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land, Ireland, August One thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, the several and the United Statutes and Acts, and Parts of Statutes and Acts, hereinafter Kingdom,

mentioned, specified, and set forth, shall cease and determine, repealed; viz.

and shall be repealed (except only so far as is hereinafter excepted and provided for); that is to say, the several Statutes and Acts, and Parts of Statutes and Acts, passed in the Parliament of England, hereinafter specified and set forth, and which by an Act

passed in the Parliament of Ireland in the Tenth Year of the English Acts, Reign of King Henry the Seventh, intituled An Act confirming 9H. S. st. 2. all the Statutes made in England, are in force in Ireland, namely, c. 10.

so much of a Charter or Statute made in the Ninth Year of the Reign of King Henry the Third, commonly called Charta de Foresta, as relates to the Punishment for taking the King's

Venison; so much of a Statute made at Westminster in the Third 3 Edw. 1. c. 2. Year of the Reign of King Edward the First, as relates to Clerks 15. & 20. taken for guilty of Felony, and to Trespassers in Parks and Ponds ;

so much of the same Statute as provides what Prisoners shall not

be replevisable, and what shall be so; a Statute made in the 21 Edw.l. st.2. Twenty-first Year of the same Reign, intituled Statutum de Male

factoribus in Parcis ; an Ordinance made in the Thirty-third Year 33 Edw.l. of the Reign of King Edward the First, commonly called An 1 Edw.3. st. 1. Ordinance for Inquests ; so much of a Statute made in the First

Year of the Reign of King Edward the Third, as relates to Tres

passes in the King's Forest of Vert and Venison; so much of a 25 Edw.3. st.6. Statute made in the Twenty-fifth Year of the same Reign, inti(vulgo st.s.) tuled Ordinatio

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Clero, as relates to Clerks convicted of c.4, 5.

Treasons or Felonies, and to the Arraignment of Clerks ; so much 34 Edw.3. of a Statute made in the Thirty-fourth Year, and of another c. 22.

Statute made in the Thirty-seventh Year of the same Reign, as 87 Edw.3. relates to Hawks; so much of a Statute made in the seventh c. 19.

Year of King Henry the Fifth, as relates to those that forge or 7 H. 5.

make untrue Charters or Muniments ; so much of a Statute made 9 H.5. st.5.

in the Ninth Year of the same Reign, as relates to Indictments

and Appeals in a non-existing Place; so much of a Statute made 8 H.6. c.12. in the Eighth Year of the Reign of King Henry the Sixth, as

relates to the Offences of Stealing, taking away, withdrawing, or

avoiding of any Record or other like Thing therein mentioned ; 23 H.6. c.9. so much of a Statute made in the Twenty-third Year of the same

Reign, as relates to Sheriffs, and other Officers and Ministers therein mentioned, letting out of Prison upon Sureties any Person

in Custody upon Indictment; so much of a Statute made in the 33 H.6. c.l. Thirty-third Year of the same Reign, as relates to Servants taking

and spoiling the Goods of their Masters after their Death ; an

Act passed in the First Year of the Reign of King Richard the I R.3. c. 3. Third, intituled An Act for bailing of Persons suspected of Felony;

an Act passed in the First Year of the Reign of King Henry the i H.7. c. 7.

Seventh, intituled An Act against unlawful hunting in Forests and

Parks ; so much of an Act passed in the Third Year of the same 3 H.7. c.3. Reign, intituled An Act that Justices of the Peace may

take Bail, as relates to Bail or Mainprize; an Act passed in the Fourth Year 4 H.7. c.13. of the same Reign, intituled An Act to take away the Benefit of

Clergy from certain Persons; and also the following Statutes and Irish Acts,

Acts, and Parts of Statutes and Acts, passed in the Parliament of 3 Edw. 2. c. 1. Ireland ; that is to say, an Act passed in the Third Year of the

