Acts of the Parliaments of Great Britain
Part 10 (1727-1736)
1727 (1 Geo. 2 St. 2). 1
c. 1 Robert Ellison: enabling him to take the surname Carre, according to the will of his uncle Francis Carre.
c. 2 Naturalization of AbrahamWesselow.
c. 3 Naturalization of Oldenburgh, Dumoustier and others.
c. 4 Settlement of a jointure on Countess of Shaftesbury in lieu and bar of her dower at common law.
c. 5 Lord George Bentincke's estate: enabling his guardians to make leases of houses, grounds and tenements in Soho during his minority for making
provision for his maintenance.
c. 6 Estate of Sir William Davie (deceased): confirmation of partitions among his coheirs and settling the shares to the uses prior to partition.
c. 7 William and Mary Bromley's estate: vesting the estate at Sundon (Bedfordshire) in trustees to be sold pursuant to an agreement in their marriage settlement.
c. 8 Christopher Crowe's estate: enabling him to sell or dispose of Woodford Hall (Essex) and the lands and hereditaments at Woodford, he having settled land and hereditaments in Yorkshire of greater value to the same uses.
c. 9 Estate of Anna Elizabeth Bealing (an infant about four years old): enabling the guardians appointed by the Act to grant building leases of messuages, grounds and hereditaments in or near the parish of St. Andrew Holborn (Middlesex).
c. 10 Granville Wheler's estate: vesting manor of Shirfield and lands and hereditaments in Hampshire in trustees discharged of the uses in a former settlement, he having settled an estate in Kent to the same uses.
c. 11 Thomas Brown's estate: enabling him to grant building leases of his estate in Manchester (Lancashire).
c. 12 Cherrington (Gloucestershire) inclosure.
c. 13 Naturalization of John Lanove.
c. 14 Grafton (Northamptonshire) inclosure.
c. 15 Earl of Buchan's estate: vesting in trustees lands in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and York.
c. 16 Enabling the Treasury to compound with George Townsend, Montague Bacon, John Atwood and John Burton, late Commissioners for licensing Hawkers, Pedlars and Petty Chapmen for a debt owed to the Crown.
c. 17 Enabling the Treasury to compound with Thomas Hammond and his sureties for a debt due to the Crown for customs on tobacco and wines.
c. 18 Sir Halfwell and Dame Mary Tynte's estate: vesting in trustees to be settled to the uses in their marriage articles.
c. 19 Estate of Sir John Wittewronge (deceased): vesting the estate in Buckinghamshire in trustees to enable them to convey it to the Dowager Duchess of Marlborough, the purchaser thereof under a decree of the High Court of Chancery.
c. 20 Charles Howard's estate: empowering him to sell or mortgage the manors of Walden, alias Chipping Walden and Brook Walden and other lands for payment of the late Charles, Earl of Suffolk and Bindon's debts.
c. 21 Making more effectual a deed of appointment made by Frederick Tilney (deceased) with respect to £20,000 and settling the same for certain purposes.
c. 22 Estates of William and Katherine Scourfield and William (the younger) and Anne Scourfield: vesting in trustees to certain uses.
c. 23 Relief of Hyancinthus Nugent.
c. 24 Discharge of an incumbrance on the lands of Donoghmore, part of the Bishopric of Cloyne.
c. 25 Vesting part of the glebe belonging to the rectory of Overstone (Northamptonshire) in Henry Stratford to enable inclosure, and other provisions.
c. 26 Overton, Longville and Botolph's Bridge (Huntingdonshire) inclosure.
c. 27 Francis Sheldon's estate: sale of part for payment of debts and incumbrances.
c. 28 Vesting an undivided fifth part of a leasehold estate in Crondall (Hampshire) in trustees to be sold, other estates to be purchased and settled in lieu from the proceeds.
c. 29 Enabling James Fox and others to make leases of the estate in Surrey, devised
to him by Frances late Viscountess Lanesborough, and sale of Bridge House Farm,
part of the estate, other lands in the county to be purchased and settled in lieu from
c. 30 Estate of John Nicholls (deceased) in Cornwall: sale of part for payment of debts and legacies, and other provisions.
c. 31 Naturalization of James Delerme.
