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To which is prefixed,
A TABLE containing the TITLES of all the STATUTES

during that Period.

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By DANBY PICKERING, of Gray’s-Inn, Esq;

Reader of the Law Lecture to that Honourable Society.

CAMBRIDGE,
Printed by JOSEPH BENTHAM, Printer to the UNIVERSITY;

for CHARLES BATHURST, at the Cross-Keys, opposite St. Dunítan's
Church in Fleet-Street, London. 1766.

CUM PRIVILEGIO.

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TABLE of the STATUTES,

Containing the Titles of all fuch Acts as are extant in

print, from the Thirty Second Year of King GEORGE
II. to the First Year of King Georee III. inclusive.

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Anno 33 Georgii II.

and to prevent the fraudulent ob. Cap. I. OR granting an aid to taining of allowances in the gaug,

his Majesty by a land ing of corn making into malt; and tax to be raised in Great Britain, for making forth duplicates of exfor the service of the year one chequer bills, tickets, certificates,

thousand seven hundred and sixty. receipts, annuity orders, and other
Cap. 2. To enable his Majesty's orders, loft, burnt, or otherwise

lieutenants of the several counties, destroyed.
ridings, or places, in that part of Cap. 8. For the regulation of his
Great Britain called England, to Majesty's marine forces while on
proceed in the execution of the Thore,
laws relating to the militia, not. Cap. 9. For preventing the excellive
withstanding any suspension of the use of spirituous liquors, by laying
same ; and for other purposes additional duties thereon; for shor-
relating to the said laws.

tening the probibition of making
Cap. 3. For continuing and grant low wines and spirits from wheat,

ing to his Majesty certain duties barley, malt, or other grain, and
upon malt, mum, cyder, and per from ineal, flour, and bran; for
ry, for the service of the year one encouraging the exportation of

thousand seven hundred and Gxty. British made spirits; and for more
Gap. 4. To continue, for a further effectually securing the duties pay-

time, the probibition of the mak able upon spirits, and preventing
ing of low wines and spirits from the fraudulent relanding or im-
wheat, barley, malt, or any other portation thereof.
fort of grain, or from ineal, fiour, Cap. 10. To enable hís Majesty to
or bran,

make leases and copies of offices,
Cap. 5. To continue, for a limited lands, and hereditaments, parcel

time, the importation of falted beef, of his dutchy of Cornwall, or an

pork, and butter, from Ireland. nexed to the faine; and for other
Cap. 6. For punihing mutiny and purposes therein mentioned.

desertion; and for the better pay- Cap. II. For taking down and re-
ment of the army and their quar moving the magazine for gunpow-

der, and all buildings thereto be-
Cap. 7. For granting to his Majesty longing, situate near Greenwich in

several duties upon malt; and for the county of Kent; and erecting,
raising the sum of eight millions instead thereof, a new magazine
by way of annuities and a lottery, for gunpowder at Purjieet, near the
to be charged on the said duties; river of Thailtig in the county of:
VOL. XXIII.

Elix;

ters.

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