Acts of the Parliaments of Great Britain
Part 12 (1745-1754)
1745 (19 Geo. 2).
c. 1 Empowering Francis Vincent to make a jointure on any future marriage and provision for children.
c. 2 Enabling Sir Wyndham Knatchbull and his heirs male to take the surname and arms of Wyndham, pursuant to the will of Thomas Lord Wyndham.
c. 3 Enabling Richard Alie and his heirs male to take the surname Leman,
pursuant to the will of Sir William Leman.
c. 4 Naturalizing Hermann Meyer, Herman Klincke and Peter Torras junior.
c. 5 Naturalizing John Daniel Dreyer.
c. 6 Empowering William Viscount Grimston's sons to make jointures on their marriages in lieu of a defective power contained in Samuel Grimston's marriage settlement.
c. 7 Sir Narbrough D'Aeth's estate: vesting manor of Ruxley and lands in Kent discharged from the uses of his marriage settlement, other lands in Kent being settled in lieu.
c. 8 Confirming and establishing articles of agreement and an award for Inkpen (Berkshire) inclosure.
c. 9 Extension of time to execute an Act concerning Ripon, Littlethorpe and Bondgate (Yorkshire) Common Right (1743 (17 Geo. 2) (c. 37)).
c. 10 Establishing an agreement concerning Kelfield (Yorkshire) inclosure and empowering the lord of the manor to raise money to complete the inclosure.
see: Kelfield incl. 1746 (c. 29).
c. 11 Correction of an Act concerning Edward Bayntun Rolt's estate (1741 (15 Geo. 2)
c. 12 Thomas Duke of Leeds' estate: sale of part for payment of debts and incumbrances and securing an equivalent for his issue male.
c. 13 Vesting in Simon Viscount Harcourt lands in Ducklington (Oxfordshire) discharged from the trusts of George and Susannah Hart's marriage settlement and purchasing and settling other lands in lieu.
c. 14 Estate late of Edward Wright (deceased): vesting in trustees to be sold for payment of debts.
c. 15 Enabling Henry Crabb to take the surname Boulton, pursuant to the will of Richard Boulton.
c. 16 Henry Duke of Chandos' estate: raising money for payment of debts and incumbrances, securing an equivalent for his issue James Marquess of Caernarvon and raising his daughter Lady Caroline Brydges' portion.
c. 17 Estate of Other Lewis Earl of Plymouth (an infant): empowering trustees to make leases of his estate in Glamorganshire during his minority.
c. 18 Enabling George Earl of Cholmondeley and William Pitt to take in Great
Britain the oath of office as Vice Treasurer and Receiver General, and
Paymaster General of His Majesty's revenues in Ireland and to qualify
themselves for the enjoyment of the offices.
c. 19 Estate of the late Earl of Fingall: sale of estates in Cavan for discharge of
incumbrances, and other provisions.
c. 20 Estate late of Richard and Anne Lechmere: sale, pursuant to articles for purchase, for discharge of incumbrances.
c. 21 Estate late of John Manner (deceased): vesting lands in Northumberland
in trustees to enable a conveyance to purchasers under a Court of
c. 22 Joseph Sill's settled estate: sale of houses and tenements in Wakefield (Yorkshire) for payment of a bond debt.
c. 23 Walter Ramsden: change of name to Hawksworth, pursuant to the will of Sir Walter Hawksworth.
c. 24 Naturalizing Michael Baur.
c. 25 Naturalizing John Baptist Pellet.
c. 26 Naturalizing Charles Labellye.
c. 27 Enabling George Earl of Cholmondeley and Sir William Yonge to take in Great Britain the oath of office as Vice Treasurer and Receiver General, and Paymaster General of His Majesty's revenues in Ireland and to qualify
themselves for the enjoyment of the offices.
c. 28 Sir William Duckinfield: change of surname and arms to Daniel, pursuant
to the will of Sir Samuel Daniel.
c. 29 Sale of lands in Suffolk and Middlesex entailed on Thomas Bennet's daughters to raise a sum for their portions, as an equivalent for their reversionary interest in the said estate expectant on their father's death.
c. 30 Exchange of an estate in Putney (Surrey) held in trust for charitable uses for an estate of Gerard Van Neck in Hertfordshire and payment of a sum to the trustees to be applied to the same uses.
c. 31 Daniel Carmichael's estate: sale of lands in Lanark and Fife for payment
of debts and purchase and settlement of others.
