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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1692Additional dutyFor an additional duty of excise upon beer, ale and other liquors.4 William & Mary c.3
1692AffidavitsFor taking affidavits in the country, to be made use of in the courts of king's bench, common pleas, and exchequer.4 William & Mary c.4
1692James BarryTo enable [James Barry] to raise any sum of money, not exceeding 4,000, for paying his debts and the debts of his father.Not Enacted
1692Colonel John Browne [and Galway?; check]Whereby several of the said Roman Catholics estates are charged with a great sum of money to one John Browne.Not Enacted
1692Confirming acts of settlement and explanationConfirming the acts of settlement and explanation and the resolution of doubts by the lord lieutenant and council upon the said acts.Not Enacted
1692Granting duties for one yearFor granting to their majesties certain duties for one year.Not Enacted
1692Encouragement of foreign Protestants to settle in IrelandFor encouragement of Protestant strangers to settle in the kingdom of Ireland.4 William & Mary c.2
1692Frauds and perjuriesTo prevent frauds and perjuries.Not Enacted
1692Bill of indemnityOf indemnity for certain persons therein named.Not Enacted
1692Intestates' estatesFor the better settling of intestates estates.Not Enacted
1692Annulling attainders of parliament of James IIDeclaring all attainders and all other acts made in the late pretended parliament to be void.Not Enacted
1692MilitiaFor the settling of the militia in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1692MinesTo encourage the opening and working of mines.Not Enacted
1692MutinyFor punishing officers or soldiers who shall mutiny or desert their majesties service.Not Enacted
1692Recognition of King William and Queen Mary's title to crownOf recognition of their majesties undoubted title to the crown of Ireland.4 William & Mary c.1
1692Summary hearings for small debts and damagesTo empower the respective judges in their circuits, and in the Palatinate of Tipperary, in a summary and cheap way to determine all differences between part and part in matters of debt, not exceeding 10 and in matters for damage, not exceeding 5.Not Enacted
1692Ease of Protestant Dissenters[For ease of Protestant Dissenters.]Not Enacted
1692Exempting Protestant Dissenters from the penalty of certain lawsTo exempt Protestant Dissenters from the penalty of certain laws.Not Enacted
1692Vexatious suits against persons who acted for their majesties' serviceFor the prevention of vexatious suits that may be brought against any person who acted in this kingdom for their majesties' service.Not Enacted
1692Francis Stafford, Edmund StaffordFor disabling Francis Stafford to disinherit his son Edmund Stafford, or to dispose of, leave or charge the estate settled on the said Francis, and the heirs male of his body, by Sir Edmund Stafford, otherwise than in this present act is contained.Not Enacted
1692Holy daysAbrogating holy days.Not Enacted
1692MilitiaFor settling the militia of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1692MutinyFor punishing officers and soldiers who shall mutiny or desert their majesties service.Not Enacted
1692Sunday observance[For restraint of vice and profaneness on the Lords Day, and reformation of manners, both in the clergy and laity.]Not Enacted
1692Additional dutyFor an additional duty of excise upon beer, ale and other liquors, and for repealing part of an act made in the 14th year of King Charles II, entitled an act for the improvement of his majesty's revenues upon the granting of licences for the selling of beer and ale.Not Enacted
1695Sir Maurice Eustace's endowment of rectoriesFor settling certain rectories, according to the will of Sir Maurice Eustace, late lord chancellor of Ireland.9 William III c.12 (private)
1695Benefit of clergyTo take away the benefit of clergy from him that doth stab another, not having a weapon drawn.7 William III c.11
1695Quit, crown and composition rentsFor making the collectors receipts for quit rent, crown rent and other rents due to the crown, full and legal discharges for the same, and for limiting their fees thereon.9 William III c.6
1695James FitzgeraldTo enable James Fitzgerald, esquire, to pay his debts.Not Enacted
1695Restraining foreign educationTo restrain foreign education.7 William III c.4
1695Frauds and perjuriesFor preventing of frauds and perjuries.7 William III c.12
1695Relief of creditors against fraudulent devisesFor relief of creditors against fraudulent devises.Not Enacted
1695GamingAgainst deceitful, disorderly and excessive gaming.Not Enacted
1695Grand jury presentmentsTo prevent the illegal raising of money on the country by grand juries and otherwise.Not Enacted
1695Liberty of the subjectFor the better securing the liberty of the subject and for prevention of imprisonment beyond the seas.Not Enacted
1695Leonard HatfieldTo enable [Leonard Hatfield, gentleman] to sell his estate for payment of his debts contracted in the late troubles.Not Enacted
1695Sir George HerbertOn behalf of Sir George Herbert.Not Enacted
1695Holy daysDeclaring which days in the year shall be observed as holy days.7 William III c.14
1695Improvement of breed of horses, and destruction of verminFor the improvement of the breed of horses, and destruction of vermin.Not Enacted
1695Intestates estatesFor the better settlement of intestates estates.7 William III c.6
1695Annulling attainders of parliament of James IIDeclaring all attainders and all other acts made in the late pretended parliament in Ireland to be void.7 William III c.3
1695William JephsonTo enable William Jephson, esquire, to sell part of his estate for payment of his debts contracted in the late troubles.9 William III c.5 (private)
1695Coal duty for Sir Humphry JervisFor imposing a duty on coals for the satisfaction of a debt due to Sir Humphry Jervis.Not Enacted
1695Tenure of judges' employmentThat the judges may hereafter hold their places quam diu se bene gesserint.Not Enacted
1695Walter KennedyTo enable [Walter Kennedy] to raise money to pay some debts and discharge some encumbrance.Not Enacted
1695Linen and hempFor encouragement of the linen and hempen manufacture and trade of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1695Linen act indemnityTo indemnify the subject from any pains or penalties already risen or hereafter to arise, for or by reason of the statute made in the 17th and 18th years of the reign of the late King Charles II, entitled, an act for the advancement of the linen.Not Enacted
1695Little Oath or Oxford OathTo abrogate an oath, commonly called the Little Oath, or Oxford Oath, as to all corporations.Not Enacted
1695Redress of inconvenience caused by decease overseas or absenceFor redress of inconveniencies for want of proof of the deceases of persons beyond the seas, or absenting themselves, upon whose lives estates do depend.7 William III c.8
1695Regulation of measuresFor the better regulating measures in and throughout this kingdom.7 William III c.24
1695MilitiaFor establishing a militia in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1695MinesConcerning mines.Not Enacted
1695Samuel MorrisTo enable Samuel Morris, esquire, to charge or sell part of his estate for payment of his debts.9 William III c.11 (private)
1695Enjoining oaths on persons not yet obligedTo enjoin the oaths and declaration on such other persons not yet obliged by the act made in England, 3 Gul. & Mariae.Not Enacted
1695Oaths for members of parliamentFor enjoining all the lords and commons, who now sit, or hereafter shall sit in parliament, in this kingdom of Ireland, and all others, to take the oaths, and subscribe the declaration.Not Enacted
1695Oliver JonesFor settlement of the estate of Oliver Jones, esquire, according to his will.Not Enacted
1695James, duke of OrmondFor vesting certain manors, lands and tenements belonging to James, duke of Ormonde, in Ireland, in trustees to be sold, and enabling the said duke to make leases for raising of money to discharge the debts and encumbrances of his grandfather, the late duke of Ormonde, charged on his estate in Ireland, and likewise for raising portions for the younger daughters, which the said duke may happen to have, and securing the jointure of the present duchess.7 William III c.1 (private)
1695John Ormesby, Gilbert OrmesbyTo enable John Ormesby, esquire, to raise 3,000 to make good an agreement and decree in chancery between him and Gilbert Ormesby.9 William III c.3 (private)
1695Parents of bastard childrenFor the punishment of the mother and reputed father of a bastard.Not Enacted
1695Parish union and divisionFor the real union and division of parishes.Not Enacted
1695Parish union and divisionFor reviving a statute for the real union and division of parishes.Not Enacted
1695Sir Laurence Parsons, William ParsonsFor enabling Sir Laurence Parsons, baronet, and William Parsons, esquire, his son and heir apparent, to sell certain lands, tenements and tithes for payment of debts.9 William III c. 4 (private)
1695Peers' proxiesTo enable all peers of this kingdom, who sit in either house of parliament in England, or take the oaths there in chancery, to make their proxies (notwithstanding they do not take the oaths here at the clerks table, as is enacted by the English act).Not Enacted
1695Pewter and brassFor redress of certain abuses in making of pewter and brass.Not Enacted
1695Poll taxFor granting a supply to his majesty by raising money by a poll and otherwise.7 William III c.15
1695William PonsonbyTo enable Colonel William Ponsonby to settle a jointure on his wife, and raise portions for younger children.9 William III c.8 (private)
1695Poor reliefFor relief of the poor of the several parishes of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1695Preservation of house dovesFor preservation of house doves and tame pigeons.Not Enacted
1695Preservation of gameFor preserving the game.Not Enacted
1695Releasing poor prisonersFor releasing poor prisoners.Not Enacted
1695Protestants intermarrying with PapistsTo prevent Protestants intermarrying with Papists.9 William III c.3
1695Ignatius PurcellTo enable [Ignatius Purcell, gentleman] to sell or mortgage his estate, or part thereof, for payment of his just debts.Not Enacted
1695Papist property in corporationsTo secure Protestants who purchased houses or lands in corporations from Papists, and to enable Papists to sell their interests in corporations, etc.Not Enacted
1695Abel RamFor Abel Ram.Not Enacted
1695Sir Arthur RawdonEnabling Sir Arthur Rawdon, baronet, to sell certain lands for the payment of debts.Not Enacted
1695Church buildingFor building and repairing churches, and enclosing church yards, and provision for the poor.Not Enacted
1695Reviving expired statutesFor reviving two statutes lately expired and making them perpetual, and for avoiding unnecessary suits and delays.7 William III c.7
1695Sir John Everard; Henry, earl of RomneyFor confirming the attainders of Sir John Everard and several other persons, and also for the confirmation of several grants made to Henry, earl of Romney.Not Enacted
1695Sale of officesA bill, made in England, 5th and 6th of Edward VI, entitled an act against the buying and selling of offices.Not Enacted
1695Francis, Lord Viscount Shannon; Richard Boyle; Elizabeth BoyleTo empower Francis, Lord Viscount Shannon, and Richard Boyle, esquire, grandson to the said Lord Shannon, to settle a rent charge of 500 a year on Mrs Elizabeth Boyle, as a jointure.7 William III c.5 (private)
1695Roger SheilTo prevent the disinheriting of Roger Sheil, gentleman.Not Enacted
1695Sheriffs' accountsFor the more easy discharging of sheriffs upon their accounts, and from being justices of the peace.7 William III c.13
1695Recovery of small debtsFor the more easy recovery of small debts in a summary way.Not Enacted
1695Special bailsFor taking special bails in the country.7 William III c.18
1695Sir George St GeorgeTo empower Sir George St George, surviving trustee mentioned in the settlement on his marriage with one of the daughters of Sir Oliver St George, deceased, to sell some small parcel of land and impropriations for payment of 700 debts, and that the residue of the money, raised by such sale, may be laid out for the purchase of other lands more contiguous.Not Enacted
1695Sir Edmond Stafford, Francis EchlinFor settling divers lands and hereditaments in the county of Antrim, in the kingdom of Ireland, formerly the inheritance of Sir Edmond Stafford, knight, deceased, and by him conveyed to his nephew, Francis Echlin and the heirs males of his body, taking upon them the name of Stafford, upon such trustees, and with and under such provisoes and limitations as are expressed or contained in the said act.7 William III c.4 (private)
