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defiring them to prepare and transmit to this House, " will amount to upwards of One thousand fix hundred
“ Copies of all Ads of Sederunt now in force, distinguish- “ Pounds : That great Part of the Lands within the

ing those which, striály speaking, are Rules of Court." said District is of very small Value, and will not, as
and prescribed Forms of Proceeding, from those that " the Petitioners apprehend, be worth more than the
explain or in any way affect the Law of the Land.” “ Taxes which it will be necessary to impose thereon for

“ the Works of Drainage: The Petitioners beg PerGarde et al. ORDERED, That the further Consideration of the “ mission most respectfully to submit to this House, that againit Bur. Caufe, wherein Thomas Garde and others are Appellants, “ it is not consistent with the Spirit of the Resolutions

and William Burton Esquire is Respondent, be put off to “ relating to the Fees payable to the Officers, that the
the Second Friday in the next Sefsion of Parliament; and " Provisions contained in the before-mentioned Bill
that in the mean Time the respective Parties do print and “ should be considered as subjecting the Petitioners to
lay before the House such Parts of the Evidence in the “ the Payment of such heavy additional Fees as for fo
Causes to which the Appeal relates, as they rely on. many distinct Provisions, for distinct Interests, Estates,

or Matters ; in as much as all the Taxes to be imposed, Ely Drainage Upon reading the Petition of the several Persons whose " and all the works to be done within such interior Bill, Petition Names are thereunto subscribed, being Owners and Pro Divisions, will be auxiliary only to the general Works ers respecting prietors of Lands lying within a certain District called

of the District, and conducive to the general Drainage the Fees.

Littleport and Downham District, Part of the Great Level “ and Improvement of all the Lands within the same :
of the Fens commonly called Bedford Level, on Behalf “ That the Petitioners are ready to prove the Truth of
of themselves and the other Owners and Proprietors of “ the aforesaid Allegations, if they shall be lo permitted :
Land within the said District ; setting forth, “ That a “ And therefore praying this House to take their Cafe
“ Bill has lately passed this House for the Improvement « into Consideration, and to grant them such Relief in
is of the Drainage of the said District: That the said “ the Premises, as to this House may seem meet :"
" District is one entire Tract of Land, situated between

It is ORDERED, That the said Petition do lie on the
" the Hundred Foot River and the River Ouze, and con-

Table.
“ tains in the Whole about Twenty-five thousand Acres:
“ That Two Acts of Parliament liave already passed for

Dominus Cancellarius declaravit præfens Parliamen- Adjourn. draining and improving the said District ; (that is to

tum continuandum esse usque ad et in diem Mercurii,
fay) one in the Twenty ninth Year of the Reign of vicefimum diem instantis Junii, horâ undecima Auroræ,
“ His late Majesty King George the Second, and the Dominis fic decernentibus.
“ other in the Fortieth Year of the Reign of His pre-
“ sent Majesty ; by which Acts Commissioners are ap-

pointed for the said District, with Power to erect En.

gines and make Cuts and Works for the Drainage
“ thereof, and to tax the Proprietors of the Lands
" within the same, for the Maintenance and Support of

IE Mercuri, 20° Junii 1810.
“ such Works: That notwithstanding the Powers and
« Provisions of the faid Ads, and the Works erected in Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes
“ pursuance thereof, the said District is liable to fre-

fuerunt.
“ quent Inundations in Times of high Floods; and in the

Archiep. Cantuar. Ds. Eldon, Cancel“ Month of February 1795 the same was entirely inun

larius.
“ dated by a Flood, which occafioned a Breach in its Bar- Epus. Lich. & Cov.

Ds. Dutton.
“ rier Bank, and again in the Month of February 1799, Epus. Ceftrien. Comes Aylesford, Se.
“ and a Third Time in the Month of January 1809 :

nefcallus.

Ds. Holland.

Ds. Walsingham. “ That the Losses sustained by the Petitioners, and the

Comes Bridgewater. Ds. Grantley. “ other Owners, Proprietors, and Occupiers of Lands

Comes Sandwich. Ds. Eliot. “ within the said District, in consequence of those Inun

Comes Berkeley. Ds. Yarborough. “ dations, amount to considerably more than Two hun

Comes Aboyne. Ds. Hood of Cather“ dred thousand Pounds, exclusive of the Injury done

Comes Glasgow. ington. to the Works of the District : That the Taxes au.