1746 (20 Geo. 2).
c. 1 Enabling Richard Waynhouse and his heirs male to take the surname Emmott and no other, pursuant to the will of Christopher Emmott.
c. 2 Harry Earl of Stamford's settled estate: sale of part for discharge of incumbrances.
c. 3 Estates of Thomas Earl of Leicester and Lord Coke (his son): settlement of estates in Norfolk on marriage of Lord Coke with Lady Mary Campbell.
c. 4 Estates of William Lord Byron and Elizabeth Shaw (an infant): settlement on their intermarriage.
c. 5 Enabling Sir Thomas Parkyns and Jane Parkyns to make a conveyance by way of settlement on their intermarriage despite their minority.
c. 6 Estates late of Thomas Taylor and Thomas Taylor (his son) (deceased): sale or leasing for payment of debts and making of partitions.
c. 7 Enabling Lillie Smith and his heirs by his wife Valentina (formerly Valentina
Aynscombe) to take the surname Aynscombe, pursuant to the will of Thomas
c. 8 Enabling Edmund Dring to take the surname and arms of Garforth.
c. 9 Confirming a decree of the Court of the Duchy of Lancaster concerning Sutton Marsh (Lincolnshire) and a conveyance from Lascells Metcalfe to the Corporation of Guy's Hospital.
c. 10 Thomas Kynaston's estate: sale of rectory of Saint Botolph without Aldgate, London and purchase of another estate to be settled to the use of his marriage settlement.
c. 11 Simon Burton's estates in Wiltshire and Hampshire: vesting in trustees to raise money for payment of debts and incumbrances.
c. 12 Confirming, establishing and rendering more effectual certain articles of agreement between the heirs at law and devisees of Joceline Earl of Leicester for the settlement and disposition of his estate.
c. 13 Richard Oakley's estates in Salop. and Oxfordshire: raising money for payment of debts and incumbrances and providing recompense for same.
c. 14 Henry Talbot's estate in Warwickshire: vesting part in him in fee simple, discharged of uses of marriage settlement, upon his settling lands of greater value to the same uses.
c. 15 William Moore's estate: sale of estates in Sussex, Surrey and Staffordshire for payment of debts and legacies.
c. 16 Empowering Anne Colemore to make building leases of lands in or near Birmingham (Warwickshire) during the life of Thomas Colemore.
c. 17 Elizabeth and Diana Sambrooke's estate: enabling their guardians to join with their sister, Mary Sambrooke, to make building leases of houses and tenements in Middlesex.
c. 18 Estates of William Mitchell and other infants: empowering guardians to make leases of estates in Huntingdonshire, Surrey, Middlesex, Cambridgeshire, Leicestershire, Kent, Somerset and Norfolk during their minorities.
c. 19 Thomas Garrard's estate: settlement pursuant to intentions declared in his lifetime and with the consent of his six sons.
c. 20 Thomas Rolt's estate: sale for payment of debts and incumbrances and securing equivalent for benefit of wife, son and portions for daughters.
c. 21 Richard Powys' estate: sale for payment of debts and portions for daughters, and other provisions.
c. 22 Estates of Jane, Anne, Mary and Susanna Awdrey Kemeys (infants): sale of estates in Tewin and Datchworth (Hertfordshire) pursuant to an agreement made by their trustees.
c. 23 John Curtis' estates in Norfolk: sale for payment of debts and legacies and purchase and settlement of other estates to the like uses.
c. 24 Vesting the capital messuage and grounds called Great Frogmore, devised by the will of Mary Duchess of Northumberland, in trustees to be sold.
