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Pr.5. L. 26 & 27. Leave out (“Stocks, Annuities") “ and that the Committee had gone through the Bill,

« L. 28. Leave out from “ Society ") to “ and directed him to report the same to the House, (“ together") in Line 30."

“ without any Amendment.” And the said Amendments, being read a Second Time,

The Lord Chancellor acquainted the House, “ That Minera En. were agreed to by the House.

" His Majesty, having been informed of the Contents of closure Bill,
“ the Bill, intituled, “ An Ad to repeal so much of an sent signified:

King's CosShip

Owners, The Lord Walsingham (according to Order) reported &c. Bill. the Amendments made by the Committee of the whole

“ Act passed in the Forty-eighth Year of His present House, to the Bill, intituled, An A&t for preventing

Majesty, for enclosing Wastes in the Township of “ Frauds and Depredations committed on Merchants,

Minera, in the County of Denbigh, as subjects the « Ship Owners, and Underwriters, by Boatmen and

“ Owners of certain Mines there to Damages for work“ others; and also for remedying certain Defects relative

“ ing the same, and as authorizes any Person to get

“ Stone from any Mines of Stone in the said Wastes,
" to the Adjustment of Salvage in England, under an
“ A& made in the Twelfth Year of Queen Anne.

was pleased to consent, (as far as His Majesty's Interest

“ is concerned), That their Lordships may proceed
The said Amendments were read by the Clerk, as “ therein as they shall think fit.”
follow ; (videlicet)

The Lord Walsingham reported from the Lords Com- Bill reported. « Pr. L.

3. 14 & 15. Leave out (“ such Articles ") “ and infert (“ Anchors or Cables")

mittees, to whoin the Bill, intituled, “ An Act to repeal « Pr. 16. L. 3. Leave out from (“ tried”) to (“And”)

so much of an Ad passed in the Forty-eighth Year of
6 in Press

“ His present Majesty, for enclosing Wastes in the
4.
“ Pr. 17. L. 17. After (“ fame”) insert (“ knowing

“ Township of Minera, in the County of Denbigh, as
“ the same to have been so found ")

subjects the Owners of certain Mines there to Damages • Pr. 18. L. 28. Leave out from (“of”) to (“fuch")

“ for working the same, and as authorizes Person

any

“ to get Stone from any Mines of Stone in the said “ Pr. 21. L. 13 & 14. Leave out (" or other Per

“ Waltes," was committed: “ That they had considered

“ the said Bill, and examined the Allegations thereof, “ L. 29. Leave out (" or Paper Stuff”).”

" which were found to be true; that the Parties con

“ cerned had given their Consents, to the Satisfaction And the said Amendments, being read a Second Time, “ of the Committee; and that the Committee had were agreed to by the House.

gone through the Bill, and directed him to report

“ the same to the House, without any Amendment.” Seamen's En · The Lord Walfingham (according to Order) reported couragement the Amendment made by the Committee of the whole The Lord Chancellor acquainted the House, “ That Strand Bridge Bill.

House, to the Bill, intituled, “ An Act to explain and “ His Majesty, having been informed of the Contents of Bill, King's “amend an Act made in the Forty-fifih Year of His " the Bill, intituled,

'« An Act for building a Bridge nified:

Consent sig. present Majesty, for the Encouragement of Seamen, over the River Thames, from the Precinct of the " and for the better and more effectually manning His Savoy, or near thereunto, in the County of Middlesex, “ Majesty's Navy during the present War; and for the to the opposite Shore; and for making convenient “ further Encouragement of Seamen, and for the better “ Roads and Avenues to communicate therewith, in the “ and more effectually providing for the Interest of the “ County of Surrey," was pleased to consent, (as far as

Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich, and the “ His Majesty's Interest is concerned), That their Lord

Royal Hospital for Soldiers at Chelsea ; and to extend “ Thips may proceed therein as they shall think fit.” “ the Provisions of the said Act to Cafes arising in con

fequence of Hostilities commenced since the passing of The Lord Walsingham reported from the Lords Com- Bill reported. < the said Act."

mittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act for The faid Amendment was read by the Clerk, as fol

building a Bridge over the River Thames, from the lows ; (videlicet)

“ Precinct of the Savoy, or near thereunto, in the County

of Middlesex, to the opposite Shore ; and for making “ Pr. 22. Line ult. Leave out (“ before") and in 66 convenient Roads and Avenues to communicate there“ sert (" after”)."

