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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1800Repairing walls of the River Liffey in DublinFor repealing so much of an act passed in the 32nd year of his majesty's reign for repairing and preserving the walls of the River Anna Liffey in the city of Dublin as imposes an additional rate or tax of two shillings for each foot of ground of certain ground, part of the South Lotts, on the front of Sir John Rogerson's Quay in the possession of Edward Kent and Nicholas Le Favre.Not Enacted
1800Duties on foreign winesFor ascertaining the stock of foreign wines belonging to dealers in and sellers of such wines on the 25th day of March 1800, and for securing certain duties of excise therein.Not Enacted
1800Burning land for cultivation of potatoesTo permit the burning of land, for the cultivation of potatoes, under certain restrictions.Not Enacted
1800Continuing temporary statutesTo continue and amend certain temporary statutes.Not Enacted
1800Assizes and jurorsFor regulating the time, place and manner of holding assizes, and regulating the attendance of jurors in the city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1800Watch in DublinFor amending and reducing into one act the several laws for regulating the watch in the district of the metropolis.Not Enacted
1800Constables, and criminal processFor amending the laws which relate to the office of constable, and for repealing an act, 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
1800Magistrates and summary offencesTo extend the power of magistrates to bring persons before them to answer complaints made against them for breaches of the game laws, timber laws and in all cases determinable in a summary way before a magistrate.Not Enacted
1800Grand jury of Queen's Co. and sale of public buildingsTo enable the grand jury of the Queen's County to sell certain useless and ruinous public buildings.Not Enacted
1800Curates' maintenanceFor the further support and maintenance of curates within the Church of Ireland.40 George III c.27
1800Insolvent debtorsFor the relief of confined debtors who may be insolvent.40 George III c.42
1800Against burning landFor more effectually preventing the burning of land.40 George III c.24
1800Suppression of rebellionTo revive with amendments an act passed last session of parliament, entitled, an act for the suppression of the rebellion which still unhappily exists within this kingdom, and for the protection of the persons and properties of his majesty's faithful subjects within the same.40 George III c.2
1800Charles John, Viscount Mountjoy; Luke, late Viscount MountjoyFor vesting certain estates and lands belonging to Charles John, Lord Viscount Mountjoy, in the counties of Antrim, Kilkenny, Carlow and Wicklow and city of Kilkenny, in trustees, in order to sell the same and to apply the purchase money in buying in certain debts and encumbrances affecting the estates of Luke, late Lord Viscount Mountjoy, in the county of Tyrone, to be applied for the purposes therein mentioned, and for other purposes.[40 George III no. 10 (private)]
1800TreasonTo 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.40 George III c.18
1800Mark LynchFor vesting in trustees certain lands situate in the county of Galway, the estate of Mark Lynch in Drimcong in the said county, esquire, for raising a sum of money to discharge the debts and encumbrances affecting the same, and for other purposes therein mentioned.[40 George III no. 9 (private)]
1800Duties on foreign wines and rumFor ascertaining the stock of foreign wines belonging to dealers in and sellers of such wines on the 25th day of March 1800, and for securing certain duties of excise thereon, and for granting to his majesty a further duty on rum imported, and certain duties on the exportation of certain goods to the British plantations in America and the West Indies in lieu of all other duties.40 George III c.14
1800Additional duty on imported refined sugarFor granting an additional duty on refined sugar imported into this kingdom.40 George III c.25
1800Tithe of agistmentTo quiet and bar all claims of tithe agistment for dry and barren cattle.40 George III c.23
1800Enclosure of common in Dromiskin, Co. LouthFor dividing, allotting and enclosing the commons, commonable and waste lands of Dromiskin, within the parish of Dromiskin and county of Louth.40 George III c.97
1800Dissolving 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 other purposes therein mentioned.[40 George III no. 8 (private)]
1800Road from Naas, Co. Kildare, to O'Brien's Bridge, Co. ClareTo explain and amend an act, entitled, an act to explain, amend and reduce into one act the several laws for making, repairing or amending the turnpike roads leading from the town of Naas to the towns of Maryborough and Ballyroan, from the town of Maryborough to the city of Limerick, and from the town of Nenagh to O'Brien's Bridge, and to enable grand juries to present sums to recompense the proprietors through whose land new lines of road have been run.40 George III c.95
1800Qualification of sheriffs of and magistratesFor ascertaining the proper qualifications of sheriffs and for magistrates in the kingdom of Ireland.Not Enacted
1800Making of malt, and distilling of spiritsFor amending an act passed this session of parliament, entitled, an act to prohibit the making of malt and distilling of spirits within this kingdom for a limited time.40 George III c.58