Comes Stanhope. : Ds. De Dunflanville. " thorized by the said Acts to be laid upon the said

Comes Pomfret. Ds. Bolton. “ Lands within the said District for the Maintenance of

Comes Grabam. Ds. Redesdale. " the said Works, being insufficient for that Purpose,

Comes Egremont. Ds. Ellenborough. " the Finances of the said District are reduced to a de

Comes Spencer. Ds. Arden. plorable State, and the Commissioners thereof have

Comes Mount Edge Ds. Lauderdale. “ incurred a Debt of upwards of Eight thousand Pounds,

cumbe. “ which they are wholly unable to discharge ; and it in

Comes Liverpool. “ consequence became necessary to carry on the Works

Comes Rosslyn. “ of Drainage therein by voluntary Subscription, until

Comes Clancarty. “ an Acould be obtained for giving Power to the

Comes Powis.
“ Commissioners to lay additional Taxes, and to make

V. Mclville.
“ additional Works for the Preservation of the District :
" That it hath been deemed adviseable, for the more
“ effectual Drainage of the said District, and to prevent,

PRAYERS.
as far as possible, the Waters from flowing over the
“ whole of the Lands within the same in Times of Flood, The House proceeded to take into Consideration the Groome
" to subdivide the same into interior Divisions, and tó Cause, wherein Sarah Groome is Appellant, and the againit

Penfold..
“ erect and maintain such interior Divisions, small Mills, Reverend John Penfold Clerk is Respondent :
“ or Engines, and other Works communicating with

And due Consideration being had thereof accordingly;
" and auxiliary to the present general Works of the
“ District; and the Bill late depending before this

The following Order and Judgment was made:
“ House contains Clauses and Provisions for subdividing “ After hearing Counsel as well on Friday the gth,
“ the said District into Twenty-six such interior Divi-

Saturday the 10th, Monday the 12th, and Wednesday
“ fions: That the Officer, whose Duty it is to assess the

" the 14th Days of June 1809, as Monday the 5th and 6 Fees on the passing of Bills before this House, has

Tuesday the 6th Days of February last, upon the Peti. " claimed of the Petitioners distinct Fees on the said Bill,

“ tion and Appeal of Thomas Groome, since deceased, on account of the Clauses relating to such interior

“ which was brought into this House on the 28th of Divisions, contending that they must be considered as

January 1805, and which hath since been revived in the “ tantamount to so many distinct Bills, and that the Fees

“ Name of Sarah Groome, his Widow and legal personal “ payable in both Houses of Parliament, if so calculated, “ Representative, complaining of certain Parts of a Decree

Ds. Hastings.
Ds. Clifton.

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Decree af. firmed with a. Exception.

Bills palled by Commisfion.

“ of the Courts of Exchequer, of the 6th Day of July « have seen and perfectly understood divers and sundry “ 1804, made in a certain Cause, wherein John Penfold “ Acts agreed and accorded on by you Our loving Sub “ Clerk was Plaintiff, and Thomas Groome Defendant ; "jects, the "Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and the “ and praying, “ That the same might be reversed and « Commons, in this Our present Parliament assembled, “ varied in the several Particulars complained of, or make " and endorsed by you as hath been accustomed, “ such other Order in the Premises, as to this House, “ the Titles and Names of which Acts hereafter do “ in their Lordships great Wisdom, should seem meet; “ particularly ensue; (that is to say), “ An Act for “ as also upon the Answer of the Reverend John Penfold“ granting to His Majesty certain Sums of Money out “ Clerk, put in to the faid Appeal ; and due Consider “ of the Consolidated Fund of Great Britain, and for “ation had this Day of what was offered on either Side " applying certain Monies therein mentioned, for the « in this Cause:

Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and

“ ten, and for further appropriating the Supplies granted “ It is ORDERED and ADJUDGED, by the Lords

« in this Session of Parliament." 16 An Act for en. Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, That

abling His Majesty to raise the Sum of Three Millions " the said Decree complained of in the said Appeal be,

66 for the Service of Great Britain. 66 An Act for " and the same is hereby affirmed, with the following

altering the Amount of certain Duties of Affelsed Exception; (videlicet), That the Deputy Remeni

“ Taxes granted by an Act passed in the Forty-eighth « brancer is not to take an Account of the Tithe of

“ Year of His present Majesty's Reign, and for granting " Wood or Underwood; but as to the said Tithe of

to His Majesty certain other Duties of Assessed Taxes “ Wood or Underwood, it is Ordered, that the Court

on the Articles therein mentioned.” “ An Act for “ of Exchequer do direct a proper Issue or Issues to be

raising the Sum of Two hundred and fixteen thousand “ tried, in order to ascertain whether, Regard being

