An act to continue the duties for incouragement of the coinage of monies; and for relief of William late Lord Widdrington; and to prevent foreign lotteries being carried on in this kingdom; and for ascertaining the duties on bound books imported; and for issuing certificates and debentures for arrears due to five regiments, to be satisfied by annuities therein mentioned; and for discharging the duties of rock-salt lost on the rivers Weaver and Mercy; and for limiting the times of continuance of commissioners for forfeited estates in England and Scotland respectively; and for appropriating the supplies granted to His Majesty in this session of Parliament; and to rectifie misnomers and omissions of commissioners for the land-tax in the year one thousand seven hundred and twenty three.

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Public General Acts. 1722-1723. 9 Geo.I.c.19


[London : printed by John Baskett, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1723]

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