1800Protection of implements of agricultureFor the protection of implements of agriculture by punishing such persons as are guilty of destroying the same.Not Enacted
1800House of industry in DublinFor the better regulation and management of the house of industry established for the relief of the poor in Dublin.40 George III c.40
1800American tradeFor further continuing an act, entitled, an act for facilitating the trade and intercourse between this kingdom and the United States of America.40 George III c.13
1800Belfast improvementFor paving, cleansing, lighting and improving the several streets, squares, lanes and passages within the town of Belfast in the county of Antrim, and for removing and preventing all encroachments, obstructions and annoyances therein, and also, for establishing and maintaining a nightly watch throughout the said town and precincts thereof, and for other purposes.40 George III c.37
1800John BlakeFor vesting in trustees the estates and lands of John Blake of Forbough in the county of Galway, esquire, situate in the county of Galway and county of the town of Galway, for raising a sufficient sum of money for discharging the debts and encumbrances which affected the same, at the time of his marriage with Maria Blake, otherwise Galway, his present wife, and for other purposes.[40 George III no. 7 (private)]
1800Co. Clare infirmaryFor the better governing and managing the infirmary of the county of Clare.40 George III c.32
1800Representation of Ireland in parliament of United KingdomTo regulate the mode by which the lords spiritual and temporal and the commons to serve in the parliament of the United Kingdom on the part of Ireland, shall be summoned and returned to the said parliament.40 George III c.29
1800Union of Great Britain and IrelandFor the union of Great Britain and Ireland.40 George III c.38
1800Collection of the rates and taxesTo regulate the collection of the rates and taxes in Ireland on fire hearths, on coaches and other carriages, and in respect of and on dwelling houses inhabited according to the number of windows or lights therein, and to secure the due payment thereof.Not Enacted
1800Grand juries and sale of public buildingsTo enable the grand juries of counties to sell certain useless and ruinous public buildings.Not Enacted
1800Dublin 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 in Ireland, and for granting to the said society the further sum of 10,000 for the purposes therein mentioned.40 George III c.31
1800Mending of public roads, vestries in Ulster, police establishmentTo amend an act for repair of the public roads, and to revive and explain an act for holding vestries in the province of Ulster, and for empowering the lord lieutenant or other chief governor to reduce the expense of the police establishment.40 George III c.88
1800Roads 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
1800QualificationFor the relief of persons, who have omitted to qualify themselves according to law.40 George III c.5
1800Volunteer militiaFor enabling his majesty to accept the services of volunteers from the militia, under certain restrictions, and for amending the law relative to the militia of Ireland.40 George III c.1
1800Suffering loyalistsTo amend and continue two several acts passed in the 38th and 39th years of the reign of his present majesty, for appointing commissioners to enquire into the losses of such of his majesty's loyal subjects as have suffered in their property during the late rebellion, and the other purposes in the said acts mentioned, and for authorising the payment of sums therein mentioned, to persons who have suffered in their persons, and to the widows and orphans of others who have lost their lives said rebellion, and to persons who exerted themselves in discovering the said rebellion, and been exposed to danger, or sustained injury in consequence thereof.40 George III c.49
1800Wide streets in DublinTo amend and explain an act passed in the 39th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act to 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.40 George III c.61
1800Aliens 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 36th year of his majesty's reign, 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.40 George III c.15
1800Charitable donations and bequestsTo amend an act passed in the 3rd year of the reign of his majesty King GeorgeIII, entitled, an act for the better discovery of charitable donations and bequests.40 George III c.75
1800BankruptsFor the relief of uncertificated bankrupts.40 George III c.21
1800Redress of erroneous judgementsFor the more speedy correction of erroneous judgments given in the courts of law in this kingdom.40 George III c.39
1800Indemnity for persons acting for preservation of peaceFor indemnifying such persons as have acted since 1 June 1799 for the preservation of the public peace and suppression of insurrections prevailing in some parts of this kingdom, and to empower sheriffs and other officers to make the returns therein specified.40 George III c.89
1800First fruitsFor amending an act, entitled, an act for confirming the several grants made by her late majesty of the first fruits and twentieth parts payable out of the ecclesiastical benefices in this kingdom, and also, for giving the archbishops and other ecclesiastical persons four years time for the payment of first fruits, and for incorporating the trustees and commissioners of the said first fruits.40 George III c.46