c. 25 Estate of Robert Gwillym and Robert Gwillym (his son): sale of estates in Hertfordshire, Monmouthshire and Gloucestershire for payment of incumbrances and settlement of lands in Lancashire in lieu.
c. 26 Estate late of Robert Drew (deceased): vesting a farm and lands in Cullompton (Devon) in trustees to be conveyed to Henry Cruwys pursuant to an agreement made with Mary Drew, widow, and discharging a mortgage on the same.
c. 27 Estate of Edward Masters (deceased): sale for payment of debts.
c. 28 Divorce of Corbyn Morris from Elizabeth Fanshawe, and other provisions.
c. 29 Empowering Mary Stillington to execute a power vested in her late husband Joseph Stillington for raising money for completion of Kelfield (Yorkshire) inclosure.
c. 30 Enabling Thomas Bushell and his descendants to take the surname and arms of Fettiplace.
c. 31 Naturalizing Mark Liotard, Henry Uhthoff and John Ziegell.
c. 32 Naturalizing Albert Vandenvelde, merchant.
1747 (21 Geo. 2).
c. 1 Naturalizing Caesar and Charles de Missy.
c. 2 Francis Earl Brooke's estate in Hampshire: sale and purchase and settlement of another.
c. 3 Empowering Granville Leveson Gower, Lord Trentham, to raise portions for younger children and to amend and explain certain powers for making jointures contained in his marriage settlement.
c. 4 Enabling James Stanley, Lord Strange, and his issue to take the surname Smith and to bear the arms of Smith and Heriz.
c. 5 Robert and Elizabeth Byng's estate in Hertfordshire: sale.
c. 6 Enrolling George Viscount Lanesborough's will in Ireland and making its exemplification evidence in all British and Irish courts.
c. 7 To confirm and establish an agreement concerning Badbury (Wiltshire) inclosure.
c. 8 Enabling Robert Burton, late Lingen, and heirs male to take surname of Burton.
c. 9 Enabling the King to grant manors of Woking, Chobham and Bagshot and lands in Surrey to Abel Walter and heirs.
c. 10 Naturalization of Anthony and David Andre and others.
c. 11 Vesting a moiety of Sir George Strode's estates in Dorset and Somerset, pursuant to his will, in Francis Earl Brooke and partition of said estates made by virtue of a decree of Court of Chancery.
c. 12 Sir Orlando Humfreys' estate: sale of lands in Barking and Dagenham (Essex).
c. 13 Thomas Carthew's estate in Suffolk: vesting in his executors for conveyance, pursuant to articles entered into for its purchase.
c. 14 Henry Fleetwood's estate in Lancashire: sale and purchase of another .
c. 15 Thomas and Anne Lloyd's estate: sale for payment of incumbrances and settling others.
c. 16 Vesting George Dawson's lands in Kingston upon Hull and Yorkshire in Roper Dawson, his son and heir, upon his undertaking to discharge incumbrances affecting them and to make provision for siblings.
c. 17 Confirmation and rendering more effectual an agreement between James Fox and John Bridges for exchanging lands in Cobham (Surrey).
c. 18 George Chasin's estates in Hampshire and Surrey: sale for payment of debts and incumbrances and settling lands in Somerset.
c. 19 Joseph Bank's estate in St. James (Westminster): sale and purchase of another.
c. 20 Confirming articles of agreement between Hugh Naish and trustees named in a [public] Act (1738 (21 Geo. 2) (c.38)) concerning the real and personal estates of Hugh Naish.
c. 21 Repealing of part and explaining and amending other parts of an Act concerning Anthony Keck's estate (1744 (18 Geo. 2) (c.20)).
c. 22 Corbet Kynaston's estate: sale of part for payment of debts.
c. 23 Raising money from an estate in Middlesex given by Lawrence Sheriff for founding and maintaining a school and almshouses in Rugby (Warwickshire) for rebuilding said school or purchasing messuages and ground and for better support of said charity.
c. 24 Richard Williams' estates: vesting in assignees under Commission of Bankruptcy awarded against him, to be sold for payment of debts and provision for wife and children.
