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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1795Juries in criminal casesFor the better regulation of juries in criminal cases.Not Enacted
1795Police in DublinFor establishing an effectual police in the city of Dublin, and for repealing so much of the several acts, heretofore passed in this kingdom and now of force, as relate to the police of the said city.Not Enacted
1795Bishops' leasesFor the further and immediate improvement of this kingdom by enabling archbishops, bishops and other ecclesiastical persons and corporations to make leases for lives and years.Not Enacted
1795Regulating parliament electionsTo explain and amend an act of the 31st year of GeorgeIII, entitled, an act to amend and consolidate the several acts relating to the trial of controverted elections, or return of members to serve in parliament.Not Enacted
1795New Ross bridgeFor erecting a bridge over the River of Ross at the town of New Ross in the county of Wexford.Not Enacted
1795Freedom of house of commons and the abolition of certain officesFor the further securing the freedom and independence of the house of commons, and for the reduction of the public expenses by the abolition of certain offices.Not Enacted
1795Commissioners of oyer and terminer in Co. DublinTo enable commissioners of oyer and terminer for the county of Dublin to hold their sessions at the Four Courts on the Inns Quay, in the city of Dublin.Not Enacted
1795Trials by nisi priusFor regulating the filing of judges reports on trials at nisi prius, and for the amendment of the law touching bills of exceptions.Not Enacted
1795Dublin 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.Not Enacted
1795Indemnity for persons executing proclamationFor indemnifying such persons as have acted for the service of the public in advising or carrying into execution a proclamation of the lord lieutenant and council of this kingdom, bearing date the 26th day of February 1795, and for continuing and giving effect to the said proclamation.Not Enacted
1795Fees waived for persons acquitted of offences or dischargedTo repeal an act of the 23rd and 24th of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the relief of prisoners, charged with felony and other crimes who shall be acquitted and discharged by proclamation, respecting their fees, and giving a recompense for such fees, and for the relief of such prisoners in certain cases.Not Enacted
1795Infirmaries and hospitalsTo amend an act passed in this kingdom in the 5th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act for erecting and establishing public infirmaries or hospitals in this kingdom.Not Enacted
1795Roman Catholic seminaryFor the better education of persons professing the Popish or Roman Catholic religion.Not Enacted
1795Mending of public roadsFor explaining and amending the several acts for repairing the public roads.Not Enacted
1795TithesTo explain and amend an act, entitled, an act to continue and amend an act passed in the 3rd year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act to amend and explain an act made in the 33rd year of the reign of HenryVIII, entitled, an act for tithes.Not Enacted
1795Excluding revenue officers from parliamentFor better securing the freedom of elections of members to serve in parliament by disabling certain officers employed in the collection or management of his majesty's revenue from giving their votes at such elections.Not Enacted
1795Regulating parliament electionsFor regulating the election of members to serve in parliament, and for repealing the several acts of parliament therein mentioned.Not Enacted
1795Fees waived for persons acquitted of offences or dischargedTo explain and amend an act of the 23rd and 24th of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the relief of prisoners, charged with felony and other crimes who shall be acquitted and discharged by proclamation, respecting their fees, and giving a recompense for such fees, and for the relief of such prisoners in certain cases.Not Enacted
1795Dublin city improvementTo explain the several acts heretofore passed for the improvement of the city of Dublin, by ascertaining the powers of the commissioners for carrying the several acts into execution, and to ratify and confirm the titles of the persons in possession of any piece or pieces of ground derived under conveyances heretofore executed by the said commissioners.Not Enacted
1795Thomas Blair and William BlairFor vesting in Thomas Blair and William Blair of the city of Dublin, merchants, their executors, administrators and assigns the sole use and property of manufactures of tinplates and of rolled iron, for a limited time.Not Enacted
1795Relief of distressed literary teachersFor the more effectual support and relief of distressed literary teachers and their families.Not Enacted
1795Chimney sweepersFor the better regulation of chimney sweepers and their apprentices.Not Enacted
1795Road from Timahoe, Queen's Co., to Tipperary townTo amend an act passed in the 15th and 16th years of his present majesty's reign for continuing, amending and making more effectual an act passed in the 13th year of the reign of his present majesty King GeorgeII for repairing the road from Timaho in the Queen's County, through Ballynakill, Durrow, Beggar's Inn, and from thence through the city of Cashel to the town of Tipperary in the county of Tipperary.Not Enacted
1795Continuing temporary statutesTo revive, continue and amend several temporary statutes.Not Enacted
1795TithesTo declare the law relative to tithes.Not Enacted