1800Regulating parliament electionsTo explain and amend an act passed in the 35th year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for regulating the election of members to serve in parliament, and for repealing the several acts therein mentioned, and to explain and amend an act passed in the 37th year of said reign, entitled, an act for the further regulation of the election of members to serve in parliament.40 George III c.80
1800Church buildingTo facilitate the building and rebuilding of churches and chapels.40 George III c.83
1800Watch in Dublin, and granting duty on pawnbrokersFor amending and making perpetual the several laws for regulating the watch in the district of the metropolis, and for granting a further duty upon pawnbrokers.40 George III c.62
1800Road from Tubber, near the bounds of Cos. Clare and Galway, to Thomond GateFor improving and repairing the road leading from Tubber, near the bounds of the counties of Clare and Galway, to Ennis in the county of Clare, and from thence to Thomond Gate in the county of the city of Limerick.40 George III c.98
1800DutiesFor 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.40 George III c.4
1800Vestries in UlsterTo explain an act passed in the 11th year of his present majesty's reign, for holding vestries in the province of Ulster.Not Enacted
1800Suppression of rebellionTo continue an act passed last session of parliament, entitled, an act for the suppression of the rebellion which still unhappily exists within this kingdom, and for the protection of the persons and properties of his majesty's faithful subjects within the same.Not Enacted
1800Silk manufactureTo continue an act passed in the 36th year of his present majesty's reign, entitle, an act to explain and amend an act passed in the 19th and 20th years of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the better regulation of the silk manufacture.40 George III c.17
1800Making of malt, and distilling of spiritsTo prohibit the making of malt, and distilling of spirits in this kingdom for a limited time.40 George III c.6
1800Ulster White Linen HallTo enable the barrack master general to carry into execution an agreement lately made with the trustees of the Ulster White Linen Hall near Newry, for the sale of their interest therein, and for vesting the same in his majesty, his heirs and successors.40 George III c.26
1800Stamp dutiesFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors several duties therein mentioned to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.40 George III c.16
1800Bankers' notesFor the relief of bankers, who have or shall stop payment, and who have or shall conform to the directions of the act of parliament of the 33rd year of GeorgeII, called the Bankers' Act.40 George III c.22
1800Duties 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 frauds on his majesty's revenue therein.40 George III c.9
1800MutinyFor punishing mutiny and desertion, and for the better payment of the army and their quarters within this kingdom.40 George III c.7
1800Government 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 herein 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 1800, and for other purposes.40 George III c.3
1800Judges of assizeTo repeal part of an act passed in the parliament of England in the 8th year of RichardII, and of force in this kingdom, any law to the contrary notwithstanding.40 George III c.19
1800Bounties for manufacturesFor regulating the payment of bounties on the exportation of certain manufactures of this kingdom.40 George III c.20
1800MilitiaFor defraying the charge of the pay and clothing of the militia for one year, from the 25th of March 1800.40 George III c.12
1800Coastal 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.40 George III c.11
1800Stamp dutiesFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors several duties therein mentioned, to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.40 George III c.10
1800Duties 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.40 George III c.8
1800Permits for conveyance excisable goodsFor better regulating the issuing and granting of permits and certificates, for the conveyance and protection of certain excisable goods therein to be mentioned, and to prevent frauds by dealers in or retailers of such goods.40 George III c.68
1800Bills of exchange and promissory notesTo continue and amend an act, entitled, an act to restrain the negotiation of promissory notes and inland bills of exchange, under a limited sum, passed in the last session of parliament.40 George III c.64
1800School of physicFor repealing an act passed in the 25th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act for establishing a complete school of physic in this kingdom and also for repealing an act passed in the 35th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act to explain and amend an act establishing a complete school of physic in this kingdom.40 George III c.84
1800Presentments in DublinFor amending and rendering more effectual the present mode of accounting for money presented at the assizes for making and repairing the public roads, and building and repairing the bridges, within the several counties of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1800Annuities for John Monck Mason; earl of Athlone; earl of Roscommon; Baron AylmerTo enable his majesty to grant certain annuities to the Right Honourable John Monck Mason, and to the earls of Athlone and Roscommon, and to the Lord Baron Aylmer, in manner therein mentioned.40 George III c.53