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Reign of King Edward the Second, intituled An Act to restrain great Lords from taking of Prises, Lodging, and Sojourning, against the Will of the Owner ; an Act passed in the Eighteenth Year of the Reign of King Henry the Sixth, intituled An Act 18 H.6. c.3. that no Lord or other shall charge the King's Subjects with Horses, Horsemen, or Footmen, without their good Wills; the Offender a Traitor ; an Act passed in the Thirty-fifth Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act that every Man shall answer for the Offence of his 35 H.6. c.2. Sons, as the Offender ought to do, saving Punishment of Death ; an Act passed in the same Thirty-fifth Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act that Persons not amenable to the Law shall not enter, 35 H.6. c.3. distrain, rob, threaten, or kill any Tenants for any Lands or Tenements, contrary to the Common Law, but shall first show their Title to the Governor and Council, and thereupon have Licence to distrain or enter in peaceable Manner; an Act passed in the Fifteenth Year of the Reign of King Edward the Fourth, intituled An Act prohibiting Distresses to be taken contrary to the Common 15 Edw.4. c.1. Law; an Act passed in the Tenth Year of the Reign of King Henry the Seventh, intituled An Act that no Peace nor War be 104.7 c.17. made with any Man without a Licence of the Governor ; an Act passed in the Thirteenth Year of the Reign of King Henry the Eighth, intituled An Act for burning of Corn as well in Ricks in 19 H.8. c.1. the Fields as in Villages and Towns; an Act passed in the Twentyeighth Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act how Persons 28 H.8. c.10. robbed shall be restored to their Goods ; an Act passed in the First Session of the Thirty-third Year of the same Reign, intituled An. 33 H.8. st. 1. Act that maketh it Felony to any Man to run away with his Master's c.5. Casket; an Act passed in the Session of Parliament holden in the Third and fourth Years of the Reign of King Phillip and Queen Mary, intituled An Act that the Owners of Goods stolen 3 & 4 P.& M. may be restored thereunto; an Act passed in the Session of Par- c.6. liament holden in the Eleventh, Twelfth, and Thirteenth Years of the Reign of King James the First, intituled An Act for the 11, 12, 13 J. 1. taking away of Clergy in certain Cases of Felonies, and for Deli- c.3. verie of Clerakes Convict without Purgation, save and except so far as the said Act relates to any felonious Rape or Ravishment; an Act passed in the Second Session of the Tenth Year of the Reign of King Charles the First, intituled An Act appointing an 10 C.1. st.2. Order to Justices of Peace, touching the Bailment, committing, and c.18. taking Examination of Prisoners, &c.; an Act passed in the same Session, intituled An Act for the Tryall of Murders and 10C.1. st. 2. Felonies committed in several Counties, &c.; an Act passed in the c.19. same Session, intituled An Act to avoyde and prevent diverse Mis- 10C.1. st.2. demeanors in idle and lewd Persons in barking of Trees, &c.; an c.23. Act passed in the Third Session of the same Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act concerning Women convicted of small 10 C. 1. st.3. Felonies ; an Act passed in the Session of Parliament holden in c. 16. the Tenth and Eleventh Years of the same Reign, intituled An 10 & 11 C.1. Act for the limiting of peremptory Challenges in Cases of Treason c.9. and Felonies, &c.; an Act passed in the same Years of the same Reign, intituled An Act against ploughing by the Tayle, and pull- 10& 11C.1. ing the Wooll off living Sheep; an Act passed in the same Years c.15. of the same Reign, intituled An Act to prevent the unprofitable 10 & 11 C.1. Custom of burning of Corn in the Straw; an Act passed in the c.17. 9 Geo. IV.

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15 C.1. c.7.

9 W.3. c.7.

4 Ann, c.ll. 8.5.

8 Ann. c.8. 8.5,6.

9 Ann. c. 6. except s. 3. 8 & 9.

9 Ann. c.11. 8.3.

26.1. c.17. s. 19.

