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To which is prefixed,
during that Period.
By DANBY PICKERING, of Gray's-Inn, Esq;
Reader of the Law Lecture to that Honourable Society.
TABLE of the STATUTES,
Containing the Titles of all such Acts as are extant in print,
from the Twelfth Year of Queen ANNE, to the Fifth Year of King GEORGE I.
12 Annæ. Stat. I.
certaining the value of freeholds of Cap. 1. FOR granting an aid to FO
40 s. per annum. her Majesty, to be raised Cap. 6. For the better regulating the by a land tax in Great Britain, for elections of members to serve in the service of the year 1713.
parliament for that part of Great Cap. 2. For granting to her Majesty, Britain called Scotland.
duties upon malt, mum, cyder and Cap. 7. For the more effectual preperry, for the service of the year venting and punishing robberies 1713, and for making forth du- that shall be committed in houses. plicates of lottery tickets loft, burnt Cap. 8. For raising the militia for the or destroyed; and for enlarging the year 1713, although the month's time for adjusting claims in re- pay formerly advanced be not reveral lottery-acts; and to punith paid. the counterfeiting or forging of lot- Cap.9. For continuing an act made tery-orders; and for explaining a in the third and fourth years of the laté act in relation to stamp-duties reign of her present Majesty, intion customary estates, which pals tuled, An act for encouraging the imby deed and copy.
portation of naval stores from her MaCap. 3. To revive and continue the jesty's plantations in America ; and
act for taking, examining and stat- for encouraging the importation of ing the publick accounts of the naval stores from that part of Great kingdom; and also to continue the Britain called Scotland, to that part act for appointing commissioners of Great Britain called England. to take, examine and determine the Cap.10. For continuing the acts theredebts due to the army, transport- in mentioned, for preventing theft
service, and fick and wounded. and rapine upon the northern borCap. 4. For making inclosures of some ders of England.
part of the common-grounds, in Cap. 11. To raise 1,200,000 1.for pubthe Weft-riding of the county of lick uses, by circulating a further York, for the endowing poor vi- sum in Exchequer-bills; and for carages, and chapelries, for the bet- enabling her Majesty to raise 500,
ter fupport of their ministers. 000l. on the revenues appointed Cap. s. To explain a clause in an act for the uses of her civil government,
of the last session of parliament, in- to be applied for or towards paytituled, An act for the more effectual ment of such debts and arrears owpreventing fraudulent conveyances, in ing to her servants, tradesmen and order to multiply votes for eleiting others, as are therein mentioned. knights of shires to serve in parliament, Cap. 12. For the better regulating as far as the same relates to the ar- the forces to be continued in her VOL. XIII.