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tend the Time limited for the Sale of certain Parts of the said
Plantation; to enlarge the Powers of the Trustees; and to
extend the Boundary of the Town of St. George Eastward, to
include so much of the said Lands adjoining the same as may
be sold in small building Lots. [October 21, 1785.]

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page 60. An Act to amend and explain an Act, intituled, "An Act "for regulating the re-building of the Town of Saint George, "in the Parish of Saint George, in the Island of Grenada; for "preventing the Destruction of the same by Fire; for ascerItaining the Boundaries of the said Town; and making a "correct Plan of the same; for rendering the said Town more safe, healthy, and convenient, by alteration of some, and "the opening of other Streets; and for appointing CommisIsioners, with Powers to treat and conclude for the Purchase "of any private Property that may be affected by this Act, "and generally for carrying the same into Execution;' to authorize the Use of Patent Slate, Patent Tin Plates, or Patent Iron Plates, on the Roofs, Sides, and Ends of Wooden Houses; for limiting the Duration of Houses, the outside Walls or Ends whereof are composed of Wood, or covered with Shingles; and for the Purchase of certain Grants of Lands, being part of the Public Streets and Squares in the said Town of Saint George. [August 29, 1786.]

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An Act further to amend and explain "An Act for the Pre-
"servation of the Harbour and Bay of St. George, appointing
"Regulations to be observed by Masters of the Ships and other
"Vessels coming into and Anchoring therein, for empowering
"the Commander-in-Chief to appoint a Harbour Master, and
"for fixing his Salary." [April 6, 1790.]

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An Act further to explain and amend an Act intitled,
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"Act for establishing and regulating a Militia in this Island
"and Carriacou," to repeal the 41st Clause of said Act, and
also to repeal so much of "An Act for establishing Signal
"Posts, for erecting Batteries, and keeping the same in repair,
"impowering the Commander-in Chief to appoint Master-Gun-
"ners to take care of such Batteries, and fixing their Salaries,"
as allows Salaries to Master-Gunners of Batteries. [June 29,
1790.]
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An Act for re-establishing a Court of Common Pleas and a
Court of Complaints, directing the Modes of Proceeding there-
in, prescribing the Order of levying Executions issued out of
the Courts formerly subsisting, or hereafter to issue out of the
Courts hereby established, for limiting the Times of making
Sales of Effects levied on, and for regulating and restricting the
Conduct of the Secretary and Provost-Marshal in their respec-
tive Offices, and removing doubts with respect to the Expira-
tion of the former Act for re-establishing the said Courts.
[Dec. 23, 1790.]

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An Act to alter and amend an Act, intituled "An Act for "incorporating the Trustees and Directors of the Colony Hos"pital, and for vesting in them and their Successors, the Lands, Buildings, Ground and other Rents belonging to the said "Hospital Estate, and for confirming and enlarging their

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"Powers for the better Management and disposition of that
Charity." [Aug 23, 1791.]

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An Act for punishing Vagabonds, and idle and disorderly
Persons; and for declaring who shall be deemed such; and also
for repealing an Act of the Legislature of these Islands, made
and passed the twentieth day of February, One Thousand
Seven Hundred and Seventy, intituled, "An Act for punishing
"Rogues, Vagabonds, and other idle and disorderly Persons,
"and declaring who shall be deemed Rogues, Vagabonds, idle
"and disorderly persons; and another Act of the said Le-
gislature, made and passed the sixth day of February, One
Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety, intituled, "An Act for
"amending an Act intituled, An Act for punishing Rogues,

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Vagabonds, and other idle and disorderly Persons, and de"claring who shall be deemed Rogues, Vagabonds, idle and "disorderly Persons; "" and another Act of the said Legislature, made and passed the seventeenth day of April, Öne Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety-three, intituled, "An "Act to amend an Act intituled, An Act for punishing "Rogues, Vagabonds, and other idle and disorderly Persons, "and declaring who shall be deemed Rogues, Vagabonds, idle and disorderly Persons.'" [June 3, 1794.]

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page 118. An Act to attaint certain persons, therein named, of High Treason, unless they shall render themselves, and submit to justice, on or before the First Day of September, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety-five. [Aug. 8, 1795.]

