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tlement of John Yate gent, and for the purchasing and settling other lands of as great yearly value to the fame uses.

17. An act for exchanging the tithes and glebe-lands of and belonging to the rectory of the church of Addington, in the county of Bucks, for other lands in Addington aforesaid, to be settled on the rector of the said church and his successors, and for other purposes therein mentioned.

18. An act for vesting the real estate late of Elibu Yale esq; deceased, in the county of Denby, in trustees, to be fold, and applying one third part of the monies arising by sale thereof, according to the will of Ursula Yale, his daughter, deceased, and the other two thirds for the benefit of his two other coheirs.

19. An act for repealing a power of revocation in the settlement made on the marriage of Francis Goulston esq; and for establishing and vesting a new power instead thereof.

10- An act for confirming a conveyance of the manor of the rectory of Great Stoughton, in the county of Huntingdon, unto sir Baldwin Conyers bart. in exchange for an annuity granted by him to the vicar of Great St ought on aforesaid, and his successors.

21. An act for vesting certain copyhold and other lands in John Amphlett esq; in lieu of the freehold lands agreed to be purchased and settled on him by the marriage articles of Joseph Amphlett esq; his late father, with Anne his wife, both deceased; and for making provision for the younger children of that marriage.

22. An act for sale of two undivided third parts of the manor of Weeton and other lands in Holder ness, part of the settled estate of Thomas Rand; and for applying the money arising by such sale in the purchase os an entire estate to be settled to the same uses.

23. An act for vesting the real and personal estate of William Norton* esq; deceased, in trustees, for the purposes therein mentioned.

24. An act for the sale of the manor of Aldbury, in the parish of MeJlham, and the manor of Chaldon, and other lands in the county of Surrey, part of the estate of John Southcott, esq; for the purposes therein mentioned; and for settling the capital messuage of Witham Place, and other lands in the county of Essex, of the fame value, part of the estate of sir Edward Southcott knt. father of the said John Southcott, to the like uses.

25. An act for settling certain lands and tenements of Edward Sainthill, the elder, esq; therein mentioned, pursuant to an agreement made on the marriage of Edward Sainthill, his son, with Frances, the daughter of sir Walter Younge bart.

26. An act for sale of part of the estate of John Wall, for payment of debts, and for settling other part of his estate for the education and maintenance of his only son.

27. An act for vesting several sums of money in the archbishop of Canterbury, and the bishop of Ely, given for the augmentation of the maintenance of poor vicars within the

• dioceses of Canterbury and Ely; and to impower them to lay out the fame in the purchase of lands to- be vested in other trustees for the fame purposes.

28. An act for sale os part of the estate of Valentine Brown esq; commonly called lord Kenmare, in the kingdom of Ireland, for payment of debts and incumbrances affecting the fame.

29. An act to enable Thomas, now lord Southwell, and his trustees, to raise money, by making leases for lives, renewable for ever, and fee-farms, and by sale or mortgage of certain lands' and hereditaments in the county of Limerick, in the kingdom of Ireland,, for payment of debts and

legalegacies, and for other purposes therein mentioned. * 30. An act for vesting certain manors, lands, and hereditaments in the kingdom of Ireland, the estate of sis Redmond Everard bart. in trustees, to be fold for raising money to discharge incumbrances affecting the fame, and for other purposes. 3r. An act to enable Mary 0y Gar a, widow, to sue for her jointure lands.

32. An act for vesting in trustees a messuage and garden in the parish of St. Katharine Coleman, London, the estate of Robert Thornton, and Hannah his wife, to be fold, on fettling an estate of a greater value to the fame uses.

33. An act for confirming a sale made by Anthony Palmer, to Leivis Buckky efq; of certain copyhold lands and hereditaments, parcel of the manor of Eajl Meon, in the county of Southampton, and for settling other copyhold lands and hereditaments, part of the fame manor, of as great or greater value, to the fame uses as the said lands so sold now stand limited.

34. An act for sale of part of the estate of William Kinajlon, esq; and for settling other part thereof to the uses therein mentioned.

35. An'act to enable Daniel Dunne, esq; by sale or mortgage of part of his estate, to raise money to pay off and discharge the portions of his brothers and sister, and a mortgage of one thousandeight hu ndred seventy seven pounds affecting the fame.

36. An act for vesting several quantities and parcels of South-Sea stock, and South-Sea annuities, in trustees, for payment of the debts of Charles LoivndeSy gent, and for the benefit and relief of him, and Rebscca his wife.

Anno 1 Georgii II. Jiat. 1. Cap, i* For the better support of his

Majesty's houfhold, and of the honour and dignity of the crown of Great Britain*

Cap, 2. To enable his Majesty to be governor of the South-Sea company.

Cap. 3. For enabling his Majesty to settle a revenue for supporting the royal dignity of the Queen, in case she shall survive his Majesty.

Cap. 4. For continuing the imprison* ment of Robert Blackburn, and others, for the horrid conspiracy to assassinate the person of his late sacred majesty King William the Third, of glorious memory.

