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Cap. 6. For punishing mutiny and desertion; and for the better payment of the army and their quarters.

Cap.7. For the regulation of his Majesty's marine forces, while on there.

Cap. 8. To continue for a further time an act made in the eighth year of his present Majesty's reign, intituled, An eft te continute and amend an aĉt made in the fifth year of the reign of his prefint Maj fty, intituled, An act for importation of salted beef, pork, bacon, and butter, from Ireland, for a limited time; and for allowing the importation of salted beef, pork, bacon, and butter, from the British dominions in America, for a limited time.

Cap. 9. For the better paving, repairing, cleansing, lighting, and watching the streets and other publick passages within the city of Winchester; and also within the several parishes of Saint Bartholomew Hide, Saint John's in the Soke, Saint Peter's Cheesebill, Saint Swithin and Saint Michael in the West Soke, in the suburbs of the said city; and for preventing nuisances and annoyances therein; and for widening and rendering the same more commodious.

Cap. 10. For carrying into execution an agreement made between Peter Burrel esquire, surveyor-general of his Majesty's jands, and the trustees of Morden College, in the county of Kent, for enabling his Majesty, his heirs and successors, to grant leases of Maidenfione Hill, in the parish of East Greenwich, in the county of Kent, to the said trustees, upon the terms mentioned in the said agreement; and for impowering the said trustees to increase the falaries and penfions of the trealurer, chaplain, and poor merchants, in the said college.

Cap. 11. For further continuing two acts made in the fixth and ninth years of his Majesty's reign, for punishing mutiny and desertion, and for the better payment of the army and their quarters, in his Majesty's dominions in America.

Cap. 12. For better paving the streets, squares, lanes, courts, alleys, ways, and other publick passages, in that part of Gooda man's Fields, which lies in the parish of Saint Mary Matfellon, 0therwise Whitechapel, in the county of Middlesex, and also Red Lion Street and White Lion street, lying contiguous to the said fields, and for removing and preventing nuisances, annoyances, and obstructions therein.

Cap. 13. To explain a clause in an act of the last session of parliament, for better supplying the city of Worcester, and the liberties thereof, with water; and for better paving and lighting the said city; and for removing and preventing all obstructions and annoyances therein.

Cap. 14. For the better regulating the poor within the city of Oxford.

Cap. 15. For the better paving that part of the High Street, in the parish of Saint Mary Matfellon, otherwise Whitechapel, which lies in the county of Middleset, and for removing obstructions and annoyances therein.

Cap. 16. To Cap. 16. To enable his Majesty to licence a playhouse in the town of Liverpoole, in the county palatine of Lancaster.

Cap. 17. To explain and amend so much of an act of the sixth year of his present Majesty, for paving the town and borough of Southwark, in the county of Surrey, as relates to the commissioners of sewers; and for regulating the manner of taxing churchese and other publick buildings, within the limits of the said act.

Cap. 18. To indemnify persons who have omitted to qualify themselves for offices and employments, and to indemnify justices of the peace and others who have omitted to register their qualifications within the time limited by law; and for giving further time for those purposes.

Cap. 19. For amending certain of the mile-ways leading to Ox. ford; for making a commodious entrance through the parish of Saint Clement ; for rebuilding or repairing Magdalen Bridge; for making commodious roads from the said bridge through the university and city, and the avenues leading thereto; for cleansing and lighting the streets, lanes, and places, within the faid university and city, and the suburbs thereof, and the said parish of Saint Clement ; for removing nuisances and annoyances therefrom, and preventing the like for the future; for impowering colleges and corporations to alienate their estates there; for removing, holding, and regulating markets within the said city s and for other purposes.

Cap. 20. To enable lunaticks intitled to renew leases, their guardians and committees, to accept of surrenders of old leases, and grant new ones.

Cap. 21. For paving Wapping Street, in the county of Middlefex, and the several streets and passages leading into the same; and for removing all encroachments and obstructions therefrom, and preventing the like for the future; and for, opening a passage from Hermitage Street into Nightingale Lane; and for paving fuch paffage, and the east side of Nightingale Lane.

Cap. 22. To amend and render more effectual several acts made relating to paving, cleansing, and lighting the squares, ftreets, Janes, and other places, within the city and liberty of Weliminfter, and parts adjacent.

