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Searching for bills with subject of 313 - 'Punishments (inc. outlawry) and pardons, indemnity'Searching for bills occuring in session '' -
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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
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
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
1719Transportation of felons, and suppression of tories and rappareesFor the better and more effectual apprehending and transporting of felons and others, and for continuing and amending several laws made in this kingdom for suppressing tories, robbers and rapparees.6 George I c.12
1725Transportation of felonsFor the more effectual transporting of felons and vagabonds.12 George I c.8
1743Transportation of felonsFor rendering more effectual the acts passed in this kingdom for transporting felons and vagabonds.Not Enacted
1743Transportation of felonsFor the more effectual transportation of felons and vagabonds.17 George II, c.4
1747Transportation of felonsFor amending and making more effectual the acts for transporting felons and vagabonds.Not Enacted
1747Assaults with intent to robberyFor the more effectual punishment of assaults with an intent to commit robbery.21 George II c.12
1751Transportation of felons, and preventing kidnapping of childrenFor the more effectual transportation of felons and vagabonds, and for preventing the pernicious practice of kidnapping children, and seducing people on board ships, and transporting them to America.Not Enacted
1771BTransportation of felonsFor the more speedy and effectual transportation of felons and others liable to the punishment of transportation.Not Enacted
1777Punishment by hard labour of offenders to be transportedTo authorise for a limited time the punishment by hard labour of offenders who for certain crimes are or shall become liable to be transported to any of his majesty's colonies and plantations.17 & 18 George III c.9
1783Punishment by hard labour of offenders to be transportedTo continue, explain and amend an act entitled an act to authorise for a limited time the punishment by hard labour of offenders who for certain crimes are or shall become liable to be transported to any of his majesty's colonies and plantations, and also to render more effectual the laws relative to houses of correction.Not Enacted
1783Indemnity for persons executing proclamationFor indemnifying such person or persons as have acted for the service of the public in advising or carrying into execution a proclamation of the lord lieutenant and council of this kingdom, bearing date the 27th day of January 1784.23 & 24 George III c.37
1790ATransportation of felonsFor rendering the transportation of felons and vagabonds more easy.30 George III c.32
1792Punishment by hard labour of offenders to be transportedFor the employing at hard labour persons sentenced to be transported.32 George III c.27
1793Indemnity for persons executing proclamationFor indemnifying such persons as have acted for the service of the public in advising or carrying into execution two proclamations of the lord lieutenant and council of this kingdom, bearing date the 26th day of December 1792, and for establishing certain bonds therein mentioned.33 George III c.3
1795Indemnity for persons executing proclamationFor indemnifying such persons as have acted for the service of the public in advising or carrying into execution a proclamation of the lord lieutenant and council of this kingdom, bearing date the 26th day of February 1795, and for continuing and giving effect to the said proclamation.Not Enacted
1795Indemnity for persons executing proclamationFor indemnifying such persons as have acted for the service of the public, in advising or carrying into execution two proclamations of the lord lieutenant and council of this kingdom, bearing date the 24th and 29th days of January 1795, respectively, and for continuing and giving effect to the said proclamations.35 George III c.13
1798Preventing return of persons transported for rebellionTo prevent persons returning to this kingdom who have been or shall be transported on account of the present rebellion, and to hinder their going into the enemy's country.Not Enacted
1798AmnestyFor the king's most gracious, general and free pardon.38 George III c.55
1798Property of persons transportedTo remove doubts respecting the property in the service of persons transported from this kingdom.38 George III c.59
1798Preventing return of persons transported for rebellion (Banishment act)To prevent persons from returning to his majesty's dominions who have been or shall be transported, banished or exiled on account of the present rebellion, and to prohibit them from passing into any country at war with his majesty.38 George III c.78
1799Preventing return of persons transported for rebellionTo explain, amend and extend the provisions of an act passed last session of parliament, entitled, an act to prevent persons from returning to his majesty's dominions who have been or shall be transported, banished or exiled on account of the present rebellion, and to prohibit them from passing into any country at war with his majesty.39 George III c.36
1800Preventing return of persons transported for rebellionTo prevent persons from returning to his majesty's dominions who have been or shall be transported, banished or exiled on account of rebellion.40 George III c.44