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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1798Preventing return of persons transported for rebellionTo prevent persons returning to this kingdom who have been or shall be transported on account of the present rebellion, and to hinder their going into the enemy's country.Not Enacted
1798Church buildingTo explain and amend an act passed in the 32nd year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act further promote the building of new churches.Not Enacted
1798Study of the lawsFor rendering the study of the laws more easy and more beneficial for the people of this realm.Not Enacted
1798Workhouse and foundling hospital, and house of industry, in DublinFor the better management of the workhouse and foundling hospital in Dublin, and to continue for a limited time the government and management of the house of industry for the relief of the poor in Dublin, under the present acting governors thereof.Not Enacted
1798Preservation of peace and parish watches in DublinTo amend and explain an act in the 35th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for more effectually preserving the peace within the city of Dublin and the district of the metropolis, and establishing a parochial watch in the said city, and also to amend and explain one other act passed in the 36th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act to explain and amend an act passed in the 35th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for more effectually preserving the peace within the city of Dublin and the district of the metropolis, and establishing a parochial watch in the said city.Not Enacted
1798Ballynacor, Co. Wicklow, barony divisionFor dividing the barony of Ballynacor in the county of Wicklow into two divisions for the purposes of the act of the 36th year of his present majesty's reign, for the better and more convenient administration of justice, and recovery of small debts in a summary way.Not Enacted
1798Administration of justiceFor further securing the impartial administration of justice.Not Enacted
1798House tax in DublinFor the better collection of the duties now payable on houses in the city and liberties of Dublin for the better support of the foundling hospital and workhouse, of a parochial watch, and for the paving, cleansing and lighting the streets of Dublin.Not Enacted
1798Constables, and process of lawFor the better regulating the appointment and office of constable, and for enforcing the process of the law.Not Enacted
1798ForgeryMore effectually to prevent frauds by forgeries in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1798Juries in DublinTo regulate the attendance of jurors at nisi prius in the city and county of Dublin.Not Enacted
1798Church buildingTo explain and amend an act passed in the 32nd year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act further promote the building of new churches.Not Enacted
1798TithesFor the more easy and effectual recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues of small value, and for comprising into one act the several laws now in force for the recovery of the same, where they do not amount to above the year value of 40s. from any one person, and for repealing all other laws for the recovery of the same.Not Enacted
1798Auctions in DublinTo regulate the sale of goods by auction in the city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1798Forgery of bankers' notesFor the more effectual preventing the forging of bank notes and bills of bankers within the kingdom of Ireland, and the circulation of forged notes and bills of bankers throughout the said kingdom.Not Enacted
1798Children born out of wedlockFor establishing certain regulations in respect to parents of children born out of wedlock.Not Enacted
1798Road from Dublin to MalahideFor granting certain tolls, rates and duties to be taken at the turnpikes on the roads leading over Ballybough and Annesley Bridges, in aid of barony presentments and in lieu of the tolls formerly payable at such turnpikes, and for amending the laws for making, widening and repairing the said roads, and for making perpetual the several acts of parliament relating thereto.Not Enacted
1798MilitiaTo consider the laws now in force for regulating the militia.Not Enacted
1798Nuisances from manufactures in DublinTo preserve the health and secure the properties of the inhabitants of the city of Dublin by preventing certain manufactures from being carried on therein which are dangerous and productive of nuisance.Not Enacted
1798Robert BoydTo enable his majesty to grant an annuity of 1,600 per annum to Robert Boyd, for his services as a judge.Not Enacted
1798AmnestyFor the king's most gracious, general and free pardon.38 George III c.55
1798Impositions in travellingTo prevent impositions in travelling throughout this kingdom.Not Enacted
1798Quit, crown and composition rentsFor sale of his majesty's quit rents, crown and other rents, and of the lands forfeited in the years 1641 and 1688, and other lands yet remaining undisposed of, in such manner, and under such provisions as are therein mentioned.38 George III c.72
1798Quo warrantosFor the amendment of the law in proceedings upon information in nature of quo warranto.38 George III c.2
1798MutinyFor punishing mutiny and desertion, and for the better payment of the army and their quarters within this kingdom.38 George III c.27
