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an additional duty of excise on tobacco in Ireland. An act to repeal several acts requiring the masters of vessels carrying certificate goods to Ire
land to take duplicates of the
contents; prohibiting the importation of certain wrought goods and the exportation of gunpowder when the price shall exceed a certain sum. An act to allow the importation of tobacco from the East Indies and other places; and for confining the exportation of tobacco from Great Britain, and the importation thereof into Ireland, to vessels of seventy tonsburthen and upwards. : An act to continue until the 5th day of July, 1820, two acts, made in the 54th and 56th years of his present majesty, for regulating the trade in spiritsbetween Great Britain and Ireland reciprocally. * An act to establish farther regulations respecting advances by the Bank of England for the public service, and the purchase of government securities by the said Bank. An act to continue until the 24th day of June, 1820, an act for amending the laws relating to the allowance of the bounties on pilchards exported. - An act for transferring the duty of the supervisor of the receiver general’s receipts and payments to the comptroller general of the customs in England. An act to continue until the 1st day of August, 1820, two acts of the 45th and 50th years of his -present majesty, allowing the bringing of coals, culm and cin
ders, to London and Westminster .
by inland navigation. .
An act concerning common recoveries to be suffered by attorney in courts of ancient demesne ; and to explain an act of his present majesty relative to the sale, or mortgaging of estates of lunatics. An act to amend an act of the last session of parliament for appointing commissioners to inquire concerning charities in England for the education of the poor; and to extend the powers thereof to other charities in England and Wales; to continue in force until the 1st of August, 1823, and from thence until the end of the then next session of parliament. An act to amend an act made in the 55th year of his present majesty's reign, for enabling the
commissioners of customs and
ercise of the right of common of pasture in the New Forest, in the county of Southampton; for repealing certain parts of two acts passed in the 39th and 40th and the 52nd years of his present majesty; and for the better collection and recovery of the Gale rents in the forest of Dean, in the county of Gloucester. An act to grant to his majesty certain duties of excise in Ireland on malt. An act to repeal the annual excise duties upon malt, tobacco and snuff, continued by an act of the present session of parliament, and to grant other duties in lieu, thereof for the service of the year ending the 5th day of July, 1820. An act to continue until the 10th of October, 1824, an act made in the 57th year of his present majesty, for suspending a part of the duties on sweet or made wines. An act for the prevention of frauds in the duties on soap ; for preserving the books or papers
called Specimens, left by officers,
of excise on the premises of traders; and for requiring more speedy payment of the excise duties on printed calicoes. An act for giving additional facilities in applications to courts of equity regarding the management of estates or funds belonging to charities. * An act to enable justices of the peace in Ireland to act as such, in certain cases, out of the limits of the counties in which they actually are; to make provision for the execution of warrants of distress granted by them; and to
authorize them to impose fines upon constables and other officers for neglect of duty, and on masters for ill usage of their apprentices. An act to continue for one year, and from thence until the end of the then next session of parliament, an act, made in the 56th year of his present majesty's reign, to make provision for securing the profits of the office of clerk of the pleas of his majesty's court of exchequer in Ireland. An act to explain and amend two acts, passed in the 39th and 40th and 47th years of his present majesty, concerning the disposition of certain real and personal property of his majesty, his heirs and successors. An act for confirming ancient separations of towns corporate from parishes, in regard to the maintenance of the poor. An act to facilitate the trials of felonies committed on stage coaches and stage waggons and other such carriages, and of felonies committed on the boundaries of counties. An act to extend the provisions of an act made in the fortysixth year of his majesty's reign, intituled “An Act for the more speedy trial of offences committed in distant parts upon the seas,” to the trial of offences committed in Africa against the laws for abolishing the slave trade. An act to limit the continuance of the operation of the several acts for imposing fines upon townlands and places in Ireland, in reect of offences relating to the unlawful distillation of spirits, and to amend the said acts; and to provide provide for the more effectual prevention or suppression of such offences. "An act to continue, until the 1st day of June, 1823, the restrictions on payments in cash by the Bank of Ireland, and to direct the gradual resumption of cash payments by the said Bank. An act to amend an act of the 50th year of the reign of his present majesty, relating to prisons in Ireland. An act to enlarge the powers of an act passed in the 56th year of his present majesty, relative to the transportation of offenders, to continue until the 1st day of May, 1821. An act for farther regulating the appointment of gamekeepers in Wales. An act to repeal so much of two acts as require