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CAP. LVII.
An Ad for enabling his Majesty to raise the Sum of one Million, for the Uses and Purposes therein

mentioned.

CA P. LVHL
An Ad for granting further Time for allowing the Drawback on the Exportation of Coffee imported

by the East India Company, in the Ship Europa, in the Year one thousand leven hundred and
feventy-five.

CA P. LIX.
An Ad to empower his Majesty to prohibit the Exportation, and to restrain the carrying Coastwise, of

Copper in Bars, or Capper in Sheets, for a limited Tine:
[Revived and continued by:zı. Geo: 3. 6. 29. 22 Gea. 3. 6. 13. EXP.]

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CA P. LX.
An Act to explain and amend two Acts made in the fifteenth and sixteenth Years of the

Reign of his present Majesty, with respect to the Limits of the Greenland Seas, and
Davis's Streights, and the Seas adjacent thereto ; and co enlarge the Time for the Reo

turn of the Velleis employed in the Whale Fisheries. Yes Geo. 3.6:31. W

V.HEREAS by an Ad of Parliament, made in the fifteenth Year of the Reign of his present Ma

jefty, intituled, An. Aat for the Encouragement of the Fisheries carried on from Great Britain, Ire. land, and the British Dominions in Europe; and for securing the Return of the Fishermen, Sailors, and

others, employed in the said. Fisheries, to the Ports thereof, at the End of the Fishing Seafon ; in order to in- duce his Majesty's Subjects in Great Britain and Ireland, and the Inands of Guernsey, Jersey, and Man, to * carry on the Whale Fishery on the Coasts of Newfoundland and the Seas adjacent, certain Bounties therein

mentioned are allowed annually, for a limited Time, to a certain Number of Vessels which Ihall be fitted ** out under the Limitations and Restrictions in the faid Ast mentioned; which shall take and kill one Whale

at the leaft in the Gulph of Saint Lawrence, or on the Coasts of Labrador, Newfoundland, or in any Seas to the Southward of the Greenland Seas and Davis's Streights : And whereas Doubts have arisen, whether

Whales taken and killed in northern Latitude fixty-four Degrees and an Half, are, within the Intent and • Meaning of the said Act; to be deemed to have been taken and killed in any Sea to the Southward of the

said Greenland Seas and Davis's Streights; and to obviate such Doubts for the future, it is necessary to explain particularly the Limits of those Seas, and of the Seas adjacent thereto: May it therefore please

your Majesty that it may be enacted ; and be it enacted by the King's moft Excellent Majesty, by and

with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present ParliaThe Limits of ment allembled, and by the Authority of the fame, That the Greenland Seas and Davis's Streights the Greenland

fall be deemed and taken to extend to the Latitude of fifty-nine Degrees thirty Minutes North, and no Seas and Davis's further; and that the said Bounties, grarted and allowed by the said

recited AG, shall not extend, or be Strcigkts.

construed to extend, to any Whale that thall be taken and killed in any Sea to the Southward of the said Greenland Seas or Davis's Streights, exceeding forty-four Degrees of North Latitude ;- any Law, Cuton, vor Ulage, to the contrary, notwithstanding.

See 21 Geo. 3. C.:12. 37 Geo. 3. 46, 48.

CA P. LXI.
An Act for continuing the Encouragement and Reward of Persons making certain Di-

coveries for finding the Longitude at Sea, or making other useful Discoveries and Im-
provements in Navigation, and for making Experiments relating thereto.
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HEREAS by.an Ad, made in the feventeenth Year of the Reign of his present Majefty, inti

tuled, An Axi for rendering more effectual an Alt, made in the fourteenth Year of the Reign of his present Majefly, for promoting the Discovery of a Method

for finding the Longitude at Sea, lo far as relates to the Encouragement and Reward of Perfons making leffer Discoveries for

