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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1789Tobacco trade, and dutiesFor regulating and extending the tobacco trade, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the duties therein mentioned.29 George III c.10
1789Sugar trade and dutiesFor regulating the sugar trade, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties therein mentioned.29 George III c.4
1789Duties, and treaty of commerce and navigation with FranceFor granting certain aids, duties and impositions to his majesty, his heirs and successors from the time therein mentioned, and for continuing the effect of a treaty of commerce and navigation concluded between his majesty and the most Christian king.29 George III c.12
1789Government loanFor granting to his majesty the several aids, duties, rights, impositions and taxes therein particularly expressed to be applied to the payment of the interest of the principal 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.29 George III c.2
1789Pious and charitable purposesFor granting the several sums therein mentioned for certain pious and charitable purposes.29 George III c.41
1789Payments to lord chancellor and chief judgesFor granting the sum of 6,000 to the lord chancellor and chief judges for the purposes therein mentioned.29 George III c.35
1789Duties for Royal ExchangeFor granting to his majesty the duties therein mentioned to be paid to the trustees of the Royal Exchange.29 George III c.37
1789Forfeited recognizancesFor amending and explaining the provisions of an act entitled an act for the better collection of forfeited recognizances.29 George III c.28
1789Linen grantFor granting the sum of 4,000 to the trustees of the linen manufacture and for other purposes.29 George III c.34
1789American tradeFor further continuing an act entitled an act for facilitating the trade and intercourse between this kingdom and the United States of America.29 George III c.7
1789Duties on licencesFor granting certain duties upon licences to be taken out by the several persons therein mentioned.29 George III c.14
1789Advancement of trade and dutiesFor the advancement of trade, for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties therein mentioned.29 George III c.3
1789Hawkers and pedlarsFor licensing hawkers and pedlars, petty chapmen and other persons.29 George III c.16
1789Linen, hemp and flax seedTo promote the linen and hempen manufactures by increasing of Irish flax seed, and encouraging the exportation of linens and sail cloth, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors therein mentioned.29 George III c.13
1789Duties 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.29 George III c.8
1789Duties on maltFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors certain duties upon malt.29 George III c.6
1789Duties on coffeeFor regulating the coffee trade, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties therein mentioned upon coffee.29 George III c.5
1789Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors an additional duty on hides, beer, ale and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all cambrics and lawns, except of the manufacture of Great Britain and France, and the French dominions in Europe, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and the British plantations.29 George III c.1
1789Duties, and tax on salariesFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors duties on wines therein mentioned, and cordage, and also a tax upon all salaries, profits of employment, fees and pensions therein mentioned.29 George III c.17
1789Duties on carriagesFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors certain duties upon carriages.29 George III c.15
1789Waste on commonsFor preventing the commission of waste on the several commons in this kingdom.29 George III c.30
1789First fruitsFor better enforcing the payment of the first fruits chargeable on the clergy.29 George III c.26
1789Sir John ParnellFor vesting the settled estate in the Queen's County, of the Right Honourable Sir John Parnell, in his second, third, fourth and fifth sons, in the same manner as if his eldest son John Parnell had been dead without issue male, and for providing a maintenance for the said John Parnell during his life.29 George III c.2 (private)
1789Road from Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, to AthloneFor better amending and repairing the road from Kinnegad to Athlone.Not Enacted
1789Regulating parliament electionsFor more effectually preventing occasional voters from voting at elections of members to serve in parliament.Not Enacted
1789Sligo Bay fisheryFor the improvement of the fishery in the bay of Sligo.Not Enacted
1789Dublin Society grantFor granting the sum of 5,000 to the Dublin Society for the purposes therein mentioned.29 George III c.36
1789Stamp dutiesFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors several duties therein mentioned to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.29 George III c.9
1789Richard JacksonFor confirming and establishing an agreement made between the trustees named in the last will of Richard Jackson, esquire, deceased, and the surviving devisees named in said will, and the heir at law, and widow of the said Richard Jackson, concerning the real and person estate of the said Richard Jackson, and for incorporating said trustees for the better execution of the charitable purposes appointed by the said will, and for other purposes.29 George III c.3 (private)
1789Robert, lord baron of Leitrim; Theophilus and Henry Clements; George MontgomeryTo enable the Right Honourable Robert, lord baron of Leitrim, the Right Honourable Theophilus Clements and Henry Clements, esquire, committees of George Montgomery of Ballyconnel in the county of Cavan, esquire, a lunatic, to make leases of the estate of the said lunatic.29 George III c.1 (private)
1789Stamp dutiesFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors several duties therein mentioned to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.29 George III c.21
1789Duties 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.29 George III c.20
1789Duties on maltFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors certain duties upon malt.29 George III c.19
1789Inland navigationFor the promotion and encouragement of inland navigation.29 George III c.33
1789Additional dutyFor granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors an additional duty on hides, beer and ale and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all cambrics, lawns and glass, except of the manufacture of Great Britain and France, and the French dominions in Europe, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and the British plantations.29 George III c.18
