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Cap. 46. For establishing courts of judicature in the isand of Newfoundland, and the islands adjacent.
Cap. 47. To explain and amend so much of an act, made in the seventh year of the reign of his present Majesty, as relates to hackney coaches and chairs.
Cap. 48. To impower the justices of the peace for the county of Middlesex, to continue a session of the peace, and of oyer and terminer, begun to be holden before the effoign day of term, and fitting of the King's Bench at Westminster, notwithstanding the happening of such essoign day, or the fitting of the said court of King's Bench at Westminster, or elsewhere, in the said county of Middlesex.
Cap. 49. For allowing the importation of Quercitron or black oak bark, when the price of oak bark shall be under the price mentioned in an act of the twelfth year of his present Majesty, and for lowering the duty payable on red Mangrove bark imported into this kingdom.
Cap. 50. For the relief of the coast trade of Great Britain ; for exempling certain coast documents froin stamp duties; for abolishing the bond usually called The Ife of Man Bond; and for permitting corn and grain brought coastwise to be transhipped into lighters, for the purpose of being carried through the canal from the Forth to the Clyde.
Cap. 51. To exempt certain letters passing between mer. chants or other persons carrying on trade or commerce in this kingdom, containing agreements with respect to merchandise, notes, or bills of exchange, from the stamp duty now imposed on written agreements.
Cap. 52. To continue, for a limited time, several acts of par. Jiament for regulating the shipping and carrying Naves in British vessels from the coast of Africa.
Cap. 53. For the more effectual administration of the office of a justice of the peace in such parts of the counties of Middlefix and Surrey as lie in and near the metropolis, and for the more effectual prevention of felonies.
Cap. 54. For more effectually securing the duties upon foreign printed, painted, or stained paper, imported into Great Britain.
Cap. 55. To render more effectual an act, made in the twenty-lixth year of his present Majesty's reign, intituled, An aft for vesting certain Jums in commissioners, at the end of every quarter of a year, to be by them applied to the reduction of the national debt ; and to direct the application of an additional sum to the reduction of the said debt, in case of future loans.
Cap. 56. For preventing the counterfeiting of certificates of the characters of servants.
Cap. 57. For the further regulation of parish apprentices.
Cap. 58. For the amendment of the law in proceedings upon information in nature of Quo Warranto.
Cap. 59. To amend so much of two acts, made in the twenty-lixth and twenty-ninth years of the reign of his late
majesty King George the Second, as relates to the licensing of alehouse keepers and victuallers; and for better regulating alehouses, and the manner of granting such licences in future ; and also of granting licences to persons selling wines to be drank in their houses.
Cap. 60. To remove doubts respecting the functions of juries in cases of libel.
Cap. 61. To indemnify persons, being proprietors, printers, and editors of newspapers and other publications, from certain penalties incurred under several acts therein mentioned, relative to lotteries.
Cap. 62. For removing the fand of hackney coaches out of New Bond Street and Old Bond Street, in the parish of Saint George Hanover Square, in the liberty of Westminster.
Cap. 63. For granting relief to pastors, ministers, and lay persons of the episcopal communion in Scoiland.
Cap. 64. For repairing, altering, and improving the parish church of Saint Bridget, otherwise Saint Bride, in the city of London; and for providing a workhouse for the fame parish.
Cap. 65. To extend and render more effectual an act, pafred in the twenty-sixth year of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, intituled, An acī for enlarging and regulating the trade into the Levant Seas. .
Cap. 66. For providing an additional burying ground for the use of the parish of Saint Pancras, in the county of Middlesex; and for shutting up the present foot path leading through ilie church yard, and making a commodious one in lieu thereof.
Cap. 67. For extending certain acts therein mentioned to perty officers and seamen, non-commissioned officers of marines, and marines, serving, or who may have served, on board any of his Majesty's thips, and residing in Ireland.
Cap. 68. For making effectual the statute labour in the county of Renfrew, and for levying conversion money in lieu of labour in certain cases; and for otherwise regulating, making, and repairing high roads and bridges in the said county.
