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TRADE OF IRELAND.

AN Account of the Value of all IMPORTS into, and of all EXPORTS from IRELAND, during each of the three Years ending the 5th January 1825 (stated exclusive of the Trade with GREAT BRITAIN).

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NAVIGATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.

NEW VESSELS BUILT.-An Account of the Number of VESSELS, with the Amount of their TONNAGE, that were built and registered in the several Ports of the BRITISH EMPIRE, in the Years ending the 5th January, 1823, 1824, and 1825, respectively.

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VESSELS REGISTERED.-An Account of the Number of VESSELS, with the Amount of their TONNAGE, and the Number of MEN and Boys usually employed in Navigating the same, that belonged to the several Ports of the BRITISH EMPIRE, on the 30th of September, in the Years 1822, 1823, and 1824, respectively.

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NAVIGATION OF THE UNITED KINGDON-continued.

VESSELS EMPLOYED IN THE FOREIGN TRADE.-An Account of the Number of VESSELS, with the Amount of their
TONNAGE, and the Number of MEN and Boys employed in Navigating the same (including their repeated Voyages)
that entered Inwards and cleared Outwards, at the several Ports of the United Kingdom, from and to all Parts of the
World (exclusive of the intercourse between GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND respectively) during each of the three
Years ending 5th January 1825.

Years ending

LIST OF GENERAL ACTS

Passed in the SIXTH Session of the SEVENTH Parliament of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland-6 Geo. IV. 1825.

I. AN Act for granting and applying

certain sums of money for the service of the year 1825. II. An Act for raising the sum of twenty millions by exchequer bills for the service of the year 1825. III. An Act to indemnify such persons in the United Kingdom as have omitted to qualify themselves for offices and employments, and for extending the time limited for those purposes respectively. IV. An Act to amend certain Acts relating to unlawful societies in Ireland.

V. An Act for punishing mutiny and desertion; and for the better payment of the army and their quarters. VI. An Act for the regulating of his majesty's royal marine forces while on shore.

VIL An Act for the further repeal

of certain duties of assessed taxes, and for granting relief in the cases therein mentioned.

VIII. An Act to amend and render more effectual an Act passed in the fifty-fifth year of the reign of his late majesty, for enabling spiritual persons to exchange their parsonage houses or glebe lands; and for other purposes therein mentioned. IX. An Act for continuing to his majesty for one year certain duties on personal estates, offices, and pensions in England; and also for granting certain duties on sugar imported; for the service of the year 1825.

X. An Act to facilitate the proceed. nigs before the commissioners of inquiry relating to courts of justice in Ireland.

XI. An Act to continue, until the twenty-fifth day of July 1826, an Act passed in the fifty-fourth year of the reign of his late majesty, for

rendering the payment of creditors more equal and expeditious in Scotland.

XII. An Act to prolong the time of the commencement of an Act of the last session of parliament, for ascertaining and establishing uniformity of weights and measures, and to amend the said Act.

XIII. An Act to reduce the duties on wine, coffee, and hemp, imported into the United Kingdom. XIV. An Act for applying the sum of ten millions five hundred thousand pounds out of the consolidated fund, for the service of the year 1825.

XV. An Act to explain and amend two Acts passed in the forty-third and forty-fourth years of the reign of his late majesty King George the Third, for making and maintaining an inland navigation, commonly called the Caledonian Canal, by establishing further checks upon the expenditure of public money for that purpose, in certain cases. XVI. An Act to amend the laws relating to bankrupts.

XVII. An Act to extend the provisions of an Act of the fifty-ninth year of his late majesty, concerning the disposition of certain real and personal property of his majesty, his heirs and successors. XVIII. An Act to make further provision for the payment of the crews of his majesty's ships and vessels.

XIX. An Act for the amendment of

the law as to the offence of sending threatening letters.

XX. An Act for fixing, until the twenty-fifth day of March 1826, the rates of subsistence to be paid to inn-keepers and others on quartering soldiers.

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XXI. An Act to amend an Act for the more effectual administration of the office of justice of the peace in and near the metropolis. XXII. An Act to regulate the qualification and the manner of enrolling jurors in Scotland, and of choosing jurors on criminal trials there; and to unite counties for the purposes of trial in cases of high treason in Scotland.

XXIII. An Act for the better regulation of the sheriff' and stewart and Burgh courts of Scotland. XXIV. An Act for the more easy recovery of small debts in the sherif courts in Scotland. XXV. An Act for defining the rights of capital convicts who receive pardon, and of convicts after having been punished for clergyable felonies; for placing clerks in orders on the same footing, with other persons, as to felonies; and for limiting the effect of the benefit of clergy.

XXVI. An Act for the consolidation

of the Royal Naval Asylum with the Royal Hospital for seamen at Greenwich, in the county of Kent. XXVII. An Act for extending to Scotland certain provisions of an Act for the relief of the poor, in so far as the same relate to parochial relief to Chelsea and other pensioners. XXVIII. An Act for granting rates of postage for the conveyance of letters and packets between Great Britain and Ireland, by way of Liverpool.

XXIX. An Act to repeal an Act

made in the second year of the reign of King William and Queen Mary, for the discouraging the importation of thrown silk.

XXX. An Act to amend an Act of the fourth year of his present majesty's reign, for the better administration of justice in the court of Chancery in Ireland.

XXXI. An Act to defray the charge of the pay, clothing, and contingent and other expenses of the disembodied militia in Great Britain and Ireland; and to grant allowances in certain cases to subaltern officers, adjutants, quartermasters, surgeons, assistant surgeons, surgeons mates, and serjeant majors of militia, until the twenty-fifth day of March 1826. XXXII. An Act to provide for the

application of monies arising in certain cases of assessments for land tax in Great Britain. XXXIII. An Act to repeal certain Acts relating to the governor and company of merchants of England trading to the Levant seas, and the duties payable to them; and to authorize the transfer and disposal of the possessions and property of the said governor and company, for the public service. XXXIV. An Act to empower the commissioners of his majesty's trea sury to purchase a certain annuity in respect of duties of customs levied in the Isle of Man, and any reserved sovereign rights in the said Island belonging to John duke of Atholl.

XXXV. An Act to render more effectual the several Acts for authorizing advances for carrying on public works, so far as relates to Ireland.

XXXVI. An Act for enabling the corporation of Pembroke to relinquish and convey to the commissioners of his majesty's navy the right of letting the stalls, sittings, and other conveniences in the market established in the town of Pembroke dock, and the right to the rents, tolls, and fees thereof. XXXVII. An Act to provide for the future assimilation of the duties of excise upon sweets or made wines, upon mead and metheglin, upon vinegar, and upon cyder and perry, in Great Britain and Ireland, and to continue the duty of excise on sweets or made wines in Great Britain until the fifth day of January 1826. XXXVIII. An Act for extending the jurisdiction of the commissioners acting in execution of an Act of the fifth year of his present majesty, for paving and regulating the Regent's park, together with the new street from thence to Pall Mall; and for other purposes relating thereto. XXXIX. An Act for granting certain powers and authorities to a company, to be incorporated by charter, to be called The Van Diemen's Land Company," for the cultivation and improvement of waste lands in his majesty's island of Van Diemen's Land, and for other purposes relating thereto.

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