1695Sunday observanceFor the better observation of the Lords Day, commonly called Sunday.7 William III c.17
1695Cursing and swearingFor the more effectual suppressing profane cursing and swearing.7 William III c.9
1695Planting treesFor planting and preserving of timber trees.Not Enacted
1695Planting and preserving timber treesFor the planting and preserving of woods and timber trees in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1695Unlawful cutting of wood, and export of timberFor punishing unlawful cutting, stealing, stripping or spoiling of wood, underwood, bark, young trees, and against exportation of timber, and ploughing and harrowing with withs or gads. [20 Nov. 1695]Not Enacted
1695County palatine of TipperaryConcerning fines in the county palatine of Tipperary.7 William III c.20
1695County palatine of TipperaryFor granting tales on trials to be had in the court of the county palatine of Tipperary before the seneschal.7 William III c.19
1695TithesFor recovery of tithes.Not Enacted
1695TithesFor the better payment of tithes.Not Enacted
1695Tithings, oblations and mortuaries[For reviving] an act made in Ireland of the 17th and 18th of King Charles II, entitled an act concerning tithings, oblations and mortuaries.Not Enacted
1695Ease of protestant dissentersFor ease to dissenters.Not Enacted
1695Toll of grain in DublinFor ascertaining the toll of all sorts of grain to be taken by the city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1695Tories and rapparees, and robberies and burglariesFor the better suppressing of tories, robbers and rapparees, and for preventing robberies, burglaries and other heinous crimes.7 William III c.21
1695Additional customFor granting unto his majesty an aid or additional custom on the several goods and merchandises therein mentioned.7 William III c.16
1695Additional dutyFor an additional duty of excise upon beer, ale and other liquors.7 William III c.1
1695Additional dutyFor continuing the statute for an additional excise upon beer, ale and other liquors.7 William III c.23
1695Earl of Limerick; Lord Slane; earl of AthloneFor confirming the outlawries and attainders of William Dongan, late earl of Limerick, and Christopher, late lord baron of Slane, and for the confirming of several grants and letters patents made and granted to Godart, earl of Athlone.7 William III c.3 (private)
1695AttainderFor attainting such as died or were killed in the late rebellion, or were made prisoners of war.Not Enacted
1695BalfourTo enable [Charles Balfour, esquire] to sell or mortgage part of his estate for payment of his debts contracted in the late troubles.Not Enacted
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
1695James BarryTo enable James Barry, esquire, to charge his estate with the payment of his debts and sisters portions.9 William III c.13 (private)
1695Benefit of clergyFor taking away the benefit of the clergy in some cases.9 William III c.7
1695Benefit of clergyTo regulate the manner of allowing the benefit of clergy to persons convict of felony.Not Enacted
1695Bill of rightsFor a bill of rights.Not Enacted
1695Sir Francis BlundellTo enable [Sir Francis Blundell] to raise 2,000, part of 3,000 settled upon his daughter now living, and which by the said settlement is made payable after the death of the said Sir Francis, upon such lands and rectories as are liable to the payment of the said 3,000 by the deed of settlement.Not Enacted
1695Value of brass moneyAs to the value of brass money at the time the same was borrowed in the late times, and at what rate persons who borrowed the same shall be obliged to pay in money now.Not Enacted
1695Colonel John Browne's Protestant creditorsFor securing the debts owing to the Protestant creditors of Colonel John Browne.7 William III c.2 (private)
1695Church land improvements and church repairsFor building houses and making other improvements on church lands, and to prevent dilapidations.Not Enacted
1695Richard BurtFor securing of lands purchased from Richard Burt, merchant, in the county of Cork.Not Enacted
1695Butchers and cattleThat no butchers shall be graziers, and that no butchers shall kill cattle under four years old.Not Enacted
1695Butter tradeFor preventing abuses in the false packing and uncertain tare of butter casks.Not Enacted
1695Abrogating court of Castle ChamberFor abrogating the court commonly called the court of Castle Chamber in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1695Privy Council and Star Chamber or Castle ChamberFor regulating the privy council, and for taking away the court commonly called the Star Chamber or Castle Chamber.Not Enacted
1695Earl of CavanFor the relief of the earl of Cavan and his family against fraudulent purchasers.Not Enacted
1695Reliefs in common socageFor the ease of the subject, in relation to reliefs in common socage.Not Enacted
1695Confirming act of settlementFor confirmation of the acts of settlement and explanation.Not Enacted
1695Confirming articles of LimerickFor the confirmation of the articles made at the surrender of the city of Limerick.9 William III c.2
1695Confirmation of charter of College of PhysiciansFor the confirmation of the charter granted to the College of Physicians.Not Enacted
1695Coventry ActPursuant to the act in England, commonly called the Coventry Act, against cutting off noses and dismembering persons.Not Enacted
1695Informations on penal statutesA bill made in England 21 James I, entitled an act for the ease of the subject concerning informations on penal statutes.Not Enacted
1695Damage clearFor taking away damage clear.7 William III c.10
1695Richard DelamerTo prevent the disinheriting of Richard Delamer, esquire.9 William III c.6 (private)
1695Disarming PapistsFor the better securing of the government by disarming Papists.7 William III c.5
1695Exemption of Quakers from act for disarming PapistsFor explaining certain general words in a former act entitled an act for the better securing of the government by disarming Papists, that the same do not extend to certain persons commonly called Quakers.Not Enacted
1695Distraining for rentFor enabling the subject for distraining corn and hay for rent.Not Enacted
1695Distraining for rentFor the more speedy and effectual proceeding upon distresses and avowries for rent.7 William III c.22
1695Sir William DomvillFor vesting certain lands of Sir William Domvill, knight, for the raising 1,000 by mortgage for payment of debts.9 William III c.2 (private)
1695Relief against dormant judgmentsFor the relief of the subject against old dormant judgments, bonds, mortgages, statutes and other securities for money.Not Enacted
1695Abolishing writ de heretico comburendoFor taking away the writ de heretico comburendo.7 William III c.2
1695Bishops' leasesTo enable archbishops and bishops of this realm to make leases for lives.Not Enacted
1695Against embezzling armourAgainst the embezzling of armour, habiliments of war and victuals.Not Enacted
1695Traversing inquisitionsFor traversing inquisitions.Not Enacted
1695Tuam archdioceseFor translating the archiepiscopal see and cathedral church of Tuam to Galway, and making a cathedral church there.Not Enacted
1695Vexatious arrestsFor the prevention of vexations and oppressions by arrests, and of delays in suits of law.7 William III c.25
1695Elizabeth VilliersConfirming certain letters patents to Mrs Elizabeth Villiers.Not Enacted
1695Dame Ann Yolanda Sera Court and Anna Margaretta WallFor relieving Dame Ann Yolanda Sera Court, and Anna Margaretta Wall.Not Enacted
1695James Waller, Richard WallerFor the relief of James Waller, esquire, and the settlement of the estate of Richard Waller of Castletown, esquire.7 William III c.5 (private)
1695William JonesTo enable William Jones, esquire, to raise money on his estate for payment of debts and portions.9 William III c.7 (private)
1695Prohibiting import of woolFor prohibiting importation of foreign wool, cards and card wire.Not Enacted
1695Woollen manufactureFor the better making and regulating of the woollen manufacture of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1695Giving equity against the kingFor giving equity against the king.Not Enacted
1695For relief of inhabitants of BandonIn behalf of the inhabitants of the town of Bandon, in the county of Cork.Not Enacted
1695Sir Phillips CooteTo enable [Sir Phillips Coote, knight] to charge his real estate for payment of his debts, he being only tenant for life.Not Enacted
1695Protestants' estatesFor securing the honours and estates of Protestants to continue in Protestant families.Not Enacted
1695Rights of tenants in commonTo settle the rights of tenants in common, and ascertain meares and bounds of lands.Not Enacted
1697Confirming patents passed in the late court of graceFor confirming patents passed in the late court of grace, on the commission of grace, for remedy of defective titles.Not Enacted
1697Outlawries and attaindersFor confirming several outlawries and attainders, and also for vesting in his majesty the estates of those who are dead in rebellion here or in foreign parts.Not Enacted
1697Saving estates from being prejudiced by act for confirming outlawriesFor saving the estates, rights, titles and possessions of several of his majestys subjects from being prejudiced by an act, entitled an act for confirming several outlawries and attainders, and also for vesting in his majesty the estates of those that are dead in rebellion here or in foreign parts.Not Enacted
1697Concerning persons dead in rebellionFor remedying inconveniencies that are apprehended may be, in case the bill now on the table entitled an act for confirming several outlawries and attainders, and also for vesting in his majesty the estates of those that are dead in rebellion here or in foreign parts do pass into a law.Not Enacted
1697Richard Fagan; William Plunkett; Thomas Lord ConingsbyFor confirming the outlawries and attainders of Richard Fagan and William Plunkett, esquires, and for confirming of letters patents made and granted to Thomas Lord Coningsby.Not Enacted
1697Counterfeiting and importing of halfpenceTo prevent the counterfeiting and importing of halfpence into this kingdom.Not Enacted
1697Relief of creditors by making compositionFor relief of creditors, by making compositions with their debtors, in case two thirds in number and value do agree.Not Enacted
1697Mary Lady Dillon and Sir John DillonFor lessening the jointure of Mary Lady Dillon, settled on her in marriage, and freeing Sir John Dillon from debts contracted by her.Not Enacted
1697Lighting in DublinFor erecting and continuing lights in the city of Dublin and the several liberties adjoining.9 William III c.17
1697Paving, cleansing and lighting in DublinFor paving and cleansing the streets of the city and suburbs of Dublin, and other places in the county of Dublin, within the weekly bills of mortality, for illuminating the streets and removing the nuisances therein.Not Enacted
1697Workhouse and hackneys in DublinFor the erecting of a public workhouse in Dublin, and for the support and maintenance of the same, as also for the better regulating of hackney and stage coaches, wagons, carts, drays and cars within the city of Dublin and liberties thereof.Not Enacted
1697Ecclesiastical leasesTo enable ecclesiastical persons to make leases for three lives or one and twenty years.Not Enacted
1697Recovery of kings debtsFor the more easy and effectual recovery of the kings debts, and for giving equity against the king.Not Enacted
1697Judgments on estates of infantsTo extend judgments, recognizances and statutes on estates of infants.Not Enacted
1697John Eyre; Anne, lady dowager of LouthTo preserve the several rights of John Eyre, esquire, and Anne, lady dowager of Louth, his wife, Charles Plunket and Rose Plunket, children of the said Anne, lady dowager of Louth, to the estate of Matthew, late lord baron of Louth.Not Enacted
1697Fees of sheriffsTo regulate the fees of sheriffs on executions.Not Enacted
1697Henry, Lord FolliotTo enable Henry Lord Folliot to settle a jointure and makes leases for lives, or terms of years, and charge his estate with a sum not exceeding 5,000 for provision of younger children, etc.9 William III c.1 (private)
1697Encouragement of foreign Protestants to settle in IrelandFor encouragement of Protestant strangers to come and settle in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1697Additional dutyFor granting an additional duty on tobacco, and for continuing unto his majesty an aid of additional custom on several goods and merchandises, and also for continuing the additional duty on beer, ale and other liquors till the 25th of December 1702.9 William III c.4
1697Security of king's person ('association bill')For the better security of his majestys royal person and government.Not Enacted
