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ment and Relief of Friendly Societies.”

G E OR G E R. “ GeoRGE the Third, by the Grace of God, of the

“ United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King,

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ament assembled, Greeting: Whereas, We have seen and perfectly understood divers and sundry Aéts agreed and accorded on by you Our loving Subjećts, the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and the Commons, in this Our present Parliament assembled, and endorsed by you, as hath been accustomed, the Titles and Names ..which A&ts hereafter do particularly ensue; (that is to say) An Aćt for granting to His Majesty certain Sums of Money out of the Consolidated Fund of Great Britain, and for applying certain Monies therein mentioned for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hun. dred and nine, and for further appropriating the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.” “An Aćt for further augmenting the Salaries of certain of the Judges of the Courts in Westminster Hall, and of the Chief and Second Justice of Chester, and Justices of the Great Sessions in JPales.” “An Aćt for the further Prevention of the Sale and Brokerage of Offices.” “An A&t to explain and amend an A&t made in the Forty-fifth Year of His present Majesty, for the Encouragement of Seamen, and for the better and more effectually manning His Majesty's Navy during the present War, and for the further Encouragement of Seamen, and for the better and more effectually providing for the Interest of the Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich, and the Royal Hospital for Soldiers at Chelsea; and to extend the Provisions of the said A&t to Cases arising in consequence of Hostilities commenced since the passing of the said A&.” “An Aćt for preventing Frauds and Depredations committed on Merchants, Ship Owners, and Underwriters, by Boatmen and others; and also for remedying certain Defečts relative to the Adjustment of Salvage in England, under an Aćt made in the Twelfth Year of Queen Anne.” “An Act to alter and amend the Laws relating to Bankrupts.”

* An Aćt for altering, amending and explaining certain

Aćts relative to the Removal of the Poor, and for making Regulations in certain Cases touching the

* Examination of Paupers as to their Settlement, and for extending to all Parishes certain Rules and Orders

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the better Relief and Employment of the Poor.” An Aćt to amend an Aćt made in the Thirtythird Year of His present Majesty, for the Encourage“ An A&t for more effectually supplying with Water the Inhabitants of the Towns of Manchefter and Salford, in the Parish of Manchesler, in the County Palatine of Lancasier.” “An Act for supplying with Water the Inhabitants of Deptford, Greenwich, and several other Parishes and Places in the Counties of Kent and Surrey.” “An Aćt for the better Government of the Watermen working on the Passage between Gosport, Portsmouth, and Portsea, and other Places within Portsmouth Harbour, and to and from Spithead, Saint Helens, and other Parts within the Isle of Wight, in the County of Southampton, and to and from certain Places in the said Island, and for regulating the Fares of such Watermen.” “An Aćt for building a Bridge over the River Thames, from the Precinót of the Savoy, or near thereunto, in the County of Middlesex, to the opposite Shore, and for making convenient Roads and Avenues to communicate therewith, in the

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County of Surrey.” “An Aćt for making and “ maintaining a Road leading from Barmouth, in the “ County of Merioneth, to Traethmawr, in the County of “ Caernarvon, and for building a Bridge at Traethbach,

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“Year of His present Majesty, intituled, “An A&t for “ the better Relief and Employment of the Poor.” 8. “An Aćt to amend an Aćt made in the Thirty“ third Year of His present Majesty for the Encourage. “ment and Relief of Friendly Societies.” 9. “An Aćt for more effectually supplying with “Water the Inhabitants of the Towns of Manchesler “ and Salford, in the Parish of Manchesler, in the County “Palatine of Lancaster.” - - 19. “An Act for supplying with Water the Inha“bitants of Deptford, Greenwich, and several other Pa“rishes and Places in the Counties of Kent and Surrey.” 11. “An Act for the better Government of the “Watermen working on the Passage between Gosport, “Portsmouth, and Portsea, and other Places within “Portsmouth Harbour, and to and from Spithead, Saint Helens, and other Parts, within the Isle of IWight, in “ the County of Southampton, and to and from certain “Places in the said Island; and for regulating the Fares “ of such Watermen.” - - - 12. “An Aët for building a Bridge over the River “Thames, from the Precinét of the Savoy, or near “ thereunto, in the County of Middlesex, to the oppo“fite Shore; and for making convenient Roads and “Avenues to communicate therewith, in the County “ of Surrey.” 13. “An Act for making and maintaining a Road, “ leading from Barmouth, in the County of Merioneth, “ to Traethmawr, in the County of Caernarvon; and “for building a Bridge at Traethbach, in the said “County of Merioneth.”

