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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
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
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
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
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
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
1710Additional dutyFor granting to her majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco, and other goods and merchandises.9 Anne c.2
1711Additional dutyFor granting to her majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco and other goods and merchandises.11 Anne c.1
1713Additional dutyFor granting to her majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco, and all other goods and merchandises.[12 Anne]
1715Additional dutyFor granting to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale and strong waters, tobacco and other goods and merchandises.2 George I c.1
1715Additional dutyFor continuing to his majesty the additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco, and other goods and merchandises.2 George I c.7
1715Additional dutyFor granting to his majesty an additional duty on wines and strong waters, and spirits perfectly made, and upon all spirits made and distilled of wine, and also a tax on salaries, profits of employments, fees and pensions therein mentioned.2 George I c.3
1717Additional dutyFor continuing to his majesty the additional duties on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco and other goods and merchandises.4 George I c.1
1717Additional dutyFor continuing to his majesty an additional duty on all wines and strong waters and spirits perfectly made, and upon all spirits made and distilled of wine, and also a tax on salaries, profits of employments, fees and pensions, and for granting a further additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters and spirits perfectly made, and upon all spirits made and distilled of wine, and for securing the repayment of 50,000 formerly advanced unto his majesty for the use of the public, together with the interest thereof.4 George I c.2
1719Additional dutyFor continuing to his majesty the additional duties on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco and other goods and merchandises, and also on all sorts of wine, strong waters, and spirits perfectly made, and upon all spirits made and distilled of wine, and also a tax on all salaries, profits of employments, fees, and pensions therein mentioned, and for continuing the further additional duty on ale, beer and strong waters, and spirits perfectly made, and upon spirits made and distilled of wine, and for granting an additional duty on molasses, treacle, tea, coffee, chocolate and cocoa-nuts, and for securing the repayment of 50,000 sterling formerly advanced to his majesty for the use of the public, with the interest thereof.6 George I c.4
1721Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty the additional duties on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco, and other goods and merchandises, and also upon all sorts of wine, strong waters, and spirits perfectly made, and upon all spirits made and distilled of wine, and also for granting and continuing the further additional duties on beer, ale, aqua vitae, and strong waters, brewed and made in this kingdom, and upon brandy or spirits above proof, and on tea, coffee, chocolate, and cocoa-nuts, and also a tax on all salaries, profits of employments, fees, and pensions therein mentioned, and for securing the repayment of 50,000 sterling formerly advanced to his late majesty, for the use of the public, together with the interest thereof.8 George I c.1
1723Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty the additional duties on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco, and other goods, and also on all sorts of wine, strong waters, etc., and the further additional duties on beer, ale, aqua vitae, and strong waters, brewed and made in this kingdom, and on brandy or spirits above proof, and on tea, coffee, chocolate, and cocoa-nuts and also a tax on salaries, and for securing the repayment of 50,000 sterling formerly advanced to his late majesty, for the use of the public, with interest.10 George I c.1
1725Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty the additional duties on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco, and other goods and merchandises, and also on all sorts of wine, strong waters, spirits perfectly made and distilled of wine, and also for granting and continuing the further additional duties on beer, ale, aqua vitae, and strong waters, brewed and made in this kingdom, and on brandy or spirits above proof, and on tea, coffee, chocolate, and cocoa-nuts and also a tax on salaries, profits of employments, fees, and pensions therein mentioned and for securing the repayment of 50,000 sterling formerly advanced to his late majesty for the use of the public, together with interest thereof.12 George I c.1
1727Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty the additional duties on beer, ale, strong waters, tobacco, and other goods and merchandizes, and also upon all sorts of wine, strong waters, and spirits perfectly made, and upon all spirits made and distilled of wine, and also for granting and continuing the several further additional duties on beer, ale, aqua vitae, and strong waters, brewed and made in this kingdom, and upon brandy or spirits above proof, and one tea, coffee, chocolate, and cocoa-nuts.1 George II c.1
1727Additional dutyFor granting his majesty additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, and other goods or merchandizes therein mentioned, and also a tax on salaries, profits of employments, fees and pensions, and for securing the repayment of 50,000 sterling formerly advanced to his late Majesty, for the use of the public, together with interest thereof.1 George II c.4
