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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1786Donegal fisheryFor the encouragement of the fisheries on the coasts of the County Donegal, and for granting the sum of 10,000 to promote the same.Not Enacted
1786Bounties for manufacturesFor granting the sum of 20,000 to certain trustees for distributing bounties and promoting the several manufactures therein named.26 George III c.46
1786Duties for Royal ExchangeFor granting to his majesty the duties therein mentioned to be paid to the trustees of the Royal Exchange.26 George III c.11
1786American tradeFor facilitating the trade and intercourse between this kingdom and the United States of America.26 George III c.16
1786First fruitsFor granting the sum of 5,000 to the board of first fruits for the purposes therein mentioned.26 George III c.53
1786Linen grantFor granting the sum of 4,000 to the trustees of the linen manufacture for the purposes therein mentioned.26 George III c.29
1786Payments to lord chancellor and chief judgesFor granting the sum of 3,000 to the lord chancellor and chief judges for the purposes therein mentioned.26 George III c.49
1786Foundling hospital and workhouseFor granting the sum of 5,000 to the governors of the foundling hospital and workhouse for the purposes therein mentioned.26 George III c.51
1786Hibernian Marine Society grantFor granting the sum of 1,000 to the Hibernian Marine Society, towards supporting the said charity.26 George III c.55
1786Hibernian School grantFor granting the sum of 1,000 to the governors of the Hibernian School, for the support of that charity.26 George III c.54
1786Corporation 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.26 George III c.52
1786Charter SchoolsFor granting the sum of 9,000 to the Incorporated Society for Supporting the Protestant Charter Schools of this Kingdom.26 George III c.47
1786Inland navigationFor continuing the encouragement given by former acts of parliament for promoting and carrying on inland navigations in this kingdom.26 George III c.38
1786Tobacco trade, and dutiesFor regulating and extending the tobacco trade, and for granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors the duties therein mentioned.26 George III c.6
1786Francis 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.26 George III c.2 (private)
1786Execution of law in Dublin, quieting possessions, transportation of felons, and police in DublinFor the better execution of the law within the city of Dublin, and certain parts adjacent thereto, and quieting and protecting possessions within this kingdom, for the more expeditious transportation of felons, for reviving, continuing and amending certain statutes therein mentioned, and for repealing an act passed in the 17th and 18th years of the reign of his present majesty entitled an act for improving the police of the city of Dublin.26 George III c.24
1786Inland navigationFor encouraging and rendering effectual inland navigations in this kingdom, and for dissolving the Corporation of Commissioners for promoting and carrying on Inland Navigations.Not Enacted
1786Clergy protectionFor the protection of the persons, houses and properties of rectors, vicars and curates actually resident in their parishes.Not Enacted
1786Sub-constablesFor rendering sub-constables more useful.Not Enacted
1786Grand jury presentments for feesTo regulate the presentments of grand juries for clerks of the crown and peace, sheriffs and gaolers respecting the fees of such persons as shall be acquitted on their trials.Not Enacted
1786Navigation House in Dublin vested in crownFor vesting the house commonly called the Navigation House, in the city of Dublin, with all furniture therein (not being private property) in his majesty, his heirs and successors.26 George III c.56
1786Fisheries, trade and manufactures grantsFor applying 10,000 being part of 71,600 granted this session of parliament for the advancement of fisheries, trade and manufactures.26 George III c.25
1786Stephen Creagh ButlerFor vesting lands and premises, the estate of Stephen Creagh Butler, esquire, in trustees, to be sold for payment of debts, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1786Continuing temporary statutesFor reviving and continuing several temporary statutes.Not Enacted
1786Dublin Society grantFor granting the sum of 5,000 to the Dublin Society for the purposes therein mentioned.26 George III c.48
1786Linen, hemp and flax seedTo promote the linen and hempen manufactures by increasing the supply of Irish flax seed, and encouraging the export of linens and sail cloth, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the duties therein mentioned.26 George III c.4
1786Leases for building for encouragement of manufacturersFor the encouragement of manufacturers, and the improvement of the landed property of this kingdom, by permitting persons under settlement to let leases for lives renewable forever, at the full improved rent, for building in market towns and on the banks of navigable rivers and canals.Not Enacted
1786Port and ballast office of DublinFor amending an act entitled an act for cleansing the port, harbour and river of Dublin, and for erecting a ballast office in the said city.Not Enacted
1786Jane BonnellFor vesting the residue of the real and personal estates of Jane Bonnell, otherwise Conyngham, widow, deceased, in trustees for the purposes mentioned in her will and codicil.26 George III c.3 (private)
1786Fisheries grantTo apply the sum of 4,073 3s. 2d., being a balance in the collectors' hands at Lady Day 1785, directed to be applied by parliament for the encouragement of the fisheries of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1786Government loanFor granting to 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.26 George III c.2