Cap. 5. For making further provisions to enable persons poffessed of offices at the demise of his late Majesty, to qualify themselves for the enjoyment of such offices, and for altering and explaining the acts of parliament therein mentioned, in relation to qualifying persons for continuing in offices; and for the con* tinuance of the sheriffs of the county of Cornwall, and county palatine of Chejier, and several other officers therein mentioned, after the demise of his late Majesty, his heirs and successors; and for continuing such laws as would expire at the end of this feflion of parliament.

Anno 1 Georgii II. fiat. 2.

Cap. 1. For continuing the duties upon malt, mum, cyder and perry, in that part of Great Britain called England; and for granting to his Majesty certain duties upon malt, mum, cyder and perry, in that part of Great Britain called Scotland, for the service of the year 1728. and for making good the deficiency of a late malt act.

Cap. 2. For punishing mutiny and desertion; and for the better payment of the army and their quarters.

Cap. 3. For making more effectual an act passed in the fourth year of the reign of his late majesty King George intituled j An act for repairb 4 * ing ing^ the highways from Maidenhead Bridge to Sunning-Lane-End, next to Twyford, in the road to Reading; end from the said bridge to Henley Bridge in the county of Berks. Cap. 4. For repairing the road leading from Chatteris Ferry, which divides the isle of Ely from the county of Huntingdon, to Hammond?sEau, and from thence toSomerJbam Bridge, at Somerstam town's end, in the said county.

Cap. 5. For granting an aid to his Majesty by a land tax to be raised in Great Britain, for the service of the year 1728.

Cap. 6. For repairing the road from the Powder-Mills on HounflowHeath, in the county of Middlesex, to a place called Baftngfone,'nezr the town of Bagstot, in the parish of Windleftam, in the county of Surrey*

Cap. 7. For enlarging the term granted by an act made in the twelfth year of the reign of her late majesty Queen Anne, for repairing the highways between the Bear-Inn in Reading, and Punts eld in the county of Berks, and for making the said act more effectual, and for amending other roads in this act mentioned.

Cap. 8. For granting an aid to his Majesty's by sale of annuities to the bank of England, at four pounds per centum, redeemable by parliament, and charged upon the duties on coals and culm; and for further applying the produce of the sinking fund; and for enlarging the time for exchanging Nevis and St. ChriJlopher's debentures for annuities at three per centum, and for applying the arrears of his late Majesty's civil list revenues.

Cap. 9. For granting an aid to his Majesty of five hundred thousand pounds, towards discharging wages, due to seamen, and for the constant, regular, and punctual payment of seamens wages for the future; and for appropriating the supplies grant* 6

ed in this present session of parlia-* ment; and for disposing of the surplus of the money granted for half pay for the year 1727. Cap. 10. For the more effectual amending the highway between Hockliffe and Woburn, in the county of Bedford; and for repairing the road leading through Woburn to Tic/ford Bridge in Newport Pagnell^ in the county of Bucks. Cap. 11. For repairing and amending several roads leading to and from the borough of Evefliam, in the county of Worcester. Cap. 12. For repairing and enlarging the road leading from the house called the sign of the Bells, in the parish of St. Margaret in Rochester^ to Maidjlone, and other roads therein mentioned, in the county of Kent.

Cap. X3. To oblige (hips coming from places infected, more effectually to perform their quarentine; and for the better preventing the plague' being brought from foreign parts into Great Britain or Ireland, or the isles of Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney, Sark or Man\ and to hinder the spreading of infection. Cap. 14. For encouraging seamen to

enter into his Majesty's service. Cap. 15. For making provision for the rector of the new church, situate near Millbank, in the parish of St. Margaret Westminster, and for other purposes therein mentioned. Cap. 16. For removing doubts concerning the additional duty of two pence per gallon upon low wines, and spirits of the first extraction, from foreign materials; and for obviating questions relating to appeals in matters of excise; and for appointing the number of commissioners of excise, who may hear . causes depending before them. Cap. 17. For repealing the present duties on wins lees, and Lignum Vitœ> and laying new duties on

wine

wine lees; and for prohibiting the importation of wine in flasks, bottles, or small casks; and for preventing frauds in exporting silk manufactures; and for supplying the want of regular certificates of such manufactures being landed in foreign parts, where such certificates cannot be had; and for giving further time to clerks and apprentices, to pay duties omitted to be paid for their indentures and contracts.

Cap. 18* To explain and amend an act made in the twelfth year of the reign of his late majesty King George the First, for building a bridge cross the river of Thames, from the town of Fulham in the county of Middlesex, to the town of Putney in the county of Surrey; and for making the said act more effectual.

Cap. 19. For punishing such persons as shall wilfully and maliciously pull down or destroy turnpikes for reparing highways, or locks, or other works, erected by authority of parliament, for making rivers navigable.

Cap. 20. For erecting a workhouse in the city of Canterbury, for employing and maintaining the poor there, and for better enlightning the streets of the said city.