1697For relief of inhabitants of BandonFor raising 2,500 for the relief of the inhabitants of Bandon.[9 William III, no. 14 (private)]
1697William Barton, John UsherFor securing to William Barton and John Usher their several interests in some lands in the county of Louth.9 William III c.10 (private)
1697Bill of rightsBill of rights.Not Enacted
1697Geffrey BlakeTo prevent the disinheriting of Gefferey Blake.Not Enacted
1697BlasphemyTo punish and suppress blasphemy and blasphemous opinions.Not Enacted
1697Sir Francis BlundellTo enable Sir Francis Blundell, baronet, to raise 2,000 on his estate for his daughters portion.Not Enacted
1697Preventing brewers being malstersTo prevent brewers being malsters.Not Enacted
1697Cappoquin bridgeFor building the bridge of Cappoquin in the county of Waterford.Not Enacted
1697Colonel John Browne's Protestant creditorsFor better securing the debts owing to the Protestant creditors of Colonel John Browne.Not Enacted
1697Church land improvementsFor supplying the defects that may be in the bill, entitled an act for building houses, and making other improvements on church lands, and for preventing dilapidations.Not Enacted
1697Sir Richard BulkeleyTo enable Sir Richard Bulkeley to raise 2,000 on his estate, for payment of his debts.Not Enacted
1697Burial in wool[For burying in woollen.]Not Enacted
1697Butchers and cattleTo prevent butchers being graziers, and to redress several abuses in buying and selling cattle.Not Enacted
1697Butter tradeFor reforming abuses in making of butter casks, and preventing of false packing of butter.10 William III c.2
1697Clandestine marriagesTo prohibit clandestine marriages.Not Enacted
1697Frauds by clandestine mortgagesTo prevent frauds by clandestine mortgages.9 William III c.11
1697Clerical residenceTo oblige the clergy to reside on their cures.Not Enacted
1697Pewter and brassFor redress of certain abuses in making pewter and brass.9 William III c.14
1697Poll taxFor granting a supply to his majesty by raising money by way of a poll.9 William III c.8
1697Relief of poor in DublinFor relief of the poor of the city and suburbs of Dublin within the weekly bill of mortality.Not Enacted
1697Preservation of gameFor the preservation of the game, and the more easy conviction of such as shall destroy the same.10 William III c.8
1697Prisoners for debtFor the relief and release of poor distressed prisoners for debt or damages.10 William III c.1
1697Encouragement of Protestant seamenFor the encouragement and increase of Protestant seamen in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1697Protestants turning PapistsTo prevent Protestants turning Papists, and converts from being reconciled to the Church of Rome.Not Enacted
1697Papist property in corporationsTo disable Papists from purchasing or holding houses or lands in corporations, and to enable them who have purchased, or are otherwise entitled to such houses, to sell the same to such as are not Papists.Not Enacted
1697Reducing rate of interest from 10 to 8 per centFor reducing the interest of money from 10 to 8 per centum.Not Enacted
1697Registry of deeds, conveyances, and willsFor registering memorials of deeds, conveyances and wills.Not Enacted
1697Practice of physicTo regulate the practice of physic.Not Enacted
1697Barring remainders or reversions on forfeited estates tailFor barring the remainders or reversions dependant or expectant on estates tail forfeited to your majesty.Not Enacted
1697Church buildingFor the building and repairing of churches and the enclosing of church yards.Not Enacted
1697Cattle market in SmithfieldThat no cattle may be sold in Smithfield Market before six of the clock in the morning, from the 10th of March to the 10th of September, nor before eight of the clock, from the 10th of September to the 10th of March, and that none be sold but in the open market, nor carried thence before ten of the clock in the forenoon.Not Enacted
1697SimonyAgainst simony.Not Enacted
1697Recovery of small debtsFor the more easy and speedy securing and recovery of small debts.9 William III c.15
1697Division of parish of St Michan, DublinFor dividing the parish of St Michan, within the city and suburbs of Dublin, into three distinct parishes.9 William III c.16
1697Robert StopfordFor vesting certain lands, tenements and hereditaments of Robert Stopford, esquire, in the kingdom of Ireland, in trustees, to be sold for the payment of his fathers debts, his sisters portions and other encumbrances, and enabling the said Robert Stopford and those in remainder to make leases of the residue of the said estate.9 William III c.9 (private)
1697Suppression of Irish language and encouragement of EnglishFor suppression of the Irish language, and encouraging the Irish to learn English.Not Enacted
1697Planting and preserving timber treesFor planting and preserving timber trees and woods.10 William III c.12
1697TithesFor the more speedy recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues, and to prevent frequent excommunications.Not Enacted
1697Tolls and customsFor regulating the tolls and customs of the city of Dublin, and all other cities and towns corporate in this kingdom, and also of fairs and markets.Not Enacted
1697Tories and rapparees, and robberies and burglariesTo supply the defects and for the better execution of an act passed in this present session of parliament entitled an act for the better suppressing of tories, robbers and rapparees, and for the preventing robberies and burglaries and other heinous crimes.9 William III c.9
1697Traversing inquisitionsFor traversing inquisitions.10 William III c.10
1697Vexatious suitsTo prevent 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.9 William III c.10
1697Vexatious suitsThat costs may be had in some cases which are not provided for by the bill entitled, an act to prevent 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.Not Enacted
1697Vexatious delays in actions and suitsFor avoiding of vexatious delays caused by removing actions and suits out of inferior courts.9 William III c.13
1697Hospitals and workhousesTo erect hospitals and workhouses in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1697Confirming estates held under acts of settlement and explanationFor confirming estates and possessions held and enjoyed by the acts of settlement and explanation.10 William III c.7
1697Free schoolsFor the more effectual putting in execution a certain act entitled an act for the erection of free schools.Not Enacted
1697Grand jury presentmentsTo prevent the undue raising of money by grand juries.Not Enacted
1697Hat and felt manufactureFor the better making of hats and felts.Not Enacted
1697For plantations and improvements, and against wastes and depopulationsFor the encouragement of plantations and improvements in this kingdom, and for prevention of wastes and depopulations.Not Enacted
1697William, earl of InchiquinEmpowering William, earl of Inchiquin, to make leases for lives.Not Enacted
1697Increasing freeholders, and planting ProtestantsFor the increase of the number of freeholders in this kingdom, and for the better expedition of justice, and for the further planting of the same with Protestants.Not Enacted
1697Christopher IrvinTo secure the interest of Captain Christopher Irvin and others in several lands in the county of Fermanagh.Not Enacted
1697Enabling lessees for years to serve on juriesTo enable lessees for years to serve on juries.Not Enacted
1697Christopher Evers, Thomas KeightleyConfirming the attainder of Christopher Evers and others, and strengthening and confirming several grants made to Thomas Keightley, esquire, of divers lands in the kingdom of Ireland.Not Enacted
1697Lettice, countess dowager of Kilmarnock; Thomas BoydTo enable the Right Honourable Lettice, countess dowager of Kilmarnock, in the kingdom of Scotland, sole daughter and heir of Thomas Boyd, late of city of Dublin, esquire, deceased, to sell and charge the real and personal estate of the said Thomas Boyd with the sum of 4,000 for payment of debts and providing a portion for her second son.Not Enacted
1697Leases of forfeited landsFor enabling the making leases of the forfeited lands for three lives and the planting of the same by Protestants.Not Enacted
1697Estates of minors liable to debts of ancestorsTo make the estates of minors liable to the debts of their ancestors, notwithstanding their minority.Not Enacted
1697Linen and hempFor encouraging the linen and hempen manufacture.Not Enacted
1697Ministers' moneyFor the more effectual and better recovery of certain dues to the church commonly called ministers money in cities and towns corporate within this kingdom.Not Enacted
1697Charles OdellTo enable [Charles Odell] to sell part of his estate for payment of his fathers debts.Not Enacted
1697State paper or record officeFor erecting a paper office in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1697Parish union and divisionFor a real union and division of parishes and concerning churches, free schools and exchanges for reviving a former act concerning the same [sic].Not Enacted
1697Regulating parliament electionsTo prevent charge and expense in election of members to serve in parliament, and for regulating elections, and to prevent irregular proceedings of sheriffs and other officers in electing and returning such members.Not Enacted
1697Partition of landsFor the more easy obtaining partition of lands in coparcenary, joint tenancy, tenancy in common, and bounding and mearing of lands.9 William III c.12
1697Fees of marshall of the Four CourtsFor regulating the fees of the marshall of the Four Courts, and for the settling the rates of lodgings and redress of other abuses in the said marshalsea and in the marshalsea of the city of Dublin.10 William III c.9
1697Hindering reversal of outlawries, and preventing return of subjects from FranceTo hinder the reversal of several outlawries and attainders, and to prevent the return of subjects of this kingdom who have gone into the dominions of the French king in Europe.9 William III c.5
1698Hugh MorganTo enable Hugh Morgan, esquire, to raise 2,100 on his estate for provision of his younger children10 William III c.3 (private)
1698River Shannon navigationTo make the River Shannon navigable.Not Enacted
1698Painter stainersFor the better encouragement of painter stainers in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1698State paper or record officeFor erecting a paper office in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1698Taking away manor jurisdictions of PapistsTo prevent inconveniences by reason of the great extent of several manors in this kingdom, now in the hands of Papists, whereby the sheriffs and other civil magistrates entry is prevented, which doth in great measure hinder the planting of this kingdom with Protestants.Not Enacted
1698To prevent Papists being solicitorsTo prevent Papists being solicitors.10 William III c.13
1698Union and division of parishes, and free schoolsFor reviving an act for the real union and division of parishes and concerning churches, free schools and exchanges.Not Enacted
1698Sir William ParsonsFor enabling Sir William Parsons, baronet, to charge his estate with 2,200.10 William III c.1 (private)
1698Practice of physicTo regulate the practice of physic in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1698William PonsonbyTo supply the defects and for the better execution of an act entitled an act to enable Colonel William Ponsonby to settle a jointure on his wife and raise portions for his younger children.10 William III c.2 (private)
1698Provision and employment for poorFor the better providing for and employing of the poor in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1698Abel RamTo enable Abel Ram, esquire, son and heir and executor of Sir Abel Ram, knight, to sell certain lands of the said Sir Abel Ram.Not Enacted
1698Reducing rate of interestTo reduce the interest of money.Not Enacted
1698BarracksTo complete the supply to his majesty, and to build and finish the barracks in this kingdom.10 William III c.4
1698TithesFor recovery of tithes of the value of 40s. or under that value.Not Enacted
1698Tolls and customsFor regulating tolls and customs of the several corporations, fairs and markets throughout the kingdom.Not Enacted
1698Tories and rapparees, and robberies and burglariesTo remedy the defects in two acts, the one entitled an act for the better suppressing of tories, robbers and rapparees and preventing robberies, burglaries and other heinous crimes, and the other, entitled, an act to supply the defects and for the better execution of the aforementioned act.Not Enacted
1698Regulation of weightsFor regulating the weights used in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1698Additional duty on woollen exportsFor laying an additional duty upon woollen manufactures exported out of this kingdom.10 William III c.5.
