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Statute Law Revision (Pre-Union Irish Statutes) Act, 1962

SCHEDULE

Pre-Union Irish Statutes

Session and Chapter

Title or Short Title

Extent of Repeal

1459

37 Hen. 6. c. 1

An Act that Warrants made to the great Seal shall have the Day of their Delivery to the Chancellor, &c. entred, and that the Patents shall bear the Date of that Day.

The whole Act.

1467

7 Edw. 4. c. 2.

An Act that none shall purchase Benefices from Rome.

The whole Act.

1537

28 Hen. 8:

c. 2.

Marriage Act, 1537.

In section 2—

the words “or the brother to marry the brother's wife”;

the words “or his wive's sister”;

the words from “which marriages” to “doe affirm and think”;

the words “this your said land of”;

all words from “and in case any person or persons” to the end of the section.

c. 5.

An Act authorising the King, His Heirs and Successors, to be supreme Head of the Church of Ireland.

The whole Act.

1542

33 Hen. 8:

c. 1.

An Act that the King of England, his Heirs and Successors, be Kings of Ireland.

The whole Act.

c. 6.

Marriage Act, 1542.

The whole Act except the words “No reservation or prohibition (God's law except) shall trouble or impeach any marriage without the levitical degrees”.

c. 10.

An Act for Jointenants.

The whole Act.

33 Hen. 8.

sess. 2. c. 3.

An Act touching Mispleading and Jeoyfailes.

The whole Act.

1556

3 & 4 Phil. & Mar:

c. 2.

An Act whereby the King and Queen's Majesties, and the Heires and Successors of the Queen, be entituled to the Counties of Leix, Slewmarge, Irry, Glinmaliry, and Offaily, and for making the same Countries Shire Grounds.

The whole Act.

c. 11.

An Act whereby certein Offences be made Treasons; and alsoo for the Government of the King and Queen's Majestie's Yssue.

The whole Act.

c. 14.

An Act declarynge that the Regal Power of this Realm is in the Queene's Majestie, as fullie and absolutlie as ever it was in any of her moost noble Progenitours, Kynges of this Realme.

The whole Act.

1560

2 Eliz.:

c. 1.

An Act restoring to the Crown, the auncient Jurisdiction over the State Ecclesiasticall and Spirituall, and abolishing all forreine Power repugnant to the same.

The whole Act.

c. 2.

An Act for the Uniformitie of Common Prayer and Service in the Church and the Administration of the Sacraments.

The whole Act.

c. 6.

An Act whereby certaine Offences be made Treason.

The whole Act.

1570

12 Eliz.:

c. 1.

An Act for the Erection of Free Schooles.

The whole Act.

c. 2.

An Act that Exemplifications shall be of the same Effect and Strength as the Record or Matter exemplified should be.

The whole Act.

1586

28 Eliz. c. 1.

Perjury Act, 1586.

The Preamble.

In the first section—

the words “at any time after the end of the present Parliament”;

the words “of her Majesties courtes of castle chamber, channcerie, chief place courte of common pleas, exchequer, or any other”;

the words “justicer, president, governour”;

the words “mayor, sheriffes, senescalles”;

the words “as well within liberties or without, in this realm of Ireland”;

the words “from and after the end of this present Parliament”;

the words “without baile or mayneprise”;

the words “within this realm of Ireland”;

the words “of this realm”.

In section 2—

the words “after the end of this Parliament”;

the words “without baile or mayneprise”.

In section 3—

the words “the justices of assise and gaol deliverie, in their several circuites”;

the words “both within liberties and without”;

the words “of this realm”.

1613-1615

11, 12 & 13

Jas. I. c. 8.

An Act for the avoyding of privie and secret outlawries of His Majestie's subjects in personall actions.

The whole Act.

1634

10 Chas. 1.

c. 3.

An Act for confirming of letters patent hereafter to be past upon his Majesties commission of grace for the remedy of defective titles.

The whole Act.

10 Chas. 1. sess. 2:

c. 3.

Conveyancing Act, 1634.

In section 2—

the words “after the first day of May next coming”;

the words from “the one moyety” to “limitation of use”;

the words from “wherein no essoine” to “defendants”;

the words “without baile or mainprise”;

In section 11—

the words “after the first day of May next comming”;

the words from “the one moyety” to “things aforesaid”;

the words from “wherein no essoin” to “defendants”;

the words “without baile or mainprise”.

c. 4.

An Act concerning grantees of reversions, to take advantage of breaches of conditions, &c.

