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An act for appointing and enabling commir. TUESDAY, JULY 1:

finners farther to examine, take, and state, the HIS Gazette does not contain any intel. public accounts of the kingdom. ligence.

An alt fur t'r fale of prize-goods rcured in

warehoufes in this kirgdom, for whi h the due SATURDAY, JULY 5:.

ties are not paid, or the goods exported within a This Gazette does not contain any intelligence. limited time.

An act for eftablishing certain regulations in TUESDAY, JULY 8.

the receipt of his Mjesty's Exchequer. This Gazette does not contain any intelligence. An act for making compensation to the pro

prietors of certain mesluagęs, lands, tenements, SATURDAY, JULY 12.

and hereditaments, in the county of Kent, pure -Westminster, July it. This day, the Lords chaled in pursuance of an act, made in the last being met, the royal assent was given by com- session of parliament, to vest certain mesluages, miffion to:

lands, tenements, and here ditaments, in trura An act for granting to his Majesty several tees, for the better securing his Majesty's docks, additional and new duties upon stamped vellum, fhips, and stores, at Portsmouth and Chatham. parchment, and paper; and alíu, 'for repealing An act for vesting certain meifuages, lands,' certain exemptions from the stamp duties. tenements, and hereditaments, in truitees, for

An act for granting to his Majesty a stamp the farther securing his Majesty's docks, thips, duty on licences to be taken out by certain per- and stores, at Portsmouth; and for the more fons uttering or vending medicines, and certain safe and convenient carrying on his Majekty's ftamp duties on all medicines sold under such li- gunpowder-works and mills near the town of cences, or under the authority of his Majesty's Feversham. letters patent.

An act for repealing an act made in the fifth An act for granting to his Majesty an addi- year of the reign of his present Majesty, inti. tional duty upon stage-coaches and other car- tuled, An act for repealing the act, made in the riages therein mentioned.

laft feffion of parliament, intituled, An act for Ari act for granting to his Majesty several vesting the Fort of Senegal, and it's dependena rates and duties upon waggons, wains, carts, and cies, in the company of merchants trading to other such carriages not charged with any duty, Africa, and to vest as well the said fort and it's under the management of the Commissioners of dependencies as all other the British forts and Excise.

settlements upon the coast of Africa, lying beAn act for granting to his Majesty a stamp tween the Port of Sallee and Cape Rouge, toduty on the regiftry of burials, marriages, births, gether with all the property, estate, and effects, and christenings.

of the company of merchants trading to Africa An act for raising a farther sum of money by in or upon the said forts, settlements, and their loans,or Exchequer bills, for the service of the year dependencies, in his Majesty, and for securing, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-three. extending, and improving the trade to Africa,

An act for taking away from the Commiffio- and for vefting James Fort in the River Gamners of Excise in England and Scotland the bia, and it's dependencies, and all other the power of compounding with persons making malt British forts and lettlements between the Port of not to sell, but to be consumed in their own Sallee and Cape Rouge, in the company of merprivate families.

chants trading to Africa, and for securing and An act for the more effectual preventing the regulating the trade to Africa. illegal importation of foreign spirits, and for An act to provide that the proceedings on the putting a stop to the private distillation of Bri- bill, now depending in parliament, for inflicting tish-made fpirituous liquors; for explaining such certain pains and per ałcies on Sir Thomas Rum part of the act impoling 'a duty upon male fer- bold, Baronet, and Peter Perring, Esquire, for vants, as relates to the right of appeal from the certain breaches of public trust, and high crimes justices of the peace; to amend and rectify a and misdemeanours, committed by them whilst mistake in an act of the last feffion of parlia- they respectively held the offices of governor and ment, with respect to the removal of tea from president, counsellors and members of the Select one part of this kingdom to the other parts Committee of the settlement of Fort Saint thereof; and for preventing vexatious actions George, on the coast of Coromandel, in the East against officers of excise acting in pursuance of Indies, shall not be discontinued by any prorothe authority given by excise statutes.

gation or dissolution of parliament. -11 An act to enable the adjutant-general of his An act for farther continuing fo much of an Majesty's forces, and the comptrollers of army act, palled in the twenty-second yeart of the accounts, to send and receive letters and packets reign of his prefent Majesty, intituled. An act free from the duty of postage.

for restraining Sir Thomas Rumbold.Baroneto An act to allow the drawback of the whole and Peter Perring, Esquire, from going out of this duty of customs upon the exportation of rice. kingdom for a limited time, and for discovering VOL. III.