Fifteenth Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act concerning Clergy; an Act passed in the Ninth Year of the Reign of King William the Third, intituled An Act for taking away the Benefit of Clergy in some Cases ; so much of an Act passed in the Fourth Year of the Reign of Queen Anne, intituled An Act against Horse Stealing, and to prevent the buying and selling of stolen Horses, and for punishing all Accessaries to Felonies, as relates to Buyers or Receivers of Stolen Goods, or Accessaries to Felonies ; so much of an Act passed in the Eighth Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act for the encouraging the Discovery and apprehending of Housebreakers, as relates to Buyers or Receivers of stolen Goods, or to Harbourers of Burglars or Thieves ; an Act passed in the Ninth Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act for taking away the Benefit of Clergy in certain Cases, and for taking away the Book in all Cases, and for repealing Part of the Statute for transporting Felons, save and except such Part thereof as relates to the Offence of having carnal Knowledge of any Female Child, or as relates to Witnesses ; so much of an Act passed in the Ninth Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act to prevent the maiming of Cattle, as makes any Offence therein mentioned a Felony; so much of an Act passed in the Second Year of the Reign of King George the First, intituled An Act to empower Justices of the Peace to determine Disputes about Servants, Artificers, Day Labourers Wages, and other small Demands, and to oblige Masters to pay the same, and to punish idle ane disorderly Servants, as relates to the hereinbefore recited Act of the Thirtythird Year of the Reign of King Henry the Eighth; an Act passed in the Second Year of the Reign of King George the First, intituled An Act for making more effectual an Act, intituled, An Act to prevent the maiming of Cattle;' so much of an Act passed in the Fourth Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act for the preserving of all such Ships and Goods thereof which shall happen to be forced on Shore or stranded upon the Coasts of this Kingdom, as makes any Offence therein mentioned a Felony; so much of an Act passed in the Sixth Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act for the better and more effectual apprehending and transporting Felons and others, and for continuing and amending several Laws made in this Kingdom for suppressing Tories, Robbers, and Rapparees, as authorises the Punishment of Transportation instead of burning in the Hand or Whipping, and as relates to the Offence of taking Money or Reward for helping Persons to stolen Property; an Act passed in the First Year of the Reign of King George the Second, intituled An Act for preventing the embezzling of Goods under the Value of Forty Shillings by Servants, and the malicious Destruction of Engines and other Things belonging to Mines ; so much of an Act passed in the Third Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act for the more effectual preventing and further Punishment of Forgery, Perjury, and Subornation of Perjury, and to make it Felony to steal Bonds, Notes, or other Securities for Payment of Money, and

for the more effectual transporting Felons, Vagabonds, and others, as relates to the stealing or taking by Robbery of any Securities for Money therein enumerated; so much of an Act passed in the same Third Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act to prevent unlawful Combin

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2 G.1. c. 22.

4G. 1. c.4. s.5 & 6.

6 G.1. c. 12. s.3, 4, 5.

1 G.2. c.24.

3 G.2. c.4. s.2, S. & 6.

3 G.2. c.14. s. 7.

ations of Workmen, Artificers, and Labourers, employed in the several Trades and Manufactures of this Kingdom, and for the better Payment of their Wages, as also to prevent Abuses in making of Bricks, and to ascertain their Dimensions, as relates to the Of. fence of injuring or destroying any Goods, Wares, or Work; an Act passed in the Fifth Year of the same Reign, intituled An 5G.2. c.10.

Act for the more effectual punishing Stealers of Lead or Iron Bars fixed to Houses, or any Fences belonging thereunto ; an Act passed in the Seventh Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act for 76.2. c.8. the more effectual Discovery of Deer Stealers ; so much of an Act passed in the Seventeenth Year of the same Reign, intituled An 17 G.2. c.5. Act to amend and make more effectual the Laws to prevent the s.1, 2, 3. maiming, killing, and destroying of Cattle, and to prevent Frauds committed by Butchers dressing Meat for Sale, as makes any Offence therein mentioned a Felony; so much of an Act passed in the same Year, intituled An Act to take away the Benefit of 17 G.2. c.6. Clergy from any Person that shall, by Night or by Day-time, feloniously and privately steal any Goods out of any Shop, Warehouse, Tan Yard, Drying House, Cellar, or Outhouse, though not adjoining to any Dwelling House, or off of Quays, and to encourage Persons to apprehend such Felons and other Robbers, as makes any Offence therein mentioned a Felony; an Act passed in the Twentyfirst Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act for the more effec- 21 G.2. c.12. tual Punishment of Assaults with Intent to commit Robbery; so much of an Act passed in the Twenty-ninth Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act to prevent unlawful Combinations of 29 G.2. c.12. Tenants, Colliers, Miners, and others, and the sending of threatening s.3, 4. Letters without Names, or with fictitious Names subscribed thereto, and the malicious Destruction of Carriages; and for the more effectual Punishment of wicked Persons who shall maliciously set fire to Houses or Outhouses, or to Stacks of Hay, Corn, Straw, or Turf, or to Ships or Boats, as makes any Offence therein mentioned a Felony ; so much of an Act passed in the same Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act for promoting Public Credit, as makes any 29 G.2. c.16. Offence therein mentioned a Felony ; an Act passed in the Thirty- s. 3. first Year of the same Reign, intituled An Act for the more effec- 31 G.2. c.10. tual preventing Frauds and Abuses committed by Persons employed except 11. in the Manufacture of Hats, and in the Fustian, Cotton, Iron, Fürr, & 12. Wollen, Mohair, and Silk Manufactures of this Kingdom; and for continuing and amending an Act made in the Seventh Year of His present Majesty's Reign, intituled An Act to prevent Frauds

