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-hase certain quays within the port jf London.
23. Act for granting annuities to :ischarge certain Exchequer bills.
24. Act to amend an act, passed in the last session of Parliament, for completing the militia of Great Britain; and to make further provision for completing the said militia.
25. Act to amend several acts, relating to the local militia of Great Britain.
26. Act for granting a duty on foreign plain linen taken out of warehouse and exported to foreign parts.
27. Act to continue, until the 25th dayof March, 1831, certain acts made in the Parliament of Ireland, for the better regulation of the silk manufacture.
28. Act for increasing the rates of subsistence to be paid to innkeepers and others on quartering soldiers.
29. Act to amend an act of the last session of Parliament, for amending the Irish road acts.
30. Act to regulate the fees payabletocoroners in Ireland, upon holding inquisitions. . .
31. Act for augmenting the salaries of the Lords of Session, Lords Commissioners of Justiciary, and Barons of Exchequer in Scotland, and Judges in Ireland.
32. Act to repeal certain parts of several acts of the Parliament of Ireland, so far as relates to the limiting the number of persons to be carried by stage coaches or other carriages; for enacting other limitations in lieu thereof; and for other purposes relating thereto.
33. Act for enabling tenants in tail and for life, and also ecclesiastical persons, to grant land for the purpose of endowing schools in Ire
84. Act for allowing the exportation of British and Irish made malt from one part of the united kingdom to the other.
35. Act for altering the mode of collecting the duty on insurances against loss by fire, upon property in his Majesty's islands and possessions in the West Indies, and elsewhere beyond the seas; and for exempting certain bonds and receipts from stamp duty, for giving relief in certain cases of stamps spoiled or misused, and for explaining part of an act passed in the 48th year of his Majesty's reign, for granting stamp duties in Great Britain.
36. Act for granting annuities to discharge an additional number of Exchequer bills.
37. Act for enabling his Majesty to settle an annuity on his Serene Highness the Duke of Brunswick Wolfenbuttel.
38. Act to extend the provisions of an act passed in the 48th year of his present Majesty's reign, intituled, 'An act to permit certain Goods imported into Ireland to be warehoused or secured without the Duties due on the Importation thereof being first paid,' and to amend the same.
39. Act for repaying in certain cases the duty paid on the export of foreign plain linen.
40. Act for discontinuing the bounty on exportation of oil of vitriol, and allowing a drawback of a proportion of the duties paid on the importation of foreign brimstone used in making oil of vitriol.
41. Act for placing the duties of hawkers and pedlars under the management of the commissioners of hackney coaches.
42. Act for consolidating the daties of customs for the Isle of Man, and for placing the same under the management of the commissioners of customs in England.
43. Act for maintaining and keeping in repair roads made and bridges built in Scotland, under the authority of the parliamentary commissioners for Highland roads and bridges.
44. Act to provide for a durable allowance of superannuation to the officers of excise in Scotland, under certain restrictions.
45. Act for raising the sum of 12,000,0001. by way of annuities.
46. Act for encouraging the consumption of malt liquor in Ireland.
47 Act to extend and amend the provisions of an act made in the 37th year of his present Majesty, for the relief and maintenance of insolvent debtors detained in prison in Ireland.
48. Act to repeal three acts, made in the 28th, 30th, and 46th year of his present Majesty, for limiting the number of persons to be carried on the outside of stage coaches or other carriages, and to enact other regulations for carrying the objects of the said acts into effect.
49. Act to amend the laws for the relief of the poor, so far as relate to the examining and allowing the accounts of churchwardens and overseers by justices of the peace.
50. Act to explain and amend an act made in the last session of Parliament, relating to the relief and employment of the poor, so far as relates to the more effectual carrying the same into execution; and to extend the provisions thereof to parishes which shall not have adopted the provisions of an act of the 22d year of his present Majesty, for the better relief and employment of the poor.
51. Act to repeal so much of an act passed in the 7th year of King .Tames the first, as relates to the pu
of women delivered of battard children; and to make other provisions in lieu thereof.
52. Act to amend so much of an act, passed in the eighth and ninth year of King William the third, as requires poor persons receiving ahx.s to wear badges.
53. Act for preventing frauds relating to the exportation of British and Irish made malt from one part of the United Kingdom to the other.