1800Duties on winesFor granting to his majesty excise duties on foreign wines in his majesty's stores, or in the stores or warehouses of dealers in or retailer of wine at the time therein mentioned, and for granting further duties on spirits distilled, and on sweets or made wines made in Ireland.40 George III c.45
1800Roads from Dublin to Kilcullen Bridge, Co. Kildare, and from Naas, Co. Kildare, to Limerick, and from Kilworth mountain to CorkTo amend an act passed in the 38th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act to 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 from Naas to Limerick, and for the further improvement of the road from Kilworth Mountain to the city of Cork.40 George III c.94
1800Paving, cleansing and lighting SligoFor paving, cleansing, lighting and improving the streets, quays, lanes and passages in the town of Sligo in the county of Sligo, for establishing a nightly watch in said town, for supplying the said town with pipe water, and for improving and regulating the port and harbour thereof.40 George III c.99
1800Repairing walls of the River Liffey in DublinFor repealing so much of an act passed in the 32nd year of his majesty's reign, for repairing and preserving the walls of the River Anna Liffey in the city of Dublin, as imposes an additional rate or tax of 2s. for each foot of ground of certain ground, part of the South Lotts, on the front of Sir John Rogerson's Quay, in the said act specified.40 George III c.73
1800Quarantine of ships and prevention of plagueTo oblige ships more effectually to perform their quarantine, and to prevent the plague and other infectious distempers being brought into Ireland, and to hinder the spreading of infection.40 George III c.79
1800Stamp dutiesTo amend and explain an act passed in the 40th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors several duties therein mentioned, to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.40 George III c.59
1800Fees of prisoners for treason, felony etc.For regulating the fees payable by prisoners charged with treason, felony and other crimes.Not Enacted
1800Government loanFor granting to his majesty a further supply out of the consolidated fund, to be applied to the purposes therein mentioned, and for raising by loan the several sums therein mentioned.40 George III c.60
1800Cotton manufactureFor the further encouragement of the cotton manufacture, by enabling tenants for life to make leases for sites of mills.40 George III c.90
1800Tithe compensationTo enable all ecclesiastical persons and bodies, rectors, vicars, and curates and impropriators, and those deriving by, from or under them, to recover a just compensation for tithes withheld from them in the year 1799, against such persons as were liable to the same.40 George III c.81
1800Distilling sugarTo encourage the distillation of spirits from sugar for a limited time.40 George III c.55
1800Compensation for act of unionFor granting certain annuities to the officers and attendants of both houses of parliament, whose offices and attendance shall cease after the union, or whose offices shall be diminished in value thereby.40 George III c.50
1800Duties 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.40 George III c.57
1800Licences and dutiesFor the better regulation of, and securing the duties payable on licences to persons engaged in the several trades therein mentioned, and to hawkers and pedlars, and the duties on playing cards, and for securing the expenses of distraining for the king's rents and for other purposes.40 George III c.63
1800Quit, crown and composition rentsFor discharging certain arrears of quit, crown and composition rents, which have been growing due for 20 years before the 29th day of September 1799, on the terms and in manner therein mentioned.40 George III c.70
1800JuriesFor the better regulation of trials by jury in the courts of king's bench, common pleas and exchequer during term, and in the sittings after term.40 George III c.72
1800LinenTo amend the laws relating to linen manufacture.Not Enacted
1800Dissolving marriage of Alexander Montgomery and Mary chuteTo dissolve the marriage of Alexander Montgomery, esquire, captain in his majesty's Monaghan regiment of militia, with Mary Montgomery, otherwise Chute, his now wife, and to enable him to marry again.[40 George III no. 6 (private)]
1800MilitiaFor amending an act passed in this kingdom in the 33rd year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for amending and reducing into one act of parliament the laws relating to the militia in Ireland.40 George III c.92
1800Cork city butter trade, vessels and coaches for hireFor the better regulation of the butter trade of the city of Cork and the liberties thereof, and for the better regulation of the said city in the other matters therein to be mentioned, and in respect to lighters and vessels plying for hire, and also respecting sedans, chairs, coaches and chaises plying for hire within the city and liberties of the city of Cork.40 George III c.100
1800MilitiaTo empower the colonels or commanding officers of the militia of this kingdom to continue in the service such men as shall be entitled to their discharge before the 24th day of June 1801, and as shall be willing to re-enlist before their time of service shall expire.40 George III c.91