1698ArbitrationFor determining differences by arbitration.10 William III c.14
1698Army quarters and marchesFor regulating the quartering and marching of soldiers.Not Enacted
1698Security of king's person ('association bill')For preservation of his majesty's person and government.Not Enacted
1698John BakerFor enabling John Baker, a minor, to raise money on his estate for the payment of his brother [sic] and sisters portions.Not Enacted
1698Ballast office in DublinFor erecting a ballast office in Dublin, for cleansing the port of Dublin, and amendment thereof.Not Enacted
1698Gauge of barrels for flesh and fishTo ascertain the gauge of barrels for flesh and fish.Not Enacted
1698Geffrey BlakeTo prevent [Geffrey Blake's] father from disinheriting him.Not Enacted
1698Blasphemy and profanenessFor suppressing blasphemy and profaneness.Not Enacted
1698Colonel John Browne's Protestant creditorsTo enable and oblige the trustees named in an act passed in the last session of this parliament, entitled, an act for securing the debts owing to the Protestant creditors of Colonel John Browne.Not Enacted
1698Colonel John Browne's Protestant creditorsTo supply the defects of an act, entitled an act for securing the debts owing to the Protestant creditors of Colonel John Brown.Not Enacted
1698Church land improvementsTo encourage the building of houses and making other improvements on church lands and to prevent dilapidations.10 William III c.6
1698Burial in woolFor burying in woollen.Not Enacted
1698Butchers and cattleTo prohibit butchers from being graziers, and to prevent several abuses in the buying and selling of cattle.Not Enacted
1698John Burke, second son of William, late earl of ClanrickardFor restoring John Burke, esquire, second son of William, late earl of Clanrickard, to his estate and blood, and to enable him to make leases for lives renewable forever to Protestants, and also to enable him to raise money to pay his debts and to portion his younger children.Not Enacted
1698Clipping and counterfeitingTo prevent the clipping and coining of the coin current in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1698Clipping and counterfeitingFor preventing the false coining or clipping of money, or counterfeiting the kings coin.Not Enacted
1698Enlarging Dame's Gate in DublinFor enlarging the passage from Dames Gate to Cork Hill.Not Enacted
1698Edward DeanTo enable Edward Dean, esquire, to raise money upon his estate for discharging of encumbrances and payment of his debts.Not Enacted
1698Edward Denny, Sir James CotterFor relief of Edward Denny esquire against Sir James Cotter knight.Not Enacted
1698Dublin county and city boundaryFor ascertaining the meares and bounds between the county of Dublin and the county of the city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1698Duncannon FortFor the better management and disposal of lands set apart for the support of the fort of Duncannon.10 William III c.15
1698Confirming estates held under acts of settlement and explanationFor explaining some doubts that may arise on the exposition of an act passed this session of parliament entitled an act for confirming estates and possessions held and enjoyed under the acts of settlement and explanation and also for amending some words in an act passed the last session of this present parliament entitled an act to hinder the reversal of several outlawries and attainders and to prevent the return of subjects of this kingdom who have gone into the dominions of the French king in Europe.10 William III c.16
1698FisheriesTo encourage and regulate the fishery of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1698Galway prisonersFor the relief of his majestys Protestant subjects, commonly known by the name of the Galway prisoners.Not Enacted
1698GamingAgainst deceitful, disorderly and excessive gaming.10 William III c. 11
1698Sir Robert Hamilton; Arthur Brownlow; Arthur, earl of GranardTo enable Sir Robert Hamilton, baronet, and Arthur Brownlow, esquire, trustees for Arthur, earl of Granard, to mortgage part of his estate for payment of debts and his sister's portion.Not Enacted
1698Liberty of the subjectFor securing the liberty of the subject, and for prevention of imprisonment beyond the seas.Not Enacted
1698Hat and felt manufactureTo prevent the deceits and abuses in making hats and felts.Not Enacted
1698Improvement of unprofitable landsTo encourage the improving of unprofitable lands in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1698For plantations and improvements, and limiting number of sheep kept by any personFor encouragement of plantations and improvements in this kingdom, and for limiting the number of sheep to be kept by any person.Not Enacted
1698Preventing Protestants' estates descending to PapistsTo prevent the estates of Protestants to descend or come to Papists, and to encourage persons to become Protestants.Not Enacted
1698Iron and stave importsFor encouraging the importation of iron and staves.Not Enacted
1698William Jephson[To remedy the defects of] an act made the last session of this present parliament, entitled, an act to enable William Jephson, esquire, a member of this house, to sell part of his estate for payment of debts.Not Enacted
1698James King; Sophia King; John, Lord Baron of KingstonFor naturalizing James King and Sophia King children [of] John Lord Baron of Kingston.Not Enacted
1698Land tax for raising 120,000For raising 120,000 on all lands, tenements and hereditaments in this kingdom.10 William III c. 3
1698Estates of minors liable to debts of ancestorsWhereby estates by descent in fee to minors are made liable during their minority to the payment of the debts of their ancestors and also for redressing sundry defects in law in relation to extens on statutes of the staple and merchant.Not Enacted
1698Flax and hempFor encouraging the manufactures of flax and hemp in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1698Flax and hempFor correcting and amending some words of an act entitled an act for encouraging the manufactures of flax and hemp in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1698Malt tradeFor the better making and screening of malt for sale.Not Enacted
1698Process of lawTo restrain persons from holding pleas returning writs or other process of law within this kingdom.Not Enacted
1698Salmon fryTo prevent the destroying the fry of salmon.Not Enacted
1698Henry OwenTo enable [Henry Owen] to sell his estate in this kingdom for payment of debts and legacies.Not Enacted
1703Additional dutyFor an additional duty of excise upon beer, ale and other liquors.2 Anne c.1
1703Additional dutyFor continuing the additional duty of excise on beer, ale and other liquors and for granting an additional duty on tobacco and several other goods and merchandises and also a tax of four shillings in the pound on several pensions and grants therein mentioned and for building of barracks in the city of Dublin.2 Anne c.4
1703Officers of courts acting as attorneysTo restrain the officers and clerks of law and equity from practising as attorneys in the same court whereof they are officers or clerks respectively.Not Enacted
1703Sir Justin AylmerFor sale of divers lands in the county of Kildare, being part of the estate of Sir Justin Aylmer, baronet, for payment of debts and clearing encumbrances charged thereon, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1703Ballast office in DublinFor erecting a ballast office in the city of Dublin for cleansing the port and river of Dublin.Not Enacted
1703Benefit of clergyFor the reviving an act for taking away the benefit of clergy in some cases and for transporting of felons.2 Anne c.12
1703Walter Blake and Geffrey BlakeFor settling certain lands and tenements being part of the estate of Walter Blake, late of Drum in the county of the town of Galway, esquire, deceased, on his eldest son and heir Geffrey Blake.Not Enacted
1703Blasphemy and profanenessFor suppressing blasphemy and profaneness.Not Enacted
1703Nicholas Bourke and Thomas BourkeTo prevent Nicholas Bourke, a Papist, from disinheriting Thomas Bourke, a Protestant, on account of his religion.Not Enacted
1703Lanesborough bridgeFor building a bridge over the River Shannon at Lanesborough.Not Enacted
1703Colonel John BrowneFor selling part of Colonel John Brownes estate.Not Enacted
1703Colonel John Browne's Protestant creditorsFor the sale of Colonel John Brown's estate for payment of his Protestant creditors.Not Enacted
1703Church buildingFor building several parish churches in more convenient places.2 Anne c.11
1703Burial in woolTo oblige all persons in this kingdom to bury in woollen.Not Enacted
1703Butchers and cattleTo prevent butchers from being graziers and to redress several abuses in buying and selling of cattle and in the slaughtering and packing of beef, tallow and hides.2 Anne c.15
1703Butchers' corporationFor dissolving the corporation of butchers.Not Enacted
1703Walter ButlerFor the relief of Walter Butler, junior, only son and heir apparent of Colonel Walter Butler of Mumphin in the county of Wexford.Not Enacted
1703Garret CoghlanTo prevent the disinheriting of Captain Garret Coghlan, a Protestant in her majestys service.2 Anne c.7 (private)
1703Preventing Papists from inheritingTo prevent Papists from inheriting.Not Enacted
1703Oath of abjurationTo oblige certain persons to take the oath of abjuration, and for imposing penalties in case they refuse so to do.Not Enacted
1703John BakerFor relief of Mr John Baker.Not Enacted
1703Reverend Dean John LeslieTo dispose of part of [the estate of Reverend Dean John Leslie] towards satisfaction of his creditors.Not Enacted
1703Harbour of CorkFor cleansing the channel of the harbour of Cork.2 Anne c.8 (private)
1703Court of high commissionTo repeal that part of the act made in the 2nd year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, which relates to the high commission court.Not Enacted
1703Margaret Culme[For relief of Margaret Culme.]Not Enacted
1703Francis Edgeworth, Arthur CulmeTo enable trustees to sell part of the estate of Arthur Culme, esquire, deceased, for payment of 1,200 due to Francis Edgeworth, esquire.Not Enacted
1703David PowerTo enable David Power, gentleman, to settle a jointure on his present wife, or any after-taken wife, and to charge his real estate with portions for his younger children.Not Enacted
1703Richard DelamerTo enable Richard Delamer, esquire, to sell or mortgage part of his estate for payment of debts.Not Enacted
1703Relief against dormant judgmentsFor the relief of the subject against dormant judgments, bonds, mortgages, statutes and other securities for money.Not Enacted
1703Workhouse in DublinFor erecting a workhouse in the city of Dublin for employing and maintaining the poor thereof.2 Anne c.19
1703Hospitals and workhouses in DublinFor erecting hospitals and workhouses within the city of Dublin, for the better employing and maintaining thereof.Not Enacted
1703Earthen ware manufactureTo encourage the making earthen ware in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1703Bishops' leasesTo enable archbishops, bishops and other ecclesiastical persons to set leases for three lives renewable forever.Not Enacted
1703Quieting ecclesiastical possessionsFor quieting ecclesiastical persons in their possessions.2 Anne c.9
1703Encouragement of tradeFor encouraging the trade of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1703GlebesFor exchange of glebes belonging to churches in this kingdom.2 Anne c.10
1703To prevent Popish priests entering IrelandTo prevent Popish priests from coming into this kingdom.2 Anne c.3
1703Collectors' receiptsTo supply the defects of an act for making the collectors receipts for quit rent, crown rent and other rents due to the crown full and legal discharges for the same, and for limiting their fees thereon.Not Enacted
1703Fees of sheriffsFor regulating the fees of sheriffs on executions.Not Enacted
1703Protection of fry of herrings, salmon, pilchards and other fishTo prevent the destroying the fry of herrings, salmon, pilchards and other fish.Not Enacted
1703Naturalization of ProtestantsFor the general naturalization of all Protestants that shall reside within this kingdom.2 Anne c.14
1703Free and parochial schoolsRelating to free and parochial schools.Not Enacted
1703Grand jury presentmentsTo prevent the illegal raising of money by grand juries and the misapplying of money legally raised.Not Enacted
1703To prevent the further growth of PoperyTo prevent the further growth of Popery in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1703Liberty of the subjectFor the better securing the liberty of the subject and for prevention of imprisonment beyond the seas.Not Enacted
1703Sir Hans HamiltonFor the sale of part of the estate of Sir Hans Hamilton, baronet, for payment of his grandfathers debts and for other purposes.2 Anne c.3 (private)
1703Encouraging consumption of Irish manufacturesFor encouraging the consumption of the manufactures of this kingdom by the persons residing within the same.Not Enacted
1703Succession of crownTo make it high treason in this kingdom to impeach the succession of the crown, as limited by several acts of parliament.Not Enacted
1703Impeachment of succession of crown to be high treasonTo make it high treason in this kingdom to impeach the succession of the crown as limited by several acts of parliament.2 Anne c.5
1703Iron and stave importsFor encouraging the importation of iron and staves.2 Anne c.2
1703John PowerFor the relief of John Power, late of Monelargy in the county of Waterford, esquire.Not Enacted
1703JurorsFor the ease of jurors, and regulating jurors.Not Enacted
1703Qualification of justices of the peaceFor declaring the qualifications of persons to be put into the commission of the peace, and for being sheriffs.Not Enacted
1703Relief of Protestant creditors of Walter KennedyFor the relief of the Protestant creditors of Walter Kennedy, esquire.Not Enacted