“ Pounds by Treasury Bills, for the Service of Ireland, " had to the local Situation of the Premises, the Tithe of

“ for the Year One thousand eight hundred and ten.” « Wood or Underwood is due, in case the Respondent

“ An Act to continue, until the Fifth Day of July One « shall, within Six Months after this Affirmance, pray

" thousand eight hundred and eleven, and to amend se“ of the said Court to direct süch Issue or Issues; and

« veral A&s for granting certain Rates and Duties, and « in that Cafe all further Directions as to the Tithe of

for allowing certain Drawbacks and Bounties on " Wood or Underwood, and the Costs of the Suit, as

“. Goods, Wares, and Merchandize, imported into and “ far as affects that Tithe, are to be reserved until after

“ exported from Ireland, and to grant to His Majesty “ such Trial; and in case the Respondent shall not,

“ until the said Fifth Day of July One thousand eight within such Time, apply to the Court to direct such

“ hundred and eleven, certain new and additional DuTrial, that the Bill as to such Tithe be dismissed with

“ ties on the Importation, and to allow Drawbacks on 46 Costs.”

" the Exportation of certain Goods, Wares, and Mer

chandize, into and from Ireland.An Act for The Lord Chancellor acquainted the House, “ That

granting to His Majesty a Sum of Money to be raised “ His Majesty had been pleased to issue a Commission to « several Lords therein named, for declaring His Royal“ in the Manner and upon the Terms therein men

" by Exchequer Bills, and to be advanced and applied “ Afsent to several Acts agreed upon by both Houses of

« tioned, for the Relief of the United Company of Mer« Parliament."

“ chants of England, trading to the East Indies.“ An The House was adjourned during Pleasure :

“ Act to regulate the Manner of making Surcharges..

« of the Duties of Aflessed Taxes, and of the Tax The House was resumed :

upon

the Profits arising from Property, Professions, Then Three of the Lords Commissioners, being in “ Trades, and Offices, and for amending the Acts retheir Robes, and seated on a Form placed between the lating to the said Duties respectively.' An Act for Throne and the Woolfack, the Lord Chancellor in the

“ regulating the Manner of afseffing Lands, in certain Middle, with the Earl Graham on his Right Hand, “ Cases, to the Duties arising from the Profits of Property, and the Lord Walsingham on his Left, commanded “ Professions, Trades, and Offices; and for giving Relief the Yeoman Usher of the Black Rod to signify to the “ from the said Ducies on occasion of Loffes, in other Commons, “ The Lords Commissioners desire their 66 Cases therein mentioned.” " An Act to limit the “ immediate Attendance in this House, to hear the “ Amount of Pensions to be granted out of the Civil « Commission read.”

6 List of Scotland.“ An Ad for abridging the Form

“ of extracting Decrees of the Court of Session in ScotWho being come, with their Speaker ;

land, and for the Regulation of certain Parts of the The Lord Chancellor said,

Proceedings of that Court.” “ An Act to regulate

“ the Examination and Payment of Allignments for My Lords, and Gentlemen of the House of Com “ Clothing of His Majesty's Forces.« An Act to

“ amend and enlarge the Powers of an Ad passed in the “ His Majesty, not thinking fit to be personally pre

“ Second Year of His present Majesty, for the Encou. ~ sent here at this Time, has been pleased to cause a

ragement of the Fisheries of this Kingdom, and the « Commission to be issued under the Great Seal, and

Protection of the Persons employed therein." “ thereby given His Royal Afsent to divers Acts, which

“ Act to amend the several Acts relating to the making “ have been agreed upon by both Houses of Parlia

“ of Malt, and the granting of Permits and Certificates, “ ment, the Titles whereof are particularly mentioned;

" and the Regulations of Braziers, and of Persons em“ and by the said Commission hath commanded us to

“ ploying more than One Still, in Ireland." “ An Act “ declare and notify His Royal Afsent to the said several

us to confirm an Agreement for the Purchase of the “ Aets, in the Presence of you the Lords and Com

“ Prisage and Butlerage of Wines in Ireland, entered mons assembled for that Purpose; which Commission

into by the Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury you will now hear read :"

“ in Ireland and the Right Honourable Walter Earl of Then the said Commission was read by the Clerk, as

Ormonde and Olsory and his Trustees, in pursuance of follows; (videlicet)

“ an Ad made in the Forty-sixth Year of His present

Majesty's Reign." " An Act for respiting certain " GEORGE R.

