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5th of April, 1817, an act of the tenance and management of the 54th of his present Majesty, for poor. explaining and amending several An act to repeal an act made acts relating to spiritual persons in the 39th and 40th of his preholding of farms, and for en- sent Majesty's reign, entituled, forcing the residence of such “ An Act to extend the provisions persons on their benefices in of an Act made in the 17th of the England.
reign of king George the Second, An act to continue, until the entituled, “An Act to amend and Ist of August, 1817, two acts of ‘make more effectual the laws the 50th and 55th of his present relating to rogues, vagabonds, Majesty, allowing the bringing of and other idle and disorderly coals, culm, and cinders, to Lon- persons, and to houses of cordon and Westminster.
rection,'” and to make other An act for the more effectual provisions in lieu thereof. punishment of persons riotonsly An act to revive and continue, destroying or damaging buildings, until the 15th of June, 1817, an engines, and machinery, used in act of the 52d of his present and about colleries and other Majesty, for the more effectual mines, waggon-ways, bridges, preservation of the peace, by enand other works, used in con- forcing the duties of watching veying and shipping coals and and warding. other minerals ; and for enabling An act for enlarging the time the owners of such property to for making the award
respecting recover damages for the injury his Majesty's allotments under an sustained.
act of the 53d of his present MaAn act to amend an act of the jesty, for enclosing Windsor Fo53d of his present Majesty, for rest ; and for extending the prothe relief of insolvent debtors in visions of the said act. Ireland.
An act for making provision to An act to reduce the duty on defray the annual charge of any the exportation from Great Bri- loan of this session of Parliatain of small coals of a certain ment. description.
An act for allowing a drawback An act to amend two acts made of the duty on coals consumed in in the 53d of the reign of his lead mines in Cornwall. present Majesty, for opening a An act for authorizing the bamore convenient communication rons of the court of Exchequer in from Mary-le-bone Park to Cha- Scotland, to order the payınent of ring-cross, and for paving the a certain sum of money, to be streets to be made' in Mary-le- applied in completing the Crinanbone Park, and to enable his Ma- canal. jesty to grant small portions of An act to enable his Majesty to land as sites for public buildings, grant certain lands, tenements, or to be used as cemeteries, with- and hereditaments, escheated and in the bills of mortality.
devolved to his Majesty by the An act to repeal certain provi- dissolution of Hertford college, sions in local acts for the main in the university of Oxford, and
the site of the said college and An act to regulate the binding buildings thereon, to the chan- of parish apprentices. cellor, master, and scholars of the An act for establishing the use said university, in trust for the of an hydrometer, called Sikes's principal and other members of hydrometer, in ascertaining the Magdalen-hall, for the purpose of strength of spirits, instead of their removing to such site ; and Clarke's hydrometer. to enable the said chancellor, An act for enabling ecclesiasmasters, and scholars of the said tical corporate bodies, under ceruniversity, and the president and tain circumstances, to alienate scholars of Saint Mary Magdalen lands for enlarging cemeteries or college, to do all necessary acts church-yards. for such removal.
An act for granting to his MaAn act to extend the provi- jesty a certain sum out of the consions of an act of the 1st of the solidated fund of Great Britain, reign of James ist, entituled, and for applying certain monies
An Act for the better relief of therein mentioned for the service 'the creditors against such as of the year 1816, and for further shall become bankrupts.' appropriating the supplies granted
An act to abolish the punish. in this session of Parliament. ment of the pillory, except in certain cases.
From November 1815 to June 1916.
George Morton, for a mode of provement in the hooping of barattaching horses to four-wheeled rels. carriages.
William Adamson, for a prine Joseph Baader, M. D. Knt. of ciple by which a horizontal wheel Bavaria, for an improved plan of may be so moved about its axis constructing rail-roads, and car- hy water, as to give it a greater riages to be used on them. power than in any other posis
James Dutton, jun. for improve- tion. ments in fulling mills.
William Plenty, for an improved Allan Taylor, Daniel Gallafent, plough. sen. and jun. for an engine for John Millington, for improved raising cold and hot water. machinery for propelling floating
George Young, for a method vessels in the water. of making a peculiar species of John Budgem, for a process of canvas for military and other pur- reducing rags and other articles in poses.
making paper, after they have been John Malzi, for an instrument used, into their original state. called a metranome, or musical John Geo. Drake, for a method time-keeper.
of expelling the molasses out of Marquis de Chambonnes, for a refined sugar. method of conducting the air and William Baynham, for a comregulating the temperature in position for making leather and houses and other buildings. other articles water-proof.