1729Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty, an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, and other goods and merchandises, therein mentioned.3 George II c.2
1729Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty a further additional duty on wine, strong waters, brandy, and spirits, and also a tax of 4s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employments, fees, and pensions, to be applied to pay an interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, for the sum of 200,000 and towards the discharge of the said principal sum.3 George II c.1
1731Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned.5 George II c.1
1731Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty a further additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned, or lacquered ware, and vinegar, and also a tax of 4s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employments, fees and pensions, to be applied to pay an interest of 5 per cent per annum, for the sum of 300,000 and towards the discharge of the said principal sum.5 George II c.2
1733Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, and other goods and merchandizes therein mentioned.7 George II c.1
1733Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty a further additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned or lacquered ware, and vinegar, and also a tax of 4s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employments, fees, and pensions, to be applied to pay an interest of 5 per cent per annum for the sum of 300,000 or such part thereof as shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of December 1733, and towards the discharge of the said principal sum.7 George II c.2
1735Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, and other goods and merchandizes therein mentioned.9 George II c.1
1735Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty a further additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned or lacquered ware, and vinegar, and also a tax of 4s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employments, fees, and pensions, to be applied to pay an interest of 5 per cent per annum for the sum of 300,000 or such part thereof as shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of December 1735, and towards the discharge of the said principal sum.9 George II c.2
1737Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, and other goods and merchandizes therein mentioned.11 George II c.1
1737Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty a further additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned or lacquered ware, and vinegar, and also a tax of 4s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employments, fees, and pensions, to be applied to pay an interest of 5 per cent per annum for the sum of 300,000 or such part thereof as shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of December 1737, and towards the discharge of the said principal sum.11 George II c.2
1739Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty a further additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned or lacquered ware, and vinegar, and also a tax of 4s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employments, fees, and pensions, to be applied to pay an interest of 5 per cent per annum for the sum of 300,000 or such part thereof as shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of December 1739, and towards the discharge of the said principal sum.13 George II c.2
1739Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, and other goods and merchandizes therein mentioned.13 George II c.1
1741Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, and other goods and merchandizes therein mentioned.15 George II c.1
1741Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty a further additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned or lacquered ware, and vinegar, and also a tax of 4s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employments, fees and pensions, to be applied to pay an interest of 4 per cent per annum upon the sum of 125,000 part of the sum of 300,000 and an interest of 5 per cent per annum upon such part of the residue thereof as shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of December, 1741, and also to pay an interest of 4 per cent per annum upon a further sum, not exceeding the sum of 125,000 to be borrowed for the purposes herein mentioned, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums.15 George II c.2
1743Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides, and other goods and merchandizes therein mentioned.17 George II, c.1
1743Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty a further additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned or lacquered ware, and vinegar, and also a tax of 4s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employments, fees and pensions, to be applied to pay an interest of 5 per cent per annum upon such part of the sum of 100,000 part of the sum of 300,000 formerly raised, which shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of December, 1743, and also to pay an interest of 4 per cent per annum upon such part of the sum of 250,000 also formerly raised, as shall remain unpaid of the said 25th day of December, 1743, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums.17 George II, c.2
