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Ch. 14.

Short Titles Act, 1896.

59 & 60 Vict.

Session and Chapter. Title. Short Title.
6 Anne, c. 12. An Act for rendering more effectual an Act passed in the First Year of Her Majesties Reign intituled An Act for the better preventing Escapes out of the Queen's Bench and Fleet Prisons. The Prison (Escape)  Act, 1706.
6 Anne, c. 24. An Act for discharging small Living from their First Fruits and Tenths and all Arrears thereof. The Queen Anne's Bounty  Act, 1706.
6 Anne, c. 40. An Act for rendring the Union of the Two Kingdoms more intire and complete. The Union with Scotland (Amendment)  Act, 1707.
6 Anne, c. 41. An Act for the Security of Her Majesties Person and Government and of the Succession to the Crown of Great Britain in the Protestant Line. The Succession to the Crown  Act, 1707.
6 Anne, c. 53. An Act for settling and establishing the Court of Exchequer in the North Part of Great Britain called Scotland. The Exchequer Court (Scotland)  Act, 1707.
6 Anne, c. 54. An Act, the title of which begins with the words "An Act to inlarge," and ends with the words "for Payment of their First Fruits." The Queen Anne's Bounty  Act, 1707.
6 Anne, c. 72. An Act for the more effectual Discovery of the Death of Persons pretended to be alive to the Prejudice of those who claim Estates after their Deaths. The Cestui que Vie Act,  Act, 1707.
6 Anne, c. 76. An Act for the avoiding of Doubts and Questions touching the Statutes of divers Cathedrals and Collegiate Churches. The Cathedral Statutes  Act, 1707.
6 Anne, c. 78. An Act, the title of which begins with the words "An Act to make further Provision for electing," and ends with the words "to serve in Parliament." The Scottish Representative Peers  Act, 1707.
7 Anne, c. 5. An Act for naturalizing Foreign Protestants. The Foreign Protestants Naturalization Act  Act, 1708.
7 Anne, c. 12. An Act for preserving the Privileges of Ambassadors and other publick Ministers of Foreign Princes and States. The Diplomatic Privileges  Act, 1708.