1798MilitiaFor defraying the charge of the pay and clothing of the militia for one year from the 25th day of March 1798.38 George III c.1
1798Road from Cork to boundary of Cos. Cork and Tipperary, near Kilworth mountainFor improving and repairing the turnpike road leading from the city of Cork to the brook, which bounds the counties of Cork and Tipperary, near the foot of Kilworth Mountain, and for repealing the several laws heretofore made relating to the said road.38 George III c.22
1798American tradeFor further continuing an act, entitled, an act for facilitating the trade and intercourse between this kingdom and the United States of America.38 George III c.13
1798Bounties for manufacturesFor regulating the payment of bounties on the exportation of certain manufactures of this kingdom.38 George III c.6
1798Duties on leatherFor granting to his majesty the duties therein mentioned upon hides and skins tanned, and on hides and skins dressed in oil, and upon vellum and parchment, and upon manufactures of leather.38 George III c.23
1798Duties 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.38 George III c.9
1798Roads from Cork to Killarney, and from Shanah-Mill to Killarney and to ListowelTo explain and amend an act, entitled, an act for repairing the road leading from the city of Cork through Millstreet to Shanah-Mill in the county of Kerry, and from Shanah-Mill to Killarney, as also from Shanah-Mill, through Castleisland, to Listowel in the said county, and for laying an additional toll at all turnpikes in this kingdom on all cars and carriages making use of any part of any sapling or trees, as for a bow or back band, or for making use of any saplings twisted into gads for back bands, halters, traces to draw by, or gads commonly called long gad. An also an act, entitled, an act to explain and amend an act, entitled, an act for repairing the roads leading from the city of Cork through Mill street, to Shannah Mill in the county of Kerry, and from Shannah Mill to Killaney, as also from Shannah Mill through castle island to Listowell, in said county, and for laying an additional toll at all turnpikes in this kingdom on all cars and carriages making use of any part of any sapling or trees, as for a bow or back band, or making use of any sapling twisted into gads for backbands, halters, traces to draw by, or gads, commonly called long gads.Not Enacted
1798Aliens and gunpowderFor 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 36th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act to prevent the importation of arms, gunpowder and ammunition into this kingdom, and the making and removing, selling and keeping of gunpowder, arms and ammunition without licence.38 George III c.16
1798Grand jury presentments for repair of public roadsTo repeal so much of 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, as relates to the accounting for public money in the county of Tyrone.38 George III c.3
1798Small debts or civil billsTo amend an act passed in the 36th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act for the better and more convenient administration of justice, and for the recovery of small debts in a summary way at the sessions of the peace of the several counties at large within this kingdom, except the county of Dublin, and for continuing and amending an act, entitled, an act for the better execution of the law, and preservation of the peace within counties at large.38 George III c.25
1798Habeas corpus suspensionFor continuing an act passed in the 37th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act to 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 persons and government.38 George III c.14
1798RiotsFor continuing an act passed in the 36th year of the his majesty's reign , entitled, an act more effectually to suppress insurrections, and to prevent the disturbance of the public peace, and also an act passed in the 37th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act to explain an act passed in the 36th year of the his majesty's reign, entitled, an act more effectually to suppress insurrections, and to prevent the disturbance of the public peace.38 George III c.21
1798Collection of dutiesTo secure the collection of the duties on auctions and glass bottles made in this kingdom, and on paper printed, painted or stained in this kingdom, to serve for hangings or other uses, and to prevent frauds therein.38 George III c.24
1798Road from Banbridge, Co. Down, to BelfastTo amend the mail coach road leading from Banbridge to Belfast.38 George III c.28
1798Stamp dutiesFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the several duties therein mentioned, to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.38 George III c.18
1798Liberty of press, and publication of libelsTo amend an act passed in the 23rd and 24th years of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act to secure the liberty of the press, by preventing the abuses arising from the publication of traitorous, seditious, false and slanderous libels by persons unknown.38 George III c.7
1798Duties on letters and packetsFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors for one year from 25 March 1798 certain duties and rates upon the portage and conveyance of all letters and packets within this kingdom.38 George III c.15
