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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1779Export of live sheepTo prohibit the exportation of rams, lambs or sheep alive.Not Enacted
1779Poynings' lawFor regulating the transmission of bills into Great Britain.Not Enacted
1779Grand jury presentments for repair of roadsTo oblige every overseer to account upon oath for money presented by grand juries for the repair of public roads, except in particular cases therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1779Silk import prohibitionTo prohibit the importation of wrought silks, bengals and stuffs mixed with silks and herba, as also muslin and other calicoes of the manufacture of Persia, China or East India, except from Great Britain.Not Enacted
1779Limiting placemen in parliamentTo limit the number of placemen to sit in parliament.Not Enacted
1779Expense and delays in law suitsTo remedy the great charge and delay of suits at law.Not Enacted
1779Police in DublinTo amend an act passed in the 17th and 18th years of the reign of his present majesty entitled an act for the improving the police of the city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1779Pawnbrokers and rate of interestFor the purpose of regulating the trade of pawnbrokers, and to enable them to take a higher interest for sums under 20 than 6 per cent.Not Enacted
1779Regulating parliament electionsFor regulating the conduct of sheriffs and other returning officers at the election of members to serve in parliament.Not Enacted
1779Rendering conformity from Popish to Protestant religion easierFor the advancement of the Protestant religion, by rendering the manner of conforming from Popery more easy and expeditious.Not Enacted
1779Turnpike roadsFor further enforcing a due execution of the laws relative to the turnpike roads in this kingdom.19 & 20 George III c.50
1779Road from Callan, Co. Kilkenny, to Clonmel, Co. TipperaryFor making, repairing and shortening a road from the cross of Callan in the county of Kilkenny, through the town of Mullinahone and by the ford of Kilmore, called Black Ford, and Poorstown, to the town of Clonmel in the county of Tipperary.19 & 20 George III c.45
1779Paving in DublinTo amend an act passed in the 13th and 14th years of his present majesty entitled an act for paving the streets, lanes, etc., within the city and county of the city of Dublin, and for other purposes therein mentioned, and also to amend an act passed in the 15th and 16th years of his present majesty entitled an act to explain and amend an act for paving the streets, lanes, etc within the city and county of the city of Dublin, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1779Punishment of whippingTo prevent the infliction of the punishment of whipping under an act passed in the 11th and 12th years of his present majesty entitled an act for the regulating of the city of Cork, and for other purposes therein mentioned relative to the said city without first having the person on whom such punishment shall be inflicted convicted by a jury.19 & 20 George III c.27
1779Lottery officesFor licensing and regulating lottery offices.19 & 20 George III c.31
1779Baking trade in CorkFor regulating the baking trade in the city of Cork.19 & 20 George III c.42
1779Continuing temporary statutes, Dublin paving, cleansing, lighting, badging poorFor continuing several temporary statutes, and for amending an act passed in the 11th and 12th years of the reign of his present majesty, for the better paving, cleansing, lighting, altering and improving Sackville Street and Marlborough Street in the city of Dublin, and the lanes and avenues leading unto the same respectively, and for enabling the corporations for badging the poor within the county of Waterford and the county of the city of Waterford to unite and become one corporation, and also for establishing a body corporate within the town and parish of Lisburn in the county of Antrim, for the better support and government of the poor within the said town and parish.19 & 20 George III c.15
1779Baking trade in CorkFor regulating the baking trade in the city of Cork.Not Enacted
1779FisheriesTo explain and amend the acts made for the encouragement of the fisheries of this kingdom, and for promoting the good ends proposed by the said laws.Not Enacted
1779Allowing Roman Catholics to carry armsTo allow Roman Catholics, under certain qualifications, to carry arms.Not Enacted
1779Plundering of wrecksTo explain and amend an act passed in the year 1775, for the more effectually preventing the plundering of ships or vessels which may be wrecked or stranded on the coasts of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1779Grand jury presentmentsFor the better securing and collecting the public money raised by grand juries by presentments, and for the more effectual payment of overseers of public works, for which money shall be presented by grand juries, etc.Not Enacted
1779Provision trade of DublinFor regulating the provision trade of the city of Dublin, county of the city of Dublin, the liberties thereunto adjoining and the county of Dublin, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1779Hawkers and pedlars, and English Protestant schoolsFor licensing hawkers and pedlars, and for the encouragement of English Protestant schools.19 & 20 George III c.9