finding the fame, or making other use "ful Discoveries and Improvements in Navigation, and to ihe making of Experiments relating thereto; the * Commisfioners for the Discovery of the Longitude at Sea were empowered, whenever they should be

satisfied of the Probability of any Proposal or Proposals that should be made to thein for discovering of the said Longitude, or making any other useful Discovery and Improvement in Navigation, so as to think

it proper to cause Experiments to be made, thereof, to certify the fame to the Commissioners of the * Navy; and also, in case they should adjudge any Person or Persons to have made any Discovery for A finding the Longitude at Sea, which, though not of so great Use as to be intitled to any of the great * Rewards:{pecified in an Act, made in the fourteenth Year of the Reign of his present Majesty, intituled * An Act for the Repeal of all former Ants concerning the Longitude at Sea, except fo much thereof as relates for the Appointment and Authority of the Commissioners thereby constituted, and also fuch Clauses as relate to the

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constructing, printing, publishing, vending, and licensing,, ef nautical Almanacks, and other useful Tables ;. and for the more effectual Encouragement and Reward of such Person and Persons as shall discover a Method for Anding the fame, or shall make useful Discoveries in Navigation; and for the better making Experiments relating thereto; yet that the said Discovery was of considerable Use to the Publick, or to have made any other Discovery or Discoveries, Improvement or Improvements, useful to Navigation, to certify such tels Reward, or Sum or Suins of Money, as they the said Commillioners for the Discovery of Longitude should think reasonable, to be paid to such Person or Persons; and the Commissioners of the Navy were thereby authorised and required to make out Bills upon the Treasurer of the Navy for such Sums fo certified, who was thereby authorised to pay the same immediately to such Person or Persons : And whereas, by reason of several Payments made by the Treasurer of the Navy to several Persons, in pursuance of the Di. rections of the said first mentioned Act, the faid Commissioners for the Discovery of Longitude have expended the whole of the Sum of five thousand Pounds, granted by the faid Act for the Purposes aforeaid: And whereas the continuing the said Encouragements and Rewards, for the Purposes mentioned in the said first mentioned Ad, will contribute to the Advantage of Trade, and to the Honour of this • Kingdom; may it therefore please your Majesty that it may be enacted ;' and be it enacted by the King's moft Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament afternbled, and by the Authority of the same, That it fhall and may Commissioners be lawful to and for the said Commissioners for the Discovery of Longitude, and they have hereby full of Navy, on Power and Authority, whenever they thall

be satisfied of the Probability of any Propolal or Proposals that being certified laall be made to them for the discovering the faid Longitude, or making any other useful Discovery and Im- Koners of Longia provement, in Navigation, fo as to think it proper to cause Experiments to be made thereof, to certify the rude of Probabiers fame to the Commissioners of the Navy; and also in cale they hall adjudge any Perfon or Persons to have lity, &c. made any Discovery for finding the Longitude at Sea, which, though not of fo great Use as to be intitledto any of the great Rewards fpecited in the said Act of the fourteenth Year of his present Majesty, yet but the said Discovery, is of confiderable Ufe. to the Publick, or to have made any other Discovery or Difcoveries, Improvement or Improvements, useful to Navigation, to certify such' les Reward, or Sum or Sums of Money, as they the said Commistoners for the Discovery of Longitude thall think reafonable to be paid to fuch Person or Persons; and the Commisioners of the Navy are hereby authorised and required to

Shall order a

Reward to be make out a Bill or Bills upon the Treasurer of the Navy for such Sum or Sums as fhall be fo certified to them

paid to be Aweby the faid Commißioners for the Discovery of Longitude, and the faid Treasurer of the Navy is hereby thorse. authorised and required to pay immediately luch Sum

or Sums, to the Person or Persons who shall be api pointed by the faid Commillioners for the Discovery of Longitude to make such Experiments, or to receive such lels Reward, or Sumo:or Sums of Money, for making lelter Discoveries for finding the Longitude at Sea, of any other Discoveries

and Improvanents useful to Navigation, out of any Monies which Ihall be in his the fand Treasurer's Hands unapplied to the Use of the Navy.