c. 25 Faceby (Yorkshire, North Riding) inclosure and providing recompense to impropriators and vicar of Faceby.
c. 26 To confirm and establish an agreement concerning Drypool (Yorkshire) inclosure.
c. 27 To confirm, establish and render more effectual an agreement concerning Holton (Lincolnshire) inclosure.
c. 28 Langwith, Plesley, Stoney Houghton and Shirbrook (Derbyshire)
c. 29 Enabling Richard Weddell, lately Elcock, and issue to take surname and
arms of Weddell pursuant to Thomas Weddell's will, and empowering
him to lease estates devised by the will.
c. 30 Naturalization of John Thorbecke.
c. 31 Naturalization of Peter Neau.
1748 (22 Geo. 2).
c. 1 East Woodhey and Hollington (Hampshire) inclosure.
c. 2 Enabling John Griffin Whitwell to take surname and arms of Griffin.
c. 3 Enabling Samuel Grundy to take surname and arms of Swinfen.
c. 4 Naturalization of Klencke, Grand and Colombies.
c. 5 Naturalization of Gabriel Guillon.
c. 6 Confirming an order and rule of Court of Common Pleas for assessing lands in the manor of Betiow, to parochial rates and levies of and in Tring (Hertfordshire).
c. 7 To confirm and establish an agreement concerning Wakerley and Wittering (Northamptonshire) inclosure.
c. 8 Confirming articles of agreement and an award concerning Norton juxta Twicross (Leicestershire) inclosure.
c. 9 Settling a yearly payment to rector of Broughton (Buckinghamshire) for time being, in lieu of tithes.
c. 10 Explaining and amending a power given in Charlotte and Richard Luther's marriage settlement and making it more effectual for benefit of their children.
c. 11 Empowering the committee of John Roger's estate to make surrenders and leases of freehold and leasehold estates, during his lunacy.
c. 12 Enabling Charles and Frances, his wife, Fitz Roy to take additional surname and bear the arms of Scudamore.
c. 13 Authorising Thomas Harrison to take surname of Kimpson.
c. 14 Enabling Joseph Foster to take surname of Barham.
c. 15 Samuel Rash divorce from Dorothy Fuller.
c. 16 Naturalization of Renner and Pritzler.
c. 17 Naturalization of Magdalen Aldworth.
c. 18 Naturalization of Charles Louis Courant.
c. 19 Divesting Crown of reversion in fee simple of manors of Spalding and Holbech and connected lands in Lincolnshire and of ground and buildings in Saint Martin in the Fields (Middlesex), expectant on certain estates tail, and for vesting them in persons therein named for intent the same may be barred by proper methods of law.
c. 20 Charles Earl of Peterborough's estate: sale of lands in counties of Kincardine and Aberdeen for payment of debts.
c. 21 Bishopric of London : sale of London House.
c. 22 Gilbert Bishop of Salisbury's personal estate: applying part for purchase of lands or rents in perpetuity in Scotland, to be settled to charitable uses mentioned in his will.
c. 23 Confirming, establishing and rendering more effectual an agreement between Henry Lord Teynham and Sir Francis Curson for partition of John Powell's estate.
c. 24 William Viscount Vane's estate: raising money for payment of debts.
c. 25 Charles Viscount Fane's estate: sale of inheritance of part in Devon and Limerick (Ireland) for payment of debts and incumbrances, settling another in Berkshire and securing a rent charge to Mary Viscountess Fane as compensation for her estate for life in Devon.
c. 26 Sir Richard Vyvyan's estate: leases and setts of mines in Cornwall and Devon whilst in his minority.
c. 27 Sir John Williams' estate: sale of lands and purchase and settling of others.
c. 28 Discharging William Levinz's estate in Bilby, Ranby and Stirrop (Nottinghamshire) from a yearly payment of £30 by Sir Creswell Levinz for charitable uses and for charging same on his estate in Grove (Nottinghamshire).
c. 29 Ebenezer and William Marlow's estate in Sussex: sale of an undivided fifth part.
