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rica; and to give to his Majesty, for a limited time, certain powers for the better carrying on trade and commerce between the subjects of his Majesty }s dominions* and the inhabitants of the said United States 5 and for continuing, fdr a limited time, an act made in the twenty-fourth year of the reign of his present Majesty, intU tuled, M aft to extend the poivers of an ah> made in the twentythird year of his present Majesty, for giifirsg bis Majesty certain powers for the better carrying on trade and commerce between the fubjecls of his Majesty s dominions^ and the inhabitants of the United States of America,, to the trade and commerce of this kingdom with the British colonies and plantations in America, with refped toteridiri articles therein mentioned.
Cap. 6. For punishing mutiny and desertion \. and for the better payment of die army and their quarters.
Cap. 7. For the more easy and speedy recovery o? small debts, within the town and port of Paver/ham, the hundreds of Faverjham and Boughtpn^ and the several parishes of Ofpringe, Seafalter, and Whitftable, in the county of Kent.
Cap. 8. JFor defraying the charge of the militia in that part of Great Britain calletl England for one ^eaf, beginning the twenty-fifth day of March} one thousand seven hundred and eig-hty-five. '. :.;;**
Cap. 9. For paving, cleansing, and lighting The High Streets and other places within the town 61Huntingdon, and for removing and preventing nuisances and annoyances therein.
Cap. 10. For building a new gaol, a penitentiary house, and certain new Irouses of correction, for the county of Gloucester, and for regulating the same.
Cap. 11. For raising a certain sum of money by loans or exchequer bills, fdr she service of the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty-five.
Cap. i2p For. raising a further sum of money by loans or exchequer bills, for the service of the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty-five.
Cap. 13. For repairing the highways, bridges, and ferries, in the county of Terih.
Cap. 14., For draining and preserving certain low lands, within the paristi ol'^Timber"land\ in the county of Lincoln.
Cap. 15. To enlarge "she term abci powers of several acts relating to the harbour; of Liverpool; and for making two additi. bna! docksand piers in or near the port of Liverpool.
"Cap. 16. For taking down the present market house, and certain other buildings, in the town oiUxbridge^ for the purpose of wicJening The High Street; and for paving the footways, and lighting and cleansing the streets and other places within the said town, and removing and ^preventing nuisances and annoyances therein; and for changing the course of the road between Mercer's Bridge and High Bridge*, and ,for rebuilding the said market house. Cap. 17. To enable the house of commons to authorise the
select from the turnpike road in Bahbury, in the county ^Oxford, through Daventry and Cottefbach, to the south end of Mill Field, m the parish of Lutterworth, in the county of Leicester.
i, A N act to enable William Lucas Holden to take ar}d use the jr\ surname of Rose.' 2. An act for naturalizing Charles Frederick Wiple. 3# An act for naturalizing Frederick Hendrick Van tlagen.
4. An act for inclosing, and leafing or letting a certain common, and certain waste grounds, lying within the paristi of Marston Montgomery, in the county of Derby, and applying the profits thereof in aid of the poor's rate, and other parochial taxes of the sard .parish.
5. An act for dividing and inclosing the several open common fields, common or stinted pastures, wolds, ings, sands, meadow lands, and waste grounds, within the township of Sdutb Cave, in the east riding of the county of Tori.
6. An act for dividing, allotting, and inclosing the common fields, half year, or fliack lands, commons, and waste grounds, within the paristi ©f AJbilL> in the county of Norfolk.
7. An act for naturalizing Simon Tamm.
8. An act for naturalizing John Andrew Be Luc.
9. An act for naturalizing Thomas Oom, Charles Frederick Bfe~ mer, and Daniel Philip Dobbert.
10. An act to enable the right honourable fSeorge Evelyn viscount Falmouth, and others, and the guardians of ctieir issue male, to make leases of the estates in Cornwall, devised by the will of Hugh late viscount Falmouth deceased, and also to grant sets and leases of the mines therein.