1703Estates of minors liable to debts of ancestorsFor making the estates of minors liable to the payment of the debts of their ancestors during their minority, and for the more easy taking out execution of on statutes merchant and of the staple.Not Enacted
1703Flax and hempFor the improvement of the hempen and flaxen manufactures in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1703Lough Neagh to Newry canalTo make a canal from Lough Neagh to Newry.Not Enacted
1703John MagillTo enable Mr [John] Magill to sell part of his estate for payment of debts.Not Enacted
1703Markets in DublinFor the better regulation of the markets and sale of goods within the city and suburbs of Dublin and the several liberties adjacent, and to oblige the retailers of salt and meal and other ground corn to sell by weight.Not Enacted
1703Markets in DublinFor the better regulation of the markets and sale of goods within the city and suburbs of Dublin, and the several liberties adjacent.Not Enacted
1703Regulation of measuresTo supply the defects of an act passed in the 7th year of the late King William, entitled an act for the better regulating measures in and throughout this kingdom.2 Anne c.17
1703MinesTo repeal a statute made in the 5th year of King Henry IV, against multiplying gold and silver, and to prevent disputes and controversies concerning royal mines.Not Enacted
1703Ministers' money and valuation of housesFor explaining the statute of the 17th and 18th of King Charles II concerning the valuation of houses in corporations for maintenance of ministers.Not Enacted
1703Hugh Montgomery, Elizabeth Montgomery, Francis de la Rue, Wrotesley de la Rue[To sell part of the lands now in the possession of Hugh Montgomery and Elizabeth, his wife, relict of Francis de la Rue, deceased, and Wrotesley de la Rue by his guardians for payment of debts, and for confirming the will of the said Francis de la Rue.]Not Enacted
1703Redmond MorresTo prevent the disinheriting of Redmond Morres, esquire.2 Anne c.6 (private)
1703River Barrow navigationTo make the River Barrow navigable.Not Enacted
1703River Boyne navigationTo make the River Boyne navigable.Not Enacted
1703River Nore navigationTo make the River Nore navigable.Not Enacted
1703River Shannon navigationFor making the River Shannon navigable from the city of Limerick to Jamestown, in the county of Leitrim, at the charge of the adjoining counties.Not Enacted
1703Nicholas NugentTo prevent Nicholas Nugent, of Robinstown, in the county of Westmeath, esquire, from being disinherited.Not Enacted
1703James, duke of Ormond; Charles, earl of ArranTo confirm the sales, fee farms and leases made by James, duke of Ormond, and Charles, earl of Arran, and to enlarge a period for making fee farms until Michaelmas 1705, and to enable the earl of Arran to sell lands to the value of 100 per annum if need be.2 Anne c.1 (private)
1703Union and division of parishesFor the real union and division of parishes.Not Enacted
1703Regulating parliament electionsFor regulating the election of members to serve in parliament.Not Enacted
1703Privilege of parliamentFor regulating the privilege of parliament.Not Enacted
1703George Matthews; Martha Matthews; Chichester Phillips; Sir Simon EatonTo prevent George Matthews, junior, and Martha, his wife, from barring the remainder in certain lands and tenements limited and bequeathed to Chichester Phillips, esquire, and his heirs by the last will and testament of Sir Simon Eaton, deceased.Not Enacted
1703Professions of physic, chirurgery and apothecaries in DublinFor regulating the practice of physic and chirurgery, and of apothecaries, in the city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1703Quieting possessionsFor quieting possessions and disposing of undisposed and plus acres.2 Anne c.8
1703Poll tax arrearsFor collecting and recovering the arrears of the late poll tax.Not Enacted
1703Mary Poor alias Penefather; Richard, William and Thomas Poor; Walter StephensFor the confirming an award made by the honourable the barons of her majesty's court of exchequer, between Mary Poor alias Penefather, Richard, William, and Thomas Poor, and Walter Stephens, esquire, and for securing and settling the several interests as are therein designed and appointed.2 Anne c.5 (private)
1703Prisoners for debtFor relief of poor prisoners for debt.Not Enacted
1703Ecclesiastical causesConcerning prohibitions in ecclesiastical causes.Not Enacted
1703Commissioners for public accountsTo appoint commissioners to examine, take and state the public accounts of the nation.Not Enacted
1703GlebesTo purchase glebes to make the residence of the clergy more easy and practicable.Not Enacted
1703Rapeseed dutyTo take off the duty upon rapeseed in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1703Reducing rate of interest to 8 per centFor reducing the interest of money to 8 per cent for the future.2 Anne c.16
1703Recognition of Queen Anne's title to the crownOf recognition of her majestys undoubted right to the crown of Ireland.Not Enacted
1703Registration of Popish clergyFor registering the Popish clergy.2 Anne c.7
1703Church repairsTo enable church wardens to raise money applotted by vestry for the repair of churches.Not Enacted
1703Richard, Lord Viscount Ross; Frances ParsonsFor the relief of Richard, Lord Viscount Ross, and Frances Parsons his sister.2 Anne c.2 (private)
1703Regulating servantsFor regulating servants.Not Enacted
1703Sheriffs' accountsFor the more easy passing of sheriffs' accounts.Not Enacted
1703Summary hearings for small debtsFor recovery of small debts in a summary way before the judges of assize.2 Anne c.18
1703Parishes of St Mary and St Paul, DublinTo empower the church wardens of St Mary's parish, Dublin, to distrain for money already applotted or hereafter to be applotted for the finishing the parish church of St Mary's, and the same for finishing the parish church of St Paul's.2 Anne c.9 (private)
1703James StopfordTo enable James Stopford, esquire, to sell part of his estate for payment of his debts and raising portions.Not Enacted
1703James StopfordFor vesting certain lands and hereditaments of James Stopford, esquire, lying in the county of Meath in trustees to be sold for payment of debts and portions and for other purposes.2 Anne c.4 (private)
1703Planting and preserving timber treesFor supplying the defects of an act for preserving timber trees and woods.Not Enacted
1703TithesFor the more easy recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues and to prevent frequent excommunications.Not Enacted
1703Toleration of Protestant DissentersTo give such toleration to Protestant Dissenters in Ireland as is by law allowed Protestant Dissenters in England.Not Enacted
1703Tolls and customs, and coal trade in DublinTo hinder the taking or exacting toll or custom in several cases, and to prevent the engrossing coals in the city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1703Tories and rappareesFor continuing two acts against tories, robbers and rapparees.2 Anne c.13
1703Proof of having taken oaths required by lawFor the ease of the subject in proving on trials their having taken such oaths and having made and subscribed such declarations as by law are required.Not Enacted
1703Margaret WallFor relieving Margaret Wall, spinster.Not Enacted
1703To prevent the further growth of PoperyTo prevent the further growth of Popery.2 Anne c.6
1703Church buildingTo prevent the defects of the bill entitled an act for building several parish churches in more convenient places.Not Enacted
1703Tories and rappareesFor the amendment and explanation of two acts against tories, robbers and rapparees.Not Enacted
1703Against spiriting away any person; Richard, Viscount MountgarrettAgainst spiriting.Not Enacted
1703Anthony Hammond; Valentine Browne; Nicholas Browne, called Lord KenmareFor the relief of Anthony Hammond, esquire, guardian to Valentine Browne, eldest son of Nicholas Browne, commonly called Lord Kenmare, and also to the rest of the children of the said Nicholas.Not Enacted
1705Clandestine marriagesTo prevent clandestine marriages.Not Enacted
1705Lanesborough BridgeFor rebuilding the bridge at Lanesborough.Not Enacted
1705TithesFor the more easy recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues and to prevent frequent excommunications.Not Enacted
1705Edward, earl of ConwayFor making the exemplification of Edward late earl of Conway's will under the seals of the Four Courts in Ireland and the depositions relating to the same evidence on trials at law.Not Enacted
1705Fisheries and fry of fishFor the improvement of the fishery in this kingdom, and to prevent the destruction of the fry of fish.Not Enacted
1705Frauds and abuses in manufacturesTo prevent frauds and abuses in making up the manufactures in this kingdom, and to regulate shopkeepers, artificers and tradesmen in making and selling wares.Not Enacted
1705Relief of creditors against fraudulent devisesFor relief of creditors against fraudulent devises.4 Anne c.5
1705Free schoolsTo supply the defects of several acts of parliament made in this kingdom for the keeping of schools.Not Enacted
1705Suppressing lotteries and gaming housesFor suppressing lotteries and gaming houses.Not Enacted
1705Grand jury presentmentsTo prevent the illegal raising of money by grand juries and the misapplying money legally raised and for the better execution of an act for the mending of highways by six days' labour, and for the appointing overseers of the highways by the justices of their sessions, in default of naming them by the respective parishes.4 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
1705Liberty of the subjectFor better securing the liberty of the subject, and for prevention of imprisonment beyond the seas.Not Enacted
1705Sir Thomas HackettFor vesting the estate of Sir Thomas Hackett, knight, in trustees, and for empowering them to sell the same for payment of his debts, if the value thereof amount to so much.4 Anne c.3 (private)
1705Dissolving marriage of John Harrison and Anne HarrisonFor the dissolving of the marriage between John Harrison and Anne, his wife.Not Enacted
1705Corporation for Hollow SwordbladesTo make process in law or equity being served on the agents or attorneys of the Corporation for making of Hollow Swordblades in England good and sufficient service to all intents and purposes.Not Enacted
1705Stealing of horses, and punishing accessories to felonsAgainst horse stealing and selling of stolen horses, and for punishing of all accessories to felons.4 Anne c.11
1705Qualification of justices of the peaceDeclaring the qualifications of persons to be put into the commission of the peace and for being made sheriffs.Not Enacted
1705LinenTo repeal an act entitled an act for the advancement of the trade of linen manufactures.4 Anne c.3
1705John MagillFor sale of part of the estate of John Magill of Gill Hall in the county of Down, esquire, and for settling an equivalent in other parts of his estate in lieu thereof.4 Anne c.4 (private)
1705Regulation of weightsFor regulating the weights used in this kingdom and that salt and meal shall be sold by weight.4 Anne c.14
1705MinesTo repeal a statute made in the 5th year of Henry IV, against multiplying gold and silver, and to prevent controversies and disputes concerning royal mines.4 Anne c.12
1705John Morres, Redmond MorresTo enable John Morres, esquire, an infant, son and heir of Redmond Morres, deceased, to make a jointure on any woman he shall marry, and for relief of the younger children of the said Redmond, and for amending and explaining some clauses in an act entitled an act to prevent the disinheriting of Redmond Morres.4 Anne c.8 (private)
1705Duties on muslins and hopsFor ascertaining the hereditary duties upon muslins and hops to be imported into this kingdom and for preventing of frauds and abuses committed by common brewers and distillers.Not Enacted
1705Hyacinthus Richard NugentFor relief of Hyacinthus Richard Nugent.Not Enacted
1705To prevent Papists being solicitorsTo explain and amend an act, entitled an act to prevent Papists being solicitors.Not Enacted
1705Parents of bastard childrenTo oblige the parents of bastard children to maintain them.Not Enacted
1705Parish union and divisionFor the real union and division of parishes and concerning churches and the exchanges of them and for removal of churches and chapels to more convenient places in any parish or parishes united for the greater ease of the parishioners.Not Enacted
1705Regulating parliament electionsFor regulating elections of members to serve in parliament.Not Enacted
1705Privilege of parliamentFor explaining and limiting the privileges of parliament.Not Enacted
1705Privilege of parliamentHeads of an explanatory bill, declaring the privileges of parliament.Not Enacted
1705Partition of landsFor continuing an act made in the 9th year of the reign of the late King William, entitled an act for the more easy obtaining partition of lands in coparcenary, joint tenancy and tenancy in common, and bounding and mearing of lands.6 Anne c.3
1705Chichester Philips and Sir Simon EatonFor securing to Chichester Philips, esquire, and his heirs the remainder in certain lands and tenements limited and bequeathed to the said Chichester Phillips and his heirs by the last will and testament of Sir Simon Eaton, baronet, deceased.Not Enacted
1705Prisoners for debtFor the relief of poor prisoners for debt.4 Anne c.13
1705Rapeseed dutyFor the lessening the duty of rapeseed to be exported.4 Anne c.7
1705Registration of Popish clergyTo explain and amend an act entitled an act for registering the Popish clergy.4 Anne c.2
1705Registry of deeds, conveyances, and willsFor the public registering memorials of all deeds, conveyances and wills that shall be made of any honours, manors, lands, tenements or hereditaments.Not Enacted
1705Better ordering of servants, and recovery of their wagesFor the better ordering of servants and day-labourers and the more easy recovery of their wages.Not Enacted