1798Government loanFor securing the payment of the annuities and of the interest of the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of such principal sums in such manner as therein 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 1798, and for other purposes.38 George III c.10
1798DutiesFor 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.38 George III c.5
1798Voluntary contributions for defence of kingdomTo enable his majesty to receive voluntary contributions of his subjects for the defence of this kingdom.38 George III c.17
1798MinesFor the better enabling certain persons to open and work mines, and to raise coal, culm, minerals and fossils within this kingdom, and for working and manufacturing the same.38 George III c.40
1798Parliament meeting on demise of crownTo shorten the time now required for giving notice of the royal intention of his majesty, his heirs and successors, that the parliament shall meet and be holden for the dispatch of business, and for more effectually to provide for the meeting of parliament, in the case of a demise of the crown.38 George III c.20
1798Salt importsTo permit the importation of salt into this kingdom in neutral vessels, for a time therein to be limited.38 George III c.4
1798Indemnity for persons acting for preservation of peaceFor indemnifying such persons as have acted since the third day of July, in 1797 for the preservation of the public peace, and suppression of the insurrections prevailing in some parts of this kingdom.38 George III c.19
1798Oyer and terminerTo empower the justices of oyer and terminer and general gaol delivery for the county of Dublin, and for the county of the city of Dublin, to continue to hold a session of oyer and terminer and gaol delivery, begun to be holden before the essoign day of term, notwithstanding the sitting of the court of king's bench in either of the said counties, and to enable the judges of assize and commissioners of Oyer and Terminer to order persons in execution to attend before them as witnesses.38 George III c.26
1798Duties on coffeeTo continue an act passed in the 37th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for regulating the import, export and sale of coffee, and securing the duties payable thereon.38 George III c.12
1798Seduction of his majesty's forcesTo continue an act passed in the 37th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for 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, or to incite them to mutiny or disobedience.38 George III c.8
1798Duties on maltTo continue an act passed in the 37th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for collecting and securing his majesty's revenue on malt.38 George III c.11
1798Road from Dublin to Knocksedan, Co. DublinFor amending the road from Dublin to Knocksedan, in the county of Dublin.38 George III c.31
1798Princess of WirtemburghTo amend an act passed in the last session of parliament, entitled, an act to enable his majesty to grant a certain pension to the princess royal, upon her intended marriage with the hereditary prince of Wirtemburgh.38 George III c.30
1798House of industry in DublinTo continue for a limited time the government and management of the house of industry, for the relief of the poor in Dublin, under the present acting governors thereof.38 George III c.34
1798William, duke of LeinsterFor raising a sufficient sum of money for discharging the debts and encumbrances affecting the settled estates of William, duke of Leinster, and to enable the said duke to make out a more effectual title to a purchaser or purchasers, mortgagee or mortgagees of such lands as shall be sold or mortgaged for the purposes aforesaid.38 George III c.1 (private)
1798Proctors' bills of costsFor the better ascertaining the amount, and securing the payment of the bills of costs of proctors, employed in carrying on and defending suits and transacting business in the high court of admiralty, in his majesty's court of prerogative, in the court of delegates, and in all ecclesiastical courts within the kingdom of Ireland.38 George III c.39
1798Duties on paperTo secure the collection of the duties on paper made in Ireland, and to prevent frauds therein.38 George III c.29
1798Road from Dublin to MalahideFor granting certain tolls, rates and duties to be taken at the turnpikes on the roads leading over Ballybough and Annesley Bridges, in aid of barony presentments, and in lieu of the tolls formerly payable at such turnpikes, and for amending the laws for making, widening and repairing the said roads, and for making perpetual the several acts of parliament relating thereto.38 George III c.41
1798Post travellingTo regulate post travelling throughout this kingdom.Not Enacted
1798Excluding placemen from parliamentFor amending an act passed in the 33rd year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for securing the freedom and independence of the house of commons, by excluding therefrom persons holding any office under the crown, to be hereafter created, or holding certain offices therein enumerated, or pensions for terms of years, or during his majesty's pleasure.38 George III c.36
1798Government loanFor raising by loan, as a supply to his majesty the sum therein mentioned, for the purposes therein mentioned.38 George III c.34
1798Quartering of foreign troopsTo make provision for quartering such foreign troops as his majesty may think proper to employ in this kingdom for the defence thereof.38 George III c.37