1800Female orphan house in DublinFor incorporating the governors and governesses of the female orphan house on the Circular road near Dublin.40 George III c.65
1800Association for Discountenancing ViceFor incorporating the Association for Discountenancing Vice and Promoting the Knowledge and Practice of the Christian Religion.40 George III c.66
1800Continuing temporary statutesTo revive, continue and make perpetual certain temporary statutes.40 George III c.96
1800Dublin circular roadTo amend and render more effectual the laws now in force for making and keeping in repair a circular road round the city of Dublin.40 George III c.74
1800Licences for sale of ale and spiritsFor continuing and amending 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.40 George III c.54
1800Compensation for act of unionFor granting allowances to bodies corporate and individuals, in respect to those cities, towns and boroughs which shall cease to send members to parliament after the union, and to make compensation to those persons whose offices may thereby be discontinued or diminished in value.40 George III c.34
1800DutiesTo continue and amend two several acts passed in the 38th and 39th years of the reign of his present majesty to secure the collection of the duties on auctions, and on glass bottles, and on paper printed, painted or stained, to serve for hangings and other uses.40 George III c.87
1800Duties 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.40 George III c.86
1800Tobacco trade, and dutiesTo amend and 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.40 George III c.77
1800Londonderry bridgeFor amending an act passed in the 30th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for building a bridge over the River Lough Foyle at the city of Londonderry and the suburbs thereof, and for certain regulations relative to the said city.40 George III c.41
1800Roman Catholic seminaryTo amend an act passed in the 35th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act for the better education of persons professing the Popish or Roman Catholic religion.Not Enacted
1800Woollen manufactureFor amending and rendering more effectual several acts heretofore passed in this kingdom, for the true making of woollen cloth, called and known by the name of old drapery.40 George III c.36
1800Road, known as the Military Road, from Waterford to Tallagh, Co. Waterford, and to bounds of Co. CorkTo amend an act passed in the 36th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act for repairing the road, commonly called and known by the name of the Military Road, beginning at the county and city courthouses in the city of Waterford, and leading from thence to the town of Tallagh in the county of Waterford, through the towns of Kilmacthomas, Cappoquinn and Lismore, and from Tallagh aforesaid to the bounds of the county of Cork.40 George III c.93
1800Roman Catholic seminaryFor the better government of the seminary established at Maynooth for the education of persons professing the Roman Catholic religion, and for amending the laws now in force respecting the said seminary.40 George III c.85
1800Cork cityFor the improvement of the city of Cork in the manner therein to be mentioned.Not Enacted
1800Port and River Liffey in DublinFor amending and rendering more effectual two several acts, one passed in the 26th year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for promoting the trade of Dublin, by rendering its port and harbour more commodious, and the other act passed in the 32nd year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for repairing and preserving of 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.40 George III c.47
1800Trespass by cattle, and fencesFor amending and rendering more effectual an act passed in the 37th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act to prevent vexatious impounding of cattle for trespass, or damage feasant, and for the effectual preserving of meares and fences.40 George III c.71
1800Collection of the rates and taxesTo regulate the collection of the rates and taxes in Ireland on fire hearths, on coaches and other carriages, and male servants, and on dwelling houses inhabited according to the number of windows or lights therein respectively, and to secure the due payment thereof.40 George III c.52
1800RevenueFor better regulating the collection of his majesty's revenue, and for preventing of frauds therein, and for repealing an act made in the 39th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for continuing and amending several laws relating to his majesty's revenue, and for the more effectually preventing the frauds therein, and the several acts and statutes which are mentioned to be continued by the said act.40 George III c.43
1800Forfeited recognizances, and finesFurther to continue an act passed in the 38th year of the reign of his present majesty, 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, and also to repeal and amend part of an act passed in the 39th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act to 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.40 George III c.30
1800Workhouse and foundling hospital in DublinFor the better management, support and maintenance of the foundling hospital in Dublin, and for amending and further continuing an act passed in the 38th year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the better management of the workhouse and foundling hospital in Dublin.40 George III c.33