1728 (2 Geo. 2).
c. 1 Naturalization of Peter Frere Brotherson.
c. 2 Exemplifying wills of James and John, Earls of Anglesey and making them evidence in courts of Britain and Ireland.
c. 3 Thomas Scawen's and others' estates: power to make leases of manors and lands in Cornwall, according to the custom of the county and of the manors
in which they lie.
c. 4 Naturalization of Peter Lapierre, John Benezet, Stephen Teissier, Godfrey Schreve and others.
c. 5 Naturalization of John Dillenius, Bridget Pollard and John Elout.
c. 6 Naturalization of James Passano.
c. 7 Sale of two undivided fourth parts of the manors and lands of and in Steane (Northamptonshire), the inheritance of Lady Mary Grey and Jemima Campbell, and purchase and settlement of an entire estate from the proceeds.
c. 8 John Earl of Grandison and James Lord Villier's estates: settlement pursuant to an agreement made before Lord Villier's marriage.
c. 9 Richard Viscount Molyneux's estate: sale of part of the settled estate in Lancashire for payment of debts and father's incumbrances and making provision for siblings, and settlement of other lands in lieu.
c. 10 Enabling Henry Chaytor to limit a jointure to a wife, and to let leases for 21 years of his estate at Croft (Yorkshire).
c. 11 Robert Colesworth's estate: sale of part held by lease of Bishop of Durham for payment of debts.
c. 12 More effectual execution of an Act concerning Henry Grey's estate
(1725 (12 Geo. 1) (c. 27)).
c. 13 Vesting messuages, lands and tenements in Stoke Canon (Devon) intrustees
to be sold for the payment of the debts of Bamfyld Rodd (deceased).
c. 14 Thomas Lamplugh's estate: vesting in him in fee simple the rectory of Felkirk (Yorkshire) being leasehold for 3 lives, comprised in his marriage settlement, and settling other fee simple lands of better value in Potto (Yorkshire) to the same uses.
c. 15 Henry Perrot's estate: vesting manors and lands in trustees free from the charges of his marriage settlement on his settling other estates of greater value to
the same uses.
c. 16 Walter Radcliffe's estate in Devon and Somerset: sale of part and settling of other lands in Devon to the same uses.
c. 17 Estate of Godfrey Boate (deceased): vesting in trustess to be sold for payment
c. 18 William Carter's estate: sale of lands in Denbighshire, Flintshire and Caernarvonshire and settling of others in Lincolnshire.
c. 19 Chipping Barnet (Hertfordshire) inclosure and poor relief.
c. 20 Vesting advowson of Brafferton vicarage (Yorkshire) in His Majesty, in exchange for advowson of Bishopthorpe vicarage (Yorkshire) thereby vested in the Archbishop of York.
c. 21 William Greyham's estate: enabling him to make leases of parts of his estate in counties Louth, Meath and Drogheda.
c. 22 Elsdon (Northumberland) inclosure.
c. 23 Exemplifying the will of Edmund Warneford and making it evidence in all courts of law and equity.
c. 24 Estate of Thomas Ridler (a lunatic): enabling the estate's committee, Kinard de la Bere, to sell part of his personal estate for payment of debts.
c. 25 Hadleigh (Suffolk) inclosure and poor relief.
expld. and am.- Hadleigh incl. and poor relief amdt. 1732 (c. 24).
c. 26 Enabling James Moore and his issue male to take the surname Smythe, according to the will of William Smythe, and vesting in trustees £2,316 16s. 10d. South Sea Annuities, part of William Smythe's estate, to be sold for certain purposes.
c. 27 Thurnscoe (Yorkshire) inclosure.
c. 28 Confirming exchanges, allotments, divisions and inclosures of lands in Wick Rissington (Gloucestershire) and establishing a yearly payment to rector in lieu of tithes.
c. 29 Humfrey Warley Birch: enabling him and his issue male to take the surname
Wyrley, pursuant to the deed of settlement made on the marriage of Peter Birch
to the daughter of Humfrey Wyrley (deceased).
c. 30 Arthur Geoghegan alias Stafford: change of name to Stafford only.
c. 31 Divorce of Thomas Cobb from Rachel Krebbs, and other provisions.
c. 32 Naturalization of John Jullian and Isaac Panchaud.
1729 (3 Geo. 2).
c. 1 Naturalization of Paul Torras and others.
c. 2 Naturalization of Herman Broyel.
c. 3 Claughton (Lancashire) inclosure.
c. 4 Lillington (Warwickshire) inclosure.
c. 5 Mixbury (Oxfordshire) inclosure.
c. 6 East Wellow (Hampshire) inclosure and poor relief.
c. 7 Horninghold (Leicestershire) inclosure.
c. 8 Vesting manor of Oakley and other lands in Buckinghamshire in trust for Charles Lord Cadogan and settling others in Oxfordshire and Berkshire of equal value to the same uses.
c. 9 Naturalization of Nicholas Lewis Well and others.
c. 10 Obliging the Duke and Duchess of Beaufort and her children to take the additional surname and bear the arms of Scudamore, pursuant to a settlement made by James late Lord Scudamore and vesting in the Duke in fee the manors of Wickhall and Ditton Camois and lands in Cambridgeshire, late the estate of Lord Scudamore, in lieu of the portion provided by him for his daughter, the said Duchess, and other provisions.
c. 11 James Cavendish's estate: vesting the manor of Claxby and other property in Lincolnshire in trustees to be sold for discharging £4,200 secured on those and other lands.
