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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1785Dublin Society grantFor directing the application of 2,500 granted to the Dublin Society for the encouragement of manufactures, arts and sciences.25 George III c.61
1785Trials in which peers a partyTo take away the challenge to the array of panels of jurors for want of a knight on trials in which a peer or lord of parliament is a party.25 George III c.31
1785Bishops' leasesTo enable archbishops, bishops, deans and deans and chapters, archdeacons, deacons, prebendaries and other ecclesiastical persons to make leases for a further limited time.Not Enacted
1785Walter TaylorFor vesting certain lands therein mentioned, the estates of Walter Taylor of Castle Taylor in the county of Galway, esquire, in trustees for payments of debts and encumbrances affecting the same.25 George III c.3 (private)
1785Relief of Sir Robert Warren and others, bankers, and for payment of their debtsFor the relief of Sir Robert Warren, baronet, James Bernard, esquire, the Right Honourable William, Lord Baron Riversdale, Sampson Stawell, Augustus Warren and William Cuthbert, esquires, late of the city of Cork, bankers, and for the speedy and effectual payment of the debts of the said bankers.Not Enacted
1785Bills of exchange and promissory notesTo explain and amend an act passed in this kingdom in the 8th year of the reign of her late majesty Queen Anne entitled an act for the better payment of inland bills of exchange, and making promissory notes more obligatory.Not Enacted
1785Regulation and fees of sheriffsTo amend an act passed in the 12th year of his late majesty GeorgeI entitled an act for better regulating the office of sheriffs, and for ascertaining their fees, and the fees of suing out their patents and passing their accounts, and for extending the provisions thereof.25 George III c.36
1785American tradeFor continuing an act entitled an act for facilitating the trade and intercourse between this kingdom and the United States of America, and furthering the said trade and intercourse, and for prohibiting the import of tobacco not being of the growth of the said states, or of the British plantations or Great Britain.25 George III c.15
1785Demise of crownFor preventing doubts concerning the parliament, privy council and all offices, civil and military, on the demise of the crown, and for confirming letters patent in certain cases.Not Enacted
1785James TilsonFor making an exemplification of the last will and testament of James Tilson, formerly of Bolesworth Castle in the county of Chester in the kingdom of Great Britain, esquire, evidence of such will within the kingdom of Ireland.25 George III c.4 (private)
1785Accounting for public worksTo carry into further effect an act passed in the last session of parliament in this kingdom entitled an act for the due accounting for all money granted for public works, charities and hospitals, and for the ordering a regular account in future of all monies entrusted to the corporation for carrying on the inland navigation, the trustees of the linen manufacture, the Dublin Society, the paymaster of the corn premiums, the corporation for paving the streets of Dublin, and for other purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.63
1785Crown debtsTo repeal an act passed in the 21st year of the reign of his present majesty entitled an act for the more speedy and effectual recovery of the king's debts, and also for the more easy, cheap and effectual recovery of debts due to the crown.Not Enacted
1785Leases by schoolsTo alter and amend an act made in the 21st and 22nd years of his present majesty's reign entitled an act to enable the governors of any schools founded in this kingdom to make long leases of such lands as have been granted for the support of the said schools and are situate in counties of cities and counties of towns.25 George III c.55
1785Ecclesiastical titlesTo remedy the inconveniencies which arise to ecclesiastical persons from the loss of their titles and certificates of their other qualifications.25 George III c.38
1785John UsherFor vesting certain lands, tenements, hereditaments and premises in the county of Waterford and kingdom of Ireland, the estate of John Usher, esquire, in trustees, that the same, or a competent part thereof, may be sold for the payment of debts and encumbrances affecting the same.25 George III c.1
1785LotteriesTo amend the laws relative to lotteries in this kingdom.25 George III c.45
1785Flax and hempFor granting the sum of 4,000 for the purposes therein mentioned, and for continuing the several duties granted by an act passed in this kingdom in the 3rd year of his majesty's reign entitled an act for continuing the encouragement given by former acts of parliament to the flaxen and hempen manufactures.25 George III c.12
1785Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors an additional duty on wine, hides, beer, ale 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.25 George III c.1
