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eight hundred and eleven, and to amend several A&ts, *
Amendments to it.
The Lord Walsingham reported from the Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, “An Aćt for more “ effectually improving the Road from Burford to Ban“ bury, in the County of Oxford, and from Burford to “ the Road leading to Stow, in the County of Glouce/fer, “ and from Swerford Gate, in the County of Oxford, to “ the Road in Aynho, in the County of Northampton,” was committed : “That they had confidered the said “Bill, and examined the Allegations thereof, which “ were found to be true; and that the Committee had “ gone through the Bill, and directed him to report the “ same to the House, without any Amendment.”
Burford Road Bill.
Commercial Docks Bill.
‘nicate therewith, , all in the Parish of Saint Mary.
“examined the Allegations thereof, which were found
“ to be true; and that the Committee had gone “ through the Bill, and made several Amendments * thereto.”
Chalmer to enter into . Recogni
zance on it.
And the said Amendment, being read a Second Time, was agreed to by the House.
Upon reading the Petition of the Right Honourable Valentine Browne, Lord Baron Cloncurry of the Kingdom of Ireland; setting forth, “That before the Union “ of the Two Kingdoms, the Petitioner's Father Sir “ Nicholas Lawles, Baronet, by Letters Patent, dated “ the 22d Day of September, in the 29th Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, was created a Peer of Ireland, by the Stile and Title of Baron Cloncurry of Cloncurry, in the County of Kildare, in Ireland, to have, hold, and enjoy the same, to him and the Heirs Male of his Body lawfully begotten: That the said Nicholas Baron Cloncurry departed this Life on or about the 29th Day of August 1799: That the Petitioner is the eldest Son of the said Nicholas Baron Cloncurry, and by virtue of the said Letters Patent claims a Right to vote at the Election of Peers for Ireland to sit in the Parliament of the United Kingdom: And therefore praying, That the said Right may be admitted by their Lordships:”
It is ORDERED, That the said Petition be referred to the Lords Committees for Privileges.
Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Robert Me!. drum, George Hutton, and Alexander Clark, Baillies of the Royal Burgh of Saint Andrew’s, Alexander Kirk, Treasurer of said Burgh, Robert Key, James Toddie, John Wishart, George Berwick, Alexander Mackie senior, Alexander Mackie junior, David Leetch, Ralph Steel, and John Brodie, Guild Counsellors of said Burgh, Tullis, Deacon of Smiths, John Kirk, Deacon of the Bakers, David Scott, Deacon of the Tailors, and Thomas Robertson, Deacon of the Fleshers, all of the said Burgh of Saint Andrew’s, and Members of the Town Council thereof, and James J/alker, Preacher of the Gospel, complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Lords of Session in Scotland, of the 17th and signed the 18th of May, and the 9th of June 1810; and praying, “That the “ same may be reversed, varied, or amended, or that the “ Appellants may have such other Relief in the Pre“mises, as to this House, in their Lordships great Wis. “ dom, shall seem meet; and that Thomas Earl of Kellie “Provost, James Thomson Baillie, Robert Niven, Alex“ ander Elder, John Hilson, Thomas Ackman, John Brown, Alexander Bouthrow, and John Brecid, Guild Counsellors, John Braid," Convener of the Trades, William Peterfield, Deacon of the Shoemakers, Robert Cold/tream, Deacon of the Wrights, and James Smith, Deacon of the Weavers, and also Robert Basfour, a pretended Guild Counsellor, and the Reverend George
The Lord Walsingham reported from the Lords Committees for Privileges, to whom it was referred to confider of the Petition of theRight Honourable Francis Earl Landaff, of that Part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland called Ireland; praying, “That his Right “ to vote at Elections of Peers of Ireland to sit in the Parliament of the United Kingdom may be admitted by this House :” “That the Committee had met, and considered the Petition to them referred, and had come to the following Resolution ; (videlicet)
ORDERED, That the Clerk of the Parliaments do transmit to the Clerk of the Crown in Ireland the said Resolution and Judgment.