c. 12 Estate of Richard late Earl of Ranelagh: vesting lands in Middlesex and Berkshire in trustees to be sold for certain purposes.
c. 13 Welsbourne Mountfort (Warwickshire) inclosure.
c. 14 Sale of manor of Hickling and other lands in Nottinghamshire entailed by the will of Margaret, Dowager Duchess of Newcastle, and purchase and settlement of another estate from the proceeds.
c. 15 Enlarging Sir Charles Mordaunt's power to make a jointure.
c. 16 Sir James Lumley's estate: vesting in trustees to be sold or mortgaged for payment of debts.
c. 17 Enabling trustees to make leases of the estate late of Sir William Dodwell, deceased, during the infancy of Mary Dodwell, and other provisions.
c. 18 Repealing part of an Act concerning Moyle Breton's estate (1726 (13 Geo. 1) (c. 15)).
c. 19 Confirming a conveyance and surrenders of certain lands by Roger and Jemima Satisfatt (infants) to Edward Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.
c. 20 Restraining Thomas Jervoise from marrying, aliening, disposing of or incumbering his estate during his lunacy and for raising portions for his sister's children.
c. 21 Relief of Dame Elizabeth Dudley in relation to an estate in Ireland, forfeited to the Crown, during the lifetime of William Kennedy, her great uncle.
1730 (4 Geo. 2).
c. 1 Enabling Edward Southwell to take the oaths in Britain and to qualify himself for the legal enjoyment of the offices of Principal Secretary of State and Keeper of the Signet and Privy Seal of Ireland.
c. 2 Naturalization of Philip Jacob de Neufville and others.
c. 3 Bishop's Tachbrook (Warwickshire) inclosure.
c. 4 Richard Claridge: enabling him and issue to take the surname Turner.
c. 5 Naturalization of Hieronymus de Salis.
c. 6 Naturalization of Catherina Godolphin.
c. 7 Naturalization of Mary Anne de la Fontaine.
c. 8 Vesting lands in James Duke of Chandos in pursuance of an agreement made on his son Henry Marquis of Caernarvon's marriage.
c. 9 Nuneaton and Attleborough (Warwickshire) inclosures.
c. 10 Prestbury (Gloucestershire) inclosure.
c. 11 John Shafto's estate: provision for a future wife and younger children.
c. 12 Sale of the estate in Buckinghamshire late of Mary Clayton, entailed by her will, for payment of debts and legacies and purchase and settlement of other lands to the like uses.
c. 13 Naturalization of Isaac Lacam, Peter Korten and others.
c. 14 Charles Duke of Grafton's estate: sale of lands in Surrey and settling of others in lieu.
c. 15 Thomas Taylor's and Maurice Shelton's estates: sale of lands in Suffolk and settling others.
c. 16 Making divisions, inclosures and allotments in Catwick (Yorkshire) and establishing a yearly payment to the rector there in lieu of tithes.
c. 17 Exchange of the parsonage house and glebe of Biscathorpe (Lincolnshire) for lands belonging to the lord of the manor and recompense to the rector in lieu of his tithes, to enable the lord of the manor to inclose the common fields.
c. 18 Lower and Upper Slaughter (Gloucestershire) inclosure.
c. 19 Manor of West Broughton in Dovebridge (Derbyshire) inclosure.
c. 20 Sir Hungerford Hoskyn's estate: vesting certain estates in trustees to be sold for payment of debts, his father's incumbrances and portions for siblings.
c. 21 Exchange of estates between Lancelot Archbishop of York and John Aislabie.
c. 22 Enabling Frances Arundell and George Henry, Earl of Litchfield, guardian of Mary Arundell (an infant) to grant and fill up leases of estates of Mary and Frances Arundell in Cornwall and Dorset.
c. 23 Exemplifying Henry Lord Herbert's will and making it evidence in all law courts in Great Britain and Ireland.
c. 24 Exemplifying Henry Bagenall's will and making it evidence in all law courts in Great Britain and Ireland.
c. 25 Confirming agreements for exchange of lands between Edmund Halsey, deceased, and the patron and vicar of Stoke Poges (Buckinghamshire).
c. 26 Thomas Player's estate: sale of part for payment of debts, incumbrances and legacies.
c. 27 Sale of the estates of Edward Standen (deceased) at Arborfield [Berkshire] and elsewhere for payment of debts.
c. 28 Lucy and John (her son) Bowry's estate: sale of lands in Edmonton and Tottenham (Middlesex) for discharge of incumbrances.
c. 29 Robert Westby's estate: sale of part in Lancashire for payment of debts and father's and brother's incumbrances.
c. 30 Enabling Reymunde Putt to make and fill up leases of Sir Thomas Putt's estates in Devon, Dorset and Somerset.
c. 31 Vesting in John Inglis, executor of George Heriot, lands in Hampshire mortgaged in fee by Charles Bulkley to the testator, in trust for purposes mentioned.
c. 32 Godfrey Kneller Huckle: enabling him to take the surname Kneller.
c. 33 Naturalization of Ernst Bardewieck.