1786Additional 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 and British plantations, and of all glass, except from Great Britain.26 George III c.1
1786Duties on letters and packetsFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors certain rates and duties upon the portage and conveyance of all letters and packets within this kingdom, and for the purposes therein mentioned.26 George III c.12
1786Sugar trade and dutiesFor regulating the sugar trade, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties therein mentioned.26 George III c.5
1786Cork city bridgeFor building a bridge over the northern channel of the River Lee in the city of Cork and suburbs thereof, and for other purposes relative to the said city.Not Enacted
1786Hawkers and pedlarsFor licensing hawkers and pedlars, petty chapmen and other persons.26 George III c.13
1786Stamp dutiesFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors several duties therein mentioned to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.26 George III c.15
1786Duties on carriagesFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors certain duties on carriages.26 George III c.8
1786Duties on coffeeFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties therein mentioned upon coffee.26 George III c.7
1786Duties on licencesFor granting certain duties upon licences to be taken out by the several persons therein mentioned.26 George III c.10
1786Duties on maltFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors certain duties upon malt.26 George III c.3
1786Baking tradeFor regulating the baking trade in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1786Advancement of trade and dutiesFor the advancement of trade, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties therein mentioned.26 George III c.9
1786Waterford bridgeFor building a bridge over the River Suir at Waterford.26 George III c.58
1786Road from Dublin to MalahideFor making, widening and repairing the road leading from the city of Dublin to Malahide, and for erecting turnpike gates and receiving tolls thereout in aid of the barony presentments, and for appointing trustees for carrying the said purposes into execution.26 George III c.30
1786Port of DublinFor promoting the trade of Dublin, by rendering its port and harbour more commodious.26 George III c.19
1786Paving, lighting, cleansing, sewers and fountains in DublinFor consolidating into one law, extending and rendering more effectual the powers granted by several acts of parliament for paving, cleansing and lighting the city of Dublin, and for other purposes respecting the same, for repealing the several acts and clauses of acts therein mentioned, and for the more effectually paving, cleansing and lighting the squares, streets, lanes, courts, alleys, quays, bridges and other places within the limits of the circular or environ road, whether within the county of Dublin or within the city and county of the city of Dublin, and the liberties thereof, except such streets and other places as are therein excepted, and for making sewers and erecting fountains and conduits for the use of the poor, and for preventing and removing annoyances, obstructions and nuisances within the same.Not Enacted
1786Gold coin fraudTo prevent the practice of fraudulently buying and selling of light gold coin in this kingdom.26 George III c.39
1786Paving, lighting and cleansing in DublinFor the improvement of the city of Dublin and the environs thereof, by the better paving, lighting and cleansing the same.26 George III c.61
1786Partnerships and promotion of tradeFor the more effectually promoting partnerships in trade, by amending the laws respecting the same.26 George III c.34
1786Preservation of gameFor the preservation of the game.Not Enacted
1786Wide streets in DublinFor 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.26 George III c.32
1786Bishops' leasesFor the improvement of this kingdom by enabling archbishops, bishops and other ecclesiastical persons and corporations to make leases for lives or years.Not Enacted
1786Coastal fisheriesTo explain and amend an act passed in the 25th year of his present majesty entitled an act for the further improvement and extension of the fisheries on the coasts of this kingdom.26 George III c.20
1786Qualification of members of parliamentFor securing the freedom of parliament by ascertaining the qualification of members to sit in the house of commons.Not Enacted
1786Fees waived for persons acquitted of offences or dischargedTo explain and amend an act passed in the 23rd and 24th years of his present majesty's reign 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
1786Road from Dublin to Mullingar, and road from Chapelizod to DublinFor continuing and amending the several laws relating to 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.26 George III c.41
1786PensionsTo limit the amount of pensions.Not Enacted
1786Roads to DublinFor the improvement of the several avenues leading to the city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1786Roads in Co. DublinFor making, widening and repairing public roads in the county of Dublin, and for repealing parts of several acts formerly made for that purpose.26 George III c.14
1786Insolvent debtorsTo amend an act passed in the 21st and 22nd years of his present majesty's reign entitled an act for the relief of insolvent persons under a certain description.Not Enacted
1786Regulation of gaolsFor amending and carrying more effectually into force the several laws now in being for regulating the public gaols and prisons throughout this kingdom.26 George III c.27