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their estates and effects, and preventing the transporting or alienating the same, as relates to reftraining the said Sir Thomas Rumbold,

Lord Loughborough, Lord Chief Justice's Baronet, and Peter Perring, Esquire, from alien

Mr. Justice Nares. ating or otherwise difpofing of their respective

Berkshire. Monday, July 28, at Abingdon.. real estates.

Oxfordshire. Wednesday, July 30, at Oxford. An aet for paving and regulating Church

Worcestershire. Saturday, August 2,atWorcester, Lane, in and near the parishes of Saint Mary,

City of Worcester. The same day, at the city of

Worcester. Whitechapel, and Saint George, in the county of Middlesex, and several other streets, avenues,

Gloucestershire. Wednesday, August 6, at Glouis

cefter. and places, within the same parish of Saint Mary, Whitechapel, and preventing annoyances City of Gloucester. The same day, at the city therein; and for enabling the inhabitants of the

of Gloucester. said parish of Saint Mary, Whitechapel, to raise Monmouthshire. Saturday, August 9, at Monmoney to defray the expences incurred in re- mouth. pairing the pariih church.

Herefordshire. Tuesday, August 12, at Hereford. An act for continuing the term, and altering Shropshire. Saturday, August 16, at Shrewsbury. and enlarging the powers of two acts made in Staffordshire. Wednesday, August 20, at Stais the second and twenty-fifth years of the reign

ford. of his late Majesty, for repairing the highways

MIDLAND CIRCUID. between Sheppards Shord and Horsley Upright L'ord Chief Baron Skynner.-Mrs Justice Willes. Gate, leading down Bagdown Hill, in the county of Wilts, and other ruinous parts of the bigh- Northamptonshire. Tuesday, July 29, at Norcha ways thereonto adjacent.

ampton. And to two private bills.

Rutland. Friday, August 1, at Oakham.

Lincolnshire. Saturday, August 2, at the Castle Extrači of a Letter from the Right Honourable

of Lincoln. General Sir George Auguftus Eliott, K.B. City of Lincoln. The same day, at the city of Governor of Gibraltar, dated April 25, 1783,

Lincoln. received at the Office of his Majesty's principal Nottinghamshite. Thursday, August 7, at Nota Secretary of State for the Home Department.

tingham. On the 23d instant (St. George's day) pub- Town of Nottingham. The same day, at the lic communication was made to the troops of

town of Nottingham. the high sense his Majesty entertained of their Derbyshire. Saturday, August 9, at Derby. conduct in the defence of this fortress, with the Leicestershire. Wednesday, August 13, at the resolutions of both Houses of Parliament: there

Castle of Leicester. high testimonies of the royal fatisfaction, and Borough of Leicester. The same day; at the Bo their country's approbation, were received with,

rough of Leicester. the loudest acclamations of joy.

City of Coventry. Saturday, August 16, at the The same day I received the honour of invefti- City of Coventry. ture with the enligns of the Bath from the Warwickshire. The same day, at Warwick. hands of Lieutenant-General Boyd; a double

NORFOLK CIRCUIT. colonnade being formed upon the King's Bastion, adorned with the various Aags: in the evening

Mr. Justice Alhhurfto- Mr. Baron Hotham, chere was an illumination and fire works. Buckinghamshire. Monday, August 4, at Buck.