1731 (5 Geo. 2).
c. 1 Naturalization of Leonard Lockman.
c. 2 Naturalization of Agnes Coussmaker.
c. 3 Naturalization of Thomas and Joseph Malan and others.
c. 4 Montague Earl of Abingdon's estate: sale of lands in Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire for payment of debts and incumbrances.
c. 5 Sale of manors of Kemble and Poole (Wiltshire), late the estate of Henry Poole, deceased.
c. 6 Little Kineton (Warwickshire) inclosure.
c. 7 Advancing and applying £4000, part of Dame Anne Drake's portion, and leasing of lands in Devon for lives, according to the custom of the county.
c. 8 Vesting conduits, springs and waters in Hyde Park in trustees for the benefit of His Majesty.
c. 9 Exchange of the right of presentation to the rectory of Wimborne Allhallows and vicarage of Loders and uniting the rectories and parishes of Wimborne St. Giles and Wimborne Allhallows (Dorset).
c. 10 Enlargement of Paddington churchyard (Middlesex).
c. 11 Enabling Richard Lord Viscount Molesworth and brothers to make leases or grants of land in Dublin.
c. 12 Sir William Stanhope's estate: sale of lands in Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire and settling other lands in Warwickshire of greater yearly value to the same uses, and other provisions.
c. 13 Making effectual an agreement between Sir Ralph Hare and brothers to raise money on part of his entailed estate and settling other lands not entailed in lieu.
c. 14 Empowering Sir Robert Furnesse to transfer and pay Richard Edgecombe certain government securities and monies and settling lands of equal value upon the same trusts.
c. 15 Estate of Sir William Gerrard (a lunatic): sale of part for payment of debts.
c. 16 John Lambe's estate: vesting part in trustees for raising money for discharge of debts, incumbrances and mortgages.
c. 17 Making leases of the estates late of Thomas Strangeways and Elizabeth Duchess of Hamilton (both deceased) and applying the proceeds for purposes mentioned.
c. 18 Estate of Thomas Mitchell (deceased): sale of lands in Warwickshire for payment of debts and provision for widow and children.
c. 19 Surtees Swinburne's estate: raising money for portions for his younger sons and payment of Cuthbert Swinburne's debts.
c. 20 Robert Abbot's estate: sale for payment of debts, incumbrances and provision for wife and son.
c. 21 John Congreve's estate: rectifying mistakes in a settlement and vesting his seat and estate in Stretton (Staffordshire) in trustees to be sold for payment of debts and purchasing another estate more suitable to the occasions of his family.
c. 22 Sir Eusebius Buswell's estates: sale of lands in Staffordshire, Leicestershire, Rutlandshire and Northamptonshire for payment of debts.
c. 23 Exchange of lands between Henry Bromley and Pembroke Hall, Cambridge.
c. 24 Confirming and rendering effectual an agreement made between John West, on behalf of Mary and Frances his daughters, Sir Francis Vivyan and Mary Erisey.
c. 25 John Francis' settled estate: charging with the payment of his father's debts and legacies and settling another estate of greater value to the uses of his marriage settlement.
c. 26 Barbara and Frances Mill's estate: vesting two undivided fourth parts of manor of Greatham and other lands in Sussex in trustees to enable them to join in the sale of the entire manor and lands for raising portions for them and their sisters.
c. 27 Joseph Gace's estate: sale of part for payment of debts and incumbrances.
c. 28 Sir William Morrice's estate: sale of lands in Padstow (Cornwall) and settling others of better value to the same uses.
c. 29 Vesting in Mary Hall lands and manors in Bedlington and Chester-le-Street (Durham) for sale and thereby performing trusts mentioned in Anne Hancock's will.
c. 30 Correction of a conveyance made by Charles and Sarah Lloyd and Charles (junior) and Jane Lloyd and sale of lands in Montgomeryshire, and other provisions.
c. 31 Puriton or Pirton (Wiltshire) inclosure.
c. 32 Staunton (Wiltshire) inclosure.
c. 33 Enabling the Treasury to compound with Thomas Tomkins, cashier to the late commissioners for licensing hawkers, pedlars and petty chapmen, for an arrear owed to the Crown.
c. 34 Naturalization of Nicholas Haijman.
c. 35 Naturalization of Joseph Guinand, David Dumouchell and others.