1705Henry, baron of ShelburneTo confirm and make good a sale made by Henry, lord baron of Shelburne, of certain woods in the county of Kerry.4 Anne c.1 (private)
1705Eustace SherlockFor the relief of [Eustace Sherlock].Not Enacted
1705Summary hearings for small debtsFor amending and continuing an act made in the 2nd year of her most excellent majesty, intituled an act for the recovery of small debts in a summary way before the judges of the assize.6 Anne. c.5
1705Additional dutyFor granting to her majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco, calicoes, linens, muslins and other goods and merchandises.4 Anne c.1
1705Sir Justin AylmerTo enable certain persons to sell certain parts of the estate of Sir Justin Aylmer, baronet, for payment of debts and to empower a certain other person to make leases of other parts of the said estate.4 Anne c.2 (private)
1705Benefit of clergyTo take away benefit of clergy from such as take away women against their will, contrary to the statute of the 3rd year of the reign of King Henry VII.Not Enacted
1705Blasphemy and profanenessFor the more effectual suppressing of blasphemy and profaneness.Not Enacted
1705Blasphemy and profanenessFor suppressing of blasphemy and profaneness.Not Enacted
1705Colonel John Browne's Protestant creditorsFor the sale of Colonel John Browne's estate for payment of his Protestant creditors.4 Anne c.6 (private)
1705Church buildingFor building several parish churches, and confirming churches already built in more convenient places.Not Enacted
1705Butchers, and butter tradeFor altering and amending an act entitled, an act to prevent butchers from being graziers, and also for amending and explaining an act, entitled an act for reforming abuses in making of butter casks, and prevent the false packing of butter.Not Enacted
1705James Coghlan, Felix Coghlan, John CoghlanFor the relief of Captain James Coghlan and Felix Coghlan, the surviving Protestant sons of John Coghlan of Cloghan.4 Anne c.5 (private)
1705Francis Edgeworth, Arthur Culme[For the relief of Lieutenant Colonel Francis Edgeworth] in relation to a sum of money due to him, chargeable on the estate of Arthur Culme, esquire, deceased.Not Enacted
1705Thomas Dawson, Olivia Dawson, Arabella DawsonTo enable Thomas Dawson of Castle Dawson in the county of Londonderry, esquire, to make sale of several lands for payment of debts, and for settling an equivalent or other lands for Olivia Dawson, his wife and Arabella Dawson, late wife of Thomas Dawson the younger, deceased, for their several jointures, and for provision for Joshua Dawson and Arabella Dawson, infants, children of Thomas Dawson, deceased.4 Anne c.7 (private)
1705Bishops' leasesTo enable archbishops, bishops and other ecclesiastical persons in this kingdom to make leases for years or lives to Protestants only.Not Enacted
1705Relief of Dame Clotilda Eustace, and creditors Sir Maurice EustaceFor the relief of Dame Clotilda Eustace, widow and relict of Sir Maurice Eustace of Harristown in the county of Kildare, knight, deceased, and Clotilda Eustace, his daughter, an infant, and of the creditors of the said Sir Maurice Eustace by sale of part of the estate of the said Sir Maurice Eustace.Not Enacted
1705Fees of sheriffsTo regulate fees of sheriffs on executions, and that sheriffs of cities and towns corporate may pay no more fees than sheriffs of counties.Not Enacted
1705FeesTo prevent fees being taken in certain cases.4 Anne c.10
1705Fees of courts and officesFor regulating and ascertaining the fees of all courts and offices.Not Enacted
1705Planting and preserving timber treesFor explaining and putting in execution an act for planting and preserving timber trees and woods, and for explaining and putting in execution an act to avoid and prevent divers misdemeanours in idle and lewd persons in barking of trees, etc.4 Anne c.9
1705Unlawful cutting of timberTo prevent the unlawful cutting, spoiling and stealing of timber.Not Enacted
1705TithesFor the more easy recovery of small tithes.Not Enacted
1705Tolls, and coal trade in DublinTo regulate the taking and exacting tolls throughout this kingdom and to prevent engrossing of coals in the city of Dublin.4 Anne c.8
1705Tories and rappareesFor the better suppressing tories and rapparees.Not Enacted
1705Vexatious suits by paupersTo prevent vexatious suits by paupers.Not Enacted
1705Improvement of commons, and workhousesFor the better improvement of the commons in this kingdom, and for applying part of the profits of the same for erecting of workhouses.Not Enacted
1705Flax and hempFor the improvement of the hempen and flaxen manufactures of this kingdom.4 Anne c.4
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
1707Flax and hempFor the further and better encouragement of the hempen and flaxen manufacture in this kingdom.6 Anne c.9
1707Enabling tenants to make leasesTo qualify and enable tenants, having particular estates, to make leases.Not Enacted
1707Amendment of the lawFor the amendment of the law, and the better advancement of justice.6 Anne c.10
1707Justices of the peaceFor the better regulation of justices of the peace.Not Enacted
1707Tories and rappareesFor explaining and amending two several acts against tories, robbers and rapparees.6 Anne c.11
1707Richard, Lord Bellew of DuleekFor settling the estate of Anne, Lady Viscountess Dowager of Clanmalier, on Richard, Lord Bellew, baron of Duleek, and for raising 3,000 thereout, for the portion of Mary Nugent, niece of the said Lady Clanmalier, and wife of Francis Bermingham, eldest son of Edward, lord baron of Athenree.6 Anne c.1 (private)
1707Ports and ballast office in DublinFor erecting a ballast office in the city of Dublin, for cleansing the channel and river of Dublin.6 Anne c.20
1707Additional dutyFor granting to her majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco, calicoes, linens, muslins and other goods and merchandises.6 Anne c.1
1707Qualification of justices of the peaceFor qualifying persons to be justices of the peace and sheriffs.Not Enacted
1707Protestant jurors in ConnaughtTo make more numerous Protestant jurors in the province of Connaught.Not Enacted
1707Margaret MacNamaraFor the relief of Margaret MacNamara.Not Enacted
1707Liberty of the subjectFor the better securing the liberty of the subject, and for preventing the imprisonment of the subject beyond the seas.Not Enacted
1707Continuing temporary statutes, and butter casksFor the continuing and perpetuating of divers laws and statutes heretofore temporary, and for amending of the law in relation to butter casks.6 Anne c.12
1707Relief of Thomas Gore, Simon Sherlock and other creditors of James Leathey, Benjamin Taylor and James DugganFor relief of Thomas Gore, Simon Sherlock and others, the creditors of James Leathey, Benjamin Taylor and James Duggan.Not Enacted
1707Suppressing lotteries and gaming tablesFor suppressing lotteries and gaming tables.6 Anne c.17
1707Naturalization of foreign ProtestantsFor continuing and amending an act, intituled an act for naturalizing all Protestant strangers in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1707Fences between neighbouring landsTo oblige proprietors and tenants of neighbouring lands to make fences between their several holdings.Not Enacted
1707Fees of sheriffsFor lessening sheriffs fees on executions.6 Anne c.7
1707Bishops' leasesTo enable archbishops, bishops and other ecclesiastical persons to make leases to Protestants only.Not Enacted
1707Arthur, Viscount DoneraileTo enable the Right Honourable Arthur, Lord Viscount Doneraile, to make leases of his estate, and to sell part thereof, and with the money arising thereby to purchase other lands to the same uses.6 Anne c.3 (private)
1707Disarming PapistsFor explaining and amending an act, intituled an act for the better securing the government by disarming of Papists.Not Enacted
1707Sir John DillonFor vesting a certain part of the estate of Sir John Dillon, in trustees, to be sold for payment of his debts, and limiting other lands in lieu thereof to the same uses.6 Anne c.6 (private)
1707Expense and delays in law suitsFor preventing expense and delays in suits in law and equity.Not Enacted
1707Corn exportsFor the encouragement of the exportation of corn out of this kingdom.6 Anne c.18
1707Sir Thomas HackettFor explaining and amending an act, intituled an act for vesting the estate of Sir Thomas Hackett, knight, in trustees, and for empowering them to sell the same for payment of his debts, if the value thereof amount to so much.6 Anne c.7 (private)
1707Registry of deeds, conveyances, and willsFor the public registry of all deeds, conveyances and wills that shall be made of any honours, manors, lands, tenements and hereditaments.6 Anne c.2
1707James, duke of Ormond; Charles, earl of ArranTo enlarge the time for executing several powers and authorities given to James, duke of Ormond, and Charles Weston, earl of Arran, by several former acts of parliament, and for making effectual and confirming the bargains, sales, fee-farms and leases made by the said duke and earl.6 Anne c.2 (private)
1707Private and secret outlawriesTo supply the defects, and for the better execution of an act, intituled an act for avoiding of private and secret outlawries of her majestys subject in personal actions.6 Anne c.15
1707To prevent Papists being solicitorsTo explain and amend an act, intituled an act to prevent Papists being solicitors.6 Anne c.6
1707Division of parishes in Dublin, and making new parish of St AnneFor dividing the several parishes of St Andrew, St Nicholas without the walls, and the united parishes of St Catharine, St James and St John of Kilmainham, and for making or erecting a new parish, by the name of the parish of St Anne, on the ground lying between Grafton Street and Merrion Street, all situate, lying and being in or near the suburbs of the city of Dublin.6 Anne c.21
1707Privilege of parliamentFor explaining and regulating privilege of parliament.6 Anne c.8
1707Preservation of gameFor the better preservation of the game.Not Enacted
1707Prisoners for debtFor the relief of poor prisoners for debt.Not Enacted
1707Securing Protestant religion against PoperyFor the better securing the Protestant religion and interest in this kingdom against Popery.Not Enacted
1707Patrick Cusack, Augustin NugentFor the relief of Patrick Cusack and Augustin Nugent, gentlemen.6 Anne c.8 (private)
1707Duty on rapeseed, tolls, stolen horsesFor continuing an act, intituled an act for lessening the duty on rapeseed to be exported and also for continuing an act, intituled an act to regulate the taking and exacting tolls throughout this kingdom and also for continuing an act, entitled an act against horse stealing, and to prevent the buying and selling of stolen horses, and for punishing all accessories to felons.Not Enacted
1707Protection of salmon fryTo prevent the destruction of salmon fry.Not Enacted
1707Marriage of children against will of parents or guardiansFor the more effectual preventing the taking away and marrying children against the wills of their parents or guardians.6 Anne c.16
1707Disputes about servants wages, and punishment of disorderly servantsTo empower justices of the peace to determine disputes about servants wages, and to oblige masters to pay the same, and to punish idle and disorderly servants.6 Anne c.13
1707Church land improvementsFor making some alterations in an act, made in the 10th year of his late majesty King Williams reign, entitled, an act to encourage building of houses, and making other improvements on church lands, and to prevent dilapidations.Not Enacted
1707Hester Sherlock, Eustace SherlockFor the relief of Hester Sherlock, widow and relict of Eustace Sherlock, and her children.Not Enacted
1707Army marchesTo prevent the disorders that may happen by marching of soldiers, and for providing carriages for the baggage of soldiers in their march.6 Anne c.14
1707Parish churches of St Mary and St Nicholas, DublinFor the raising money for the finishing the parish church of St Mary, and also for rebuilding and finishing the parish church of St Nicholas within the walls, both in the city of Dublin.6 Anne c.5 (private)
1707Superstitious usesFor the better application of money, and the profits of lands given or left to superstitious uses.Not Enacted
1707Auditing public accountsTo audit and state the public accounts of the kingdom.Not Enacted
1707Marsh's LibraryFor settling and preserving a public library forever in the house for that purpose built by His Grace Narcissus, now lord archbishop of Armagh, on part of the ground belonging to the archbishop of Dublin's palace near to the city of Dublin.6 Anne c.19
1707Murder of bastard childrenTo prevent the murdering of bastard children.Not Enacted
1707Age of consent to marriageFor the altering the several ages of man and woman, to consent to marriages.Not Enacted
1707Better ordering of servants, and recovery of their wagesFor the better ordering of servants and day-labourers, and the more easy recovery of their wages.Not Enacted
1707Murder of bastard childrenTo prevent the destroying and murdering of bastard children.6 Anne c.4
1707Augustin Nugent[For the relief of Augustin Nugent.]Not Enacted
1707Privilege of parliamentFor explaining regulating and explaining privilege of parliament.Not Enacted
1707Anthony, Lord Viscount Gormanstown; Margaret, Viscountess GormanstownFor sale of part of the estate of Anthony, called Lord Viscount Gormanstown, for payment of his debts and for settling a jointure on Margaret, Viscountess Gormanstown, in lieu of a rent charge payable to her out of the said viscounts estate.Not Enacted
1707Tuam archdioceseFor settling the proportions for tithes called quarter parts in the diocese of Tuam on the incumbents who have actual cure of souls and for uniting the wardenship of Galway to the archbishop of Tuam in lieu thereof.Not Enacted
1709River Suir navigationFor making the River Suir navigable.Not Enacted
1709Parents of bastard childrenTo oblige the mothers and reputed fathers of bastard children to maintain them.Not Enacted
