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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1793Inland fisheriesFor the further protection and improvement of the inland fisheries of this kingdom, and for continuing an act passed in the 17th and 18th years of his present majesty entitled an act for the better preservation of fish in rivers, lakes and inland waters, and also another 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.Not Enacted
1793FisheriesFor the encouragement of fisheries in this kingdom, and for continuing certain acts respecting the same.33 George III c.50
1793Admission of freemen into corporationsFor giving relief in proceedings upon writs of mandamus for the admission of freemen into corporations.33 George III c.38
1793Marshalsea of Four CourtsFor the better regulation of the marshalsea of the Four Courts in Dublin.33 George III c.35
1793Arms and gunpowderTo prevent the importation of arms and gunpowder into this kingdom, and the removing and keeping of gunpowder without licence.33 George III c.2
1793Port and River Liffey in DublinFor amending an act entitled an act for 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.33 George III c.54
1793Harbour and town of Wexford, and bridgeFor the improvement of the town and harbour of Wexford, and for the building a bridge over the River Slaney at said town, and for other purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1793Indemnity for persons executing proclamationFor indemnifying such persons as have acted for the service of the public in advising or carrying into execution two proclamations of the lord lieutenant and council of this kingdom, bearing date the 26th day of December 1792, and for establishing certain bonds therein mentioned.33 George III c.3
1793Justices of the peace, and indemnity of constablesFor rendering justices of the peace more safe in the execution of their office, and for indemnifying constables and others acting in obedience to their warrants.Not Enacted
1793Improvement of barren landTo encourage the improvement of barren land.33 George III c.25
1793Bishops' leasesTo enable archbishops, bishops, deans, and deans and chapters, and other ecclesiastical persons, to grant leases for a further term of years or lives.Not Enacted
1793Juries in cases of libelsTo remove doubts respecting the functions of juries in cases of libels.33 George III c.43
1793Government loanTo enable his excellency the lord lieutenant to issue treasury bills for raising the sum of 300,000.33 George III c.39
1793Lottery insuranceTo prevent insurance of lottery tickets, to regulate the drawing of lotteries and to amend the laws respecting the same.33 George III c.18
1793Calico printing tradeFor the better regulating the calico printing trade of this kingdom by preventing the seduction of journeymen from their employers, and guarding journeymen from the vexatious refusal of their masters to give regular discharges.Not Enacted
1793Calico printing tradeFor the better regulating the calico printing trade of this kingdom by preventing the seduction of journeymen from their employers, and guarding journeymen from the vexatious refusal of their masters to give regular discharges.Not Enacted
1793Linen grantFor granting the sum of 4,000 to the trustees of the linen and hempen manufactures, and for other purposes.33 George III c.12
1793Oil of vitriol monopoly for Turner CamacFor vesting in Turner Camac, esquire, his executors, administrators and assigns the sole use and property of making oil of vitriol or vitriolic acid from materials the produce of this kingdom, of his invention, to be hereafter described, for a limited time.Not Enacted
1793MilitiaFor amending and reducing into one act of parliament the laws relating to the militia in Ireland.33 George III c.22
1793MilitiaFor defraying the charge of the pay and clothing of the militia for one year from 25th March 1793, and for the more easily raising the same.33 George III c.33
1793Militia men's familiesTo provide for the families of persons chosen by lot to serve in the militia of this kingdom.33 George III c.28
1793Conspiracy to commit murderTo prevent the horrid crime of conspiring to commit murder.Not Enacted
1793MutinyFor punishing mutiny and desertion, and for the better payment of the army and their quarters within this kingdom.33 George III c.16
1793Newry navigationFor confirming, amending and enlarging the powers vested in the corporation for promoting and carrying on the Newry navigation.33 George III c.10
