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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1799Public accountsFor appointing and enabling commissioners to examine, take and state the public accounts of this kingdom, and to report the balances in the hands of collectors, receivers or accountants which may be applied forthwith to the public service, and what defects there are in the present mode of receiving, collecting, issuing and accounting for public money, and in what more expeditious, effectual, and less expensive manner the said service can in future be regulated and carried on for the benefit of the public accounts in future.Not Enacted
1799DistillersFor regulating the trade of a distiller, and for securing the duties payable upon homemade spirits.Not Enacted
1799Export 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.Not Enacted
1799Duties 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 upon malt.Not Enacted
1799Indemnity for persons suppressing late rebellionTo indemnify all sheriffs, magistrates, general officers and all other persons from all actions brought or to be brought against them for any act done in suppressing the late rebellion.Not Enacted
1799Disqualifying rebels from election to parliament or as officers in corporationsTo disable all persons concerned, abetting, aiding and assisting in the late rebellion in this kingdom from at elections for members of parliament or for officers in corporations.Not Enacted
1799Insolvent debtorsTo explain and amend an act made in the 37th year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the relief and maintenance of insolvent debtors detained in prison.Not Enacted
1799Continuing temporary statutesFor continuing certain temporary statutes.Not Enacted
1799Coastal fisheriesFor continuing an act, entitled, an act for continuing and amending the several acts for the further improvement and extension of the fisheries on the coasts of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1799Malt taxTo continue an act passed in the 37th year of his majesty's reign for collecting and securing his majesty's revenue upon malt.Not Enacted
1799Limerick gaolsTo amend act to build a new gaol in the county and the county of the city of Limerick.Not Enacted
1799ForgeryFor the more effectually preventing the crime of forgery of bills of exchange and promissory notes, or any acceptance or endorsement thereof, or of any acquittance or receipt for money or goods, and for preventing the forgery of the promissory notes of the governor and company of Bank of England, commonly called bank notes, and the bills of exchange of the said governor and company, called bank post bills.Not Enacted
1799Dissolving marriage of Charles Annesley and Sarah CarterTo dissolve the marriage of Charles Annesley, esquire, with Sarah Annesley, otherwise Carter, his now wife, and to enable him to marry again, and for purposes therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1799Education of the lower ordersFor the improvement of the education of the lower orders of the people in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1799Quit, crown and composition rentsTo amend an act passed in the 38th year of the reign of his majesty, entitled, an act for the sale of his majesty's quit rents, crown rents 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.39 George III c.33
1799RevenueFor continuing and amending several laws relating to his majesty's revenue, and for the more effectually preventing the frauds therein.39 George III c.66
1799Additional dutyFor granting additional duties on beer, ale and spirits imported into this kingdom.39 George III c.23
1799Duties 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.39 George III c.21
1799DistillersTo continue an act passed in the 38th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act to regulate the trade of rectifying spirits, and to prevent frauds on his majesty's revenue by rectifiers of spirits.39 George III c.58
1799Tobacco 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.39 George III c.22
1799Church repairsFor the repairing of cathedral churches in cases where the parish churches have long been in ruins.39 George III c.19
1799QualificationFor the relief of persons who have omitted to qualify themselves according to law.39 George III c.18
1799Small debts or civil billsFor the further amendment of 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.39 George III c.16
1799Collection of dutiesTo continue an act made in the 38th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act to regulate the collection of 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.39 George III c.20
1799DutiesFor 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.39 George III c.8
1799Quieting corporationsTo extend the provisions of an act passed in the last session of parliament, entitled, an act for quieting corporations.39 George III c.28
