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also for making further regulations with respect to attornies and solicitors; and for further preventing the spreading of the distemper amongst the horned cattle; and for the more frequent return of writs in the counties palatine of Chester and Lancaster; and for ascertaining the me
\ thod of levying writs of execution against the inhabitantsof hundreds; and for allowing Quakers to make affirmation in cafes where an oath is or (hall be required.
Cap. '7. For the more easy and speedy recovery of small debts, within the town and borough of Southwark, and the several parishes of of Saint Saviour, Saint Mary uNeVJington, Saint Mary Magdalen Bermondfey, Christ Church, Saint Mary Lambeth, and Saint Mary at Rotherhithe, in the county of Surry, and the several precincts and liberties of the fame.
Cap. 48. Toascertain and establish the method of proceeding to and upon outlawries for high treason, and misprision of high treason, in Scotland.
Cap. 49. For making a free market for the sale of fish in the city of Westminster; and for preventing the forestalling and monopolizing of fish; and for allowing the sale of fish, under the dimensions mentioned in a clause contained in an act of the first year of his late Majesty's reign, in cafe the fame are taken with a hook.
Cap. 50. For the better repairing the highways, and cleansing the streets, within the parish of Saint Leonard Shoredith, in the county of Middlesex; and for better enlightening the open places, streets, lanes, passages, and courts there; and regulating the nightly watch, and bedels, within the said parish.
Cap. 51. For enlarging the terms and powers granted by an act passed in the twentieth year of the reign of his present Majesty, for repairing Vol. XIX.
the high road leading from the town of Stockton upon Tees to Darlington, and from thence through JVwston to Bernard Castle in the same county, and for the effectual amending of the same. Cap. 52. For .vesting the several estates of James late earl of Dcrwentwater and Charles Radcliffe deceased, comprized in several settlements therein mentioned, in trustees, for an absolute estate of inheritance, for the benefit of the royal hospital at Gr-ecnwich, and for raising certain sums of money out of part of the said estates, for the relief of the children of the said Charles Radcliffe.
Anno 22 Georgii II.
1. An act for enclosing and dividing East IVoodhey Down, and the open and common fields of East IVoodhey and Hollington in the county of Southampton, pursuant to an agreement entered into for that purpose.
2. An act for enabling John Griffin Whitwcll esquire, and his issue, to take and use the surname and arms of Griffin.
3. An act to enable Samuel Grundy (now called Samuel Sivinfen) and the heirs male of his body, to take and use the surname and arms of S'winsen.
4. An act for naturalizing Martin Klencke, John James Grand, and Anthony Columbies.
5. And act for naturalizing Gabriel Guilhn.
6. An act for confirming an order and rule of the court of Common Pleas, for assessing certain lands and tenements in the manor of Bellow, to the parochial rates and levies of and in the paristi of Tring, in the county of Hertford.
7. An act for confirming and establishing an agreement for dividing and inclosing certain open ndd>
b and and lands in the manors oiTVakerley and Wittering, in the county of Northampton.
8. An act for confirming articles of agreement and award for incloling and dividing the heaths, wastes, fields, and common grounds in the township of Norton juxta Twicross, in the county of Leicejhr.
9. An act for fettling a certain yearly payment to the rector of Broughton in the county of Bucks, for the time being, in lieu of tythes, and for other purposes therein mentioned.
10. An act for explaining and amending a power given by the marriage settlement of Rickard Luther esquire, and Charlotte his wife, and for making the fame more effectual for the benefit of the children of that marriage.
11. An act for Empowering the committee of the estate of John Rogers esquire, a lunatick, to make surrenders and leases of the freehold and leasehold estates of the said lunatick, during his lunacy.
12. An act to enable and oblige Charles Fi/z Roy esquire, and Frances his wife, and the issue of her body, to take and use the additional surname, and beur the arms of Scudaviore.
13. An act for authorizing and impowering Thomas Harrison to take and use the surname of Kimpson, in performance of a condition contained in the will of Thomas Kimpson clerk, deceased.
