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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1735Clandestine marriagesFor the more effectual preventing clandestine marriages.9 George II c.11
1735Union and division of parishesFor explaining an act for real union and division of parishes.9 George II c.12
1735Church land improvementsFor making more effectual an act to amend and explain an act, entitled, an act to encourage building of houses and making other improvements on church lands, and to prevent dilapidations.9 George II c.13
1735Accepting affirmation of Quakers instead of oathFor accepting the solemn affirmation or declaration of the people called Quakers, instead of an oath in the usual form.9 George II c.16
1735Road from Maryborough, Queen's Co., to Toomyvara, Co. TipperaryFor repairing the road leading from the town of Maryborough, in the Queen's county, through the towns of Mountrath, Castletown, and Borras in Ossory, in the same county, and from thence through the town of Rosscrea to the town of Tomivarah, in the county of Tipperary.9 George II c.22
1735Road from Kilcullen, Co. Kildare, to Timahoe, Queen's Co.For repairing the road leading from the green of Kilcullen, in the county of Kildare, to the town of Athy, in the same county, and from thence through the town of Stradbally, to the town of Timoho, in the Queen's county.9 George II c.23
1735Road from Kilkenny to ClonmelFor explaining, amending, and making more effectual an act, entitled, an act for repairing the road leading from the city of Kilkenny to the town of Clonmel, in the county of Tipperary.9 George II c.26
1735Insolvent debtorsFor the relief of insolvent debtors.9 George II c.20
1735Relief of creditors of Burton's, Falkiner's and Harrison's banksFor continuing and amending an act for the relief of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkiner, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton, Samuel Burton, and Daniel Falkiner, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton and Samuel Burton, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton and Francis Harrison.9 George II c.27
1735Relief of creditors of Joseph Nuttall and William MaguireFor the speedy and more effectual getting in of the effects of Joseph Nuttall and William Maguire, and the distributing of the same among their creditors.9 George II c.3 (private)
1735Relief of Protestant creditors of Sir John Fleming, knight, and Michael FlemingFor the relief of the Protestant creditors and lessees of Sir John Fleming, knight, deceased, and of Michael Fleming, esquire, only son of the said Sir John Fleming, and for effectually executing certain articles of agreement entered into between the said Michael Fleming and Mary O'Gara, widow.9 George II c.4 (private)
1735JuriesFor the better regulation of juries.9 George II c.3
1735Robert Leslie; Frances Leslie, alias LudlowFor sale of part of the lands of Emy and Glasslough, the estate of Robert Leslie, esquire, lying in the county of Monaghan, and for applying the money arising thereby, as also the sum of 3000 part of the portion of Frances Leslie, alias Ludlow, wife of the said Robert Leslie, to the payment of debts and encumbrances affecting the said lands, and other the debts of the said Robert Leslie, and for settling the residue and remainder of the said lands of Glasslough and Emy to the several uses herein mentioned.9 George II c.5 (private)
1735Flax and hempFor the further encouragement and improvement of the flaxen and hempen manufactures.9 George II c.4
1735Assigning of judgements, and distraining for rentFor the more effectual assigning of judgements, and for the more speedy recovery of rents by distress.9 George II c.5
1735Continuing temporary statutesFor continuing and amending several statutes now near expiring.9 George II c.6
1735Planting timber treesFor encouraging the planting of timber trees.9 George II c.7
1735Sale of beer and spirituous liquors on creditTo prevent the evil arising by retailers of beer, ale, brandy, rum, Geneva, aqua vitae, and other spirituous liquors, giving credit to servants, day-labourers, and other persons who usually work or ply for hire or wages.9 George II c.8
1735Measure of beer barrelsFor better ascertaining the gauge and measure of barrels and half barrels used by brewers in selling of beer, ale and small beer.9 George II c.9
1735Drugs and medicinesFor preventing frauds and abuses committed in making and vending unsound, adulterated, and bad drugs and medicines.9 George II c.10
1735Road from Mullingar to Longford townFor repairing the road leading from the town of Mullingar, in the county of Westmeath, over Ballynalack-bridge in the said county, and through Edgworth's-town in the county of Longford, to the town of Longford, in the said county of Longford, and for the other purposes therein mentioned.9 George II c.21
1735Road from Armagh to NewryFor repairing the road leading from the town of Armagh, in the county of Armagh, to the town of Newry, in the county of Down.9 George II c.19
1735Road from Antrim to ColeraineFor repairing the road leading from town of Antrim, in the county of Antrim, through the towns of Ballymena and Ballymoney, in the said county, and to the town of Coleraine, in the county of Londonderry.9 George II c.15
1735Road from Kilcullen, Co. Kildare, to KilkennyTo explain, amend, and make more effectual an act, entitled, an act for repairing the road leading from the town of Kilcullen, in the county of Kildare, to the city of Kilkenny.9 George II c.24
1735Road from Mullingar to Lanesborough, Co. LongfordFor repairing the road leading from the town of Mullingar, in the county of Westmeath, through the towns of Rathcondra and Mevore, in the said county, and through the town of Ballymahon, in the county of Longford to Lanesborough, in the said county.9 George II c.14
1735Road from Armagh to LisburnFor repairing the road leading from the town of Armagh, in the county of Armagh, to the town of Lisburn, in the county of Antrim.9 George II c.18
1735Road from Banbridge, Co. Down, to Randalstown, Co. AntrimFor repairing the road leading from the bridge commonly called Bann-bridge over the Bann-water, in the County of Down, to Randalstown in the county of Antrim.9 George II c.17
1735Cathedral of St Finbar's, Cork, and workhouse in CorkFor rebuilding the Cathedral Church of St. Finbarry, in the city of Cork, and for erecting a workhouse in the city of Cork, for employing and maintaining the poor, punishing of vagabonds, and providing for and educating foundling children.9 George II c.25