You'll do me the justice to believe, that at ingham. my age, neither vanity nor oftentation could Bedfordshire. Thursday, August 7, at Bedfordo have any share in the compliance with what was Huntingdonshire. Saturday, August 9, at Huntr prescribed by Lieutenant-General Boyd, who, ingdon. throughout the whole behaved with the most Cambridgeshire. Monday, Auguft 31, at Cam. obliging attention, and was desirous to fulfil his bridge. Majesty's commands in the most honourable and Suffolk. Thursday, August 14, at Bury St distinguished manner that circumstances would, Edmond's. admit.

Norfolk. Monday, August 18, at the Castle of

Norwich. The Circuits appointed for the Summer Aflizes City of Norwich. The fame day, at the Guild are as follow, viz.

hall of the same city.

Earl of Mansfield, Lord Chief Justice. Mr.Baron Eyre. -Mr. Justice Buller.
Mr. Justice Gould.

City of York and County of the fame City. Sam
Hertfordshire. Monday, August 4, at Hertfords

turday, August 2, at the Guildhall of the said Efex. Wednesday, August 6, at Chelmsford. city. Kent. Monday, August 11, at Maidstone.

Yorkshire. The same day, at the Castle of York. Sufiexi Friday, August 15, at Lewes.'

Durham. Tuesday, August 1%, at the Castle of Sucrey, Monday, August 18, at Croydon.



Town of Newcastle upon Tyne and County of sum of money by loans or Exchequer bills, to pay

the same, Saturday, August 16, at the Guild. off and discharge the debts due and owing on the hall of the said towi).

Civil Lit. Northumberland. he same day, at the Castle An act for repealing so much of an act made of Newcastie upon Tyne.

in the twenty-first year of the reign of his present Cumberland. Friday, August 22, at the City of Majesty, as took off the duties payable upon the Carlisle.

importation of that species of Blue called Smalts, Westmoreland, Wednesday, August 27, at Ap- and for granting relief to the owners or propriepleby.

tors of tobacco of the growth of that part of Lancashire, Saturday, August 30, at the Çatle Great Britain called Scotland, which shall not of Lancaster.

be worth the duties imposed thereon by an act of

the last session of parliament. WESTERN CIRCUIT.

An act for granting relief to the United Com. Mr. Baron Perryn.-Mr. Justice Heath. pany of Merchants of England trading to the Southampton. l'uesday, July 29, at the Caftle East Indies, by allowing farther time for the of Wincheter.

payment of certain sums due and to become due Town an. County of Southampton. Saturday, to the public, and by advancing to the said Çom

August 2, at the town of Southampton, pany, on the terms therein-mentioned, a certain Wilts. The same day, at New Sarum.

sum of money to be raised by loans or Exchequer Dorset. Tharfday, August 7, at Dorchester. bills; and to enable the said Company to make Devon, Monday, August 11, at the Caftle of a dividend of four pounds per centum to the Exeter

proprietors at Christinas one thousand reven City and County of Exeter. The same day, ať hundred and eighty-three; and to regulate the the Guildhali of the said city.

future payment of debentures of drawbacks on Cornwall. Monday, Aug ift 18, at Bodmin, East India goods. Ś merset. Şacuriay, August 23, at Bridgwater, An act for altering the duties and drawbacks City an County of Bristol. Thursday, August upon plain muslins, unrated muslins and callicoes, 28, at the Guildhall f the City of Bristol. and Nanquin cloths.

An act for appointing commiffioners to BRECON CIRCUIT.

enquire into the lofies and services of all such John Williams, Esq. 'and Abel Moysey, Esq. persons who have suffered in their rights, proGlamorg nihire. Tuesday, August 26, at Cw- perties, and profeffions, during the late unhappy bridge.

diffentions in America, in consequence of their Breconshire. Tuesday, September 2, at Brecon. loyalty to his Majesty, and attachment to the Radnorshirç. Monday, September 8, at Prese British government, teign,

An act for the more effectual encouragement

of the manufactures of flax and cotton in Great CMESTER CIRCUIT,

Lloyd Kenyon, Esq.

