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tatutes at large,

FROM THE

Twelfth Year of Queen Anne,

T O T H E

Fifth Year of King George I.

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THE

Statutes at 3Urge,

FROM THE

Twelfth Year of Queen Anne,

T O T HE

Fifth Year of King George I.

To which is prefixed,

A TABLE containing the TITLES of all the STATUTES
during that Period.

VOL. XIII.

ByDANBY PICKERING, of Gray's-Inn, Esq?
Reader of the Law Lecture to that Honourable Society.

CAMBRIDGE,
Printed by JOSEPH BENTHAM, Printer to the UNIVERSITY-
for CHARLES BATHURST, at the Cross-Keys, opposite St. Dunstan's
Church in Fleet-Street, London. 1764.

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TABLE os the STATUTES,

Containing the Titles of all such Acts as are extant in print, from the Twelfth Year of Queen Anne, to the Fifth Year of King George I.

12 Anna. Stat. i.

Cap. i. TT*OR granting an aid to 1? her Majesty, to be raised by a land tax in Great Britain, for the service of the year 1713.

Cap. 2. For granting to her Majesty, duties upon malt, mum, cyder and perry, for the service of the year 1713, and for making forth duplicates of lottery tickets lost, burnt or destroyed; and for enlarging the time for adjusting claims in se• veral lottery-acts; and to punish the counterfeiting or forging of lottery-orders; and for explaining a late act in relation to stamp-duties on customary estates, which pass by deed and copy.

Cap. 3. To revive and continue the act for taking, examining and stating the publick accounts of the kingdom ; and also to continue the act for appointing commissioners to take, examine and determine the debts due to the army, transportservice, and sick and wounded.

Cap. 4. For making inclosures of some part of the common-grounds, in the Weft-riding of the county of York, for the endowing poor vicarages, and chapelries, for the better support of their ministers.

Cap. 5. To explain a clause in an act of the last session of parliament, intituled, An act for the more effectual preventing fraudulent conveyances, in order to multiply votes for electing Anights of/hires to serve in parliament, as far as the fame relates to the asVol. XIII.

certaining the value of freeholds of 40 s. per annum.

Cap. 6. For the better regulating the elections of members to serve in parliament for that part of Great Britain called Scotland.

Cap. 7. For the more effectual preventing and punishing robberiesthat (hall be committed in houses.

Cap. 8. For raising the militia for the year 1713, although the month's pay formerly advanced be not repaid.

Cap. 9. For continuing an act made in the third and fourth years of the reign of her present Majesty, intituled, An act for encouraging the importation ofnavalstores from her Majesty's plantations in America; and for encouraging the importation of naval stores from that part of Great Britain called Scotland, to that part of Great Britain called England.

Cap. 10. For continuing the acts therein mentioned, for preventing theft and rapine upon the northern borders of England.

Cap. 11. To raise 1,200,000/.for publick uses, by circulating a further sum in Exchequer-bills; and for enabling her Majesty to raise 500, 000/. on the revenues appointed for the uses of her civil government, to be applied for or towards payment of such debts and arrears owing to her servants, tradesmen and others, as are therein mentioned.

Cap. 12. For the better regulating

the forces to be continued in her

a Majesty's

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