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and also all that Messuage, Tenement or Lodge, with the Ap. Hensgrove purtenances, now or lately called Hensgrove Lodge, situate and 1.odge. being in the South East Part of the said Park ; and also all

that other Messuage, Tenement or Lodge, with the Appur. Streights Lodge. tenances, now or lately called Streights Lodge, situate and being

in the South Weft Part of the said Park; and also all that

other Messuage, Tenement or Lodge, with the Appurtenances Neo Lodge. now or lately called New Lodge, tituate and being on the West

Part of the said Park ; and also all that other Melluage, Tene

ment or Lodge, with the Appurtenances, now or lately called Gorrell Lodge. Gorrell Lodge, situate and being on the North Side of the said

Park; and all those several Woods and Coppices, and the Soil King's Woods. and Ground of the fame, commonly called the King's Woods,

within the said Honour and Manor of IVoodstock, hereinafter men.

tioned (that is to fay) all that Wood and Coppice, commonly Mill Wood. called or known by the Name of Mill Wood, lying and being in

the Parish of Hanborough, in the said County of Oxon, containing by Eftimation seventeen Acres and two Roods, more or less;

aird all that Wood and Coppice commonly called or known by Pinly Wood. the Name of Pinsly Wood, also lying and being in the Parish of

Tanborough aforesaid, containing by Estimation fourscore and

one Acres and two Roods, more or less, and all that Wood and Wool Coprice. Coppice commonly called or known by the Name of Wooll Core

pice, lying and being in the said Parish of Hanborough, containing by Estimation fixteen Acres, more or less; and all that Wood and

Coppice, commonly called or known by the Name of Wosites Wootton Wood. Wood, lying and being in the Parish of Woutim, in the said

County of Oxon, containing by Ettimation fifty four Acres atd

twenty Perches, more or lets ; and all that Wood and Coppice Fendon W’vod. called or known by the Name of Fendon Ilood, lying and

being within the said Parish of Wootton, containing by Ettimation

seventeen Acres and two Roods, more or less; and all that Ambrose Cop- Wood and Coppice called and known by the Name of Ambrose pice.

Coppice, lying and being in the Parish of Stonesfield, in the faid County of Oxon, containing by Estimation one hundred thirty nine Acres, more or less; and all Her Majesty's Timber and Trees, Wood and Underwood whatsoever, now standing, grow. ing or being, or hereafter to stand or grow, as well within os upon the several Woods, Coppices and Wood Grounds before

mentioned, and every or any of them, as within or upon the Woodlock

faid Park, called Woodstock Park, and within or upon any of Park.

the Waste Grounds belonging to the faid Honour and Manors, or within or upon any other of the Premisses so to be granted, and every or any of them respectively; and all and fingular Her Majesty's Messuages, Tenements, Lands, Woods, Rents, Mills, Tolls and Hereditaments whatsoever, fituate, lying, being or renewing within the said Park, called Woodlock Park, and in the Towns, Villages, Hamlets, Parishes, Precincts or Territories of Old Wood/tock, Hardley, Wootton, Bladun, Hanborough, Combe and Stonesfield, and every or any of them, or within the said Hundred of Wootton in the faid County of Oxon ; and allo all and fingular Houses, Edifices, Buildings, Barns, Stables, Orchards, Gardens, Yards, Backfides, Curtilages; and also all Courts Leet, Courts Baron, Hundred Courts, and other Courts whatsoever, Services, Franchises, Cukorps, Cufton Works,