II, Provided always, and be it enacted, That all fuch Sum or Sums of Money as fhall be paid by the Not to exceed! Treasurer of the Navy, by virtue of this A&, for the purposes of making fuch Experiments as aforesaid, Socolo and in rewarding in a lesler Degree lefler Discoveries for finding the Longitude at Sea, and also other Discoveries and Improvements useful to Navigation, do not altogether exceed the Sum of five thousand Pounds,

III. Provided, also, That such Sum or Sums shall be certified, and such Bills faall be made out, and Paywent thereof made, in fuch Manner, and under the same Regulations and Provisions, as are in and by the faid Ad of the fourteenth of his present Majesty prescribed, with regard to the Sum of five thousand Pounds, , by the faid Ad made applicable to the Encouragement and Reward of luch.

Person or Persons as should make effer Discoveries for finding the Longitude at Sea, or make other useful Discoveries and Improvements in Navigation, and to the better making of Experiments relating thereto.

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CA P.. LXII.
An A& for granting to his Majesty, a certain Sum of Money out.of the Sinking Fund; and for applying :
certain Monies therein mentioned for the Service of the Year one thousand leven hundred and eighty;
and for further appropriating the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.
1,849,542 l. 15. 11d. 39. granted out of the Sinking Fund, for the Service of the current Year. Treasury
empowered to raise the Sum of 1,849,542. is. Id. 34. or any Part thereof, by Loans or Exchequer Bills,

on the Credit of the Sinking Fund. Al Persons who shall lend any Money upon the Credit of this A&t to have
" a Tally of Loan, with Orders for Repayment of the Money, with Intereft. Orders to be registered in Course.
"No undue Preference to be given in Payment. No Fee to be taken, on Forfeiture of Treble Damages,
u with full Costs. Penalty of undue Preference in point of Regiftry or Payment. Auditor, &c. neglect
“ing his Duty, liable for Damages, &c. to be recovered at Westminster. No undue Preference in the re-
“ giltering, where Orders are brought the fame Day; nor if subsequent Orders are paid before others not
« brought in Course, so as Money be reserved. for the preceding Orders. Orders may be asigned. If it
" Ihall be judged more adviseable, the Treafury may raise the said Sum by Exchequer Bills instead of
“ Loans; and the Bills in such Cafe to be made in the Manner prescribed by the Land Tax Act of this
6 Session. All Advantages and Penalties in the Land Tax Act of this Session, relating to Loans or Ex-
“ chequer Bills thereby authorised to be made forth, extended to this Act. The said Exchequer Bills, In-
* terelt and Charges, are to be paid out of the Sinking Fund. Bank authorised to lend to his Majesty
“the Sum of 1,849,5421. 1.s. lid. 39. notwithstanding an Act of 5 & 6 Gul. & Maria. The Sum of

“ 650,457 l.

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D. 17.80. " 650,4571. 18 s. od. 1 9. Surplus of the Sinking Fund ;-25,5604. Surplus of the Deductions of -66.6d. in the Pound upon Salaries, Gr.-3,7611. 13.5. 4. d. 29. remaining in the Exchequer on April 5,

1780;--- 10,506 l. 55. 2 d. 19. remaining of the Supplies for 1750, &c. -5,000 h, remaining, which was s granted for building a Lazaret; and such Monies as shall be paid into the Exchequer between April 5,

1780, and April 5, 1781, of the Produce of the Duties on Gum Senega and Gum Arabick; fhall be applied towards making good the Supply. A Șum not exceeding 14,405!. 18 s.:6 d. being Stoppages

for Provisions for Artillery in America;—20,7171.75. 4 d. out of the Savings of the Grant for new " Levies ;-113,9981.75. 4 d. being Savings out of the Sums granted for Officers Widows, for five Years; “ 10,000 l. out of the Savings of the Half-pay of reduced Officers, from June 1767, to Dec. 1779; and “48,300l. reserved by the Paymaster out of Monies voted for Subsistence of tundry Augmentat ons,

