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Bill Number3741Session1794
Title For preventing the graving and careening ships, gabbards or boats, and to prevent fires being kept on board any ship, gabbard or boat, between the bridge commonly called Bloody Bridge, and the river called Dodder, alias Donnybrook, in the River Anna Liffey, in the city of Dublin.
Initial Bill Stages
Originating Body Commons
Leave or Order 10 Mar 1794Leave or Order to Mr Wolfe of Forenaughts [2244]
Presented 10 Mar 1794Presented by Mr Wolfe of Forenaughts [2244]
2nd Reading & Committed 11 Mar 1794   
Reported 12 Mar 1794Reported by Mr Wolfe [2244]
Sent to Other House 13 Mar 17942nd House Reporter Charles Wilkinson Jones Viscount Ranelagh [4050]
Sent to Chief Governor 15 Mar 1794   
Privy Council Stages
Received & Referred to Law Officers18 Mar 1794 
Petition to English Privy Council None 
Decision of the English Privy Council Approved 
Engrossed 20 Mar 1794 
Returned Bill Stages
Royal Assent 25 Mar 1794 
Statute Number 34 George III c.8
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