Cap. 69. For cleansing, lighting, watching, and regulating the streets, lanes, passages, and places, within the towns of Manchester and Salford, in the county palatine of Lancaster; for widening and rendering more commodious several of the said streets, lanes, and patiages; and for other purposes therein mentioned.
Cap. 70. For the better relief and employment of the poor of and belonging to the parish of Tezukefoury, in the county of Gloucester.
Cap. 71. For inclofing, dividing, and allotting a certain common or waste ground, called Bolton Moor, and other the commons and waste grounds within the township of Great Bolton, in the county palatine of Lancafler; and for widening, paving, lighting, watching, cleaning, and regulating the streets, lanes, paffages, and places within the towns of Great Bolion and Lite the Bolton; and for supplying the faid towns with water, and for
providing fire engines and firemen, and for removing and preventing nuisances, incroachments, and annoyances; and for licensing and regulating hackney coaches and chairs within the said towns.
Cap. 72. For vesting in James Turner, his executors, admi. nistrators, and assigns, the sole use and property of a certain yellow colour, of his invention, throughout that part of Great Britain called England, the dominion of Wales, and town of Berwick upon Tweed, for a limited time.
Cap. 73. For more effectually securing to Joseph Booth, and to the publick, the benefit of a certain invention or discovery therein mentioned, for which he hath obtained letters patent under the great leal of Great Britain.
Cap. 74. For the maintenance and improvement of the har. bour of Ramsgate, in the county of Kent; and for cleansing, amending, and preserving the haven of Sandwich, in the same county.
Cap. 75. For further enlarging and improving the harbour of IVbitehaven, in the county of Cumberland.
Cap. 76. For building a new church or chapel within the town and parish of Liverpool, in the county palatine of Lancaster.
Cap. 77. For the more easy and speedy recovery of small debts within the hundreds of Cirencester, Crowthorne and Minty, Brightwells Barrow, Rap/gate, Bradley, Bisley and Longtrul, cominonly called The Seven Hundreds of Cirencefier, in the county of Gloucester.
Cap. 78. For paving, cleansing, lighting, and otherwise im. proving, the streets, lanes, and other publick passages and places, within the borough of Derby; and for selling a certain piece of waste ground, firuate within the said borough, called Nun's Green, towards defraying the expence of the said improvements.
Cap. 79. For amending an act of the sixteenth year of his present Majesty, relating to the haven and harbour of Boston, in the county of Lincoln ; and for regulating the mooring and removing of ships and other veliels within the said haven and harbour, and for removing obstructions therein.
Cap. 80. For better paving, cleansing, and otherwise improving the borough of Boston, in the county of Lincoln.
Cap. 81. For making and maintaining a navigable canal, from or from near Il srley Bank, in the county of Stafford, to communicate with the Birmingham, and Birmingham and Fože. lcy canal, at or near the town of Wolverhampton, in the said county; and also certain collateral cuts therein described, from the said intended canal.
Cap. 82. For building a new gaol, a penitentiary house, and houle of correction, within the city of Briftol, and for regulating, maintaining, and supporting the same ; and for difporing of the present common gaol of the said city of Bristol and county of the same city, and for other purposes.
Cap. 83. For making and maintaining a navigable canal from the foot of Coombe Hill, in the parish of Leigh, in the county of Gloucester, to join the river Severn, at or near a place called Fiber's, otherwise Fletcher's Leap, in the parish of Deerburt, in the said county.
Cap. 84. For making a navigable canal from Manchester, to or near Albion-underlyne, and Oldham, in the county palatine of Lancaster.
Cap. 85. For the better relief and employment of the poor of and within such part of the parish of Wis.church as maintains its own poor, and lies within the county of Salop.
Cap. 86. For repairing or rebuilding the pier adjoining to the harbour of Broadstairs, in the Ife of Thanet, in the county of Kent; and for the better preserving the said harbour ; and for removing and preventing obstructions, nuisances, and annoyances, and regulating the mooring of thips and vessels within the said harbour.
Cap. 87. To enable the dean and chapter of Hereford to rebuild the west end of the cathedral church of Hereford, and to repair other parts thereof.