“ Fines imposed on Stills in Ireland.. “ An A& for “ GEORGE the Third, by the Grace of God, of the “ repealing the several Laws relating to Prisons in Ire“ United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, land, and for re-enacting such of the Provisions thereof “ Defender of the Faith : To Our right trusty and “ as have been found useful, with Amendments.” “An “ right well-beloved the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, “ Act to allow, until the First Day of August One “ and to Our trusty and well-beloved the Knights, Citi 6 thousand eight hundred and eleven, the bringing of “ zens, and Burgeffes, and the Commissioners for “ Coals, Culm, and Cinders, to London and Westmin“ Shires and Burghs of the House of Commons, in this ster, by Inland Navigation.” “ An A&t for the more “ present Parliament assembled, Greeting : Whereas We effectually preventing the administering and taking of 6

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“ unlawful Oaths in Ireland, and for the Protection of “ have therefore caused these Our Letters Patent to be “ Magistrates and Witnesses in Criminal Cases.” “ An made, and have signed the same, and by the same do " Act to continue for Two Years and from thence until

give and

put Our Royal Aflent to the said Aets, and “ the End of the then next Session of Parliament, and to all Articles, Clauses, and Provisions therein con" amend an Ad made in the Forty-seventh Year of His “ tained, and have fully agreed and assented to the said “ present Majesty, for the preventing improper Persons “ Acts; Willing, that the said Acts, and every Article, “ from having Arms in Ireland.An Act to amend an " Clause, Sentence, and Provision therein contained, “ Act passed in this Session of Parliament, intituled, " An “ from henceforth shall be of the same Strength, Force, “ Act for increasing the Rates of Subsistence to be paid " and Effect, as if we had been personally present in “ to Innkeepers and others on quartering Soldiers." “ the faid Higher House, and had openly and publicly, “ An A& for amending, altering, and enlarging the “ in the Presence of you all, afsented to the fame : And “ Powers of Two Acts passed in the Fourteenth and “ We do by these Presents declare and notify the same “ Seventeenth Years of His present Majesty; in relation “ Our Royal Assent, as well to you the Lords Spiritual

to the Navigation of the River Thames Westward of and Temporal, and Commons aforesaid, as to all others " London Bridge, within the Liberties of the City of “ whom it may concern; commanding also by these London, and for the further Improvement of the said “ Presents Our right trusty and well-beloved Counsellor “ Navigation.” “ An Act to explain an Act of the John Lord Eldon, Our Chancellor of that Part of Our “ Forty-seventh Year of His present Majesty, for the “ United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland called “ more effectual Improvement of the City of Dublin and Great Britain, to seal these Our Letters Patent with “ the Environs thereof, so far as relates to the lighting “ Our Great Seal of Our United Kingdom of Great “ of Rutland Square, in the said City."

66 An Act to " Britain and Ireland ; and also commanding Our most “ extend and amend the Term and Provisions of an Act « dear and entirely beloved Son and most faithful Coun“ of the Thirty-ninth and Fortieth Year of His present “ sellor George Prince of Wales ; Our most dear Sons “ Majesty, for the better Preservation of Timber in the “ and faithful Counsellors Frederick Duke of York, WilNew Forest

, in the County of Southampton, and for liam Duke of Clarence, Edward Duke of Kent, “ ascertaining the Boundaries of the said Forest, and of Ernest Duke of Cumberland, Augustus Duke of Sussex, “ the Lands of the Crown within the same." 66 An Act Adolphus Duke of Cambridge ; Our most dear Nephew “ for establishing a Cattle Market within the Town of " and faithful Counsellor William Frederick Duke of

Wisbech, in the ise of Ely; for taking down and re Gloucester; the most Reverend Father in God, Our moving the Shambles therein; for paving, cleansing, “ right trusty and well-beloved Counsellor Charles Arch

lighting, and watching the said Town, and removing bishop of Canterbury, Primate and Metropolitan of “ Nuisances therein ; for preserving and improving the “ all England; Our faid Chancellor of that part of “ Port and Harbour of Wisbech, and for regulating the Our United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland “ Pilots belonging thereto.” “ An Act for maintaining “ called Great Britain ; Our right trusty and right well" and improving the Docks and Warehouses called The 6 beloved Cousins and Counsellors John Jeffreys Earl Commercial Docks, and for making and maintaining “ Camden, President of Our Council ; John Earl of 65 other Docks and Warehouses to communicate there Westmorland, Keeper of Our Privy Seal ; Our right “ with, all in the Parish of Saint Mary Rotherhithe, in the “ trusty and right entirely beloved Cousin and Coun