c. 30 Nathaniel Cotton's estate in Hertfordshire: sale and purchase and settling of others.
c. 31 John Lockwood's estate: vesting in trustees for payment of incumbrances.
c. 32 Nicholas Glynn's estate: sale of part for payment of incumbrances.
c. 33 Walter Hawksworth's estate in Yorkshire: vesting in him and his heirs and settling manor of Hawksworth (Yorkshire).
c. 34 William Robinson Lytton's estate: sale of part for payment of incumbrances and portions for daughters.
c. 35 Francis Gwyn's estate in Devon: sale of part for payment of incumbrances and sister's portions.
c. 36 Mary Middleton's estates in Twickenham (Middlesex): sale and vesting money in trustees for the same uses to which said estate stands settled.
c. 37 Watlington (Norfolk) inclosure.
c. 38 Enabling Robert Lynch to take the name of Blosse.
c. 39 Naturalization of Frederick Christopher Kemp.
c. 40 Naturalization of Peter Auriol.
c. 41 Henry Viscount Dillon's estates in Mayo and Roscommon (Ireland): sale for payment of debts.
c. 42 Catherine Lady Lymington's estate: sale for payment of debts and incumbrances.
c. 43 John Raymond's, a bankrupt, estate: sale of part and distribution of proceeds amongst creditors and purchase and settling of another with residue proceeds.
c. 44 Paul Mansfield's estates in Twickenham (Middlesex): sale pursuant to his will and for benefit of grandchildren.
c. 45 Confirming, establishing and rendering more effectual articles of agreement concerning Broad Blunsdon (Wiltshire) inclosure.
c. 46 Annexing rectory of Glaston (Rutlandshire) to office of master/keeper of house/college of Saint Peter at Cambridge University.
c. 47 Authorising Thomas Brereton to take surname of Salusbury.
c. 48 Naturalization of Emanuel Bowler.
1749 (23 Geo. 2).
c. 1 Naturalization of Ogier and Gauvain.
c. 2 Naturalization of Charles Lindegren.
c. 3 Naturalization of Henry Joly.
c. 4 Naturalization of Germain Lavie.
c. 5 Vesting in trustees the manors of Spalding and Holbeck,and other leases and estates mentioned in Lincolnshire, which were forfeited by James Duke of Monmouth put in exigent upon an indictment of high treason, to intent that the loss of record of such indictment and capias and exigent thereon may be supplied for purposes mentioned.
c. 6 Empowering committees of Thomas Earl of Bradford, a lunatic, to lay out part of his personal estate in purchase of lands and estates of inheritance.
c. 7 Enabling King to grant inheritance of manor of Garstang (Lancashire) and a messuage or tenement in Newbiggin in Lonsdale (Westmoreland) to trustees for Edward Walpole and heirs upon full consideration for the same.
c. 8 Enabling Roger Mortlock to take surname and arms of Pettiward.
c. 9 Enabling Beckford Kendall to take surname and arms of Cater.
c. 10 Naturalization of Mandrot, Chabanel, de Drusina and others.
c. 11 Naturalization of Isaac Schomberg.
c. 12 Naturalization of Englebert Hake.
c. 13 Henry Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery's estate: empowering guardians to make leases.
c. 14 Hugh Earl of Northumberland's name and arms.
c. 15 Sir Thomas Moystyn's estate in Anglesey: sale of part for payment of debts and recompense to eldest son and issue in lieu thereof.
c. 16 Establishing a partition between Dame Mary Latre's and others of estates in West Thurrock and Stafford (Essex) in pursuance of several orders of the High Court of Chancery.
c. 17 John Trevor's estate: empowering trustees to fell and sell timber for payment of debts and to make leases of mines.
c. 18 Charles Churchill's personal estate: investing part in purchase of lands to be settled, pursuant to the settlement made on the marriage of Charles Churchill (junior) to Lady Maria Walpole.
r.in pt.- Churchill's estate 1813 (c. clxviii), s. 1.
c. 19 Hugh Barker's estate: sale of manor of Mursley and other estates in Buckinghamshire pursuant to an agreement made for that purpose.