The whole Act.

c. 14.

An Act for the continuance of actions after the death of any King.

The whole Act.

c. 17.

An Act that where the plaintiffe is non-suite, the defendant shall recover costs.

The whole Act.

10 Chas. 1. sess. 3

c. 2.

An explanation of a statute made in this present Parliament, intituled, An Act for confirmation of letters patent hereafter to be passed upon his Majesties commission of grace for the remedy of defective titles.

The whole Act.

c. 3.

An Act for securing of the estates of the under-takers, servitors, natives and others holding lands, tenements or hereditaments, in all and every the plantations, made by our late soveraign Lady Queen Elizabeth, or by our late most gracious Lord King James, or the Kings most excellent Majesty that now is, in the severall counties of Waterford, Corke, Limericke, Kerry, Tipperary, Wexford, Wickloe, Kings county, Queens county, Westmeath, Leitrim, Longford, Tyrone, Armagh, Donegall, Fermanagh, Cavan and Londonderry.

The whole Act.

c. 7.

An Act for contentation of debts upon execution.

The whole Act.

c. 15.

Maintenance and Embracery Act, 1634.

In section 2 the words from “the one halfe of” to “debt, bill, plaint or information;”;

In section 3 the words “of the Kings courts” to “Ireland”, and the words from “the one moytie thereof” to “Kings courts”.

1634-1635

10 & 11 Chas. I:

c. 8.

An Act to give costs to the defendant, upon a nonsuite of the plaintiffe, or verdict against him.

The whole Act.

c. 10.

An Act to prevent and punish the abuses in procuring processe and supersedeas of the peace and good behaviour out of his Majesties courts of Chancery and Kings Bench and to prevent abuses in procuring writs of certiorari, &c.

The whole Act.

c. 11.

Common Informers Act, 1634.

The whole Act.

c. 12.

An Act for new executions to be sued against any which hereafter shall be delivered out of execution by privilege of Parliament.

The whole Act.

1639

15 Chas. 1. sess. 2.

c. 6.

An Act for strengthening of letters patent past and to be past, upon any of his Majesties commissions of grace for the remedy of defective titles, etc.

The whole Act.

1662

14 & 15 Chas. 2. sess. 4:

c. 2.

An Act for the better execution of his Majesties gracious declaration for the settlement of his kingdom of Ireland, and satisfaction of the several interests of adventurers, souldiers and other his subjects there.

The whole Act.

c. 10.

An Act for real union and division of parishes, and concerning churches, free-schools and exchanges.

The whole Act.

c. 19.

Tenures Abolition Act, 1662.

In section 6 all words from “other than persons” to “as aforesaid”; all words from “made since” to “to be made”.

c. 21

An Act for increasing the fee of the seal due to the lord chancellor of Ireland.

The whole Act.

1665

17 & 18 Chas. 2:

c. 2.

An Act for the explaining of some Doubts arising upon an Act intituled, An Act for the better Execution of his Majesties gracious Declaration for the Settlement of his Kingdom of Ireland, and Satisfaction of the several Interests of Adventurers, Soldiers and other his Subjects there, and for making some Alterations of and Additions unto the said Act, for the more speedy and effectual Settlement of the said Kingdom.

The whole Act.

c. 6.

An Act for the Uniformity of Publique Prayers and Administration of Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies; and for establishing the Forme of making, ordaining, and consecrating Bishops, Priests and Deacons, in the Church of Ireland.

The whole Act.

c. 11.

An Act to prevent Delays in extending Statutes, Judgments and Recognizances.

The whole Act.

c. 20.

An Act for the trial by Nisi Prius of Issues laid in the City of Dublin and County of Dublin.

The whole Act.

1692

4 Will. & Mar.:

c. 1.

An Act of Recognition, of their Majesties undoubted Right to the Crown of Ireland.

The whole Act.

c. 4.

An Act for taking Affidavits in the Country, to be made use of in the Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer.

The whole Act.

1695

7 Will. 3:

c. 2.

An Act for taking away the Writ de heretico comburendo.

The whole Act.

c. 3.

An Act declaring all Attainders and all other Acts made in the late pretended Parliament, to be void.

The whole Act.

c. 6.

Statute of Distribution, 1695.

Section 10.

In section 11 the words “from and after the fifth day of November, in this present year of our Lord one thousand six hundred ninety and five”.

c. 9.

Profane Oaths Act, 1695.

