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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1698River Shannon navigationTo make the River Shannon navigable.Not Enacted
1703River Barrow navigationTo make the River Barrow navigable.Not Enacted
1703River Boyne navigationTo make the River Boyne navigable.Not Enacted
1703River Nore navigationTo make the River Nore navigable.Not Enacted
1703River Shannon navigationFor making the River Shannon navigable from the city of Limerick to Jamestown, in the county of Leitrim, at the charge of the adjoining counties.Not Enacted
1709River Suir navigationFor making the River Suir navigable.Not Enacted
1709River Barrow navigationFor making the River Barrow, in the counties of Kildare, Queens County, Catherlogh, Kilkenny, Wexford and Waterford navigable.Not Enacted
1709River Shannon navigationFor making and keeping the River Shannon in the counties of Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary, Kings County, Westmeath, Longford, Leitrim, Roscommon and Galway and Clare navigable.Not Enacted
1731Weirs on River Barrow and other rivers in Co. KilkennyFor explaining and amending an act made in the 28th year of Henry VIII, entitled, an act for the weirs upon the Barrow, and other waters in the County of Kilkenny.5 George II c.11
1753River Lagan navigationFor making the River Lagan navigable, and opening a passage by water between Lough Neagh and the town of Belfast in the Co. Antrim.27 George II c.3
1763River Lagan navigationFor continuing and amending an act entitled an act for making the River Lagan navigable, and opening a passage by water from Lough Neagh to the town of Belfast in the county of Antrim.3 George III c.6
1767River Shannon navigationFor applying the sum of 6,000 granted by parliament to the corporation for promoting and carrying on an inland navigation in this kingdom, to be by them applied in carrying on a navigation from the city of Limerick to the deep navigable water above the town of Killaloe, and for encouraging other persons to subscribe for carrying on and completing the said work at their expense.7 George III c.26
1771BRiver Barrow navigationFor incorporating a company of subscribers for promoting and carrying on the navigation of the River Barrow.Not Enacted
1771BRiver Lagan navigationFor continuing and amending two several acts, one passed in the in the 27th year of his late majesty King GeorgeII, and the other in the 3rd year of his present majesty's reign, for making the River Lagan navigable, and opening a communication by water between Lough Neagh and the town of Belfast.Not Enacted
1771BRiver Lagan navigationFor continuing two several acts, one passed in the in the 27th year of his late majesty King GeorgeII, and the other in the 3rd year of his present majesty's reign, for making the River Lagan navigable, and opening a communication by water between Lough Neagh and the town of Belfast, and for enabling the commissioners therein named to raise money by assignment of said duties, for the more effectual carrying on said work.11 & 12 George III c.26
1773River Lagan navigationFor continuing and amending three several acts, one passed in the reign of his late majesty King GeorgeII, and the other two in his present majesty's reign, for making the River Lagan navigable, and opening a communication by water between Lough Neagh and the town of Belfast, and for enabling the commissioners therein named to raise money by assignment of said duties, for the more expeditious and effectual carrying on of said work.13 & 14 George III c.12
1775River Barrow navigationFor incorporating a company of subscribers for promoting and carrying on the navigation of the River Barrow, and to enable them to regulate the trade thereof.Not Enacted
1779River Lagan navigationTo amend and explain the several laws made in the kingdom for carrying on the Lagan Navigation.19 & 20 George III c.32
1790ARiver Shannon navigationFor more effectually carrying into execution the purposes of an act passed in the 7th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act for applying the sum of 6,000 granted by parliament to the corporation for promoting and carrying on an inland navigation in this kingdom, to be by them applied in carrying on a navigation from the city of Limerick to the deep navigable water above the town of Killaloe, and for encouraging other persons to subscribe for carrying on and completing the said work.Not Enacted
1790ARiver Boyne navigationTo explain and amend an act passed in the 29th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the promotion and encouragement of inland navigation, so far only as respects the navigation of the Boyne.30 George III c.40
1792Lough Erne NavigationTo explain and amend an act passed in the 29th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the promotion and encouragement of inland navigation, so far only as respects the navigation from Belturbet by Lough Erne to the sea, and to constitute certain persons therein named a corporation for the purpose of carrying on and completing said navigation.32 George III c.13
1793River Shannon navigation from Killaloe to the collieries in Co. LeitrimTo enable certain persons to carry on and complete the navigation of the River Shannon, from the deep water above Killaloe in the county of Clare, to the collieries at or near Lough Allen in the county of Leitrim.Not Enacted