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ATABLE of the STATUTES. 42. Ao ad for dividing, allotting, inclofing, and regulating, certain open fields, meadows, pastures, carrs, commons, and wate grounds, within the township and liberty of Clayworth, in the parih of Clayworth, in the county of Nottingham.
43. An ad for draining, dividing, allotting, and inclosing, certain commons and waste lands, and also a certain open common medow within the manors of Whychurch and Milborne, and Litle Somerford, in the county of Wilts.
4. An aa for dividing and inclofing Ticklon carr, or common, in the county of York.
45. An act for dividing and allotting several open and common lands and grounds, within the parishes of Great Bedwin, Little Bedwin, and Prefbute in the county of Wilts.
46. An act for dividing and inclosing the open fields, ings, commons, and waste grounds, within the manor and township of Hutton Bufbell, in the north riding of the county of York. 47. An act for naturalizing Françoise Antoinette De Luc. 48. An act for naturalizing August Leberecht Schonberg. 49. An act for the partition of divers messuages, lands, and bereditaments, in Skendleby, and other parishes, in the county of Lincoln, in which fir Peter Burrell baronet, in right of the right hanourable Priscilla Barbara Elizabeth, baroness Willoughby of Erefby
, his wife, and the reverend Edward Brackenbury, have now undivided moieties, or half parts.
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STATUT ES at Large, 8c.
Anno regni GEORGII III. Regis, Mag
næ Britanniæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, tricefimo.
T the parliament begun and bolden at West
minster, the eighteenth day of May Anno Domini 1784, in the twenty-fourth year of the reign of our fovereign lord GEORGE the Third, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, c. And from thence continued, by several prorogations and adjournments
, to the twenty-first day of January 1790; being the seventh felion of the sixteenth parliament of Great Britain.
CAP. 1. fu að for indemnifying all persons who have been concerned in advifing or carrying into execution certain orders of council, respecto tng the importation and exportation of corn and grain, and also cer. tain orders issued by the governor general of his Majesly's colonies in America; and for preventing suits in consequence of the same,
esd for making further provisions relative thereto. W:
HEREAS his Majesty, by an order in council, bearing date Preamble.
the twenty-third day of December one thousand seven hun- Order of his dred and eighty-nine, was pleased to order that no person or persons Majesty in thatever ħhould, from and after the publication of that order
in the council
Dec. 23, 1789, London Gazette, until further order, direilly or indirectly export, recited. transport, carry, or convey, or caufe or procuré to be exported, tranported , carried, or conveyed, out of or from any port or place in Great
or load or lay on board, or cause or procure to be loaded or laid on board of any Mip, veffel
, or boat
, in order to be exported or carVol. XXXVII. B
ried out of any port or place in Great Britain, any wheat, wheat. flour, rye, rye-meal, barley, barley-meal, malt, bread, biscuit, oats, oatmeal, and beans; and his Majesty did nevertheless think fit to order, and did thereby order that nothing therein contained should extend to prohibit any person or persons to ship or put on board any of the arricles aforesaid, to be carried coastwise; that is to say, From any port, creek, member, or part of the kingdom of Great Britain, to any other port, creek, or member of the same, having such or the like coafl cocquet or sufferance for that purpose, on such or the like sufficient security being first given for the landing and discharging of the same in some other port, member, creek, or part of the said kingdom, and returning a certificate in six months, as is required by law, in cases where goods which üre liable to pay duties on exportation are carried coastwise from one port of Great Britain to another; nor to prohibit such or so much of any of the aforesaid articles as should be necessary from being exportea or carried out in any ships or vessels in their voyage out and home, for the sustenance of the persons on board of such mips or vessels only, or for victualling or providing any of his Majesty's jips of war, or other ships in his Majesty's service, or for the use of his Majesty's forces, forts, or garrisons; and his Majesty was further pleased to order, as in was thereby ordered by the advice aforesaid, that from and after the publication of that order in the London Gazette, and until further order, the importation of wheat, wheat-four, rye, rye-meal, barley: barley-meal, oats, and oatmeal, should be allowed into the ports of the part of Great Britain called England, and into the ports of Wales, and into Berwick
upon Tweed, upon payment of the duties commonh Order of privy called The Low Duties only: and whereas the lords of his Majesty' council of Jan. 2, 1790,
most honourable privy council, by an order bearing date the second day recited. of January laft, were pleased to order that all foreign corn and grain
and flour and meal, which had been imported into this kingdom, anı which was then warehoused, or which should thereafter be imparted anı warehoused under the joint locks of the King, and the importer or proprietor of such corn, grain, flour, and meal, according to law, should be allowed to be re-exported from such warehouses, under the several re
gulations, conditions, and restrictions, of an act passed in the thirtcenti 13 Geo. 3.
year of his present Majesty's reign, (intituled, An act to regulate the importation and exportation of corn,) and that all foreign corn an grain, and flour and meal, and also all British corn, grain, peale, beans malt
, flour, oatmeal, bread, and biscuit, which were respectively en tered for exportation according to law, in the port of London, befor the publication of his Majesty's faid order in council in the Londo Gazette, or which were respectively entered for exportation accorain to law in the several other ports or places in this kingdom, before the coilectors of the customs at the said several ports or places had receive his Niajesiy's said order in council, should be allowed to be exporte jfrom this kingdom; and that the several ships then in the port of Lon don, which were laden with wheat and meal, flour, bread, and Wijui before the publication of his Majesty's faid order in council in the Lou don Gazetre, and which were respectively entered according to la for exportation to his Majesty's sugar colonies in America, under t!
. feveral regulations, conditions, and restrictions contained in an a
pafsd in the fourteenth year of his faid Majesty's reign, (intituled, An 14 Geo. 3.C. 5.
, and which were rejpectively en-
of Jan. 8, erder bearing date on the eighth day of January lasi, were further pleased to order, that all malt declared or made for exportation on or before the twenty-eighth day of December one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine, might be exported, provided the proprietor or proprietors thereof should produce to the collector or chief officer of the cuftoms, at the port where such malt should be exported, a certificate or tertificates from the officer or officers of the excise with whom the entry of the corn, intended to be made into juch malt for exportation, was sade, ibat the faid malt was actually declared or inade for exportation,
er before the said twenty-eighth day of December one thousand leven bundred and eighty-nine: and whereas his Majesty, by an order Order of his It council, bearing date the eleventh day of November one thousand Majesty in joven hundred and eighty-nine, was pleajed to order, that an additional council
Nov.si, 1789, quantity of grain or flour, according to the proportiin established by law, recited. ut exceeding seven' hundred and fifty quarters, fould be permitted to be bipped at the port of Southampion, and exported to the island of Jerley, for the use of the inhabitants of that island, and his Majesty's treeps stationed there, up to the twenty-fifth day of December then art, upon security being first given for the due larding of such grain and four in the said island of Jersey, and producing certificates thereof on the manner directed by the aer passed in the fourteenth year of his disajesty's reign, (intituled, An act to regulate the importation and exportation of corn:) and whereas his Majesty, by another order in Another orconcil, bearing date the eighteenth day of November one thousand der of his froen hundred and eighty-nine, ".15 pleased to order, that an additional Majesty in. quantity of four, not exceeding three hundred facks, should be permitted council
Nov.13,1789. te pipped at the port of Southampton, and exported to the said recited. island of Guernsey, for the use of the inhabitants of that island, and of bis Majesly's troops frationed there, up to the twenty-fifth day of