In section 1 the words “after the fifth day of November, in this present year of our Lord one thousand six hundred ninety and five”.

7 Will. 3:

c. 9.

In section 2 all words from “upon neglect” to “poor of the parish as aforesaid”; the word “and” where it occurs immediately before the words “if the party offending”.

Section 3.

Section 7.

c. 12.

Statute of Frauds, 1695.

Section 1.

In sections 2, 7 and 14, the words from “from and after the said feast day” to “and ninety-six”.

In sections 4 and 12 the words “from and after the said feast day” to “ninety and six”.

In section 10 the words from “from and after the said feast day” to “ninety-six”.

Section 13.

In section 20 from “the prerogative court” to “and other”.

c. 13.

An Act for the more easy discharging of Sheriffs upon their Accounts; and from being Justices of the Peace.

The whole Act.

c. 17.

Sunday Observance Act, 1695.

The whole Act except section 7.

c. 18.

An Act for taking special Bails in the Country, upon Actions and Suits depending in the Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer at Dublin.

The whole Act.

c. 22.

Distress for Rent Act, 1695.

Sections 1 and 2.

1697

9 Will. 3:

c. 2.

An Act for the Confirmation of Articles made at the Surrender of the City of Limerick.

The whole Act.

c. 10.

An Act for the preventing frivolous and vexatious Law-suits; and giving Remedy to the Parties grieved to recover their Costs at Law, in certain Cases, where heretofore no Costs were given.

The whole Act.

9 Will. 3:

c. 13.

An Act for avoiding of vexatious Delays, caused by removing Actions and Sutes out of the inferior Courts.

The whole Act.

1698

10 Will. 3:

c. 7.

An Act for confirming Estates and Possessions held and enjoyed under the Acts of Settlement and Explanation.

The whole Act.

c. 8.

Deer Protection Act, 1698.

In section 5, the words from “from and after” to “ninety-eight”.

c. 10.

An Act for traversing Inquisitions.

The whole Act.

1703

2 Anne

c. 5.

An Act to make it High Treason in this Kingdom to impeach the Succession of the Crown, as limited by several Acts of Parliament.

The whole Act.

1707

6 Anne:

c. 2.

Registration of Deeds Act, 1707.

In section 8 the words from “and that every such register, at the time of his being sworn into the said office” to the end of the section.

Section 9.

In section 10 the words from “every day in the week” to “six in the afternoon”.

Section 11.

Section 16.

c. 7.

Sheriffs Act, 1707.

In section 3 the words “from and after the said sixth day of November in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seven,”.

In section 4 the words “from and after the said sixth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seven,”.

6 Anne:

c. 7.

In section 5 the words “from and after the said sixth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seven,” and the words “and shall be liable to an action, in case of any escape of any person in his or their custody on such measne process or execution, as the sheriff should have been, if the said writ had been executed by him”.

In section 6 the words “from and after the said sixth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seven,” and the words “or marshal of the Four-courts”.

c. 8.

An Act for explaining and limiting the Privileges of Parliament.

The whole Act.

c. 10.

Administration of Justice Act, 1707.

The whole Act except sections 9, 10, 12, 13, 17, 19 and 23; in section 23, all words from “and the auditors” to the end of the section.

c. 14.

An Act to prevent the Disorders that may happen by the marching of Soldiers, and for providing Carriages for the Baggage of Soldiers in their march.

The whole Act.

c. 15.

An Act to supply the Defects, and for the better Execution of an Act, entituled, an Act for the avoiding of privy and secret Outlawries of his Majesty's Subjects in Personal Actions.

The whole Act.

1709

8 Anne:

c. 5.

An Act to prevent Delays of Proceedings at the Assizes and Sessions.

The whole Act.

c. 10.

Registration of Deeds Act, 1709.

Section 6.

1710

9 Anne

c. 6.

Criminal Evidence Act, 1710.

The Title except the words “an Act” and the words “for taking away the Book in all cases”.

The whole Act except section 9.

In section 9 the words “from and after the said last day of September in this present year one thousand seven hundred and ten”.

1712

11 Anne:

c. 2.

Distress for Rent Act, 1712.

In section 7 the words “from and after the five and twentieth day of March, which shall be in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twelve,”.

c. 8.

Sheriffs Act, 1712.

In section 3 the words “after the said sixth day of November one thousand seven hundred and eleven”.

In section 5 the words from “to be recovered in such manner” to the end of the section.

In section 7 the words “from and after the sixth day of December one thousand seven hundred and eleven”.