14. An act to enable Joseph Fojlcr Barham esquire, and his issue, to take and use the surname of Barham, pursuant to the will of Henry Barham esquire deceased.
35. An act to dissolve the marriage of Samuel Rash gentleman, with Dorothy Fuller, his now wife, and to enable him to marry again, and for other purposes therein mentioned.
16. An act for naturalizing George William Rentier, and Frederick Christopher Pritzler.
17. An act for naturalizing Magdalen Ædworth.
18. An act for naturalizing Charles Louis Courant.
19. An act for divesting the crown of the reversion in fee simple of and in the manors of Spalding and Holbech, and of several lands, tenements, and hereditaments to the fame belonging, in the county of Lincoln, and of and in a piece or parcel of ground in the parish of Saint Martin in the Fields, in the county of Middlesex, and the buildings thereon, expectant on certain estates tail, and for vesting the fame in certain other persons therein named, to the intent the fame may be barred by proper methods in law, for the purpose therein mentioned.
20. An act to enable Charles earl of Peterborow, or the other heirs of entail, to fell lands in the counties of Kincarden and Aberdeen, for payment of debts charged thereupon, and other purposes therein mentioned.
21. An act to enable the bishop of London, or his successors, to demise or sell the capital messuageor mansion house called London House, for the benefit of the bishoprick of London.
22. An act for applying part of the personal estate of Gilbert late lord bilhop of Salisbury, for the purchasing of lands or rents in perpetuity in Scotland, to be settled to several charitable uses and purposes in his will mentioned.
23. An act for confirming and establishing an agreement between Henry lord Tcynham and Sir Francis Curson baronet, for a partition of the estate of "John Pozvell esquire, deceased, and for rendering the said agreement more effectual for the
purposes thereby intended, and for other purposes therein mentioned.
1\. An act for raising money upon the settled estate of William lord viscount Fane, for the payment of his debts.
25. An act for sale of the inheritance of part of the settled estate of Char Us lord viscount Fane, in the county of Devon, and in the county of Limerick, in the kingdom of Ireland, for discharging debts and incumbrances; and also for settling another estate in the county of Berks, in lieu thereof; and for securing a rent charge to Mary viscountess Fane, as a compensation for her estate for life, in the premisses in the county of Devon.
26- An act to enable the making of leases and setts of mines of the estates of Sir Richard Vyvyan baronet, an infant, in the counties of Cornwall and Devon, during his minority.
27- An act for selling the manors, advowson, rectory, woods, lands, and hereditaments, devised by the will of Sir John Williams knight, deceased, for the purposes therein mentioned; and for laying out the money arising by such sale in the purchase of other lands and hereditaments, to be settled in lieu thereof.
28. An act for discharping the estate of William Levinz esquire, in Bilby, Ranby, and Stirrop, in the county of Nottingham, from a yearly pay-' ment of thirty pounds given by Sir Crefwell Levinz knight, for charitable uses, and for charging the fame on his estate at Grove in the fame county.
29. An act for vesting the undivided fifth part of divers lands and hereditaments in the county of Suffex, the estate of Ebenezer Marlow, and William Marlow his son, an infant, in trustees, in trust, to fell the fame for the purposes therein mentioned.
30. An act for vesting part of the setled estate of Nathaniel Cotton doctor in physick, lying in the county of Hertford, in trustees, in trust, to fell the fame, and to lay out die money arising by such sale in the purchase of another estate to be settled to the uses of his marriage settlement.
31. An act for vesting the inheritance of the real estate late of John Lockwood gentleman, deceased, in trustees, for the payment of the incumbrances charged aponthe some, by virtue of and under his will.
32. An act for sale of part of the settled estate of Nicholas Glynn esquire, deceased, for discharging incumbrances, and for other purposes therein mentioned.
33. An act for vesting the settled estate of Walter Hawk/worth esquire, in the county of York, in him and his heirs, and for settling the manor of Hawk/worth in the same county, in lieu thereof, to the like uses.