1798Workhouse and foundling hospital in DublinFor the better management of the workhouse and foundling hospital in Dublin.38 George III c.35
1798Collection of dutiesTo regulate the collection of the duties on male servants, and to secure the payment thereof, and for the better collection of the duties on fire hearths, and on coaches and other carriages.38 George III c.45
1798Sugar drawbacks, bounties and pricesFor the reduction of drawbacks on bounties now allowed on the exportation of sugar, and to prevent the excessive price of refined sugar in this kingdom.38 George III c.42
1798Marriage settlement of William Mullins and Frances SageTo bar the limitations of the settlement executed on the marriage of William Townsend Mullins, esquire, with Frances Elizabeth Sage, in consequence of the dissolution of the said marriage.38 George III c.2 (private)
1798Government loanFor raising by loan a sum not exceeding 200,080, in part of the sum of 2,366,746.13.4, authorized to be raised by loan, towards raising the supply granted to his majesty for the service of the year 1798.38 George III c.33
1798Qualification of voters in parliament electionsFor better enforcing the execution of the acts made for the trials of controverted elections of members to serve in parliament, by disqualifying certain persons who have endeavoured to obstruct the due execution thereof, from voting at any election hereafter.38 George III c.61
1798Post officeFor the further amendment of the acts relating to the post office, and for further facilitating prosecutions under the said acts.38 George III c.47
1798Oyer and terminerTo enable commissioners of oyer and terminer and gaol delivery in and for the county and county of the city of Dublin, to commence, hold and continue their sessions during term.38 George III c.38
1798Forfeited recognizances, and finesFor the better collections of sums arising from forfeited recognizances, and from fines imposed at assizes, commissions of oyer and terminer and general gaol delivery, and sessions of the peace, and for the future application of the same.38 George III c.50
1798Linen and hempTo amend the laws for promoting the linen and hempen manufactures.38 George III c.44
1798Defence of the realmTo enable his majesty more effectually to provide for the defence and security of the realm during the present war, and for indemnifying persons who may suffer in their property by such measures as may be necessary for that purpose.Not Enacted
1798Desertion by seamen from merchant shipsFor preventing the desertion of seamen from Irish merchant ships trading to his majesty's colonies and plantations in the West Indies.38 George III c.48
1798Annuity for Robert BoydTo enable his majesty to grant an annuity of 1,600 per annum to Robert Boyd, for his services as a judge.38 George III c.66
1798Dublin 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.38 George III c.43
1798Sesssions of peace in Co. DublinTo enable the chief governor of this kingdom, to appoint one of his majesty's counsel learned in the law to be chairman of the sessions of the peace in the county of Dublin, during good behaviour.38 George III c.65
1798Prince of Mecklenburgh StrelitzTo enable his majesty to grant an annuity for the life of his serene highness the prince of Mecklenburgh Strelitz, nephew to the queen.38 George III c.69
1798Christ Church and King's InnsTo enable the dean and chapter of Christ Church, Dublin, and other persons therein to be named, to grant certain grounds in the city of Dublin to the Society of King's Inns, Dublin.38 George III c.49
1798Royal CanalFor the better regulation of the Royal Canal company.38 George III c.54
1798British militia in IrelandFor the government of the militia of Great Britain serving in this kingdom during their continuance therein.38 George III c.46
1798DistillersTo regulate the trade of rectifying spirits, and to prevent frauds on his majesty's revenue by rectifiers of spirits.38 George III c.52
1798DistillersFor regulating the trade of a distiller, and for securing the duties payable upon homemade spirits.38 George III c.51
1798Property of persons transportedTo remove doubts respecting the property in the service of persons transported from this kingdom.38 George III c.59
1798Forgery of bankers' notesFor the more effectually preventing the forging of the bank notes and bills of the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland, and the circulation of forged notes and bills of the said Governor and Company.38 George III c.53
1798Roads from Dublin to Kilcullen Bridge, Co. Kildare, and from Naas, Co. Kildare, to Limerick, and from Kilworth mountain to CorkTo explain and reduce into one act the several laws for making, improving and repairing the turnpike road leading from the city of Dublin to Kilcullenbridge in the county of Kildare, and to the 21 mile stone westward of the said bridge, and for prolonging the duration of the act for repairing the road for Naas to Limerick, and for the further improvement of the road from Kilworth Mountain to the city of Cork.38 George III c.83
1798Quieting corporationsFor quieting corporations.38 George III c.60
1798MilitiaTo further explain and amend the laws now in force relating to the militia of this kingdom.38 George III c.62
