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Kilty's English Statutes, 1811
Volume 143, Page 267   View pdf image
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267                                                 A LIST OF STATUTES WHICH WERE APPLICABLE,                                            267
of the peace, and certain other his majesty's
officers, for the lawful execution of their office.

21 James 1.--1623.

    CHAP. 4.  An act for the ease of the subject
concerning informations upon penal statutes.
    CHAP. 12.  An act to enlarge and make perpetual
the act made for ease in pleading troublesome
and contentious suits, &c.  (Part.)
    CHAP. 13.  An act for the further reformation
of jeofailles.
    CHAP. 15.  An act to enable judges and justices 
of the peace, to give restitution of possession
in certain cases.  (Part.)
    CHAP. 16.  An act for limitation of actions, and
for avoiding suits at law.  (Part.)
    CHAP. 23.  An act for avoiding vexatious delays
caused by removing actions and suits out of 
inferior courts.  (Part.)
    CHAP. 24.  An act for the relief of creditors
against such persons as die in execetion.

12 Charles 2.--1660.

    CHAP. 24.  An act for taking away the court
of wards and liveries, and tenures in capite, and
by knight's service and purveyance, and for settling
a revenue upon his majesty in lieu thereof.

16 Charles 2.--1663.

    CHAP. 7.  An act against deceitful, disorderly
and excessive gaming.

16 and 17 Charles 2.--1664.

    CHAP. 8.  An act to prevent arrests of judgment,
and superseding executions.

17 Charles 2.--1665.

    CHAP. 7.  An act for a more speedy and effectual proceeding upon distresses and avowries for
    CHAP. 8.  An act for avoiding unnecessary suits
and delays.

19 Charles 2.--1667.

    CHAP. 6.  An act for redress of inconveniencies
by want of proof of the deceases of persons beyond
the seas, or absenting themselves, upon
whose lives estates do depend.  (Part.)

29 Charles 2.--1676.

    CHAP. 3.  An act for prevention of frauds and
perjuries.  (Part.)

2 William and Mary, St. 1.--1690.

    CHAP. 5.  An act for the enabling the sale of goods
distrained for rent in case the rent be not paid in
a reasonable time.

3 William and Mary.--1691.

    CHAP. 14.  An act for the relief of creditors,
against fraudulent devises.

4 and 5 William and Mary.--1692.

    CHAP. 16.  An act to prevent frauds by clandestine
    CHAP. 20.  An act for the better discovery of 
judgments in the courts of king's bench, common
pleas, and exchequer, at Westminster.

7 William 3.--1695.

    CHAP. 3.  An act for regulating of trials in cases
of treason, and misprison of treason.

8 and 9 William 3.--1697.

    CHAP. 11.  An act for the better preventing
frivolous and vexatious suits.
    CHAP. 27.  An act for the more effectual relief
of creditors in cases of escapes, and for preventing
abuses in prisons and pretended privileged places.
    CHAP. 31.  An act for the easier obtaining partition
of lands in coparcenary, joint tenancy, and
tenancy in common.  (Part.)

9 and 10 William 3.--1698.

    CHAP. 17.  An act for the better payment of
inland bills of exchange.

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