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1896.

Short Titles Act, 1896.

Ch. 14

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Session and Chapter. Title. Short Title.
2 Geo. 3. c. 27. An Act the title of which begins with the words " An Act for enabling the Judges" and ends with the words "not exceeding Twenty Days." The Court of Session Adjournment  Act, 1762.
3 Geo. 3. c. 15. An Act to prevent occasional Freemen from voting at Elections of Members to serve in Parliament for Cities and Boroughs. The Freemen (Admission)  Act, 1763.
4 Geo. 3. c. 10. An Act for the more easy Discharge of Recognizances estreated into His Majesty's Court of Exchequer. The Recognisances (Discharge;  Act, 1764.
5 Geo. 3. c. 17. An Act the title of which begins with the words "An Act to confirm all Leasee ", and ends with the words " and in arrear on Leases for Life or Lives.". The Ecclesiastical Leases  Act, 1765.
5 Geo. 3. c. 26. An Act the title of which begins with the words "An Act for carrying into execution" and ends with the words " therein particularly mentioned." The Isle of Man Purchase  Act, 1765.
5 Geo. 3. c. 49. An Act to prevent the inconveniences arising from the present Method of issuing Notes and Bills by the Banks, Banking Companies, and Bankers, in that part of Great Britain called Scotland. The Bank Notes (Scotland)  Act, 1765.
6 Geo. 3. c. 12. An Act for the letter securing the Dependency of His Majesty's Dominions in America upon the Crown and Parliament of Great Britain. The American Colonies  Act, 1766.
6 Geo. 3. c. 58. An Act the title of which begins with the words "An Act for altering the" Oath "and ends with the words "High Treason or Misprision of Treason." The Treason  Act, 1766.
7 Geo. 3. c. 9. An Act the title of which begins with the words "An Act for obviating Doubts" and ends with the words new Commission of the Peace." The Justices Oaths  Act, 1766.
7 Geo. 3. c. 21. An Act the title of which begins with the words "An Act to obviate Inconveniences" and ends with the words "qualified to act within the same." The Justices Quorum  Act, 1766.