County of Surrey.” “ An A&t for better regulating, “ sellor James Duke of Montrose, Master of Our Horse “ maintaining, and employing the Poor within the Parish " Our right trusty and entirely beloved Cousins and “ of Saint Paul Shadwell, in the County of Middle “ Counsellors James Marquis of Salisbury, Francis Mar.

sex; for better lighting, watching, paving, cleansing, quis of Hertford; Our right trusty and right well-be. repairing, and improving the Streets and other public “ loved Cousins and Counsellors Heneage Earl of Ayles- Places in the said Parish ; and for repealing Three ford, Steward of Our Household; George Earl of “ Acts, severally passed in the Twenty-ninth Year of Dartmouth, Chamberlain of Our Household; George

King George the Second, and in the Tenth and Fif “ Earl of Winchilsea and Nottingham, Groom of Our “ teenth Years of His present Majesty, relative thereto.” “ Stole; Philip Earl of Chesterfield, Robert Earl of “ An A&t for more equally and effectually affefsing and Buckinghamshire, William Earl Fitzwilliam, George

collecting the Poor Rates within the Parish of Saint John Earl Spencer, John Earl of Chatham, Henry Earl Botolph without Aldgate, in the County of Middle Bathurst, Henry Earl of Carnarvon, Robert Banks · sex.” “ An Ad for more effectually improving the “ Earl of Liverpool, One of Our Principal Secretaries " Road from Burford to Banbury, in the County of “ of State ; John Earl of Saint Vincent, Thomas Earl of

Oxford, and from Burford to the Road leading to “ Chichester, Dudley Earl of Harrowby, Our right trusty " Stow, in the County of Gloucester, and from Swerford " and well-beloved Cousin and Counsellor Henry Vil. Gate, in the County of Oxford, to the Road in count Sidmouth, Our right trusty and well-beloved Aynbo, in the County of Northampton.".

An Act “ Counsellors Henry Richard Lord Holland, Thomas “ for confirming and rendering perpetual a Partition “ Lord Walsingham, William Wyndham Lord Grenville, “ between the Trustees of Henry Smith's Charity and William Lord Auckland, Henry Lord Mulgrave, John John Newnham Esquire, of divers Estates in Worth “ Lord Redesdale, Edward Lord Ellenborough, OurChief “ and Balcombe otherwise Baulcombe, Ardingley, Craw “ Justice assigned to hold Pleas before Us; Charles Lord

key, and Ifield, in the County of Sussex.“ An Act “ Barham, and Thomas Lord Erskine ; or any Three or “ for enclofing Lands within the Parishes of Trelleck, “ more of them, to declare and notify this Our Royal Penalt, Mitchel Troy, Cwmcarvan, Landogo, Tintern, “ Afsent in Our Absence in the said Higher House, in the “ and Lanishen, in the County of Monmouth.'

“ Presence of you the said Lords and the Commons of A&t for enclosing Lands in the Manor of Nether Kel « Our Parliament, there to be assembled for that Purpose; let, in the Parish of Bolton by the Sands, in the " and the Clerk of Our Parliaments to endorse the said “ County Palatine of Lancaster.“ An Act for al Acts, with such Terms and Words in Our Name as

lotting Lands in the Parish of Withcall, in the County " is requisite and hath been accustomed for the same, " of Lincoln. And albeit the faid Ads by you Our 6 and also to enroll these Our Letters Patent and the “ said Subjects the Lords and Commons in this Our " said Acts in the Parliament Roll; and these Our Letters “ present Parliament assembled, are fully agreed and “ Patent shall be to every of them a sufficient Warrant “ consented unto, yet nevertheless the same are not “ in that Behalf : And finally, We do declare and will, " of Force and Effect in the Law without Our Royal “ that after this Our Royal Aflent given and passed by “ Affent given and put to the said Ads: And for as “ these Presents, and declared and notified as is afore“ much as, for divers Causes and Considerations, We “ said, then and immediately the said Acts shall be taken, • cannot conveniently at this Time be present in Our accepted, and admitted good, sufficient, and perfect “ Royal Person in the Higher House of our faid Parlia « Acts of Parliament and Laws, to all Intents, Construc

ment, being the Place accustomed to give Our Royal tions, and Purposes, and to be put in due Execution “ Allent to such Acts as have been agreed upon by “ accordingly, the Continuance or Dissolution of this you Our faid Subjects, the Lords and Commons, We “ Our Parliament, or any other Use, Custom, Thing

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« or Things, to the côntrary thereof notwithstanding. 10. “ An Ad for abridging the Form of extracting - In Witness whereof, We have caused these Our Letters « Decrees of the Court of Session in Scotland, and for " to be made Patent.