1709Flax and hempTo amend the defects of such acts as have been made relating to the hempen and flaxen manufactures, and to encourage the further improvement thereof.8 Anne c.12
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
1709Earl of CavanFor the relief of the Right Honourable Richard, earl of Cavan, in relation to several encumbrances contracted by Charles, late earl of Cavan, on his estate in this kingdom of Ireland, and other dispositions made thereof by him.Not Enacted
1709Agmondisham VeseyFor enabling Agmondisham Vesey, esquire, to charge his estate for payment of debts.8 Anne c.4 (private)
1709River Barrow navigationFor making the River Barrow, in the counties of Kildare, Queens County, Catherlogh, Kilkenny, Wexford and Waterford navigable.Not Enacted
1709Richard, Lord Bellew of DuleekFor enabling Richard, Lord Bellew, baron of Duleek, to sell part of his estate for discharge of debts and encumbrances affecting the same, and for settling the residue thereof on himself for life, with remainder to his Protestant issue, subject to an enlargement of the jointure already settled on the right honourable the countess of Newburgh his wife.8 Anne c.2 (private)
1709Charles PlunkettFor the relief of Charles Plunkett, esquire.8 Anne c.5 (private)
1709SmythFor applying the surplus profits of the lands and tenements formerly given by Erasmus Smith, esquire, to charitable uses towards the support and maintenance of a mathematical school and schoolmaster in the city of Dublin, and other charitable uses in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1709Dorothy RawdonFor the relief of Dorothy Rawdon, spinster.8 Anne c.6 (private)
1709FisheriesFor the encouragement of the fishery of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1709Revenue officers and merchants' bondsTo oblige the officers of the revenue and exchequer, on producing proper certificates of the performance of the condition of bonds given on exportation and coastways, to deliver up such bonds to the merchants producing such certificates, without fee or reward.Not Enacted
1709Prisoners for debtFor the relief of poor prisoners for debt.Not Enacted
1709Canal from Knockbridge to Fathom, Co. Down.[For making a canal from Knockbridge to Fathom, in the county of Down.]Not Enacted
1709River Shannon navigationFor making and keeping the River Shannon in the counties of Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary, Kings County, Westmeath, Longford, Leitrim, Roscommon and Galway and Clare navigable.Not Enacted
1709Securing payment of duties granted to crownFor the better securing to her majesty the payment of such duties as shall be granted to her majesty this session of parliament.8 Anne c.1
1709MilitiaTo regulate the militia of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1709Additional dutyFor granting to her majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco, calicoes, linens, and other goods and merchandizes, and also a duty on rock salt.8 Anne c.2
1709JurorsFor the better regulating of jurors.Not Enacted
1709Parish union and divisionFor dividing several parishes, and for building several parish churches in more convenient places.Not Enacted
1709Division of parish of Galloone in diocese of ClogherFor dividing the parish of Galloone in the diocese of Clogher.Not Enacted
1709House-breakersFor encouraging the discovery and apprehending of house-breakers.8 Anne c.8
1709Parish union and divisionFor uniting several parishes, and building churches in more convenient places.Not Enacted
1709Dissolving union of parishes of Tynan and Derrynoose, and building churches in diocese of ArmaghFor dissolving the union of the parishes of Tynan and Derrynoose, and for building several parish churches in more convenient places in the diocese of Armagh.8 Anne c.13
1709Charitable usesTo redress the misemployment of lands, goods and stocks of money, heretofore given to certain charitable uses.Not Enacted
1709Protection of salmon fry, and salmon and herring fisheriesTo prevent the destruction of salmon fry, and for the better preserving the salmon and herring fishing in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1709Estates of minors liable to debts of ancestorsFor making the estates of minors liable to the payment of the debts of their ancestors during their minority, and for the more easy taking out execution on judgments, statutes merchant, and of the staple, and for the further amendment of the law in certain other cases.Not Enacted
1709Grain, and measuresFor amending an act of the 12th of King Edward IV, entitled, an act that no grain be laden out of the realm, unless the same be at a certain price, and for amending an act for regulating the measures in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1709Corn exportsFor explaining and amending an act passed in the 6th year of her majesty's reign, for the encouraging the exportation of corn.Not Enacted
1709Fences between neighbouring landsTo oblige proprietors and tenants of neighbouring lands to make fences between their several holdings.Not Enacted
1709John WhiteTo enable [John White] to raise money out of his estate by sale, mortgage, or otherwise, for payment of portions to his younger brother and sister, and other debts affecting the said estate, and for other purposes.Not Enacted
1709Sir Maurice EustaceTo enable the trustees named in Sir Maurice Eustace's will, to sell such part of his estate for payment of his debts, as is by law liable thereto.Not Enacted
1709Quit, crown and composition rentsFor the ease of the subject in collecting quit rents, crown rents, and composition rents.Not Enacted
1709Colonel John BrowneTo confirm the sales made by the trustees of appointed to sell the estates of Colonel John Browne.Not Enacted
1709John Hore[For payment of the debts of John Hore of Shandon, in the county of Waterford, esquire].Not Enacted
1709Preventing rescuesTo prevent rescues, and for the amendment of the laws in several cases.Not Enacted
1709Public schoolsFor explaining and amending several laws now in force in this kingdom relating to public schools.Not Enacted
1709Terms of office of sheriffsFor explaining and amending several statutes for prohibiting sheriffs, under-sheriffs and sheriffs clerks from officiating as under-sheriffs or sheriffs clerks more than one year.Not Enacted
1709Liberty of the subjectFor the better securing the liberty of the subject, and for preventing of imprisonment beyond the seas.Not Enacted
1709Vexatious suits by paupersTo prevent vexatious suits prosecuted by paupers.Not Enacted
1709Planting and preserving timber treesFor the further explaining and putting in execution an act for planting and preserving timber trees and woods.Not Enacted
1709Watches in Dublin and other partsFor settling a nightly watch in the city and suburbs of Dublin and other parts of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1709Inheritance by posthumous childrenTo enable posthumous children to take estates, as if born in their fathers' lifetime, and concerning children born during elopement.8 Anne c.4
1709Assizes and sessionsTo prevent delays of proceedings at the assizes and sessions.8 Anne c.5
1709CounterfeitingFor the better preventing the counterfeiting the current coin of this kingdom.8 Anne c.6
1709Escapes from marshalsea prison of Four CourtsFor the better preventing escapes out of the prison of marshalsea of the Four Courts.8 Anne c.7
1709Delivering declarations to prisonersFor delivering declarations to prisoners.8 Anne c.9
1709Registry of deeds, conveyances, and willsFor amending an act, entitled, an act for the public registering of all deeds, conveyances and wills, that shall be made of any honors, manors, lands, tenements or hereditaments.8 Anne c.10
1709Bills of exchange and promissory notesFor the better payment of inland bills of exchange, and for making promissory notes more obligatory.8 Anne c.11
1709Richard, earl of Ranelagh; William WestgarthTo vest part of the estate of Richard, earl of Ranelagh, in William Westgarth, esquire, to be sold for payment of the debts of the said earl.8 Anne c.1 (private)
1709Sir Montague BlundellTo enable Sir Montague Blundell, baronet, a minor, to make a settlement of his estate on his marriage, notwithstanding his infancy.8 Anne c.3 (private)
1709Frauds by bankruptsTo prevent frauds frequently committed by such as become bankrupts.Not Enacted
1709Blasphemy and profanenessFor the more effectual suppressing of blasphemy and profaneness.Not Enacted
1709SheepTo restrain the number of sheep in any one persons hands or custody.Not Enacted
1709Corn transportDirecting when corn may be transported, and when not.Not Enacted
1709Stealing of deerFor the effectual discovery and punishment of deer stealers.Not Enacted
1709Harbour of BelfastFor finishing the quay, and cleansing and keeping in repair the harbour and dock of Belfast.Not Enacted
1709Harbour of WexfordFor opening and cleansing the mouth of the harbour of Wexford, and setting a buoy and perch there.Not Enacted
1709Tenure of judges' employmentFor explaining and amending an act made in the 10th year of King Henry VII, concerning the granting judicial employments.Not Enacted
1709Qualification of justices of the peaceFor qualifying persons to be justices of the peace.Not Enacted
1709Enabling tenants for life to make leases for three lives to ProtestantsTo enable tenants for life to make leases for three lives, or one and thirty years, to Protestants, at the best improved rent, without fine.Not Enacted
1709Provision for poorFor the better providing for the poor of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1709Grand jury presentmentsTo amend and render more useful an act, entitled, an act to prevent the illegal raising of money by grand juries, and the misapplying of money legally raised.Not Enacted
1709Richard BoltonTo enable Richard Bolton, of Braziel, in the county of Dublin, esquire, to charge his real estate for the portions of his daughters and younger sons.Not Enacted
1709Theophilus JonesFor vesting certain lands, tenements and hereditaments in the counties of Leitrim, Longford, Roscommon, Meath and the county of the city of Dublin in the kingdom of Ireland, part of the estate of Theophilus Jones of Headfort in the county of Leitrim, esquire, in certain trustees for payment of his debts, and to enable the said trustees to sell all or a sufficient part of the premises for the payment of his said debts.Not Enacted
1710Securing of rents, and frauds by tenantsFor the better securing of rents, and to prevent frauds committed by tenants.9 Anne c.8
1710Appeal in case of murderFor bringing an appeal in case of murder, notwithstanding the statute of the 10th of King HenryVII whereby murder is made high treason.9 Anne c.4
1710Simony and sale of officesTo prevent the promotion of any spiritual person for reward, and buying and selling temporal offices relating to the execution of justice.Not Enacted
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
1710Union of parishes, and building churchesFor uniting several parishes, and building several parish churches in more convenient places.9 Anne c.12
1710Paving in DublinFor the better amendment of the pavements in the city of Dublin, and for removing encroachments and nuisances that are or shall be erected thereon.Not Enacted
1710Frances, countess of Newburgh, wife of Richard Lord BellewFor confirming to the Right Honourable Frances, countess of Newburgh, wife of Richard Lord Bellew, the provisions formerly made for the jointure of the said countess, and confirming certain estates and uses limited by a certain indenture herein mentioned, and for providing portions for the younger daughters of the said Richard Lord Bellew and the countess of Newburgh.9 Anne c.3 (private)
1710Viscount GrandisonFor vesting part of the estate of the Lord Viscount Grandison in the kingdom of Ireland in trustees, to be sold for payment of a debt charged thereon.9 Anne c.2 (private)
1710James, duke of OrmondFor the rendering more effectual the several provisions made by the former acts for payment of the debts of James, late duke of Ormond, and of the present duke of Ormond, and for other purposes therein expressed.9 Anne c.1 (private)
1710Samuel RaymondFor the enabling Samuel Raymond of Ballyloughrane in the county of Kerry, esquire, to mortgage or sell certain lands in the said county of Kerry and County Cork, for the payment of his debts.9 Anne c.5 (private)
1710Henry Stoughton, Sarah Stoughton, Anthony StoughtonFor the enabling Henry Stoughton of Rattow in the county of Kerry, esquire, and Sarah, his wife, in behalf of themselves and Anthony Stoughton, son and heir of the said Henry, an infant, to mortgage certain lands and tenements in the county of Kerry for the payment of debts.9 Anne c.6 (private)
1710Quit, crown and composition rentsFor the ease of her majesty's subjects in the payment of their quit rents, crown rents and composition rents.Not Enacted
1710Additional dutyFor granting to her majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco, and other goods and merchandises.9 Anne c.2
1710Mending of roadsFor the amending the highways and roads in this kingdom, and for the application of the six days' labour.9 Anne c.9
1710Amendment of the lawFor the further amendment of the law and the better advancement of justice in certain cases.Not Enacted
1710LinenTo enforce such acts as have been made for the improvement of the linen manufacture, and for a further regulation of the same.9 Anne c.3
1710Dorothy RawdonFor explaining an act passed in the last session of this present parliament entitled an act for the relief of Dorothy Rawdon, spinster.Not Enacted
1710Susanna Catharina NugentFor the relief of Susanna Catharina Nugent.9 Anne c.4 (private)
1710John HackettFor the relief of John Hackett, esquire, to enable him to sue for the arrears of rent, and to vest the surplus of his late father's estate in him and his heirs.Not Enacted
1710Running of tobaccoFor the better preventing the running of tobacco in this kingdom, and the defrauding her majesty of her duties thereon.Not Enacted
