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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1796BAmerican tradeFor further continuing an act, entitled, an act for facilitating the trade and intercourse between this kingdom and the United States of America.37 George III c.15
1796BSeduction of his majesty's forcesTo prevent attempts to seduce his majesty's forces from their duty.Not Enacted
1796BSeduction of his majesty's forcesFor the better prevention and punishment of attempts to seduce persons serving in his majesty's forces by sea or land, from their duty and allegiance to his majesty, or to incite them to mutiny or disobedience.37 George III c.40
1796BBankers' notesFor the relief of bankers who have or shall stop payment, or who have or shall conform to the directions of the act of parliament, of the 33 of George II, called the Bankers' Act.Not Enacted
1796BBankruptsFor the relief of uncertified bankrupts.37 George III c.25
1796BPayments in cash by the BankFor confirming and continuing for a limited time, the restrictions contained in the minute of council of the second day of March, 1797, on payments in cash by the Bank.37 George III c.51
1796BForgeryTo prevent the forging of notes and bills of the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland, and to prevent the obtaining of false credit, and the committing of frauds by the imitation of notes or bills of the said Governor and Company.37 George III c.26
1796BConversion of government debenturesTo enable the proprietors of debentures issued by government to convert them into stock transferable at the Bank of Ireland.Not Enacted
1796BConversion of government debenturesTo enable the proprietors of debentures issued by government, to convert them into stock transferable at the Bank of Ireland.37 George III c.54
1796BBank of IrelandFor further extending the provisions of an act passed in the 21st and 22nd years of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for establishing a bank, by the name of the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland of the Bank of Ireland, and for exempting the governors and directors of the Bank for serving on juries.Not Enacted
1796BBank of IrelandFor further extending the provisions of an act passed in the 21st and 22nd years of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for establishing a bank by the name of the governor and company of the Bank of Ireland.37 George III c.50
1796BBounties for manufacturesFor regulating the payment of bounties on the exportation of certain manufactures of this kingdom.37 George III c.5
1796BBuilding regulation in DublinFor the better regulation of buildings and party walls, and for the more effectually preventing the fatal effects of fire within the city of Dublin, the liberties and precincts thereof, and all places within the same, and for regulating the business of measuring buildings within the said limits.Not Enacted
1796BHackneys in DublinFor amending and reducing into one act of parliament the laws relating to hackney and other carriages plying in the city of Dublin, its suburbs and liberties, and within seven miles thereof.37 George III c.58
1796BChalkersMore effectually to prevent malicious cutting and wounding, disabling and disfiguring his Majesty's subjects, and to repeal and act passed in the 13th and 14th years of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act to prevent malicious cutting and wounding, and to punish offenders, called chalkers, and to repeal an act passed in the 17th and 18th years of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for continuing and amending an act passed in the 14th year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act to prevent malicious cutting and wounding.Not Enacted
1796BFoundling hospitals and county infirmariesFor the better regulation of the foundling hospital of the city of Dublin, and for establishing a foundling hospital in every county in this kingdom, and for the further regulation of county infirmaries.Not Enacted
1796BHouse of industry in DublinFor the better governing and managing the house of industry for the relief of the poor in Dublin.37 George III c.34
1796BImmorality, vice and children born out of wedlockTo restrain immorality and vice, and for establishing certain regulations in respect to parents of children born out of wedlock.Not Enacted
1796BChapels of ease, and clerical residenceFor amending an act passed in this kingdom in the 11th and 12th years of his present majesty, entitled, an act for erecting parochial chapels of ease in parishes of large extent, and making such chapels and those that are already erected perpetual cures, and for making a proper provision for the maintenance of perpetual curates to officiate in the same, and also in like manner for making appropriate parishes perpetual cures.37 George III c.37