1715

2 Geo. I:

c. 11.

An Act for reviving and amending an Act, intituled, An Act for Recovery of small Debts in a summary Way, before the Judges of Assize.

The whole Act.

c. 16.

Packing of Tallow Act, 1715.

The whole Act.

c. 17.

Servants Act, 1715.

In section 3 the words “from and after the said twenty-fourth of June one thousand seven hundred and sixteen”.

2 Geo. 1:

c. 17.

In section 6 the words “after the twenty-fourth day of June one thousand seven hundred and sixteen,”, and the words from “one moiety of every such forfeiture” to the end of the section.

In section 7 the words from “to the person informing” to the words “for such offence”.

Section 19.

1717

4 Geo. 1:

c. 5.

Distress for Rent Act, 1717.

In section 1 the words “from and after the twenty-fifth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventeen,”.

An Act for vesting in His Majesty, His Heirs and Successors, the several Lands, Tenements, and Hereditaments, whereon the Barracks in this Kingdom are built, or building or contracted for, and whereon Light-Houses are or shall be built: and for making reasonable Satisfaction to the several Owners and Proprietors for the same; and likewise for amending an Act made in the sixth year of her late Majesty's reign, intituled, An Act to prevent the Disorders that may happen by the marching of Soldiers, and for providing Carriages for the Baggage of Soldiers in their March.

The whole Act.

c. 8.

An Act to oblige all Officers to return a List of their Fees by a Day certain.

The whole Act.

c. 13.

An Act for explaining and amending an Act of Parliament made in the ninth Year of his late Majesty King William, intituled, An Act for the preventing frivolous and vexatious Law Suits; and giving Remedy to the Parties grieved to recover their Costs at Law in certain Cases, where heretofore no Costs were given.

The whole Act.

1719

6 Geo. I.

c. 5.

An Act for exempting the Protestant Dissenters of this Kingdom from certain Penalties, to which they are now subject.

The whole Act, except section 14; in section 14, the words “after the first day of January one thousand seven hundred and nineteen”.

1721

8 Geo. I:

c. 5.

Boundaries Act, 1721.

In section 1 the words “from and after the first day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twenty-one” and the words “with treble costs”.

c. 6.

An Act for the further amendment of the law, and for continuing and amending several acts near expiring.

The whole Act.

1723

10 Geo. 1:

c. 10.

Sale of Livestock Act, 1723.

Preamble.

In section 1 the words “from and after the first day of February one thousand seven hundred and twenty-three”; the word “other” where that word first occurs; the words “as aforesaid”; the words “and that no butcher or other person shall buy or contract for cattle or sheep on the road coming to market within six miles of such market;”; the words “to be paid to the informer and”.

1725

12 Geo. 1:

c. 3.

Marriage Act, 1725.

Section 1.

c. 4.

Sheriffs Act, 1725.

In section 2 the words “from and after the twenty-fifth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twenty-six”.

12 Geo. 1:

c. 4

In section 5 the words “from and after the twenty-fifth day of April one thousand seven hundred and twenty-six”.

In section 7 the words “from and after the twenty-fifth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twenty-six”, and from the words “a moiety whereof” to the words “sue for the same”.

1727

1 Geo. 2.

c. 8.

An Act for preventing inconveniencies that may happen by privilege of Parliament.

The whole Act.

1729

3 Geo. 2:

c. 9.

Sheriffs Act, 1729.

In the title the words from “for the further explaining” to “one year; and” and the words from “and to take away” to the end of the title.

In section 2 the words “from and after the first day of May one thousand seven hundred and thirty”.

Section 3.

c. 15.

An Act for the more speedy tryal of criminals in the county of the city of Dublin, and county of Dublin.

The whole Act.

1731

5 Geo. 2:

c. 4.

Security of Trade Act, 1731.

In the title all words from “for the further” to “leases; and”.

In section 10 the words “from and after the first day of May one thousand seven hundred and thirty two”, and the words “in the kingdom of Ireland”.

5 Geo. 2:

c. 4.

In section 11 the words from “from and after” to “and thirty two”; the words from “one half thereof to be given” to the words “parish where such offence shall be committed”; and the words “without bail or mainprize”.

c. 9.

An Act to encourage the improvement of barren and waste land and boggs and planting of timber trees and orchards.

The whole Act.

1733

7 Geo. 2:

c. 5.

An Act for the Amendment of the Law in relation to Popish Solicitors; and for remedying other Mischiefs in relation to the Practitioners in several Courts of Law and Equity.