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The House proceeded to take into further Confideration, the Cause wherein John Bellenden Ker Esquire, and others, are Appellants, and Sir james Norcliffe Innes Baronet, and James Horne, are Respondents; and also the Cause, wherein John Bellenden Ker Esquire and others are Appellants, and Brigadier General Walter Ker and Richard Hotchkis are Respondents, which were fully heard on the zoth of May 1808; and also the Cause, wherein Walter Ker and Richard Hotchkis are Appellants, and Sir James Norcliffe Innes Baronet and others, are Respondents; also the Cross Cause, wherein Sir James Norcliffe Innes Ker Baronet, and James Horne are Appellants, and Brigadier General Walter Ker and others, are Respondents; also the Cause, wherein John Bellenden Ker Esquire and others, are Appellants, and Sir James Norcliffe Innes Baronet and others, are Respondents; and also the Cross Cause, wherein John Bel. lenden Ker Esquire and others, are Appellants, and Sir james Norcliffe Innes Baronet, and others, are Respondents, which were fully heard on the 17th of june 18o3.

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The Order of the Day being read for the further Consideration of the Cause, wherein John Bellenden Ker Esquire and others are Appellants, and Sir James Norcliffe Innes Baronet and James Horne are Respondents; and also the Cause, wherein John Bellenden Ker Esquire and others are Appellants, and Brigadier General JWalter Ker and Richard Hotchkis are Respondents, which were fully heard on the 20th of May 1808; and also the Cause, wherein Walter Ker and Richard Hotchkis are Appellants, and Sir James Norcliffe Innes Baronet and others are Respondents; also the Cross Cause, wherein Sir James Norcliffe Innes Ker Baronet and James Horne are Appellants, and Brigadier General Walter Ker and others are Respondents; also the Cause, wherein John Bellenden Ker Esquire and others are Appellants, and Sir James Norcliffe Innes Baronet and others are Respondents; and also the Cross Cause, wherein John Bellenden Ker Esquire and others are Appellants, and Sir James Norcliffe Innes Baronet and others are Respondents, which were fully heard on the 17th of June 1808:

ORDERED, That the Lords of Council and Session do, notwithstanding the Pendency of the Appeals in this House respecting the Roxburghe Estates, if they shall so think fit, direct the Macers to proceed according to the Interlocutor dated the 7th,and figned the 8th of July 1897, (the said Interlocutor being understood by this House to mean, that Sir James Norcliffe Inne; so described in the Interlocutors of the Court of Session is to be preferred in the Competition of Brieves, if he proves, according to the usual Course of Proceedings in Services, that he is the Heir Male of the Body of Lady Margaret Ker, and that there are no Heirs Male of the Bodies of Ladies Jean and Anna Ker respectively); but that such Proceedings of the Macers, and all A&ts, Deeds, and Proceedings of whatever Nature to be made, done, or executed, by any Person or Persons, or following thereupon,shall be, without Prejudice to any Person or Right, in case, upon determining the Appeals, or any of them, in any Manner relating to the Roxburghe Estates, depending in this House, should hereafter adjudge that the said Sir James Norcliffe Innes ought not to have been so preferred as aforesaid, or shall upon determining as aforesaid, or upon any Application made to this House, make any Order, Adjudication, or Judgment, contrary to or inconsistent with the Effect of such Proceedings of the Macers, or such other A&ts, Deeds, or Proceedings as aforesaid, or any of them, in any Respect; and that all Costs, Charges, and Expences attending, or to be occafioned by the same, or in relation thereto, or in consequence thereof, or of any of them, shall be paid as this House shall direct, and that the Consideration thereof be reserved.

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“ Gentlemen of the House of Commons,

“We have it in Command from His Majesty, to “ thank you for the liberal Provision which you have “ made for the Services of the present Year, and to “express the Satisfaction which His Majesty derives from “ your having been enabled to provide for those Services, “without any great and immediate Addition to the Bur“ thens upon His People.

“His Majesty particularly commands us to acknow“ ledge your prompt Attention to His Wishes'respecting ** an ..fProvision for the poorer Clergy; an Ob“jećt in the highest Degree interesting to His Majesty's “Feelings, and deserving the favourable Confideration “ of i.

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rington, Robert Earl of Buckinghamshire, William Earl “Fitzwilliam, Philip Earl of Hardwicke, George john “Earl Spencer, john Earl of Chatham, Henry Earl Bathurst, Thomas Earl of Ailesbury, Robert Earl Grosve“nor, Richard Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, Henry Earl “ of Carnarvon, Robert Banks Earl of Liverpool, One “ of Our Principal Secretaries of State; John Earl of “Saint Vincent, James Earl of Malmesbury, Richard Earl of Donoughmore, George Earl of Onslow, Thomas “ Earl of Chichester, Edward Earl of Powis, Charles “Earl Grey; Our right trusty and well-beloved Cousins “ and Counsellors Henry Wiscount Melville, Henry “ Viscount Sidmouth, JWilliam Wiscount Cathcart; Our “ right trusty and well-beloved Counsellors Saint “Andrew Lord St. John of Bletsoe, Alexander Lord Dutton, Henry Richard Lord Holland, Dudley Lord “Harrowby, Thomas Lord Walsingham, Francis Lord “Haftings, Henry Frederick Lord Carteret, William Wyndham Lord Grenville, William Lord Auckland, Henry Lord Mulgrave, James Lord Saltersford,

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