1800Quarantine of ships and personsTo oblige ships and persons more effectually to perform quarantine.Not Enacted
1800Dublin circular roadTo amend and render more effectual the laws now in force for making and keeping in repair a circular road round the city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1800DistillersFor regulating the trade of a distiller, and for securing the duties payable upon homemade spirits.40 George III c.67
1800GlebesFor the further encouragement of building and improving of glebe lands.40 George III c.82
1800DistillersTo 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, and one other act passed in the 39th year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act to continue and amend 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.40 George III c.56
1800Making of malt, and distilling of spiritsTo amend two acts passed in this session of parliament, one, entitled, an act to prohibit the making of malt, and distilling of spirits in this kingdom for a limited time, and the other for amending the said act.40 George III c.28
1800Preventing return of persons transported for rebellionTo prevent persons from returning to his majesty's dominions who have been or shall be transported, banished or exiled on account of rebellion.40 George III c.44
1800Duties on paperFor amending and continuing an act passed in the 38th year of his majesty's reign to secure the collection of the duties on paper made in Ireland, and to prevent frauds therein.40 George III c.76
1800Frauds in tanning leatherFor amending an act passed in the last session of parliament, entitled, an act to 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.40 George III c.78
1800Road from Dublin to Knocksedan, Co. DublinTo amend an act for the repair of the road from Dublin to Knocksedan in the county of Dublin.40 George III c.48
1800Inland navigationFor granting to his majesty the sum of 500,000 for promoting inland navigation in Ireland, and for other persons therein mentioned, and for authorizing the raising of the said sum by loan.40 George III c.51
1800Judges' annuities and salariesTo enable his majesty to grant annuities to the lord high chancellor, and to the judges of the courts of king's bench, master of the rolls, judges of the courts of common pleas and exchequer, judge or commissary of the court of prerogative, the judge of the court of admiralty, the chairman of the quarter sessions of the county of Dublin, and assistant barristers of the several other counties, on the resignation of their respective offices, and to amend an act passed in the 36th year of his present majesty, entitled, an act for increasing the salaries of the chief and other judges of the courts of king's bench and common pleas, and of the chief baron and other barons of the court of exchequer in this kingdom.40 George III c.69
1800Thomas CharletonFor vesting in trustees the real estates, situate in the counties of Meath and Longford, which belonged to Thomas Charleton, late of Curratown in the county of Meath, esquire, deceased, and for making them a corporation, for the purpose of carrying into effect, the charitable purposes and intentions of the will of the said Thomas Charleton, and for other purposes.40 George III c.35
1800Walter Lambert and Thomas, Walter, Persse and John LambertFor the sale of the settled estate of Walter Lambert of Castle Lambert in the county of Galway, esquire, and of Thomas, Walter, Persse and John Lambert, first, second, third and fourth sons of said Walter Lambert, for the payment of certain encumbrances affecting the same, and for other purposes therein mentioned.[40 George III no. 5 (private)]
1800Reverend John HarveyTo enable certain trustees therein named to raise such sums of money on the estates devised by the will of the late Reverend John Harvey of Malinhall in the county of Donegal, clerk, as may be necessary for obtaining renewal of certain freehold and leasehold interests devised by the said will, and for other purposes therein mentioned.[40 George III no. 4 (private)]
1800Thomas WyseTo enable Thomas Wyse of Saint John's in the liberties of the city of Waterford, esquire, and the other persons therein named, when they shall be respectively in possession of the lands and premises therein mentioned, part of the estates of Thomas Wyse the elder, late of Saint John's aforesaid, deceased, to make a lease or leases for lives, with or without covenants renewable forever, or for any term or time not exceeding 999 years, of the said estates, houses and lands in the city of Waterford and liberties thereof, and to make leases for three lives or 31 years, whichever should last longest, of certain lands, houses and premises in the Queen's County and county of Waterford, now in the possession of the said Thomas Wyse.[40 George III no. 3 (private)]
1800Cornelius BoltonFor vesting certain lands therein mentioned, the estate of Cornelius Bolton of Faithlegg in the county of Waterford, esquire, in trustees for payment of the debts and encumbrances affecting the same, and for other purposes therein mentioned.[40 George III no. 2 (private)]
1800Richard NevillFor vesting certain lands, tenements and hereditaments in the counties of Kildare, Wexford and county of Dublin, the estate of Richard Nevill, esquire, in trustees, for the purposes therein mentioned.[40 George III no. 1 (private)]