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Statutes at Large,

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To the END of the

Eleventh Parliament of GREAT BRITAIN,

Anno 1761.

C O N T I N U E D.

By DANBY PICKERING, of Gray's-Inn, Esq.

Reader of the Law Lecture to that Honourable Society.

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(By Aflignment from the Executor of Mr. Charles Bathurst,)
FOR J. JOHNSON, IN ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD, G, G. & J. ROBINSON,
IN PATER-NOSTER ROW, AND D. OGILVY & SON, NO. 315,

HOLBORN, LONDON. 1799.

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thirty-seventh years of his present. Majesty, chapter seventy,
videlicet, On the sixth day of June one thousand seven hundred
and ninety-seven, for the better prevention and punishment of
attempts to feduce persons serving in his Majesty's forces, by fea
or land, from their duty and allegiance to his Majesty, or to
incite them to mutiny or disobedience.

Cap. 5. To continue, until the expiration of one month after the commencement of the next seffion of parliament, an act, passed in the last session of parliament, chapter fixty-fix, videlicet, On the twenty-first day of June one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, intituled, in aet for empowering his Majesty for, a time and to an extent to be limited, to accept the services of such parts of his military forces in this kingdom as inay voluntarily offer i hemselves to be employed in Ireland.

Cap. 6. To enlarge the time limited for the redemption of the land tax; and to explain and amend an act, made in the last feffion of parliament, intituled, An att for making perpetual, subject to redemption and purchase in the manner therein flated, the leveral sums of money now charged in Great Britain as a land tax, for one year, from the twenty fifth day of March one thousand seven hundred and ninety-cight.

Cap. 7. For raising the sum of three millions by way of annuities.

Cap. 8. For extending the time allowed for taking out certificates for using or wearing armorial bearings or ensigns, until the fifteenth day of February one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine.

Cap. 9. To continue, until the first day of February one thousand seven hundred and ninety-oine, an act, made in the last sellion of parliament, chapter feven, on the second day of December one thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven, intituled, An ael to continue, until the expiration of six weeks after the commencement of the next fefion of parliament, two several acis, passed in the sessions of parliament holden in the thirty-sixth and thirtyseventh years of his present Majesty, the one, chapter thirty-two, on the tenth day of March, and the other, chapter fixty-one, on the twenty-fifth day of May one thousand seven hundred and ninet3-feven, for sufpending, for a limited time, the operation of certain acts, made in the fifteenth and seventeenth years of the reign of his present Majesty for restraining the negociation of pro!nisory notes and bills of exchange, under a limited fum, within that part of Great Britain called England; and also to amend the said act, and further to continue the saine, lo amended, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine.

Cap. 10. To continue, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, and amend an act, passed in the thirty-eighth year of the reign of his present Majesty, chapter two, videlicet, On the thirtieth day of November one thousand feven hundred and ninety-seven, intituled, An QET to continue, until the expiration of thirty days after the commencement of the next sellion of parliament, an all, passed in the session of

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parliament of the thirty-fixth and thirty-seventh years of his present Majesty, chapter one hundred and thirty-seven, videlicet, On the twentieth of July one thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven, intituled, "An aEt to continue an ati, made in this present sesion of para liament, intituled, An a£t to revive and continue for a limited time, and amend an ait, passed in the present sesion of parliament, intituled, An all to allow the banks, and certain banking companies, in that part of Great Britain called Scotland, to issue notes for sums under a certain amount, for a limited time ; and for indemnifying all persons who have išved notes for small sums of noney in that part of the united kingdom,for a limited time.'

Cap. 11. For allowing further time for the payment of instalments to become due on certain sums advanced by way of loan, to certain persons connected with and trading to the islands of Grenada and Saint Vincents.

Cap. 12. To continue, until the expiration of fix weeks after the commencement of the next session of parliament, an act, passed in the thirty-fifth year of the reign of his prefent Majesty, chapter fifteen, videlicet, On the fixteenth day of March one thoufand seven hundred and ninety-five; and also an act, passed in the same year, chapter eighty, videlicet, On the twenty-second day of May one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five; and also another act, paffed in the thirty-fixth year of his present Majesty, chapter feventy-fix, videlicet, On the fourteenth day of May one thousand seven hundred and ninety-fix, relating to the admission of certain articles of merchandize in neutral ships, and the issuing of orders in council for that purpose; and to continue, for the same period, an act, passed in the session of parliament holden in the thirty-fixth and thirty-seventh years of his present Majesty, chapter twenty one, videlicet, On the twenty-eighth day of December one thousand seven hundred and nineiy-six, authorising his Majesty to make regulations respecting the trade and commerce to and from the Cape of Good Hope.

Cap. 13. To repeal the duties imposed by an act, made in the last session of parliament, for granding an aid and contribution for the prosecution of the war; and to make more effectual provision for the like purpose, by granting certain duties upon income, in lieu of the said duties.

Cap. 14. For exempting, during the present war, certain persons, serving in volunteer corps, from being ballotted for the supplementary militia, under certain conditions; and for making out new lists of men liable to serve in the said militia.

Cap. 15. To continue, until the twenty-first day of May one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, an act, made in the last feffion of parliament, intituled, An act to empower his Majesty to secure and detain such persons as his Majesty Jhall. Juspect are conspiring against his person and government.

Cap. 16. To revive and continue, until thirty days after the commencement of the next session of parliament, an act, passed in the thirty-third year of the reign of his present Majesty, chapter seventy-fix, vidclicet, On the seventeenth day of June one

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