" with, in the County of Surrey," was committed : And the faid Amendment, being read a Second

" That they had considered the said Bill, and examined
Time, was agreed to by the House.

" the Allegations thereof, which were found to be true;
“ and that the Committee had gone through the Bill,

" and made several Amendments thereto."
Northumber The Lord Chancellor acquainted the House, “ That
land Justices “ His Majesty, having been informed of the Contents Which Amendments were read by the Clerk, as fol-
Bill, King's « of the Bill, intituled, “ 'An A& to enable His Ma- low; (videlicet)
Confent lig. “, jesty to grant the Moot Hall, Grand Jury Room, and
« certain Grounds and Buildings adjoining thereto, in

“ Pr. 75. L. 37. Leave out (“such") and insert

(“ the Castle Garth, within the Scite of the Old Castle of

“ Pr. 79. L. 37. After (“ Bridge”) insert (“ within Newcastle-upon-Tyne, to the Justices of the Peace for

" the Limits herein-before mentioned and specified ")
“ the County of Northumberland, for building Courts

“ Pr. 84. L. 38. After (“A&t”) insert Clause (“A")
" of Justice, and also a Gaol for the said County, and “ Clause (A.) “ Provided always, and be it further
“ for other Purposes therein mentioned, relating thereto," “ enacted, That nothing in this A&t contained shall

was pleased to consent, (as far as His Majesty's Interest " extend or be construed to extend to authorize or
" is concerned), That their Lordships may proceed therein

empower the said Company of Proprietors to take as they hall think fit.”

any Lands, Grounds, Houses, Tenements, or Pre

« mises for the Purposes of this Act, or to proceed with Bill reported.

The Lord Walsingham reported from the Lords “the Works herein authorized to be made, until a Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, “ An Act to 66 sufficient Number of Subscribers shall have been ob“ enable His Majesty to grant the Moot Hall, Grand “ tained, who will undertake to raise the Sum of Three “ Jury Room, and certain Grounds and Buildings ad. “ hundred thousand Pounds ; such Subscriptions to be

joining thereto, in the Castle Garth, within the Scite “ proved to the Satisfaction of His Majesty's Justices of of the Old Castle of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, to the Justices " the Peace, assembled at Quarter Sessions of the Peace “ of the Peace for the County of Northumberland, for “ for the Counties of Middlesex and Surrey, and to be • building Courts of Justice, and also a Gaol for the

subject to all the Provisoes and Enactments herein
“ said County, and for other Purposes therein men “ contained, in respect of any other such Sum or Sums
“ tioned, relating thereto," was committed : " That

“ of Money mentioned in this Act.'
" they had considered the faid Bill, and examined the “ Pr. 112. L. 3 & 4. Leave out (“ in the Liberty of
“ Allegations thereof, which were found to be true;

“ the Savoy”);

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ORDERED,

Bill re-com

ORDERED, That the faid Bill be re-committed to the liam Disney Esquire, discontinuing the Full Pay to mitted. same Committee, and that they do meet to consider the

“ Colonel De Charmilly." same To-morrow.

4. “ Copy of a Letter dated ist April 1803, from

“ the Right Honourable the Secretary at War, to Surrey Sewers

The Lord Rolle reported from the Lords Committees, William Disney Esquire, directing a Military Allowance
Bill.

to whom the Bill, intituled, “ An A& for making new “ of Two hundred Guineas per Annum, on account of
“ Sewers and Drains, and amending the present Sewers - the Reduction of his Corps, to Colonel De Charmilly.
" and Drains within certain Districts, under the Juris 5. “ Copy of a Letter dated 14th April 1803, from
“ diction of the Commissioners of Sewers, for the “ the Right Honourable the Secretary at War, to
“ Limits extending from East Moulsey in Surrey, to William Disney Esquire, directing the Military Allow-
Ravensborne in Kent, and for other Purposes relating “ ance of Two hundred Guineas per Annum to com-

to the Execution of the Commission of Sewers for “ mence from 25th December instead of 25th June
" the said Limits,” was committed : “ That they had “ 1802,” together with a Schedule thereof.
6 considered the said Bill, and examined the Allegations
thereof, which were found to be true ; and that the

Which Schedule, being read by the Clerk ;
“ Committee had gone through the Bill, and directed ORDERED, That the said Papers do lie on the
“ him to report the same to the House without any Table.
66 Amendment."

