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present provision for his son, and state of John late earl of Kildare, for the payment of the debts of the deceased, towards payment of his said Charles Eversfield. debts, and for other the purposes 20. An act for sale of part of the etherein mentioned.

state late of Joseph Thurston, esq; 15. An act for establishing the dif- deceased, lying in the counties of position of the personal estate of Suffolk and Elex, for payment of Sir Benjamin Bathurst, deceased, his debts, and making provision and the settlements on his three for his infant children. fons under his will, and exchang- 21. An act for the exonerating and ing ground-rents in Wapping in discharging the manors, lands and Middlesex for another rent of like hereditaments of Francis Cornwall, value, and other purposes therein esq; and likewise the said Francis mentioned.

Cornwall, of and from certain ar16. An act for the better enabling the ticles of agreement made before

honourable James Bertie, esq; to raise the marriage of the said Francis

portions for his younger children. Cornwall. 17. An act for making more effectual 22. An act to enable Ralph Shippard

certain articles of agreement be- fon, esq; to make sale of his estate tween Sir George Downing, baronet, in Studley Roger in the county of and dame Mary, eldest daughter York, freed from the uses and trusts of Sir William Forester, knt. and in the said Ralph Shippardson's marher trustees,

riage-settlement, and to settle his 18. An act for confirming an agree- estate at Eaft Murton in the county

ment between dame Elizabeth Na- of Durham to the same uses. pier, Sir Theophilus Napier, baronet, 23. An act to enable the lords comArchibald Napier and Edward Na- missioners of the treasury, or lord pier, the relict and sons of Sir John high treasurer for the time being, Napier, deceased, touching his real to compound with Mr. John Offiley and personal estate, for vesting his for the debt he stands engaged for lands and hereditaments in the to the crown for the duties on tocounties of Bedford and Hertford bacco. in trustees, for the better perform- 24. An act to naturalize Peter Rose, ance of the said agreement.

and others. 19. An act for vesting divers lands 25. An act to naturalize Martin Luand tenements in the county of dolph, Ulrick Jansen, John Ludolph

Suffex, part of the estate of Charles Spellerbergh, John Speiker and Laua Eversfield, efq; in trustees, for a rence Gundeložb.

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STATUTES at Large,. &c.

Anno Regni ANNÆ Regina Magna Britan

niæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, duodecimo. AT

T the parliament begun and holden at West

minster the twenty-fifth day of November, Anno Dom. 1710. in the ninth year of the reign of our sovereign lady Anne, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, Queen, defender of the faith, &c. being the first session of this present parliament ; and from thence continued by Jeveral prorogations to the seventh day of December, one thousand seven hundred and eleven ; being the second sesion of this present parliament ; and from thence continued by several prorogations to the ninth day of April, one thousand seven hundred and thirteen (a); being the third session of this present par-(a) In the toliament,

by several ada journments till the fixteenth day of July in the twelfth year of her Majesty's reign.

CAP. I.
An act for granting an aid to her Majesty, to be raised by a land-tax in

Great Britain, for the service of the year one thousand seven hundred
and thirteen, EXP. 25. in the pound.

CAP. II. An a£t for granting to ber Majesty duties upon malt, mum, Continued azi

cyder and perry, for the service of the year one thousand nually, and seven bundred and thirteen ; and for making forth dupli- particularly by cates of lottery tickets, loft, burnt, or deftrcyed; and forco).

13 Geo. 1. enlarging the time for adjusting claims in several lottery & Geo. 2. 6. * afts, and to punish the counterfeiling or forging of lottery orders; and for explaining a late a&t in relation to stamp duties on customary eftates, whicb pass by deed and copy.

OST gracious sovereign, we your Majesty's most dutiful fembled in parliament, towards raising such supplies as are and VOL. XIII.

may

cord is added, and continued

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per buürel,

may bc necessary to defray your Majesty's publick expences, do
humbly present your Majesty with the gift of the several rates,

duties, and impositions herein after mentioned; and do be Duties on

seech your Majesty that it may be enacted : and be it enacted mait, muin, by the Queen's most excellent Majesty, by and with the advice cyder and and consent of the lords spiritual and temporal, and commons,

in this present parliament assembled, and by the authority of the 23 June 1713, same, That there shall be raised, levied, collected, paid, and to 24 June

fatisfied, unto and for the use of her Majesty, her heirs and suc-
cessors, for and upon all malt, mum, cyder and perry, the se-
veral and respective rates, duties and impositions herein after
mentioned; (that is to say) for every bushel of malt which at

any time or times, from and after the twenty-third day of Mait made in June, one thoufand seven hundred and thirteen, and before the England 6t. twenty-fourth day of June, which shall be in the year of our per buthel.

Lord one thousand seven hundred and fourteen, shall be made
of barley, or any other corn or grain, within that part of Great
Britain called England, Wales, and the town of Berwick upon
Tweed, by any person or persons whatsoever, (whether the same
be or be not for sale) the sum of fix pence, and so proportion-

ably for a greater or lesser quantity, to be paid by the maker or Malt made in makers thereof respectively : for every bushel of malt which at Scculand 6d. any time or times, from and after the twenty-third day of June,

one thousand leven hundred and thirteen, and before the twenty-
fourth day of June one thousand seven hundred and fourteen,
fhall be made of barley, or any other corn or grain, in that part
of Great Britain called Scotland, by any person or persons what-
soever, (whether the same be or be not for sale) the fun of fix
pence, and so proportionably for a greater or lesser quantity, to

be also paid by the maker or makers thereof respectively: for Mum jos. per every barrel of mum, which at any time or times, from and af. barrel.

ter the said twenty-third day of Yune one thousand feven hundred
and thirteen, and before the said twenty-fourth day of June one
thousand seven hundred and fourteen, shall be made or im-
ported within the said kingdom of Great Britain, the sum of
ten shillings, over and above all present duties payable for the
same, and so proportionably for a greater or leffer quantity, to

be paid by the maker or importer thereof respectively: and for Cyder, and all cyder and perry, which at any time or times, from and afperry 4s; per ter the said twenty-third day of June one thousand seven hunhogthead.

dred and thirteen, and before the said twenty-fourth day of
June one thousand seven hundred and fourteeen, Thall be made
for sale within the said kingdom of Great Britain, (over and
above all other duties payable for cyder and perry made and
sold by retail) the sum of four shillings for every hogshead, and
so in proportion for a greater or lesser quantity, to be paid by

the firit buyer or retailer thereof. Al persons

II. And for the avoiding of disputes in charging the duties felling cyder upon cyder and perry, be it enacted and declared, That every or perry deem- person who shall buy any cyder or perry, or any fruit to make ed retailers. into cyder or perry, and thall fell any of the cyder or perry fo

: bought

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