Thall be applied towards defraying the extraordinary Expences of the Land Forces, &c. from Jan.si, 1779, to Feb. i, 1780. The Monies arising by the Land Tax;--Malt Tax;-Lottery A&,Loans, (1,500,000 l.)-further Loans, (1,900,000 l.) --Vote of Credit, 1,000,000 l.-6500,457 18 so od ng remaining in the Exchequer on April 5, 1780,' of the Surpluffes of the Sinking Fund; 25,560 1. re

maining of the Deductions of 6d.' in the Pound out of Salaries, &c. 3,7611. 135. 4 d. 27. remaining So in the Exchequer on April 5, 1780, exclusive of the Sinking Fund;' 10,5061: 5's. 2 d. 19. remaining S of a Sum granted in 1750, for making good a Deficiency of the preceding Year; 5,000l. granted, in 5 Geo. 3.

for building a Lazaret; such Monies as shall be paid into the Exchequer between April 5, * 1780, and April 5, 1781, of the Produce of the Duties on Gum Senega and Gum Arabiek į and

1,849,5421. is. rid. 39. by this Act granted out of the Excefles, &c. compofing the Sinking : Fund; together with the Money arising from the Sale of French Prizes taken before the Declaration of War; and also fuch Sums of Money as his Majesty shall direct to be applied to the publick Service,

which shall arise out of the Sale of the ceded Iands in the West Indies, shall be applied to the Ules “ following: 5,503,2841. 75. 7 d. towards Naval Services; 1,500,000 l. towards paying off the Navy " Debt; 458,1361. 9. ud. for the Charges of the Office of Ordnance, for 1780 ; 591,4.661. and ud. .6 for the Charges of the Office of Ordnance, not provided for in 1779; 6,589,080), 35. 7 d. 29.

towards maintaining the Land Forces, &c.; of which 946,1761. 35. 5 d. for defraying the Charges of $ 35,005 effective Men, &c. including Officers, and 4,213 Invalids, for Guards, Garrisons, &c. in Great 6. Britain, &c.; 1,413,0591. 15. 2 d. for Forces' and Garrisons in Africa, &c.; 44,875l. 8 s. 3 d. for Ge

neral and General Staft Officers in Great Britain; 56,2281. 11's. 11 d. 29. for five Hanoverian Battalions 4 at Gibraltar and Minorca, and for Provisions for three of the said Battalions at Gibraltar, for the Year 1780; 367,892). 195. 4 d. for 13,472 Troops of Helle Cafel, &c. ; 35,5101, 195, , for two ". Regiments of Hanau, &c.; 17,5291. 11 s. 9 d. for a Regiment of Waldeck, &c. ; 94,1731. 12 s. 4d 29.

for 4,300 Brunswickers, &c. ; 39,7181. 185. 1 d. 29. for 1,447 Troops of Brandebourg Anfrach; 16,661 l. 6s. 4d. 29. for Infantry, &c. of. Anhalt Zerbs ; 48,8011. 10s. 6 d. for Provisions for Foreign Troops serving in America; 27,741), ros. for defraying the Charge of Artillery for Foreign Troops, for 1780; 653,9261. 25. for defraying the Charge of the Militia in South Britain, and four Re

giments of Fencibles in North Britain, for 1780; 96,1837. 45. 2 d. for defraying the Charge of Clothing " for Militia in South Britain, for 1780; 8,943 l. 135. 8 d. for defraying the Charge of additional Com“panies to Militia in South Britain, for 1779 ; 258,206l. 18 s. for defraying the Charge of the new 6 Levies for the Year 1780 ; 8,623 l. 17 s. 61. for defraying the Charge of Lieutenant Colonel Fullarton's " Corps, from Feb. 24, to Dec. 24, 1780, both inclusive ; 3,379 l. 12 s. 6 d. for defraying the Charge of

