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- Cap: 65. To enable the most noble Henry duke of Newcastle, his heirs, executors, or administrators, to open a street from the Strand, at or near the east end of the New Church, to the south end of Stanhope Street in the parish of Saint Clement Danes, within the city and liberty of Westminster; and to make a more commodious communication between the north end of Stanhopa Street aforesaid, and Wylde Street in the parish of Saint Giles in the Fields, in the county of Middlesex. i Cap. 66. For gộanting to his Majesty additional duties upon the produce of the several duties under the management of the respective commillioners of the customs and excise in Great Britain. . Cap. 67. For granting to his Majesty a certain sum 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 eighty-two; and for further appropriating the supplies granted in this session of parliament.
Cap. 68. For repealing the duties payable for beer and ale above fix shillings the barrel, exclusive of the duties of excise, and not exceeding eleven shillings the barrel, exclusive of such duties, and for granting other duties in lieu thereof; for granting additional duties on coaches, and other carriages therein mentioned ; and also additional duties on lope made in Great
Britain, and upon the produce of the said additional duties on .coaches and on other carriages; and for the better securing the duty upon tea, and other duties of excife; and also for appointing the number of commissioners of excise who may hear causes depending before them relative to the duties on male Tervants. · Cap. 69. For compelling John Whitehill esquire to return into this kingdom; and for restraining bim, in case of his return, from going out of this kingdom for a limited time ; and for discovering his estate and effects, and preventing the transporting or alienating of the same.
Çap. 70. To enable the commander in chief of his Majesty's forces, and the secretary to the commander in chief of his majesty's forces, to send and receive letters and packets free from the duty of postage.
Cap. 71. More effectually to preyent his Majesty's enemies from being supplied with ships or vessels from Great Britain.. • Cap, 72. For continuing so much of an act of the sixth year of his present Majesty, as relates to prohibiting the importation of foreign wrought alks and velvets.
Cap. 73. To explain an act made in the twelfth year of the reign of King Charles the Second, (intituled, An act for pro"hibiting the planting, setting, or fowing of, tobacca in England or Ireland), and to permit the use and removal of tobacco, the growth of Scotland into England, for a limited time, under certain restrictions.
Cap. 74. For, enlarging the times appointed for the first meetings of commissioners, or other persons for putting in execution certain acts of this session of parliament,
. Cap. 75. To prevent the granting in future any patent office to be exercised in any colony or plantation now, or at any time hereafter, belonging to the crown of Great Britain, for any longer term than during such time as the grantee thereof, or perion appointed thereto, shall discharge the duty thereof in person, and behave well therein.
Cap. 76. For enabling his Majesty to raise the sum of one million, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned.
Cap. 77. To render valid and effectual certain articles of agreement between the mayor and commonalty and citizens of the city of London, governors of the possessions, revenues, and goods, of the hospitals of Edward King of England the Sixth, of Cbrift, Bridewell, and Saint Thomas the Apofle, and of the hofpitals of Henry the Eighth, King of England, called The House of the Poor, in Well Smithfield, near London, and of the house and hospital called Bethelem, and the presidents, treasurers, and acting governors, of the said several hospitals. · Cap. 78. To permit drugs, the product of Hungary or Gera many, to be imported from the Austrian Netherlands, or any part of Germany, upon payment of the single duty; to allow the importation of Hungary or German wines, and organzined thrown filk, from the Austrian Netherlands, or any part of Germany, into Great Britain, and of timber, and other goods, from any part of Europe, in ships the property of subjects under the fame sovereign as the country of which the goods are the growth, produce, or manufacture.
Cap. 79. For the encouragement and disciplining of such corps or companies of men as Thall voluntarily enroll themselves for defence of their towns or coafts, or for the general defence of the kingdom, during the present war.
Cap. 80. To vest certain messuages, lands, tenements, and hereditaments, in trustees, for the better securing his Majesty's
docks, ships, and stores, at Portsmouth and Chatham. - Cap. 81. For the better regulation of the office of paymaster general of his Majesty's forces. · Cap. 82. For enabling his Majesty to discharge the debt contracted upon his civil lift revenues ; and for preventing the fame from being in arrear for the future, by regulating the mode of payments out of the said revenues, and by suppressing or regulating certain offices therein mentioned, which are now paid out of the revenues of the civil lift. . Cap. 83. For the better relief and employment of the poor.
