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Short Titles Act, 1896.

Ch 14.


Session and Chapter. Title. Short Title.
19 Geo. 2. c. 37. An Act to regulate Insurance on Ships belonging to the Subjects of Great Britain, and on Merchandises or Effects laden thereon. The Marine Insurance  Act, 1745.
20 Geo. 2. c. 30. An Act for allowing persons impeached of High Treason, whereby any Corruption of Blood may be made, or for Misprision of such Treason, to make their full Defence by Council. The Treason  Act, 1746..
20 Geo. 2. c. 42. An Act to enforce the Execution of an Act of this Session of Parliament, for granting to His Majesty several Bates and Duties upon Houses, Windows, or Lights. The Wales and Berwick  Act, 1746.
20 Geo. 2. c. 43. An Act the title of which begins with the words " An Act for taking away," and ends with the words " Two Kingdoms more complete." The Heritable Jurisdictions (Scotland)  Act, 1746.
20 Geo. 2. c. 50. An Act title of which begins words "An Act for taking away,"and ends with the Settlements in the Highlands." The Tenures Abolition  Act, 1746.
20 Geo. 2. c. 51. An Act ... to enable Heirs of Tailzie, Guardians, Tutors, Curators, and Trustees in Scotland to sell Lands to the Crown. The Sales to the Crown  Act, 1746.
21 Geo. 2. c. 19. An Act .... for abrogating the Practice of taking down the Evidence in Writing: in certain Criminal Prosecutions ; and for making some further Regulations relating to Sheriffs Depute and Stewarts Depute and their Substitutes; and for other purposes therein mentioned. The Sheriffs (Scotland)  Act, 1747.
21 Geo. 2. c. 34. An Act to amend and enforce so much of an Act made in the Nineteenth Year of His Majesty's reign as relates to the more effectual disarming the Highlands in Scotland .... ; and for other purposes therein mentioned. The Cattle Theft (Scotland)  Act, l747.
22 Geo. 2. c. 27. An Act the title of which begins with the words " An Act for the more effectual" and ends with the words "Payment of their Wages." The Frauds by Workmen Act  Act, 1748.