1799TithesTo enable all ecclesiastical persons and bodies, rectors, vicars and curates and impropriators, and those deriving by, from, or under them, to receive a just compensation for the tithes withheld from them in the years 1797 and 1798, against such persons as were liable to the same.39 George III c.14
1799Roman Catholic seminaryTo authorise the issuing and payment of the sum of 6,616.4.2 for defraying the charge of the full establishment of the Roman Catholic seminary for one year to 25 March 1800.Not Enacted
1799Quit, crown and composition rentsTo amend an act passed in the last session of parliament, entitled, an act for 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.Not Enacted
1799Preventing return of persons transported for rebellionTo explain, amend and extend the provisions of an act passed last session of parliament, entitled, an 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.39 George III c.36
1799RiotsTo amend an act, entitled, an act to prevent and punish tumultuous risings of persons within this kingdom, and for other purposes therein mentioned so far as the same respects presentments for damages.Not Enacted
1799Roads in Co. DublinTo amend an act made in the 26th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for making, widening and repairing public roads in the county of Dublin, and for repealing parts of several acts formerly made for that purpose.Not Enacted
1799New lives in leases of loyalists killed in rebellionTo empower persons under settlement, or minors by their guardians, to insert new lives in the leases of loyalists, in the room and stead of such as have fallen in the rebellion, which commenced the 23rd day of May last, under certain restrictions.Not Enacted
1799Suppression of rebellionFor the suppression of the rebellion which still unhappily exists within this kingdom.39 George III c.11
1799RegencyTo provide for the administration of the government of Ireland whensoever and as often as the government of Great Britain shall be administered by a regent or regency.Not Enacted
1799MilitiaFor defraying the charge of the pay and clothing of the militia for one year, from the 25th day of March 1799.39 George III c.1
1799MutinyFor punishing mutiny and desertion, and for the better payment of the army and their quarters within this kingdom.39 George III c.6
1799Waterford infirmaryFor extending to the county of Waterford the different laws passed in this kingdom for erecting, establishing and regulating of public infirmaries or hospitals.39 George III c.17
1799Bounties for manufacturesFor regulating the payment of bounties on the exportation of certain manufactures of this kingdom.39 George III c.2
1799Bills of exchange and promissory notesTo restrain the negotiation of promissory notes and other inland bills of exchange under a limited sum.39 George III c.48
1799Duties 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.39 George III c.12
1799Duties 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.39 George III c.10
1799American tradeFor further continuing an act, entitled, an act for facilitating the trade and intercourse between this kingdom and the United States of America.39 George III c.13
1799Idrone barony divisionFor the division of the barony of Idrone in the county of Carlow.39 George III c.9
1799Government 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 1799, and for other purposes.39 George III c.7
1799Barracks, and army marchesTo explain and amend the several acts now in being for the empowering the commissioners of barracks to provide barracks and other accommodations for his majesty's troops within this kingdom, and for the better enabling them to proceed in their marches.39 George III c.26
1799Aliens 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 majesty's reign, entitled, an act to prevent the importation of arms, gunpowder and ammunition into this kingdom, and making and removing, selling and keeping of gunpowder, arms and ammunition without licence, and also for continuing several statutes therein recited, for more effectually suppressing insurrections, and preventing the disturbance of the public peace.39 George III c.4
1799DistillersTo amend and continue an act passed last session of parliament, for regulating the trade of a distiller, and for securing the duties payable upon homemade spirits.39 George III c.41
1799Stamp 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.39 George III c.5
1799Regulation of gaols, and sessions of the peaceTo amend, explain and extend an act, entitled, an act for enforcing the due execution of the laws now in being, and for the better regulating the public gaols and prisons in this kingdom, and providing necessary accommodations for persons confined therein, and for the more effectual administration of justice at sessions, and by justices of the peace in cities and counties of cities within this kingdom.Not Enacted
1799StockbrokersFor better regulation of stockbrokers.Not Enacted
1799Duties on windowsFor granting to his majesty certain rates and duties on dwelling houses inhabited, according to the number of windows or lights therein respectively.39 George III c.15
