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statute* at lUrge,
First Year of K. William and Q^mary,
Eighth Year of K.william III.
To which is prefixed,
A TABLE containing the TITLES of all the STATUTES
By DANBY PICKERING, of Gray's-Inn, Esq;
Table of the Statutes,
Containing the Titles of all such Acts as are extant in print, from the First Year of King William and Queen Mary, to the Eighth Year of King William III.
Anno iW.&M. Sef. i. Cap. i. removing and pre
venting all questions and disputes concerning the assembling and sitting of this present parliament.
Cap. 2. For impowering his Majesty to apprehend and detain such persons as he (hall find just cause to suspect are conspiring against the government.
Cap. 3. For the granting a present aid to their Majesties.
Cap. 4. For reviving of actions and process lately depending in the courts at Westminster, and discontinued by the not holding of Hilary term, and for supplying other defects relating to proceedings at law.
Cap. 5. For punishing officers or soldiers who mall mutiny or desert their Majesties service.
Cap. 6. For establishing the coronation oath.
Cap. 7. For impowering his Majesty to apprehend and detain such persons as he (hall find just cause to suspect are conspiring against the government.
Cap. 8. For the abrogating of the oaths of supremacy and allegiance, and appointing other oaths.
Cap. 9. For the amoving papists, and reputed papists from the cities of London and Westminster, and ten miles distant from the fame.
Cap. 10. For the taking away the revenue arising by hearth money.
Cap. 11. For explaining and making Vol. IX.
effectual a statute made in the first year of King James the Second, concerning the haven and piers of Great Yarmouth.
Cap. 12. For the encouraging the exportation of corn.
Cap. 13. For railing money by a pol!» and otherwise, towards the reducing of Ireland.
Cap. 14. For preventing doubts and questions concerning the collecting the publick revenue.
Cap. 15. For the better securing the government, by disarming papists and reputed papists.
Cap. 16. That the simoniacal promotion of one person may not prejudice.another.
Cap. 17. For rectifying a mistake in a certain act of this present parliament, For the amoving papists from the cities of London and Westminster.
Cap. 18. For exempting their Majesties protestant subjects, dissenting from the church of England, from the penalties of certain laws.
Cap. 19. For impowering their Majesties to commit, without bail, such persons as they shall find just cause to suspect are conspiring against the government.
Cap. 20. For a grant to their Majesties of an aid of twelve pence in the pound for one year, for the necessary defence of their realms.
Cap. 21. Fcr enabling lords commissioners for the great leal to execute, the office of lord chancellor, or lord keeper.
a -' Cap. 22. Cap. 22. For the exportation of beer,
ale, cyder, and mum. Cap. 23. For reviving two former
acts for exporting of leather. Cap. 24. For an additional duty of
excise upon beer, ale, and other
Cap. 25. To regulate the administration of the oaths required to be taken by commission or warrant officers employed in their Majesties service by land, by virtue of an act
1 made in this present session of parliament, intituled, An ail for the abrogating os the oaths of supremacy and allegiance, and appointing other oaths.
Cap. 26. To vest in the two universities the presentations of benefices belonging to papists.
Cap. 27. For taking away the court holden before the president and council of the marches of Wales.
Cap. 28. For appropriating certain duties, for paying the states general of the united provinces their charges for his Majesty's expedition into this kingdom, and for other uses.
Cap. 29. For relief of the protestant Irish clergy.
Cap. 30. To repeal the statute made in the fifth year of King Henry the Fourth, against the multiplying gold and silver.
Cap. 31. An additional act for the appointing commissioners for the executing an act of this present parliament, intituled, An ail for a grant to their Majesties of an aid of twelve pence in the pound J or one year, for the necessary defence of their realms.
Cap. 32. For the better preventing the exportation of wool, and encouraging the woolen manufactures of this kingdom.
Cap. 33. For explaining part of an act made in the first year of King James the First, concerning tanned leather.
Cap. 34. • For prohibiting all trade and commerce with France.
1. An act for annulling and making void the attainder of Willliam Ruffes, esq; commonly called lord Rufsel.
2. An act for exhibiting a bill in this present parliament for naturalizing the most noble prince George of
3. An act for the naturalization of the most noble prince George of Denmark, and settling his precedence.
4. An act for naturalizing Frederick count Schonberg, and others.
5. An act to enable Younger Cook, esq; to sell lands to pay his debts, and provide for his younger children.
6. An act for the naturalization of Henry de Nassau, and others.
7. An act for the annulling and making void the attainder of Algernoon Sidney, esq;
8. An act for annulling and making void the attainder of Alice Lisle, widow.
9. An act for the sale or leasing the capital messuage, late Henry Coventry's, esq; in Piccadilly.
10. An act fos building into tenements the remaining part of Arundel ground, as now inclosed.
11. An act for the naturalization of Anne AJlley, and others.
12. An act for the better assuring the manor of Silton, and demising other lands and tenements in Silton in the county of Salop, unto Joseph Soley, gent, and his heirs.
13. An act to enable Robert Pemvarne to fell lands, to pay his brothers and sisters portions, and also to pay debts.
14. An act to make good a recovery suffered by the earl of Peterborough and lord Mordant.
15. An act to enable Thesdcre Bathurfl