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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1695Banishing regular clergyTo banish all the Popish clergy by a certain time, and to prohibit any Popish clergy to come into this kingdom from and after Michaelmas next, under certain pains and penalties.Not Enacted
1695Suppressing friaries and banishing regular clergy ('Bishops' banishment act')For suppressing all friaries, monasteries, nunneries and other Popish convents, and for banishing all regulars of the Popish clergy out of this kingdom.9 William III c.1
1695Confirming articles of LimerickFor the confirmation of the articles made at the surrender of the city of Limerick.9 William III c.2
1697Protestants turning PapistsTo prevent Protestants turning Papists, and converts from being reconciled to the Church of Rome.Not Enacted
1703To prevent Popish priests entering IrelandTo prevent Popish priests from coming into this kingdom.2 Anne c.3
1703To prevent the further growth of PoperyTo prevent the further growth of Popery in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1703Registration of Popish clergyFor registering the Popish clergy.2 Anne c.7
1703To prevent the further growth of PoperyTo prevent the further growth of Popery.2 Anne c.6
1705To prevent the further growth of PoperyFor the explaining and enforcing an act to prevent the further growth of Popery.Not Enacted
1705Registration of Popish clergyTo explain and amend an act entitled an act for registering the Popish clergy.4 Anne c.2
1707To prevent the further growth of PoperyFor the explaining and amending an act, intituled an act to prevent the further growth of Popery.Not Enacted
1707Disarming PapistsFor explaining and amending an act, intituled an act for the better securing the government by disarming of Papists.Not Enacted
1707Securing Protestant religion against PoperyFor the better securing the Protestant religion and interest in this kingdom against Popery.Not Enacted
1709To prevent the further growth of PoperyFor explaining and amending an act, entitled, an act to prevent the further growth of Popery.8 Anne c.3
1710Instruction of Irish Papists in English, and in principles of Church of IrelandFor the more effectual instructing the Irish Papists in the English tongue, and in the principles of the Church of Ireland as by law established.Not Enacted
1715To prevent the further growth of PoperyFor the further explaining and amending of several acts of parliament to prevent the further growth of Popery.Not Enacted
1719To prevent the further growth of PoperyFor securing the Protestant interest of this kingdom by further amending the several acts of parliament made against Papists and to prevent the further growth of Popery.Not Enacted
1721To prevent the further growth of PoperyFor explaining and amending the several acts to prevent the further growth of Popery.Not Enacted
1721Securing the Protestant interestFor the further security of the Protestant interest in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1723Granting further time to Roman Catholics of Limerick to give securityFor further granting further time to the Roman Catholic inhabitants of Limerick to enter into security for themselves, their wives, children, and servants, pursuant to an act to prevent the further growth of Popery.Not Enacted
1723To prevent the further growth of PoperyFor explaining and amending the acts to prevent the growth of Popery, and for strengthening the Protestant interest of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1725Against Popish priestsFor restraining the number of Popish priests and regulars coming into this kingdom.Not Enacted
1727Popish minorsTo more effectually provide for the guardianship of Popish minors, and to prevent their being bred Papists.Not Enacted
1729Securing Protestant religion and interestFor better securing the Protestant religion and interest of this kingdom, against the further attempts of the Papists.Not Enacted
1731Disarming PapistsFor rendering more effectual an act entitled an act for the better securing the government, by disarming Papists.Not Enacted
1731Registration of Popish clergyTo explain and amend an act entitled an act for registering the Popish clergy.Not Enacted
1731To prevent the further growth of Popery, and for obliging converts to educate children as ProtestantsFor the better putting in execution the several laws and statutes made in this kingdom for banishing regulars and Papists exercising ecclesiastical jurisdictions and for preventing the growth of Popery and for the more effectual obliging converts and guardians to educate children in the Protestant religion.Not Enacted