The whole Act.

c. 14.

An Act for the Relief of Mortgagees; and for making the Process in Courts of Equity more effectual against Mortgagors, who abscond and cannot be served therewith, and against Persons, who being served refuse to appear; and also for better regulating the Payment of the Fees of Attornies and Solicitors.

The whole Act.

1735

9 Geo. 2:

c. 8.

Tippling Act, 1735.

In section 1 the words from “from and after” to “and thirty six”.

c. 9.

An Act for better ascertaining the Gauge and Measure of Barrels and Half-barrels, used by Brewers in selling Beer, Ale, and Small Beer.

The whole Act.

1737

11 Geo. 2:

c. 5.

An Act to explain and amend an Act, intituled, An Act for preventing Inconveniencies that may happen by Privilege of Parliament.

The whole Act.

c. 6.

An Act that all Proceedings in Courts of Justice within this Kingdom shall be in the English Language.

The whole Act.

1739

13 Geo. 2:

c. 9.

An Act for explaining and amending an Act for the Relief of Mortgagees; and for the perpetuating the Testimony of Witnesses in Suits in Equity; and for impowering the Dean and Chapter of the Holy Trinity or Christ-Church Dublin to grant to his Majesty for any Term of Years the Rooms over the Room commonly called the Exchequer Chamber and other Rooms therein mentioned; and for amending a Misnomer in an Act to enable Charles Coote, Esquire, to raise Portions for younger Children.

The whole Act.

c. 12.

An Act for continuing and amending the Laws now in force in Relation to Butter and Tallow, and the Casks in which such Goods are to be made up, and for the curing of Hides and making up Beef and Pork for Exportation; and for preventing the Destruction of Salmon.

The whole Act.

1741

15 Geo. 2:

c. 7.

An Act for the better Regulation of Partnerships to encourage the Trade and Manufactures of this Kingdom.

The whole Act.

c. 8.

Distress for Rent Act, 1741.

In section 1 the words “from and after the first day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty two”.

In sections 3, 6 and 7 the words “from and after the said first day of May one thousand seven hundred and forty two”.

In section 5 the words from “from and after” to “and forty two”.

1743

17 Geo. 2:

c. 5.

Slaughter of Cattle Act, 1743.

In the title the words from “to amend” to “Cattle, and”.

In section 4 the words “from and after the twenty fifth day of March one thousand seven hundred and forty four”.

c. 10.

An Act to prevent the pernicious Practice of burning Land, and for the more effectual destroying of Vermin.

The whole Act.

1745

19 Geo. 2.

c. 12.

Municipal Corporations Act, 1745.

In section 1 the words “from and after the first day of Trinity term in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty six”.

In sections 2, 4 and 5 the words “from and after the said first day of Trinity term”.

Sections 7, 11, 12, 13.

In section 16 the words “after the said first day of Trinity term”.

1749

23 Geo. 2:

c. 13.

An Act for the better securing the Persons, who have served or hereafter shall serve in the Office of Sheriff in this Kingdom, against the Defaults and Neglects of their Sub-sheriffs and Attornies.

The whole Act.

c. 15.

An Act for continuing and amending an Act passed in the tenth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the First, intituled, An Act regulating Abuses committed in buying and selling of Cattle and Sheep in the several Markets in this Kingdom.

The whole Act.

1751

25 Geo. 2:

c. 13.

Distress for Rent Act, 1751.

In section 4 the words “from and after the last day of Easter term next”.

25 Geo. 2:

c. 13

In section 5 the words “from and after the first day of May next”.

c. 15.

Weights and Measures Act, 1751.

Sections 1 to 3.

Section 5.

In section 6 the words “on or before the said first day of August one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two”; the words “next following the said first day of August one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two”; and the words “before the said first day of August one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two”.

In section 10 the words “from and after the first day of May one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two”; the words “to be paid to the informer”; and the word “respectively” where it first occurs.

In section 12 the words “from and after the said first day of August one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two”.

In section 13 the words “after the said first day of August one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two” and the words from “one moiety to be given” to “parish where such offence shall be committed”.

1755

29 Geo. 2:

c. 12.

An Act to prevent unlawful Combination of Tenants, Colliers, Miners, and others; and the sending of threatening Letters without Names, or with fictitious Names subscribed thereto; and the malicious Destruction of Carriages; and for the more effectual Punishment of wicked Persons, who shall maliciously set fire to Houses or Out-houses; or to Stacks of Hay, Corn, Straw, or Turf; or to Ships or Boats.