1795Fees waived for persons acquitted of offences or dischargedTo repeal an act of the 23rd and 24th of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the relief of prisoners, charged with felony and other crimes who shall be acquitted and discharged by proclamation, respecting their fees, and giving a recompense for such fees, and for the relief of such prisoners in certain cases.Not Enacted
1795BreweriesFor the better regulation of the breweries of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1795BankruptsFor the relief of uncertified bankrupts.Not Enacted
1795Roman Catholic reliefFor further relief of his majesty's Popish or Roman Catholic subjects of Ireland.Not Enacted
1795Road from Toomyvara, Co. Tipperary, to LimerickTo repeal an act of the 11th of GeorgeII, entitled, an act for repairing the high road from the town of Toomyvara in the county of Tipperary to the town of Silvermines and Nenagh, and from the said towns by Shallee Orchard through the town of Tullo in the said county to the city of Limerick, as also one other act passed in the 17th of GeorgeII, to explain, continue, and amend the first recited act.35 George III c.16
1795Indemnity for persons executing proclamationFor indemnifying such persons as have acted for the service of the public, in advising or carrying into execution two proclamations of the lord lieutenant and council of this kingdom, bearing date the 24th and 29th days of January 1795, respectively, and for continuing and giving effect to the said proclamations.35 George III c.13
1795Portumna bridgeFor building a bridge over the River Shannon, at Portumna in the county of Galway.35 George III c.17
1795Duties on letters and packetsFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors, certain rates and duties upon the portage and conveyance of all letters and packets within this kingdom.35 George III c.11
1795Acts of parliament to commence with royal assentThat acts of parliament shall commence from the time of the royal assent given.35 George III c.12
1795Duties on fire hearthsFor giving to his majesty for one year the duties therein mentioned on fire hearths, in lieu of all duties payable on the same, prior to or during the said term.35 George III c.1
1795Duties, and treaty of commerce and navigation with FranceFor granting for one year the several duties therein mentioned, in lieu of all other duties payable upon the articles therein specified, during the said term, and for continuing the effect of the treaty of commerce and navigation signed at Versailles on the 26th day of September 1786, between his majesty and the most Christian king, and for regulating the trade between this kingdom and his majesty's colonies, and for other purposes therein mentioned.35 George III c.4
1795Government loanFor securing the payment of the annuities and of the interest upon the principal sums therein provided for, and towards the discharge of such principal sums in such manner as therein is directed, and for enabling the officers of his majesty's treasury to receive certain sums for a limited time in manner therein mentioned, and for 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 their service of the year 1795.35 George III c.6
1795Bounties for manufacturesFor regulating the payment of bounties on the exportation of certain manufactures of this kingdom.35 George III c.15
1795Duties on leatherFor granting to his majesty the duties therein mentioned, on hides and skins, and manufactures of leather.35 George III c.3
1795MilitiaTo explain and amend an act passed in the 33rd year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act for amending and reducing into one act of parliament, the laws relating the militia in Ireland.35 George III c.8
1795Stamp dutiesFor granting to his majesty, his heirs and successors, several duties therein mentioned, to be levied by the commissioners for managing the stamp duties.35 George III c.9
1795MutinyFor punishing mutiny and desertion, and for the better payment of the army and their quarters within this kingdom.35 George III c.14
1795American tradeFor continuing an act, entitled, an act for facilitating the trade and intercourse between this kingdom and the United States of America.35 George III c.10
1795PresentmentsFor the regulation of presentments for the purposes of levying money to be expended in erecting court houses, gaols and other expensive buildings.35 George III c.7
1795Militia men's familiesFor the more effectual support of the families of militia men.35 George III c.2
1795MilitiaFor defraying the charge of the pay and clothing of the militia for one year, from the 25th day of March 1795, and for the more easily raising the same.35 George III c.5
1795New Ross bridgeFor erecting a bridge over the River of Ross, at the town of New Ross in the county of Wexford.35 George III c.48
1795Preservation of public roads by encouragement of wagonsFor the preservation of the public roads in this kingdom and for the encouragement of broad wheeled carriages.35 George III c.27
1795John, earl of Ormonde; Walter Butler, called Viscount ThurlesFor the sale of competent parts of the estates of the Right Honourable John, earl of Ormonde, and the Honourable Walter Butler, commonly called Lord Viscount Thurles, his eldest son and heir apparent, for the payment of debts, charges and encumbrances affecting the same, and for settling such part and parts thereof as shall not be sold for the purposes aforesaid, and for other purposes.35 George III c.1 (private)
1795Promulgation of statutesFor the better promulgating the statute law of this kingdom.35 George III c.46