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An Act to repeal an Act, intituled, "An Act for vesting in
"His Majesty the Estates of certain Traitors, and for more
effectually discovering the same, and applying the produce
"thereof to the use of His Majesty, and for ascertaining and
"satisfying the lawful debts and claims thereon and against
"the said Traitors," and also to repeal another Act, intituled,
"An Act to amend and enlarge or extend an Act, intituled, An
"Act for vesting in His Majesty the Estates of certain Trai-
"tors, and for more effectually discovering the same, and ap-
plying the produce thereof for the use of His Majesty, and
"for ascertaining and satisfying the lawful debts and claims
"thereon, and against the said Traitors," And to reduce into
one Act the several Clauses of the said Acts hereby repealed,
which are deemed necessary to be re-enacted, with such alter-
ations, amendments, and additions for supply of the defects
and omissions of the repealed Acts, as may best effectuate the
purposes intended by the said repealed Acts. [January 23,
1797.]
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An Act to confirm certain parts of the report made by the Commissioners appointed by the Governor, by virtue of an Act intituled, "An Act to empower Commissioners to be appointed as therein mentioned, to inquire into the state and "circumstances of certain lands, which formerly belonged to the Roman Catholic Church in the Island of Grenada, and by the cession of the said Island became, and are now, vested "in His Majesty," to ascertain the mode of establishing by what tenure the said lands shall in future be held, and to enable

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the Governor to appoint one, or more, Receiver, or Receivers,
with proper authority for collecting the arrears of rent due, as
well as to sell the vacant and lapsed lots. [October 4, 1800.]

page 122.
An Act for establishing a Supreme Court of Judicature, and
uniting therein the Jurisdictions of the several Courts of King's
Bench and Grand Sessions of the Peace and Common Pleas
heretofore established in this Island. [Oct. 4, 1800.] page 126.
An Act to alter and amend an Act therein mentioned, for
establishing a Court for hearing and determining Errors, so far
as the same relates to the number of Justices necessary to
compose the said Court. [January 26, 1801.]

page 129. An Act to ratify and confirm all such Verdicts and Assessments of Damages upon interlocutory Judgments by Default or Confession, or upon Demurrer, to substantiate all Proceedings had thereon, in Cases where final Judgments have been omitted to be entered, to render it unnecessary to enter Judgments at large, in certain Cases, and to regulate the Proceedings on Motions for setting aside Judgments. [May 19, 1801.]

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An Act to reduce into one Act, all the Laws, now in force,
relating to the establishment and regulation of a Militia in the
Islands of Grenada and Carriacou; and, to that end, to repeal
the said Laws, and to substitute, in their stead and place, this
present Act. [July 1, 1801.]

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An Act for reducing into one Act of the Legislature, the
several Laws relating to the Port and Harbour of Grenville, in
the Parish of Saint Andrew, in the Island of Grenada, and
for the better and more effectually preserving the same, and
for appointing Commissioners for that purpose, and for raising
Funds for defraying the Expenses thereof, and for repealing all
other Acts and Clauses of Acts relating thereto, and for other
purposes therein mentioned. [July 31, 1801.]
page 132.
An Act for the shutting up a certain Street in the Town of
St. George, called Shelburn-street, and for vesting the same in
John Ryburn, David Gibbs, Philip, Archibald Armstrong,
and William Mackie. [June 11, 1807.]
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An Act for Recording all the Laws that have passed the Le-
gislature of this Government, since the Eighteenth Day of
July, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Five, and all the
Laws hereafter to be passed, and also, all the Proclamations
hereafter to be made and issued in manner therein directed.
[September 16, 1807.]
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An Act to repeal "An Act for providing a Support for the
Clergy of these Islands;" "An Act to supply the Defects of
former Parish Registers, to compel the due and orderly Keeping
thereof in future, to prevent the Celebration of Marriage other-
wise than is therein directed, and to prescribe how Persons pro-
fessing the Roman Catholic Religion may have their Baptisms,
Marriages, and Burials, duly entered in the Parish Registers of
the established Church;" and "an Act to amend so much of
an Act entitled an Act for providing a Support for the Clergy
of these Islands, as relates to the Town and Parish of St. George

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and to provide a Support for the Clergy of this Government,
and other purposes. (December 11, 1807.)

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An Act to make the printed Collection of the Laws of
Grenada, lately published by the Chief Justice of this Colony,
legal Evidence in all Courts within these Islands. [March 15,
1809.]

page 159. An Act for raising a Tonnage Duty on all Ships and Vessels coming into and using the Harbour of Saint George, for the purpose of cleaning out and restoring the Depth of the same, when it hath become shoaled; and keeping clean and preserving such Depth of it in future, under direction of the Commissioners for the time being of that Harbour. [November 6, 1809.]

page 160. An Act for appropriating a small vacant Lot in that Part of the Town of Saint George, called the Bay, to the purposes of a public additional Shipping and Landing Place, for that Part of the said Town and Harbour; and for the vesting the same in the Commissioners appointed by the Act commonly called the Road Act. [August 1, 1810.]