an additional Troop, &c. to Lieutenant Colonel Holroyd's Light Dragoons for one Year ; 12,929 1. 95. " 2 d. for defraying the Charge of Major-general Rainsford's Regiment of Foot, from Feb. 24, to Dec. 2, « 1789, both inclusive ;. 8,6231. 175. 6. for defraying the Charge of Lieutenant Colonel Humberlloni's " Corps, from Feb, 24, to Dec. 24, 1780, both inclusive'; 87,7181. to the Out-pensioners of Chelsea Hospital; 11,7121. gs. 6 d. for defraying the Charge of additional Companies, &c. of Militia in South 5 Britain, for 1780; 468 l. 15 s. 8 d. to make good the Deficiency of Pay of said additional Companies,

&c.; 30,2961. 16 s.'8 d. for defraying the Charge of the new Levies, from their Establishinents to « Dec. 24, 1779; 82,9051. 2 s. on account of reduced Officers of Land Forces and Marines ; 6031. 6s. 68. " to the two Troops of Horse Guards' reduced, &c. ; 2,211,3817. 5 s. 9 d. 29. for Extraordinaries of “ Land Forces, &c. from Jan. 31, 1779, to Feb. 1, 1780; 1,000,000 1. for paying off the Exchequer Bills " made out by virtue of the Vote of Credit of last Seffion; 1,500,000 l. for paying off other Exchequer 166 Bills of last Seslion; 1,906,000 l. for paying off further Exchequer Bills of last Sellion; 1547001. to make

good to his Majesty the like Sun'illued in pursuance of the Addresses of the House of Commons;

25,000l. towards carrying on the Buildings at Somerset House; 4,7961. 10s. 5 d. for fupporting the .66 Civil Establishment of Nova Scotia; 2,866l. for the Civil Eltablishinenit of Georgia; 3,950 1. for the so Civil Establishment of Eat Florida; 3,9001. for the Civil Establishment of Wift Florida; 3,150!. for 46 the Civil Eftablidhment of the Island of St. John; 1,832 1. 5 s. for defraying Expences attending Surveys « in North America; 13,0001, for maintaining Forts on the coast of Africa; 6,997!. 4.$. 3 d. on account * of new Roads, &c in the Highlands of Scotlaid'; 57,910l. 125. for Relief of Anerican Civil Officers, "&c.; 10,000. for aslifting the Levant Company ; 3,500l. to the British Museum ; : 149348 1. 2 s. 92 s paid to Duncan Campbell, for maintaining Convicts, Bc. ; 37,3721. 185. 9d. 29. to make good the ** Deficiency of a Fund to pay Annuities granted by an Ad 31 Geo. 2: 1 332,8561. 45. 58. 29. to ** make good the Deficiency of a Fund for paying Annuities granted by an Act 18 Géo. 3: 167,0361.

145. 1 d. 29. to make good the Deficiency of a fund for paying Annuities granted by an Act

19 Gen. 3. ; and 300,687 1. os. 7 d. to make good the Deficiency of Grants for the Year 1779. The is laid Aids to be applied only to the Uses before mentioned. Rules to be observed in the Application

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“ of the Half-pay. By an Act 19 Geo. 3. a Sum not exceeding 87,703 1. 8s. 4 d. was apropriated to “ be paid to reduced Officers. Overplus Movies, above fatisfying laid Oficers, to be disposed of to " Officers who were maimed, &c. in the late Wars, or to Officers Widows and Children, as his Majesty " Ihall direct. The Conmillioners of the Treasury are empowered to pay to any Persons who ought to “ have been satisfied out of the Monies remaining in the Exchequer for paying Arrears due to the late “ Marine Regiments disbanded in the Year 1748, any Sum not exceeding 10,5061, 5s. 2 d. 19.”