“ the Regulation of certain Parts of the Proceedings of

" that Court." “ Witness Ourself, at Westminster, the Twentieth

11. “ An Act to regulate the Examination and PayDay of June, in the Fiftieth Year of Our

“ ment of Alignments for Clothing of His Majesty's Reign.

66 Forces." By the King Himself, signed with His own i 2. “An Act to amend and enlarge the Powers of « Hand.

an Act passed in the Second Year of His present Maa - BATHURST and BATHURST." “ jesty, for the Encouragement of the Fisheries of this Then the Lord Chancellor said,

Kingdom, and the Protection of the Persons employed

66 therein.” " In Obedience to His Majesty's Commands, and by

13.

“ An Act to amend the several A&ts relating to 66 virtue of the Commision which has been now read, “ we do declare and notify to you the Lords Spiritual

" the making of Malt, and the granting of Permits and

“ Certificates, and the Regulations of Braziers and of " and Temporal, and Commons, in Parliament' afsem“ bled, That His Majesty hath given His Royal Asient

“ Persons employing more than One Still, in Ireland.

14. “An Act to confirm an Agreement for the Pur" to the several Acts in the Commission mentioned ;

“ chase of the Prisage and Butlerage of Wines in Ire" and the Clerks are required to pass the same, in the

land, entered into by the Commissioners of His 66 usual Form and Words."

Majesty's Treasury in Ireland, and the Right HoThen the Clerk Assistant, having received the Money “ nourable Walter Earl of Ormonde and Olory and his Bills from the Hands of the Speaker, brought them to “ Trustees, in pursuance of an Act made in the Fortythe Table, where the Deputy Clerk of the Crown read “ fixth Year of His present Majesty's Reign.” the Titles of those and the other Bills to be pailed, feve 15.“ An Act for respiting certain Fines imposed on rally, as follow ; (videlicet)

“ Stills in Ireland.

16. “ An Act for repealing the several Laws relating 1. “ An A&t for granting to His Majesty certain Sums

“ to Prisons in Ireland, and for re-enacting such of the « of Money out of the Consolidated Fund of Great

“ Provisions thereof as have been found useful, with Britain, and for applying certain Monies therein

" Amendments." e mentioned for the Service of the Year One thousand " eight hundred and ten, and for further appropriating

17. “ An Aa to allow, until the First Day of August

“ One thousand eight hundred and eleven, the bringing " the Supplies granted in this Seslion of Parliament.

“ of Coals, Culm, and Cinders to London and Westminster “An Ac for enabling His Majesty to raise the

by Inland Navigation.” r Sum of Three Millions for the Service of Great Bri.

18. “ An Act for the more effectually preventing the 66 tain."

« adminiftering and taking of unlawful Oaths in Ireland, 3. “ An Ad for altering the Amount of certain « Duties of Assessed Taxes, granted by an Act passed

“ and for the Protection of Magistrates and Witnesses in

66 Criminal Cases." 6 in the Forty-eighth Year of His present Majesty's

19.“ An A& to continue for Two Years, and from “ Reign, and for granting to His Majesty certain other

" thence until the End of the then next Seflion of Par. « Duties of Afleiled Taxes on the Articles therein men

“ liament, and amend an A& made in the Forty-seventhi « tioned.”

“ Year of His present Majesty, for the preventing im4. “ An Act for raising the Sum of Two hundred « and Sixteen thousand Pounds, by Treasury Bills, for

proper Persons from having Arms in Ireland.66 the Service of Ireland, for the Year One thousand

20.“ An Act to amend an Act passed in this Session

" of Parliament, intituled, “ An A& for increasing the “ cight hundred and ten.”

“ Rates of Subsistence to be paid to Innkeepers and 5. “ An Act to continue, until the Fifth Day of Jul

“ others on quartering Soldiers.” « One thouland eight hundred and eleven, and to

21. “ An Act for amending, altering, and enlarging “ amend several Acts for granting certain Rates and

" the Powers of Two Acts, passed in the Fourteenth Duties, and for allowing certain Drawbacks and « Bounties on Goods, Wares, and Merchandize im

" and Seventeenth Years of His present Majesty, in « ported into and exported from Ireland, and to grant

“ relation to the Navigation of the River Thames West“ to His Majesty, until the faid Fifth Day of July One

“ ward of London Bridge, within the Liberties of the " thousand eight hundred and eleven, certain new and

City of London, and for the further Improvement of

" the said Navigation.” « additional Duties on the Importation, and to allow “ Drawbacks on the Exportation of certain Goods,

22. “ An Act to explain an Act of the Forty seventh “ Wares, and Merchandize into and from Ireland.