1732 (6 Geo. 2).
c. 1 Welsborne Hastings and Newbold Pacy (Warwickshire) inclosures.
c. 2 Exemplifying the marriage settlements of Henry late Earl of Thomond and the present Earl of Thomond and making them evidence in all Irish courts.
c. 3 Barston (Warwickshire) inclosure.
c. 4 Francis Sheldon's estate: discharging lands in Aberton (Worcestershire) from the trusts of a former Act and vesting an estate in Gloucestershire in trustees for the same purpose.
c. 5 Naturalization of Justus Gerhard, Paul L'Hospital, William Hamburger and others.
c. 6 Chipping Warden (Northamptonshire) inclosure.
c. 7 Buckland Newton or Buckland Abbas (Dorset) inclosure.
c. 8 Aston Magna (Worcestershire) inclosure.
c. 9 Enabling Viscountess Gage and her trustees and Thomas Whorwood to purchase lands of inheritance with proceeds of sale of estates in Berkshire.
c. 10 William Lord Abergavenny's estate: sale of manors of Kidderminster Borough and Kidderminster Foreign and purchase and settlement of another estate from the proceeds.
see: Settlement of a capital messuage, lands and hereditaments in East Grinstead 1743 (c. 13).
c. 11 Griffith Davies' and Arthur Dagget's estate: vesting lands in Hothorpe (Northamptonshire) in trustees to such uses as the manor of Hothorpe is settled, and for other purposes.
c. 12 Confirmation of articles of agreement between Lord Archibald Hamilton, George Earl of Macclesfield and others, trustees of a charity, for vesting in George Earl of Orkney lands in Berkshire upon certain trusts.
c. 13 Enabling William Lord Widdrington to sue or maintain any action despite his attainder, and removing any disability in him to inherit any real or personal estate which may come to him, or which he was entitled to in reversion or remainder before his attainder.
c. 14 Explaining and amending an Act concerning Duke of Atholl's estate
(1714 (1 Geo. 1) (c. 34)).
c. 15 William Savory's estate: sale of part of the paternal estate comprised in his marriage settlement to discharge the incumbrances on the more valuable part of the estate comprised in that settlement, for the benefit of his issue by Mary his late wife.
c. 16 Rendering more useful and preventing potential inconveniences arising from a covenant in George Pitt's marriage settlement and for making effectual the agreements made by parties for that purpose contained in a recent indenture of settlement.
c. 17 Thomas Prestwood's estate: sale of lands in Devon for discharge of an incumbrance.
c. 18 Thomas Warden: enabling him and his heirs and others to use the surname Sergison.
c. 19 Empowering Sir John and Charles Tynte and their sons to make leases of estates in Sir Halswell Tynte's settlement.
c. 20 Estate of Thomas Erle Drax (an infant): leases of manors and lands in Wiltshire.
c. 21 Divorce of John Rudd from Lettice Vaughan, and other provisions.
c. 22 Thomas Bawtry's estate: settlement in his surname and blood and making his will more effective for that purpose.
c. 23 Division of site of dissolved monastry of Bellalanda, alias Byland, and other lands in Yorkshire amongst Thomas Holles Duke of Newcastle, Philip Dorner Earl of Chesterfield and Gervase Scrope.
c. 24 Explanantion and amendment of Hadleigh (Suffolk) inclosure and poor relief (1728 (2 Geo. 2) (c. 25)).
c. 25 Naturalization of Jean Lamotte and George Hasenfeller.
c. 26 Confirmation of an exchange between Earl Cowper and Sir George Oxenden
of lands and hereditaments in Kent.
c. 27 Enabling Richard Child, Lord Castlemain and his heirs and those others who shall be in possession of estates settled by Frederick Tylney to take the surname Tylney.
c. 28 Robert late Lord Bingley's will: enabling beneficiaries to make leases of 21 years at the best improved rents without taking fines.
c. 29 Charles Cholmondeley's estate: vesting part in Cheshire in trustees to be sold to raise money for payment of debts.
c. 30 Making certain articles of an agreement made by Thomas Asheton on behalf of his son Thomas, concerning Robert Cholmondely of Holford's estate in Cheshire, obligatory on his son and vesting said estate in trustees for sale.
c. 31 Richard Dowdeswell's estate: enabling him to raise money by sale or mortgage of his estates in Gloucestershire and Worcestershire to pay off the portion (charged thereon) of his niece Anne Wylde.
c. 32 Anthony Henley's estate: vesting part in trustees to be sold for discharge of debts and incumbrances and making a provision for his wife.
c. 33 David Roberts' estate: sale of part for discharge of debts and incumbrances and settling an equivalent for the benefit of persons claiming under his marriage settlement.
c. 34 Estate of William Brandon (deceased): vesting in trustees to be sold for payment of debts to the Crown and application of residue money for benefit of his family.
c. 35 Estate of George Harvest (an infant): enabling trustees to let buildings in Mark Lane, London.
c. 36 Restoration in blood of Bazil Hamilton.
