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THE

Statutes at
at Large.

FROM THE

oth to the 33d Year of King GEORGE II.

To which is prefixed,

A TABLE containing the TITLES of all the STATUTES
during that Period.

VOL. XXII.

By DANBY PICKERING, of Gray's-Inn, Esq;
Reader of the Law Lecture to that Honourable Society.

CAMBRIDGE,

Printed by JOSEPH BENTHAM, Printer to the UNIVERSITY;
for CHARLES BATHURST, at the Crofs-Keys, oppofite St. Dunstan's
Church in Fleet-Street, London. 1766.

CUM PRIVILEGIO.

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TABLE of the STATUTES,

Containing the Titles of all fuch Acts as are extant in print, from the Thirtieth to the Thirty Second Year of King GEORGE II. inclufive.

Anno 30 Georgii II.

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O prohibit, for a time to be limited, the exportation of corn, malt, meal, flour, bread, bifcuit and ftarch. Cap. 2. To make provifion for the quartering of the foreign troops in his Majefty's fervice, now in this kingdom.

Cap. 3. For granting an aid to his Majefty by a land-tax, to be raised in Great Britain, for the service of the year one thousand seven hundred and fifty feven; and for difcharging certain arrears of land taxes incurred before the time therein mentioned; and for the more effectual collecting of arrears for the future.

Cap. I.

Cap. 4. For continuing and granting

to his Majefty certain duties upon malt, mum, cyder, and perry, for the service of the year one thoufand feven hundred and fifty feven; and concerning the intereft to be paid for monies to be borrowed as well on the credit of this act, as on the credit of an act of this feffion of parliament, for granting an aid to his Majesty by a land tax. Cap. 5. For granting to his Majesty

a fum not exceeding one million fifty thousand and five pounds, and five fhillings, to be raised by way of lottery.

Cap. 6. For punishing mutiny and defertion; and for the better payment of the army and their quar

ters.

Cap 7. To difcontinue for a limited time the duties upon corn and VOL. XXII.

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Cap. 9. To prohibit for a limited ti.ne the exportation of corn, grain, meal, malt, flour, bread, bifcuit, ftarch, beef, pork, bacon, and other victual (except fish and roots and rice, to be exported to any port of Europe fouthward of Cape Finisterre) from his Majefty's colonies and plantations in America, unless to Great Britain or Ireland, or to fome of the faid colonies and plantations; and to permit the importation of corn and flour into Great Britain and Ireland in neutral fhips; and to allow the exportation of wheat, barley, oats, meal and flour, from Great Britain to the isle of Man, for the use of the inhabitants there. Cap. 10. To prohibit for a limited

time the making of low wines and fpirits, from wheat, barley, malt, or any other fort of grain, or from any meal or flour. Cap. 11. For the regulation of his Majesty's marine forces while on

fhore.

Cap. 12. To amend an act made in the twenty ninth year of the reign of his prefent Majefty, intituled, An act to render more effectual an act palled in the twelfth year of the reign of his late majefty King George, to prevent unlawful combinations of workmen

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workinen employed in the woollen manufactures, and for better payment of their wages; and also an act passed in the thirteenth year of the reign of his faid late Majefly, for the better regulation of the woollen manufacture; and for preventing difputes among •perfons concerned therein; and for limiting a time for profecuting for the forfeiture appointed by the aforefaid acl, in cafe of payment of the workmens wages in any other manner than in money.

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Cap. 13. To rectify a mistake in an

act paffed this feffion of parliament, intituled, Ana for the fpeedy and effectual recruiting of his Majefy's land forces and marines. Cap. 14. For continuing an act of this prefent fellion of parliament, intituled, An act to difcontinue, for a limited time, the duties upon corn, and flour imported; and also upon fuch corn, grain, meal, bread, bifcuit and flour, as have been, or shall be taken from the enemy, and brought into this kingdom.

Cap. 15. For continuing an act of this prefent feffion of parliament, intituled, An act to prohibit, for a limited time the making of low wines and fpirits from wheat, barley, malt, or any other fort of grain; or from any meal or flour. Cap. 16. To extend the liberty grant

ed by an act of the twenty third year of the reign of his prefent Majefty, of importing bar iron from his Majefty's colonies in America, into the port of London, to the reft of the ports of Great Britain; and for repealing certain claufes in the faid act.