Cap. 23. For paving and regulating Rosemary Lane, from the parish of Saint Botolph, Aldgate, to Cable Street; also the faid Cable Street, the foot-path in Back Lane, part of the precinct of Well Close, the street leading from Nightingale Lane to Ratcliffe Cress, Butcher Row, and Brook Street, and the several streets, lanes, and passages opening into the same ; and for removing all obstructions and annoyances therefrom, and preventing the like for the future.

Cap.24. For licensing an additional number of hackney coaches, and applying the monies arising thereby.

Cap. 25. For raising a certain sum of money, by loans or exchequer bills, for the service of the year one thousand seven hundred and feventy-one. Cap. 26. For further continuing the tolls upon London Bridge, a 2

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for the purposes therein mentioned; and for impowering the mayor, aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in common council assembled, in certain cases, to grant licences to persons poffeffed of terms for years, of and in houses described in an act of the seventh year of his present Majesty, to build upon and inclose part of the ground and soil of the streets in the front of their faid houses.

Cap. 27. For regulating and improving the fisheries in the river Tweed, and the rivers and streams running into the same; and also within the mouth or entrance of the said river.

Cap. 28. For punishing offences committed by hackney coachmen and chairmen, within certain districts and places therein mentioned ; and for renewing the registry of carts and carriages.

Cap. 29. For consolidating, extending, and rendering more effectual the powers granted by several acts of parliament, for making, enlarging, amending, and cleansing the vaults, drains, and fewers, within the city of London, and liberties thereof; and for paving, cleansing, and lighting the streets, lanes, squares, yards, courts, alleys, passages, and places; and preventing and removing obstructions and annoyances within the same.

Cap: 30. For cleansing and lighting the streets of the town of South Leith, the territory of Saint Anthony's, and Yard Heads thereunto adjoining, and for supplying the several parts thereof with fresh water.

Cap. 31. For the encouragement of the white herring fishery. Cap. 32. For defraying the charge of the pay and cloathing of the militia in that part of Great Britain called England, for one year, beginning the twenty-fifth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and seventy-one; for indemnifying the landholders of the Isle of Wight from the payınent of the monies due by virtue of an act of the ninth year of his present Majesty; and for other purposes therein mentioned.

Cap. 33. For paving, repairing, cleansing, lighting, and watching the streets, squares, lanes, and other pattages, within the parish of Saint John, Clerkenwell, in the county of MiddleJex, and for removing obstructions and annoyances therein.

Cap. 34. For enabling certain persons to inclose and embank part of the river Thames, adjoining to Durham Yard,Salisbury Street, Cecil Street, and Beauford Buildings, in the county of Middlesex.

Cap. 35. For reducing into one act of parliament the several laws relating to the keeping and carriage of gunpowder, and for more effectually preventing mischiefs by keeping or carrying gunpowder in too great quantities.

Cap. 36. For cleansing, lighting, and watching the several streets, and other passages, on the south side of the city of Edinburgh, and for removing nuisances and annoyances therefrom, and preventing the same for the future.

Cap. 37: To prohibit the exportation of live cattle, and other flesh provisions, from Great Britain for a limited time.

Cap. 38. For the better support and establishment of the Greenland and whale filhery,

Cap. 39. To Cap. 39. To amend an act made in the last session of parliament, intituled, An act for extending like liberty in the exportation of rice from East and West Florida to the southward of Cape Finisterre in Europe, as is granted by former acts of parliament to Carolina and Georgia.

Cap. 40. For the more effectually preventing the counterfeiting the copper coin of this realm.

Cap. 41. To explain an act made in the eighth year of the reign of his late Majesty King George the First, intituled, An aft giving further encouragement for the importation of naval fores, and for ether purposes therein mentioned, so far as relates to the imporfation of unmanufactured wood of the growth and product of America; and to explain so much of an act made in the twentyfixth year of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Second, intituled, An act for enlarging and regulating the trade into the Levant seas, as relates to the importation of raw silk and mohair yarn landed at certain places therein mentioned.

Cap.42. To explain and amend an act made in the last feffion of parliament, intituled, An act to regulate the trials of controverted elections, or returns of members to serve in parliament,

Cap. 43. For establishing a house or houses of industry in the Ifle of Wight, for the reception, maintenance, and employment of the poor belonging to the several parishes, and places, within the said island.