Cap. 84. For better paving, cleansing, and lighting, part of the parish of Saint George Hanover Square, in the county of Middlesex, and such part of Old Bond Street as lies within the parish of Saint James, in the said county; and for removing and preventing nuisances and annoyances thengin.
Cap. 85. For the improvement of Portman Square, within the parish of Saint Mary'le. Bone, in the county of Middlesex. · Cap. 86. For explaining and amending two acts, one made in the eleventh, and the other in the lexepteenth year of his
present present Majesty, for paving certain streets in the parishes of Saint John of Wapping, and Saint George in the county of Middlesex, and for other purposes; and for extending the provisions of the said acts to other parts of the said parishes, and allo. for opening certain communications within the said parish of Saint George.
Cap. 87. For paving and freeing from nuisances and annoyances, the several streets, ways, and places, within the parish of Saint Anne, in the county of Middlesex, and Queen-ftreet and London-fireet, in the hamlet of Ratcliffe, within the said parish; and for making ways or streets into the street called Risby's Rope-ground, and thirough or across Shoulder af Mutton Alley, and a street called Ropemaker's fields, to Three Colt Street, and from the bridge in the said street called Risby's Rope.ground into Tyree Cole Streer aforesaid.
Cap. 88. To continue the term of an act, made in the twenty-fourth year of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, for repairing and widening the road from Preston to Lancaster, and from thence to a place called Heiring-syke, that divides the counties of Lancaster and Westmorland. .
Cap. 89. For extending the provisions of an act, made in the thirteenth year of his present Majesty, for more effeclually amending several roads leading from the borough of Truro, in the county of Cornwall, to the roads leading from Shortlanes End, in the parish of Kenwyn, to Callestock Burrow, and from The Two Burrows, in the said paris, to Perran almhouse, and from The Three Burrows, in the said parish, 'to Saint Agnes almhouses in the said county.
Cap. go. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, passed in the first year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing and amending the road leading from White Cross, in i be parish of Leven, in Holderness, in the east riding of the county of York, to the town of Beverley, in the said county.
Cap. 91. To confirm, and carry into execution, certain articles of agreement entered into between the right honourable James earl of Salifoury, and the trustees appointed by and under several acts of parliament, for repairing the road leading from Galley Corner adjoining to Enfield Chace, in the parish of South Mims, in the county of Middlesex, to Lemnsford Mill, in the county of Hertford; and for turning and ahering the said road, in the manner mentioned in the said agreement.
Cap. 92. For continuing the term, and altering and enlarging the powers, of an act, made in the thirty-third year of his late Majesty, for repairing several roads leading to the town of Oakhampton, in the county of Devon.
Cap, 93. To continue and enlarge the term and powers of an act, made in the first year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, An act for amending and widening the roads from ibe turnpike road upon Gatherley Moor, in the county of York, tó Staindrop, in the county of Durham ; and from the said turnpike road near Smallways, across be river Tees, to Winston, in the
ing the, for amendem Colly Garcos Worcedes leading fromd more
ford county of Durham; and for building a bridge over the said river. at or near Winston Ford. .
Cap. 94. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, made in the thirty-second year of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, intituled, An ači for repairing and widening the roads from a place called Littlegate, ai the top of Leadenham Hill, in the county of Lincoln, to the west end of Barnby Gate, in Newark upon Trent; and from the guide-post at the division of Kelham and Mufkam lanes to Mansfield, and from Southwell to Oxton, in the county of Nottingham; and for repairing the road from the west side of Newark Bridge to the said guide-post.
Cap. 95. Por continuing the term and altering and enlarg. ing the powers, of an act of the second year of his present Majesty, for amending and widening the road from the marketbouse in Stourbridge to Colly Gate, in Cradley, and other roads therein mentioned, in the counties of Worcester, Stafford, and Salop, so far as the same relates to the roads leading from the market. house in Stourbridge to Colly Gate, and from Pedmore to Holly Hall, and from Colly Gate to Halesowen; and for opening a more commodious communication with the Birmingham turnpike road.