1785Duties for Royal ExchangeFor granting to his majesty the duties therein mentioned to be paid to the trustees of the Royal Exchange.25 George III c.30
1785Duties on carriagesFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors certain duties on carriages.25 George III c.9
1785Payments to lord chancellor and chief judgesFor granting the sum of 3,000 to the lord chancellor and chief judges for the purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.24
1785Duties on licencesFor granting certain duties upon licences to be taken out by the several persons therein mentioned.25 George III c.8
1785Stamp dutiesFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties therein mentioned, to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.25 George III c.18
1785Foundling hospital and workhouseFor granting the sum of 10,000 to the governors of the foundling hospital and workhouse for the purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.29
1785Hibernian Marine Society grantFor granting the sum of 1,000 to the Hibernian Marine Society, towards supporting the said charity.25 George III c.25
1785Hibernian School grantFor granting the sum of 1,000 to the governors of the Hibernian School, for the support of that charity.25 George III c.23
1785Corporation for the relief of the poor in DublinFor granting the sum of 8,600 to the corporation for the relief of the poor of the city of Dublin.25 George III c.22
1785Charter SchoolsFor granting the sum of 9,000 to the Incorporated Society for Supporting the Protestant Charter Schools of this Kingdom.25 George III c.16
1785Dublin Society grantFor granting the sum of 5,000 to the Dublin Society for the purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.27
1785Foundling hospitalFor the better support and maintenance of the foundling hospital.25 George III c.50
1785Tobacco trade, and dutiesFor regulating and extending the tobacco trade, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the duties therein mentioned.25 George III c.6
1785School of physicFor establishing a complete school of physic in this kingdom.25 George III c.42
1785Duties on coffeeFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties therein mentioned upon coffee.25 George III c.7
1785Donegal fisheryFor granting the sum of 20,000 to the speaker of the house of commons, the chancellor of the exchequer, the deputy vice-treasurer, the teller of the exchequer, the senior commissioner of his majesty's revenue, the Right Honourable Thomas Conolly and the Right Honourable Luke Gardiner, or any four of them, for the purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.14
1785Seduction of artificers and manufacturersTo prevent the practice of seducing artificers and manufacturers of this kingdom, and of exporting the several tools and utensils made use of in preparing and working up the manufacture thereof into parts beyond the seas.25 George III c.17
1785Jonathan Morton PleydellTo enable Jonathan Morton Pleydell of Teignmouth in the county of Devon in the kingdom of Great Britain, esquire, during his life and after his decease to empower Jonathan Morton Pleydell, his son, and the daughters of the said Jonathan Morton Pleydell, the elder, when they shall respectively be in possession of his the said Jonathan Morton Pleydell the elder's estate in the counties of Cavan and Meath in the kingdom of Ireland, to make leases of said lands, and for other purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.10 (private)
1785Salvage of shipsFor the further amendment of a law in relation to the salvage of ships and goods stranded or in danger of perishing at sea.Not Enacted
1785Bounties for encouraging tradeFor the better encouraging of trade by regulating the payment of bounties and exempting them from fees.25 George III c.13
1785Gunpowder export bountiesFor granting bounties on gunpowder, the manufacture of this kingdom, exported.Not Enacted
1785Duties on maltFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors certain duties upon malt.25 George III c.3
1785Hawkers and pedlarsFor licensing hawkers and pedlars, petty chapmen and other persons.25 George III c.20
1785Sir Ulick BurkeFor vesting certain lands in the county of Galway, late the estate of Sir Ulick Burke, baronet, deceased, in trustees to raise by sale or mortgage of a competent part thereof a sum of 16,000 sterling, for the purpose of paying off encumbrances, and for other family purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.2 (private)
1785Edward Ward; Sir John Parnell; Nicholas, Viscount BangorTo enable the Honourable Edward Ward and Sir John Parnell, baronet, committees of the estates of the Right Honourable Nicholas, Lord Viscount Bangor, a lunatic, to make leases of the estates of the said lunatic.25 George III c.6 (private)