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Forfeitures, Efcheats, Reliefs, Herriots, Fines, Issues, Amercia.
ments, Perquisites and Profits of the said Courts and Leets,
and

every of them, Goods and Chattels of Felons and Fu.
gitives, Felons of themselves, outlawed Persons, and of Persons
put in Exigent, Waifs, Eftrays, Deodands, ' Heaths, Moors,
Marilhes, Ways, Passages, Lights, Easements, Commons, Ground
used for Common, Waltes, Waste Grounds, Rivers, Streams,
Waters, Watercourses, Wears, Dams, Stanks, Mill Pools,
Hawking, Hunting, Fishing, Fowling, Right, Royalties, Juris.
dictions, Liberties, Privileges, Immunities, Profits, Commo-
dities, Advantages, Emoluments, Poffeffions and Hereditaments
whatsoever, with their and every of their Appurtenances, of
what Nature or Quality foever, to the faid Honour, Manors,
Park, Woods or other the Premisses belonging or appertain.
ing, or accepted, reputed or taken, as Part, Parcel or Member
thereof, or which have been usually held, exercised or enjoyed
therewith, or within the same, or any Part thereof, and such
other Franchises as Her Majesty shall think fit to grant by such
Letters Patents as aforesaid, and the Reversion and Reversions,
Remainder and Remainders of all and fingular the Premisses,
and of every or any Part or Pareel thereof, dependant or ex.
pectant upon any former Grant, Demise or Lease, Grants,
Demises or Leases, made of the Premisses, or of any of them ;
and all the Rents, Issues and Profits of the said Honour, Manors,
Park, and other the Premisses, and of every part and Parcel
thereof; and all the Estate, Right, Title, Interest, Property,
Claim and Demand whatsoever of Her Majesty, of, in, to or
out of the same : To have and to hold the said Honour,
Hundred, Manors, Park, Woods and other the Premiffes so to
be granted, with their and every of their Appurtenances, to
the laid John Duke of Marlborough, or such Person or Persons as
he fall nominate, as aforesaid, his and their Heirs and Asigns for
ever, to the only Use and Behoof of, or in Trust for, the said
John Duke of Marlborough, his Heirs and Assigns for ever, and
to no other Ufe, Intent or Purpose whatsoever; to be holden of To be holden of
Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, as of Her Castle of the Queen as of
Windfor, in free and common Sockage by Fealty, and rendring ber Manor of

Windior in Fec, to Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, on the second Day of Auguf in every Year for ever, at the Castle of Windsor, one Standard or Colours with three Flower de Luces painted thereupon, for all Manner of Rents, Services, Exactions and Demands whatsoever.

III. And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid, Grant confirmed. That all and every the Grants and Clauses, to be contained in such Letters Patents, as aforesaid, for the better conveying and affuring of the said Honor, Hundred, Manors, Park, Woods and other the Premisses, to or for the Use or Benefit of the said Duke, his Heirs or Afligns as aforesaid, shall be, and are hereby enacted to be good and effe&tual in the Law, according to the Tenor and Purport thereof, in the said Letters Patents to be expressed, notwithstanding any Restriction or other Matter or Thing contained in the Act of Parliament made in the first Year of Her Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Aa for the better Support 1 Ann. Stat. I. of Her Majesty's Houshold, and of the Honour and Dignity of the c. 7. Crown, and any other Law or Statute, or any Mis-recital, Nonli 2

recital,

Salvo of Right.

recital, Omillion or other Defect in the said Letters Patents here. after to be made, in any wise notwithstanding.

IV. Saving to all and every Person and Persons, their Heirs, Executors and Administrators, and to all Bodies Politick and Corporate, and their Successors (other than to the Queen's Majefty, Her Heirs and Successors) all fuch Right, Titie, Intereit, Right of Common, Offices, Fees, Privileges, Properties, Profits and Demands whatsoever, which they, or any of them have, or are intitled to have, of, in, to, within or out of the said Honour, Hundred, Manors, Park, Woods and other the Premisses, or any of them, or any Part thereof, before the making of this Act, 'as fully and effectually, to all Intents and Purposes, as if this Act had not been made ; this Act, or any Thing therein contained to the contrary notwithstanding. [These Honours settled on the Pofterity of the Duke, 5 Ann. 6.3. An Annuity of 5,000l. from the Port Office fettled on the Duke and his Pofterity, 5 Ann. 6.4. Provision for paying Arrears due for building Blenheim House, 1 G. 1. Stat. 2.6. 12. 9 34.]