The Order of the Day being read for the Third Woollen Mao I Caffillis Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Archibald Reading of the Bill, intituled, " An A& to repeal fe- nufacture against Pa

Earl of Casillis, complaining of Five Interlocutors of « veral Acts respecting the Woollen Manufacture, and terson.

the Lord Ordinary in Scotland, of the 12th of November to amend other Acts relating to the said Manufacture;
1806, the 12th of November 1808, she ad of February, “ and for allowing Persons employed in any Branch
the 18th of May, and the 6th of June 1809; and also of “ of the Woollen Manufa@ure to set up Trade in any
Two Interlocutors of the Lords of Session there, of the « Place in Great Britain ;and for hearing Counsel
28th of February and the gth of June 1809; and against the same.
praying, “ That the same may be reversed, varied, or

Counsel were accordingly called in ; and Mr. Jackson
“ amended, or that the Appellant may have such
“ other Relief in the Premises, as to this House in their appearing as Counsel for the Petitioners against the

said Bill;
“ Lordships great Wisdom thall seem meet; and that
“ Doctor James Paterson, Physician in Ayr, may be

The Petition of the Clothworkers of Yorkshire, Lana
“ required to answer the said Appeal :"

cashire, Wilts, and Somerset, praying to be heard by

Counsel against the said Bill, was read:
It is Ordered, That the said Doctor James Paterson
may have a Copy of the said Appeal, and do put in his Then Mr. Jackson was heard for the Petitioners against
Answer thereunto, in Writing, on or before Tuesday the the said Bill.
11th Day of July next; and Service of this Order upon

The Counfel was directed to withdraw.
the said Respondent, or upon any of his known Counsel

Then the said Bill was read the Third Time.
or Agents in the Court of Session in Scotland, shall be
deemed good Service.

It was moved, “To leave out the last Clause of the

" said Bill;" Consolidated A Message was brought from the Houfe of Commons,

Which being objected to, Fund Bill. by Mr.Wharton and others :

The Question was put,

" Whether the said Clause
With a Bill, intituled, “ An A&t for granting to His 6 shall stand Part of the Bill?".
Majesty certain Sums of Money out of the Consoli-

It was resolved in the Affirmative.
“ dated Fund of Great Britain, and for applying certain

Then the Question was put, “ Whether this Bill “ Monies therein mentioned, for the Service of the

fhall pass ?"
" Year One thousand eight hundred and nine, and for

It was resolved in the Affirmative.
“ further appropriating the Supplies granted in this
“ Session of Parliament ;” to which they desire the Con.

A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by the Message to
currence of this House.
former Messengers :

H.C. that

the Lords The said Bill was read the First Time.

To acquaint them, That the Lords have agreed to the have agreed said Bill, without any

Amendment.
Parliament, A Message was brought from the House of Commons,
Independence by Mr. Curwen and others :

The Order of the Day being read, for the Third Sale of of of, Bill.

With a Bill, intituled, “ An A& for better securing Reading of the Bill, intituled, “ An A&t for the further fices, to pre-
" the Independence and Purity of Parliament, by pre « Prevention of the Sale and Brokerage of Offices :"
“ venting the procuring or obtaining of Seats in Parlia-

Moved, “ That the said Bill be now read the Third
“ ment by corrupt Practices;” to which they desire the

“ Time, with the Amendments :"
Concurrence of this House.

Which being objected to;
The said Bill was read the First Time.

After short Debate,
ORDERED, That the said Bill be printed.

The Question was put thereupon ?
Colonel de The Earl of Liverpool laid before the House, pursuant

It was resolved in the Affirmative.
Charmilly, to an Address to His Majesty of Thursday the First Day DISSENTIENT:
Papers re-

of this Instant June ; specting, de

« Because I cannot admit the Principle, in any Proteft livered. No. 1. .“ Date of Monsieur De Charmilly's Commission " Instance, of a Traffic in Offices.

" GROSYENOR."

Third Read “ as Colonel of a Regiment of Cavalry in the West

"

ing: Indies, 9th December 1794."

