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proceedings for the appointment of commissions to examine witnesses in Ireland.
An act to make further provisions for collecting and securing the du ties of Excise on malt made in Ireland.
An act to provide for the collection and management of stamp-duties payable on bills of exchange, promissory notes, receipts, and game certificates in Ireland.
An act to regulate the collection of stamp-duties on matters in respect of which licences may be granted by the commissioners of stamps in Ireland.
An act to repeal certain duties on leather dressed in oil in Great Britain, or imported from Ireland. -An act to regulate the postage of ship letters to and from Ireland.
An act to make further provisions for the issuing of licences to persons to deal in, retail, make, or manufacture spirits and other exciseable commodities in Ireland, and for securing the duties of excise payable by the persons so licenced.
An act to make further provisions for collecting and securing the duties of excise on hides and skins tanned in Ireland.
An act to make further provisions for collecting and securing the duties of excise on paper printed, painted, or stained in Ireland, to serve for hangings and other uses.
An act to regulate the appointment of governors of the Richmond Lunatic Asylum in Dublin.
An act for punishing mutiny and desertion; and for the better pay ment of the army and their quarters.
An act to enable the sheriff-depute or substitute and justices of the peace of the county of Člackmannan, to in.carcerate persons in the gaol of the royal burgh of Stirling, or the common gaol of the county of Stirling.
An act to carry into effect a convention made between his Majesty and the King of the Netherlands and the Emperor of all the Russias.
An act to make further regulations for the registry of ships built in India.
An act to permit, until six weeks after the commencement of the next session of Parliament, the importation into Great Britain and Ireland, in neutral vessels, from states in amity with his Majesty, of certain goods, wares, and merchandize, and to prohibit the exportation of copper; and to permit the importation, in neutral vessels, from states not in amity with his Majesty, of certain goods, wares, and merchandize.
An act to regulate the clearance of vessels, and delivery of coast bonds, at creeks and harbours in Great Britain; for exempting certain ships and
vessels from being licensed by the commissioners of customs; for authorizing officers of the customs to seize spirits removing without excise permits; and for preventing frauds in overloading keels and other carriages used in conveying coals for exportation, or to be carried coastwise.
An act to enable the trustees of turnpike-roads to abate the tolls on carriages, and to allow of their carrying extra weights in certain cases.
An act to provide for the taking an account of the population of Ireland, and for the ascertaining the increase or diminution thereof.
An act to amend and explain an act passed in the 54th year of his present Majesty, for maintaining and keeping in repair certain roads and bridges made in Scotland for the purpose of military communication; and for making more effectual provision for maintaining and repairing roads made and bridges built in Scotland, under the authority of the parliamentary commissioners for highland roads and bridges.
An act to amend an act of the 53d year of his present Majesty, for vesting in his Majesty certain parts of Windsor forest, in the county of Berks; and for enclosing the open commonable lands within the said fo.
lent in amount to the half-pay given to British officers under the like circumstances.
An act to repeal an act of the 53d year of his present Majesty, for preventing the embezzlement of stores; and to extend the provisions of the several acts relating to his Majesty's naval, ordnance, and victualling stores, to all other public stores.
An act to enable his Majesty to ac quire ground necessary for signal and telegraph stations.
An act to increase the draw-backs and countervailing duties on tobacco, and to limit the tonnage of ships in which wine may be exported when duties are drawn back.
An act for further regulating the issue and payment of money to his Majesty's forces serving abroad.
An act for discontinuing certain deductions from half-pay, and for further regulating the accounts of the paymaster-general.
An act to continue, until the end of the next session of Parliament, for regulating the trade in spirits between Great Britain and Ireland respectively.
An act to grant further powers to the commissioners of Chelsea and Greenwich Hospitals with respect to pensions on those establishments.
An act for altering the rate at which the crown may exercise its right of pre-emption of ore in which there is lead.
An act to alter the conditions and regulations under which blubber and train-oil of Newfoundland are admitted to entry.
An act for the relief of the out-pensioners of the royal hospital of Kilmainham.
An act to prevent poor persons in workhouses from embezzling certain property provided for their use; to alter and amend so much of an act of the 36th year of his present Majesty,
as restrains justices of the peace from ordering relief to poor persons in certain cases for a longer period than one month at a time; and for other purposes therein mentioned, relating to the poor.
