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1896.

Short Titles Act, 1896.

Ch. 14.

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Session and Chapter. Title. Short Title.
38 Geo. 3. c. 48. An Act to alter and amend so much of an Act passed in this present Session of Parliament, intituled" An Act for granting an "Aid to His Majesty by a Land Tax to be raised in Great Britain for the Service of the Year One thousand seven " hundred and ninety-eight" as relates to the Qualification of Commissioners. The Land Tax Commissioners  Act, 1798.
38 Geo. 3. c. 52. An Act to regulate the Trial of Causes, Indictments, and other Proceedings which arise within the Counties of certain Cities and Towns Corporate within this Kingdom. The Counties of Cities Act  Act, 1798.
38 Geo. 8. c. 60. An Act for making perpetual, subject to Redemption and Purchase in the Manner therein stated, the several Sums of Money now charged in Great Britain as a Land Tax for One Tear from the Twenty-fifth day of March One thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight. The Land Tax Perpetuation  Act, 1798.
38 Geo. 8. c. 69. An Act for allowing Gold Wares to be manufactured at a Standard lower than is now allowed by Law. The Gold Plate (Standard)  Act, 1798.
38 Geo. 3. c. 87. An Act for the Administration of Assets in cases where the Executor to whom Probate has been granted is out of the Realm. The Administration of Estates  Act, 1798.
39 Geo. 8. c. 34. An Act the title of which begins with the words "An Act for repealing" and ends with the words "Provisions for that purpose." The Partridges  Act, 1799.
39 Geo. 3. c. 37. An Act for remedying defects in the law respecting for remedying certain respecting offences committed upon the High Seas. The Offences at Sea  Act, 1799.
39 Geo. 3. c. 55. An Act for encouraging the Improvement of Lands subject to the Servitude of Thirlage in that Part of Great Britain called Scotland. The Thirlage  Act, 1799.
39 Geo. 3. c. 56. An Act to explain and amend the Laws relative to Colliers in that Part of Great Britain called Scotland. The Colliers (Scotland)  Act, 1799.