[Here the Roll is indorfed, Third Part 3 & 4 Ann. and contains
Cap. 7. to Cap. 18. inclusive ( omitting Cap. 16.) and also Cap: 3
and 4:--Title of Roll repeated.]

CA P. VII.
An Act for the effectual securing the Kingdom of England

from the apparent Dangers that may arise from several

Acts lately pailed in the Parliament of Scotland.
FOR
FOR preventing the many Incoveniencies which may speedily

happen to the two Kingdoms of England and Scotland, if a nearer and more compleat Union be not made between the faid Kingdoms ; Be it enacted by the Queen's Moft Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords

Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present' ParliaQueen may ape ment assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That such point Cominica Persons as shall be nominated by Her Majesty, under Her Great fioners to treat

Seal of England, or such and so many of them as fhall in that of a Union between both

Behalf be appointed by Her Majesty to be of the Quorum, fhall, Kingdoms. by Force of this Act, have full Power, Commission and Au

thority, at such Time and Times, and in such Place or Places, as Her Majesty shall please to appoint, to assemble and meet, and thereupon to treat and confult, according to the Tenor or Purport of their Authority or Commission, in that Behalf, with certain Commissioners as shall be authorized by Authority of the Parliament of Scotland, of and concerning such an Union of the said Kingdoms of England and Scotland, and of and concerning such other Matters, Clauses and Things, as upon mature Deliberation of the greatest Part of the said Commissioners, assembled as aforesaid, and the Commissioners to be authorized by the Parliament of Scotland, according to the Tenor or Purport of their Commissions in that Behalf, shall in their Wisdoms think convenient and necessary for the Honour of Her Majesty, and the common Good of both the said Kingdoms for ever: Which Commissioners of both the said Kingdoms shall, according to the Tenor or Purport of their faid Authorities or Coma

millions

miflions in that Behalf, reduce their Doings and Proceedings Proceedings to therein into Writings or Instruments Quadrupartite, every Part be reduced into to be subscribed and sealed by them, to the end that one Part Writings Quathereof

drupartite. may in all Humbleness be presented to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, two other Parts thereof to be offered to the Consideration of the Parliament for the Realm of England, and another Part to be offered to the Confideration of the Parliament for the Realm of Scotland, at their next Sellions, which shall be held in each Kingdom respectively, after such Writings or Instruments shall be subscribed and sealed by the said Commissioners, that thereupon such Proceedings may be had, as to Her Majesty, and both the said Parliaments, shall be thought fit and necessary for the Weal and common Good of both the said Kingdoms, to whom the entire Confideration of the whole, and the allowing or difallowing the whole, or any Part thereof, as they shall think fit, is wholly reserved.

II. Provided always, and be it enacted and declared, That no When Com. such Commission or Authority as aforesaid, shall be granted, until mission thall an Act of Parliament shall be made in the Kingdom of Scotland, commence.. impowering Her Majesty to grant a Commission under the Great Seal of that Kingdom, nominating Commissioners to treat concerning the Union of the two Kingdoms.

III. Provided also, and be it further enacted and declared, Provisa. That no Matter or Thing to be treated of, agreed or proposed by the faid Commissioners by virtue of this Act, shall have any Force or Effect to be put in Execution, until it be confirmed and established by Act of Parliament of England. “ After 25th December 1705, no Native of Scotland except “ settled Inhabitants, to inherit any Lands in England, &c. $ 4. “ Nor be supplied with Horses, Arms or Ammunition from « England. 05. Scotch Cattle prohibited to be brought into England or Ireland. $6. Lawful to seize and detain Cattle “ so brought in. Ø 7. English Cattle intermixt with Scotch Cattle, 6 and-fo seized, subject to the like Forfeiture. Penalty on Persons “ conspiring to avoid or evade fuch Seizures. Ø 6. General “ Iflue. Treble Cofts. 9. After 25th December 1705, no “ Scotch Coals to be imported into England or Ireland. s 10. “ Nor Scotch Linen. § 11. [Thefe Sellions repealed, 4 Ann.