The whole Act.

c. 14.

An Act for removing Doubts touching the Presentments of Money in the Court of King's Bench, and for raising of Money for building and repairing Houses of Correction.

The whole Act.

c. 15.

Sheriffs Act, 1755.

In section 3 the words from “from and after” to “fifty-six”.

1759

33 Geo. 2:

c. 14.

An Act for repealing an Act passed in this Kingdom in the eighth Year of the Reign of King George the first, intituled, [An Act for the better securing the Payment of Bankers' Notes] and for providing a more effectual Remedy for the Security and Payment of Debts due by Bankers.

The whole Act.

c. 16.

An Act for the better regulating the Corporation of the City of Dublin and for extending the Power of the Magistrates thereof, and for other Purposes relative to the said City.

The whole Act.

1761

1 Geo. 3:

c. 9.

Gold and Silver Thread Act, 1761.

In section 1 the words “from and after the first day of May one thousand seven hundred and sixty-two,”.

In sections 2, 3, 4 and 6 the words “from and after the said first day of May,”.

In section 5 the words “after the said first day of May”.

c. 17.

Municipal Corporations Act, 1761.

Sections 3, 4 and 5.

1763

3 Geo. 3:

c. 28.

An Act for better preventing the severities and unjust exactions practised by gaolers against their prisoners, and for more effectually supporting prosecutions at the suit of the crown in cases of felony and treason.

The whole Act.

c. 29.

An Act for the more effectual preventing the pernicious practice of burning land.

The whole Act.

1765

5 Geo. 3:

c. 10.

An Act for the more effectually carrying into execution the laws heretofore made to prevent the pernicious practice of burning land.

The whole Act.

c. 17.

Timber Act, 1765.

In section 1 the words “from and after the first day of September one thousand seven hundred and sixty-six”.

In section 2 the words “from the time aforesaid”.

c. 21.

An Act for the better regulating of trials in cases of high treason under the statute of the twenty fifth of Edward the third.

The whole Act.

1770

11 Geo. 3.

c. 7.

An Act for punishing such persons as shall do injuries and violences to the persons or properties of his Majesty's subjects, with intent to hinder the exportation of corn.

The whole Act.

1771

11 & 12 Geo. 3:

c. 11.

An Act for better regulating the Foundling Hospital and Workhouse in the city of Dublin, and increasing the fund for the support thereof; also for making a provision for appointing a Locum Tenens in case of the death or absence of the Lord Mayor, or the President of the Court of Conscience.

The whole Act.

11 & 12 Geo. 3:

c. 21.

An Act to encourage the reclaiming of unprofitable bogs.

The whole Act.

c. 25.

An Act for amending an act for the better regulation of partnerships to encourage the trade and manufacture of this Kingdom.

The whole Act.

c. 34.

An Act for the remitting of prisoners with their indictments by the justices of his Majesty's court of King's Bench to the places, where the crimes were committed.

The whole Act.

1775

15& 16 Geo. 3.

c. 21.

Tumultuous Risings Act, 1775.

In the Preamble all words after “to the general peace”;

In section 2 the words “from and after the first day of March one thousand seven hundred and seventy six”, and the word “pillory”;

In section 5 the word “pillory”;

Section 14;

Section 27;

Section 29.

1777—78

17 & 18 Geo. 3:

c. 44.

An Act to enable the Chief Justice, or other Justice of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, or the Chief Justice, or other Justices of His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas, in the Absence of the Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer to swear the Lord Mayor of the City of Dublin into his Office.

The whole Act.

c. 45.

An Act for the Amendment of the Law, with Respect to Outlawries, returning Special Juries, and the future Effects of Bankrupts in certain Cases.

The whole Act.

1779—80

19 & 20 Geo. 3:

c. 19.

Obstruction of Trade Act, 1779.

Sections 6 to 10.

c. 38.

An Act to prevent vexatious and frivolous arrests, and for other purposes.

The whole Act.

1781—82

21 & 22 Geo. 3:

c. 48.

Calendar Act, 1781.

The whole Act except section 3.

In section 3 all words from “or relate to the continuance” to “demise of the crown”.

c. 50.

An Act for securing the Independency of Judges, and the impartial Administration of Justice.

The whole Act.

c. 51.

An Act to amend an Act, intituled, An Act for remitting of Prisoners, with their Indictments, by the Justices of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, to the Places where the Crimes were committed.