1793River Shannon navigation from Killaloe to the collieries in Co. LeitrimTo enable certain persons to carry on and complete the navigation of the River Shannon, from the deep water above Killaloe in the county of Clare, to the collieries at or near Lough Allen in the county of Leitrim.Not Enacted
1793Marine forces regulationFor the regulation of his majesty's marine forces while on shore.33 George III c.55
1793Encouragement of seamen in Royal NavyFor the 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.33 George III c.23
1793QualificationFor the relief of persons who have omitted to take the oaths prescribed by an act of the 13th and 14th of GeorgeIII, or whose taking of the same has been omitted to be duly enrolled and recorded.Not Enacted
1793Roman Catholic relief (Hobarts act)For the relief of his majesty's Roman Catholic subjects of Ireland.33 George III c.21
1793Parish of St George, DublinFor making and continuing a new parish, by the name of the parish of St George, on the ground adjoining the city of Dublin therein described, and for erecting and building a parish church therein.33 George III c.53
1793Qualification of members of parliamentFor securing the freedom of parliament by ascertaining the qualification of members to sit in the house of commons.Not Enacted
1793Representation of the people in parliamentFor amending and improving the state of the representation of the people in parliament.Not Enacted
1793Excluding 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
1793Excluding 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
1793Excluding placemen from parliamentFor securing the freedom and independence of the house of commons, by excluding therefrom persons holding any offices under the crown to be hereafter created, or holding certain offices therein to be enumerated, or pensions for terms of years, or during his majesty's pleasure.33 George III c.41
1793Police in DublinFor the better preservation of the peace, and establishing and regulating a nightly watch in the district of the metropolis, and for discontinuing from a certain time therein mentioned the duties, powers and salaries of the commissioners of police, divisional justices of the peace, and other persons therein also mentioned.Not Enacted
1793Presentments, 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, and the liberties thereunto adjoining.Not Enacted
1793Presentments in DublinRespecting the collection of public money to be levied in the county of the city of Dublin by presentment.33 George III c.56
1793Dissolving marriage of Viscount Belmore and Viscountess BelmoreTo dissolve the marriage of Armar Lowry, Lord Viscount Belmore, with Henrietta, Lady Viscountess Belmore, his now wife, and to enable him to marry again.33 George III c.1 (private)
1793Encouragement of agricultureTo explain and amend an act made in the 25th year of his majesty's reign entitled an act to explain and amend several laws now in force for the encouragement of agriculture.Not Enacted
1793Aliens and foreign serviceFor establishing regulations respecting aliens arriving in this kingdom or resident therein in certain cases, and subjects of this kingdom who have served or are serving in foreign armies.33 George III c.1
1793American tradeFor further continuing an act entitled an act for facilitating the trade and intercourse between this kingdom and the United States of America.33 George III c.7
1793Vexatious arrestsTo prevent frivolous and vexatious arrests, and for regulating the mode of putting in bail to arrests made on mesne process.Not Enacted
1793Baking trade in DublinFor the relief of persons carrying on the baking trade in Dublin.33 George III c.24
1793Bankers' notesTo explain and amend an act made in the 33rd year of the reign of his late majesty King GeorgeII entitled an act for repealing an act passed in this kingdom in the 8th year of the reign of King GeorgeI entitled an act for the better securing the payment of bankers' notes, and for providing a more effectual remedy for the security and payment of debts due by bankers.Not Enacted
1793King's InnsTo repeal so much of an act passed in the last session of parliament entitled an act for confirming the powers of the Society of King's Inns, Dublin and to repeal an act entitled an act to regulate the admission of barristers-at-law, as confirms a charter granted to the said society.33 George III c.44
1793Botany gardenFor directing the application of certain sums of money granted for providing and maintaining a botany garden, and for the appointment of trustees for that purposes.Not Enacted
1793Bounties for manufacturesFor regulating the payment of bounties on the exportation of certain manufactures of this kingdom.33 George III c.8