1733 (7 Geo. 2)
c. 1 Naturalization of John Mathew Buttner, John Lewis Kraguelius and others.
c. 2 Woollesthorpe (Lincolnshire) inclosure.
c. 3 Enabling Robert Dalzell, late Earl of Carnwath, to sue or maintain any action or suit and take any estate despite his attainder.
c. 4 Walter Calverley: change of name to Blackett only, pursuant to the will of Sir William Blackett.
c. 5 Estate of William Strode (an infant): vesting lands and tenements contiguous to the Citadel of Plymounth in trustees to sell or convey the same to the Crown.
c. 6 Earl of Burlington's estate: supplying an omission in a former Act [1717, c. 11] [power to grant leases of a piece of ground behind Burlington House].
c. 7 Enabling trustees and executors of John Vanden Bempdale to purchase out of the trust estate securities affecting Marquis of Annandale's estate in Scotland to be held on the same trusts as the trust estate.
c. 8 Vesting in Sir Theodore Janssen the remainder in fee simple now vested in the Crown, expectant on the determination of estates tail in the manor and advowson of Ower Moigne (Dorset), and several lands and hereditaments in the same manor.
c. 9 Enabling Thomas Scawen and others to sell an estate in Ireland, settled by Sir William Swawen's will, and settle another in England.
c. 10 Duchess of Hamilton and Brandon's estate: sale of manor of Hopsford (Warwickshire ) for payment of debts and incumbrances.
c. 11 Discharge of a ground called The Posthouse Field from certain charitable trusts and settling another on the same trusts.
c. 12 Estate of George Evelyn (deceased): vesting houses in Bletchingley (Surrey) in Charles Boone and settling another estate on his daughters and coheirs in exchange.
c. 13 Estate of George Evelyn (deceased):vesting part in Surrey in trustees to be sold and conveyed to Charles Boone, pursuant to an agreement.
c. 14 Trentham (Staffordshire) inclosure.
c. 15 Confirmation and making effectual articles of agreement concerning Great and Little Cleybrooke (Leicestershire) inclosure.
c. 16 Confirmation of a conveyance of lands in Durham, late the estate of John Morland, deceased, for payment of debts and incumbrances.
c. 17 Estate of John Culliford (deceased): sale of the manor, farm and lands of Encombe (Dorset) for payment of debts and incumbrances.
c. 18 Joseph Wyndham: enabling him and his issue male to take the surname Ashe, pursuant to the will of Dame Mary Ashe.
c. 19 Naturalization of Anne Judith Bristowe.
c. 20 Naturalization of Bartold Bull.
1734 (8 Geo. 2).
c. 1 Naturalization of Samuel Engel, John Peter Blaquiere and others.
c. 2 Younger sons of the Duke of Rutland: enabling them and their issue to use the name of Sutton, pursuant to the will of Robert, Lord Lexington.
c. 3 John Child, Lord Castlemain: enabling him, his heirs and any others in possession of certain estates settled by Frederick Tylney to take the name Tylney.
c. 4 Exchange of lands between the Earl of Peterborough and Queen's College,
c. 5 Henry Lord Charleton's estate: sale of lands in Oxfordshire and purchase and settlement of others in Wiltshire.
c. 6 Hugh Hume Campbell, Lord Polwarth's estate: sale of lands in Essex settled by his marriage articles and purchase of other lands from the proceeds to be settled in lieu.
c. 7 Sir Charles Gilmour's estate: enabling him to sell part of the lands and baronies of Craigmillar and Nether Liberton [Edinburgh] for payment of debts.
c. 8 Elizabeth Dyke's estates: vesting lands in Oxfordshire and Kent in Edward Dyke in exchange for lands and hereditaments in Somerset and Devon.
c. 9 Henry Appleton's estate: confirming and establishing a partition made pursuant to a decree in Court of Chancery.
c. 10 Better execution of Richard Cantillon's will, and other provisions.
c. 11 Estates of William Forrester and Brooke Forrester (his son): settlement of estates in Salop. pursuant to an agreement prior to the marriage of Brooke Forrester, notwithstanding his minority.
c. 12 Robert Edger's estate: discharge of an estate in Cambridgeshire from the uses
of his marriage settlement, he having settled an estate in Suffolk in lieu.
c. 13 Estate of James Tregeare (deceased): vesting part in Margery his widow and relict and sale of rest for payment of debts and purchase of other lands for daughter and her heirs.
c. 14 Hunningham (Warwickshire) inclosure.
c. 15 Appointment of commissioners to divide and inclose commons and wastes in Chedleton (Staffordshire).
c. 16 William Toller Treffrey: change of name to Treffrey only, pursuant to a deed of
settlement of John Treffrey, deceased.
c. 17 Explaining and amending an Act concerning the relief of Hannah MacDonnell (1702 (1 Ann.) c. 20).
c. 18 Naturalization of Anna Elizabeth Broughton, Josias Cotton, John Chevalier
and John Treber.
c. 19 Naturalization of Stephen Rosenhagen and Jane du Bouchet.