“ Year of His present Majesty, for the more effectual

“ Improvement of the City of Dublin and the Environs To thefe Bills the Royal Assent was pronounced, " thereof, so far as relates to the lighting of Rutland severally, by the Clerk Aslistant, in these Words, Square, in the said City.” (videlicet)

23.

“ An Act to extend and amend the Term and " Le Roy remercie fes bons Sujets, accepté leur Bene

“ Provisions of an Act of the Thirty-ninth and Fort volence, et ainsi le veult.

“ Year of His present Majesty, for the better Preserva

« tion of Timber in the New Forest, in the County of 6.“ An Ac for granting to His Majesty a Sum of “ Southampton; and for ascertaining the Boundaries of “ Money to be raised by Exchequer Bills, and to be 6 the faid Forest, and of the Lands of the Crown within « advanced and applied in the Manner and upon the " the fame." • Terms therein mentioned, for the Relief of the 24. “An Act for establishing a Cattle Market within “ United Company of Merchants of England trading “.the Town of Ilijvech, in the Ise of Ely; for taking " to the East Indies.

“ down and removing the Shambles therein ; for paving, 7

“ An Act to regulate the Manner of making Sur cleansing, lighting, and watching the said Town, and “ charges of the Duties of Aflefled Taxes, and of the removing Nuisances therein ; for preserving and im" Tax upon the Profits arising from Property, Profef “ proving the Port and Harbour of Wisbech, and for “ fions, Trades, and Offices, and for amending the Acts “ regulating the Pilots belonging thereto." “ relating to the said Duties respectively.”

2.5. “ An Act for maintaining and improving the 8. “ An Act for regulating the Manner of assessing “ Docks and Warehouses called The Commercial Docks, « Lands, in certain Cafes, to the Duties arising from the “ and for making and maintaining other Docks and “ Profits of Property, Professions, Trades, and Offices, - Warehouses to communicate therewith, all in the “ and for giving Relief from the said Duties on occafioti “ Parish of Saint Mary Rotherhithe, in the County of " of Lofles in other Cases therein mentioned.”

9. “ An Act to limit the Amount of Pensions to be 26. " An Act for better regulating, maintaining, and granted out of the Civil List of Scotland.

employing the Poor within the rarish of Saint Paul VOL. XLVII.

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Shadwell, in the County of Middlesex'; for better A Message was sent to the House of Commons; by Message to

H.C. with lighting, watching, paving, cleansing, repairing, and the former Messengers :

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improving the Streets and other public Places in the
« faid Parish ; and for repealing Three Acts, severally Lords have agreed to the fame, with some Amendments,

To return the said Bill, and acquaint them, That the to it. passed in the Twenty-ninth Year of King George the

to which their Lordships desire their. Concurrence.
« Second, and in the Tenth and Fifteenth Years of
“ His present Majesty, relative thereto."

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Grön's Na27. - An Act for more equally and effe&tually affeff

turalization ing and collecting the Poor Rates within the Parish of by Sir James Graham and others :

Bill. « Saint Botolph without Aldgate, in the County of Mid

To return the Bill, intituled, " An Act for naturaliz.

ing Hans George Grön ;” and to acquaint this House, 28. “An act for more effectually improving the Road That they have agreed to the fame, without any Amend" from Burford to Banbury, in the County of Oxford, ment. " and from Burford to the Road leading to Stow, in " the County of Gloucester, and from Swerford Gate, in A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Burckhardt's

Naturaliza“ the County of Oxford, to the Road in Aynho, in the by Sir James Graham and others :

tion Bill. County of Northampton."

To return the Bill, intituled, "An Act for naturaliz-
To these Bills the Royal Assent was pronounced,

“ ing Johann Christian Burckhardt;" and to acquaint
severally, by the Clerk Assistant, in these Words ; this House, That they have agreed to the same, without
(videlicet)

any Amendment. “ Le Roy le veult.