1745Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty an additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned or lacquered ware, and vinegar, and also a tax of 4s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employments, fees, and pensions, to be applied to pay an interest of 5 per cent per annum upon such part of the sum of 100,000, part of the sum of 300,000, formerly raised, and to pay an interest of 4 per cent per annum upon such part of the sum of 250,000, also formerly raised, as shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of December 1745, as also to pay an interest of 4 per cent per annum upon a further sum not exceeding the sum of 70,000, to be borrowed for the purposes herein mentioned, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums.19 George II c.3
1745Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides, and other goods and merchandizes therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.19 George II c.2
1747Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides, and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.21 George II c.1
1747Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty a further additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned or lacquered ware, and vinegar, and also a tax of 4s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employments, fees and pensions, to be applied to pay an interest of 5 per cent per annum upon such part of the sum of 100,000, part of the sum of 300,000, formerly raised, and to pay an interest of 4 per cent per annum upon such part of the sum of 250,000 also formerly raised, as shall remain unpaid of the said 25th day of December, 1747, as also to pay an interest of 4 per cent per annum for such part of the sum of 70,000, as hath been, or shall be, borrowed, pursuant to an act passed the last session of parliament, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums.21 George II c.2
1749Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor payment of the principal sums of 70,000 and 58,500, in discharge for so much of the national debt, and for granting to his majesty an additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned or lacquered ware, and vinegar, and also a tax of 4 s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employments, fees and pensions, to be applied to discharge the interest of the said principal sums, until the same shall be paid, and also to pay an interest of 4 per cent per annum for the sum of 250,000, which will remain due after the payments aforesaid, and an interest of 4 per cent per annum for such further sums as may hereafter be borrowed, pursuant to an act, passed in the 19th year of his present majesty's reign, and towards the discharge of the said principal sum of 250,000.23 George II c.2
1749Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides, and other goods and merchandizes therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.23 George II c.1
1751Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.25 George II c.1
1751Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor payment of the principal of 120,000 in discharge of so much of the national debt, and for granting to his majesty an additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned or lacquered ware and vinegar, and also a tax of 4s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employment, fees and pensions, to be applied to discharge the interest of the said principal sum, until the same shall be paid, and also to pay an interest of 4 per cent per annum for the sum of 117,500, which will remain due after payment of the said sum of 120,000, and towards the discharge of the said sum of 117,500, or so much thereof as shall remain due on the 25th day of December, 1751.25 George II c.2
1751DutiesTo explain and amend an act entitled an act for granting and continuing to his majesty several duties upon coaches, berlins, chariots, calashes, chaises and chairs, and upon cards and dice, and upon wrought and manufactured gold and silver plate, for the purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1753Government loanFor payment of the sum of 77,500, or so much thereof as shall remain due on the 25th day of December, 1753, in discharge of the national debt, together with interest for the same, at the rate of 4 per cent per annum from the said 25th day of December, 1753, until the 25 day of March, 1754.Not Enacted
1753Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides, and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.27 George II c.1
1755Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.29 George II c.1
1757Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and also for prohibiting the importation of gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.31 George II c.1
1757RevenueFor continuing and amending the several laws heretofore made relating to his majesty's revenue, and for the more effectual preventing of frauds in his majesty's customs and excise.31 George II c.6
1759Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty a further additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned and lacquered ware, and vinegar, to be applied to pay an interest of 4 per cent per annum for such sums of money, not exceeding in the whole the sum of 150,000, as shall be advanced and paid into his majesty's treasury, in manner therein mentioned, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums.33 George II c.2
1759Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.33 George II c.1
1759RevenueFor the better regulating the collection of his majesty's revenue, and for preventing frauds therein, and for repealing an act made the last session of parliament, entitled, an act for continuing and amending the several laws heretofore made relating to his majesty's revenue, and for the more effectual preventing of frauds in his majesty's customs and excise, and the several acts and statutes which are mentioned in the said act, and continued thereby.33 George II c.10
1761Government loanFor granting to his majesty the several duties, rates and impositions therein expressed to be applied to pay as interest at the rate of 5 per centum per annum for the several sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sum.1 George III c.5