An act for the better preventing frauds in the The Honourable Daines Barrington. landing and removing of wine in this kingdom, Montgomeryshire. Thursday, August 21, at Pool, and to prevent the re-landing of refined sugars Denbighshire. Wednesday, August 27, at Wrex- entered for exportation to obtain the drawback ham.

or bounty. Flintshire. Tụesday, September 2, at Mold. An act for preventing the exportation of corn, Cheshire. Monday, September 8, at Chefter. grain, or meal, with a bounty, during the opea

ration of two acts pafied in this present session NORTH WALES CIRCUIT.

of parliament, for allowing the importation of James Hayes, Esq. and Thomas Potter, Esq. corn. Merionethshire. Thursday, August 14, at Dol

An act for the farther encouraging the growth gelly.

of coffee and cocoa-nuts in his Majesty's islands Carnarvonshire. Wednesday, August 28, at Care and plantations in America.

Whiteball, July 15. Sunday night laft Lieue Anglesey, Tuesday, August 26, at Beaumaris,

tenant Foliot, of the Baracoota cutter, arrived

with dispatches from his Excellency Sir Roger Conftantinople, yume 10., The plague has be

Curtis, Knight, his Majesty's ambassador to the gun to spread in different quarters of the city, and some accidents haye happened in two of the Emperor of Morocco, dated Gibraltar, June 14; villages fituated on the Canal of the Black Sea, in which he gives an account that the former This disorder has also broken out at Foglieri, of niewed and confirmed, and that additional


treaties of friendship and commerce had been reFoggio, in the Bay of Smyrna, where the çoram cles, for the better regulation of the commerce fuls furnish foul bills of health.

between the two nations were concluded and TUESDAY, JULY 15:

figned at Sallee on the 24th of May lalt, Westminster, July 15. This day the Lords

SATURDAY, JULY 19, being mét, the royal assent was given by com, mission to

WeAminster, July 16, 1783. This day his An ag to enable his Majesty to raise a farther Majesty came to the House of Pçers, and being





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in his royal robes, seated on the throne with the and power in this nation; and without which, ufual solemnity, Sir Francis Molyneux, gentle- all regulations for the improvement of the one, man uther of the black rod, was sent with a or the increase of the other, will have no effect. meliage from his Majesty to the House of Com

Then the Earl of Mansfield, by his Majesty's mons, commanding their attendance in the House command, faidof Peers. The Cominons being come thither

MY LORDS, AND GENTLEMEN, accordingly, his Majesty was pleated to give the

It is his Majesty's royal will and pleasure, royal asient to

An act for granting to his Majesty a certain that this parliament be prorogued to Tuesday fum of money out of the Siking Fund, and for the gth d..y of September next, to be then hera applying certain monies therein mentioned for the

holden; and this parliament is accordingly proz service of the year one thousand seven hundred rogued to Tuesday the gth day of Septeinber next. and eighty-three, and for farther appropriating CARMARTHEN AUTUMN CIRCUIT. the supplies granted in this feffion of parliament. William Beard, Esq. Archibald Macuonald, Esq. An act for settling and securing a certain an

Carinarthenshire. Monday, August 25, at puity on George Lord Rodney, and the two next

Carmarthen. perfons to whom the Barony of Rodney ihall de

CountyBorough of Carmarthen. The same day: fcend, in consideration of the eminent services

Pembrokeshire, Saturday, August 30, at la. performed by the faid George Lord Rodney to

verfordweit, his Majesty and the public.

Town and County of Haverfordwest. The An act for fettling and securing a certain an

fame day, nuity for the use of the Right Honourable Sir

Cardiganshire. Friday, September 5, at CarGeorge Augustus Eliott, Knight of the Most

digan. Honourable Order of the Bath, in confideration of the eminent fervices performed by him to his