54. Act to revive and continue, until the 2.5th day of March, 1811, an act of the 39th year of his present Majesty, for the more effectual encouragement of the British fisheries.
55. Act to prohibit the importation of Italian silk crapes and uridines, and to increase the shares of seizures payable to officers in respect of foreign wrought silks and foreign manufactured leather gloves.
56. Act to explain and amend an act passed in the last session of Parliament, for continuing and making perpetual several duties of one shilling and sixpence in the pound, repealed by an act of the last session of Parliament, on offices and employ, mentsof profits, and on annuities, pensions and stipends.
57. Act to revive and continue, until the 25th day of March, 1815, an act of the 23d year of his present Majesty, for the more effectual encouragement of the manufacture of flax in Great Britain.
58. Act to amend several acta for the redemption and sale of the land tax.
59. Act for more effectually preventing the embezzlement of money, or securities for money, belonging to the public, by any collector, receiver, or other person intrusted with the receipt, care, or thereof.
60. Act for permitting the exportation to Newfoundland of foreign salt, duty free, from the import warehouses at the port of Bristol; and for repealing so much of an act of the last session as allows salt, the produce of any part of Europe south of Cape Finisterre, to be shipped in any port of Europe direct to certain ports in North America.
61. Act for making sugar and coffee, of Guadaloupe, Saint Eustatia, Saint Martin, and Saba, liable to the same duty on importation as sugar and coffee, not of the British plantations.
62. Act for the more effectual prevention of smuggling in the Isle of Man.
63. Act to enable his Majesty to authorise the exportation of the machinery necessary for erecting a mint in the Brazils.
64. Act to permit the removal of goods, wares, and merchandize, from the port in Great Britain where first warehoused, to any other warehousing port, for the purpose of exportation.
65. Act for uniting the offices of surveyor-general of the land revenues of the crown, and surveyor-general of his Majesty's woods, forests, parks, tnd chases.
66. Act to authorise the judge.advocate-general to send and receive letters and packets free from the duty of postage.
67. Act for the better preservation of heath fowl commonly called black game, in the counties of Somerset and Devon.
68. Act for raising the sum of 1,400,0001., by way of annuities, for the service of Ireland.
69. Act for raising the sum of 6,000,0001., by Exchequer bills, for
the service of Great Britain, for the year 1810.
70. Act to enable the commission, ers 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 1810.
71. Act for appropriating part of thesurplusof the stamp duties granted in the 48th year of his present Majesty, for defraying the charges of the loan made and stock created in the present session of Parliament.
72. Act for improving and completing the harbour on the north side of the Hill of Howtli, near Dublin, and rendering it a fit situation for his Majesty's packets.
73. Act to alter, explain, and amend the laws now in force respecting the trade of bakers, residing out of the city of London or the liberties thereof, or beyond ten miles of the Royal Exchange.
74. Act to grant to his Majesty certain additional duties upon letters and packets sent by the post within Ireland.
75. Act to grant to his Majesty an additional duty on dwelling-houses in Ireland, in respect of the windows or lights therein.
7b". Act to repeal certain duties under the care of the commissioners for managing the stamp duties in Ireland, and to grant new and additional duties, and to amend the laws relating to the stamp duties in Ireland.
77. Act for imposing additional duties of customs on certain species of wood imported into Great Britain.
78. Act to repeal an act made in the forty-seventh year of his present Majesty,for suppressing insurrection! and preventing the disturbances of the public peace in Ireland.
79. Act for regulating the continuance of licences for distilling spirits from sugar in the Lowlands of Scotland.
80. Act for reviving and further continuing, until the 25th day of March, 1811, several laws for allowing the importation of certain fish from Newfoundland and the coast of Labrador, and of certain fish from parts of the coast of his Majesty's North American colonies, and for granting bounties thereon.
81. Act to continue, until the first day of August, 1811, certain acts for appointing commissioners to enquire into the fees, gratuities, perquisites, and emoluments received in several public offices in Ireland, to examine into any abuses which may exist in the same, and into the mode of receiving, collecting, issuing, and accounting for public money in Ireland.
82. Act to amend the laws relative to the sale of flax seed and hemp seed in Ireland.
83. Act to repeal several acts respecting the woollen manufacture, and for indemnifying persons liable to any penalty for having acted contrary thereto.