1785Cork city bridgeFor building a bridge over the northern channel of the River Lee in the city of Cork, and for other purposes relative to the said city.Not Enacted
1785St Leger, Baron Doneraile; Hayes St LegerTo enable the Right Honourable St Leger, Lord Baron Doneraile, and his eldest son, the Honourable Hayes St Leger, to settle a jointure on such wife as the said Hayes should marry in the lifetime of his said father, and to secure a provision for the younger children of the said Hayes St Leger by such wife.25 George III c.5 (private)
1785Woollen manufactureFor regulating the breadth and length of pieces of coarse woollen manufacture.Not Enacted
1785Parish clerks' maintenanceFor the better carrying into execution the several laws for providing a maintenance for parish clerks, and for other purposes.Not Enacted
1785Arthur Saunders, earl of Arran; Arthur Saunders Gore, called Viscount SudleyFor the more effectually raising a sufficient sum of money for discharging the debts and encumbrances affecting certain lands in the counties of Wexford, Mayo, Sligo and Donegal, the estates of the Right Honourable Arthur Saunders, earl of Arran, and the Honourable Arthur Saunders Gore, commonly called Lord Viscount Sudley, and for the payment of the debts now due by them respectively, and for other purposes.25 George III c.7 (private)
1785Relief of under-tenantsFor the relief of under-tenants in cases therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1785John, earl of GlandoreFor vesting certain lands and premises therein mentioned, the estate of the Right Honourable John, earl of Glandore, in trustees, for raising a sum not exceeding 6,500 by demise, sale or mortgage of a competent part thereof, for the purposes in the said act mentioned, and to enable the said earl of Glandore to make building leases of part thereof.25 George III c.9 (private)
1785Continuing temporary statutesFor reviving and continuing temporary statutes.Not Enacted
1785Duties on letters and packets, and post officeFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors certain duties and rates upon the portage and conveyance of all letters and packets within this kingdom, and for explaining and amending an act passed in the 23rd and 24th years of his majesty's reign entitled an act for establishing a post office within this kingdom.25 George III c.19
1785Linen, hemp and flax seedTo promote the linen and hempen manufactures, by increasing the supply of Irish flax seed, and encouraging the export of linen and sail cloth, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the duties therein mentioned.25 George III c.11
1785Corn tradeFor explaining and amending an act entitled an act for regulating the corn trade, promoting agriculture and providing a regular and steady supply of corn within this kingdom, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the duties therein mentioned.25 George III c.10
1785Woollen manufactureFor the encouragement of the woollen manufacture.Not Enacted
1785Qualification of sheriffs of countiesFor ascertaining the qualification of sheriffs of counties at large.Not Enacted
1785MilitiaFor establishing a militia in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1785Bread and other pricesFor regulating the price and assize of bread, and preventing frauds and impositions in the sale of flour, meal, beer, ale, potatoes, butchers' meat, and other articles sold by weight or measure in the counties of Dublin or Donegal.Not Enacted
1785Rape cultivationFor encouraging the cultivation of rape in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1785Sugar trade and dutiesFor regulating the sugar trade, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties therein mentioned.25 George III c.5
1785Government loanFor granting unto his majesty the several aids, duties, rates, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be 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.25 George III c.2
1785RevenueFor the advancement of trade, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors, the several duties therein mentioned.25 George III c.4
1785Grants for manufacturesFor granting the sums of 20,000, 5,000 and 4,000 to certain trustees and for promoting the manufactures therein mentioned.25 George III c.48
1785First fruitsFor granting the sum of 5,000 to the board of first fruits for the purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.26
1785Relief of insolvent debtorsFor the relief of insolvent debtors.Not Enacted
1785Port and River Liffey in DublinFor the better cleansing and improving the port and harbour of Dublin and the River Anna Liffey.Not Enacted
1785Ports and ballast offices in Cork, Galway, Sligo, Drogheda and BelfastTo amend an act entitled an act for cleansing the ports, harbours and rivers of the city of Cork, and of the towns of Galway, Sligo, Drogheda and Belfast, and for erecting a ballast office in the said city, and each of the said towns.25 George III c.64