1793Public expenditure on public buildingsFor the better regulation of that branch of the public expenditure which relates to the erection and repair of public buildings.Not Enacted
1793Butter trade in DublinTo regulate the butter trade in the city of Dublin, and in the county of said city [sic], and in the liberties thereunto adjoining.Not Enacted
1793Pious and charitable usesFor granting the several sums therein mentioned for pious and charitable uses.33 George III c.9
1793Charitable Musical SocietyFor better promoting the benefits intended by an act passed in the 17th and 18th years [sic] of his present majesty entitled an act for incorporating the Charitable Musical Society for lending out money interest free to indigent tradesmen.Not Enacted
1793Civil billsTo extend the operation of the civil bill acts.Not Enacted
1793Civil listFor the support of the honour and dignity of his majesty's crown in Ireland, and for granting to his majesty a civil list establishment under certain provisions and regulations.33 George III c.34
1793Coal trade in CorkFor the further regulating the price at which coals shall be purchased for the supply of the public coal yards in the city of Cork and sold out of the same.33 George III c.47
1793Coal trade in DublinFor preventing the excessive high price coals in the city of Dublin and to encourage the storage of coals therein.33 George III c.40
1793Constables, and criminal processTo amend an act passed in the 32nd year of his present majesty entitled an act for regulating the office of constable, and for the better enforcing the process of the criminal law in certain parts of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1793Commercial creditFor the advancement of trade and manufactures by granting the sums therein mentioned for the support of commercial credit.33 George III c.52
1793Insolvent debtorsFor the relief of insolvent debtors in regard to the imprisonment of their persons, and for the more effectually enforcing the payments of the debts due by them.Not Enacted
1793Insolvent debtorsFor the relief of insolvent debtors in regard to the imprisonment of their persons, and for the more effectually enforcing the payments of the debts due by them.33 George III c.42
1793Relief of Protestant DissentersTo explain an act passed in the 19th and 20th years of his present majesty entitled an act for 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 as far as the same relates to the Protestant Dissenters.Not Enacted
1793Dublin Society grantFor granting the sum of 5,000 to the Dublin Society for the purposes therein mentioned.33 George III c.13
1793East India tradeFor regulating the trade of Ireland to and from the East Indies, under certain conditions and provisions for a time therein mentioned.33 George III c.31
1793Excluding revenue officers from parliamentTo secure the freedom of elections of members to serve in parliament by disabling certain officers employed in the collection or management of his majesty's revenue from giving their votes at such elections.Not Enacted
1793Regulating parliament electionsTo regulate the election of members to serve in parliament.Not Enacted
1793Vesting forfeited estates in crownFor revesting in his majesty the estates forfeited in the rebellion of 1688, yet remaining unsold.33 George III c.49
1793Anna Eliza, duchess dowager of Chandos; Lady Anna Eliza Brydges; James Brownlow, George Despard, Caleb Carden and William CardenTo carry into effect an agreement entered into between the most noble Anna Eliza, duchess dowager of Chandos, and the Right Honourable Lady Anna Eliza Brydges, and James Stephens Brownlow, George Despard, Caleb Carden and William Carden, esquires, concerning the manor and estate of Villers in the barony of Upper Ossory in the Queen's County, and for other purposes.33 George III c.3 (private)
1793John Dawson Coates, Elizabeth Duckett, Anna HutchinsonTo enable John Dawson Coates of the city of Dublin, esquire, and his daughters Elizabeth Duckett and Anna Hutchinson, to make leases under certain restrictions of certain estates and lands situate in the counties of Dublin and Meath and county of the city of Dublin, and comprised in and settled by a certain settlement made the 8th day of October in the year 1791.33 George III c.5 (private)