Cap. 17. For the importation of fine organzined Italian thrown filk. Cap. 18. For the relief and encouragement of the captors of prizes, with refpect to the bringing and landing prize goods in this kingdom.

Cap. 19. For granting to his Majesty

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several rates and duties upon indentures, leafes, bonds and other deeds; and upon news papers, advertisements and almanacks; and upon licences for retailing wine; and upon coals exported to foreign parts; and for applying, from a certain time, the fums of money arifing from the furplus of the duties on licences for retailing fpirituous liquors; and for railing the fum of three millions, by annuities, to be charged on the faid rates, duties and fums of money; and for making perpetual an act made in the fecond year of the reign of his prefent Majefty, intituled, An act for the better regulation of attornies and folicitors; and for enlarging the time for filing affidavits of the execution of contracts of clerks to attornies and folicitors; and alfo the time for payment of the duties omitted to be paid for the indentures and contracts of clerks and apprentices.

Cap. 20. More effectually to prevent the fpreading of the diftemper now raging amongst the horned cattle in this kingdom.

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the militia forces in the several
counties of that part of Great Bri-
tain called England.
Cap. 26. For granting to his Majefty
certain fums of money out of the
finking fund; and applying certain
monies remaining in the exchequer,
and the favings out of the monies
granted in this feffion of parliament
for the pay of the troops of Hanover,
for the service of the year one thou-
fand seven hundred and fifty fever;
and for further appropriating the
fupplies granted in this fellion of
parliament; and for relief of Claud
Johnson, with respect to a bond en-
tered into by him, for fecuring the
duties on tobacco imported by
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tain, or attempt to attain, poffeffion of goods or money, by false or untrue pretences; for preventing the unlawful pawning of goods; for the easy redemption of goods pawned; and for preventing gaming in publick houses by journeymen, labourers, fervants and apprentices.

and for other purposes therein
mentioned.

Cap. 31. To explain, amend and
render more effectual an act paffed
in the twenty eighth year of the
reign of his prefent Majefty, inti-
tuled, An act to enable the church-
wardens, overfeers and inhabitants of
the parish of Saint Saviour in the
borough of Southwark in the county
of Surrey, to hold a market within
the faid parish, not interfering with
the high street in the faid borough.
Cap. 32. For draining and preferving

certain marsh and fen lands and low
grounds in the parish of Wiggenhall
Saint Mary Magdalen, in the coun-
ty of Norfolk.

Cap. 33. For draining and preferving
certain fen lands and low grounds
in the feveral parishes of Ramfey,
Bury, Wiftow, Warboys, Farceitt,
Standground and Water-newton in
the county of Huntingdon, and of
Doddington in the ifle of Ely and
county of Cambridge.
Cap. 34. To enable the commission-
ers for building Westminster Bridge,
to widen the street or avenue lead-
ing from Cock/pur Street, to the
paffage in Spring Garden, near Saint
James's park.

Cap. 35. For draining and preferving
certain fen lands lying in the South
Level, part of the great level of the
fens, commonly called Bedford
Level, between Brandon River and
Sams's Cut Drain; and for im-
powering the governor, bailiffs and
commonalty, of the company of
confervators of the faid great level,
to fell certain lands within the said.
limits, commonly called Invested
Lands.

Cap. 27. For enlarging the times for the first meetings of commiffioners or trustees for putting in execution certain acts of this feffion of parliament. Cap. 28. To render more effectual the feveral laws now in being for the amendment and prefervation of the publick highways and turnpike roads of this kingdom, Cap. 29. To indemnify perfons who have been guilty of the unlawful importing, landing, or running of prohibited, uncuftomed, or other goods or merchandize, upon certain terms therein mentioned. Cap. 30. For allowing a further bounty on veffels employed in the white herring fishery; for giving liberty to alter the prefent form and fize of the nets used in the faid fishery;

Cap. 36. For draining and preferving
certain fen lands, low grounds and
commons in the townships or ham-
lets of March and Wimblington,
and in the parish of Upwell in the
ifle of Ely and county of Cambridge.
Cap. 37. For enlarging the times li-

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