The whole Act.

1783—84

23 & 24 Geo. 3.

c. 22.

An Act for better securing the Monies and Effects of the Suitors of the Court of Chancery, and the Court of Exchequer, by depositing the same in the National Bank; and to prevent the forging and counterfeiting any Draft, Order, or other Voucher, for the Payment or Delivery of such Money or Effects, and for other Purposes.

The whole Act.

1786

26 Geo. 3:

c. 31.

An Act for making more effectual an Act made in the Seventeenth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King Charles the Second, Entitled, An Act to prevent Delays in extending Statutes, Judgments, and Recognizances, and for explaining an Act made in the Tenth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King Charles the First, Entitled, An Act for Contentation of Debts upon Execution.

The whole Act.

c. 43.

Pawnbrokers Act, 1786.

The words “from and after the first day of May one thousand seven hundred and eighty six” or words to the like effect, wherever they occur in the Act.

1787

27 Geo. 3:

c. 15.

Riot Act, 1787.

In section 1 the words “after the twenty-fifth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty seven”.

c. 35.

Game Act, 1787.

In section 10 the words “from and after the said first day of June one thousand seven hundred and eighty seven”.

1788

28 Geo. 3.

c. 24.

An Act for repealing an Act made in the Thirty-third Year of the Reign of King Henry the Eighth, entitled, An Act for the Election of the Lord Justice, and also for the Election of a Lord Justice and Governor of this Realm upon the Event, and in Manner therein mentioned.

The whole Act.

1789

29 Geo. 33:

c. 33

Inland Navigation Act, 1789.

The whole Act.

c. 42.

An Act for the better supplying the Inhabitants of certain Cities and Towns with Water.

The whole Act.

1790

30 Geo. 3:

c. 25.

An Act to amend an Act, Entitled, An Act for promoting the Improvement of Ports and Harbours in this Kingdom.

The whole Act.

c. 37.

An Act to explain and amend an Act passed in the Twenty-ninth Year of the, Reign of His present Majesty, Entitled, An Act for the Promotion and Encouragement of Inland Navigation.

The whole Act.

30 Geo. 3 :

c. 41.

An Act for enabling the Lord High Chancellor, and the Court of Exchequer respectively, to make Orders on the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland for Payment, out of the general Fund of Monies belonging to the Suitors of the Courts of Chancery and Exchequer, the Sum therein mentioned, towards building the principal Courts of Justice at Dublin, and Law Offices, and for amending an Act, Entitled, An Act for better securing the Monies and Effects of the Suitors of the Court of Chancery and Court of Exchequer, by depositing the same in the National Bank, and to prevent the forging and counterfeiting any Draft, Order, or other Voucher, for the Payment or Delivery of such Money or Effects, and for other Purposes.

The whole Act.

1792

32 Geo. 3:

c. 15.

An Act to explain and amend certain Laws relative to Inland Navigations of this Kingdom.

The whole Act.

c. 29.

Tolls Act, 1792.

In section 1 the words “from and after the first of May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two”.

1793

33 Geo. 3:

c. 34.

An Act for the Support of the Honour and Dignity of His Majesty's Crown in Ireland, and for granting to His Majesty a Civil List Establishment, under certain Provisions and Regulations.

The whole Act.

c. 41.

An Act for securing the Freedom and Independence of the House of Commons, by excluding therefrom Persons holding any Offices under the Crown, to be hereafter created, or holding certain Offices therein enumerated, or Pensions for Terms of Years, or during His Majesty's Pleasure.

The whole Act.

33 Geo. 3 :

c. 45.

An Act for the Trial of Treason committed out of the King's Dominions.

The whole Act.

1794

34 Geo. 3.

c. 18.

An Act for reducing the Time of the Imprisonment of Debtors, committed to Prison for small Debts, upon Suits in the Court of Conscience, of the City of Dublin.

The whole Act.

1795

35 Geo. 3:

c. 28.

Collection of Revenue Act, 1795.

The whole Act.

c. 29.

An Act for regulating the Election of Members to serve in Parliament, and for repealing the several Acts therein mentioned.

The whole Act.

1796

36 Geo. III:

c. 1.

An Act for securing the Payment of the Annuities, and of the Interest upon the Principal Sums therein provided for, and towards the Discharge of such Principal Sums in such Manner as therein is directed, and for enabling the Officers of His Majesty's Treasury to receive certain Sums for a limited Time, in Manner therein mentioned, and for granting to His Majesty certain Sums of Money out of the Consolidated Fund, and for applying a certain sum of Money therein mentioned, for the Service of the Year One thousand seven hundred and ninety-six, and for other Purposes.