6.3. § 10.]

XII. Provided always, and be it enacted and declared by the Proviso for LiAuthority aforesaid, That the Commissioners to be named in pur- turgy, &o. suance of this Act, shall not by virtue of such Commission, treat of or concerning any Alteration of the Liturgy, Rites, Ceremonies, Discipline or Government of the Church, as by Law ettablished within this Realm,

CA P. VIII.
An Act to permit the Exportation of Irish Linen Cloth

to the Plantations, and to prohibit the Importation of
Scotch Linen into Ireland.
WHEN

THEREAS in and by an A&t made in the fifteenth Year

of the Reign of His late Majesty King Charles the Second, • intituled; An As for the Encouragement of Trade, it is amongst 15 Car. 2. c. 7,

113

• other $6.

other Things enacted, That no Commodity of the Growth, • Production or Manufacture of Europe, shall be imported into

any Land, Island, Plantation, Colony, Territory or Place, to • His Majesty belonging, or which shall hereafter belong unto, • or be in the Possession of His Majesty, His Heirs and Succeffors, • in Afia, Africa or America, (except as is therein excepted) but • what shall be bona fide, and without Fraud, laden and shipped in England, Wales, or the Town of Berwick upon Tweed, under • the Penalties in the said Act contained: Yet forasmuch as the - Protestant Interest in Her Majesty's Kingdom of Ireland ouglit • to be supported, by giving the utmost Encouragement to the • Linen Manufactures of that Kingdom ;' Her Majesty is graciously pleased, in tender Regard to Her good Protestant Subjects of Her said Kingdom, and for the further Encouragement of the Linen Manufactures thereof, That it may be enacted, and be it enacted by the Queen's Moft Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and

the Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by Au. Irish Linen may thority of the same, That from and after the four and twentieth be transported, Day of June One thousand seven hundred and five, it shall and and sent to the

be lawful to and for any Native or Natives of England or English Planta.

may tions.

Ireland, to lade and ship in any Port of the said Kingdom of Ireland in English built Shipping, whereof the Master and one Moiety of the Mariners, during the present War, and afterwards the Master and three Fourths of the Mariners at least, to be Englijo or Irish, any white or brown Linen Cloth, which Thall be of the Manufacture of the said Kingdom of Ireland, and no other, and the same to transport in such Ships, and so navigated, into any of the faid Lands, Islands, Plantations, Colonies, Territories or Places, and there freely to traffick with, and vend the same; any thing in the faid Act, or in any other Act, to the contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding. [This Part of the da con.

tinued by 3 G. 1.6.21. 1. under the Limitation therein mentioned ) Regulations for II. Provided nevertreless, That no Ship or Vefsel coming to Ship breaking any of the said Lands, INands, Plantations, Colonies, Territories Bulk.

or Places, from the faid Kingdom of Ireland, shall unlade or break Bulk, until the Master or Commander of such Ship or Vessel shall first have made known to the Governor of such Land, Island, Plantation, Colony, Territory or Place, or to fuch Person or Officer as shall be by him thereunto authorized and appointed, the Arrival of the said Ship or Vessel, with her Name, and the Name and Surname of the Master or Commander, and shall have delivered to such Governor or Officer, a true and perfect Inventory or Invoice of the Lading of such Ship or Veffel, together with a Certificate from the Chief Officer of the Port in Ireland, where such Ship or Vefsel shall be laden, exprefling the Particulars of such Lading, with the Names and Abodes of the Exporters, and of two Persons at the least, who shall have made Oath before such Chief Officer, that the said Goods and Linen are bona fide of the Manu

facture of the said Kingdom of Ireland, and until the Master or Oath,

Commander of such Slip or Vessel shall have made Oath before such Governor or Officer, that the said Goods, and every Parcel thereof, are the same Goods that he, the said Master or Com. mander, took on board by virtue of such Certificate as is aforesaid, Lor until such Ship or Vessel shall have been visited and searched

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