Christopher Dihl, for improve- Joseph Manton, for improvements in distillation.
ments in the construction of fire. James Lee, for improvements arms, and in shoeing horses. in his inethods of preparing hemp Francis Turrell, for a wheeland flax.
guard. Samuel Clegg, for an improved George Fred. Muntz, for a megas apparatus.
thod of abating smoke, and obDavis Redmund, for a machine taining a valuable product therefor the manufacture of corks and from. bungs.
John Wood, and Joshua WordsRobert Kinder, for a method of worth, for improvements in mapropelling ships, boats, and other chinery for spinning. vessels.
Bryan Donkin, for a method Robert Dickinson, for an im- for effecting processes in which a temperature above that of boiling Henry Osborne, for a method of water is requisite.
producing various cylinders. John Leigh Bradbury, for im- William Lewis, for a machine provements in spinning ma- for fulling cloth. chinery.
Joseph Turner, for an improved P. F. Montgolfier, and H. D. rotary engine. Dayme, for improvements in a William Atkinson, for a method machine which acts by the expan- of forming blocks with bricks to sion or contraction of heated air. imitate stone.
P. F. Montgolfier, for improve- John Woodhouse, for a method ments on the machine called Hy- of forming the ground for roads draulic Ram.
and pavements. William and Daniel West, for William Stenson, for an immethods of applying power and proved engine to be worked by motion to presses and other me.
steam, &c. chanical apparatus.
William Lassalle, for a new conJames Dawson, for improved trivance for improvement in the means of producing inotion in construction of machines or inbodies wholly or in part sur- struments in clothing or other rounded by water or air.
manufactories. Enoch Tonkin, for a globe-re- George Bodley, for an improved flecting stove for light or heat. metallic engine, to work by steam
John and William Fitkin and or water. Joseph Burton, for a new truss. John Collyer, for a machine for
Samuel Jean Pauly, for an ar- shearing woollen cloths. ticle for making without seams John Rangeley, for improveany kind of clothing; covering ments in his hydropneumatic enfor umbrellas, &c.; and cushions gine. filled with atmospherical air. Robert Copeland, for saving in
Samuel Brown, for improve the consumption of fuel. ments on the swing plough.
William Threadgold, for a maRobert Cameron, for a new ma- chine to prevent obstructions to chine for manufacturing paper. the passage of smoke in chim
Emerson Douson, and John Is. nies. Hawkins, for improvements on Richard Banks, for improvegrates and stoves.
ments on wheeled carriages. Uriah Hadock, for a new spe- Benj Rotch, for a flexible elastic cies of paint for the exterior of horseshoe. houses, ships, &c.
Daniel Wilson, for improved William Macnamara, for a me- apparatus in distillation, thod of manufacturing glass. Thomas Roxton, for an improved
John Sorby, for an auger of lock. improved construction.
Jean Sam. Pauly, for improveJames Younie, for prevention of ments in fire-arms. smoky chimnies.
William Simmons, for improveAbraham Rogers, for a method ments applicable to keyed instrufor saving the consumption of ments. fuel by the setting of boilers, &c. Richard Fr. Hawkins, for a me
thed thod for carrying tunnels or arch- John Ransome, for improveways under rivers.
ments on ploughs. Philip Taylor, for a method of William Shand, for improveapplying heat to liquors, and in ments in the construction of artiseveral processes.
ficial legs and feet. Francis Richardson, for improve. John Foxlerton, for improve. ments in fire-arms.
ments in beacon buoys. Christoph. Dihl, for improve- Edward Light, for improve. ments in the making of mastic or ments on the harp-lute. . cement, and applying it.
John Burnet, for a convolving George Dodgson, for improving iron axle-tree for the reduction of the construction of extinguishing friction and animal labour. engines and forming pumps. John Hawkins Barlow, for im.
Isaac Hadley Reddell, for im- provements on tea-urns, tea-pots, provements in the means of light- tea-boards, or tea-trays. ing the interior of offices, &c. John Barlow, for a new cooking
Robert Kemp, for improvements apparatus. in the manufacturing of cocks and John Towers, for a tincture for keys.
the cure of coughs, &c. James Heathcoate, for improve- Henry Warburton, for a method ments in the machinery for making of distilling certain substances and hosiery, or frame-work knitted. manufacturing their products,