1796BCoal trade in DublinTo regulate the coal trade of the city and county of Dublin, and to prevent impositions and practices therein injurious to the citizens of Dublin and its vicinity, and to remove those restrictions of which the masters of the vessels in that trade complain.Not Enacted
1796BConstables, and criminal processTo amend and extend an act passed in the 32nd year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for the better enforcing the criminal law in certain parts of this Kingdom.Not Enacted
1796BConstables, and criminal processTo amend and extend an act passed in the 32nd year of his present majesty, entitled, an act for regulating the office of constable, and for better enforcing the process of the criminal law in certain parts of this Kingdom.Not Enacted
1796BAdvancement of agriculture, corn supply for Dublin, corn exportsFor the further advancement of agriculture, and a steady supply of corn for the city of Dublin, by extending the export bounties on corn and flour to the said city, and discounting all inland, canal and coast bounties thereto.37 George III c.24
1796BReduction of national debtFor vesting a certain fund in commissioners at the end of every quarter of a year, to be by them applied to the reduction of the national debt, and to direct the application of additional funds in case of future loans to the like purpose.37 George III c.27
1796BInsolvent debtorsFor the relief of insolvent debtors in regard to the imprisonment of their persons.Not Enacted
1796BInsolvent debtorsFor the relief of confined debtors who may be insolvent.37 George III c.48
1796BFugitives and debtorsFor the relief of fugitives and debtors surrendering their persons and assigning all their property, in certain cases and under certain conditions.Not Enacted
1796BMaintenance of prisoners for debtFor the relief and maintenance of insolvent persons detained in prison.37 George III c.49
1796BDistillersFor regulating the trade of a distiller, and for securing the duties payable upon homemade spirits.37 George III c.16
1796BDublin Society grantFor directing the application of the sum of 5, 500 granted by parliament to the Dublin Society, for the improvement of husbandry and other useful arts.37 George III c.41
1796BRegulating parliament electionsTo explain and amend the laws respecting the election of members to serve in parliament.Not Enacted
1796BRegulating parliament electionsFor the further regulation of the election of members to serve in parliament.37 George III c.47
1796BGame lawsTo amend the game laws.37 George III c.21
1796BHabeas corpus suspensionTo empower the Lord Lieutenant or other chief governor or governors of Ireland to apprehend and detain such persons as he or they shall suspect for conspiring against his majesty's person and government.37 George III c.1
1796BPort of DroghedaTo amend an act passed in the 30th year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the improvement of the port and harbour of Drogheda, and the better regulation of the police of said town.37 George III c.56
1796BIndemnity for persons acting for preservation of peaceFor indemnifying such persons as have acted since the 1st day of January, 1797, for the preservation of the public peace, and suppression of the insurrections prevailing in some parts of this kingdom.37 George III c.39
1796BGovernment loanFor securing the payment of the annuities and 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 granting to his majesty a certain sum of money out of the consolidated fund, and for applying a certain sum of money therein mentioned, for the service of the year 1797, and for other purposes.37 George III c.4
1796BGovernment loanFor raising by loan the several sums therein mentioned, towards the supply granted to his majesty for the service of the year 1797, and for securing the payment of the interest thereof, and for enabling the commissioners of the treasury of Ireland, to receive from the commissioners of the treasury in England, the sums therein mentioned towards the said loan, and for securing an interest for the same, and to provide for the discharge of the said sum.37 George III c.32
1796BLinen and hempFor the further regulation of the linen and hempen manufactures.37 George III c.61
1796BMilitiaTo explain and amend the laws now in force relating to the militia of this kingdom.37 George III c.19
1796BMilitiaFor defraying the charge of the pay and clothing of the militia for one year from the 25th day of March, 1797.37 George III c.7
1796BMilitiaFor making allowances in certain cases to subaltern officers of the militia in time of peace.37 George III c.20
1796BGold mine in Co. WicklowTo enable the lords commissioners of his majesty's treasury to conduct the working of a gold mine in the county of Wicklow, and for securing the profits thereof.37 George III c.17
