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tatutes at Harge,

FROM

M A G N A C H A R T A

To. the END of the

Eleventh Parliament of Great Britain,

A?mo 176 s.

CONTINUED.

By DANEY PICKERING, of Grays-Inn, Esq.
Reader of the Law Lecture to that Honourable Society.

VOL. XXXIX.

CAMBRIDGE,

Printed by J. Archdeacon & J. Burges, Printers to the UNIVERSITY;

(By Assignment from the Executor of Mr, Charles Bathurft,)

For J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Church-yard, G.G. J.Robinson, in Pater-
noster Row, and D.ogilv Y & Co. in Middle Row, Holborn, London. 1794..

CUM PRIFILEGIO.

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Anno trices mo terito Georgii III. Regis:

Being the THIRD Session of the Seventeenth Parliament of Great Britain.

Vol. XXXIX. Part I,

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MAGNA CHARTA

TO THE

Thirty-second Year of the Reign of King GEORGE IIL

INCLUSIVE.

By DAN BY PICKERING, of Gray's-Inn, Esq. Law Reader to that Honourable Society,

Vol. Xxxviii.

Being an INDEX to the said STATUTES, from the Second to the Thirty-second Year of the Reign of King GEORGE lih both inclusive.

L O N D O N,

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T A B L E

O F T H E

STATUTES

PUBLICK and PRIVATE*

Passed Anno tricejimo tertfo

GEORGII IIL Regis:

Being the Third Session of the Seventeenth Parliament oi Great Britain.

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PUBLICK ACTS.

Cap. i. 'T^O prohibit the circulation of promislbry or other X notes, orders, undertakings^ or obligations, fof the payment of any sum or sums of money, or for any other consideration, created and issued under or in the name of any publick authority in frame.

Cap. 2. To enable his Majesty to restrain the exportation of naval stores; and more effectually to prevent the exportation of salt petre, arms, and ammunition, when prohibited by proclamation or order in council.

Cap. 3. For indemnifying all persons who have been concerned in advising or carrying into execution an order of council respecting the exportation of wheat and wheat flour, for preventing suits in consequence of the samev and for making further provisions relative thereto; and also for authorising his Majesty to prohibit the exportation of corn, meal, flour, bread* biscuit, and potatoes; and to permit the importation of corn, meal, ot flour, on the low duties.

Cap. 4. For establishing regulations respecting aliens arriving in this kingdom, or resident therein, in certain cafes.

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