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ST A TU TE S
THE UNITED KINGDOM
GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND,
51 GEORGE III. 1811.
Printed by His Majesty's Statute and Law Printers ;
(Price 16 s in Boards.]
Containing the TITLES of all THE STATUTES, Palled in the FIFTH Sellion of the FOURTH Parliament
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland;
51 GEORGE III.
PUBLICK GENERAL ACTS. I. A N A&t to provide for the Administration of the Royal Au.
A thority, and for the Care of His Majesty's Royal' Person, during the Continuance of His Majesty's Illness; and for the Resumption of the Exercise of the Royal Authority by His Majesty.
Page 1 2. An A&t for continuing to His Majesty certain Duties on Malt,
Sugar, Tobacco and Snuff, in Great Britain ; and on Pensions, Offices and Personal Estates in England ; for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and eleven.
14 3. An A&t for raising the Sum of Ten millions five hundred thou.
sand Pounds, by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of Great Bri.
tain for the Year One thousand eight hundred and eleven. Ibid, 4. An Act for raising the Sum of One million five hundred thou,
sand Pounds, by Exchequer Bills, for the Service of Great Bri.
tein for the Year One thousand eight hundred and eleven. 15 5. An Act for raising the Sum of One Million, by Treasury Bills,
for the Service of Ireland for the Year One thousand eight hun. dred and eleven.
Ibid. 6. An Act for taking an Account of the population of Great Britain, and of the Increase or Diminution thereof.
' Ibid, 7. An Act to amend Two Acts of the Thirteenth and Thirty
second Years of His present Majesty, relating to the Wages of Persons employed in the Silk Manufacture.
26 8. An Act for punishing Mutiny and Desertion; and for the better Payment of the Army and their Quarters.
27 9. An A&t for the Regulation of His Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on Shore..
36 10. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March
One tl ousand eight hundred and thirty three, certain Acts of the - Parlian.ent of Ireland, so far as the same relate to the Improvement
of the City of Dublin, by making wide and convenient Pallages through the same.
· Page 38 II. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One
thousand eight hundred and thirty two, certain Acts of the Parliament of Ireland, so far as the same relate to the Duty on Coale imported into the Harbour of Dublin, and to the regulating the
Coal Trade thereof. 12. An Act to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March
One choufand eight hundred and twelve, an Act for regulating the
Drawbacks and Bounties on the Exportation of Sugar from : Ireload
41 23. An i et for further continuing, until the Twenty fifth Day of
March One thousand eight huidred and twelve, certain Bounties and Drawbacks on the Exportation of Sugar from Great Britain ; and fur fufpending the Countervailing Duties and Bounties on Sugar; when the Duties imposed by an Act of the Forty ninth Year of His present Majesty thall be suspended ; and for continu. ing so much of an Ad of the Twenty seventh Year of His pre. sent Majefy as allows a Bounty upon Double Refined Sugar exporied, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and thirteen, and so much of the fame Act as allows a Bounty on Raw Sugar, exported until the Twenty fifth Day of
March One thousand eight hundred and twelve. 14. An Act to continue leveral Laws relating to the granting a
Bounty upon certain Species of British and Irish Linens exported from Great Britain, and taking off the Duties on the Importation of Foreign Raw Linen Yarns made of Flax into Great Britain, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and twenty one; to the prohibiting the Exportation from and permitting the importation into Great Britain of Corn, and for allowing the Importation of other Articles of Provision with. out Payment of Duty during the Continuance of the War, and until Six Months after the Ratification of a Definitive Treaty of Peace; and to the permitting the Importation of Tobacco into Great Britain from any place whatever, until the Twenty fifth
Day of March One thousand eight hundred and twelve. 46 15. An A&t for enabling His Majesty to direct the Issue of Exche.
quer Bills to a limited Amount, for the Purpose and in Manner therein mentioned.
47 16. An Act for granting Annuities to discharge certain Exchequer
Bills. 17. An Ad to render valid certain Afts done for completing the Regular Militia, and to indemnify the Persons concerned therein.
.76 18. An Ad to indemnify such Persons in the United Kingdom as
have omitted to qualify themselves for Offices and Employments, and for extending the times limited for those Purposes respectively, until the Twenty fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and twelve ; and to permit such Persons in Great Britain as have omitted to make and file Affidavits of the Execution of Indentures of Clerks to Attornies and Solicitors, to make and file the same on or before the Firft Day of Hilary Term One thousand eight hundred and twelve.
Ibid. 19. An. Ad to continue, until the Twenty fifth Day of March
One thousand eight hundred and twelve, 'an Act of the Forty fifth Year of His prefent Majesty, for appointing Commiffioners to enquire into the Public Expenditure and the Conduct of the Public Bufonefs in the Military Departments therein mentioned, and lo extend the same to Public Works executed by the Office of Works and others.
. : Page 77 20. An Act to allow a certain Proportion of the Militia of Great
Britain to enlift annually into the Regular Forces, and to provide
for the gradual Reduction of the said Militia . . . 78 21. An Act to explain and amend an Act, passed in the Fiftieth
Year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled. An A to direät that Accounts of increafe and Dimivutiox of Public Salaries, Penfions and Allowances, jball be annually laid before Parliament ; and to regulate and coutrow the Granting and Pay of such Salaries, Pere fons and Allowances ; so far as respects the Grant of Pensions' or Allowances by His Majesty to Persons who previously to the palling of the said Act had ferved the Crowa ia Foreign Courts.
90 23. An Act for raising the Sam of Two Millions five hundred thou.'
fand Pounds, by way of Annuities and Treasury Bills, for the Ser. vice of Ireland.
· 91 23. An Act for rendering more effectual an Act made in the Forty
seventh Year of His Majesty's. Reign, intituled, Ax Aa for the Abolition of the Slave Trade
Ibid. 14. An Act to repeal fo much of an AA of the Nineteenth Year of
His present Majely, as prevents Matters of Ships removing their Vefsels ont of the Stream, except to the lawful Quays in the Port of London, before the Goods are discharged or their Vessels are cleared by the proper Officers in wards or outwards, so far as relates to any Ship or Vessel entered inwards or outwards from or
to any Port in Ireland. 25. An A& for further continuing, antil the Twenty fifth Day of
July One thousand eight hundred and thirteen, an Act made in the Thirty third Year of His present Majesty, for rendering the Payment of Creditors more cqual and expeditious in Scotland.
Ibid. 26. An AA for raifmg the Sum of Four millions nine hundred eighty.
one thousand three beundred Pounds by way of Annuities. 97 27. An Act to explain and amend Two Acts of the Fiftiech and
Fifty fa ft Years of His present Majesty, for continuing certain Duties on Malt, Sugar, Tabacco and Snuff, and other Purposes mentioned in the said Acts.
Ibid 28. An Act for increafing the Rates of Sublistence to be paid to
Innkeepers and others on quartering Soldiers. . '98 39. An Act for continuing, until the First Day of Auguft One
thoufand eight hundred and thirteen, Two Acts of the Forty · fifth and Fiftieth Years of His present Majesty, allowing the
bringing of Coals, Culm and Cinders to London and Weliminfler by Inland Navigation. '
. . . . - JOL 30. An Ad io amend the feveral Acts for enabling His Majesty
to accept the Services of Volunteers from the Militia of Ireland."
31. An' A&t to continue, during the present War and anail be Expiration of Six Calendar Months after the Ratification of a A 3