11. An act for vesting certain estates, in the counties of Kent and Somerset, and in the city of London, devised by the will of Thomas late earl of Leicester, deceased, in trustees, to be fold, and for laying out the money arising therefrorn in'the; purchase of other estates, situate in the county of Norfolk, td be fettled to the fame uses. ^ ^ -'V
12. An act for dividing and inclosing the several open and common arable fields, and the down or common called Colerne Downe, within the paristi of Colerne, in the county of -Wilts,
13. An act for dividing and inclosing certain parts of the moors, commons, and waste lands, within the manor of EgleJlon, in the county of Durham.
14. An act for dividing and inclosing thfc common fields, common meadows, heath, and waste knds, lying within the manor and parish of Meriden, in the county oi Warwick, pursuant to an agreement entered into for that purpose.
15. An act for dividing and inclosing the several common
pastures, pastures, commons, or waste grounds, within the townstr Wykebam, and Huston, in the manor oi Wykebam, in the arth riding of the county of York.
16. An act to enable William Pemberton esquire, and his first and other sons, and their issue, to take, use, and bear the name and arms of Cludde, pursuant to the will of Edward Cludde, esquire, deceased.
17. An act for vesting in trust, for Peter lord King, and his heirs, the inheritance, in fee simple, of a messuage, or dwelling house, in Dover-street, in the county of MiddleJeXi devisedand limited by the will of Thomas lord King, deceased, and for settling a farm, lands, and hereditaments, in the county of Surrey^ in lieu thereof, to the uses limited by the fame will.
18. An act for confirming an exchange agreed upon between the lord bishop of Hereford and the right honourable Charles lord Sommers, of certain estates in the county of Hereford.
19. An act for confirming a mortgage made by John Newnham esquire, of part of his settled estates in Sussex, pursuant to a decree of the high court of chancery, and for enabling him to make a further mortgage of his settled estates, according to such decree, and for discharging both incumbranees with the produce of his estates vested in trustees to be fold.
20. An act for establishing and confirming an agreement between the warden and scholars, clerks of Saint Mary college of Winchester, near Winchester, in the county of' Southampton, an I their lessee, and Robert Pope Blachford esquire, for exchange 4i> certain grounds in the parish of Whippingham, in the Isle ofv Wight, and county of Southampton aforesaid.
21. An act for vesting two thirty-sixth shares of the navigation of the river Douglas, alias J/land, in the county of Lancaster, part of the settled estates of Edward Holt esquire, in trustees, to be fold, and for laying out the money arising by such sale in the purchase of lands and hereditaments, to be settled in lieu thereof, to the same uses.
22. An act for vesting the estates devised by the will of Anthony Wharton esquire, deceased, situate and being in the county of York, in trustees, to be fold, for payment of the debts and incumbrances affecting the fame, and for laying out the surplus of the purchase money upon the trusts, and for the purposes, therein expressed.
23. An act for dividing and inclosing a certain waste, or common, called Lizard Common, within the parish of Id/al, otherwise Shiffnal^ in the county of Salop.
24. An act for dividing and inclosing the commons and waste lands called Frodington9 otherwise Fraddington, otherwise Fratton Common, and South Sea Common and Wastes, in the guildable part of the parish of Portfea, and county of Southampton.
25. An act for dividing and inclosing the common fields and waste lands within the manors of Kinnerley and Melverley, in the county of Salop,
26. An act for dividing and inclosing certain commons and
waste waste Jf;fld$ witfein the tbwnstfifft of Pickering and Nefotirr, id the not&h tiding of the fcounty of
27. An act for dividing and inclosing the commons, bpat Common fields* ccfmftvon meadows, eommonable lands* and Waste gfouridsf, within the liberty of Holbrooke, in the parHh of Dujjield} in the county of Deri}.
28. An act fof dividing and inclosing the common skids, Common meadows, waste lands* and other commonable plates* within the parish of Ufiptr Clatsordi in the county ©f Southampton.
29. An act for dividing, allotting* and inclosing the open and comifion fields and common or waste lands, within the lord* Ihij> of liberty of Qsgathorpe, in the county of Leicester.
30. Aft act to enable John Simpson (lately called John Bridge man) esquire, and the heirs male of his body* to take and use the surname of Simpson, pursuant to the will ot William Simpson esquire* deceased* and also to bear the arms belonging to tbfc family of Simpson.