Dominus Cancellarius declaravit praesens Parliamentum continuandum esse usque ad et in diem Veneris, decimum quintum diem instantis Junii, horă undecimä Aurorae, Dominis fic decernentibus.
Report en E. Landaff's Claim to vote at Fie&tions of Peers for Ireland :
“ GeoRGE the Third, by the Grace of God, of the “ United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, “Defender #the Faith: To Our right trusty and right “ well-beloved, the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and . to Our trusty and well-beloved the Knights, Citizens, “ and Burgesses, and the Commissioners for Shires and Burghs of the House of Commons, in this present Par“liament assembled, Greeting : Whereas We have seen “ and perfectly understood divers and fundry 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 of which Aćts hereafter do particularly ensue; (that is to say), An Aćt for granting to His Majesty a Sum of Money to be raised by Lotteries.” “An Aćt to grant to His “ Majesty certain additional Duties upon Letters and “ Packets sent by the Post within Ireland.” “An Aćt to grant to His Majesty an additional Duty on Dwell‘ing Houses in Ireland, in respect of the Windows or “ Lights therein.” “An Aćt to repeal certain Duties “ under the Care of the Commissioners for managing the Stamp Duties in Ireland, and to grant new and additional Duties, and to amend the Laws relating to the Stamp Duties in Ireland.” “An Aćt for imposing additional Duties of Customs on certain Species “ of Wood imported into Great Britain.” “An Aćt for “defraying the Charge of the Pay and Clothing of the Mi“ litia and Local Militia in Great Britain for the Year “One thousand eight hundred and ten.” “An Aćt “ to revive and continue, until the Twenty-fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and eleven, and “ amend so much of an Aćt made in the Thirty-ninth “ and Fortieth Year of His present Majesty, as grants cer“tain Allowances to Adjutants and Serjeant Majors of “ the Militia of England disembodied under an Aćt of “ the same Session of Parliament.” “ An Aćt for “making Allowances in certain Cases to Subaltern Off“ cers of the Militia in Great Britain while disembodied.” “An Aćt for defraying, until the Twenty-fifth Day of “ March One thousand eight hundred and eleven, the “Charge of the Pay and Clothing of the Militia of “ Ireland, and for making Allowances in certain Cases to “Subaltern Officers of the said Militia during Peace.” “An Aćt to amend Two Aéts relating to the raising “Men for the Service of the East India Company, and the quartering and billeting such Men, and to Trials “ by Regimental Courts-Martial.” “An Aćt for aug. “ menting Parochial Stipends in certain Cases in Scotland.” “An Aćt for regulating the Continuance of “Licences for distilling Spirits from Sugar in the Low“ lands of Scotland.” “An Aćt to regulate the taking “ of Securities in all Offices in respect of which Security “ought to be given, and for avoiding the Grant of all such Offices in the Event of such Security not being given within a Time to be limited after the Grant of “ such Office.” “An Aët for reviving and further “ continuing, until the Twenty-fifth Day of March One “ thousand eight hundred and eleven, several Laws for “ allowing the Importation of certain Fish from New“foundland and the Coast of Labrador, and of cer“tain Fish from Parts of the Coast of His Majesty's “ North American Colonies, and for granting Boun“ ties thereon.” “An Aćt to continue, until the “ Twenty-fifth Day of March One thousand eight hun“ dred and thirteen, the Powers of the Commissioners “ appointed in pursuance of an Aćt of the Forty-fixth “Year of His present Majesty, for enabling the Com“ missioners ačting in pursuance of an Agreement be“ tween the East India Company and the private Credi“ tors of the Nabobs of the }. the better to carry “ the same into Effect.” “An A&t to continue, until “ the First Day of August One thousand eight hundred “ and eleven, certain Acts for appointing Commissioners “ to enquire into the Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites, and “ Emoluments received in several Public Offices in Ire“ land; to examine into any Abuses which may exist in “ the same, and into the Mode of receiving, collecting, - “ issuing,