84. Act for augmenting parochial stipends, in certain cases, in Scotland.
US. Act to regulate the taking of securities in all offices, in respect of which security ought to be given; and for avoiding the grant of all such offices, in the event of such security not being given within a time to be limited after the grant of such office.
86. Act to amend two acts passed in the thirty-ninth and forty-third years of his present Majesty, for regulating the manner in which the
East India Company shall hire asd take up ships.
87. Act to amend two acts, relating to the raising men for the service of the East India Company; and the quartering and billetting such men; and to trials by regimental courts martial.
88. Act to make provisions for a limited time respecting certain grants of offices.
89. Act for defraying, until the 2£th day of March, 1811, the charge of the pay and clothing of the m,litia of Ireland, and for making allowanccs in certain cases to subaltern officers of the said militia during peace.
90. Act for defraying the charge of the pay and clothing of the nuhtia and local militia in Great Britain for the year 1810.
91. Act to revive and continue, until the 25th day of March, 1811, and amend so much of an act made in the thirty-ninth and fortieth year of his present Majesty, as grants certain allowances to adjutants and Serjeant majors of the militia of Englacd disembodied under an act of the same session of parliament.
92. Act for making allowances ia certain cases to subaltern officers oi the militia in Great Britain, while disembodied.
93. Act for the improving and completing the harbour of Holyhead, in the Isle of Anglesea.
94'. Act for granting to his Majesty a sum of money to be raised by lotteries.
95. Act to enable the corporation for preserving and improving tlic port of Dublin, to erect, repair, ai;«i maintain lighthouses round the consts of Ireland, and to raise a fund far defraying the charge thereof.
96. Act to amend an act passed in his session of Parliament, intituled, « An Act for increasing the Rates »f Subsistence to be paid to Innkeepers and others, on quartering Soldiers."
97. Act to continue, until the fifth lay of July, 1811, and to amend ieveral acts for granting certain rates ind duties, and for allowing certain Irawbacks and bounties on goods, .ares, and merchandize imported into ind exported from Ireland; and to ^rant to his Majesty, until the said ifth day of July, 1811, certain new ind additional duties on the importation, and to allow drawbacks on the exportation of ceitam goods, .'.ares, and merchant!'*?? into and from Ireland.
98. Act for raising the sum of 216,0001., by Treasury bills, for the service of Ireland, for the year 1810.
99. Act to amend the several acts relating to the making of malt, and the granting of permits and certificates, and the regulations of braziers, and of persons employing more than one still in Ireland.
100. Act for respiting certain fines imposed on stills in Ireland.
101. Act for confirming an agreement for the purchase of the pnsagc and butlerage of wines in Ireland, entered into by the commissioners of liisMajesty'sTreasuryin Ireland, and the Right Honourable Walter Earl of Ormonde and Ossory and his trustees, in pursuance of an act made in the forty-sixth year of Ius present Majesty's reign.
102. Act for the more effectually preventing the administering and taking of unlawful oaths in Ireland; and for the protection of magistrates and witnesses in criminal cases.
103. Act for repealing the several laws relating to pri»ons in Ireland,
and for re-enacting such of the provisions thereof as have been found useful, with amendments.
104,. Act for altering the amount of certain duties of assessed taxes granted by an act passed in the fortyeighth year of his present Majesty's reign, and for granting to his Majesty certain other duties of assessed taxes on the articles therein mentioned.
105. Act to regulate the manner of making surcharges of the duties of assessed taxes, and of the tax upon the profits arising from property, professions, trades, and offices, and for amending the acts relating to the said duties respectively.
106. Act for regulating the manner of assessing lands in certain cases to the duties arising from the profits of property, professions, trades, and offices, and for giving relief from the said duties on occasion of losses in other cases therein mentioned.
107. Act to regulate the examination and payment of assignments for clothing of his Majesty's forces.
108. Act to amend and enlarge the powers of an act passed in the second year of his present Majesty, for the encouragement of the fisheries of this kingdom, and the protection of the persons employed therein.
109. Act to continue for two years, and from thence until the end of the then next session of parliament, and amend an act made in the forty.seventh year of his present Majesty, for the preventing improper persons from having arms in Ireland.
110. Act to allow, until the first day of August, 1811, the bringing of coals, culm, and cinders to London and Westminster by inland navigation.
111. Act to limit the amount of pensions to be granted out of the civil lilt of Scotland.