1761Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.1 George III c.1
1761Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty a further additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned and lacquered ware and vinegar, and for better securing the repayment of 150,000 paid into the treasury for the support of his majesty's government, pursuant to an act of the last session, together with the interest thereof, and for securing the repayment of such sums of money, not exceeding in the whole the sum of 300,000 as have been, or shall be paid into the treasury, or shall be advanced to his present majesty, pursuant to the resolutions of the house of commons the last session of parliament, together with the interest thereof.1 George III c.2
1763Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.3 George III c.1
1763Government loanFor granting to his majesty the several duties, rates and impositions therein expressed to be applied to pay an interest at the rate of 4 per centum per annum for part of the sums therein provided for, and an interest at the rate of 5 per annum for the residue of the sums therein also provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums.3 George III c.2
1765Government loanFor granting to his majesty the several duties, rates and impositions therein expressed to be applied to pay as interest at the rate of 4 per centum per annum for the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums.5 George III c.2
1765Additional dutyFor granting to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.5 George III c.1
1765Excise ratesFor explaining certain doubts arising upon an act passed in the 14th and 15th years of the reign of King CharlesII entitled an act for settling the excise or new impost upon his majesty, his heirs and successors, according to the book of rates therein inserted.Not Enacted
1765Excise on imported spiritsFor ascertaining the duty of excise payable upon the importation of brandy, rum and Geneva.5 George III c.5
1767Government loanFor granting to his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums, in such a manner as therein directed.7 George III c.2
1767Additional dutyFor granting to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.7 George III c.1
1769Government loanFor granting to his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed, to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums, in such manner as therein is directed.Not Enacted
1769Government loanFor granting to his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed, to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums, in such manner as therein is directed.9 George III c.2
1769Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.9 George III c.1
1771BGovernment loanFor granting unto his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed, to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums, in such a manner as therein is directed.11 & 12 George III c.2
1771BAdditional dutyFor granting unto his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.Not Enacted
1771BAdditional dutyFor granting unto his majesty an additional duty on the several commodities, goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.11 & 12 George III c.1
1773Government loanTo explain and amend an act passed this session entitled an act for granting annuities, in the manner therein provided, to such persons as shall voluntarily subscribe towards raising a sum not exceeding the sum of 265,000.13 & 14 George III c.7
1773Government loanFor granting annuities, in the manner therein provided, to such persons as shall voluntarily subscribe towards raising a sum not exceeding the sum of 265,000.13 & 14 George III c.5
1773Government loanFor granting unto his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to pay an interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum for such part of the principal sums formerly borrowed as shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of December 1773, and to apply the surplus of the said duties in such manner and for such purposes as shall be directed by parliament.13 & 14 George III c.2
1773Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.13 & 14 George III c.1
1773Additional dutyFor granting to his majesty an additional duty upon the several goods and merchandises therein mentioned.13 & 14 George III c.3
1775Additional dutyFor explaining an act entitled an act for granting unto his majesty an additional duty on the several commodities, goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.15 & 16 George III c.10
1775Additional dutyFor granting to his majesty an additional duty upon the several goods and merchandises therein mentioned.15 & 16 George III c.3
1775Government loanFor granting unto his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to pay an interest at the rate of four per cent per annum for such part of the several principal sums formerly borrowed as shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of December 1775, and for other purposes as therein mentioned.15 & 16 George III c.1
1775Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.Not Enacted
1775Government loanFor granting annuities in the manner therein provided to such persons as shall voluntarily subscribe towards raising a sum not exceeding the sum of 175,000.15 & 16 George III c.2
1775Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty an additional duty on the several commodities, goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.15 & 16 George III c.8