1735 (9 Geo. 2).
c. 1 John Harrison (an infant): change of name to Newport, pursuant to the direction of Henry, late Earl of Bradford (deceased).
c. 2 Naturalization of Peter Callifies, Zachary Cahuac and others.
c. 3 Bartholomew Richard Lutley: change of name to Barneby, pursuant to the will of John Barneby.
c. 4 Naturalization of Henry Lys and Frederick Metzner.
c. 5 Estate of William late Earl Cowper (deceased): settlement under an agreement between William now Earl Cowper, his brother, and the issue of Spencer Cowper (deceased).
c. 6 Enabling Harry Earl of Sanford and son and heir apparent Harry Lord Gray to make a marriage settlement for the latter despite his minority.
c. 7 Estate of Thomas Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (deceased): enabling trustees to lay out residue of his personal estate for purchasing lands.
c. 8 Lord Charles Cavendish's estate: discharging an estate from its settlement and enabling the trustees to dispose of the same.
c. 9 Exchange of lands between Sir John Astley and Queen's College, Cambridge.
c. 10 Enabling dean and chapter of Westminster Abbey to convey ground and three houses at Knightsbridge to a trustee for the contributors to Saint George's Hospital.
c. 11 Estates late of Roger Nowell and Roger Nowell his son: making effectual agreements concerning the estates in Lancashire and Yorkshire and vesting them in trustees to be sold for payment of debts.
c. 12 Estate of Elizabeth Shore and her daughters: sale of a fourth part of the manor of Plumpton and lands and hereditaments in Sussex and vesting the proceeds in trustees for the same uses.
c. 13 Vacating grants and settlements on certain lands made by George Parker upon marriage of Francis his son and settling others.
c. 14 Estate of Charles Bentley (deceased): sale for payment of debts and provision for wife and children.
c. 15 William Gee's estate: settling pursuant to an agreement made prior to his marriage.
c. 16 Explanation of Joseph Bank's will and empowerment of several persons claiming under it to make jointures and leases.
c. 17 Alderminster (Worcestershire) inclosure.
c. 18 Ixworth (Suffolk) inclosure.
c. 19 Old Alresford (Hampshire)(Dorset) inclosure.
c. 20 Charles Herbert: enabling him and his issue to take the name Sheffield pursuant to the will of John, Duke of Buckinghamshire and Normanby.
c. 21 Reginald Pyndar: enabling him and his heirs male to take the surname and arms of Lygon pursuant to the settlement of William Lygon, deceased.
c. 22 William Berkley: enabling him and his issue male to take the name Portman only.
c. 23 Robert Kendall: enabling him and his issue to take the surname and arms of Cater.
c. 24 John Shales: enabling him and his heirs to take the surname Barrington, pursuant to the will of Sir Charles Barrington, deceased.
c. 25 George Smith: enabling him and his heirs to take the surname Allgood only pursuant to the will of George Allgood, deceased.
c. 26 Robert Phillips: enabling him and his issue male to take the surname Lee, pursuant to the will of Robert Lee, deceased.
c. 27 John Gilbert: enabling him and his heirs male to take the surname and arms of Cooper, pursuant to the will of John Cooper of Thurgarton, deceased.
c. 28 Enabling John Sinclair, eldest son of Henry late Lord Sinclair, deceased,
to sue or maintain any action or suit, and to take any estate, despite his
c. 29 Enabling William Murray to sue or maintain any action or suit, and to take any estate that may have come to him since His late Majesty's pardon of
[20 July 1721], or that shall hereafter come to him.
c. 30 Naturalization of Friederich Felthusen.
c. 31 Making effectual an agreement between Alan Viscount Midleton and his 4 nieces, securing payment agreed to them of £10,000 and making good agreements in his marriage articles.
c. 32 Enabling John Cooke to take the name Freeman, pursuant to the will of William Freeman, and enabling him to make leases of the estates devised by the said will.
c. 33 Enabling the guardians and trustees of Samuel Pitt (an infant) to compound with Samuel Pitt, merchant, for a sum agreed to the infant by the Court of Chancery.
c. 34 Estate of Thomas Vaux (deceased): sale of part for payment of debts and incumbrances.
c. 35 West Stafford cum Froom Bellet (Dorset) inclosure.
c. 36 Vesting in John Sallom a reversion in fee of lands and hereditaments in Lancashire forfeited by Gabriel Hesketh, attainted of High Treason.
c. 37 Enabling the Treasury to compound with Edward Randolph and his sureties a debt due to the Crown for customs on tobacco.
c. 38 Naturalization of David Purry and John Merle.
c. 39 Naturalization of John Reessen.