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CA P. LXIII. An A&t to indemnify such Persons as have acted in the Suppreflion of the late Riots and Tumults in and about the Cities of London and IVestminster, and Borough of Southwark, and for the Preservation of the publick Peace.

CAP. LXIV.
An A& to prevent any Mischief or Inconvenience which may arise to Sheriffs, Gaolers, Suitors, Prisoners, Deug. 646,

or others, by the Prisoners in several Gaols in the Counties of Middlesex and Surrey, and the City of
London, having been set at Liberty during the late Túmults and Insurrections,

CAP. LXV.
An Ad to repeal so much of an Act, made in the seventeenth Year of his present Majesty's Reign, as'

relates to the more easy and speedy Recovery of Small Debts within the Parishes of Halifax, Bradford,
Kighley, Bingley, Guiseley, Calverley, Batley, Birstal, Mirfield, Hartilhead cum Clifton, Almondbury,
Kirkheaton, Kirkburton, and Huddersfield, and the Lordship or Liberty of Tong, in the Wef Riding of
the County of York; and for granting other Powers for those Purposes; and for extending the Jurisdiction
of the Court Baron of the Manor of Kighley, in the said County.

CAP. LXVI.
An Act for the better Relief and Employment of the Poor of the Hamlet of Mile-end New Town, in the

Parish of Stepney, in the County of Middlesex; for paving, cleansing, lighting, and watching the Streets,
and other open Passages and Places, within the said Hamlet, and removing Nuisances and Annoyances
therefrom, and preventing the like for the future ; for consolidating the Highway Rates with other Rates
within the said Hamlet; and for paving and regulating Great Garden Street, in the Parish of Saint Mary
Matfalon otherwise Whitechapel, in the said County, and removing a Bar now standing across the same,
and other Nuisances and Annoyances therefrom, and preventing the like for the future.

Anno Regni GEORGII III. Vicesimo Primo.

T the Parliament begun and holden at IV eftminster the thirty-first Day of Oxtober, Anno Domini
one thousand seven hundred and eighty, in the twenty-first Year of the Reign of our Sovereign

, , , , • King, Defender of the Faith, &c. being the first Seffion of the fifteenth Parliament of Great Britain.'

CAP. 1.
An Act to extend the Provisions contained in an Act, passed in the last Session of Parliament (intituled, An

Act to prevent any Mischief or Inconvenience which may arise to Sheriffs, Gaolers, Suitors, Prisoners, or
others, by the Prisoners in several Gaols in the Counties of Middlesex and Surrey, and the City of London,
having been fet at Liberty during the late Tumults and Insurrections), to Persons arrested and bailed since the
Destruction of the faid Gaols, and before the same shall be repaired, or other Prisons fubstituted in lieu
thereof.

CAP. II.
An Ad for further continuing an Act, made in the seventeenth Year of the Reign of his present Majesty,

intituled, An Act to empower his Majesty to secure and detain Persons charged with, or Suspected of, the
Crine of High Treason, committed in any of his Majesty's

Colonies or Plantations in America, or on the High
Seas, or the Crime of Piracy. [Further continued to Jan. 1, 1782.]

CAP. III.
An A&t for granting an Aid to his Majesty by a Land Tax, to be raised in Great Britain, for the Service of
the Year one thousand seven hundred and eighty-one. 45.

CA P. IV.
An Ad for continuing and granting to his Majesty certain Duties upon Malt, Mum, Cyder, and Perry,

for the Service of the Year one thousand seven hundred and cighty-one,
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CA P. V. Extended to your An Aa for extending the Provisions of three Acts, made in the eighteenth, nineteenth, &c. during Hoo Nilities, by 22 and twentieth Years of his present Majesty's Reign, with respect to bringing Prize Gov. 3.6.2!.