1776Government loanFor granting unto his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to pay an interest at the rate of four per cent per annum for such parts of the several principal sums formerly borrowed as shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of December 1777, and for other purposes as therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1777Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.17 & 18 George III c.1
1777Additional dutyFor granting to his majesty an additional duty upon the several goods and merchandises therein mentioned.17 & 18 George III c.4
1777Government loanFor granting unto his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.17 & 18 George III c.2
1777Advancement of trade and dutiesFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors certain duties therein mentioned, and for the further advancement of the trade of this kingdom.17 & 18 George III c.41
1779Government loanFor granting unto his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.10
1779Government loanFor granting unto his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.2
1779Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hide and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.19 & 20 George III c.1
1779Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and the British plantations.19 & 20 George III c.7
1781Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, wine, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and the British plantations, and of all glass, except from Great Britain.21 & 22 George III c.1
1781Government loanFor granting unto his majesty the several aids, duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.21 & 22 George III c.2
1783Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors an additional duty on wines, hides, beer, ale and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and the British plantations, and of all glass except from Great Britain.23 & 24 George III c.1
1783Government loanFor granting to his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.23 & 24 George III c.2
1785Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors an additional duty on wine, hides, beer, ale and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain.25 George III c.1
1785Government loanFor granting unto his majesty the several aids, duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.25 George III c.2
1786Government loanFor granting to his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.26 George III c.2
1786Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors an additional duty on wine, hides, beer, ale and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and British plantations, and of all glass, except from Great Britain.26 George III c.1
1787Government loanFor granting to his majesty the several aids, duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.27 George III c.2
1787Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors an additional duty on wines, hides, beer, ale and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics, lawns and glass, except the manufacture of Great Britain and France and the French dominions in Europe, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and the British plantations.27 George III c.1
1787Duties on Portuguese and Spanish winesTo empower the commissioners of his majesty's revenue to grant repayments of certain duties on Portugal and Spanish wines in certain cases.27 George III c.33
1788Government loanFor granting to his majesty the several aids, duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.28 George III c.2
1788Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors an additional duty on wines, hides, beer, ale and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all cambrics and lawns and glass, except of the manufacture of Great Britain and France and the French dominions in Europe, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and British plantations.28 George III c.1
1789Duties, and treaty of commerce and navigation with FranceFor granting certain aids, duties and impositions to his majesty, his heirs and successors from the time therein mentioned, and for continuing the effect of a treaty of commerce and navigation concluded between his majesty and the most Christian king.29 George III c.12
1789Government loanFor granting to his majesty the several aids, duties, rights, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.29 George III c.2
1789Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors an additional duty on hides, beer, ale and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain and France, and the French dominions in Europe, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and the British plantations.29 George III c.1
1789Duties, and tax on salariesFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors duties on wines therein mentioned, and cordage, and also a tax upon all salaries, profits of employment, fees and pensions therein mentioned.29 George III c.17
1789Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors an additional duty on hides, beer and ale and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all cambrics, lawns and glass, except of the manufacture of Great Britain and France, and the French dominions in Europe, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and the British plantations.29 George III c.18
1790AAdditional dutyFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors, an additional duty on hides, beer and ale, and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all cambrics, lawns and glass, except of the manufacture of Great Britain and France, and the French dominions in Europe, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and the British plantations.30 George III c.1
1790ADuties, and treaty of commerce and navigation with FranceFor granting certain aids, duties and impositions to his majesty, his heirs and successors from the time therein mentioned, and for continuing the effect of a treaty of commerce and navigation concluded between his majesty and the most Christian king.30 George III c.7