1793George Cockburne and John HusseyTo confirm and establish an agreement of compromise between George Cockburne and John Hussey, esquires, touching the lordships, manors, towns and lands of Rathkenny, Drominstown, otherwise Drumstown, Milltown and Clogher, with their and every of their appurtenances, and also the towns and lands of Galtrim, Boyestown, Rathgowney, other wise Rathgownly, Gallstown, Kenraghstown, Baltrasna, Lennanstown, otherwise Lynanstown, Hanyestown, Ryanhunt, otherwise Raheenhunt and Cowaghstown, with their and every of their appurtenances, and to extinguish the claim of George Cockburne, and all other persons whatsoever in or to the said lands, claiming by, from or under George Cockburne, late of the city of Dublin, esquire, deceased.33 George III c.2 (private)
1793Dissolving marriage of Mathias Finucane and Anne O'BrienTo dissolve the marriage of Mathias Finucane, esquire, with Anne Finucane, otherwise O'Brien, his now wife, and to enable him to marry again, and for other purposes therein mentioned.33 George III c.6 (private)
1793Edmond MaloneFor vesting certain parts of the estates of Edmond Malone of Ballynahown in the county of Westmeath, esquire, in trustees for the payment of debts, and for other purposes.33 George III c.4 (private)
1793Richard Morgan, John GodleyFor confirming and establishing certain articles of agreement made between the trustees named and appointed by the last will and testament of Richard Morgan, late of Newcastle in the county of Dublin, esquire, deceased, and John Godley of the city of Dublin, esquire, the nephew and heir at law of the said Richard Morgan, concerning the real and personal estates whereof the said Richard Morgan died seised and possessed, and for other purposes.33 George III c.27
1793John Tuthill; Elizabeth Tuthill, otherwise JacksonFor vesting certain lands, tenements and hereditaments in the county of Limerick and county of the city of Limerick, part of the settled estate of John Tuthill of the city of Limerick, esquire, in trustees, in order by sale or mortgage of a competent part thereof to raise and pay the sum of 6,000 the portions of the younger children of the said John Tuthill by Elizabeth Tuthill, otherwise Jackson, his wife, and also the sum of 1,333 6s. 8d., part of the portion of Anne Minnitt, otherwise Tuthill, sister of the said John Tuthill, and that such part of said lands and premises as shall remain unsold for the purposes aforesaid may be and remain to the said John Tuthill, his heirs and assigns, in lieu and satisfaction of a sum of 5,500 due to the said John Tuthill, and which said sums of 6,000, 1,333 6s. 8d., and 5,500 are charges affecting the settled estate of the said John Tuthill.33 George III c.8 (private)
1793Responsibility 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
1793Duties, 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 the treaty of commerce and navigation signed at Versailles on the 26th day of September 1786 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.33 George III c.4
1793RevenueFor continuing and amending the several laws relating to his majesty's revenue, and for more effectually preventing frauds therein.33 George III c.37
1793Duties on fire hearthsGiving to his majesty for one year the duties therein mentioned on fire hearths in lieu of all duties payable on the same prior to or during the said term.33 George III c.14
1793Licences for sale of spiritsFor continuing the duties granted to his majesty on licences for the retail of spirituous liquors, and for continuing the regulations for issuing such licences, and for remedying the abuses which have arisen from the immoderate use of such liquors.33 George III c.36
1793Duties 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.33 George III c.17
1793Stamp dutiesFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors several duties therein mentioned to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.33 George III c.15
1793Sugar drawbacks and bountiesFor regulating the allowance of the drawback and payment of the bounty on the exportation of sugar.33 George III c.6
1793Tobacco tradeFor regulating and extending the tobacco trade.33 George III c.11
1793Unlawful assemblies (Convention act)To prevent the election or appointment of unlawful assemblies, under pretence of preparing or presenting public petitions or other addresses to his majesty or the parliament.33 George III c.29
1793Preservation of public roads by encouragement of wagonsFor the better preservation of public roads, by the encouragement of wagons travelling on the same.Not Enacted
1793Preservation of public roads by encouragement of wagonsFor the better regulation of public roads, by the encouragement of wagons, and regulation of carriages travelling the same.Not Enacted