1796BMutinyFor punishing mutiny and desertion, and for the better payment of the army and their quarters within this kingdom.37 George III c.13
1796BInland navigationTo amend an act, entitled an act to for the further improving and carrying on of inland navigations not being in the whole or any part private property, and for regulating the mode of building bridges on highways where the same are intersected by any canal.Not Enacted
1796BGrand Canal, and wide streets commissionersTo authorise the issuing of treasury bills to the amount therein mentioned, to the company of the Grand Canal, to carry on a navigation to the Shannon, and to authorise the issuing of debentures to the amount therein mentioned, to enable the company of the Royal Canal to proceed in carrying on the said canal, and for granting to the commissioners for making wide and convenient street in Dublin the sums therein mentioned for the purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1796BGrand Canal, and wide streets commissionersTo authorise the treasury bills to the amount therein mentioned, to the company of the Grand Canal, to carry on a navigation to the Shannon, and to authorise the issuing of debentures to the amount therein mentioned, to enable the company of the Royal Canal to proceed in carrying on the said canal, and for granting to the commissioners for making wide and convenient street in Dublin the sum therein mentioned for the purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1796BGrand Canal and Royal CanalTo authorise the treasury bills to the amount therein mentioned, to the company of the Grand Canal, to carry on a navigation to the Shannon, and to authorise the issuing of debentures to the amount therein mentioned, to enable the company of the Royal Canal to proceed in carrying on the said canal.Not Enacted
1796BParish estatesFor the preservation of estates belonging to parishes.37 George III c.44
1796BPaving, lighting and cleansing in Dublin, and bridge at IslandbridgeTo amend and continue an act passed in the 30th year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act to extend the powers of the corporation for paving, cleansing and lighting the streets of Dublin, and to enable the corporation to build a bridge across the Anna Liffey at Islandbridge, and to enable the corporation to borrow certain sum of money for the purposes therein mentioned.37 George III c.22
1796BPresentments in DublinTo extend to presentments exceeding 200 to be expended on mail coach roads, the regulations of an act passed in the 35th year of the king, entitled, an act for the regulation of presentments, for the purpose of levying money to be expended in erecting court-houses, gaols and other expensive buildings.37 George III c.23
1796BThomas Walker, John French, Bartholomew BasterotTo make good and valid in law a certain conveyance of lands, tenements and hereditaments in the county of Galway, executed by Thomas Walker, esquire, committee of John James Martin Francis French, an insane, to Bartholomew Basterot the purchaser thereof, under a decree of the court of chancery in Ireland.[37 George III no. 3 (private)]
1796BJohn Dennis; James, Baron TractonTo enable John Dennis, of the city of Dublin, esquire, barrister-at-law, now in possession, and after his decease the other persons next in remainder, under the will of the late James, lord baron Tracton, deceased, when they shall respectively be in possession, to make a lease or leases for lives renewable for ever, or for as long a tern as the said James, lord baron Tracton, in his lifetime could or might have made of part of the lands or Newton in the county of Dublin, containing by estimation 23 acres.[37 George III no. 2 (private)]
1796BSarah Hamilton, Reverend William HamiltonTo enable his majesty to grant an annuity to certain trustees therein named, in trust for Sarah Hamilton, widow of the Reverend Doctor William Hamilton, deceased, and for the children of the said Sarah by the said William Hamilton.37 George III c.62
1796BAlice Knipe, Reverend George KnipeTo enable his majesty to grant an annuity to certain trustees therein named, in trust for Alice Knipe, widow of the Reverend George Knipe, deceased, and for the children of the said George Knipe, namely, John, George, Frances and Anne.37 George III c.63
1796BPrincess of WirtemburghTo enable his majesty to grant a certain pension to the Princess Royal, upon her intended marriage with the hereditary prince of Wirtemburgh.37 George III c.60
1796BDissolving marriage of earl of Westmeath and countess of WestmeathTo dissolve the marriage of George Frederick, earl of Westmeath, with Ann, countess of Westmeath, his now wife, and to enable him to marry again.[37 George III no. 1 (private)]
1796BQualificationFor the relief of persons who have omitted to qualify themselves according to law.37 George III c.57
