaint, or information in

any of his majesty's courts, or before any justice or justices of the peace against attorney-general in England any person or persons, for the recovery of any fine, penalty or forfeiture made or and Ireland, incurred by virtue of this act, unless the same be commenced, prosecuted, entered,

or filed in the name of his majesty's attorney-general in that part of Great Britain or some officer called England, or in the name of his majesty's attorney-general in Ireland, or his of the stump majesty's advocate for Scotland (as the case may be respectively), or in the name of .

the solicitor or some other officer of his majesty's stamp duties in that part of Great Britain called England, or in Scotland or Ireland respectively; and if any action, bill, plaint or information shall be commenced, prosecuted, entered, or filed in the name or names of any other person or persons than is or are in that behalf before mentioned, the same and every proceeding thereupon had, are hereby de

clared, and the same shall be null and void to all intents and purposes. Duties to be XXIII. And be it further enacted, That for the better and more effectually levyunder the ma. ing and collecting the said duties, the same shall be under the government, care, die ewenties and management of the commissioners for the time being appointed in Great Bri

tain and Ireland respectively, to manage the duties on stamped vellum, parchment, stamps. and paper; who, or the major part of them, in Great Britain and Ireland respec

tively, are hereby required and empowered to do all other things necessary to be done for putting this act into execution, with relation to the said duties hereby granted, in the like and in as full and ample a manner as they or the major part of them were authorized to put in execution aby law or laws concerning stamped

vellum, parchment, and paper. Duties and XXIV. And be it further enacted, That the said duties shall be and are hereby discounts to be made payable to his majesty, his heirs and successors; and the said duties and the paid alPawed as for several allowances, discounts, and sums of money, for or in respect of the same, mer duties and shall and may be respectively raised, levied, collected, answered, paid, recovered, discounts ; and adjudged, accounted for, and applied and appropriated, mitigated and allowed, in former acts to such and the like manner, and in or by any or either of the general, or special extend to this ways, means, or methods, by which the doties upon newspapers, and discounts and

allowances in respect thereof, under the management of the said commissioners of stamped vellum, parchment, or paper, are or may be raised, levied, collected, answered, paid, recovered, adjudged, initigated and allowed; and the several persons and also all such pamphlets and papers, of what nature or kind soever, by this act made liable to the payment of duty, or entitled to any discount or allowance, shall be and the same are hereby made subject and liable to all and every the conditions regulations, rules, and restrictions, to which such persons and newspapers are generally or specially subject and liable by any act or acts of parliament in force before the passing of this act; and all and every pain, penalty, fine, or forfeiture for any offence whatever committed against or in breach of any act or acts of parliament now in force for securing the duties under the management of the said commissioners of stamped vellum, parchment, and paper, upon newspapers, or for the regulation or improvement of the said duties, and the several clauses, powers, provisions, directions, matters, and things therein contained, shall (except as the same or any of them are by this act altered or repealed) andare hereby directed and declared to extend to, and shall be respectively applied, practised, and put in execution for and in respect of the several duties charged, imposed, and allowed, in as full and ample a manner, to all intents and purposes whatsoever, as if ali and every the said clauses, provisions, powers, restrictions, directions, fines, pains, penalties or, forfeitures, matters and things, were particularly repeated and re-enacted in the

body of this act. Application of

XXV. And be it further enacted, that the monies arising from the duties hereby

act.

duties,

granted shall be paid into the receipt of the exchequer at Westminster and Dublin respectively, and shall be carried 10 and made part of the consolidated fund of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.'

XXVI. Provided always, and be it further enacted, that nothing in this act shall Exceptions. extend to acts of parliament, proclamations, orders of council, forms of prayer and thanksgiving, and acts of state, ordered to be printed by his inajesty, his heirs, or successors, or his or their sufficient and authorized officer ; or to any printed votes or other matters by order of either House of Parliament; or to books commonly used in the schools of Great Britain or Ireland, or books or papers containing only matters of devotion, piety, or charity or daily accounts; or bills of goods imported and exported; or warrants or certificates for the delivery of goods; and the weekly bills of mortality; or to papers containing any lists of prices current, or of the state of the markets, or any account of the arrival, sailing, or other circumstances relating to merchant ships or vessels; or of any other matter wholly of a commercial nature; provided such bills, lists or accounts do not contain any other malter than what hath been usually comprised therein; or to the printers or publishers of the foregoing matters, or any or either of them.