c. 20 Colonel Charles Lanoe's estate: making effectual an agreement for sale of a messuage at Farley Hill (Berkshire) to Alexander Walker.
c. 21 John Hylton's estate: sale for payment of debts and legacies.
c. 22 Explaining, amending and rendering more effectual powers contained in marriage settlements of Henry and Anne Walters' marriage settlement.
c. 23 Empowering executors and trustees of Samuel Shepheard to sell his houses and contents in Exning (Suffolk) and Cavendish Square and apply proceeds as Court of Chancery directs.
c. 24 John and Anne Needham, John and Mary Leche and Elizabeth Hurleston estates: sale for payment of incumbrances.
c. 25 Enabling William Cowper to settle a jointure on his wife and to grant leases of estates in Hertfordshire.
c. 26 Robert Dolman's estate: raising money for payment of debts.
c. 27 Richard Stanley's estates in Kent and Middlesex: sale for payment of debts and incumbrances.
excl.in pt.- Dicconson's estate 1775 (c. 52), ss. 48, 50.
c. 28 Thomas Sergison's estate: sale of part and purchase of another.
c. 29 William Nisbet's estate: leasing of lands in county of Haddington.
c. 30 Garton Orme's estate in Sussex: sale or mortgage for payment of debts and portion for daughter Charlotte.
c. 31 Nether Heyford, Stow with nine Churches, and Bugbrooke
(Northamptonshire) inclosures and recompense to rectors in lieu of tithes.
c. 32 Confirming articles of agreement concerning Culcheth (Lancashire) inclosure.
c. 33 Securing the sole property and benefit of Israel Pownoll's dredging invention to his children for a term of years.
c. 34 Naturalization of Jacob Van Wylick.
1750 (24 Geo. 2).
c. 1 Godfrey Copley divorce from Anna Maria Brace.
c. 2 Enabling Samuel Smith to take surname of Holworthy.
c. 3 Enabling John Heath to take surname and arms of Duke.
c. 4 Naturalization of Liotard, Richard, Ferrand, Boucher and Schenley.
c. 5 Naturalization of Christopher Jacob Krauter.
c. 6 Empowering trustees named in Edward and Hannah Hulse's marriage settlement to lay out part of trust monies for purchase of reversionary estates and lands in possession, to be settled to uses of marriage settlement, with the power to make leases.
c. 7 Enabling George Lane to take surname and arms of Lane pursuant to James Lord Viscount Lanesborough's will, for enrolling the will and making its exemplification evidence in all British and Irish courts.
c. 8 Enabling Thomas Smith to take surname and arms of Panuwell.
c. 9 Jane Dowager Duchess of Argyll and Greenwich's estate: granting ground and repairing leases of houses and lands in Middlesex mentioned in John Duke of Argyll and Greenwich's will.
c. 10 William Earl Cowper's estate: charging property in London and Hertfordshire for money to rebuild houses in London destroyed by fire.
c. 11 John Earl of Egmont's estate in Corke: vesting in him and heirs and settling other lands.
c. 12 Sir Charles Peers' estate: sale of a messuage in Bromley and lands in Middlesex and Essex and purchasing and settling others for uses in his will.
c. 13 Enabling John Primrose Lord Dalenie to secure a jointure for his mother Mary Countess of Roseberry and make provision for siblings out of the entailed estate of Sir Archibold Primrose.
c. 14 Sir Joseph Jekyll's estate: vesting John Jekyll's undivided twelfth part in trustees for sale.
c. 15 Edmund Pleydell's estate in Gloucestershire: sale and purchase of another.
c. 16 Sir William Maxwell's estate: sale of lands in Wigtown for payment of debts.
c. 17 Securing a jointure for Barbara, wife of Eaton Mainwaring Ellerker, raising portions for younger children and confirming and establishing Ellerker's name, arms and crest.
c. 18 George Gardner's estate: confirming partition and settling and disposing of lands belonging to Edward Bulstrode upon said partition, for payment of debts and provision for him, his wife and children.