1799Preservation of peace and parish watches in DublinTo 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, 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, and for remedying the abuses committed by pawnbrokers within the district of the metropolis or three miles thereof.39 George III c.56
1799Stamp duty indemnityFor the relief of persons who have omitted or may omit inadvertently to pay certain stamp duties therein mentioned, on deeds of other instruments.39 George III c.44
1799BankruptsFor the relief of uncertificated bankrupts.39 George III c.57
1799ForgeryFor the more effectually preventing the crime of forgery of bills of exchange and promissory notes, or any acceptance or endorsement thereof, or of any acquittance or receipt for money or goods, and for preventing the forgery of the promissory notes of the governor and company of bank of England, commonly called bank notes, and the bills of exchange of the said governor and company, called bank post bills.39 George III c.63
1799Militia men's familiesTo amend an act passed in the 35th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for the more effectual support of the families of militia men.39 George III c.49
1799Royal Irish AcademyFor better enabling the Royal Irish Academy to recover annual subscriptions to the said Academy.Not Enacted
1799Judges of assizeTo repeal an act passed in the parliament of England in the 8th year of RichardII, and of force in this kingdom by the statute law thereof.Not Enacted
1799Duty on goat skinsFor granting to his majesty the duty therein mentioned on goat skins exported.39 George III c.43
1799Suffering loyalistsFor the more effectually carrying into execution the purposes of an act passed last session of parliament, for appointing commissioners to enquire into losses of such of his majesty's loyal subjects as have been sufferers in their property during the subsisting rebellion in this kingdom, and for providing a fund for rewarding in manner therein, persons who have rendered service by discovery of traitors.39 George III c.65
1799Road from Dublin to Ratoath, and road from Dublin to CurraghaFor amending an act passed in the 37th year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for improving and repairing the roads leading 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, 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.39 George III c.46
1799Indemnity for persons suppressing insurrectionTo explain and amend an act, entitled, an act for indemnifying such persons as have acted since the 5th day of November 1797 for the preservation of the public peace, and suppression of insurrection prevailing in some parts of this kingdom, and to enable sheriffs and other officers to make the returns therein specified.39 George III c.50
1799Government loanFor raising the several sums therein mentioned, for the purposes therein mentioned, and for authorising the issue of so much thereof as hath been granted to defray the expense of the regular and militia forces on the establishment of Great Britain employed in this kingdom, and for defraying the expense of defeating any enterprise or design of the common enemy.39 George III c.64
1799Sugar drawbacks and bountiesFor regulating the allowance of the drawback and payment of the bounty on the exportation of sugar.39 George III c.54
1799Road from Cork to boundary of Cos. Cork and Tipperary, near Kilworth mountainTo explain and amend an act passed in the 38th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for 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.39 George III c.52
1799Inland fisheriesTo revive and amend an act passed in the 26th year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act to explain and amend an 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.39 George III c.51
1799Wide streets in DublinTo grant certain duties therein mentioned to his majesty, to be applied to the purpose of making wide and convenient ways, streets and passages in the city of Dublin, and for enabling the commissioners therein mentioned, more effectually to execute the trust reposed in them.39 George III c.53
1799Frauds in tanning leatherTo revive and continue the several laws relating to the curing of hides and regulating the sale of hides and calf skins, and preventing frauds in the selling thereof, and for preventing frauds in the weighing and delivering of bark imported into this kingdom.39 George III c.61
1799StockbrokersFor the better regulation of stockbrokers.39 George III c.60
1799Building new gaolsTo promote the building of new gaols.39 George III c.55
1799ForgeryFor the more effectually preventing the crime of forgery of bills of exchange and promissory notes, or any acceptance or endorsement thereof, or of any acquittance or receipt for money or goods, and for preventing the forgery of the promissory notes of the governor and company of bank of England, commonly called bank notes, and the bills of exchange of the said governor and company, called bank post bills.Not Enacted
