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Bill Number1659Session1799
Title For the more effectually carrying into execution the purposes of an act passed last session of parliament, for appointing commissioners to enquire into losses of such of his majesty's loyal subjects as have been sufferers in their property during the subsisting rebellion in this kingdom, and for providing a fund for rewarding in manner therein, persons who have rendered service by discovery of traitors.
Initial Bill Stages
Originating Body Commons
Leave or Order 23 Apr 1799Leave or Order to Isaac Corry Chancellor of Exchequer [0497]
Presented 23 Apr 1799Presented by Isaac Corry Chancellor of Exchequer [0497]
2nd Reading & Committed 24 Apr 1799   
Reported 2 May 1799Reported by Mr Henry Alexander [0028]
Sent to Other House 4 May 17992nd House Reporter John Bourke Earl of Mayo [0194]
Sent to Chief Governor 9 May 1799   
Privy Council Stages
Received & Referred to Law Officers19 May 1799 
Petition to English Privy Council None 
Decision of the English Privy Council Approved 
Engrossed 22 May 1799 
Returned Bill Stages
Royal Assent 1 Jun 1799 
Statute Number 39 George III c.65
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