1798Government loanTo enable the commissioners of the treasury in Ireland to receive from the commissioners of the treasury in England the sum therein mentioned as a loan, in part of the supply granted to his majesty, and for securing the interest and charges thereon, and on a sum of 1,500,000, British currency, therein mentioned.38 George III c.58
1798Edward Fitzgerald, called Lord Edward Fitzgerald; Cornelius Grogan; Beauchamp Bagnal HarveyFor the attainder of Edward Fitzgerald, commonly called Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Cornelius Grogan, and Beauchamp Bagnal Harvey, deceased, of high treason.38 George III c.77
1798Preventing return of persons transported for rebellion (Banishment act)To prevent persons from returning to his majesty's dominions who have been or shall be transported, banished or exiled on account of the present rebellion, and to prohibit them from passing into any country at war with his majesty.38 George III c.78
1798RevenueFor continuing and amending an act made in the 37th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for 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.38 George III c.75
1798Adam, Viscount DuncanFor settling and securing a certain annuity on Adam, Lord Viscount Duncan, and the two next persons to whom the title of Viscount Duncan shall descend, in consideration of the eminent service performed by the said Adam, Viscount Duncan, to his majesty and the public.38 George III c.70
1798John, Earl StVincentFor settling and securing a certain annuity on John, Earl StVincent, and the two next persons to whom the title of Earl StVincent shall descend, in consideration of the eminent service performed by the said John Earl StVincent to his majesty and the public.38 George III c.71
1798Compelling surrender of rebels, on pain of attainderTo compel certain persons who have been engaged in the late rebellion which hath broken out in this kingdom to surrender themselves, and abide their trials respectively, within a limited time, on pain of being attainted of high treason.38 George III c.80
1798Indemnity for persons acting for preservation of peaceFor indemnifying such persons as have acted since the first day of November, 1797, for the preservation of the public peace and suppression of insurrections prevailing in some parts of this kingdom.38 George III c.74
1798Tobacco trade, and dutiesTo continue an act passed in the 37th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for regulating and extending the tobacco trade, and for securing the duties payable on the import and manufacture of tobacco.38 George III c.63
1798Export and importTo continue an act passed in the 37th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act to regulate the export, import and sale of certain articles therein mentioned.38 George III c.67
1798QualificationFor the relief of persons who have omitted to qualify themselves according to law.38 George III c.76
1798RiotsFor amending an act passed in the 36th year of the reign of his majesty, entitled, an act more effectually to suppress insurrections, and to prevent the disturbance of the public peace.38 George III c.82
1798Benefit of clergyTo amend an act passed in the 36th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act to make conspiracy to murder felony without benefit of clergy.38 George III c.57
1798Wide streets in Dublin, and coal trade in DublinTo grant certain duties on coals imported into the harbour of Dublin, in lieu of certain other duties now payable thereon, to the commissioners for making wide and convenient streets in Dublin, and for enabling the said commissioners more effectually to execute the trusts reposed in them, and for other purposes.Not Enacted
1798Suffering loyalistsFor appointing commissioners to enquire into the losses of such of his majesty's loyal subjects as have been sufferers in their property during the subsisting rebellion in this kingdom.38 George III c.68
1798Printing of commons journalsFor authorizing the payment of the sums therein mentioned, granted for defraying the expense of reprinting the journals of the house of commons, and making indexes thereto.38 George III c.81
1798Workhouse and foundling hospital in DublinTo authorise the issuing and payment of the sum of 5,000, granted as a further supply for the foundling hospital and workhouse in the city of Dublin.38 George III c.64
1798Grand Canal and Royal CanalTo authorize the issuing of treasury bills to the amount therein mentioned to the company of the Grand Canal, to carry on a navigation to the River Shannon, and to authorize 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.38 George III c.79
1798Licences for sale of ale and spiritsFor continuing and amending an act passed in the last session of parliament, entitled, an act for regulating the issuing of licences for the sale of wine, ale and spirituous liquors by retail, and for preventing the immoderate use of spirituous liquors, and for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors the duties therein mentioned.38 George III c.73
1798Public accountsFor the better regulation and examination of the public accounts.38 George III c.56
1798Nuisances from manufactures in DublinTo preserve the health and secure the properties of the inhabitants of the city of Dublin, by preventing certain manufactures from being carried on therein, which are dangerous and productive of nuisance.Not Enacted