Cap. 21. To explain and amend an act pasted in the thirteenth year of his late Majesty's reign, intituled, An aft for sale os such os the forfelted estates in that part of Great Britain called Scotland, as remain unsold, and are vesled in the crown; and for determining such claims on the said estates, as, having been duly entred* remain undetermined.

Cap. 22. To explain the acts of the third and ninth years of his late Majesty's reign, for continuing the duty of two penny Scots on every pint of ale and beer fold in the city of Edinburgh, in relation to the payment of petty port customs; and for the more effectual securing the pay

ment of such money, as hath been, or fliall be contributed towards a charitable fund for relief of such as shall suffer by fire in the said city, and the suburbs and liberties thereof.

Cap. 23. For indemnifying persons who have omitted to qualify themselves for offices and employments within the time limited by law, and for allowing further time for that purpose; and for repealing so much of two acts of parliament therein mentioned, as requires persons to qualify themselves to continue in offices or employments for the space of six months, after the demise of his Majesty, his heirs or successors.

Private Afts.

Anno 1 Georgii II.

1. An act to enable Robert Ellison esq; and the heirs and issue of his body, to take and use the surname of Carre, according to the will of his uncle Francis Carre, esq; deceased.

2. An act for naturalizing Abraham Weffelow.

3. An act for naturalizing Adam Oldenburg, Phillipe Dumouflier^ and others.

4. An act to settle a jointure on Sufanna countess of Shaftsbury, wife of Anthony earl of Shaftsbury, in lieu and bar of her dower or thirds at the common law.

5. An act to enable the guardians of the lord George Bentincke, second son of Henry late duke of Portland* to make leases of certain houses, grounds, and tenements in Soho> during the minority of the said lord George, for making provision for his maintenance, and for other purposes therein mentioned.

6. An act for confirming the partitions of the estates late of sir William Davie baronet, deceased, among his co-heirs, and for fettling their sliares thereof in scveralty to the fame

uses uses to Which their several undivided parts thereof stood limited before the partition.

7. An act for vesting the estate of William Bromley e% and Mary his wife, lying at Sundon in the county of Bedford^ in trustees, to be fold pursuant to an agreement in their marriage-settlement.

8. An act to enable Christopher Crowe oi Woodsord-Hall, in the county of Essex, csq; to sell or otherwise dispose of the mansion-house called Woods or d-Hall, and all other his lands and hereditaments at Woodford) comprized in his settlement thereof, he having settled other lands and hereditaments in the cofcirity of York, of greater value., to the fame uses in lieu thereof.

9. An act to enable the guardians of Anna Elizabetha Beating, an infant about four years old, appointed by this act, to grant building leases of her fourth part and share of and in certain messuages, grounds, and hereditaments, in or near the parisli of St. Andrevj Holbourn, in the county of Middlesex.

20. An act for vesting the manors of Shirfield,md divers lands and hereditaments in the county of Southampton, the estate of Granville Weler csqj 'in trustees, discharged of the uses in a former settlement, he having settled an estate in the county of Kent to the same uses in lieu thereof.

11. An act to enable Thomas Brown, gent, to grant building leases of his estate in the town of Manchester^ in the county of Lancaster.

12. An act for appointing commissioners to make a division of certain common fields, lands, and wastes in the parish of Chcrrington, in the county of Gloucester, among the proprietors, in order to inclose the same.

13. An act for naturalizing John Lanove.

14. An act for enabling-Charles duke of Grafton, lord of the manor of Grafton,m the county os Northampton, to inclose the common fields and waste grounds within the said manor in pursuance of several agreements between the said duke, and the rector and churchwardens of the parish of Grafton Regis, and to establish the said agreements.

15. An act for vesting in trustees, divers lands in the several counties of Berks, Bucks, IVilts, Oxford and York, the estate of David earl of Buchan9 for the purposes therein mentioned. .

16. An act to enable the commissioners of the treasury, or the lord high treasurer for the time being, to compound with George Townfend, Montague Bacon, John Atwood and John Burton, late commissioners for licensing hawkers, pedlars and petty chapmen, for a debt they stand charged with to the crown.

17. An act to enable the commissioners of the treasury, or the lord high treasurer for the time being, to compound with Thomas Ham?nond^ late of London, merchant, and his sureties, for a debt due to the crown for customs on tobacco and wines.

18. An act for vesting the estate of sir Halfwell Tynte, bart. and dame Mary his wife (in right of dame Mary) in trustees, to be settled to the uses in their marriage articles.

19. An act for vesting the estate late of sir John Wittewronge, bart. deceased, in the county of Bucks, in trustees, to enable" them to convey the fame to the most noble Sarah duchess dowager of Marlborough^ the purchaser thereof, under a decree of the high court of chancery.

20. An act for impowering the honourable Charles Howard esq; to raise money by sale or mortgage of the manors of Walden, alias Chipping Walden, Brook Walden, and other manors and lands therein mention

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