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An Act for more effectually securing the Payment of certain
Debts contracted for the Use and Benefit of the Estates and
Plantations in this Island and its Dependencies, against the
Effect of Sales, or Disposal thereof, or change of Property there-
in, or the Death of Proprietors. [October 31, 1812.] page 163.

An Act to alter and amend certain Parts of an Act made and
passed in the Forty-eighth Year of the Reign of His present
Majesty, for providing a Support for the Clergy of this Govern-
ment, and other purposes therein mentioned, commonly called
the Clergy Act. [March 20, 1813.]

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An Act for laying and assessing certain Rates or Taxes on the Sugars made and manufactured on certain Estates in the Parishes of St. Andrew and St. Patrick, for the purpose of completing a Stone Bridge and Bridge-Way over the Great River in the Parish of St. Andrew, near the Paradise Ford, and for granting and appropriating a certain Sum in Aid thereof, and for appointing Commissioners to carry the same into effect. [July 15, 1814.]

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An Act for dividing the Parish of St. Mark, and uniting Part
thereof to the Parish of St. Patrick, and Part to the Parish of
St. John, and the Estate of Crochu in St. Andrew's to the
Parish of St. David, in so far only as regards the Militia and
Road Labour. [May 27, 1815.]

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An Act to confirm a Contract lately made by the Council and Assembly, with the Attorney of the Heir-at-Law of the late Alexander Scott, for the Purchase of a certain House and Premises called " York House," in the Town of St. George, to vest the same in Trustees for the purposes therein mentioned; and to provide for the Payment of the purchase Money, agreed to be given for the Purchase thereof. [August 18, 1817.] page 169.

An Act to authorize holding the Sittings of the Courts of Justice, and of the Legislature of these Islands, in the Building known by the name of York-House, during the rebuilding of the present Court-House. [September 30, 1817.]

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An Act to quiet Possessions, and for preventing vexatious
Suits at Law. [March 4, 1819.] Assented to by Order in
Council, dated Dec. 23, 1819, signified in Grenada, March 7,
1820.

page 171.

An Act for the more easy Recovery of Seamen's Wages. [Dec. 21, 1819.]

page 174.

An Act to repeal so much of an Act entitled "An Act for
"recording all the Laws that have passed the Legislature of
"this Government since the Eighteenth day of July, One Thou-
"sand Eight Hundred and Five, and also all the Proclamations
"hereafter to be made and issued, in manner therein directed,”
as relates to the examination of the said Acts by the President
of the Council, the Speaker of the Assembly, and the Secretary
of the Island, or his lawful Deputy; and to render valid the
Examination thereof by the Secretary or his lawful Deputy
only. [July 9, 1821.]

page 175.
An Act for reviving and making perpetual an Act intituled
"An Act for the more easy Recovery of Seamen's Wages.'
[October 9, 1822.]

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An Act for the Relief and Subsistence of Debtors confined in
Prison on Executions, and to oblige such Debtors to make a
Disclosure of their Property, and deliver up the same for the
Benefit of their Creditors. [July 12, 1823.]

page 177.
An Act to repeal part of the eighth Clause of an Act, intituled
"An Act for reducing into one Act of the Legislature, the
several Laws relating to the Port and Harbour of Grenville, in
the Parish of St. Andrew, in the Island of Grenada, and for the
better and more effectually preserving the same, and for ap-
pointing Commissioners for that purpose, and for raising funds
for defraying the expenses thereof, and for repealing all other
Acts and Clauses of Acts, relating thereto, and for other pur-
poses therein mentioned," as far as relates to the rates paid
upon produce, and for substituting other rates in lieu thereof.
[December 22, 1824.] Left to its operation by Order in Coun-
cil, dated 5th February, 1827.

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An Act to repeal so much of the Act intituled,
reduce into one Act, all the Laws now in force relating to the
Establishment and Regulation of the Militia in the Islands of
Grenada and Carriacou, and to that end to repeal the said
Laws, and to substitute, in their stead and place, this present
Act," in so far as relates to the days of meeting, or muster of
the several Regiments, and of the Troop of Light Dragoons.
[April 9, 1825.] Left to its operation by Order in Council,
dated 5th February, 1827.

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An Act for separating the Parishes of Saint John and Saint
Mark, from the Parish of Saint George, and the Parish of Saint
Patrick, from the Parishes of Saint Andrew and Saint David,
and for providing a Salary for the Minister to be appointed to
the Benefice of the united Parishes of Saint John and Saint
Mark. [13th September, 1825.]
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An Act to declare the Ecclesiastical Laws and Canons, now in
force, in England, in so far as they relate to the Ecclesiastical
Regimen of the Clergy, in force in these Islands. [14th March,

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