31. An act for exchanging part of the settled estate of Hetie4ge Eari of Ayles/ord, in the county of Kent, for another estate, of greater value, in the same county, to be settled in lieu thereof.
32. An act for vesting a Cottage ofr tenement, used as and for b school-house, and other hereditaments* in or hear the towb of JlSltm, in the county of Dorset, in Joseph lbrd Milton, and his heirs, in lieu of, or in compensation for, a messuage or tene
: eht and garden, situate and being in the town of Blandford "»rutH, of greater value*
33. An act for vesting part of the settled estates, and such of ne estates of the right honourable sir John Shelly, baronet, deleafed, which, upon his death, descended to his son fir Johfz Shelley baronet, an infant, as his heir at law, in trustees, for the purposes within rtietvtioned.
: 34. An act for better regulating the charity of John Shastot, of Nether Warden, in the county of Northumberland* clerk, deceased.
35. An act for vesting certain detached parts of the settled testates of Henry Hippisley Corn esquire, in Somersetshire, in trustees, to be fold, and for laying out the purchase money in other estates to be settled to the same uses, and for enabling the tenants for life to gfant as well leases of the coal mines as other leases.
36. An act for vesting part of the settled estates of John Cotes esquire, in the counties of Montgomery, Salop, andStafford, in trustees, to be fold, for raising money for payment of debts and incumbrances affecting the fame estates^ and for other purposes therein mentioned.
37. An act to effectuate a partition of the estates of Job Hatimer esquire, the reverend Erasmus Warren clerk, and fir Thomas Charles Bunbury baronet, in the counties of Suffolk and Essex.
38. An act for vesting part of the estates of John Topp esquire,
, Vol. XXXV. b deceaseds deceased, in the counties of Salop and Montgomery* in trustees^ to be fold, for payment pf his debts and legacies, and the costs? of suit, pursuant to the directions of the court of chancery, and for discharging part of the estates so vested from a pcrpetuat yearly rent charge, and for subjecting part of the said JobnTopp'$ devised estates to the payment thereof.
, 39. An act for empowering the judges of the court of session in Scotland to sell such parts of the estates of Barnbarroch and Skenchan9 lying in the county of Wigtown* and stewartry of Kirkcudbright, belonging to Robert Agnew esquire, as (hall be sufficient for payment of the debts affecting xither of those estates, and for vesting the remainder in fee tail to the fame heirs, and under the fame limitations, as are mentioned in the deed of entail thereof* bearing date the twenty-ninth day of Decembery one thousand seven hundred and fifty-seven.
40. An act for vesting the estate of Drummodie, and" others* lying in the county of Wigton, in sir William Maxwells of Mun* reitb baronet, in fee simple; and for vesting in the said Sir William Maxwells his heirs and assigns, in fee tail, the estate of Little Killantrae, and others* lying in the fame county, in lieu thereof.
41. An act for vesting the undivided moiety of the freehold and copyhold estates of William Clarke esquire, deceased, devised' by his will for the benefit of his daughter Mary Forbes? and her issue, in trustees, for the purposes within mentioned.
42. An act to enable the honourable IVilbraham Tollemache, and the several other persons therein mentioned, to grant build*ing leases of certain parts of lands and hereditaments in the county palatine of Chester, (devised by the will of the right .honourable Lionel late earl of Dysart) upon the terms and restrictions therein mentioned. <
43. An act for vesting part of the settled estates of James Walwyn esquire, in the county of Hereford, in the said James Walyuytu in fee simple, and for settling other estates of the said James Walwyn, in the said county, of greater value, in lieu . thereof.
44. An act for sale of a sufficient part of the estates of Hugh Parnell, a lunatick, for payment of his debts and incumbrances, under the direction of the.court of chancery.
45. An act for dividing and inclosing the commons, waste grounds, and moss, within the hamlet or township of Forton, in the county of Lancaster,
46. An act for dividing and inclosing certain open common fields, meadows, pastures, ings, and other commonable lands, and waste grounds, within the. parish of Donnington upon Baine% in the county of Lincoln.
47. An act for dividing, allotting, and inclosing, the open and common fields, common crofts, and common meadows, and for draining and improving certain common moors, within the parish of Wimborne Minster, in the county of Dorset.
48. An act for dividing, inclosing, and improving certain