TUESDAY, JULY 22. Majesty and this country,

Whitehall, July 22. Advices have been rea After which his Majesty was pleased to make ceived by the Fox packet, which failed from Ben the following moft gracious speccii

gal the 17th of February last, that peace had been

concluded with the Marrattas; that Hyder Ali MY LORDS, AND GENTLEMEN,

died in the month of December last; and that The advanced season of the year requires some his successor, Tippou-Saib, appeared more paciremiffion from your long and laborious atten- fically inclined towards the English than his fation to the public service. The exigencies of ther, having permitted such as were prisoners in that service may oblige me to call you together the towns taken by him to have a free communi, again at an early period; and I perfuade myself, cation with the Prefidency at Madras, to be from my uniform experience of your affection to better supplied with necessaries, and to have egrefs me, and your zeal for the public good, that you and regress; that Mons. Suffrein, after watering will chearfully fubmit to a temporary inconveni- his fieet at Achin, had cruffed over

the Bay of ençe, for the permanent advantage of your coun-- Bengal to Ganjam, with nine fail of the line and try.

two frigates, where he captured the Coventry fria The confideration of the affairs of the East gate and the Blandford East Indiaman; that the Indies will require to be refumed as early as pos, Medea frigate had retaken the Chaser floop of fible; and to be purfued with a serious and unre- war, on her way from Trincomale with dispatches mitting attention.

from M. Buffy to M. Suffrein, by which it apo I expected to have had the fatisfaction of ac- peared, that the rest of the French fleet was in quainting you, before the end of the session, that great distress from a violent dysentery; having the terms of pacification were definitively settled; lost a number of men, and was unable to join but the complicated state of the business in dif- M. Suffrein as soon as intended; and that M. cuffion has unavoidably protracted the negotiation, Suffrein' remained only a few days on the coast, I have, however, every reason to believe, from the and it was supposed had returned to Trincomale, disposition fhewn by the several powers concerned, leaving two frigates to cruize from Ganjam to that they are perfectly well inclined to fuch a con- Baliafore Road, which had captured a number of clufion as may secure the blessings of peace, so vefiels bound to Madras with rice. much and so equally to be desired by all parties. ; Warsaw, July 2. On Suriday lafi, accounts

were received here of the plague having broken GENTLEMIN OF THE KOUSE OF COMMONS

out at Cherson, at Oczakow, and in the country I THANK you for the supplies you have soli- adjacent; that in the Crimea this listem per raged birally granted for the public service; for facili- with great violence; and it having begun to matating my arrangements towards a separate esta- nifest itself on the frontiers of this kingdom, ora blishment for the Prince of Wales; and for ena- ders have been sent to the Polish troops to form bling ine, without any new burden on my people, a line to prevent it's farther progress." to discharge the debt which remained on my Civil Liit.


At the Court at St Jamesthe 25th of July 1983, I EARNESTLY recommend to you an attention

PRESENT, towards promoting among my people, in your se. The King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council, veral counties, that fpirit of order, regularity, WHEREAS information has been received and industry, which is the true source of revenue from Sir Robert Ainsie, his Majesty's ambafador

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at Constantinople, that the plague, had begun to published in the London Gazette; and that, un, {pread in different quarters of that city, and had til such ships, verrels, persons, goods, and meralso appeared in places in the neighbourhood, chandizes, shall have respectively performed and and had also broken out at Foglieri, or Foggio, be discharged from such 'quarantine, no such in the Bay of Smyrna; his Majetty in council this perlon, goods, or merchandizes, or any of them, day took the same into consideration; and al- shall come or be brought on fhore, or go or be though it appeared that a quarantine of forty days put on board any other thip or vestl, in any is at this time sublifting, by order of this Board, place within his Majesty's dominions, uniess in upon all thips and vessels corning iron or through such manner and in such cases, and by such lithe Mediterrane..), or from west Barbary on cence, as shall be directed or permitted by such the Atlantic Ocean, or from any of the ports of order or orders made by his Majesty, his heirs the kingdom of Spain within the Mediterranean, or successors, in council as aforela d; and that all or from Minorca or Gibraltar, into any of the such ships and vessels, and the persons or goods ports of this kingdom, or the Ines of Jersey, coming or imported in, or going or being put on Guernsey, Alderney, Sark or Man; and allo board the same, and all lips, vessels, boats, and upon all ships and vessels whatsoever arriving in perfons, receiving any goods or persons out of the the faid

ports having any books, silk raw, thrown fame, shall be lubject to such orders, rules and or wrought, linen, cotton-wool, cotton-yarn,