An act for vesting in his Majesty certain parts of the forests of Exmoor, otherwise Exmore, in the counties of Somerset and Devon; and for inclosing the said forest.
An act to grant an additional duty of excise in Ireland, upon spirits made or distilled from corn or grain.
An act to make further provisions for the collection of certain duties on male servants, carriages, and horses; and in respect of houses in Ireland.
An act to amend an act made in this session of Parliament to repeal former acts granting exclusive privilege of trade to the South Sea Company, and to indemnify the said Company for the loss of such privileges.
An act to reduce the duties on all sheep-wool, the growth of the united kingdom, which shall be sold by auction for the growers or first purcha
greater value, or more conveniently situated for their residence and occupation: and for annexing such houses and lands, so taken in exchange, to such benefices as parsonage or glebe houses and glebe lands, and for purchasing and annexing lands to become glebe in certain cases, and for other purposes.
An act for raising the sum of 4,500,000l. by Exchequer bills, for the service of Great Britain for the year 1815.
An act for raising the sum of 1,500,000l. by Exchequer bills, for the service of Great Britain for the year 1815.
An act for rectifying mistakes in the names of land-tax commissioners, and for appointing additional commissioners, and indemnifying such per sons as have acted without due autho rity in execution of the acts therein recited.
An act to amend the laws for imposing and levying of fines, in respect of unlawful distillation of spirits in Ireland.
An act for granting to his Majesty the sum of 20,000l. to be issued and applied towards repairing roads be tween London and Holyhead, by Chester, and between London and Bangor, by Shrewsbury.
An act for granting certain rates on postage and letters to and from Great Britain, the Cape of Good Hope, the Mauritius, and the East Indies; and for making certain regulations respecting the postage of ship letters, and of letters in Great Britain.
An act for fixing the rates of subsistence to be paid to innkeepers and others on quartering soldiers.
An act to continue, until the 5th day of July 1816, the temporary fourth part of the duties payable in Scotland upon distillers' wash, spirits, and licences imposed by an act of the 54th year of his present Majesty ; and
for enabling his Majesty, by order in council, to modify the operations of the said act, or reduce the duties thereby imposed.
An act to amend the laws relative to the transportation of offenders; to continue in force until the first day of May 1816.
An act for the better examination of witnesses in the Courts of Equity in Ireland, and for empowering the Courts of Law and Equity in Ireland to grant commissioners for taking affidavits in all parts of Great Britain.
An act to enable grand juries to present additional sums for constables in Ireland, and for the secure conveyance of prisoners.
An act to amend several acts relating to hackney coaches; for authorizing the licensing of an additional number of hackney chariots; and for li censing carriages drawn by one horse.
An act for the encouragement of seamen, and the more effectual manning of his Majesty's navy during the present war.
An act to amend and render more effectual an act of the 52d year of his present Majesty, to amend and regulate the assessment and collection of the assessed taxes, and of the rates and duties on profits arising on property, professions, trades, and offices, in that part of Great Britain called Scotland.
An act for granting an additional sum of money for providing a suitable residence and estate for the Duke of Wellington and his heirs, in consideration of the eminent and signal services performed by the said duke to his Majesty and the public.
An act for granting to his Majesty certain sums out of the respective consolidated funds of Great Britain and Ireland, and for applying certain monies therein mentioned for the service of the year 1815; and for further appropriating the supplies granted in this session of Parliament.
An act for enabling his Majesty to grant to John Francis Erskine of Mar, Esq. and his heirs and assigns, the feu duties and quit rents arising in the lordship of Stirling, in discharge of a debt of greater value created upon the said feu duties by a grant from his Majesty King George the 1st.
An act for allowing Henry Meux, Thomas Starling Benson, Florance Thomas Young, Richard Latham, and John Newberry, to brew, duty free, a quantity of strong beer, the duty on which shall be equivalent to the duty on the beer lost; and to the duties on the malt and hops expended in the production of the beer so lost.
An act to amend an act made in the 48th year of his present Majesty, to improve the land revenue of the crown, so far as relates to the Great Forest of Brecknock, in the county of Brecknock; and for vesting in his Majesty certain parts of the said forest, and for enclosing the said forest.
An act to authorize the appoint