1710John White, Mary WhiteFor the relief of John White, esquire, and Mary, his wife.Not Enacted
1710Securing payment of duties granted to crownFor the better securing to her majesty the payment of such duties as shall be granted to her majesty this session of parliament.9 Anne c.1
1710Promissory notesTo make promissory notes more effectual.Not Enacted
1710Butchers and cattleFor amending and making perpetual an act entitled an act to prohibit butchers from being graziers, and to redress several abuses in buying and selling of cattle, and in the slaughtering and packing of beef, tallow and hides.9 Anne c.7
1710Cattle maimingTo prevent the maiming of cattle.9 Anne c.11
1710Church repairsFor the repairing and rebuilding churches in this kingdom, and removing such as are inconveniently placed to more convenient places.Not Enacted
1710Benefit of clergyFor taking away the benefit of the clergy in certain cases, and for taking away the book in all cases, and for repealing part of the statute for transporting felons.9 Anne c.6
1710Coal trade in DublinTo prevent the engrossing and monopolising coals imported into the port or city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1710Prisoners for debtFor the relief of insolvent debtors now in confinement.9 Anne c.10
1710Stealing of deer, and imparking of landTo prevent deer stealing and to encourage the imparking of land.Not Enacted
1710Public schoolsFor explaining and amending the laws now in force relating to public schools.Not Enacted
1710Liberty of the subjectFor better securing the liberty of the subject, and for prevention of imprisonment beyond the seas.Not Enacted
1710Encouragement of tilling land with bullocksTo encourage the tilling of lands with bullocks.Not Enacted
1710Planting and preserving timber treesFor the further explaining and putting in execution an act for planting and preserving timber trees and woods.9 Anne c.5
1710Writs of errorFor limiting certain times within which writs of error shall be brought for the reversing fines, common recoveries and ancient judgments.Not Enacted
1710Discovery of felonsFor the better discovery of felons.Not Enacted
1710Guardians enabled to make leasesTo enable guardians, during the minority of the heir, to make leases for lives.Not Enacted
1710Arthur JudgeIn relation to Mr Arthur Judge the younger.Not Enacted
1710Viscount MayoIn favour of [Viscount Mayo]Not Enacted
1710Tenants for lives and renewal of leasesFor preventing the great expense, hazard and trouble which tenants for lives are usually at in renewing their leases.Not Enacted
1710Preservation of gameFor preservation of the game.Not Enacted
1710Charitable usesTo redress the misemployment of lands, goods and stocks of money, which may be given to charitable uses.Not Enacted
1710Encouragement of tillageFor the encouragement of the tillage in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1710Robert Hammerton (or Hamerton)For vesting part of the estate of Robert Hammerton, esquire, in trustees to be sold for payment of debts.Not Enacted
1710Sir John KingFor vesting the estate of Sir John King, baronet, in the province of Connaught, in trustees, to be sold for payment of the debts of Robert, late Lord Kingston, baron of Kingston, and of Sir Robert King, baronet, deceased, and for the payment of the several portions and sums of money charged thereon by the last wills and testaments of the said Robert, lord baron of Kingston, and of Sir Robert King.Not Enacted
1710Richard BoltonTo enable Richard Bolton of Braziell in the county of Dublin and kingdom of Ireland, esquire, to charge his real estate with the sum of 5,000 for the portions of his daughters and younger sons.Not Enacted
1710Theophilus JonesFor vesting certain lands, tenements and hereditaments in the counties of Leitrim, Longford, Roscommon and Meath in the kingdom of Ireland, part of the estate of Theophilus Jones of Headfort in the county of Leitrim, esquire, in certain trustees for the more speedy and easy payment of his debts, and to enable the said trustees to sell all or a sufficient part of the premises for the payment of his said debts.Not Enacted
1710Francis SmithFor vesting part of the estate of Francis Smith in the county of Cork and kingdom of Ireland, gentleman, in trustees to be sold or mortgaged for payment of debts and provision for younger children.Not Enacted
1710Maurice FitzGeraldFor the enabling Maurice FitzGerald of Inishmore in the county of Kerry, esquire, to sell certain lands and tenements in the county of Kerry for the payment of his debts.Not Enacted
1710Abuses in collecting public moneyTo prevent the abuses in collecting the public money.Not Enacted
1711Quit, crown and composition rentsFor the ease of her majesty's subjects in their paying of quit rents, crown rents and composition rents.Not Enacted
1711Anne, countess of Tyrone; Lady Catherine Power; James, late earl of TyroneTo enable the Right Honourable Anne, countess of Tyrone, during her life, or such person or persons as after her decease shall be guardian or guardians to the Lady Catherine Power, daughter of James, late earl of Tyrone, to set leases of the estate of said earl for a term not exceeding 31 years, at a full and improved rent without fine.11 Anne c.1 (private)
1711John Walsh, Edward WalshFor the sale of the town and lands of Cork, alias Corkagh, situate in the county of Dublin, part of the estate of John Walsh, esquire, for the payment of debts contracted by Edward Walsh, esquire, his deceased brother, now affecting said lands and other lands, the estate of said John.11 Anne c.4 (private)
1711Dorothy RawdonFor explaining an act passed in a former session of this present parliament entitled an act for the relief of Dorothy Rawdon, spinster.11 Anne c.3 (private)
1711Blasphemy and profanenessFor the more effectual suppressing of blasphemy and profaneness.Not Enacted
1711Preservation of gameFor the better preservation of the game.11 Anne c.7
1711Encouragement of tillageFor the encouragement of tillage.Not Enacted
1711GamingFor the better preventing of excessive and deceitful gaming.11 Anne c.5
1711Qualification of justices of the peaceFor qualifying persons to be justices of the peace in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1711Frauds by tenantsFor the more effectual preventing of frauds committed by tenants.11 Anne c.2
1711Qualification of members of parliamentFor qualifying persons to be members of parliament in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1711Vagabonds and beggars, and regulation of poor in parishesFor rendering more effectual the statute made in the 33rd year of the reign of King HenryVIII relating to vagabonds and vagrant beggars, and for the better regulating the poor within the respective parishes of this kingdom, and employing such as are able to labour.Not Enacted
1711Vestries' raising of moneyTo regulate the method of raising money at vestries.Not Enacted
1711Renewal of leases by guardiansTo enable guardians and others to renew leases for lives.11 Anne c.3
1711Suppressing lotteriesFor suppressing lotteries.11 Anne c.6
1711Terms of office of sheriffsFor explaining and amending several statutes for prohibiting under-sheriffs and sheriffs clerks from officiating for more than one year.11 Anne c.8
1711Liberty of the subjectFor better securing the liberty of the subject, and for prevention of imprisonment beyond the seas.Not Enacted
1711Fences between neighbouring landsTo oblige the proprietors and tenants of neighbouring lands to make fences between their several holdings.Not Enacted
1711Coal tradeFor the more effectual preventing the engrossing, forestalling and regrating of coals imported into this kingdom.11 Anne c.4
1711Additional dutyFor granting to her majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco and other goods and merchandises.11 Anne c.1
1711Clandestine marriagesTo prevent clandestine marriages.Not Enacted
1711FlaxTo encourage the sowing and dressing of flax in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1711Francis Bernard; Stephen and Peter Ludlow; William Penn, senior; William Penn, juniorTo vest the inheritance of certain lands in the barony of Ibaune and Barryroe in the county of Cork in Francis Bernard, esquire, and his heirs, and to vest certain terms for years in the said lands in Stephen and Peter Ludlow, esquires, respectively, in trust for the said Francis Bernard, pursuant to an agreement made between the said Francis Bernard and William Pen, senior, and William Pen, junior, esquires, for the purchase of the said lands.11 Anne c.2 (private)
1711James Donelan (or Donnellan)For enabling James Donelan of Cloghan in County Roscommon, esquire, to sell or mortgage certain lands or tenements for payment of his debts, and for securing a jointure to his wife.11 Anne c.5 (private)
1711TithesFor the more easy recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues, and to prevent frequent excommunications.Not Enacted
1711Gashing and cutting of hidesTo prevent the gashing and cutting of hides or skins in the fleaing thereof.Not Enacted
1711Tenants for lives and renewal of leasesFor preventing the great expense, hazard and trouble which tenants for life are usually at in renewing their leases.Not Enacted
1711Parish union and division, and free schoolsFor union and division of parishes, and making provision for erecting free schools to teach Irish children the English tongue.Not Enacted
1711Charitable usesFor the better securing what is given to pious and charitable uses.Not Enacted
1711Manse housesFor the amending and putting in execution an act for improving of manse houses.Not Enacted
1711Parish union and divisionFor real union and division of parishes.Not Enacted
1711Writs of mandamus and quo warrantosFor rendering the proceedings upon writs of mandamus, and informations in the nature of quo warranto, more speedy and effectual, and for the more easy trying and determining the rights of offices and franchises in corporations and boroughs.Not Enacted
1711Preventing firesFor the better preventing mischiefs that may happen by fire.Not Enacted
1711FeesFor preventing the taking excessive fees for warrants, recognizances and examinations.Not Enacted
1713Linen whitening abusesFor preventing abuses committed in whitening linen.Not Enacted
1713Preventing firesFor the better preventing mischiefs that may happen by fire.Not Enacted
1713Regulating parliament electionsFor regulating elections in the kingdom of Ireland.Not Enacted
1713Preventing imprisonment overseasTo prevent imprisonment beyond the seas.Not Enacted
1713Encouragement of tillageFor the encouragement of tillage.Not Enacted
1713Bankers' notesFor making bankers' notes more effectual.Not Enacted
1713Quit, crown and composition rentsFor the ease of her majesty's subjects in paying their quit rents.Not Enacted
1713Church repairs and vestriesTo empower vestries to raise money for keeping parish churches in constant repair.Not Enacted
1713Counsel in cases of felony and treasonThat the subject may have the benefit of counsel in cases of felony and treason.Not Enacted
1713Additional dutyFor granting to her majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco, and all other goods and merchandises.[12 Anne]
1713Protestant jurors in GalwayTo enable Protestant freeholders of the county of Galway to serve as jurors in all criminal cases in the county of the town of Galway.Not Enacted
1713Clandestine marriagesTo prevent clandestine marriages.Not Enacted
1713Transportation overseasFor the more effectual sending beyond the sea such as by law are to be transported, and to prevent the return of such who shall be transported.Not Enacted
1713Criminal prosecutions for words spokenTo limit the time for criminal prosecutions for words spoken.Not Enacted
1713Relief of poor prisonersFor the relief of poor prisoners.Not Enacted
1713Cattle maimingFor supplying the defects of an act entitled an act to prevent the maiming of cattle.Not Enacted
1713Writs of mandamus and quo warrantosFor rendering the proceedings on writs of mandamus, and informations in the nature of a quo warranto, more speedy and effectual, and for the more easy trying and determining the rights of offices and franchises in corporations and boroughs.Not Enacted
1713TithesFor the more easy recovery of tithes, and other ecclesiastical dues, and to prevent frequent excommunications.Not Enacted
1713Blasphemy and profanenessTo prevent blasphemy and profaneness.Not Enacted
1713Stealing of horses, and punishing accessories to felonsAgainst horse stealing, and to prevent the buying and selling of stolen horses, and for punishing all accessories to felons.Not Enacted
1713Summary hearings for small debtsFor the amending and continuing the act for recovery of small debts in a summary way, before the judges of the assize.Not Enacted
1713Tories and rappareesFor amending two several acts against tories, robbers and rapparees.Not Enacted
1713ServantsTo empower justices of the peace to determine disputes about servants wages, and to oblige masters to pay the same, and to punish idle and disorderly servants.Not Enacted
1713Attainting the Pretender and his adherents of high treasonTo attaint the Pretender, and all persons, subjects of this kingdom, who have adhered to, aided, abetted or assisted him, of high treason.Not Enacted
1713Qualification of members of parliamentFor securing the freedom of parliament, by qualifying members that are to sit therein.Not Enacted
1715Conveyances of estates by infantsTo enable infants who are seized or possessed of estates in fee, in trust or by way of mortgage to make conveyances of such estates.2 George I c.6
1715Duke of OrmondFor extinguishing the regalities and liberties of the county of Tipperary and Cross Tipperary, commonly called the county palatine of Tipperary, and for vesting in his majesty the estate of James Butler, commonly called James, duke of Ormond, and for giving a reward of 10,000 to any person who shall seize or secure him, in