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For better regulating the court of common pleas at Lancaster.
For granting a duty on penfions, &c. and duties on fugar, malt, tobacco and fnuff.
To extend the period limited for preference in the redemption of land-tax.
For enlarging the powers of acts for redemption of land-tax. For making perpetual and continuing feveral expiring laws.
To advance a fum for completing the improvements of Leith-harbour. To permit the importation of linfeed cakes, &c. in neutral fhips.
To direct the iffue of exchequerbills for relief of the merchants of Liverpool.
For raising money by lottery. For continuing the duties on malt.
For regulating marine forces while on fhore.
For accepting the fervices of additional volunteers from the militia.
To continue act for accepting offers of militia forces to be employed in Ireland.
For punishing mutiny and defertion.
For granting 200,000l. for reduction of national debt.
To prevent the embezzlement of naval ordnance and victualling flores.
To permit the importation of goods from America in neutral fhips. To continue acts relating to the admiffion of merchandize in neutral fhips.
For better prefervation of timber in the new foreft, and afcertaining the boundaries thereof.
To continue laws relating to Newfoundland judicature, neutral fhips, &c.
To continue and amend at 36 Geo. III. for better relief of the poor.
For erecting a lazaret on land, and making farther provifion refpecting quarantine.
To prohibit the exportation of rice for a time to be limited.
To confirm an agreement with the duke of Richmond for purchase of a duty on coals.
For granting a bounty on the importation of rye.
For repealing part of an act of laft feflion granting duties on falt petre.
prevent the making of fpirits in Scotland from grain.
To amend and make perpetual an act for recovery of fmall debts in Scotland.
To amend an act of laft feffion relating to the falaries of Scotch judges.
For repealing duties on Scotch diftilleries, and granting others.
To continue act 37 Geo. III. for punishing attempts to feduce feamen, &c.
For reducing the duties on fpirits diftilled from melafles or fugar, For granting additional duties of excife on fpirits and tea.
To amend ftamp acts. To prohibit the ufe of wheat in making ftarch,
[The meteorological table of the royal fociety, for 1800, and the fupplies granted by, and the bills pafled in, the fifth feffion of the laft parliament of Great Britain not being published when this part of the volume went hall appear in the concluding pages of it.]
PRICES OF STOCK FOR THE YEAR 1800.
N. B. The highest and lowest Prices of each Stock in the Courfe of any Month are put down in that Month. Bank 3 per. 3 do. 4p.ct. 5p.ct. 5p.ct. Long Short India India S. Sea Stock. c. red. conf. conf. Navy. 1797. Ann. ann. Stock. Bonds Stock ann.
A GENERAL BILL
CHRISTENINGS AND BURIALS,
From DECEMBER 10, 1799, to DECEMBER 9, 1800.
2409 Kill.d by falls and fe
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2 Killed themselves 29 cKilled by a cow
58. Headmould hot, horf Stoppage in the ftom- Killed by fighting 3
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and jaw locked
67 Swine pox
Tumor in the womb ofStarved
2 Vomiting and loofe Sprain
Cough and hooping- Lunatic
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There have been executed, in Middlefex and Surrey, 25; of which number 12 only have ten reported to be buried (as fuch) within the bills of mortality.
Meage from his Majefly to both Houses of Parliament, 21ft Jan. George R.
HE fupplies granted in the commencement of the prefent feffion having been calculated to provide only for the first months of the year, his majesty now recommends it to the house to make fuch farther provifion as they may judge neceflary under the prefent circum ftances, for the feveral branches of the public fervice, and for the vigorous profecution of the war; and his majefty has given directions that the proper eftimates for this purpofe fhould be laid before the house.
His majefty has thought proper on this occafion to direct that there fhould be laid before this houfe copies of communications recently received from the enemy, and of the
anfwers which have been returned thereto by his majesty's command.
His majefty entertains the fulleft confidence that thofe anfwers will appear to this houfe to have been conformable to that line of conduct which was required from his majefty on this occafion, by his regard to all the most important interefts of his dominions; and his majefty having no objećt more at heart than that of contributing, as foon as the Situation of affairs fhall render it practicable, to the establishment of
the general tranquillity of Europe, on a fure and folid foundation, and of providing effectually for the fe curity and permanent profperity of his faithful people, places a firmi reliance on the continued fupport of his parliament, and on the zeal and perfeverance of his fubjects, in fuch meafures as may belt tend to confirm the fignal advantages which have been obtained to the common caufe in the courfe of the laft campaign, and to conduct the great conteft in which his majefty is engaged to a fafe and honourable conclufion.
Meffage from the King to the Honfe of Lords, 2d April.
IT is with the most fincere fatif
faction that his majefty finds himfelt enabled to communicate to this houfe the joint address of his lords and commons of Ireland, laying before his majefty certain refolu tions which contain the terms propofed by them for an entire union between the two kingdoms. His majefty is perfuaded that this house will participate in the pleasure with which his majefty obferves the conformity of fentiment manifefted in the proceedings of his two parlia