certain accounts to be laid before parliament; and to amend an act of the 26th year of his present majesty, relative to laying an account before parliament. An act to continue until the 5th day of July, 1820, certain laws of excise with regard to crown glass, and flint and phial glass, and to alter certain laws with regard to flint glass. An act for granting to his majesty an additional countervailing duty on spirits extracted in England or Ireland respectively, and imported into Scotland; and for repealing the additional duty on licences taken out by retailers of sweets in Great Britain; and for exempting from all countervailing duties the leather and glass of carriages brought by persons for private use from Ireland into Devon and Cornwall, as is required on coals used in mines of tin, copper, or lead, in the said counties. An act for making provision for the better care of pauper lunatics in England. An act for the farther protection and encouragement of friendly societies, and for preventing frauds and abuses therein. An act to continue in force until the expiration of three calendar months after the commencement of the next session of parliament, three acts of his present majesty, for the relief of insolvent debtors in England. An act to continue the several acts for the relief of insolvent debtors in Ireland until the 1s of June, 1820. • An act for raising the sum of sixteen millions five hundred thousand pounds by Exchequer bills, for the service of the year 1819. Anact for raising the sum of two millions British currency by Treasury bills in Ireland for the service of the year 1819. An act for applying certain monies therein mentioned for the service of the year 1819; and for farther appropriating the supplies granted in this session of parliament.
Great Britain, or from Great Britain into Ireland. An act to amend the several acts for securing the payment of the duties of excise upon certain licences, and regulating the issuing of such licences; and for securing the duties upon spirits distilled by licenced distillers in Ireland. -* An act to consolidate and amend several acts for regulating the granting of permits and certificates for the conveyance and posion of certain goods in Ireand. An act to amend several acts relating to the post-office and conveyance of letters in Ireland. An act for the farther encouragement and improvement of the Irish fisheries. An act to remove doubts respecting the dues payable to the Levant company. An act to repeal so much of an act passed in the 55th year of his present majesty as relates to the postage and conveyance of letters to and from the Cape of Good Hope, Ceylon, the Mauritius and the East Indies; and to make other regulations respecting the postage of such letters and packets and other letters and packets, sent by the post. An act to grant, until the 5th of July, 1821, an additional bounty on the exportation of certain silk manufactures of Great Britain. An act for continuing the premiums allowed to ships employed in the southern whale fishery. An act to stay proceedings against any governor or other persons concerned in impo an
and levying duties in New South Wales; to continue until the 1st day of January, 1821, certain duties; and to empower the said governor to levy a duty on spirits made in the said colony. An act to repeal the duties and drawbacks of excise on plates or sheets of plate glass, and to impose other duties and allow other drawbacks in lieu thereof. An act to defray the charge of the pay, clothing and contingent expenses of the disembodied militia in Great Britain; and for granting allowances in certain cases to subaltern officers, adjutants, quarter-masters, surgeons, surgeons mates and serjeant majors of militia, until the 25th of arch, 1820. An act for defraying, until the 25th of June, 1820, the charge of the pay and clothing of the militia of Ireland; and for making allowances to officers and quartermasters of the said militia during peace. An act to give relief in certain cases of assessment of taxes in Great Britain, and to persons compounding for their assessed taxes in Ireland, from an annual assessment, for three years, from the 6th day of January, 1820. An act to explain and amend an act passed in the 31st year of his majesty king George 2nd, for the encouragement of seamen employed in the royal navy, as it relates to certain allowances to navy agents. An act for establishing a registry of colonial slaves in Great Britain, and for making farther provision with respect to the removal of slaves from British colonies.
An act to amend and render more effectual an act passed in the last session of parliament, for building and promoting the building of additional churches in populous parishes. An act to repeal two acts, made in the 54th and 55th years of the reign of his present majesty, for maintaining and keeping in repair certain roads and bridges in Scotland; to provide more effectually for that purpose; and for regulation of ferries in Scotland. An act for the better regulation of the General Penitentiary for Convicts at Milbank. An act to enable the directors of the poor of the several parishes within the city of Worcester, and of the parishes united therewith, to sell and dispose of certain lands discharged of all claims of the crown in respect of any forfeiture incurred under the statutes of mortmain. An act for appointing commissioners for carrying into execution an act of this session of parliament, for granting to his majesty a duty on pensions and offices in England; and an act made in the 38th year of his present majesty, for granting an aid to his majesty by a land tax to be raised in Great Britain for the service of the year 1798.