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Bere Forest 29. “ An A& for confirming and rendering perpetual

Enclosure * a Partition between the Trustees of Henry Smith's by Sir James Graham and others:

Bill. “ Charity and John Newnham Esquire, of divers Estates To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Ad for disaforest, « in Worth and Balcombe otherwise Baulcombe, Arding ing the Forest of South otherwise Eaft Bere, otherley, Crawley, and Ifield, in the County of Sussex. “ wise Bier, in the County of Southampton; and for

30. “ An A& for enclosing Lands within the Parishes enclosing the Open Commonable Lands within the “ of Trelleck, Penalt, Mitchel Troy, Cwmcarvan, Lan “ faid Forest ;” and to acquaint this House, That they “ dogo, Tintern, and Lanishen, in the County of Mon- have agreed to their Lordships Amendments made « mouth.

thereto. 31. “ An A& for "enclofing Lands in the Manor of Nether Kellet, in the Parish of Bolton-by-the-Sands, in A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Westminfter “ the County Palatine of Lancaster.by Sir James Graham and others :

Improvement

Bili. 32. “ An A&t for allotting Lands in the Parish of

To return the Bill, intituled, “ An A&t for further " Withcall, in the County of Lincoln."

“ amending and enlarging the Powers of an Act of the To these Bills the Royal Afsent was pronounced, se « Forty-sixth Year of His present Majesty, for confoliverally, by the Clerk Athltant, in these Words ; (vi “ dating and rendering more effectual the several Acts delicet)

“ for the Purchase of Buildings and further ImproveSoit fait comme il est desiré.

ment of the Streets and Places near to Westminster Then the Commons withdrew.

5 Hall and the Two Houses of Parliament;" and to r The House was adjourned during Pleasure.

acquaint this House, That they have agreed to their The House was resumed: ,,

Lordships Amendment made thereto.

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Lidbrook King's An The Lord Steward reported, “That the Lords with swer to Ad.

Railway Bill by Lord Arthur Somerset and others : “ White Staves had (according to Order) waited on dress.

^ His Majesty, with their Lordships Address of Monday To return the Bill, intituled, “ An Act to alter and
o last; and that His Majesty was pleased to receive the « amend the Lidney and Lidbrook Railway Ac, to vary
« fame very gracioully.”

“ certain Parts of the said Railway, and to extend the

“ fame from Lidbrook to Bishop's Wood, and from the Admiralty, : Hodie 3e vice; lefta eft Billa, intituled, “ An Act for " Lower Forge to the Cross Pill; and for making a Bason &c. Courts Bill:

regulating the Offices of Registrars of Admiralty and “ and Canal to communicate with the River Severn at * Prize Courts."

Nafs Point ;” and to acquaint this House, That they The Question was put, “ Whether this Bill fhall have agreed to their Lordships Amendments made

thereto. It was resolved in the Affirmative.

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Drury Lane Pensions, &c. ! Hodie 3vice lecta eft Billa, intituled, “ An Act to by Mr. Peter Moore and others :

Theatre Bill. Accounts “ direct that Accounts of Increase and Diminution of Bill:

To return the Bill, intituled, “ An A&t for rebuilding 66 Public Salaries, Pensions, and Allowances, shall be

“ the late Theatre Royal Drury Lane, upon the Con“ annually laid before Parliament; and to regulate and

ditions and under the Regulations therein mentioned;"
“ controul the granting and paying of such Salaries, and to acquaint this House, That they have agreed to
* Pensions, and Allowances."

their Lordships Amendments made thereto.
The Question was put, “ Whether this Bill shall
“ pass?""

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, l'remadoc
It was resolved in the Affirmative.
Me!Tages to

by Mr. Peter Moore and others :

Chapel Bill. H. C. that And Messages were, severally, fent to the House of

To return the Bill, intituled, “ An A& for establishing the Lords

Commons, by Mr. Steele and Mr. Thompson : have agreed

a Chapel of Ease at Tremadoc, in the Chapelry of to the Two To acquaint them, That the Lords have agreed to the Ynyscynhaiarn, in the County of Carnarvon;" and preceding said Bills, without any Amendment.

to acquaint this House, That they have agreed to their Bills.

Lordships Amendments made thereto. Tremadoc Ilodie 3* vice lccta eft Billa, intituled, “ An Act for Chapel Bill: “ establishing a Chapel of Ease at Tremadoc, in the The House being informed, “ That Mr. Johnson, Supplement

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Chapelry of Ynyscynbaiurn, in the County of Car “ from the Office of the Chief Secretary for Ireland, to oth Report 66 narvon."

« attended ;"

of Commif.

fioners of En. The Question was put, “ Whether this Bill, with

He was called in, and delivered at the Bar, pursuant quiry in Ire“ the Amendments, shall pass ?” to the Directions of an Act of Parliament;

land, delic It was refolved in the Afirmative.

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