Cap. 44. For the better paving, repairing, and cleansing the ftreets, lanes, alleys, and other publick passages, within

that part of the town of Wakefield, in the county of York, which lies within the east end of Westgate Bridge, the south side of Northgate Bor, the north end of Kirkgate Bridge, (except so much thereof as is repaired by the west riding of the said county of York) and the extreme part of the township of Wakefield aforefaid, leading from Wrengate towards East Moor; for preventing nuisances and annoyances therein, and for widening and rendering the same more commodioạs.

Cap. 45. For improving and completing the navigation of the rivers Thames and jis, from the city of London, to the town of Cricklade, in the county of Wiles.

Cap. 46. For paving, and keeping in repair, the streets, lanes, and passages, in the parifh of Saint Luke, in the county of Middlesex ; for removing obstructions and annoyances therein; and for widening the passages at the west end of Chiswell-street, and at the south end of Bricklane, in the said parish; and for other purposes therein mentioned.

Cap. 47. For granting to his Majesty a certain sum of money, to be raised by lottery.

Cap. 48. For granting to his Majesty a certain suni of money out of the finking fund, and for applying certain monies therein mentioned, for the service of the year one thousand seven hundred and seventy-one; and for further appropriating the supplies granted in this session of parliament, for carrying to the aggregate fund a sum of money which hath arifen by the two-sevenths

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excise, and for enabling the commissioners for executing the office of treasurer of his Majesty's exchequer, or the lord high trea.. surer for the time being, to pay to John Dobson, owner of the Greenland ship Lord Molineux, the bounty due for the said ship on the last year's fishery. Cap. 49. To continue for a further time, an act passed in the

of his present Majesty's reign, intituled, An all to prohibit the importation of foreign-wrought silks and velvets for a limited time; and for preventing unlawful combinations of workmen employed in the silk manufacture.

Cap. 50. For granting a bounty upon the importation of white oak staves, and heading, from the Britis colonies or plantations in America.

Cap. 51. For continuing several laws for the better regulation of lastage and balastage in the river Thames; for the further punishment of persons going armed or disguised, in defiance of the laws of customs or excise, and for the landing of rum or spirits of the British sugar plantations, before payment of the duties of excise; for repealing so much of an act passed in the sixth year of the reign of King George the First, intituled, An acl for preventing the carriage of exceffive loads of meal, malt, bricks, and coals, within ten miles of the cities of London and Westminster, as relates to the carriage of meal, malt, and coals; and for authorising the exportation of a limited quantity of an inferior sort of barley, called Bigg, from the port of Kirkwall, in the islands of Orkney.

Cap. 52. For repairing, amending, and supporting the several harbours and sea ports in the Isle of Man.

Cap. 53. For widening the highways in that part of Great Britain called Scotland.

Cap. 54. For the better paving, cleansing, lighting, and watching Haydon Square, the New Square, Haydon-yard, Church Street, Little Church Street, otherwise the Church Passage, Church Court, and Kenton Street, and the passages therein, or lead. ing thereunto, in the parish of Trinity, otherwise Holy Triniry, in the Minories, in the county of Middlesex, within the liberty of his Majesty's Tower of London; and for other purposes herein mentioned.

Cap. 55. To incapacitate John Burnett, Charles Hannington, Thomas Haselgrove, Ralph Moor, Thomas Parsons, Thomas Snook junior, Thomas Hannington, John Hannington, John Robinson, William Cheeseman, George Brewne, John Parsons, John Curl, Frederick Diar, William Dean, Samuel Tuppen, John Sawyers, Thomas Crouter, Thomas Pockney, Joseph Dedman, John Dean, John Whiting, William Stevens, John Bawcomb, Robert Parker, John Hogsflesh, John Purse, John Dean, Thomas Jennings, John Snook junior, Richard Tilftone, William Turner, Walter Sawyers, Charles Milchell, John Jarmand, John Wood, Friend Daniel, William Gratwick, Nathaniel Hillarian, Thomas Roberts, John Ashman, William Cooter, Thomas Froll, Michael Smith, Richard Carver, Michael Durrant, Emery Courcher, Walter Broad, Richard Stonebam, James Bennett, Clement Freeman, William Jupp, Thomas

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