1779Francis and Ellis MathewFor vesting in trustees certain lands, tenements and hereditaments in the kingdom of Ireland, the estate of Francis Mathew of Thomastown in the county of Tipperary, esquire, for raising a sufficient sum of money for the payment of debts affecting the same, and for enlarging the jointure of Ellis, his wife, and the portions of his younger children by her.19 & 20 George III c.3 (private)
1779Edward BeverTo enable Edward Bever of Feltrim in the county of Dublin, esquire, to make leases of certain towns, lands and premises, part of his estate, situate in the county of Dublin, and for other purposes therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.5 (private)
1779Grand juries and repair of roadsTo empower grand juries to contract with proper persons for keeping the public roads in repair.19 & 20 George III c.18
1779Sir Henry CavendishFor vesting the real and personal estates of the late Right Honourable Sir Henry Cavendish, baronet, deceased, in trustees, for discharging a debt due to the crown, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1779Pipe water of DublinFor explaining and amending an act passed in the 15th and 16th years of the reign of his present majesty entitled an act for the better regulating the pipe water of the city of Dublin.19 & 20 George III c.13
1779Liberty of the subjectFor better securing the liberty of the subjects of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1779Grand jury presentments for bridgesFor empowering grand juries to present bridges, and tolls to be paid for passing the same in certain cases.19 & 20 George III c.41
1779Army regulation ('mutiny')For the better accommodation and regulation of his majesty's army in this kingdom.19 & 20 George III c.16
1779Sir Henry CavendishFor vesting a competent part of the real and personal estates of the late Right Honourable Sir Henry Cavendish, baronet, deceased, in trustees, for discharging a debt due by the said Sir Henry Cavendish to his majesty, and for other purposes therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.51
1779Insolvent debtorsFor relief of insolvent debtors.Not Enacted
1779Prisoners for debtFor the relief of persons in actual custody for debt.19 & 20 George III c.40
1779Houghing of cattle, and burning of houses and cornFor the more effectually preventing the detestable practice of houghing cattle, and burning of houses, barns, haggards and corn in this kingdom, and for other purposes.19 & 20 George III c.37
1779Vexatious arrestsTo prevent vexatious and frivolous arrests, and for other purposes.19 & 20 George III c.38
1779Baking trade in DublinTo amend an act passed in the 17th and 18th years of the reign of his present majesty entitled an act to continue and amend an act passed in the 13th and 14th years of his present majesty entitled an act for the better regulating the baking trade of the city of Dublin, and for other purposes.19 & 20 George III c.21
1779Simpson's hospitalFor incorporating the trustees of George Simpson, esquire's, hospital.19 & 20 George III c.2 (private)
1779RevenueFor continuing and amending several laws relating to his majesty's revenue, and for the more effectually preventing of frauds therein, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.12
1779Maintenance of Popish priests converted to the Protestant religionFor explaining an act made in the 8th year of the reign of her late majesty Queen Anne entitled an act for explaining and amending an act to prevent the further growth of Popery, so far only as the same makes a provision for the maintenance of Popish priests converted to the Protestant religion.19 & 20 George III c.39
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
1779Stage in DublinFor regulating the stage in the city and county of Dublin.Not Enacted
1779Qualification of office holders under act to prevent further growth of PoperyFor the relief of person who have omitted to qualify themselves pursuant to an act entitled an act to prevent the further growth of Popery.19 & 20 George III c.28
1779Qualification of office holders under act to prevent further growth of PoperyFor allowing further time to persons in offices or employments to qualify themselves pursuant to an act entitled an act to prevent the further growth of Popery.Not Enacted
1779Murrough, earl of InchiquinFor vesting certain lands and premises therein mentioned, part of the estate of the Right Honourable Murrough, earl of Inchiquin, in trustees, for raising a sum not exceeding 30,000 by sale or mortgage of a competent part of the said estates, to be applied for the protection, enlargement and improvement of the said estates, and for quieting and compounding claims relative thereto.19 & 20 George III c.1 (private)
1779Road from Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, to O'Brien's Bridge, Co. ClareFor making and keeping in repair a road to lead from the town of Nenagh in the county of Tipperary to O'Brien's Bridge in the county of Clare.19 & 20 George III c.46
1779Compensation for legatees of Francis Andrews, late provost of Trinity CollegeFor granting compensation to the legatees of the Right Honourable Francis Andrews, late provost of Trinity College, near Dublin, deceased, for the injuries they sustained as legatees under the will of the said late provost.Not Enacted
