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THE

Statutes at Large,

* From the Nineteenth Year of the Reign of

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KING GEORGE the THIRD,

To the Twenty-fifth Year of the Reign of
KING GEORGE the THIRD, inclusive.

To which is prefixed,
A TABLE of the TITLES of all the Publick and Private

Statutes during that Time.

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The TITLES of the ACTS from the Eighteenth Year of the Reign of

George III. to the Twenty-sixth Year of the Reign of George III.

P U BLICK A CT S.

nefice, and for endowing the same, and vesting the Right

of Nomination or Presentation thereof in the said Charles Anno 19 Georgii III.

Roe, his Heirs and Assigns; and for other Purposes.

8. An Act for the Regulation of his Majesty's Marine 1. A N Act for further continuing an Act made in Forces while on Shore.

the seventeenth Year of the Reign of his pre- 9. An Act for allowing the Importation of fine organzined

fent Majesty, intituled, An Act to impower his Italian Thrown Silk in any Ships or Vessels for a limited Majesty to secure and detain Persons charged with, or fuf- ! Time. petied of, the Crime of High Treason, committed in any of 10. An Act for repealing an Act made in the last Session of his Majelly's Colonies or Plantations in America, or on the Parliament, intituled, An All for the more easy and better High Seas, or the Crime of Piracy.

recruiting of his Majesty's Land Forces and Marines; and 2. An Ad for granting an Aid to his Majesty by a Land for substituting other and more effectual Provisions in the

Tax to be raised in Great Britain, for the Service of Place thereof. the Year one thousand seven hundred and seventy- | 11. An Act for rendering more beneficial an Act, made in nine.

the thirty-first Year of the Reign of King GEORGE the 3. An Act for continuing and granting to his Majesty 1 Second, intituled, An Act for establi, bing Agreements, made

certain Duties upon Mali, Mum, Cyder, and Perry, for between Charles Brandling Esquire, and other Perfons, Prothe Service of the Year one thousand seven hundred and prietors of Lands, for lrying down a Waggon Way, in orleventy-nine.

der for the better 12!pplying the Town and Neighbourhood of 4. An set for granting further Time for allowing the Leeds, in the County of York, with Coals, by enabling the Drawback upon the Exportation of certain Muslins, Cal. faid Charles Brandling to supply, annually, a larger Quanlicoes, and Coffee.

tity of Coals, to and for the Use of the said Town and 5. An Act for granting Relief to the Captors of Prizes, / Neighbourhood ; and for regulating the Prices of carrying with respect to bringing and landing certain French Coals from the Repository at Calon-close. Prizes in this Kingdom.

12. An Act for repairing the Highways and Bridges in the 6. An Act to authorise the Lord High Admiral, or the County of Linlithgow and Bathgate.

Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord High 13: An Act for the better Relief and Employment of the Admiral, for the Time being, to order any Court-mar- Poor within the several Hundreds of Harlímere, Herne tial, wliich may be appointed on the Charge of Vice Ad and Thredling, in the County of Suffolk. miral Sir Hugh Pailijèr against the Honourable Adiniral | 14. An Act for the better Supply of "Mariners and Seamen Augujtus Keppel, to be holden on Shore.

l 'to serve in his Majesty's Ships of War, and on board 7. An Act for making the Church or Chapel erected by Merchant Ships and other trading Ships and Vessels. Carles Roe Esquire, in the Town of Macclesfield, in the 15. An Act to continue an Act, made in the fourteenth County Palatine of Chetter, a perpetual Cure and Best Year of the Reign of his present Majesty (intituled,

Vol. IX.

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