1793Mending of post roadsTo amend and explain an act passed in the 32nd year of his present majesty's reign entitled an act for improving and keeping in repair the post roads of this kingdom.33 George III c.45
1793Road from Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, to Kilkenny CityFor repairing the road leading from the town of Castlecomer in the county of Kilkenny to the city of Kilkenny.33 George III c.19
1793Road from Dublin to MalahideFor further amending the several laws for making, widening and repairing the road from Dublin to Malahide, and the other roads leading to Dublin over Ballybough Bridge, and for enabling the trustees for the said purposes to borrow a further sum to complete a new communication eastward of Ballybough Bridge.33 George III c.26
1793Road from Naas, Co. Kildare, to O'Brien's Bridge, Co. ClareTo explain and reduce into one act the several laws for making, repairing and amending the turnpike roads leading from the town of Naas to the towns of Maryborough and Ballyroan, from the said town of Maryborough to the city of Limerick and from the town of Nenagh to O'Brien's Bridge.33 George III c.32
1793Road from Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, to Roscrea, Co. TipperaryFor making a new line of turnpike road from Nenagh to Roscrea.Not Enacted
1793Road from Roscrea, Co. Tipperary, to Limerick, and road from Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, to O'Brien's Bridge, Co. ClareTo explain and amend the several laws now in being for making, repairing or amending the turnpike roads leading from the town of Roscrea to the city of Limerick, and for explaining and amending the several laws now in being that relate to turnpike road from Nenagh to O'Brien's Bridge, and for making a good and more perfect line of road to Limerick.Not Enacted
1793Road from Newcastle, Co. Limerick, to CorkFor continuing and amending the several acts for making, widening and repairing the road leading from the town of Newcastle in the county of Limerick to the city of Limerick, and from thence to the bounds of the counties of Limerick and Cork, between the towns of Kilmallock and Charleville, and to continue an act passed in the 28th year of his present majesty entitled an act to continue and amend an act passed in the 5th year of his late majesty's entitled an act for repairing the road leading from the town of Newcastle in the county of Limerick, and from thence to the city of Cork.33 George III c.20
1793Continuing temporary statutes, and fees of Roman Catholics taking oathsFor reviving and continuing certain temporary statutes, and for ascertaining the fees payable by Roman Catholics upon taking the oaths.Not Enacted
1793Sacramental testTo remove some doubts respecting persons taking the sacramental test.33 George III c.51
1793Trusts for forfeited impropriations and tithesTo explain and amend an act passed in the last session of parliament entitled an act to 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 situate.33 George III c.48
1793Preventing traitorous correspondence with king's enemiesMore effectually to prevent, during the present war between Great Britain and France, all traitorous correspondence with, or aid or assistance being given to his majesty's enemies.33 George III c.30
1793Trials for treason committed out of the king's dominionsFor the trial of treasons committed out of the king's dominions.33 George III c.46
1793Regulation of weights and measures, and assize of bread in Co. DublinFor regulating weights and measures, and assize of bread in the county of Dublin.Not Enacted
1793Public roadsFor explaining and amending an act, passed in the 13th and 14th years of his majesty King George III, entitled an act for amending the public roads.Not Enacted
1793Henry, earl of ShelburneFor settling to certain uses a part of the real estate devised and directed to be purchased by the will of Henry, earl of Shelburne, deceased, freed from certain uses declared thereof by his will, and by an act of parliament of Great Britain, entitled, an act for vesting part of the real estate devised and directed to be purchased by the will of Henry earl of Shelburne in the kingdom of Ireland and in Token House Yard London, in trustees, to be sold or mortgaged, and for laying out the money arising by such sale or mortgage thereof, in the purchase of manors, lands or hereditaments in England, to be settled to the uses of his said will, and for enabling the persons therein mentioned to grant such leases as are therein expressed.33 George III c.7 (private)
1793Government 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.33 George III c.5