1796BDutiesFor 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 regulating the trade between this kingdom and his majesty's colonies, and for other purposes therein mentioned.37 George III c.3
1796BRevenueFor better regulating the collection of his majesty's revenue, and for preventing of frauds therein, and for repealing an act made in the 36th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for continuing and amending the several laws relating to his majesty's revenue, and further preventing frauds therein, and the several acts and statutes which are mentioned in the said act, and continued thereby.Not Enacted
1796BRevenueFor better regulating the collection of his majesty's revenue, and for preventing of frauds therein, and for repealing an act made in the 36th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for continuing and amending the several laws relating to his majesty's revenue, and further preventing frauds therein, and the several acts and statutes which are mentioned in the said act, and continued thereby.37 George III c.30
1796BDutiesFor granting to his majesty a duty on auctions, on certain manufactures of glass, and on paper hangings, and for granting further duties on the importation of corks, glauber salts, sal-ammoniac, and paper hangings, and a further duty of licences to keep malt houses, and for securing the duties granted on hides and skins tanned with shumack and dressed in oil, and for granting certain sums out of the surplus of the consolidated fund, for salaries to the professors of Italian, French, German, and Spanish languages in Trinity College, Dublin, and for granting certain duties and additional duties to be levied by the commissioners of the stamp duties.Not Enacted
1796BAdditional dutyFor granting to his majesty a duty on auctions, on certain manufactures of glass and on paper hangings, and for granting further duties on the importation of corks, glauber salts and paper hangings, and a further duty on licences to keep malt houses, and for securing the duties granted on hides and skins tanned with shumack and dressed in oil, and for granting certain sums out of the surplus of the consolidated fund, for salaries to the professors of Italian, French, German, and Spanish languages in Trinity College, Dublin, and for granting certain duties and additional duties to be levied by the commissioners of stamp duties.37 George III c.28
1796BDuties on coffeeFor regulating the import, export, and sale of coffee, and for securing the duties payable thereupon.37 George III c.52
1796BDuties on fire hearthsFor granting to his majesty for one year the duties therein mentioned on fire hearths, in lieu of all duties payable on the same during the said term.37 George III c.9
1796BDuties on leatherFor granting to his majesty the duties therein mentioned upon hides and skins and manufactures of leather.37 George III c.8
1796BLicences for sale of ale and spiritsFor regulating the issuing of licences for the sale of wine, ale, beer, cider and spirituous liquors by retail, and for preventing the immoderate use of spirituous liquors.37 George III c.45
1796BDuties on maltFor collecting and securing his majesty's revenue upon malt.37 George III c.33
1796BDuties 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.37 George III c.11
1796BDistillersTo regulate the trade of rectifying of spirits, and to subject distillers to certain regulations therein mentioned.37 George III c.46
1796BStamp dutiesFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors, several duties therein mentioned to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.37 George III c.12
1796BStamp dutiesFor the relief of persons who have omitted or may omit, inadvertently to pay certain stamp duties herein mentioned, on deeds or other instruments, and for ascertaining the duty payable on hats imported into this kingdom.37 George III c.43
1796BSugar drawbacks and bountiesFor the reduction of drawbacks and bounties now allowed on the exportation of sugar.37 George III c.6
1796BTobacco trade, and dutiesFor regulating and extending the tobacco trade, and for securing the duties payable upon the import and manufacture of tobacco.37 George III c.42
1796BRiotsTo repeal an act passed in the 36th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act more effectually to suppress insurrections, and to prevent the disturbance of the public peace.Not Enacted
1796BRiotsTo explain an act passed in the 36th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act more effectually to suppress insurrections, and to prevent the disturbance of the public peace.37 George III c.38
1796BPreservation of roads and bridges, and preservation of the peaceFor enabling justices of the peace and conservators and overseers of highways, to enforce the provisions of the laws of preservation of roads and bridges, and for giving further assistance to magistrates for the preservation of the peace.Not Enacted