directions concerning quarantine, and the pregrograin or mohair yarn, goats hair, Carmenia vention of infection, as have been or shall be made wool, carpets, camblets, burders, or other ma, by his Majesty, his heirs and successors, in counnufacture of filk and cotton, kid skins, skins in

cil and notified by proclamation, or published in the wool or haii, spunges, wine and oil in cheits, the London Gazette as afoie-mentioned, under thread stockings, all goods packed with straw and such pains and penalties as are inflicted by the cotton, matts, and matting, and fails, being said act. goods more especially liable to retain infection, And whereas information hath been received, and which may have been brought from Con- that the plague hath broke out and now rages Itantinople, and other parts of the Levant, into at Chenon, at Oczakow in the country which is other countries, and from thence imported into

called the Tartary of Oczakow, and in the Crimea, his Majesty's dominions in fips not obliged to

and hath manifested itself likewise upon the fronperform quarantine; his Majesty judges it neces- tiers of Poland; and his Majelty by and with the sary upon this occasion to cause the faid orders advice of his privy-council, doth thereupon judge to be enforced; and to that end his Majesty doth it probable that the infection may be brought hereby require and command all the officers into this kingdom from Dantzick, or fome port appointed for the service of quarantine, to use or place in Röyal and Ducal Prullia or Pome: their utmost care and diligence in causing the se, rania; his Majesty doth therefore, by and with veral rules and regulations established for the due the advice of his privy-council, hereby order, performance of quarantine, to be punctually and

that all thips, vessels, perfons, goods and merAtrictly observed and carried into execution: where: chandizes, now arrived, or that shall hereafter ar. of the said officers, and all others whom it may rive, in any port of this kingdom, or the Illes concern, are to take notice, and govern them of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark or Man, selves accordingly.

from Dantzick, or any other port or place in STEPH. COTTRELL, Royal and Ducal Pruffia or Pomerania, do make

their quarantine for forty days, which is to com, At the Court at St James's, the 25th of July 1783, mence and be computed trim the day, each shig PRESENT,

or veffel shall come to anchor in the place apThe King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council,

pointed for performing quarantine, and not be

fore. WHIRÉ AS, by an act of parliament passed in That the places hereinafter-named shall be and the twenty-sixth year of his late Majesty's reign, are hereby appointed to be the places wherein such intituled, "An act to oblige ihips more effec. fhips or vessels (not having the infection on board)

tually' to perform their quarantine, and for all respectively perform quarantine, that is to the better preventing the plague being brought fay, all ruch ships or vessels which are or shall be from foreigh parts into Great Britain or Ire. bound to the port of London, or any member, land, or the Isles of Guerns-y, Jersey, Al- creek, or other parts thereof, or to the River derney, Sark or

or Man,'itis, anong many other. Thames, or Medway, shall perform their quaranthings enacted, that all fhips and vessels arriv- tine in Standgate creek. All such ships or vessels ing, and all persons, goods and merchandizes, which are or shall be bound to the ports of Ipswich, whatsoever, coming or imported into any port or Yarmouth, Lynn, Boston, Hull, Newcattle, c. place within Great Britain, or any of the isles Berwick upon Tweed, or any of them, or any afore-mentioned, from any place from whence his member or creek thereof, or other place therein, Majesty, his heirs or successors, by and with the shall perform their quarantinein Whitebooth Road advice of his or their privy-council

, shall judge between Hull and Grimsby. All such ships org it probable that the infection may be brought,shall, vessels which are or iħall be bound to the ports of be obliged to make their quarantine in such place Carlisle and Chester, or either of them, or any and places, for such time and in such manner, member or creek thereof, or other place therein, as has been, or ftsill from time to time be, die or to any part of the Ile of Man, shall perform rected by his Majesty, his heirs or fucceffors, by their quarantine in a place called Highlake, near his or their order or orders, made in his or their Liverpool, at the west end thereof. All such privy-council ; and notified by proclamation, or thips or vessels which are or fall be bound to the


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