1795Aliens 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 removing and keeping of gunpowder, arms and ammunition without licence, and for amending the said last-mentioned act.35 George III c.24
1795Starch exportsTo prevent the exportation of starch under certain conditions.35 George III c.26
1795Courts of justiceFor establishing the new courts of justice and the new session house, and constituting the same, and the areas thereof respectively, to be within the county of the city of Dublin, and county of Dublin.35 George III c.25
1795John, earl of Clanwilliam; and Richard Meade, called Viscount GilfordFor the sale of certain towns, lands, tenements and hereditaments in the county of Tipperary, the estates of the Right Honourable John, earl of Clanwilliam, and the Right Honourable Richard Meade, commonly called Lord Viscount Gilford, the eldest son and heir apparent of the said John, earl of Clanwilliam, for the purposes therein mentioned, and for settling other estates in the county of Down in lieu thereof, and for other purposes.35 George III c.2 (private)
1795Roman Catholic educationFor the better education of persons professing the Popish or Roman Catholic religion.35 George III c.21
1795Regulation of the treasuryFor the better regulation of the receipts of his majesty's treasury, and for repealing an act of parliament passed in the 10th year of King HenryVII, entitled, an act for authorising the treasurer to make all officers as the treasurer of England doth.35 George III c.28
1795BreweriesFor repealing the several regulations which affect the trade of a brewer in this kingdom.35 George III c.19
1795RevenueFor continuing and amending the several laws relating to his majesty's revenue, and further preventing frauds therein.35 George III c.41
1795Licences for sale of spiritsFor continuing an act, entitled, an act for continuing the several laws relating to licences for the sale of spirituous liquors, and the regulations for remedying the abuses which have arisen from the immoderate use of such liquors.35 George III c.20
1795Confirming grants under great seal of EnglandFor confirming grants heretofore made by patents under the great seal of England.35 George III c.39
1795Speaker's acceptance of officer of chief governor not to vacate seat in parliamentThat the acceptance of the office of a lord justice or chief governor of this kingdom, by the speaker of the house commons, shall not vacate his seat in parliament.35 George III c.45
1795Presentments in DublinTo explain and render more effectual an act of parliament made and passed in the 33rd year of his present majesty, entitled, an act respecting the collection of public money, to be levied off the county of the city of Dublin by presentments.35 George III c.34
1795Insolvent debtorsTo explain, amend and render more effectual an act passed in the 31st year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the relief of insolvent debtors with respect to the imprisonment of their persons.35 George III c.31
1795Mending of post roadsFor further improving post roads in this kingdom.35 George III c.38
1795Road from Dublin to MullingarFor improving and repairing the turnpike road from Dublin to Mullingar, and for repealing the several laws heretofore made relating to the said road.35 George III c.43
1795Grand CanalFor payment to the company of undertakers of the Grand Canal of certain bounties heretofore granted to them.35 George III c.44
1795QualificationFor the relief of persons who have omitted to qualify themselves according to law.35 George III c.40
1795Preservation of the peace and parochial watch in DublinFor 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.35 George III c.36
1795Preserving inheritance of churchTo explain and amend an act passed in the 10th and 11th years of the reign of King Charles I, entitled, an act for the preservation of the inheritance, rights and profits of lands belonging to the church, and persons ecclesiastical.35 George III c.23
1795Regulating parliament electionsFor regulating the election of members to serve in parliament, and for repealing the several acts therein mentioned.35 George III c.29
1795Road from Dublin to RatoathFor making, widening and repairing the road leading from the city of Dublin to Ratoath, and for erecting turnpikes thereon in aid of barony presentments.35 George III c.47
1795TithesTo explain an act passed in the 7th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act to continue and amend an act passed in the 3rd year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act to amend and explain an act made in the 33rd year of the reign of HenryVIII, entitled, an act for tithes.35 George III c.32
1795Insolvent debtorsFor the relief of insolvent debtors, in regard to the imprisonment of their persons.35 George III c.30
1795Lottery offices, and lottery insuranceFor amending the laws for the regulation of lottery offices, and for preventing the insurance of lottery tickets.35 George III c.35
1795Vote of creditFor raising the sum therein mentioned, to defray such extraordinary expenses as may be necessarily incurred for the service of the present year.35 George III c.37
1795Coastal fisheriesTo continue for one year the several acts for the encouragement of the fisheries on the coast of this kingdom.35 George III c.33
1795Treasury accountsFor auditing and settling certain accounts now remaining unsettled at his majesty's treasury.35 George III c.18
1795Baking tradeFor regulating the baking trade.35 George III c.42
1795School of physicTo explain an act, entitled, an act for establishing a complete school of physic in this kingdom.35 George III c.22