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-C. 82. prevents frauds in the sale of grain in 586.3. c.82. Ireland, by making any corn, &c. spoiled or adul. terated, or rotten or damaged, which shall be sold or offered for sale, liable to forfeiture, and every person guilty of any such fraud liable to a penalty of 40 shillings.
-0.90. U. K. amends the 51 Geo.3. c.1. (which respects the administration of the royal authority, &c. during his majesty's illness, &c.) by encreasing the number of her majesty's council ; and by providing for the mode of summoning parliament in the several events therein mentioned. —c. 91. E. provides for appointing commis
c. 91. sioners to inquire concerning charities in England for the education of the poor.
--Ċ. 93. U. K. enacts that no bill of exchange or promissory note, that shall be drawn or made after the passing of this act, (June 10, 1818) shall, though it may have been given for an usurious consideration, &c. be void in the hands of an indorsee for valuable consideration, without notice, &c.
-c. 95. E. and W. regulates the place, time, and mode of electing coroners in England and Wales. -c. 98.U.K. explains and amends the 51 Geo.3.
c. 98. c. 23. which respects the abolition of the slave trade.
The table of such statutes as are abridged or referred to in the Supplement, is prefixed to the Index: and it is to be observed that the duration of acts, as well as the statutes which continue or perpetuate others, will be found by reference to the chronological tables ; which
of the plan of the work, though detailed in the pre
face, has appeared to me to have not been sufficiently understood.
This Supplement and Preface exhibit some instances of statutes, which were originally framed with relation to England or Great Britain, being by subsequent statutes extended to Ireland; but it appears to me to be desirable that this principle of assimilation should have been acted upon to a greater extent; and I should hope that the next parliament may take the subject into its consideration, and not satisfy itself with a gradual or piecemeal assimilation of the laws of the respective parts of the united kingdom ; in those cases,, I mean, where they are not rendered peculiar by local circumstances : I presume also to hope, that these labours of mine may be subservient to this good purpose, amongst others.
ABRIDGED IN THE SUPPLEMENT.
The statutes marked thus are but partially abridged.
fc. in the first column means “ and to the end of the next session of parliament," and in the third column, (&c.) after the figures, supplies the words “ and in pages immediately following."
U. K. in the second column means that the act extends to the united kingdom ; G. B. Great Britain ; E. England ; E & W. England and Wales ; E. &c. England, Wales and Berwick ; S. Scotland ; I. Ireland.
The statutes are perpetual, or their duration indefinite, unless otherwise mentioned in the first column, or in the botton notes,
To what part of the Pošt Union Acts. united kingdom ex.. Subject matter. Pages where founda
tending or relating. GEORGE III. 52 Geo. 3. c. 12.
Naval stores embezzling, 361 c. 17.in force to June 15, 1818, by 57)
Watching and warding, 38€, &c,
Wandering soldiers, 431
Infant suitors' stock transferred, 322
Insolvent debtors, 295, &c.
Local militia, 158, &c.
Commissioners of military accounts, 8 *c. 52.
Commissioners of public accounts, 8
Coadjutors of bishops, 510
Embezzling securities deposited, 439, &c,
Assessments for poor, 84
Commissioners of appeals, 29
Charitable trusts, 309
Charitable donations registered, 190
Unlawful oaths, 368
County rates. Bridges, &c. 83
Malicious mischief, 373
Counterfeiting tokens, &c. 336, &c. 44 1G, B. Revenue offerces capital, 423, &c. 4419.
&c. 452-3 462-4 5 Revived and continued by 54 Geo. 3. c. 52, during restrictions on payments in cash.
c. 62. c. 63.
c. 116. c. 130,
Post Union Acts.
52 Geo, 3. c. 144.
c. 146, c. 155. c. 156. c. 157.
To what part of the
Bankrupts' seats in parliament, 212
Register of births, marriages, &c. 181
Dissenters relieved, 328
Aiding escape of prisoners of war, 363
Infant suitors', &c. stock transferred, 322
E. & W. *c. 161.
E. 53 Geo. 3. c. 13.
U. K. *c. 20.
E. *c. 24.
E. c. 54,
I. c. 66.
I. c. 71.
G, B. c. 89.
*c. 77. *c 81.
Parochial relief. Poor prisoners, 45
Issuing, &c. of tokens restrained, 343
Counterfeiting tokens. 353
Tithes, 150. 224-5.228, &c.
Bank of England notes, iinitating, 450 Annuities registered, 207 to 212 Post roads, 2 Admiralty registrar, 454 Judges' pensions, 29 Ship owners' responsibility, 237, &c. Dissenters relieved. Heresy. Blasphe
503 Issuing, &c. of tokens restrained, 345 Militia, 106 Accountant general of chancery, 326 Scats in parliament vacated, 7 Insolvent debtors, 287, &c,
Inhancing notes. Depreciating notes,
516 Copyright. Models and casts of busts,
205, &c. Embezzletpent. Cordage. 362 Public infirmaries or hospitals, 87
# In force during restrictions on payments in cash,
|To what part of the TT Post Union Acts, united kingdom ex- Subject matter, Pages where found,
tending or relating 54 Geo. *. c. 68.
Ecclesiastical courts. Tithes. Church
rates, 152, 225-8, &c, 511
Crown lands. Forgery. 33. 452
Michaelmas quarter sessions, 467
Personating soldiers, Forgery, &c, 462
Bridges, &c maintained, 82
Overseers of the poor, 84
Judges' annuities, Ireland, 29
Apprentices, &c. 172
Child stealing, 439
Parish apprentices, &c. $4
Highways. Statute duty, 59
Fever hospitals, 87
Insolvent debtors, 29.)
Burning land, 431
Wages recovered, 170
Churches. Church yards, 149
223 *c. 133. G. B.
Stamps, Forgery, 454
Attainder for felony, 507
Sentence in high treason, 505
Copyright. Books, 200, &c.
Regulation of ports, barbours, &c. 30,&c.
Attestation of deeds, &c. in exccution of *c. 170.
powers, 196 E & W
Settlement of poor, &c, 508, &c,
Peace preservation, 377, &c,
Prisoners escaping 55 Geo. 3. c. 13.
Warrants, 469, 1. Superintending magistrates. Coustables
Examiners of measures, 426, &c.
Lunatics. Paupers. Criminals, 35
Clergymen. Gaols, fc, 45
&c. 490, &
Gaol fees abolished, 45. 486, &c.
Highways, 57, &c.
Costs. Witnesses. Felony, 489
Gaols building, 46
Stamp duties. Forgery, 460
Master of the Rolls. Six-clerks, 179
Naval and ordnance stores. Embezzling, c. 134.
Pre-emption of ore, 35
County bridges, 82
Exchange of glebes, 152, &c.
324 c. 158. I.
Constables, compensation to, 05. 470 *c. 161.
Stamp duties. Forgery, 460
Stamp duties, Forgery, 455
Stamp duties. Forgery. 453. 465
E. & I. 56 Geo. 3. c. 5.
Wills. Copyholds, 198, &c.
+ In force for one year from the end of the session of 1817, by 57 Geo, 3, 4, 50.