Cáp. 96. For continuing the term, and altering and enlarge ing the powers, of an act, of the first year of his present Majesty, for amending and widening the road from the town of Stone to WordRey Green Gate; and from the wijt end of Bilfton Street, in Wolverhampton, to The High Street, opposite The Old Bush, in Dudley; and from a place called Burnt Tree, near Dudley to Birmingham; and from The Market Cross in Wolverhampton, to Cannock; in the counties of Stafford, Worcester, and Warwick,
Cap. 97. For enlarging the term and powers of an act, made in the thirty-third year of the reign of his majesty King George the Second, intituled, An act for amending and widening the rond from Bawtry to Sheffield, and from Sheffield to the south side of Wortley, in the caunty of York, where it joins the turnpike road leading from Rotherham to Manchester, so far as the same relates to the road leading from Bowtry aforesaid to Tinsley, and through part of the town of Tinsley, to the place where the same joins the road leading from Rotherham to Sheffield.
Cap. 98. For continuing the term and altering the powers of an act of the first year of his present Majesty, for amending the road from Dariford to Northfleet, and other roads therein mentioned, in the county of Kent; and for allowing an annual payment out of the tolls arising upon the raid roads, to the trustees for the care of the road leading from Rockefter to Maidstone, in the said county, to be applied for the purposes therein mentioned.
Cap. 99. For enlarging the term and power's of an act, of the tenth year of his present Majesty, intituled, An act for repairing and widening several roads leading to and through the borough
of Tamworth, and other roads therein mentioned, in the counties of Stafford, Warwick, and Derby.
Cap. 100. For amending and keeping in repair the roads leading from the Willersley turnpike road, near Parton, to Monkland Mill; and from the turnpike road on Fair Mile Field, to the turnpikc road at Broad Heath; and from the turnpike road at or near the Fords Bridge, to the turnpike road near Stockton ; and from Kyre Common, to the turnpike road at Grendon Green, in the counties of Hereford and Worcester.
Cap. 101. To enlarge the term and powers of an act, made in the first year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing and widening several roads leading to and through the towns of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis ond Dorchester, in the county of Dorset; and for repairing the road leading from the parish of Warmwell, through the parishes of Poxwell and O/mington, to the church in the said parish of Osmington, in the said county of Dorset.
Cap. 102. For continuing the term of an act, made in the second year of the reign of his present majesty, for amending and widening the road leading from the high post road near the town of Faversham, by Bacon's Water, through Athford, to the town and port of Hythe, in the county of Kent; and from Bacon's Water, to a certain lane called Holy Lane, in Wincheap, near the city of Canterbury:
Cap. 103. For reviving and continuing the term, and enJarging the powers, of an act of the thirtieth year of his late majesty, intituled, An all for amending, widening, and keeping in repair, several roads in and near to the town of Tenbury, in the counties of Salop, Worcester, and Hereford; and for amending and keeping in repair the roads leading from The Knowle Gate to the turnpike road on the Clee Hill, leading froin Ludlow to Çlcobury Mortimer, and from Kyre Mill to the turnpike road leading from Bromyard to Tenbury, in the said counties.
Cap. 104. To continue and enlarge the term and powers of an act, made in the thirty-third year of the reign of his late majesty King George the Second, for repairing and widening the roads from Haleworthy, in the parish of Davidítow, in the county of Cornwall, to the east end of Wadebridge, in the said county; and from the west end of Wadebridge aforesaid, into and through the borough of Mitchell, in the said county.
Cap. 105. For amending, widening, and keeping in repair, the road from Wrexkam, in the county of Denbigh, io Barnhill, in the county of Chester.
Cap. 106. For repairing and widening the road from Tarporley, in the county palatine of Chester, to Aston Bridge, near Weverbam, in the same county.
Cap. 107: For enlarging the term and powers of so much of an act, made in the second year of the reign of his present Ma. jesty, intituled, An act for repairing and widening the high road leading from Ashborne, in the county of Derby, to the town of Leek, in the county of Stafford, and from Ryecroft Gate, upon u