Then the said Bill was read the Third Time.
2. “ Copy of Letter dated 20th June 1796, from
“ the Right Honourable the Secretary at War, to Mel-

The Question was put,

“ Whether this Bill, with “ fieurs Lukin, Ainslie, and Fraser, directing them to

66 the Amendments, shall pass ?”

It was resolved in the Affirmative. pay, during the Remainder of the War, the Sum of

Eight hundred and twelve Pounds Thirteen Shillings " and One Penny Halfpenny for 365 Days, to Colonel

A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by the Message to

H. C. with De Charmilly, being equal to his Full Pay as Colonel former Messengers :

Amendments “ of a Regiment of Dragoons.

To return the faid Bill, and acquaint them, That the to it. 3. “ Copy of a Letter dated 19th July 1802, from Lords have agreed to the same, with some Amendments, " the Right Honourable the Secretary at War, to Wila to which their Lordships desire their Concurrence.

A Message

to it.

vent, Bill;

against the

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Ld. Thur. A Message was brought from the House of Commons, A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Craven's Bili. low's Etate by Sir Martin Browne Folkes and others :

by Sir James Graham and others : Bill.

To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Act to empower To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Act for vesting " the Trustees under the Will of the Right Honourable « certain detached Parts of the Estates devised or limited Edward late Lord Thurlow, to grant in Fee upon to ftriat Uses by the Will of the Right Honourable “ Fee Farm Rents, or for long Terms of Years, certain 6. William late Lord Craven, deceased, and situate in « Estates by the same Will devised in Trust for Sale; “ the County of Gloucester, in Trustees to be sold, and " and to pull down the Mansion House called Knight's “ for applying Part of the Monies arising from the Sale Hill, and to make Roads, and to enfranchise Copy " thereof in discharge of an Incumbrance subfisting “ holds, and for other Purposes ;” and to acquaint this thereon, and for laying out the Residue of such House, That they have agreed to the same, without " Monies in the Purchase of other Estates, to be settled any Amendment.

“ to the same Uses;” and to acquaint this House,

That they have agreed to the same, without any
Partridge's A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Amendment.
Bill.

by Mr. Robert Dundas and others :
To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Act for effecting

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Hodgkins'

Bill.
" the Sale of certain Estates devised by the Will of by Sir James Graham and others :
Henry Partridge Esquire, deceased ; and for laying To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Act for vesting

out the Money to arise by such Sales in the Purchase o certain Estates, late of Thomas Hodgkins Esquire,
" of other Estates; and for settling the same to the like “ lying in the respective Parishes of Walsall and Aldridge,
Ufes ;” and to acquaint this House, That they have “ in the County of Stafford, in Trustees in Trust to tell
agreed to the fame, without any Amendment.

" the same, and apply the Purchase Monies arising

" therefrom in paying off an Incumbrance upon such
Scots Judi. A Message was brought from the House of Commons, “ Estates and otherwise, under the Directions of the
eaturé Bill.
by Mr. Robert Dundas and others :

High Court of Chancery ;' and to acquaint this House,
To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Ad to give to the That they have agreed to the same, without any -

Amendment.
“ Persons named by His Majesty, pursuant to an Act,

passed in the last Session of Parliament, intituled, “ “ An Act concerning the Administration of Justice in

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Helperby

Enclosure "Scotland, and concerning Appeals to the House of by Sir James Graham and others :

Bill.
“Lords,” further Time for niaking their Report or To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Ad for enclosing
Reports ;” and to acquaint this House, That they “ Lands in the Township of Helperby, in the Parish of
have agreed to the same with One Amendment, to Brafferton, in the North Riding of the County of
which they desire their Lordships Concurrence.

York;” and to acquaint this House, That they have

agreed to their Lordships Amendments made thereto. E. Chichel A Message was brought from the House of Commons, ter's Eftate by Sir James Graham and others :

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Sharnbrook Bill.