1790AGovernment loanFor granting to his majesty the several aids, duties, rights, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharging of the said principal sums, in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.30 George III c.2
1791Government loanFor securing the payment of annuities, and of the interest of the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of such principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for enabling the officers of his majesty's treasury to receive certain sums for a limited time in manner therein mentioned, and for other purposes.31 George III c.2
1792Government loanFor securing the payment of the annuities and of the interest upon the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of such principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for enabling the officers of his majesty's treasury to receive certain sums for a limited time in manner therein mentioned, and for other purposes.32 George III c.2
1792Duties, and treaty of commerce and navigation with FranceFor granting for one year the several duties therein mentioned, in lieu of all other duties payable upon the articles therein specified, during the said term, and for continuing the effect of a treaty of commerce and navigation between his majesty and the Most Christian King, and for regulating the trade between this kingdom and his majesty's colonies, and for other purposes therein mentioned.32 George III c.1
1793Government loanTo enable his excellency the lord lieutenant to issue treasury bills for raising the sum of 300,000.33 George III c.39
1793Duties, and treaty of commerce and navigation with FranceFor granting for one year the several duties therein mentioned in lieu of all other duties payable upon the articles therein specified during the said term, and for continuing the effect of the treaty of commerce and navigation signed at Versailles on the 26th day of September 1786 between his majesty and the most Christian king, and for regulating the trade between this kingdom and his majesty's colonies, and for other purposes therein mentioned.33 George III c.4
1793Government loanFor securing the payment of the annuities, and of the interest upon the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of such principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for enabling the officers of his majesty's treasury to receive certain sums for a limited time in manner therein mentioned, and for other purposes.33 George III c.5
1794Duties, and treaty of commerce and navigation with FranceFor granting for one year the several duties therein mentioned, in lieu of all other duties payable upon the articles therein specified, during the said term, and for continuing the effect of the treaty of commerce and navigation signed at Versailles on the 26th day of September 1786, between his majesty and the most Christian king, and for regulating the trade between this kingdom and his majesty's colonies, and for other purposes therein mentioned.34 George III c.5
1794Government loanFor securing the payment of annuities, and of the interest of the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of such principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for enabling the officers of his majesty's treasury to receive certain sums for a limited time in manner therein mentioned, and for granting to his majesty a certain sum of money out of the consolidated fund, and for applying a certain sum of money therein mentioned for the service of the year 1794, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1794Government loanFor securing the payment of annuities and of the interest of the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of such principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for enabling the officers of his majesty's treasury to receive certain sums for a limited time in manner therein mentioned, and for granting to his majesty a certain sum of money out of the consolidated fund, and for applying a certain sum of money therein mentioned for the service of the year 1794, and for other purposes.34 George III c.4
1795Duties, and treaty of commerce and navigation with FranceFor granting for one year the several duties therein mentioned, in lieu of all other duties payable upon the articles therein specified, during the said term, and for continuing the effect of the treaty of commerce and navigation signed at Versailles on the 26th day of September 1786, between his majesty and the most Christian king, and for regulating the trade between this kingdom and his majesty's colonies, and for other purposes therein mentioned.35 George III c.4
1795Government loanFor securing the payment of the annuities and of the interest upon the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of such principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for enabling the officers of his majesty's treasury to receive certain sums for a limited time in manner therein mentioned, and for granting to his majesty a certain sum of money out of the consolidated fund, and for applying a certain sum of money therein mentioned for their service of the year 1795.35 George III c.6
1796ADutiesFor granting for one year, the several duties therein mentioned in lieu of all other duties payable upon the articles therein specified, during the said term, and for regulating the trade between this kingdom and his majesty's colonies, and for other purposes therein mentioned.36 George III c.2
1796AGovernment loanFor securing the payment of the annuities and of the interest of the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of such principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for enabling the officers of his majesty's treasury to receive certain sums for a limited time, in manner therein mentioned, and for granting to his majesty a certain sum of money out of the consolidated fund, and for applying a certain sum of money therein mentioned, for the service of the year 1796, and for other purposes.36 George III c.1