1785Gold coin fraudTo prevent the practice of fraudulently buying and selling of light gold coin in this kingdom, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1785Robert EdmistonFor confirming the partition, and establishing an agreement made between Robert Edmiston of Berwick upon Tweed, esquire, and Mary Edmiston, otherwise Barker, his wife, John Hassard of Tuam in the county of Cavan, esquire, and Samuel Hassard, otherwise Barker, his wife, Henry Bolton of Ballycanvan in the county of Waterford, esquire, and Elizabeth Bolton, otherwise Barker, his wife, of the undivided estate of the late Francis Barker of the city of Waterford, esquire, and to enable them to make long leases of such parts of said estate as lie within the liberties of the county of the city of Waterford.Not Enacted
1785Qualification of justices of the peaceTo explain and amend an act passed in the 23rd and 24th years of his present majesty entitled an act for ascertaining the qualification of such persons as shall take out commissions of the peace for counties at large.25 George III c.59
1785Encouragement of agricultureTo explain and amend the several laws for the encouragement of agriculture in this kingdom.25 George III c.62
1785Church land improvementsTo explain and amend the several acts made in this kingdom to encourage the building of houses, and making other improvements on church lands, and to prevent dilapidations.25 George III c.21
1785Registry of deeds and willsFor amending and more effectually carrying into execution the several laws relating to the registering of deeds and wills in the register office of this kingdom, and for the better regulating and conducting the business of the said office.Not Enacted
1785Registry of deeds and willsFor amending and more effectually carrying into execution the several laws relating to the registering of deeds and wills in the registry office of this kingdom, and for the better regulating and conducting the business of the said office.25 George III c.47
1785Wide streets in DublinFor further amending an act passed in the 31st year of the reign of his late majesty King GeorgeII entitled an act for making a wide and convenient way, street and passage from Essex Bridge to the Castle of Dublin, and for other purposes therein mentioned, and also for explaining and further amending the several acts heretofore passed for the improvement of the city of Dublin by making wide and convenient passages through the same.Not Enacted
1785Linen in MunsterFor the more effectual encouragement of the linen manufacture in the province of Munster.Not Enacted
1785BankruptsFor the amendment of the bankrupt laws.Not Enacted
1785ForgeryTo explain and amend an act passed in the 13th and 14th years of the reign of his present majesty King GeorgeIII entitled an act for the more effectual preventing the forging or altering the acceptance or endorsements of bills of exchange, or the numbers or principal sums of accountable receipts for notes, bills or other securities for payment of money or warrants, or orders for payment of money, or delivery of goods.25 George III c.37
1785Coastal fisheriesFor the further improvement and extension of the fisheries on the coasts of this kingdom.25 George III c.35
1785Qualification of members of parliamentFor securing the freedom of parliament, by ascertaining the qualification of members to sit in the house of commons.Not Enacted
1785Road from Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, to Curranaboy Bridge, Co. WestmeathTo repeal an act passed in the 19th and 20th years of his present majesty entitled an act for amending and making more effectual an act for repairing the road leading from the town of Nenagh in the County Tipperary, through the towns of Birr and Firbane in the King's County, to Curranaboy Bridge on the turnpike road leading to Athlone in the county of Westmeath, and also for other purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.33
1785Distraining for rentFor rendering more effectual the remedy by distress for rent.Not Enacted
1785Representation of the people in parliamentFor the more equal representation of the people in parliament.Not Enacted
1785Excluding pensioners from parliamentTo disable any person from being chosen a member of, or from sitting and voting in the house of commons, who has any pension during pleasure or for any number of years from the crown, and for furthering the independence of the judges.Not Enacted
1785Roads to DublinFor the improvement of the principal avenues leading to the city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1785Roads in Co. DublinFor making, widening and repairing public roads in the county of Dublin, and for repealing part of several acts made for that purpose.Not Enacted
1785Dublin circular roadTo amend an act made in the 17th and 18th years of the reign of his present majesty entitled an act for making and keeping in repair a circular road round the city of Dublin.25 George III c.56