Enclosure
To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Ac for uniting by Sir James Graham and others :

Bill.
" the Rectory and Parish Church of Stanmer, in the To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Act for enclosing
“ County of Sussex, with the adjoining Vicarage and “ Lands in the Parish of Sharnbrook, in the County of
“ Parish Church of Falmer; and also for exchanging the Bedford;and to acquaint this House, That they
“ Parsonage House and Glebe Land of Stanmer, and have agreed to their Lordships Amendments made
“ the carage House of Falmer, for a Piece of Land at thereto.
« Falmer, Part of the settled Eftates of the Right
66 Honourable Thomas Earl of Chichester, and for a new

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Wilshamp

Itead Enclo“ Parfonage House to be built thereon, at the Expence by Sir James Graham and others :

sure Bill. “ of the said Earl ;” and to acquaint this House, That To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Act for enclosing they have agreed to the same, without any Amend. “ Lands in the Parish of Wilpampstead, in the County ment.

of Bedford;" and to acquaint this House, That they

have agreed to their Lordships Amendments made Catholic A Message was brought from the House of Commons, thereto. Freeholds by Sir Henry Montgomery and others : (Ireland)

The House being informed, “ That Mr. Smith, from Richmond Bill. With a Bill, intituled, An A&t to quiet the Freehold “ the Commissioners of Richmond Bridge, attended ;

Bridge Aco 6 Titles and Possessions of Papists, or Persons professing

counts deli-
" the Popish or Roman Catholic Religion, in Ireland, He was called in, and delivered at the Bar, pursuant vered,
“ who have omitted to take and subscribe the Oath and to the Directions of an Act of Parliament,
" Declaration mentioned in an Ad, passed in the Thir “ Richmond Bridge Cash Account 1807."
“ teenth and Fourteenth Year of His Majesty's Reign,

And also,
“ intituled, “ An A& to enable His Majesty's Subjects, Richmond Bridge Cash Account 1808.”
“ of whatever Persuasion, to testify their Allegiance to
“ Him," and for other Purposes relating thereto;" to

And then he withdrew.
which they desire the Concurrence of this House.

And the Titles thereof, being read by the Clerk;
The said Bill was read the First Time.

Ordered, That the said Accounts do lie on the

Table. ORDERED, That the said Bill be printed. La. Le De. A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Confideration the Standing Orders relative to Canal Waterworks

The Order of the Day being read, for taking into Manchester spencer's by Sir James Graham and others :

Bills, in order to be considered whether they shall be
Estate Bill.

To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Act for vesting an dispensed with upon the Bill, intituled, “ An Act for
“ Estate in the County of Lincoln, devised by the Will more effectually supplying with Water the Inhabitants
“ of Francis Lord Le Despencer, in Trustees upon Trust o of the Towns of Manchester and Salford, and the
" to sell the same, and with the Money arising therefrom « Parish of Manchester, in the County Palatine of Lan.
to discharge the Incumbrances thereupon, and to lay « caster;" and for the Lords to be fummoned :
* out the Surplus in the Purchase of other Estates, to
“ be settled to the fame Uses;" and to acquaint this

It was moved, “ That the said Standing Orders be Standing
House, That they have agreed to the same, without

Orders rela. “ dispensed with upon the said Bill."

tive to Canal any Amendment.

Which being objected to,

Bills dir.

After pensed with

on it.

and 155

155. dila

After Debate;

tuled, “ An Ad to alter and amend the Laws relating

“ to Bankrupts."
The Question was put thereupon ?
It was resolved in the Affirmative.

After some Time, the House was resumed:
DISSENTIENT:

And the Lord Walsingham reported from the Com.
Proteft
“ ELDON, C.

mittee, “ That they had gone through the Bill, and thereupon: 66 GROSVENOR.

" made feveral Amendments thereto, which he was " OXFORD

“ ready to report, when the House will please to receive
66 AYLESFORD.

66 the fame."
« WILTON.
« 1. SARUM.

The House (according to Order) proceeded to take Standing 66 REDESDALE.

into Confideration the Standing Orders, Nos. 26. and Orders 26, " HAREWOOD. 155. respecting Bills not being read cr proceeded in

pensed with 6 WALSINGHAM. Twice the same Day.

on it. 6 ELLENBOROUGH.

And Confideration being had thereof accordingly ;
ORDERED, That the said Standing Orders be dispensed with on the last-mentioned Bill.

ORDERED, That the said Standing Orders be dispensed
with upon the said Bill.

ORDERED, That the Report of the Amendments
Then it was moved, “ That the said Bill be now read

made by the Committee of the whole House to the said
" the Third Time."