1796BGovernment loanFor securing the payment of the annuities and the interest upon the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of such principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for enabling the officers of his majesty's treasury to receive certain sums for a limited time, in manner therein mentioned, and for granting to his majesty a certain sum of money out of the consolidated fund, and for applying a certain sum of money therein mentioned, for the service of the year 1797, and for other purposes.37 George III c.4
1796BGovernment loanFor raising by loan the several sums therein mentioned, towards the supply granted to his majesty for the service of the year 1797, and for securing the payment of the interest thereof, and for enabling the commissioners of the treasury of Ireland, to receive from the commissioners of the treasury in England, the sums therein mentioned towards the said loan, and for securing an interest for the same, and to provide for the discharge of the said sum.37 George III c.32
1796BDutiesFor granting for one year, the several duties therein mentioned, in lieu of all other duties payable upon the articles therein specified during the said term, and for regulating the trade between this kingdom and his majesty's colonies, and for other purposes therein mentioned.37 George III c.3
1796BDutiesFor granting to his majesty a duty on auctions, on certain manufactures of glass, and on paper hangings, and for granting further duties on the importation of corks, glauber salts, sal-ammoniac, and paper hangings, and a further duty of licences to keep malt houses, and for securing the duties granted on hides and skins tanned with shumack and dressed in oil, and for granting certain sums out of the surplus of the consolidated fund, for salaries to the professors of Italian, French, German, and Spanish languages in Trinity College, Dublin, and for granting certain duties and additional duties to be levied by the commissioners of the stamp duties.Not Enacted
1796BAdditional dutyFor granting to his majesty a duty on auctions, on certain manufactures of glass and on paper hangings, and for granting further duties on the importation of corks, glauber salts and paper hangings, and a further duty on licences to keep malt houses, and for securing the duties granted on hides and skins tanned with shumack and dressed in oil, and for granting certain sums out of the surplus of the consolidated fund, for salaries to the professors of Italian, French, German, and Spanish languages in Trinity College, Dublin, and for granting certain duties and additional duties to be levied by the commissioners of stamp duties.37 George III c.28
1798Government loanFor securing the payment of the annuities and of the interest of the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of such principal sums in such manner as therein directed, and for enabling the officers of his majesty's treasury to receive certain sums for a limited time in manner therein mentioned, and for granting to his majesty a certain sum of money out of the consolidated fund, and for applying a certain sum of money therein mentioned for the service of the year 1798, and for other purposes.38 George III c.10
1798DutiesFor granting for one year the several duties therein mentioned, in lieu of all other duties payable upon the articles therein specified during the said term, and for regulating the trade between this kingdom and his majesty's colonies, and for other purposes therein mentioned.38 George III c.5
1799Additional dutyFor granting additional duties on beer, ale and spirits imported into this kingdom.39 George III c.23
1799Duties on sweets or made winesFor granting unto his majesty the several duties therein mentioned on sweets or made wines, mead and vinegar, and for securing the collection thereof.39 George III c.32
1800Duties on foreign winesFor ascertaining the stock of foreign wines belonging to dealers in and sellers of such wines on the 25th day of March 1800, and for securing certain duties of excise therein.Not Enacted
1800Duties on foreign wines and rumFor ascertaining the stock of foreign wines belonging to dealers in and sellers of such wines on the 25th day of March 1800, and for securing certain duties of excise thereon, and for granting to his majesty a further duty on rum imported, and certain duties on the exportation of certain goods to the British plantations in America and the West Indies in lieu of all other duties.40 George III c.14
1800Making of malt, and distilling of spiritsFor amending an act passed this session of parliament, entitled, an act to prohibit the making of malt and distilling of spirits within this kingdom for a limited time.40 George III c.58
1800Making of malt, and distilling of spiritsTo prohibit the making of malt, and distilling of spirits in this kingdom for a limited time.40 George III c.6
1800Duties on winesFor granting to his majesty excise duties on foreign wines in his majesty's stores, or in the stores or warehouses of dealers in or retailer of wine at the time therein mentioned, and for granting further duties on spirits distilled, and on sweets or made wines made in Ireland.40 George III c.45
1800Distilling sugarTo encourage the distillation of spirits from sugar for a limited time.40 George III c.55
1800Making of malt, and distilling of spiritsTo amend two acts passed in this session of parliament, one, entitled, an act to prohibit the making of malt, and distilling of spirits in this kingdom for a limited time, and the other for amending the said act.40 George III c.28