Goods into this Kingdom, to Prizes taken from the States General of the United Provinces; for declaring what Goods shall be deemed Military or Ship Stores; for regulating the Sale of, and ascertaining the Duties upon Eaft India Goods condemned as Prize in the Port of London ; for permitting the Purchasers of Prize Goods condemned abroad to import such Goods into this Kingdom, under the like Regulations and Ad. vantages as are granted by Law - Captors themselves; and for reducing the Duties on

Foreign Prize Tobacco. • Purchasers of

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ND whereas it frequently happens that Prizes are taken and carried into Ports in Foreign broad may ime Kingdom, and the Captors may be under Necessity of disposing of the fame there ; now to encourage port them into

the bringing such Prizes into this Kingdom after Condemnation and Sale, be it further enacted by the ibis Kingdom in Authority aforesaid, That the Purchasers of such Prizes of the Captors fball, upon Importation thereof into the fame manner this Kingdom, have and be intitled to the fame Liberty of warehousing fuch Goods, and fuch Goods shall in themselves :

all other Respects be subject and liable to the fame Duties, Regulations, and Restrictions, as they would be subject and liable to by Law if the fame had been imported by the Captors, without being sold'abr ad, subject nevertheless to the Proviso herein-after mentioned ; any Law, Cuftom, or Usage, to the contrary

notwithstanding. Provided the V. Provided always, and it is hereby further enacted by the Authority aforesaid, That no Prize Goods Mafter deliver : so imported into this Kingdom, after having been sold abroad as aforesaid, shall be intitled to any of the proper Certificate to the Officer at

Benefits or Advantages intended by this Act, unless the Master, or Person having the Charge or Comthe Port of In: mand of the Ship or Vessel importing the same, fhall, at the Time he makes his Report at the Customportation, &c. house, deliver to the Collector, or other proper Officer of the Customs at the Port of Importation, a

Certificate, under the Hand and Seal of the Collector and Comptroller, or other Principal Officer of the
Customs at the Port or Place where such Goods shall be laden on board his Vefsel; or under the Hand
and Seal of the Governor or Lieutenant Governor, if there shall not be any such Officer of the Customs
there; or under the Hand and Seal of the British Consul, in case there shall not be any Governor or
Lieutenant Governor at such Port or Place, certifying that such Goods have been bona fide taken and
condemned as Prize in one of his Majesty's Courts of Admiralry, or Vice-Admiralty, naming the Place
where, and the Time when, such Goods were so condemned, and the Name of the Ship or Vefsel or Ships
or Velsels by which they were captured ; which Certificate shall also describe the Species of such Goods,
with the Marks and Numbers of the Packages containing the same, and the Master, or Person having the
Charge or Command of such Ship or Veslel, shall also at the same Time make Oath, before such Collector
or other proper Officer of the Customs at the Port of Importation (which Oath such Collector and other
proper Officer is and are hereby respectively authorised and empowered to administer), that the Goods so
imported in such Ship or Vessel are the same Goods which are mentioned in such Certificate, and no other ;
and on Failure of any of the Particulars herein required, fuch Goods shall be subject and liable to the fame
Duties, Restrictions, Regulations, Penalties, and Forfeitures, as they would be subject and liable to, if this
Act had not been made.

C A P. VI.
An Act for further continuing an Act, made in the nineteenth Year of the Reign of his present Majesty,
for allowing the Importation of fine organzined Italian Thrown Silk in any Ships or Velelse for a limited
Time. [Further continued to March 25, 1782.]

CA P. VI. > Geo. 3. c. 76. An A&t to explain and amend an Ad, made in the nineteenth Year of his present Majesty, intituled, An Aa

for augmenting the Militia.

CAP. VII.
An AA for punishing Mutiny and Desertion ; and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.

CA P. IX.
An A&t for the Regulation of his Majesty's Marine Forces while on Shore.

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