c. 19 Thomas Horner's estate in Somerset: empowering guardians to make leases and copyhold grants during his minority.
c. 20 Thomas Moyle's estate: sale of lands in Suffolk and purchase and settling of others.
c. 21 Better effecting purposes of John Michel's will for benefit of Queen's College Oxford.
c. 22 Confirming and establishing an agreement concerning Welton (Yorkshire) inclosure and settling a yearly sum on vicar in lieu of tithes.
c. 23 Confirming articles of an agreement concerning Yatton (Somerset) inclosure.
c. 24 Farthingstone (Northamptonshire) inclosure.
c. 25 Confirming and rendering more effectual articles of an agreement concerning Dunsby (Lincolnshire) inclosure.
c. 26 Empowering Sir Thomas Saunders Sebright to inclose Besford Common (Worcestershire) and setting out and appointing proper roads and charging a yearly rent on said common in lieu of rights and privileges claimed by James Cocks as lord of manor.
c. 27 Confirming articles of an agreement concerning Hutton Bushell (Yorkshire) inclosure.
c. 28 Vesting for a term of years in Michael Menzies, his executors, administrators and assigns, the sole property of his coal conveyancing machine.
c. 29 Enabling William Leybourne, formerly Leybourne Taylor, to take surname of Leybourne.
c. 30 Enabling James Langston, formerly Haughton, to take surname of Langston.
c. 31 Enabling John Fenwick, lately Wilson, to take the name of Fenwick.
c. 32 Naturalization of Count Stephanus Laurentius Neale.
c. 33 Establishing, confirming and executing more effectually the articles of Henry Arthur Earl and Barbara Countess of Powis' marriage settlement.
c. 34 Enabling John Thynne Lord Chedworth to settle a jointure on Martha Parker upon their marriage and making provisions for their younger children and for explaining Sir Philip Parker Long's will.
c. 35 Francis Scott Earl of Dalkeith's estate in Lincolnshire: completion of sale, applying proceeds pursuant to an agreement made for such purpose and empowering guardians of his heir to lease land in Middlesex.
c. 36 Thomas Viscount Kilmorey's estate: sale of part for payment of incumbrances and purchase of another.
c. 37 Vesting lands in Leicestershire, Staffordshire and Derbyshire devised in Sarah Frowde's will to Ralph Blois and settling an estate in Suffolk to uses limited by will.
c. 38 George Barlow's estate: vesting part in him and heirs and settling another part.
c. 39 William Newland's estates in Gatton, Rygate and Meastam (Surrey): sale for payment of debts.
c. 40 Christopher Wood's estates in Staffordshire: sale for payment of incumbrances and settling others.
c. 41 Making leases for lands, tenements and mines in Cornwall comprised in Kellond Courtenay's marriage settlement and will and during the minority of issue concerned.
c. 42 George Courtenay's estate: sale of part for payment of incumbrances and provision for wife and children.
c. 43 Enabling John Fitz Maurice to take surname of Petty.
c. 44 Enabling Richard King Stubblefield to take surname of King.
c. 45 Naturalization of Baron de Soesdyk Van Cloon, Lord of Rhynwick.
c. 46 Naturalization of Jugla, Cogigian, Zornlin and Speck.
1751 (25 Geo. 2).
c. 1 George Oxenden's name.
c. 2 Duke of Devonshire's estate.
see: Duke of Devonshire's estate 1819 (c. 28), s. 1.
excl.in pt.- Earl of Burlington and Corke's estate 1774 (c. 95), ss. 22,25.
saved in pt.- Earl of Burlington and Corke's estate 1774 (c. 95), s. 24.
c. 3 Correcting a settlement concerning Peregrine Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven's family estates and enabling the raising of his daughter's portions.
c. 4 Marquis of Powis' estate.
c. 5 Enabling William Lord Blantyre and the heirs of entail, for the time being, to alienate, by way of exchange or excambion, lands in Hadington and Edinburgh.
c. 6 Confirming a lease or grant made by Bussy Lord Mansel's devisees to Rowland Pytt.