XXVII. Provided also, and be it further enacted, That nothing in this act con- Reprinted tained shall extend or be construed to extend to charge with stamp duties any work works repubreprinted and republished in parts or numbers, whether such work shall be wholly bere not reprinted or shall be republished in an abridged form; provided that the work so chargeable reprinted and republished shall have been first printed and published two years Luty, elecom at the least previous to such reprinting and republication, and provided the said work was not first published in any parts or numbers.

XXVIII. And be it further enacted, that this act may be altered, amended, or Act may be repealed, by any act to be passed in the present session of parliament.

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INDEX TO DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

Blasphemous and Seditious Libels Bills, 343, 706, Prince Regent's Speech on Opening the Session, 1.
960, 977,

Privilege, Question of, 1631.
Barnstaple Electiou Writ, 1635.

Seditious Meetings Prevention Bill, 1234, 1303,
Demise of his Majesty King George the Third, 1374.
1593.

Seizure of Arms Bill, 343, 693, 748, 805.
King George the Fourth, Message from, 1594, State of the Disturbed Districts, 975.

State of the Country, 418.
1599,
King's Speech at the Close of the Session, 1012.

Supply; Resolutions of the Commons respecting

a, 1631.

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Army Estimates, 1300.

Manchester Meeting, 357, 370, 508, 509, 887,

1180.
Bank of England, 514, 1449.

Manufacturing Districts; State of the, 890, 1917.
Blasphemous and Seditious Libels Bill, 1169, 1414, Marriage Act, 1445.
15:5, 1568.

Misdemeanors Bill, 1178, 1302.
Breach of Privilege Complaint of " A Trilling
Mistake,” 955, 989, 1009.

Naval Expenditure, 856.
Camelford, Borough of, 356, 513.

Navy Estimates, 571.
Chelsea Pension List, 1401.

Newspaper Stamp Duties Bill, 575, 705, 1175,
Colonies; Revenues of the, 355.

1299, 1315, 1319, 1409, 1459.
Commercial Distress, 1569.

Norfolk Magistracy, 810, 889.
Committee of Supply, 377, 570.
Complaint of a Pamphlet, entitled, “ A Triling Orange Lodges in Ireland, 1392.
Mistake,” 955, 989, 1009.

Owen, Mr. ; Motion respecting his Plan, 1189.
Cotton Factories Bill, 815.
Coventry Meeting, 756.

Penryn Bribery Bill, 814, 1297.

Poor, Employment of the, 1165.
Droits of Admiralty, 1615.

Poor of Scotland; State of the, 1393.
Employment of the Poor, 1165.

Prince Regent's Speech on the Opening of the

Session, 51, 136, 302.

Public Debt, 357.
Fletcher, Colonel; Conduct of, 1445.
Friendly Societies, 1391.

Queen, The; 1621, 1629.
Insolvent Debtors Bill, 1168, 1298, 1628.
Ireland-Articles of Union, 699.

Reform of Parliament, 301, 757, 1091.
Irish Partnership Bill, 1122.

Revenues of the Colonies, 355.
King George the Fourth; Message from, 1596, Savings Banks, 1391.
1604.

Scots Burghs, 1400.

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Seditious Meetings Prevention Bill, 378, 594, 701, , State of the Manufacturing Districts, 890, 1217.

757, 816, 863, 1028.
Seizure of Arms Bill, 1124, 1178, 1232.

Training Prevention Bill, 851.
Southwark Petition, respecting the State of the Westminster Petition respecting the State of the
Country, 1026.

Country, 879.
State of the Country, 517, 806, 879, 1026. Writs Suspension Bill, 1612, 1615.

