William III, 1695-6
An Act for continuing several Acts of Parliament. therein mentioned. [Chapter XXXVI. Rot. Parl. 7 & 8 Gul.III.p.9.n.5.]

Sponsor

History of Parliament Trust

Publication

Author

John Raithby (editor)

Year published

1820

Pages

154-155

Annotate

Comment on this article
Double click anywhere on the text to add an annotation in-line

Citation Show another format:

'William III, 1695-6: An Act for continuing several Acts of Parliament. therein mentioned. [Chapter XXXVI. Rot. Parl. 7 & 8 Gul.III.p.9.n.5.]', Statutes of the Realm: volume 7: 1695-1701 (1820), pp. 154-155. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46843 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


Highlight

(Min 3 characters)

19 & 20 Car. II. c.10. continued by 1 Jac. II. c. 13. and revived and continued by I W.& M.c.23.

further continued for 7 Years, &c. from 25th March 1696.

Whereas diverse temporary Laws which by Experience have been found useful and beneficial are near expiring therefore for continuing the same Be it enacted by the Kings most Excellent Majesty by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal & Co[m]mons in this present Parliament assembled and by the Authority of the same That an Act made in the Twentieth yeare of the Reigne of King Charles the Second intituled An Act for giving Liberty to buy and export Leather and Skinns tanned and dressed which Act was revived by an Act made in the First Yeare of the Reigne of the late King James which Acts were revived & continued by an Act made in the First Yeare of the Reigne of King William and the late Queen Mary intituled An Act for reviving Two former Acts for exporting of Leather for the space of Seven Yeares from the end of that Sessions of Parliament and from thence to the end of the First Session of Parliament then next ensuring shall be and are hereby continued and shall be in Force dureing the space of Seven Yeares from the Five and twentieth day of March in the Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety six and from thence to the end of the First Session of Parliament then next ensuing and no longer.

II. 16 & 17. Car.II. c. 2. revived and continued by 2 W.&M. Sess. 2. c.7.

made perpetual

And be it further, enacted by the Authority aforesaid That an Act made in the Sixteenth & Seventeenth Yeares of the Reigne of King Charles the Second intituled An Act for regulating the Measures and Prices of Coals which Act was revived & continued by an Act made in the Second Yeare of the Reigne of King William and the late Queen Mary intituled An Act for reviving a former Acts for regulating the Measures' & Prices of Coals from the First Day of December One thousand six hundred and ninety for the space of Seven Yeares and from thence to the end of the First Session of Parliament then next following shall be and are by virtue of this Act continued and shall be in force and be made perpetual.

III.4 W.& M. c.20. continued by 6 & 7 W.&M.c.14.

made perpetual.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That an Act made in the Session of Parliament held in the Fourth & Fifth Yeares of the Reigne of King William and the late Queen Mary entituled An Act for the better Discovery of Judgements in the Courts of Kings Bench Co[m]mon Pleas and Exchequer att Westm? which Act was continued by an Act made in the Sixth and Seventh Yeares of the said King and late Queen entituled An Act for continuing several Laws therein mentioned for one Yeare from the Twenty fifth day of March One thousand six hundred ninety foure and from thence to the End of the then next Session of Parliament shall be and are by virtue of this Act continued and shall be in force and [be (fn. 1) ] made perpetual.

IV. 4 W&.M. c.22.

made perpetual.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That an Acts made in the Fourth and Fifth Yeares of the Reigne of King William and the late Queen Mary entituled An Act for regulating Proceedings in the Crowne Office of the Court of Kings Bench att Westm? which was to continue and be in Force for Three Yeares from the Twenty fifth day of March One thousand six hundred ninety three and from thence to the end of the then next Session of Parliament shall be and is hereby continued and shall be in Force and be made perpetual.

Footnotes

1 interlined on the Roll.