1733Preventing converts married to Popish wives becoming justices of peaceTo prevent persons converted from the Popish to the Protestant religion and married to Popish wives, from acting as justices of the peace.7 George II c.6
1739Disarming PapistsTo explain, amend, and make more effectual an act passed in the 7th year of the reign of his late majesty King William III, of glorious memory, entitled, an act for the better securing the government by disarming Papists.13 George II c.6
1739Restraining Papists from being constablesTo restrain Papists from being high or petty constables.Not Enacted
1745Registration of Popish clergyTo explain and amend an act, entitled, an act for registering the Popish clergy.Not Enacted
1755Registration of Popish clergyFor a register of Popish priests.Not Enacted
1757Registration of Popish clergyFor a general registry of Popish priests.Not Enacted
1769Maintenance of Popish priests converted to the Protestant religionFor explaining and amending an act made in the 8th year of the reign of her late majesty Queen Anne entitled an act for explaining and amending an act entitled an act to prevent the further growth of Popery so far only as the same makes a provision for the maintenance of Popish priests converted to the Protestant religion within the time thereby prescribed.Not Enacted
1771BMaintenance of Popish priests converted to the Protestant religionFor explaining and amending an act made in the 8th year of the reign of her late majesty Queen Anne entitled an act for explaining and amending an act entitled an act to prevent the further growth of Popery so far only as the same makes a provision for the maintenance of Popish priests converted to the Protestant religion within the time thereby prescribed.11 & 12 George III c.27
1771BPoperyFor the better encouragement of persons professing the Popish religion to become Protestants, and for the further improvement of the kingdom.Not Enacted
1773Encouraging Papists to become ProtestantsFor the better encouragement of persons professing the Popish religion to become Protestants, and for the further improvement of the kingdom.Not Enacted
1777Catholic relief (Luke Gardiners act)For the relief of his majesty's subjects of the Popish religion.17 & 18 George III c.49
1777Rendering conformity from Popish to Protestant religion easierTo render the manner of conforming from the Popish to the Protestant religion more easy and expeditious.Not Enacted
1779Rendering conformity from Popish to Protestant religion easierFor the advancement of the Protestant religion, by rendering the manner of conforming from Popery more easy and expeditious.Not Enacted
1779Maintenance of Popish priests converted to the Protestant religionFor explaining an act made in the 8th year of the reign of her late majesty Queen Anne entitled an act for explaining and amending an act to prevent the further growth of Popery, so far only as the same makes a provision for the maintenance of Popish priests converted to the Protestant religion.19 & 20 George III c.39
1781Qualification of office holdersTo regulate the qualification of persons appointed to offices in this kingdom, wherein two or more grantees act under grant, commission or appointment.21 & 22 George III c.33
1781Popish educationFor the better regulating the education of Papists or persons professing the Popish religion.Not Enacted
1781Rendering conformity from Popish to Protestant religion easierTo render the manner of conforming from the Popish to the Protestant religion more easy and expeditious.21 & 22 George III c.26
1781Relief for those professing the Popish religionFor the further relief of his majesty's subjects of this kingdom professing the Popish religion.21 & 22 George III c.24
1781Popish education and guardianshipTo allow persons professing the Popish religion to teach school in this kingdom, and for regulating the education of Papists, and also to repeal parts of several laws relative to the guardianship of their children.21 & 22 George III c.62
1789Maintenance of Popish priests converted to the Protestant religionFor explaining an act made in the 8th year of the reign of her late majesty Queen Anne entitled an act for explaining and amending an act to prevent the further growth of Popery, so far only as the same makes a provision for the maintenance of Popish priests converted to the Protestant religion.Not Enacted
1792Relief for those professing the Popish religion (Sir Hercules Langrishes act)To remove certain restraints and disabilities therein mentioned, to which his majesty's subjects professing the Popish religion are now subject.32 George III c.21
1793Roman Catholic relief (Hobarts act)For the relief of his majesty's Roman Catholic subjects of Ireland.33 George III c.21
1795Roman Catholic reliefFor further relief of his majesty's Popish or Roman Catholic subjects of Ireland.Not Enacted