1789RevenueFor continuing and amending certain laws heretofore made concerning his majesty's revenue, and for the more effectually preventing of frauds therein.29 George III c.25
1789Port of DroghedaFor improving the port and harbour of Drogheda.Not Enacted
1789Continuing temporary statutesFor reviving and continuing certain temporary statutes.29 George III c.40
1789Church repairs and clerical residenceFor the better providing for the repairs of churches and the residence of the clergy.29 George III c.27
1789Water supply to cities and townsFor the better supplying the inhabitants of certain cities and towns with water.29 George III c.42
1789Commission of enquiry into schools and and charitiesTo continue for one year from 24th June next, and to the end of the then next session of parliament an act entitled an act to enable the lord lieutenant, or other chief governor or governors of this kingdom, to appoint commissioners for enquiring into the several funds or revenues granted by public or private donations for the purposes of education in this kingdom, and into the state and condition of all schools in this kingdom on public or charitable foundations, and of the funds appropriated for the maintenance and support thereof, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1789Road from Dublin to MalahideFor rendering more effectual several acts, one passed in the 26th year of his majesty's reign entitled an act for 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, and the other passed in the 28th year of his majesty's reign entitled an act for extending to the roads leading to Dublin through Raheny and Clontarf the provisions of an act passed in the 26th year of his majesty's reign entitled an act for 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.29 George III c.24
1789Freeholders' registrationTo continue an act entitled an act for the further amendment of the law relative to the registering of freeholders.29 George III c.29
1789Excluding pensioners and placemen from parliamentTo disable any person from being chosen a member of or sitting or voting in the house of commons, who has any pension during pleasure or for any number of years, or holds any office or place of profit created after a certain time under the crown, and to limit the amount of pensions.Not Enacted
1789Road from Dublin to Dunleer, Co. LouthFor amending the laws for improving and repairing the turnpike road from Dublin to Dunleer.29 George III c.23
1789Tithes commissionTo appoint commissioners for the purpose of enquiring into the state of tithes in the different provinces of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1789Tithe of flaxTo ascertain the tithe of flax.Not Enacted
1789Improvement of barren landFor the improvement of barren land.Not Enacted
1789Excluding placemen from parliamentTo disable any person who shall have, in his own name, or in the name of any person or persons in trust for him, or for his benefit, any office or place of profit whatsoever under the crown, created after a certain time, from being chosen a member of or from sitting and voting in the present or any future house of commons which shall be hereafter summoned.Not Enacted
1789Excluding revenue officers from parliamentFor the better securing the freedom of elections of members to serve in the present parliament by disabling certain officers employed in the collection or management of his majesty's revenue from giving their votes at such election.Not Enacted
1789Excluding revenue officers from parliamentFor better securing the freedom of elections of members to serve in parliament by disabling certain officers employed in the collection or management of his majesty's revenues from giving their votes at such elections.Not Enacted
1789Regulation of gaols, and increasing salary of inspector general of prisonsTo enforce the law in the several prisons within this kingdom and for increasing the salary of the inspector general of prisons.Not Enacted
1789Duties on spicesTo continue an act passed in the 23rd and 24th years of his present majesty entitled an act for regulating the import of cinnamon, cloves, mace and nutmegs, and for the better collecting the duties thereon.29 George III c.38
1789Mending of public roadsTo amend the laws now in force for amending and keeping in repair public roads.Not Enacted
1789MutinyFor punishing mutiny and desertion, and for the better payment of the army and their quarters within this kingdom.29 George III c.22
1789Regulating parliament electionsFor the better regulating the election of members to serve in parliament and for repealing the several statutes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1789Lough Neagh to Drumglass canalFor promoting the linen manufacture in the several counties bordering on Lough Neagh, by making a communication between the said lough and the collieries of Drumglass in the county of Tyrone.29 George III c.31
1789Maintenance 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.Not Enacted
1789Attornies, solicitors and proctors not to be justices of peaceTo incapacitate attornies, solicitors and proctors from acting as justices of the peace.Not Enacted
1789Harbour and town of WexfordFor the improvement of the town and harbour of Wexford, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1789Coastal fisheriesFor the encouragement of the fisheries on the coasts of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1789Grand CanalFor amending an act entitled an act for entitling certain persons to carry on and complete the Grand Canal.Not Enacted
1789Grand CanalFor amending an act entitled an act for enabling certain persons to carry on and complete the Grand Canal.29 George III c.39
1789Bishops' leasesTo enable archbishops, bishops, deans, and deans and chapters, and all other ecclesiastical persons to make leases for a longer time than they are now empowered to do.Not Enacted
1789MutinyFor punishing mutiny and desertion, and for the better payment of the army and their quarters within this kingdom.29 George III c.11
1789Thomas Bucknell LindseyFor vesting in trustees certain real and freehold lands, tenements and hereditaments situate in the county of Mayo and Roscommon, the estates of Thomas Bucknell Lindsey of Huntington in the county of Mayo, esquire, in order to be sold or mortgaged for the payment of debts, charges and encumbrances affecting same, and for other purposes.Not Enacted
1789Qualification of office holders under act to prevent further growth of poperyFor the relief of persons who have omitted to qualify themselves according to law.29 George III c.32