Bill, be now received,
Which being objected to ;

The Lord Walfingham accordingly reported the faid

Amendments.
The Question was put thereupon ?
It was resolved in the Affirmative.

The faid Amendments were read by the Clerk, as

follow; (videlicet) Then the said Bill was read the Third Time.

“ Pr. 1. L. 8. Leave out from (" the ") to (“ strike The Question was put, “ Whether this Bill, with

“ ing ") in Line 12. “ the Amendments, shall pass ?”

“ L. 22. Leave out from (“of”) to (“ strikIt was resolved in the Affirmative."

“ ing ") in Line 24.

“ Pr. 3. L. 8. After (“ Executions ") insert (“ and
Messages to A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by “ Attachments")
H.C. with the former Messengers :
Amendments

“ L. 23. After (“ Execution ") insert (" or

66 Attachmen: ") to it.

To return the said Bill, and acquaint them, That the
Lords have agreed to the fame, with some Amendments,

“L. 29 & 30. After(" Payment") infert (“Pro-
to which their Lordships defire their Concurrence. “ vided always, that the issuing of a Commission of

“ Bankrupt, although fuch Commission shall afterwards West India A Message was brought from the House of Commons, “ be fuperfeded, shall be deemed fuch Notice, if it should Docks, &c. by Mr. Melliso and others :

appcar that an Act of Bankrupicy had been actually Roads Bill.

«« committed at the Time of issuing such Commission ") To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Ad for altering

“ Pr. 4. L. 1. Leave out (“ from before ") to “ (Af" and enlarging the Term and Powers of Three Acts,

signees ") in Line 3. and infert (“they shall proceed " made in the Forty-second, Forty-fourth, and Forty

to the Choice of”) “ fixth Years of the Reign of His present Majesty, for

“ L. 14. After (“ required") insert (“immedi.
• making, maintaining, watching, lighting, and watering

ately after the Commislioners shall have proceeded to
a several Roads to communicate with the West India “ the Choice of Assignees, and at the same Meeting”)
Docks in the Isle of Dogs, and the East India Docks

“ L. 34. After(" aforesaid”) insert (“Provided
“ at Blackwall, both in the County of Middlesex; and

that it shall not be lawful for the Commissioners to « also of several Acts for repairing the Cannon Street

“ direct such Monies to be paid into the Hands of the Road, in the said County; and also for making, main

" said Commissioners, or any of them, or of the Soli“ taining, watching, lighting, and watering a new Road

“ citor to the Commission, or into any Banking House, “ from the said Road, communicating with the East “ or other House of Trade or Business, in which the India Docks, to Barking, in the County of Essex ;

“ Commissioners, or any of them, or the Solicitor to the " and for enlarging the Powers of an Act passed in the

6Commission, are or is interested or concerned as a “ Forty-eighth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty,

" Partner or Partners, or otherwise”) “ for making and maintaining a Road from the Romford

“Pr. 5. L. 31. After (“ accordingly") insert (“and for " and Whitechapel Road to or near to Tilbury Fort, in

" the Purpose of ascertaining in what Manner the Money, “ the County of Efex ;” and to acquaint this House, 66 which thall from Time to Time come to the Hands of That they have agreed to their Lordships Amendments

“ such Assignee or Assignees has been employed, the made thereto.

" Commissioners shall in no Case declare a Divi.

“ dend upon Admission only of a certain Sum in the Scots Judi. ORDERED, That the Amendment made by the Com

“ Hands of the Assignees, but shall require such Alcature Bill. mons to the Bill, intituled, “ An Act to give to the

fignee or Aslignees to deliver upon Oatha true State“ Persons named by His Majesty, pursuant to an Act

“ ment in Writing of all the Sums of Money received by passed in the last Session of Parliament, intituled, “ An

“ such Assignee or Allignees, and when received by him
“ Act concerning the Administration of Justice in Scot-

or them respectively, and on what Accounts, and how
land, and concerning Appeals to the House of Lords,
« further Time for making their Report or Reports,” « compare the Receipts with the Payments, and ascer-

“ employed, and shall exainine such Statement, and
be taken into Consideration To-morrow.

“ tain what Balances have been from Time to Time in the

“ Hands of such Allignee or Affignees respectively; and Milizia Laws The Order of the Day being read for the House

“ shall enquire for what Reason any Sum appearing to (Ireland) to be put into a Committee, upon the Bill, intituled,

u be in the Hands of such Assignee or Assignees ought to Bills.

