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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1792Aliens' mortgagesTo enable aliens, born out of the allegiance of his majesty, his heirs and successors, to take lands, tenements and hereditaments in this kingdom by way of mortgage, subject to certain restrictions.32 George III c.32
1792American tradeFor further continuing an act, entitled, an act for facilitating the trade and intercourse between this kingdom and the United States of America.32 George III c.3
1792Baking tradeFor regulating the baking trade.Not Enacted
1792BankruptsFor the further amendment of the laws enacted in this kingdom concerning bankrupts.Not Enacted
1792Kings InnsFor confirming the powers of the Society of Kings Inns, Dublin, and to repeal an act, entitled, an act to regulate the admission of barristers-at-law.32 George III c.18
1792Bounties for manufacturesFor regulating the payment of bounties on the exportation of certain manufactures of this kingdom.32 George III c.5
1792Pious and charitable purposesFor granting the several sums therein mentioned for certain pious and charitable purposes.32 George III c.6
1792Church buildingFurther to promote the building of new churches.32 George III c.28
1792Coal trade in DublinTo prevent the excessive price of coals in the city of Dublin, and for other purposes.Not Enacted
1792Combinations of journeymen, artificers and labourersFor the more effectual and better prevention of unlawful combination of journeymen, artificers and labourers, as also for the more effectual and better prevention of apprentices departing from their service before the expiration of their time.Not Enacted
1792Constables, and criminal processFor regulating the office of constable and for better enforcing the criminal process of law.Not Enacted
1792Constables, and criminal processFor regulating the office of constable, and for better enforcing the process of criminal law in certain parts of this kingdom.32 George III c.16
1792Corn tradeFor the increase of agriculture and commerce, by establishing a reciprocal preference in the corn trade between this kingdom and Great Britain.32 George III c.20
1792County courtsFor abridging the jurisdiction of the county courts.Not Enacted
1792Recovery of small debts in manor courtsTo amend an act, entitled, an act for the more speedy and easy recovery of small debts in the manor courts within this kingdom.Not Enacted
1792Royal Canal docksFor enabling the Royal Canal Company to make docks on the north side of the River Liffey under certain conditions.32 George III c.26
1792Dublin Society grantFor granting the sum of 5,000 to the Dublin Society for the purposes therein mentioned.32 George III c.14
1792Regulating parliament electionsFor regulating the election of members to serve in parliament, and for repealing the several laws therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1792Whale fisheryFor reviving an act passed in the 17th and 18th years of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for the further encouragement of the whale fisheries carried on from Ireland.Not Enacted
1792Coastal fisheriesFor the further encouragement of the fisheries on the coasts of this kingdom.32 George III c.23
1792GlebesTo explain and amend an act made in this kingdom in the 8th year of King George I, entitled, an act for supplying a defect in an act passed in the 2nd year of the reign of her late majesty Queen Anne, entitled, an act for the exchange of glebes belonging to the churches in this kingdom.32 George III c.34
1792Port and River Liffey in DublinFor repairing and preserving the walls of the River Anna Liffey in the city of Dublin, and for amending an act passed in the 26th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for promoting the trade of Dublin by rendering its port and harbour more commodious.32 George III c.35
1792Christ Church mensal landsTo enable the dean of the cathedral church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity in Dublin to demise part of his mensal lands.32 George III c.1 (private)
1792Government loanFor securing the payment of the annuities and of the interest upon the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of such principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for enabling the officers of his majesty's treasury to receive certain sums for a limited time in manner therein mentioned, and for other purposes.32 George III c.2
1792Lottery insuranceTo amend the laws for the sale and insurance of lottery tickets.32 George III c.11
1792Linen grantFor granting the sum of 4,000 to the trustees of the linen and hempen manufactures, and for other purposes.32 George III c.4
1792Malt tradeFor ascertaining the manner in which malt shall be sold.Not Enacted
1792Malt tradeFor ascertaining the manner in which malt shall be sold.Not Enacted
1792Mines, Arklow harbour, and canal to Meetings Bridge and Kilkenny collieriesFor the better enabling certain persons to open and work mines, and to raise coal, culm, minerals and fossils in this kingdom, and to open and improve the harbour of Arklow in the county of Wicklow, and to form a canal from the said harbour of Arklow to Meetings-Bridge, and to extend the same towards the Kilkenny collieries.Not Enacted
1792Mines, Arklow harbour, and canal to Meetings Bridge and Kilkenny collieriesFor the better enabling certain persons to open and work mines, and to raise coal, culm, minerals and fossils in this kingdom, and to open and improve the harbour of Arklow in the county of Wicklow, and to form a canal from the said harbour of Arklow to the Meetings Bridge, and to extend the same towards the Kilkenny collieries and the Glenmalur mines.32 George III c.24
1792MortmainTo empower his majesty to grant licences to alien lands in mortmain.32 George III c.31
1792MutinyFor punishing mutiny and desertion, and for the better payment of the army and their quarters within this kingdom.32 George III c.9
1792Inland navigationTo explain and amend certain laws relative to inland navigations of this kingdom.32 George III c.15
1792Lough Erne NavigationTo explain and amend an act passed in the 29th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the promotion and encouragement of inland navigation, so far only as respects the navigation from Belturbet by Lough Erne to the sea, and to constitute certain persons therein named a corporation for the purpose of carrying on and completing said navigation.32 George III c.13
1792Encouragement of seamen in Royal NavyFor encouragement of seamen and marines employed in the Royal Navy, by rendering it more easy to petty officers and seamen, non-commissioned officers of marines, and marines, to remit their wages to this kingdom, and by providing for the payment in this kingdom of wages due to deceased officers, seamen and marines.Not Enacted
1792Relief for those professing the Popish religion (Sir Hercules Langrishes act)To remove certain restraints and disabilities therein mentioned, to which his majesty's subjects professing the Popish religion are now subject.32 George III c.21
