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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
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
1698Improvement of unprofitable landsTo encourage the improving of unprofitable lands in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1710Encouragement of tilling land with bullocksTo encourage the tilling of lands with bullocks.Not Enacted
1710Encouragement of tillageFor the encouragement of the tillage in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1711Encouragement of tillageFor the encouragement of tillage.Not Enacted
1713Encouragement of tillageFor the encouragement of tillage.Not Enacted
1715Encouragement of tillage, and regulation of corn tradeFor the encouragement of tillage, and the regulating of the buying and selling of corn.Not Enacted
1717Encouragement of tillage, and regulation of corn tradeFor the encouragement of tillage, and the regulating of the buying and selling of corn.Not Enacted
1719Encouragement of tillage, and regulation of corn tradeFor the encouragement of tillage, and the regulating the buying and selling of corn.Not Enacted
1721Encouragement of tillage, and regulation of corn tradeFor the encouragement of tillage, and the regulating the buying and selling of corn.Not Enacted
1723Encouragement of tillageFor the encouragement of tillage.Not Enacted
1733Encouragement of tillageFor the further encouragement of tillage.Not Enacted
1735Encouragement of tillageFor the further encouragement of tillage for the common good and welfare of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1737Encouragement of tillageFor the further encouragement of tillage.Not Enacted
1743Against burning land, and for destroying verminTo prevent the pernicious practice of burning land, and for the more effectual destroying of vermin.17 George II, c.10
1755Encouragement of tillageFor the further encouragement of tillage.29 George II c.9
1757Improvement of unreclaimed landsFor the improvement of unreclaimed lands.Not Enacted
1761Encouragement of tillageFor the further encouragement of tillage.Not Enacted
1763Against burning landFor the more effectual preventing the pernicious practice of burning land.3 George III c.29
1763Encouragement of tillage, employment of poor, draining landsFor altering and amending an act entitled an act for amending an act entitled an act for encouragement of tillage and better employment of the poor, and also for the more effectual putting in execution an act entitled an act to encourage the draining and improving of bogs and unprofitable low grounds, and for easing and dispatching the inland carriage and conveyance of goods from one part to another in this kingdom, and also for laying several duties upon coaches, berlins, chariots, calashes, chaises and chairs, and upon cards and dice, and upon wrought and manufactured gold and silver plate, imported into or made in Ireland for the purposes therein mentioned, and also for repealing the duties payable upon the exportation of wool, bay yarn and woollen yarn out of this kingdom for England.3 George III c.11
1765Against burning landFor the more effectually carrying into execution the laws heretofore made to prevent the pernicious practice of burning land.5 George III c.10
1765Encouragement of tillageFor the further encouragement of tillage in this kingdom.5 George III c.19
1771BEncouragement of tillage, employment of poor, draining landsFor continuing and amending the several acts made for the encouragement of tillage, and the improvement of low and unprofitable grounds, and the employment of the poor of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1771BEncouragement of tillageTo continue and amend an act entitled an act for the further encouragement of tillage in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1773Encouragement of tillageFor amending an act passed in the 29th year of the reign of his late majesty King GeorgeII entitled an act for the further encouragement of tillage.13 & 14 George III c.11
1775Encouragement of tillageFor continuing an act passed in the last session of parliament entitled an act for amending an act passed in the 29th year of the reign of his late majesty King GeorgeII entitled an act for the further encouragement of tillage.Not Enacted
1777Improvement of barren landFor the improvement of the waste, uncultivated lands in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1777Encouragement of tillage, and carriage of corn to DublinFor the encouragement of tillage, and rendering the carriage of corn to the city of Dublin less expensive.17 & 18 George III c.34
1777Encouragement of tillageFor continuing an act entitled an act for amending an act passed in the 29th year of the reign of his late majesty King GeorgeII entitled an act for the further encouragement of tillage.17 & 18 George III c.31
1779Encouragement of tillage, and carriage of corn to DublinFor continuing an act passed in the 17th and 18th years of his present majesty entitled an act for the encouragement of tillage, and rendering the carriage of corn to the city of Dublin less expensive.19 & 20 George III c.34
1788Improvement of barren land and bogs, and planting treesTo extend certain provisions of an act entitled an act to encourage the improvement of barren and waste lands and bogs, and planting of timber trees and orchards.Not Enacted
1789Improvement of barren landFor the improvement of barren land.Not Enacted
1791Improvement of barren landFor the improvement of barren land.Not Enacted
1793Improvement of barren landTo encourage the improvement of barren land.33 George III c.25
1800Against burning landFor more effectually preventing the burning of land.40 George III c.24