1786Henry Hamilton, Sir Richard CoxTo enable Henry Hamilton, esquire, of Dunmanway in the county of Cork, to take upon him the surname of Cox instead of that of Hamilton, and to continue the said surname of Cox to all his descendants, pursuant to the will of Sir Richard Cox, baronet, deceased, and to oblige him and them to bear and use the arms of the said Sir Richard Cox instead of those belonging to the Hamiltons.26 George III c.1 (private)
1786Bills 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.26 George III c.17
1786Gaol and marshalsea in LimerickTo amend an act passed in the 23rd and 24th years of his present majesty entitled an act for the erecting and building a new and convenient gaol and marshalsea in the city of Limerick, and to enable certain trustees and commissioners therein named to purchase ground whereon to erect and build the same, and for enabling the Honourable and Reverend Maurice Crosbie, dean of Limerick, whereof he is seised in right of his deanery, and to purchase a house and offices in the said city for a deanery house as in manner therein set forth.26 George III c.59
1786Destruction of bridges, fingerposts and milestonesTo prevent the malicious destruction of bridges, fingerposts and milestones in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1786Frauds in measurement of limeTo explain and amend an act passed in the 13th and 14th years of his present majesty entitled an act for preventing frauds in the measurement of lime.26 George III c.35
1786Copper manufactureFor rendering effectual a grant formerly made by parliament for the encouragement of the copper manufacture of this kingdom.26 George III c.36
1786Inland fisheriesTo explain and amend an act passed in the 23rd and 24th years of his present majesty entitled an act for the protection and improvement of the inland fisheries of this kingdom.26 George III c.50
1786Freeholders' registrationFor amending the several laws relative to the registering of freeholders.26 George III c.23
1786Grand jury grants for building bridewellsTo enable the grand juries of the several counties, counties of cities and counties of towns within this kingdom to grant such sums as shall be necessary for building and repairing bridewells therein.26 George III c.45
1786Grand jury grants for building bridewellsFor enabling the grand jury of the county of Tipperary to grant such sums as shall be necessary for building and repairing bridewells in proper places in said county.Not Enacted
1786Pawnbrokers 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 receivable by law.26 George III c.43
1786Stage in DublinFor regulating the stage in the city and county of Dublin.26 George III c.57
1786Cork city bridgeFor building a bridge over the northern channel of the River Lee in the city of Cork and suburbs thereof, and for other purposes relative to the said city.26 George III c.28
1786Attaining money or goods by false pretences or threatsFor the more effectual punishment of persons who shall attain or attempt to attain possession of money or goods by false pretences or by threats.26 George III c.37
1786Preservation of gameTo amend an act passed in 3rd year of his present majesty entitled an act for the preservation of the game.26 George III c.33
1786Tullamore shire town of King's Co.For making Tullamore the shire town of the King's County, and the only town where the assizes and general gaol delivery for said county shall be had.Not Enacted
1786Freeholders' registration and parliament electionsTo suspend for a limited time the operation of an act passed last session of parliament entitled an act for the more effectually registering of freeholders so far as the same shall affect the election of members to serve in parliament.26 George III c.22
1786Extension of statutes, judgments and recognizancesFor making more effectual an act made in the 17th year of the reign of his late majesty King CharlesII entitled an act to prevent delays in extending statutes, judgments and recognizances and for explaining an act made in the 10th year of the reign of his late majesty King CharlesI entitled an act for contentation of debts upon execution.26 George III c.31
1786RevenueFor continuing and amending several laws relating to his majesty's revenue, and for the more effectually preventing of frauds therein, and for other purposes therein mentioned.26 George III c.21
1786MutinyFor punishing mutiny and desertion, and for the better payment of the army and their quarters within this kingdom.26 George III c.18
1786Qualification of office holders under act to prevent further growth of poperyFor the relief of persons who have omitted to qualify themselves according to law.26 George III c.44
1786Presentments for public 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 the roads within the county of the said city and the liberties thereof.26 George III c.40
1786Settlement of manufacturers at Prosperous, Co. KildareFor further promoting the purposes of 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.26 George III c.42
1786Grand Canal from Osberstown towards NaasTo enable certain persons to make a navigable cut from the Grand Canal at Osberstown towards Naas, and into the adjacent country.26 George III c.60
1786BankruptsFor the relief of uncertificated bankrupts.26 George III c.26
1786Tolls and customsFor regulating the tolls and customs in cities, boroughs and towns corporate.Not Enacted
1786Relief of landlords in recovery of rentsFor the relief of landlords in the recovery of their rents in cases where the lands held under them are granted in custodium, and for other purposes.Not Enacted