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gistrates cannot be found qualified to grant such Licences.-[12th July
1799.) :

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[ No. XU. ] 48 George III. c. 143.–An Act to repeal the Stamp Duties on Li.

cences granted by Justices of the Peace for selling Ale, Beer and other Excise-

able Liquors by Retail; and for granting other Duties in lieu thereof.-[20 July
1808.]

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[ No. XIII. ] 3 George IV. c. 77.–An Act for amending the Laws for regulating

the Manuer of liceusing Alehouses in that part of the United Kingdom called
England, and for the more effectually preventing Disorders therein.-[26th July
1822.)

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[ No. XIV. ] 7 George IV. c. 65.-Au Act to continue until the first day of January

one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, and to the end of the next ses.
sion of Parliament, an Act of the Third Year of his present Majesty, for regu.

lating the manner of licensing Alehouses in England. - [26th May 1826.]..31 m

[ No. XV. ] 7 & 8 George IV. c. 48.-An Act to continue until the first day of

June, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, and from thence to the

end of the then next session of Parliament, an Act of the Third Year of his pre-

sent Majesty, for regulating the manner of licensing Alehouses in England.-

(23d June 1827.]

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( No. XVI. ] 9 George IV. c. 46.-An Act to enable certain Hotel-keepers to be

licensed to keep Hotels as Commou loos, Alehouses, and Victualling-houses,

and to sell therein Beer, and other Exciseable Liquors, for the residue of the

present year.[15th July 1828.] ..

ib.

[ No. XVII. ] 9 George IV.c. 58.-An Act to regulate the granting of Certificates,

by Justices of the Peace and Magistrates, authorizing persons to keep Common

Ions, Alehouses, aud Victualling-houses in Scotland, in which Ale, Beer, Spi-
rits, Wive, and other Exciseable Liquors may be sold by retail under Excise
Licences; and for the beiter regulation of such houses; and for the prevention

of such houses being kept without such certificate.—[15th July 1828.] ... 31 o

[ No. XVIII.) 9 George IV. c. 61.-An Act to regulate the granting of Licences to

keepers of lons, Alehouses, and Victualling-houses, in England.—[15th July

1828.]

[ No. XIX. ] 9 George IV. c. 68.–An Act to amend an Act of the Fifth Year of

his present Majesty, for amending the Laws of Excise relating to Retail

Brewers.-[19th July 1828.] .

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[ No. IX. ] 20 George III. c. 36.-An Act for obviating Doubts, touching the

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bioding and receiving of poor Children Apprentices, in pursuance of several

Acts of Parliament made for the Relief of the Poor within particular incorporated

Hundreds or Districts; and for ascertaining the Settlement of Bastard Children

born in the Houses of Industry within such Hundreds or Districts ....... 52

[ No. X. ] 32 George III. c. 57.–An Act for the further Regulation of Parish Ap-

al prentices

( No. XI. ] 33 George III. c. 55.–An Act to authorize Justices of the Peace to im-

pose Fines upon Constables, Overseers, and other Peace or Parish Officers, for

Neglect of Duty, and on Masters of Apprentices for ill Usage of such their Ap-

prentices; and also to make Provision for the Execution of Warrants of Distress

granted by Magistrates.-[21st June 1793.] ....

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[ No. XII. ] 42 George III. c. 46.–An Act to require Overseers and Guardians of

the Poor to keep a Register of the several Children who shall be bound or as-

signed by them as Apprentices; and to extend the Provisions of an Act passed in

the Twentieth Year of the Reign of his present Majesty, to the binding of Ape

prentices by Houses of Industry, or Establishments for the Poor, which have

been authorized so to do, by subsequent Acts.-[7th May 1802.] ......... 63

[ No. XIII. ) 42 George Ill. c. 73.–An Act for the Preservation of the Health and

Morals of Apprentices and others, employed in Cotton and other Mills, and

Cotton and other factories

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[ No. XIV. ] 51 George III. c. 80.–An Act to render valid certain Indentures for

the Binding of Parish Apprentices.[!5th June 1811.] .....

...... ib.

a [ No. XIV. a. ] 53 George III. c. 40.-An Act to repeal so much of several Acts,

passed in England and Scotland respectively, as empowers Justices of the Peace

to rate Wages, or set Prices of Work, for Artificers, Labourers, or Craftsmen.

[15th April 1813.] ...

ib.

[ No. XIV. b. ) 54 George III. c. 96.-An Act to amend an Act, passed in the Fifth

Year of Queen Elizabeth, intituled, “An Act containing divers Orders for Arti.

ficers, Labourers, Servants of Husbandry, and Apprentices.—[18th July

1814.]

( No. XV. ) 54 George III. c. 107.–An Act to render valid certain Indentures for

the binding of Parisb Apprentices, and certificates of the settlement of poor Per.

sons.-[234 July 1814.) ..

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[ No. XVI. ] 56 George III. c. 139.-An Act to regulate the Binding of Parish Apo

prentices.-[2d July 1816.]

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| [ No. XVII. ] 1 & 2 George IV. C. 32.—An Act for declaring valid certain Inden-

tures of Apprenticeship and Certificates of Settlements of poor Persons in Eng-

land.-[28th May 1821.]

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[ No. XVII. ] 4 George IV. c. 29.-An Act to increase the power of Magistrates,

io cases of Apprenticeships.—[23d May 1923.]

ib.

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[ No. II. ] 18 George III. c. 19.-An Act for the Payment of Costs to Parties, on

Complaints determined before Justices of the Peace out of Sessions ; for the

Payment of the Charges of Constables io certain Cases; and for the more effec-

tual Payment of Charges to Witnesses and Prosecutors of any Larceny, or other

Felony

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[ No. III. ] 33 George III. c. 55.–An Act to authorize Justices of the Peace to

impose Fines upon Constables, Overseers, and other Peace or Parish Officers.

for Neglect of Duty, and on Masters of Apprentices for ill usage of such their

Apprentices; and also to make Provision for the Execution of Warrants of Dis-

tress granted by Magistrates.— [21st June 1793.) .....

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[ No. IV. ] 41 George III. c. 78.–An Act to extend the Powers of an Act passed

in the 'Twenty-seventh Year of the Reign of his late Majesty King George the

Second, intituled, “An Act for the better securing to Constables and others the

Expences of conveying Offenders to Gaol, and for allowing the Charges of Poor

Persons bound to give Evidence against Felons ;” and for allowing to High Con-

stables, in that part of the United Kingdom called England, their Charges in

certain Cases.- [27th June 1801.] ...

.... ib.

[ No. V.) 1 George IV. c. 37.–An Act to increase the Power of Magistrates in the

Appointment of Special Constables.--[8th July 1820.)

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[ No. VI. ] 5 George IV. c. 28.-An Act to amend an Act of the Third Year of his

present Majesty's Reign, for the appointment of Constables in Ireland.—[17th

May 1824.]

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[ No. VII. ] 7 & 8 George IV. c. 38.–An Act for discontinuing certain present-
ments by Constables.- [21st June 1827.) ...

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[ No. VIII. ) 9 George IV. c. 63.-An Act to amend two Acts of the Third and Fifth

Years of his present Majesty, for the appointment of Constables in Ireland.-

[15th July 1828.]

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