Cap. 88. For rebuilding the chapel, and enlarging the chapel yard of Lane End, within the parish of Stoke upon Trent, in the county of Stafford.
Cap. 89. For building a new church or chapel in the town of Leeds, in the west riding of the county of York.
Cap. go. For building a bridge across the river Wear, from the bank or more thereof, in the parish of Bishop Wearmouth, in the county of Durham, to the opposite shore, in the parith of Monk IVcarmouth, in the same county.
Cap. 91. For more effectually draining and preserving certain lowlands, within the parish of Great Carlton, in the county of Lincoln.
Cap. 92. For making a harbour in the cove of Bur, in the county of Devon.
Cap. 93. For improving the communication between the county of Edinburgh and the county of Fife, by the passages or ferries cross the Frith of Forth, between Leith and Newhaven, in the county of Edinburgh, and Kingborn and Bruntisland in the county of Fife; and for rendering the harbours and landing places more commodious.
Cap. 94. For regulating and improving the salmon fisheries in the river Nith, in the county of Dumfries.
Cap. 95. For the better relief and employment of the poor within the several parishes of Archam, Wroxeter, Berrington, Cund, Eaton Conftantine, Henley, Leighton, Ufington, and Upton Magna, and the chapelry ut Crelage, in the county of Salop.
Cap. 96. For the better relief and employment of the poor, belonging to the parishes of Montgomery and Pool, and certain other parishes and places therein mentioned in the counties of Montgomery and Salop. Cap. 97. For building a bridge, at or near the ferry over the tiver Thames, from Whitchurch, in the county of Oxford, the opposite thore, in the parish of Pangbourn, in the county of Berks.
Cap. 98. For appointing commissioners to sell and dispose of a certain unfinished building at or near Taunton, in the county of Somerset, intended for a publick hospital or infirmary, and of a piece of ground belonging thereto, in case a sufficient fum of money shall not be raised by subscription, within a limited time, for finishing the said building, and paying the money due on account thereof.
Cap. 69. For the better relief and employment of the poor of the several parishes within the city of Worcester, and of the parishes of Saint Martin and Saint Clement, which are part within the city of Worcester, and part within the county of Worcester, and for providing a burial ground for the use of such parishes.
Cap. 100. For making and maintaining a navigable canal from the Cromford canal, in the county of Nottingham, to or near to the town of Nottingham, and to the river Trent, near Nottingham Trent Bridge; and also certain collateral cuts therein described from the said intended canal.
Cap. 101. For making and maintaining a navigable canal from Kirkby Kendal, in the county of Westmorland, to W Houghton, in the county palatine of Lancaster ; and also a navigable branch from the said intended canal at or near Berwick, to or near Warton Cragg; and also another navigable branch from, at, or near, Gale Moss, by Chorley, to or near Duxbury, in the said county palatine of Lancaster.
Cap. 102. For making and maintaining a navigable cut or canal from, or from some place near Pontnewynydd, into the river Usk, at or near the town of Newport; and a collateral cut or canal from the same, at or near a place called Cryndau Farm, to or near to Crumlin Bridge, all in the county of Monmouth; and for making and maintaining railways, or stone roads, from such cuts or canals, to several iron works and mines, in the counties of Monmouth and Brecknock.
Cap. 103. For the better paving, cleanfing, widening, and regulating the streets, courts, roads, lanes, ways, rows, alleys, and publick passages and places, within the town of Partles; in the county of Southampton ; and for removing and preventing nuisances, annoyances, and obstructions within the said town.
Cap. 104. For building a new gaol and house of correction for the town and county borough of Carmarthen, and for supplying the faid town and county borough, and the liberties thereof, with water; and for paving, watching, lighting, cleaniing, and regulating the streets, lanes, ways, roads, and pubJick passages, and for widening, and making the same more commodious; and removing and preventing nuisances, annoyances, and obstructions therein; and for other purposes.
Cap. 105. For improving the navigation of the river Midway, from the town of Maidstone, through the several parishes