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Searching for bills with subject of 205 - 'Loans and national debt management'Searching for bills occuring in session '' -
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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1721Bank of IrelandFor establishing a bank in Ireland.Not Enacted
1755Public creditFor promoting public credit.29 George II c.16
1779Bank of IrelandFor establishing a bank, and incorporating certain persons by the name of the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland.Not Enacted
1781Bank of IrelandFor establishing a bank by the name of the Governors and Company of the Bank of Ireland.21 & 22 George III c.16
1791Bank of IrelandTo extend the provision of an act passed in the 21st and 22nd years of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for establishing a bank by the name of the Governors and Company of the Bank of Ireland.31 George III c.22
1796BForgeryTo prevent the forging of notes and bills of the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland, and to prevent the obtaining of false credit, and the committing of frauds by the imitation of notes or bills of the said Governor and Company.37 George III c.26
1796BConversion of government debenturesTo enable the proprietors of debentures issued by government to convert them into stock transferable at the Bank of Ireland.Not Enacted
1796BConversion of government debenturesTo enable the proprietors of debentures issued by government, to convert them into stock transferable at the Bank of Ireland.37 George III c.54
1796BBank of IrelandFor further extending the provisions of an act passed in the 21st and 22nd years of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for establishing a bank, by the name of the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland of the Bank of Ireland, and for exempting the governors and directors of the Bank for serving on juries.Not Enacted
1796BBank of IrelandFor further extending the provisions of an act passed in the 21st and 22nd years of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for establishing a bank by the name of the governor and company of the Bank of Ireland.37 George III c.50
1796BSinking fundTo establish a sinking fund, to insert a clause or clauses therein, authorising the Bank of Ireland to keep transfer books, in which all persons holding debentures for loans may, upon giving up such debentures to be cancelled, have the principal sums secured thereby turned into capital stock to be transferable at the bank, and to make the interest of such capital stock payable at the said bank.Not Enacted
1798Government loanFor raising by loan, as a supply to his majesty the sum therein mentioned, for the purposes therein mentioned.38 George III c.34
1798Government loanFor raising by loan a sum not exceeding 200,080, in part of the sum of 2,366,746.13.4, authorized to be raised by loan, towards raising the supply granted to his majesty for the service of the year 1798.38 George III c.33
1798Government loanTo enable the commissioners of the treasury in Ireland to receive from the commissioners of the treasury in England the sum therein mentioned as a loan, in part of the supply granted to his majesty, and for securing the interest and charges thereon, and on a sum of 1,500,000, British currency, therein mentioned.38 George III c.58
1799Government loanTo enable the commissioners of the treasury in Ireland to receive from the commissioners of the treasury in England a sum not exceeding the sum therein mentioned as a loan in part of the supply granted to his majesty for the service of the year 1799, and for securing the interest and charges thereon, and for raising by loan a further sum towards the said supply, and to exempt from certain duties such persons as have paid such voluntary contributions as therein mentioned.39 George III c.25
1800Government loanFor granting to his majesty a further supply out of the consolidated fund, to be applied to the purposes therein mentioned, and for raising by loan the several sums therein mentioned.40 George III c.60