1735Henry IversFor vesting part of the estate of Henry Ivers, esquire, in trustees, for raising money to discharge the debts and encumbrances affecting the whole, and for enabling the said Henry Ivers, and those in remainder by his father's settlement when in possession to make leases for lives renewable for ever of the town of Mount Ivers, and of the lands about it, at an improved rent.9 George II c.1 (private)
1735Additional dutyFor granting and continuing to his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, and other goods and merchandizes therein mentioned.9 George II c.1
1735Additional duty, and tax on salaries to repay government loanFor granting to his majesty a further additional duty on wine, silk, hops, china, earthen, japanned or lacquered ware, and vinegar, and also a tax of 4s. in the pound on all salaries, profits of employments, fees, and pensions, to be applied to pay an interest of 5 per cent per annum for the sum of 300,000 or such part thereof as shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of December 1735, and towards the discharge of the said principal sum.9 George II c.2
1735Bluecoat Boys' HospitalFor rebuilding the free school of King Charles II, commonly called the Bluecoat Boys' Hospital.Not Enacted
1735Enclosure of common in Crumlin, Co. DublinFor enclosing and dividing several parcels of common, lying in the parish of Crumlin and county of Dublin, among the several proprietors of the lands in the said parish, and for exchanging some parcels of the lands, which lie intermixed, with the consent of the said proprietors.Not Enacted
1735Persons going abroad to defraud creditorsTo prevent persons from withdrawing themselves and their effects out of this kingdom, in order to defraud their creditors, and to oblige the owners and masters of ships to provide for passengers on board such ships.Not Enacted
1735Qualification of office holders under act to prevent further growth of PoperyFor allowing further time to persons in offices to qualify themselves, pursuant to an act, entitled, an act to prevent the further growth of Popery, and to persons who have not read the Common Prayer, and declared their assent and consent to the same, according to law.Not Enacted
1735Recovery of small debts in DublinFor the recovery of small debts in a summary way in the city of Dublin and liberties thereof.Not Enacted
1735Preservation of gameFor the better preservation of the game.Not Enacted
1735Amendment of the lawFor the further amendment of the law.Not Enacted
1735Bishops' leasesTo enable archbishops, bishops, and other ecclesiastical persons to make leases for lives or years.Not Enacted
1735Employment of the poor, by prohibiting wearing of foreign silksFor the more effectual employment of the poor, by prohibiting the use and wear of all wrought silks, bengals, and stuffs mixed with silk, cotton, or Herba of the manufacture of Persia, China, or the East-India, and of all printed, stained, or dyed calicoes, in apparel, household stuff, or furniture, after a certain day therein limited.Not Enacted
1735Partnerships and promotion of tradeFor the better regulation of partnerships to encourage the trade and manufactures of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1735Lighting in DublinFor the explaining and amending the several acts of parliament now in force for erecting lamps in the city of Dublin and the liberties thereof.Not Enacted
1735Charles CampbellFor vesting certain lands, part of the estate of Charles Campbell, esquire, deceased, in trustees, to be sold for payment of his debts and legacies affecting the said estate.Not Enacted
1735Road from Cloncurry, Co. Kildare, to Galway townFor repairing the road leading from the turn near Cloncurry, in the county of Kildare, through the towns of Edenderry, Philipstown, Tullamore, and Banagher, and from thence to the town of Galway.Not Enacted
1735Road from Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, to AthloneFor repealing a clause in an act of parliament passed the last session, entitled, an act for repairing the road leading from the town of Kinnegad, in the county of Westmeath, to the town of Athlone, in the said county, and for explaining and amending the said act.Not Enacted
1735Encouragement of tillageFor the further encouragement of tillage for the common good and welfare of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1735Tithe of hemp and flaxFor the better ascertaining the tithes of hemp and flax.Not Enacted
1735Tithe of agistmentFor ascertaining the tithe of herbage, or agistment of dry and barren cattle in this kingdom, and settling the methods of recovering the same.Not Enacted
1735Assaults with intent to robberyFor the more effectual punishment of assaults, with intent to commit robbery.Not Enacted
1735Division of commonsFor dividing commons.Not Enacted
1735Corn, bread and marketsFor continuing, explaining, and amending an act, entitled, an act for the buying and selling of all sorts of corn and meal and other things in the said act mentioned, by weight, and for the more effectual preventing the frauds committed in the buying and selling thereof, and for regulating the price and assize of bread, and for better regulating the markets.Not Enacted
1735Relief of creditors by making composition with their debtorsFor the relief of creditors by making compositions with their debtors, in case two thirds in number and value do agree.Not Enacted
1735Use of English in courts of justiceThat all proceedings in courts of justice within this kingdom shall be in the English language.Not Enacted
1735Continuing temporary statutesFor continuing several temporary statutes near expiring.Not Enacted
1735Richard BoltonFor the better and further securing the sum of 1500 sterling mentioned and intended as a provision for Richard Bolton, Loftus Bolton and Nicholas Bolton, younger sons of Richard Bolton, late of Brazil in the county of Dublin, esquire, deceased in and by the settlement made by the said Richard Bolton and Edward Bolton, his eldest son on the marriage of the said Edward.Not Enacted
1735Lighting in Dublin, Cork and LimerickTo continue, explain and amend an act made in the 6th year of his late majesty King GeorgeI entitled an act for erecting and continuing lights in the city of Dublin and liberties thereunto adjoining, and also in the cities of Cork and Limerick, and liberties thereof, so far as the said act relates to the said liberties adjoining said city of Dublin, and to the said cities of Cork and Limerick, and the liberties thereof.Not Enacted