1779Corn tradeFor the further encouragement and regulation of the corn trade of this kingdom.19 & 20 George III c.17
1779Tenure of judges' employmentFor making the commissions of the judges to continue quam diu se bene gesserint.Not Enacted
1779Naturalization of foreign merchants and othersFor naturalizing such foreign merchants, traders, artificers, artisans, manufacturers, workmen, seamen, farmers and others, as shall settle in this kingdom.19 & 20 George III c.29
1779Preservation of gameFor the more effectual preservation of the game.Not Enacted
1779Linen and hempFor the further encouragement of the linen and hempen manufactures of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1779Dublin circular roadTo explain and amend an act passed in the 17th and 18th years of his present majesty's reign entitled an act for making and keeping in repair a circular road round the city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1779Government loanFor granting unto his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.10
1779Advancement of trade and dutiesFor the advancement of trade, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.11
1779Linen, hemp and flax seedFor granting bounties on the export of certain species of the linen and hempen manufactures of this kingdom therein enumerated, and for repealing the bounties on flax seed imported, and for encouraging the growth thereof in this kingdom.19 & 20 George III c.33
1779Silk manufactureFor the better regulation of the silk manufacture.19 & 20 George III c.24
1779Tobacco tradeFor regulating and extending the tobacco trade.19 & 20 George III c.23
1779Sugar trade and dutiesFor better regulating the sugar trade, and granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.35
1779Partnerships and promotion of tradeTo regulate partnerships and promote trade.Not Enacted
1779Advancement of tradeFor the advancement of the trade of this kingdom.19 & 20 George III c.4
1779Government loanFor granting unto his majesty the several duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of the said principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.2
1779Duties on stamped vellum, parchment and paperFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors several duties upon stamped vellum, parchment and paper.19 & 20 George III c.8
1779Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, strong waters, wine, tobacco, hide and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain.19 & 20 George III c.1
1779Establishing a lottery, and granting to crown 200,000 to be raised therebyFor establishing a lottery, and for granting to his majesty a sum of 200,000 to be raised thereby, and for such other purposes as are therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.5
1779Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty an additional duty on beer, ale, wine, tobacco, hides and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and the British plantations.19 & 20 George III c.7
1779Duties on stamped vellum, parchment and paperFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors several duties upon stamped vellum, parchment and paper.19 & 20 George III c.3
1779Roads in Co. DublinFor making and amending public roads in the county of Dublin, and regulating, applotting and levying of money in the county of the city of Dublin.19 & 20 George III c.44
1779Small debts or civil bills in DublinFor amending the acts of the 2nd and 8th years of the reign of his late majesty King GeorgeI, and in the 1st year of his late majesty King GeorgeII, for recovery of small debts in a summary way by civil bill, as far as they relate to the county of Dublin.19 & 20 George III c.26
1779Relief of tenants with leases for livesFor the relief of tenants holding under leases for lives containing covenants for perpetual renewals.19 & 20 George III c.30
1779BankruptsTo amend the bankrupt laws now in force in this kingdom.19 & 20 George III c.25
1779Mending of public roadsTo amend a mistake in an act passed in the 13th and 14th year of his present majesty entitled entitled an act for amending the public roads.19 & 20 George III c.22
1779Grand jury presentmentsFor better regulating the mode of granting, levying and accounting for money which shall be presented by grand juries.Not Enacted
1779Road from Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, to Curranaboy Bridge, Co. WestmeathFor amending and making more effectual an act for repairing the road leading from the town of Nenagh in the county of Tipperary, through the towns of Birr and Ferbane in the King's County, to Curranaboy Bridge on the turnpike road leading to Athlone in the county of Westmeath, and for other purposes therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.47
1779William SherlockTo enable William Sherlock, esquire, to make leases, and to charge portions for his younger children, and for other purposes.19 & 20 George III c.4 (private)
1779Army marchesTo explain and amend an act entitled an act to prevent the disorders that may happen by the marching of soldiers, and for providing carriages for the baggage of soldiers in their march.Not Enacted
1779Continuing temporary statutesFor reviving, continuing and amending several temporary statutes.19 & 20 George III c.14