34. An act for disposing of part of the real estate of William Robin/on Lytton esquire, deceased, directed by his will to be sold for raising portions for his daughters, in order to discharge incumbrances affecting the fame, and for other purposes therein mentioned.
35. An act for sale of part of the estate of Francis Gwyn esquire, in the county of Devon, for raising money to discharge his sisters portions, and other incumbrances affecting the fame, and for other purposes therein mentioned.
36. An act for sale of a messuage, and certain freehold and copyhold lands and hereditaments in Twickenham in the county of Middlesex, the estate of Mary Middleton widow, and others, and for vesting the money arising thereby, in trustees, for the fame uses to which the said estate now stands settled.
37. An act for inclosing and dividing certain commons and wastes, within the manor and parish of Wellington in the county of Norfolk.
38. An act to enable Robert Lynch esquire, to assume and take upon him the name of Blojse.
39. An act for naturalizing Frederick Christopher Kempe.
40. An act for naturalizing Peter Auriol.
41. An act for sale of several estates in the counties of Mayo and Rostommon, in the kingdom of Ireland* belonging to Henry late lord viscount Dillon, for payment of debts, and other purposes therein mentioned.
42. An act for selling the settled estate of Catherine, commonly called lady Lymington, for discharging several debts and incumbrances, and for other purposes therein mentioned.
43. An act for sale of part of the settled estate of John Raymond, a bankrupt, and for applying part of the money arising by such sale as part of the said bankrupt's estate, liable to distribution amongst his credi
tors, and for laying out the residue in the purchase of another estate, to be settled as therein is mentioned.
44. An act for sale of divers lands and tenements in Twickenham, in the county of Middlesex, devised by the will of Paul Mansfield deceased, pursuant to an agreement for that purpose, and for the benefit of his grand children.
45. An act for confirming and estabJishing certain articles of agreement for inclosing and dividing the common fields and common grounds in the tything of Broad Blunsdon in the county of Wilts, and making Ihe fame more effectual for the purposes therein mentioned.
46. An act for annexing the rectory of Glaston in the county of Rutland, to the office of master or keeper of the house or college of Saint Peter in the university of Cambridge.
47. An act for authorizing and impowering Thomas Brereton esquire, and his heirs, to take and use the surname of Salusbury.
48. An act for naturalizing Emanucl Bowler.
The End of the TABLE.
STATUTES at Large, &c.
Anno vicesimo GEORGII II. Regis.
A T the parliament begun and holden at WestYjl minster, the first day of December, Anno Dom. 1741, in the fifteenth year of the reign of our sovereign Lord George the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &cc. And from thence continued by several prorogations to the eighteenth day of November, 1746, being the sixth sejjion of this pre^ sent parliament.
An a£l for the further continuing an act made in the last session of parliament, intituled, An act to impower bis Majesty to secure and detain such persons as his Majesty shall suspect are conspiring against his person and government. EX P.
WHEREAS a ivicked and unnatural rebellion being begun in that part os this kingdom called Scotland, by divers of his Majesty's subjects, encouraged by his enemies abroad, in order to set a popish pretender upon the throne, to the utter destruction os the protestant religion, and the laws and liberties of this free constitution, an aft pasted in the lost session of parliament, intituled, An act to im- ijGeo.i.c.i; power his Majesty to secure and detain such persons as his Majesty shall suspect are conspiring against his person and government; and the said ail is thereby declared to continue until the nineteenth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty fix: and whereas one other act passed in the same fes-, jGeo.*.c.i7; son of parliament, intituled, An act for continuing an act of this present session of parliament, intituled, An act to impower his Majesty to secure and detain such persons as his Majesty /hall suspect are conspiring against his person and government; whereby it was enacted, That the said fir (I mentioned act, ■ and all and every the clauses, provisoes, powers, ana authorities therein contained, should continue and remain in full force and vigour, from and after the said nineteenth day of April, for and until the twentieth day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty six, and Vol. XIX. B no