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Searching for bills with subject of 209 - 'Miscellaneous, inc. exchequer administration'Searching for bills occuring in session '' -
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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1703Commissioners for public accountsTo appoint commissioners to examine, take and state the public accounts of the nation.Not Enacted
1707Auditing public accountsTo audit and state the public accounts of the 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
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
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
1710Abuses in collecting public moneyTo prevent the abuses in collecting the public money.Not Enacted
1731RevenueFor the better securing and collecting his majesty's revenue.5 George II c.3
1733RevenueFor continuing and amending an act, entitled, an act for the more effectual preventing several frauds and abuses committed in his majesty's customs and excise, and for settling the rates of certain goods and merchandizes not particularly valued in the book of rates, and for continuing and amending an act, entitled, an act for the better securing and collecting his majesty's revenue, and also for preventing frauds in the collection thereof.7 George II c.3
1763Public worksFor the better carrying on several public works therein mentioned, for which money has been granted by parliament.Not Enacted
1767RevenueFor the further improvement of his majesty's revenue, and for continuing and amending several acts therein particularly mentioned.7 George III c.27
1771APublic worksFor directing the application of the sum of 28,000 granted the last session of parliament to be applied to such public works and other purposes as should be directed by parliament.11 George III c.4
1773Casual revenueFor the further improvement of his majesty's casual revenue, and for the better execution of justice.Not Enacted
1781RevenueFor continuing and amending several laws relating to his majesty's revenue, and for the more effectually preventing of frauds therein, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.21 & 22 George III c.15
1787RevenueFor the better collection of his majesty's revenue, and for the continuation and amendment of several laws heretofore made for that purpose.27 George III c.26
1794Auditing public accountsFor the better auditing and examining the public accounts of this kingdom, and providing that commissioners of imprest accounts should hold their offices during good behaviour.Not Enacted
1794Regulation of the treasuryTo ascertain and regulate the course of paying and receiving money in the treasury of Ireland, and to secure effectually the control and superintendence of the lord high treasurer or the commissioners for executing the office of lord high treasurer over the receipt and collection as well as the issue of the revenues of this kingdomNot Enacted
1795Regulation of the treasuryFor the better regulation of the receipts of his majesty's treasury, and for repealing an act of parliament passed in the 10th year of King HenryVII, entitled, an act for authorising the treasurer to make all officers as the treasurer of England doth.35 George III c.28
1795Treasury accountsFor auditing and settling certain accounts now remaining unsettled at his majesty's treasury.35 George III c.18
1798Public accountsFor the better regulation and examination of the public accounts.38 George III c.56
1799Public accountsFor appointing and enabling commissioners to examine, take and state the public accounts of this kingdom, and to report the balances in the hands of collectors, receivers or accountants which may be applied forthwith to the public service, and what defects there are in the present mode of receiving, collecting, issuing and accounting for public money, and in what more expeditious, effectual, and less expensive manner the said service can in future be regulated and carried on for the benefit of the public accounts in future.Not Enacted