The whole Act.

c. 26.

An Act for encreasing the salaries of the Chief Justices, and other Judges of his Majesty's Courts of King's Bench, and Common Pleas, and of the Chief Barons, and other Barons of the Courts of Exchequer in this Kingdom.

The whole Act.

36 Geo. 111 :

c. 31

An Act for discontinuing the Judgment which has been required by Law to be given against Women convicted of certain crimes, and substituting another judgment in lieu thereof.

The whole Act.

c. 32.

An Act to amend an Act, passed in Fifteenth and Sixteenth Years of His Majesty's Reign, entitled an Act to prevent and punish tumultuous Risings of Persons within the Kingdom, and for other Purposes therein mentioned.

The whole Act.

c. 38.

Distress Act, 1796.

In section 1 the words “from and after the twenty-fifth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six”.

c. 57.

Canal Bridges Act, 1796.

In section 8 the words “the trustees or directors of such road, if a turnpike road, or if not a turnpike road,”; the words “said directors;” the words“said trustees,”; and the words from “or three or more of the trustees” to the end of the section.

1797

37 Geo. 3:

c. 40.

An Act for the better Prevention and Punishment of Attempts to seduce Persons serving in His Majesty's Forces by Sea or Land from their Duty and Allegiance to His Majesty, or to incite them to Mutiny or Disobedience.

The whole Act.

c. 47.

An Act for the further Regulation of the Election of Members to serve in Parliament.

The whole Act.

1798

38 Geo. 3:

c. 26.

An Act to empower the Justices of Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery, for the County of Dublin, and for the County of the City of Dublin, to continue to hold a Sessions of Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery, begun to be holden before the Essoign Day of Term, notwithstanding the Sitting of the Court of King's Bench, in either of the said Counties, and to enable all Judges of Assize, and Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer, to order persons in execution to attend before them as witnesses.

The whole Act.

c. 36.

An Act for amending an Act passed in the Thirty-third Year of His Majesty's Reign, Entitled, An Act for securing the Freedom and Independence of the House of Commons, by excluding therefrom Persons holding any Offices under the Crown, to be hereafter created, or holding certain Offices therein enumerated, or Pensions for Terms of Years, or during His Majesty's Pleasure.

The whole Act.

c. 39.

An Act for the better ascertaining the Amount, and securing the Payment of the Bills of Cost of Proctors, employed in carrying on, and defending Suits and transacting Business in the High Court of Admiralty, in His Majesty's Court of Prerogative, in the Court of Delegates, and in all Ecclesiastical Courts within the Kingdom of Ireland.

The whole Act.

1799

39 Geo. 3:

c. 19.

An Act for the Repairing of Cathedral Churches in Cases where the Parish Churches have been long in Ruins.

The whole Act.

c. 55.

An Act to promote the Building of New Gaols.

The whole Act.

c. 59.

An Act to enable His Majesty's Forces, under Orders of March, to pass through Turnpikes and over Bridges, Toll free.

The whole Act.

1800

40 Geo. 3:

c. 22.

An Act for the Relief of Bankers who have stopped, or who shall stop Payment, and who have or shall conform to the Directions of the Act of Parliament of the thirty-third of George the Second, called the Bankers' Act.

The whole Act.

c. 24.

An Act for more effectually preventing the burning of Land.

The whole Act.

c. 29.

An Act to regulate the Mode by which the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and the Commons to serve in the Parliament of the United Kingdom on the Part of Ireland, shall be summoned and returned to the said Parliament.

The whole Act.

c. 38.

An Act for the Union of Great Britain and Ireland.

The whole Act.

c. 69.

An Act to enable his Majesty to grant Annuities to the Lord High Chancellor and to the Judges of the Court of King's Bench, Master of the Rolls, Judges of the Courts of Common Pleas and Exchequer, Judge or Commissary of the Court of Prerogative, the Judge of the Court of Admiralty, the Chairman of the Quarter Sessions of the County of Dublin, and Assistant Barristers of the several other Counties, on the Resignation of their respective offices, and to amend an Act passed in the Thirty-sixth Year of his present Majesty, entitled, An Act for encreasing the Salaries of the Chief and other Judges of the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas, and of the Chief Baron, and other Barons of the Court of Exchequer in this Kingdom.

The whole Act.