16 An Ad for amending and reducing into One Act of
“ Parliament the several Laws for raising and training

“ be retained, and thereupon thall declare a Dividend
" the Militia of Ireland"

on the remaining Sum, ípecifying in their Order the

“ Sum fo allowed to be retained, and the Grounds on ORDERED, That the said Order be discharged.

“ which they may conceive ic proper that the same should ORDERED, That the House be put into a Committee “ be retained, and not divided ainongst the Crediupon the said Bill To-morrow.

tors '')

“ Pr. 6. L. 20 & 21. Leave out (“to his Creditors ")
Bankrupt The House (according to Order) was adjourned during “ and insert (“ for so much of his Debt to the Estate of
Laws
Amendment

Pleasure, and put into a Committee upon the Bill, inti “ the Bankrupt, of whose Estate and Effects he was an
Bill :
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“ Assignee, as shall not be paid by Dividends under the

“ L. 29. Leave out(" is "') and insert (“ shall “ said Commission, together with lawful Interest, for the or whole Debt ”)

“ L. 31. Leave out (to the Plaintiff”) “ Pr. 7. L. 5. After (“ Creditors ”') insert (“ or any

“ L. 32. After (“ Proof") insert (" or Ad. “ Money retained to answer any Claim which may have

« mission”) “ been duly entered upon the Proceedings under the said

“ L. 33. Leave out (“the Plaintiff”) and in“ Bankruptcy, or any Dividends ordered to be retained

6 sert (“ such Assignee”) by the Asignees ")

L. 37. After (“shall") infert (" in case “ L. 11. After (“ Creditors ”) insert (" and “ the Assignee ihall obtain a Verdict be added to his « Claimants")

Costs, and if the other Party shall obtain a Verdict “ L. 22. Leave out (“ from Creditors ") to (“ as ”) in Line 23, and insert (" and Claimants, ac

“ L. 38. Leave out from (“ Costs”) to cording to their several Interests”).

“ (" which ”) in Line 39, “ L. 33. After (“made") insert (“ or under

“ L. 39 & 40. Leave out (“s the Defendant “ which the Creditors who have not proved can receive “ will ") and insert (“ such other Party would other

a Dividend equally in proportion to their respective “Debts, without disturbing any Dividend already

“ L. 40 & 41. Leave out (“the Plaintiff”) 66 made ”)

- and insert (“ such Assignee”) “ Pr. 8. L. Ž. After '(" thereof'') insert ("s in Dir. “ Pr. 11. L. 5. After “ by”) insert (“ or against ”) “ charge of the whole Debt ")

" and in the same Line, leave out from (“any”) to L. 5. After (“ issued”) insert (" and the (“ Allignee ") in Line 6. “ Creditors (hall have proved his Debt under the Com

“ L. 6. Leave out (" or Assignees ") (6 mission to stand in the Place of the Creditor as to the

“ L.11. Leave out (“ sufficient”) and in the “ Dividends, upon such Proof, and when the Creditors “ fame Line, after (“ Evidence”) insert (" to be re“ shall not have proved under the Commission, it shall

o ceived ”). “ be lawful for such Surety or Person liable ")

" L. 15. Leave out (“ Defendants”) and in“ L. 8. After (“ Commission”) insert (“ not “ sert (“ other Parties ”) “ disturbing the former Dividends”)

“ L. 16. Leave out from (“ such”) to “ L. 17. Leave out from (“ Bankrupt ”') to (“s shall ”) in Line 17. and insert (“ Parties fome or " (" provided ”) in Line 21.

or one of them ”') “ L. 28. After (“ (Insolvent ") insert (“ or had

“ L. 17. Leave out (“ Fourteen ") and insert “ stopped Payment: Provided always, that the issu (“ Ten”) “ ing a Commission of Bankrupt, although such Commis

“'L. 18. Leave out from “ after”) to (“in”)
“ fion shall afterwards be superseded, shall be deemed « in Line 21. and insert (" Rejoinder ")
66 such Notice”)

“ L. 23. Leave out (“ Plaintiff') and insert
L. 29. After (“ any”) insert (“ such ”) (“ Assignee")
L. 30. After (“ Bankrupt ") insert (" has

“ L. 26. After (“ Bankruptcy”) insert (“ “ been or”)

" some or one of such Matters ”') “ L. 31. After (“ who ") insert (“ has ob

“ L. 28. Leave ouc (“ Plaintiff”) and insert “ tained or.”)