1779Provision trade and combinationsFor regulating the curing and preparing provisions and for preventing combinations among the several tradesmen and other persons employed in making up such provisions, and for regulating the butter trade in the city of Dublin, and for other purposes therein mentioned.19 & 20 George III c.36
1779Road from Cork to Knockboy turnpike gateFor altering, amending, continuing and making more effectual an act made in the 13th and 14th years of the reign of his present majesty entitled an act for amending and repairing the road leading from the city of Cork to the brook which bounds the counties of Cork and Tipperary near the foot of Kilworth Mountain, and on to Knockboy turnpike gate.19 & 20 George III c.49
1779CustodiamsFor the amendment of the laws respecting custodiams.Not Enacted
1779Road from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, to Doneraile, Co. CorkFor amending an act made in the 30th year of his late majesty GeorgeII entitled an act for repairing and amending the road leading from the town of Clonmel in the County Tipperary, through the towns of Clogheen, Mitchelstown, and to Doneraile in the county of Cork, and a further act passed in the 29th year of his said majesty's reign entitled an act for amending and repairing the said roads, and for other purposes.19 & 20 George III c.48
1779Road from Dublin to Navan, Co. Meath, and roads from Navan to Nobber and Kells, Co. MeathFor continuing, altering, amending and making more effectual an act of parliament and passed in the 17th and 18th years of the reign of his present majesty entitled an act for continuing and amending an act passed in the 15th and 16th years of the reign of his present majesty entitled an act for continuing an act passed in the 7th year of his late majesty King GeorgeII entitled an act for repairing the roads leading from the city of Dublin to the town of Navan in the county of Meath, and for repairing the roads leading from the said town of Navan to the town of Nobber in the said county, as also for repairing the road leading from the said town of Navan to the town of Kells in the said county.19 & 20 George III c.43
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
1779Qualification of justices of the peaceFor ascertaining the qualifications of justices of the peace for counties at large.Not Enacted
1779Relief of Protestant DissentersFor the relief of his majesty's faithful subjects the Protestant Dissenters of this kingdom, and to repeal a clause in the act of the 2nd of Queen Anne entitled an act to prevent the further growth of Popery.19 & 20 George III c.6
1779Tithe of flax, hemp and madderFor regulating the tithe of flax, hemp and madder.Not Enacted
1779Woollen manufactureFor the better regulation of the woollen manufacture of this kingdom.19 & 20 George III c.20
1779Combinations and tradeTo prevent combinations, and for the further encouragement of trade.19 & 20 George III c.19
1779Woollen manufactureFor the better regulation of the woollen manufacture of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1779Regulating parliament electionsTo amend an act passed in the 19th year of the reign of his late majesty GeorgeII entitled an act for the better regulating elections of members to serve in parliament.Not Enacted
1779Inland fisheriesFor the improvement of the inland fisheries of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1779John and Charles EchlinTo enable John Echlin, esquire, to charge certain lands in the county of Down with a provision for younger children, and also to enable Charles Echlin, esquire, the eldest son of the said John Echlin, to charge the said lands and premises with a jointure for a wife and a provision for his younger children.Not Enacted
1779Flax and hempTo continue an act entitled an act to amend an act passed in the 3rd year of his present majesty entitled an act for continuing the encouragement given by former acts of parliament to the flaxen and hempen manufactures.Not Enacted
1779Bank of IrelandFor establishing a bank, and incorporating certain persons by the name of the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland.Not Enacted
1779For quiet of the subject against pretence of concealmentFor the general quiet of the subjects against all pretence of concealment whatsoever.Not Enacted
1779MutinyFor the discpline of the army and punishing mutiny and desertion.Not Enacted
1779Preservation of gameFor the preservation of the game.Not Enacted
1779Quieting possessionsTo quiet possessions.Not Enacted
1779Naturalization of foreign merchants and othersTo naturalize such foreign merchants, manufacturers and others, as shall settle in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1779Regulating parliament electionsTo explain and amend an act passed in the 11th year of the reign of his present majesty entitled an act to regulate the trials of controverted elections, or returns of members to serve in parliament.Not Enacted
1779Regulating parliament electionsTo amend an act passed in the 19th year of his late majesty George II, entitled an act for the better regulating elections of members to serve in parliament.Not Enacted
1779Sugar trade and dutiesFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties upon imported sugars therein mentioned, and for extending the sugar trade.Not Enacted