1785Regulation of gaolsFor amending and carrying more effectually into force the several laws now in force for regulating the public gaols and prisons throughout this kingdom.Not Enacted
1785Settlement of manufacturers at Prosperous, Co. KildareFor amending an act entitled an act for the issuing treasury bills to the amount therein mentioned for the purpose of promoting manufactures by providing for the settlement of a number of industrious manufacturers at Prosperous in the county of Kildare.25 George III c.41
1785Provision trade and combinationsTo continue and amend an act made in the 21st and 22nd years of his present majesty entitled an act to explain and amend an act made in the 19th and 20th years of his present majesty entitled an act for regulating the curing and preparing provisions, and for preventing combinations among the several tradesmen employed in making up such provisions, and for regulating the butter trade in the city of Dublin, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1785Parish clerks' maintenanceFor the better carrying into execution the several laws for providing a maintenance for parish clerks, and for other purposes.25 George III c.58
1785Fees waived for persons acquitted of offences or dischargedTo explain and amend an act passed last session of parliament entitled an act for the relief of prisoners, charged with felony or other crimes who shall be acquitted or discharged by proclamation, respecting their fees, and giving recompense for such fees.Not Enacted
1785Destruction of bridgesTo prevent malicious destruction of bridges.Not Enacted
1785Inland fisheriesTo amend and explain an act passed in the last session of parliament entitled an act for the improvement of the inland fisheries of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1785Continuing temporary statutesFor reviving, continuing and amending several temporary statutes.25 George III c.54
1785County gaol in NenaghTo convert the bridewell of Nenagh, in the county of Tipperary, into a county gaol for the reception and safe custody of felons and other criminals.Not Enacted
1785Pawnbrokers and rate of interestTo establish the business of a pawnbroker, and to authorize such persons as shall be duly qualified to carry on the same to lend money on pawns or pledges, and to receive interest at a higher rate than heretofore was recoverable by law.Not Enacted
1785Infirmaries and hospitalsFor extending the provisions of an act passed in this kingdom in the 5th year of the reign of his present majesty entitled an act for erecting and establishing public infirmaries or hospitals in this kingdom.25 George III c.39
1785Clergy widows and childrenFor raising and establishing a fund for a provision for the widows and children of the clergy of the Church of Ireland.Not Enacted
1785Stage in DublinFor regulating the stage in the city and county of Dublin.Not Enacted
1785Hay exportsTo prevent the exportation of hay from this kingdom for a limited time.25 George III c.57
1785Church land improvementsTo explain and amend the several acts made in this kingdom to encourage the building of houses, and making other improvements on church lands, and for other purposes.25 George III c.49
1785Sir Michael CromieFor vesting in trustees certain lands in the counties of Kildare and Mayo, part of the estates of Sir Michael Cromie, baronet, for raising a sum of 13,000 to discharge encumbrances affecting said estate.25 George III c.8 (private)
1785Freeholders' registrationFor the more effectually registering freeholders.25 George III c.52
1785Summary hearings for small debtsFor amending the several acts made in this kingdom for recovery of small debts in a summary way before the judges of assize.Not Enacted
1785Recovery of small debts in manor courtsFor the more speedy and easy recovery of small debts in the manor courts within this kingdom, and for regulating the costs of proceeding for that purpose therein.25 George III c.44
1785Vexatious injunctionsFor preventing vexatious injunctions to stay proceedings at law, and for giving costs to defendants in courts of equity in certain cases.25 George III c.51
1785Commerce between Great Britain and IrelandFor effectuating the intercourse and commerce between Great Britain and Ireland on permanent and equitable principles, for the mutual benefit of both kingdoms.Not Enacted
1785Police in Co. TipperaryFor amending the police of the county of Tipperary, and more effectually promoting the ends of public justice therein.Not Enacted
1785Infirmaries and hospitalsFor further extending the provisions of an act passed in this kingdom in the 5th year of the reign of his present majesty entitled an act for erecting and establishing public infirmaries or hospitals in this kingdom.25 George III c.40
1785RevenueFor continuing and amending several laws relating to his majesty's revenue, and for the more effectually preventing of frauds therein.25 George III c.34