(Assignee ") “L. 35. Leave out (“and proved the ") and

“ L. 29. Leave out from (“the”)to (" to ") “ insert (or being hereby enabled to prove as aforesaid, “ in Line 31. and insert (“ Matter lo disputed ") “ or to land in the Place of such creditor as aforesaid,

“ L. 35. Leave out from (“ the ") to (“ give “ with regard to his”)

'ing”) in Line 36. and insert (“ Party or Parties") “ L. 36. Leave out (“his ”)

L. 37. Leave out (“ Plaintiff ”) and insert “ L. 38 & 39. Leave out (“ the same ”) and (“ Aflignee") insert (“ such Person") and in Line 39, leave out from

“ L. 40. Leave out from (“ Cause ") to (“ had ") to (" And ”) in Press. 9. Line 1. and in " (" And ”) in Press 12. Line 31. “ lert (“ been a Creditor before the Bankruptcy of the « Pr. 14. L. 16. Leave out (“and”) and insert “ Bankrupt for the Whole of the Debt, in respect of (“ or”) “ which he was Surety, or was so liable as aforesaid ") “ Pr. 15. L. 11. Leave out from “ Persons") to .

“ Pr. 10. L. 3. Leave out (“all Actions ") and in, (“ Provided”) in Press 18. Lines 19 and 20. “ (“ sert any Action")

“ Pr. 19, L. 7. After (“ in ") insert (“that Part of”) “ L. 4. After (“s by ") insert (“or against ”) “ and in the fame Line after (“the”

) insert « and in the same Line, leave out from (“ any”) to (“ United ") “ (“ Asignee”) in Line 5.

“ L. 8. After (“ Kingdom ") insert (“ in « L. 6. Leave out (" or Allignees ") “ which the Commission of Bankrupt shall have

“ L. 10. Leave out (“ sufficient ”) and in the “ issued in the Proceedings under which such Loss is to 66 fame Line after (“ Evidence ") insert (" to be re “ be proved”); and also infert Clauses (“ A. B. and 66 ceived”)

« L. 13. Leave out from (“the”) to (“in”) “ Clause (A.) And be it further enacted by the « in Line 14, and insert (“s other Party ")

Authority aforesaid, That it shall be competent to any “ L. 14. Leave out (" Actions ") and insert “ Annuity Creditor of any Perfon against whom a Com“ (“ Action”)

“ mission of Bankrupt shall issue, after the passing of L. 15. After (“ shall ”) insert (“ if Defend “ this Act, whether the same shall be secured by Bond " ant")

or Covenant, or Bond and Covenant, or by whatever « L. 16. Leave out (" or their”)

" Assurance or Assurance the same shall be secured, “ L. 17. After (“ Action”) insert (" and if " and whether there shall or shall not be any Arrears of “ Plaintiff before Issue joined in such Action”) “ such Annuity at the Time of the Bankruptcy to prove

“ L. 18. Leave out (" the Plaintiff ") and in " under fuch Commission as a Creditor for the value of “ sert (“fuch Assignee”)

“ such Annuity, which Value the Commissioners shall “ L. 19. Leave out ( the same ") and insert " have Power and are hereby required to ascertain ; and • (“ such Matters or any of them ”)

“ the Certificate of every Bankrupt, under whose Com“ L. 21. Leave out (“ the Plaintiff”) and in-. “ mission such Proof shall be or inight have been made, - sert (“ such Aflignee”)

“ Thall be a Discharge of such Bankrupt against all De“ L.22. Leave out from (“the”) to (“shall”) “ mands whatever in respect of such Annuity, and the “ in Line 25, and insert (“ Matter so disputed, or the “ Arrears and future Payments thereof, in the fame $6 other Party")

“ Manner as such Certificate would discharge the Bank. “ L. 26. Leave out from (“fame”) to ("the ") “ rupt with respect to any other Debt proved, or which *s in Line 28.

“ might have been proved under the Commision.”

6. Clause

66 C.")

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