1792Roman Catholic indemnityTo indemnify such of his majesty's subjects professing the Popish religion, as have omitted to take and subscribe the oath and declaration mentioned in an act and declaration passed in the 13th and 14th years of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act to enable his majesty's subjects of whatever persuasion to testify their allegiance to him, and to enable such persons to take and subscribe such oath and declaration at any time before the 1st of November next.32 George III c.22
1792Excluding pensioners from parliamentTo disable any person from being chosen a member of, or from sitting or voting in the house of commons who has any pension during pleasure, or for any number of years under the crown, and to limit the amount of pensions.Not Enacted
1792Relief of creditors of Robert BrookeFor the relief of the creditors of Robert Brooke, late of Prosperous in the county of Kildare, esquire.32 George III c.41
1792QualificationFor the relief of persons who have omitted to qualify themselves according to law.32 George III c.33
1792Forfeited recognizances, and John Howard KyanTo explain and amend and render more effectual an act, passed in the 27th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the better collection of his majesty's revenue arising from forfeited recognizances, as also an act passed in the 29th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act to amend an act passed in the 27th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the better collection of his majesty's revenue arising from forfeited recognizances, and to extend the provisions thereof, and for enlarging the time for John Howard Kyan, esquire, to account pursuant to his recognizance.32 George III c.25
1792State paper or record officeTo enable the lord lieutenant or other chief governor or governors of this kingdom to appoint commissioners to examine and enquire into the state and condition of the public records, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1792Responsibility of servants of the crownFor effectually securing a responsibility in the servants of the crown in the different departments of the executive government of Ireland to the parliament thereof.Not Enacted
1792Duties, and treaty of commerce and navigation with FranceFor granting for one year the several duties therein mentioned, in lieu of all other duties payable upon the articles therein specified, during the said term, and for continuing the effect of a treaty of commerce and navigation between his majesty and the Most Christian King, and for regulating the trade between this kingdom and his majesty's colonies, and for other purposes therein mentioned.32 George III c.1
1792RevenueFor continuing and amending the several laws relating to his majesty's revenue, and for more effectually preventing frauds therein.32 George III c.17
1792Licences for sale of spiritsFor continuing and amending an act, entitled, an act for regulating the issuing of licences for the sale of spirituous liquors by retail, and for remedying the abuses which have arisen from the immoderate use of such liquors.32 George III c.19
1792Duties on letters and packetsFor 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.32 George III c.10
1792Stamp dutiesFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors several duties therein mentioned to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.Not Enacted
1792Stamp dutiesFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors, several duties therein mentioned, to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.32 George III c.8
1792Tobacco tradeFor regulating and extending the tobacco trade.32 George III c.7
1792Mending of post roadsFor improving and keeping in repair the post roads of this kingdom upon which mail coaches are or shall be established.32 George III c.30
1792Road from Kilkenny to ClogheenTo explain and amend the several laws for repairing and amending the turnpike road leading from Kilkenny to Clogheen.32 George III c.39
1792Road from Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, to AthloneTo amend an act, made in the 30th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act for improving and repairing the turnpike road leading from Kinnegad to Athlone.Not Enacted
1792Road from Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, to AthloneTo amend an act, made in the 30th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act for improving and repairing the turnpike road leading from Kinnegad to Athlone.32 George III c.36
1792Road from Dublin to MalahideFor enabling the trustees for making, widening and repairing the road from Dublin to Malahide, and the other roads leading to Dublin over Ballybough Bridge, pursuant to several acts of parliament, more effectually to carry the said acts into execution.32 George III c.37
1792Road from Maryborough, Queen's Co., to Toomyvara, Co. TipperaryTo amend an act, entitled, an act for repairing the road leading from the town of Maryborough in the Queen's County through the towns of Mountrath, Castletown and Borris-in-Ossory in the same county, and from thence through the town of Roscrea in the county of Tipperary, and through the town of Dunkerrin in the King's County, to the town of Toomyvara in the said county of Tipperary.32 George III c.38
1792Stage coachesFor limiting the number of persons to be carried on the outside of stage coaches, or other such carriages, and for regulating the conduct of the drivers and guards thereof, and also for the better prevention of accidents and injuries to carriages or travellers on the public roads in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1792Continuing temporary statutesFor reviving and continuing certain temporary statutes.32 George III c.40
1792Trusts for forfeited impropriations and tithesTo explain the trusts for which certain rectories impropriate and tithes forfeited by reason of the rebellion in this kingdom in the year 1688, were conveyed to certain trustees nominated by the several bishops, in whose dioceses such rectories impropriate and tithes are situated.32 George III c.12
1792TollsTo prevent abuses in the collection of tolls.32 George III c.29
1792Punishment by hard labour of offenders to be transportedFor the employing at hard labour persons sentenced to be transported.32 George III c.27
1792Excluding 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 or voting in the present or any future house of commons which shall be hereafter summoned.Not Enacted
1792East India tradeTo repeal all such acts of parliament as forbid or prevent the importation of articles the growth, produce or manufacture of countries lying beyond the Cape of Good Hope from their place of growth, produce or manufacture.Not Enacted
1792Butter trade, and weighmaster in CorkTo repeal so much of an act of the 31st of his present majesty entitled an act for continuing and amending of the laws in relation to butter and tallow, and for other purposes, as relates to the appointment of a weighmaster or weighmasters of the city of Cork.Not Enacted