INDEX OF NAMES.-HOUSE OF LORDS.

Athol, Duke of, 35, 1247, 1587.

Holland, Lord, 342, 582, 588, 687, 696, 118, 957,

958, 960, 969, 972, 973, 984, 1009, 1296, 1303,
Bathurst, Earl, 968, 1603.

1306, 1309, 1512.

King, Lord, 82, 1245, 1603.
Blessington, Earl of, 693, 694, 746, 1295, 1313,
1314, 1384.

Landaff, Bishop of, 987.
Buckingham, Marquis of, 49, 587, 1595.

Lansdowne, Marquis of, 41, 48, 418, 506, 712,

959, 1291, 1305, 1912, 1595, 1601, 1634, 1641.
Caernarvon, Earl of, 48, 744, 977, 1237, 1603, Lauderdale, Earl of, 971, 1277, 1602, 1631.
1637.

Lilford, Earl of, 37, 38, 579, 692, 939.
Carysfort, Earl of, 33.

Liverpool, Earl of, 44, 353, 494, 684, 696, 697,
Churchill, Lord, 4.

738, 971, 973, 1282, 1304, 1905, 1308, 1311,

1312, 1313, 1383, 1394, 1590,' 1594, 1596,
Darlington, Earl of, 591,

1600, 1693, 1635, 1639,
Darnley, Earl of, 506, 590, 693, 753, 806, 1314, Lord Chancellor [Eldon) 38, 342, 543, 581, 586,
1378, 1596.

679, 726, 754, 957, 958, 972, 1008, 1304, 1309,
Donoughmore, Earl of, 1249, 1314, 1585.

1983, 1587, 1604, 1641.

Manvers, Earl, 3.
Eldon, Lord, see Lord Chancellor.

Morley, Earl of, 1248.
Ellenborough, Lord, 717, 966, 972, 1308, 1311, Northumberland, Duke of, 698, 753.

1380, 1591.
Erskine, Lord, 26, 40, 441, 579, 580, 682, 695, Redesdale, Lord, 582, 698.

706, 966, 981, 1304, 1307, 1308, 1309, 1310, Rosslyn, Earl of, 695, 981.
1374, 1589.

Sidmouth, Viscount, 27, 343,578, 693, 695, 706,
Grenville, Lord, 448.

753, 806, 979, 1234, 1582.
Grey, Earl, 4, 37, 38, 349, 478, 729, 749, 753. Strathmore, Earl of, 593, 697, 751, 975.
Grosvenor, Earl, 681,986, 1261, 1276, 1306, 1382, Sussex, Duke of, 589, 694, 746.
1383, 1602, 1636, 1642.

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Wellesley, Marquis, 433.
Harrowby, Earl of, 710, 964, 1253, 1306, 1307, Wellington, Duke of, 983.
1383, 1587, 1602.

Westmoreland, Earl of, 985, 1272.

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Abercromby, Hon. James, 639, 1349.
Althorp, Viscount, 517, 828, 872, 1:68, 1210,

1298, 1407, 1433, 1567, 1628.
Anson, Hon. T. W., 1128.
Attorney General (Sir Robert Gifford), 134, 828,

846, 855, 868, 1063, 1070, 1083, 1369, 1430.
Bankes, Henrý, 167, 796, 996, 1342, 1525.
Bankes, George, 836, 1077. -
Barham, John Foster, 784, 877,
Baring, Alexander, 333, 574, 575, 902.

Bathurst, Right Hon. Charles Bragge, 332, 526,

839.
Beaumont, Mr. 662, 760, 790.
Bennet, Hon. Henry Grey, 143, 332, 357, 370,

509, 516, 890, 954, 1130, 1165, 1352, 1395,

1445, 1448.
Bennett, J., 543, 804.
Bernal, Ralph, 837, 1170, 1459, 1515.
Binning, Lord, 830, 1529.
Birch, J., 1125, 1529,
Blake, Valentine, 338, 768, 1118, 1398.

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