1799Duties on maltTo amend and continue an act passed in the 37th year of his majesty's reign for collecting and securing his majesty's revenue upon malt.39 George III c.34
1799Indemnity for persons acting for preservation of peaceFor indemnifying such persons as have acted since the 6th day of October 1798, for the preservation of the public peace, and the suppression of the insurrections prevailing in some parts of this kingdom.39 George III c.3
1799Gunpowder manufacture and saleTo regulate the manufacture and sale of gunpowder within this kingdom.39 George III c.37
1799Coastal fisheriesTo continue an act passed in the 36th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for continuing and amending the several acts for the further improvement and extension of the fisheries on the coasts of this kingdom.39 George III c.29
1799MilitiaTo further explain and amend the laws now in force relating to the militia of this kingdom.39 George III c.30
1799Forfeited recognizances, and finesTo amend an act passed in the 38th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the better collection 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.39 George III c.67
1799Sugar drawbacks and bountiesFor the reduction of drawbacks and bounties now allowed on the export of sugar.39 George III c.27
1799Duties on certificates for killing of gameFor granting to his majesty certain duties on certificates to be issued with respect to the killing of game.39 George III c.62
1799Military exempt from tolls on turnpikes and bridgesTo enable his majesty's forces under orders of march to pass through turnpikes and over bridges toll free.39 George III c.59
1799Licences for sale of ale and spiritsFor granting to his majesty the duties and additional duties on the licences therein mentioned.39 George III c.35
1799DutiesTo amend and continue an act passed last session of parliament to secure the collection of the duties on auctions, and on glass bottles made in this kingdom, and on paper printed, painted or stained in this kingdom to serve for hangings or other uses.39 George III c.24
1799Stamp duty indemnityFor the relief of persons who may inadvertently omit to pay certain stamp duties therein to be mentioned on deeds and other instruments.Not Enacted
1799Duties on paperFor granting to his majesty the duties therein mentioned on the several kinds of paper therein mentioned imported into and made in Ireland, and for amending and continuing an act passed last session of parliament to secure the collection of the duties on paper made in Ireland, and to prevent frauds therein.39 George III c.42
1799Duties on sweets or made winesFor granting unto his majesty the several duties therein mentioned on sweets or made wines, mead and vinegar, and for securing the collection thereof.39 George III c.32
1799Road from Newcastle, Co. Limerick, to Charleville, Co. CorkFor improving and repairing the road leading from Newcastle in the county of Limerick, to the city of Limerick, and from thence to Charleville in the county of Cork, and for repealing the several laws heretofore made relating to the said road.39 George III c.47
1799Government loanTo enable the commissioners of the treasury in Ireland to receive from the commissioners of the treasury in England a sum not exceeding the sum therein mentioned as a loan in part of the supply granted to his majesty for the service of the year 1799, and for securing the interest and charges thereon, and for raising by loan a further sum towards the said supply, and to exempt from certain duties such persons as have paid such voluntary contributions as therein mentioned.39 George III c.25
1799House of industry in DublinTo continue an act passed in the 38th year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act 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, and also, one other act passed in the same year, entitled, an act for the better management of the workhouse and foundling hospital in Dublin.39 George III c.38
1799Irish militia in Britain and elsewhereFor empowering his majesty for a time, and to an extent to be limited, to accept the service of such parts of his militia forces in this kingdom as may voluntarily offer themselves to be employed in Great Britain or elsewhere in Europe.39 George III c.31
1799Licences for sale of ale and spiritsFor granting to his majesty the duties on licences to sell spirituous liquors and metheglin, and for continuing the several laws for 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.39 George III c.40
1799Dublin 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.39 George III c.45
1799Duties on leatherFor the better collection of all duties on hides and skins tanned and dressed in oil, and on vellum and parchment made in Ireland, and for preventing of frauds on his majesty's revenue therein.39 George III c.39
1799Charles John, Viscount MountjoyTo enable the guardians of the Right Honourable Charles John, Lord Viscount Mountjoy, a minor, to make leases of certain parts of said minors estates in and near the city of Dublin.[39 George III (private)]