1796BGrand jury presentments for repair of public roadsTo amend an act passed in the 36th year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the amendment of public roads, for directing the powers of grand juries respecting presentments, and for repealing several laws heretofore made for those purposes, with respect to roads through bogs.37 George III c.35
1796BRoad from Dublin to Kilcullen Bridge, Co. KildareTo amend an act passed in the 27th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act for improving and repairing the turnpike road leading from the city of Dublin to Kilcullen-bridge in the county of Kildare, and to the 21 mile stone, westward of the said road37 George III c.55
1796BRoad from Dublin to Ratoath, and road from Dublin to CurraghaFor improving and repairing the roads from the city of Dublin to Ratoath and Curragha, and for altering and amending an act passed in the 35th year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for making, widening and repairing the road leading from the city of Dublin to Ratoath, and for erecting turnpikes thereon in aid of barony presentments.37 George III c.29
1796BSalt salesTo prevent exactions upon the sale of salt.37 George III c.18
1796BGalway sheriffsFor the relief of the sheriffs of the county of the town of Galway, and to enable officers of the exchequer to examine the accounts of the late tellers of the exchequer, and to make certain allowances therein.Not Enacted
1796BWide streets in DublinFor granting to the commissioners for making wide and convenient streets in Dublin, the sums therein mentioned for the purposes therein mentioned.37 George III c.59
1796BTrespass by cattle, and fencesTo prevent the vexatious impounding of cattle for trespass or damage feasant, and for the more effectual preserving of meares and fences.37 George III c.36
1796BFrauds in sale of goods by weight or measureFor preventing frauds in the sale of goods and merchandises sold by weight or measure.Not Enacted
1796BLawFor amending the law in certain particulars therein contained.Not Enacted
1796BGeorge MontgomeryFor the more effectual and beneficial raising of certain sums of money, decreed by the high court of chancery, to be raised out of the real estates of the counties of Cavan and Fermanagh, of George Montgomery, esquire, a lunatic.Not Enacted
1796BFoundlingsFor the better care of foundlings and other deserted children in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1796BSecurity of importsFor the more secure importation during a limited time, of the several goods and materials of manufacture therein mentioned.37 George III c.31
1796BSinking fundTo establish a sinking fund, to insert a clause or clauses therein, authorising the Bank of Ireland to keep transfer books, in which all persons holding debentures for loans may, upon giving up such debentures to be cancelled, have the principal sums secured thereby turned into capital stock to be transferable at the bank, and to make the interest of such capital stock payable at the said bank.Not Enacted
1796BExport and importTo regulate the export, import and sale of certain articles therein mentioned.37 George III c.53
1796BVolunteer corpsFor encouraging and disciplining such corps of men as shall voluntarily enrol themselves under officers to be commissioned by his majesty, for the defence of this kingdom during the present war.37 George III c.2
1796BEncouragement of agriculture by partition of common fieldsFor the further encouragement of agriculture by enabling persons interested in common fields to obtain partitions thereof.Not Enacted
1796BStealing of dogsTo explain and amend an act, entitled an act to prevent the stealing of dogs.Not Enacted
1796BVolunteer corpsFor encouraging and disciplining such corps of men as shall voluntarily enrol themselves under officers to be commissioned by his majesty, for the defence of this kingdom during the present war.Not Enacted
1796BArmagh compensationTo enable certain inhabitants of the county of Armagh, who have been injured in their person or properties, to recover compensation for such injuries by presentment, notwithstanding the time by law prescribed for applying for such presentments be lapsed.37 George III c.10
1796BSugar pricesTo prevent the excessive price of refined sugar in this kingdom.37 George III c.14
1796BLaw agentsTo regulate the conduct of law and other agents.Not Enacted
1796BAliens and foreign serviceFor continuing an act passed in the 33rd year of his majesty's reign entitled an act for 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 and for continuing another act passed in the same year entitled an act to prevent the importation of arms, gunpowder and ammunition into this kingdom, and the making, removing, selling and keeping of gunpowder, arms and ammunition without licence, and for amending the said last mentioned actNot Enacted