1785Crown debtsTo amend an act entitled an act for the more speedy and effectual recovery of the king's debts.25 George III c.53
1785Corruption in parliament electionsTo prevent corrupt and unconstitutional practices in electing and returning members to serve in parliament.Not Enacted
1785MutinyFor punishing mutiny and desertion, and for the better payment of the army and their quarters.25 George III c.28
1785Green wax processTo make more effectual and beneficial the process commonly called green wax process.Not Enacted
1785Corn measures, and husbandryTo repeal an act entitled an act for regulating measures in buying and selling corn, and for promoting husbandry.25 George III c.60
1785Rutland Square lights and watch, and lying-in hospitalFor the completing and effectually lighting and watching Rutland Square, and for the better support and maintenance of the hospital for the relief of poor lying-in-women in Great Britain Street, Dublin, and for other purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.43
1785Rutland Square lights and watch, and lying-in hospitalFor the more effectual lighting and watching Rutland Square, and for the better support and maintenance of the lying-in hospital, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1785Qualification 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.25 George III c.32
1785Presentments, and repairing roads, in DublinFor the more effectually collecting the public money to be raised by presentment within the county of the city of Dublin, and also for the more effectually repairing roads within the county of the said city.Not Enacted
1785Fees of public notaries on bills of exchange and promissory notesFor regulating the fees payable to public notaries for noting and protesting bills of exchange and promissory notes.Not Enacted
1785Fees of public notaries on bills of exchange and promissory notesFor regulating the fees payable to public notaries for noting and protesting bills of exchange and promissory notes.Not Enacted
1785Road from Dublin to Mullingar, and road from Chapelizod to DublinFor continuing and amending the several laws relating to the repairs of the turnpike road leading from Dublin to Mullingar, and for more effectually enabling the trustees thereof to widen the narrow parts leading from Chapelizod to Dublin on the north and south sides of the River Liffey.Not Enacted
1785William Conyngham, and fisheries on the west coast of Co. DonegalFor raising the sum of 20,000 upon the manor of Port Dungloe in the county of Donegal, the estate of the Right Honourable William Conyngham, to be expended together with another sum of 20,000 granted by parliament in promoting the fisheries on the western coast of the county of Donegal, in the manner therein mentioned.25 George III c.65
1785Trials in which peers a partyTo take away the challenge to the array of panels of jurors for want of a knight on trials in which a peer is party.Not Enacted
1785Road from Dublin to Mullingar, and road from Chapelizod to DublinFor continuing and amending the several laws relating to the repairs of the road leading from Dublin to Mullingar, and for more effectually enabling the trustees thereof to widen the narrow parts leading from Chapelizod to Dublin on both sides of the River Liffey.Not Enacted
1785Validity of British wills in IrelandFor making exemplifications under the great seal of Great Britain of wills, disposing of lands in Ireland, evidence.Not Enacted
1785Receivers of stolen goodsFor the repealing part of an act, passed in the 23rd and 24th years of his present majesty George III, entitled an act for the more easy discovery and effectual punishment of buyers and receivers of stolen goods.Not Enacted
1785Henry, earl of ClanricardeFor confirming and executing in this kingdom an act of parliament made and passed in Great Britain in the 10th year of our sovereign lord George III, entitled an act for vesting the settled estates of Henry, earl of Clanricarde, in the kingdom of Ireland in trustees, discharged of the uses and trusts of his marriage articles and of a voluntary settlement made by him, and for re-settling the same to the several uses and upon the trusts therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1785Francis and William RyvesTo enable Francis Ryves, esquire, and William Ryves, esquire, his son, to settle a jointure on such wife as the said William Ryves shall marry in the lifetime of the said Francis, his father, and to provide for younger children.Not Enacted
1785TenantsTo make provision against the holding over of possessions by tenants, in cases of tenements of small value.Not Enacted
1785Insolvent debtorsFor the relief of insolvent debtors with respect to the imprisonment of their persons.25 George III c.46
1785Baking tradeFor regulating the baking trade.Not Enacted
1785Corn sale in Dublin[Against power assumed by the present lord mayor of the city of Dublin, of compelling all corn brought for sale to the said city to be weighed.]Not Enacted