1736 (10 Geo. 2).
c. 1 Anthony James: enabling him, his heir male and others to use the surname Keck, pursuant to the will of Anthony Keck.
c. 2 Naturalization of Joseph Pouchon.
c. 3 Naturalization of Nicholas Magens, John Timmerman and Theodore Davell.
c. 4 Sale of the capital messuage of Gunnersbury and other lands and hereditaments late the estate of Sir John Maynard and purchase of other estates to be settled to the uses of his will.
c. 5 Thomas Cook: sale of a leasehold estate in Gloucestershire and
settlement of copyhold and freehold estates of inheritance in lieu.
c. 6 Thomas Hesketh's estate: enabling trustees and testamentary guardians named in his will to perform the same, and to make leases for payment of debts during his son's minority, in ease of an estate devised by him to be sold.
c. 7 Purton (Wiltshire) inclosure.
c. 8 Enabling Sir Jacob des Bouverie and John des Bouverie and their issue and Elizabeth des Bouverie to take the surname Bouverie, pursuant to the desire of Jacob des Bouverie, and Sir Christopher des Bouverie deceased.
c. 9 John Harvey: enabling him to take the surname and arms of Thursby, pursuant to the will of William Thursby.
c. 10 Estate of Thomas Kellow (deceased): enabling the trustees of his will to sell the rectory of Berwick Saint James (Wiltshire) for payment of his debts.
c. 11 Estates of George Talbot and his younger brothers: enabling trustees during their minorities to grant leases of their estates in Salop., Worcestershire, Berkshire, Cheshire, Staffordshire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire.
c. 12 Thomas Pitt's estate: sale of manor and messuage of Swallowfield [Berkshire] and purchase and settlement of others.
c. 13 Naturalization of Godfrey Wichelhausen, John Noppe, John Masson, Thomas Barbaud and John Dillman.
c. 14 Daniel Earl of Winchelsea and Nottingham's estate: sale of part for payment of debts and incumbrances.
c. 15 Sir Robert Furnese's estate: establishing and confirming a partition amongst his three daughters and coheirs and settlement of shares to the same uses as before partition.
c. 16 Enrolling certain indentures of lease and release executed by Sir William and Dame Elizabeth Dudley, and making the exemplification and attested copies and an Act of Parliament and articles of agreements therein referred to, evidence in all Irish courts.
c. 17 Sir Reginald Graham's estate: sale of manor of Kippax (Yorkshire) and settling estates at Norton and Nunwick (Yorkshire), and making a partition of the manor of Whitwell with his brother Richard Graham.
c. 18 Establishing an agreement made by devisees of Sir Samuel Ongley with Sir Roger Hudson for sale of two messuages in Bishopsgate Street, London and purchasing two messuages in Threadneedle Street, London with the proceeds.
c. 19 Confirming an agreement between the rector and united parishes of Saint Mary Woolnoth and Saint Mary Woolchurch, London and the mayor, commonality and citizens of London for a grant of a parcel of ground in Stocks Market to the said mayor, commonality and citizens, in consideration of a yearly rent of £10 to the rector and his successors.
c. 20 Enabling Peter Legh to revoke or alter some of the uses and estates limited in a settlement formerly made by him, and to empower certain tenants for life to make jointures and provisions for daughters and younger sons in his lifetime.
c. 21 George Shakerley's estate in Cheshire and Lancashire: enabling his sons George and Peter to make jointures for wives and provisions for daughters and younger sons.
c. 22 Anthony Langley Swymmer's estate: enabling guardians to join with other owners to make leases of mines in Flintshire.
c. 23 Frederick Trench's estate in West Meath and Meath (Ireland): vesting in trustees for payment of debts and resettling other lands to the uses of his marriage settlement.
c. 24 George Cary's estate in Devon: sale of part for payment of father's and grandfather's debts and incumbrances and settlement of an estate in Middlesex to the uses of his marriage settlement.
c. 25 Restitution of George Seton: enabling him to sue or maintain any action despite his attainder and to take or inherit any estate.
c. 26 Restitution of James Rollo: enabling him to sue or maintain any action despite his attainder and to take or inherit any estate.
c. 27 Restitution of Jorden Langdale: enabling him to sue or maintain any action despite his outlawry and to take or inherit any estate.
c. 28 Stallingborough (Lincolnshire) inclosure.
c. 29 Edward Mountfort: enabling him and his issue male to take and use the surname of Grosvenor.
c. 30 Naturalization of Bartholomew Barratty, Bartholomew Gallatin, Francis Perrier and James Solier.
1. No private Acts were passed in the first session of Parliament (1 Geo. 2 St.1) in 1727 which lasted from 15 June to 17 July 1727. The five public Acts passed in that session are listed in the Chronological Table of the Statutes.[back]