and Abuses in Bay Yarns exported to Great Britain,' save and except so far as the said Act relates to Yarn; an Act passed in the Seventh Year of the Reign of King George the Third, intituled An Act for the further Preservation of Woods and Timber 76.3. c.23. Trees ; an Act passed in the Session of Parliament holden in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Years of the same Reign, intituled An 13 & 14 G.3. Act for the more effectual proceeding against Persons standing mute c. 16. on their. Arraignment for Murder, Felony, or Piracy; an Act passed in the Session of Parliament holden in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Years of the same Reign, intituled An Act for the 15 & 16 G.3. encouraging the Cultivation, and for the better Preservation of c.26. except Trees, Shrubs, Plants, and Roots, save and except such Part s.l. 3. & 5. thereof as declares what shall be deemed Timber Trees, and

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c.33.

c.45.

c. 48. s.l. to 4.

except so far as relates to any Certificates therein mentioned; an 15 & 16 G.3. Act passed in the same Session of Parliament, intituled An Act

for the more effectual preventing the plundering of Ships or Vessels which may be wrecked or stranded on the Coasts of this Kingdom ; so much of an Act passed in the Session of Parliament holden in

the Nineteenth and Twentieth Years of the same Reign, intituled 19 & 20 G.3. An Act to prevent Combinations, and for the further Encouragement c.19. s.51

of Trade, as relates to breaking or entering by force into any House or Shop with any Intent in the said Act mentioned, and as relates to any wilful or malicious Injury to any Manufacture, or any Tools employed in the making thereof, or any Mill, Engine, or Device for the making or perfecting thereof, or to be em

ployed therein ; so much of an Act passed in the same Session 19 & 20 G.3. of Parliament, intituled An Act to prevent the detestable Practices c.37. s.5. of houghing Cattle, burning of Houses, Barns, Haggards, and Corn,

and for other Purposes, as relates to Searches and Search Warrants for stolen Lambs; so much of an Act passed in the Session of

Parliament holden in the Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth Years 23 & 24 G.3. of the same Reign, intituled An Act to amend the Laws for the c.39. s. 17,18. Encouragement of planting Timber Trees, as relates to any Con.

viction for a Second or Third Offence of cutting down, pulling up, barking, or otherwise destroying any Tree or Trees, or as relates

to any Felony ; an Act passed in the same Session of Parliament, 23 & 24 G.3. intituled An Act for the more easy Discovery and effectual Punish

ment of Buyers and Receivers of Stolen Goods ; an Act passed in 23 & 24 G.3. the same Session of Parliament, intituled An Act for the Amend

ment of the Law in relation to the Salvage of Ships and Goods stranded or in danger of perishing at Sea, save and except so far

as relates to Salvage; an Act passed in the Twenty-sixth Year 26 G.3. c. 37. of the same Reign, intituled An Act for the more effectual Punish

ment of Persons who shall attain or attempt to attain Possession of Money or Goods by false Pretences or by Threats ; and so much

of an Act passed in the Twenty-seventh Year of the same Reign, 27 G.3. c.30. intituled An Act for directing the Application of the Funds granted

by Parliament for promoting and carrying on İnland Navigation in this Kingdom, and for the purposes therein mentioned, as relates to any wilful and malicious Injury to any Works or Parts of any

Canal or Inland Navigation ; an Act passed in the same Year, 27 G.3. c.34. intituled An Act to prevent the stealing of Dogs; an Act passed in 27 G.3. c.52. the same Year, intituled An Act to punish more effectually Persons

who shall steal any old Lead, Iron Bars, or Rails, or Iron or Brass

Knockers ; so much of an Act passed in the same Year intituled 27 G.3. c.53. An Act for preventing the wilful Destruction of Turnpike Gates, s.l.

and for the better securing the Payment of Tolls at such Gates, as relates to any Injury to any Turnpike Gate, or to any other Thing

therein mentioned ; an Act passed in the Twenty-eighth Year of 28 G.3. c.37. the same Reign, intituled An Act for the better Preservation of

Sheep, and the more speedy Detection of Sheep-Stealers ; so much

of an Act passed in the Thirty-first Year of the same Reign, inti31 G.3. c.23.

tuled An Act to amend an Act, intituled · An Act to prevent the Practice of seducing Artificers and Manufacturers of this Kingdom, and of exporting the several Tools and Utensils made use of in preparing and working up the Manufactures thereof into Parts beyond the Seas,' as relates to any Apprentice or other

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