c. 7 Sir William Harbord's estates in Norfolk and Suffolk: sale and purchase and settling of others.
c. 8 Sir Thomas Heathcote's estate: securing portions and maintenance for daughters and younger sons.
c. 9 Vesting manors and lands in Lancashire and Cheshire, devised by the late Sir John Bland's will, in the present Sir John Bland, in fee simple, discharged of the trust of the said will and settling an estate in Yorkshire in exchange for the same.
c. 10 Sir George Mackinzie's estate in Scotland: sale of part and purchase and settling of another.
c. 11 Vesting lands in Oxfordshire, devised by Nathanael Bacon's will and codicil, in Edward Bacon, in fee simple and for settling an estate in Norfolk to the uses limited by the will.
c. 12 William Wyndham's estates in Uphaven, Lufton and Odcombe (Wiltshire and Somerset): empowering guardians to grant leases and copyhold grants during his minority.
c. 13 Richard Hopton's estate: sale of the moiety of the manor of Icombe and purchasing and settling another.
c. 14 Thomas Southcote's (a lunatic) estates in Berkshire, Essex and Surrey: empowering the committee to grant leases and copyhold grants.
c. 15 William Barnesley's estate: vesting in trustees for benefit of his son and heir William Barnesley, a lunatic, and for paying costs of several lawsuits brought for estate's recovery.
c. 16 John Wicker's estate: vesting manor and lands in Stepney (Middlesex), contained in his marriage settlement, in him and his heirs and settling lands in Sussex, Surrey and Kent, in lieu thereof, to the uses of said settlement.
c. 17 Enabling John Preston to make a marriage jointure.
c. 18 Enabling the Treasury to compound with George Whitehead and his sureties, John and Thomas Whitehead, for a debt due to the Crown for tobacco customs.
c. 19 Daniel Lascelles divorce from Elizabeth Southwicke.
c. 20 Thomas Benson divorce from Jane Board.
c. 21 Enabling the King to grant the inheritance of the manor of Crowland (Lincolnshire) to trustees, for Thomas Orby Hunter and his heirs, upon a full and valuable consideration to be paid for the same.
c. 22 Extinguishing the right of the Lord of the manor of Ombersley
(Worcestershire) of keeping a warren for conies on Linall Common,
Birchin Valley and the Lyth, securing for him the rent now paid for the same and annexing and uniting said Birchin Valley to several ancient copyholds and customary tenements within said manor.
c. 23 Narborough (Leicestershire) inclosure.
c. 24 Confirming an agreement and award concerning Ridley (Northumberland) inclosure.
c. 25 Drayton (Northamptonshire) inclosure.
c. 26 Confirming and rendering more effectual an agreement concerning Snaith, Cowick and Rawcliffe (Yorkshire) inclosures.
c. 27 Witham on the Hill Infield (Lincolnshire) inclosure and settling a stipend on the vicar in lieu of glebe and tithes.
c. 28 Richard Chandler's name.
c. 29 John Cave's name.
c. 30 Michael Archer's name.
c. 31 Naturalization of Jane Magdalen Robelon.
c. 32 Naturalization of Francis Degen.
c. 33 Naturalization of John Matthias Miller.
c. 34 Naturalization of Frederick Commerell, John Toopken and Christian Moser.
c. 35 Naturalization of Christian Samuel Geledneki.
c. 36 Naturalization of Philip Denoyer.
c. 37 Naturalization of James Fremeaux.
c. 38 Naturalization of Andrew Girardot.
c. 39 Naturalization of Peter Auriol and David Pratviel.
c. 40 Naturalization of Andrew Leques and Frederick Blomberg.
c. 41 Naturalization of John Meybohm.
1753 (26 Geo. 2)
c. 1 Naturalization of Frederick Hoffgaard.
c. 2 John Peploe's name.
c. 3 Abraham Carleton's name.
c. 4 Naturalization of Daniel Boumeester, James Rilliet, Anthony Bertrand, Frederick Teise, Francis Brouzet and George Grand.
c. 5 Naturalization of John Schoen, Peter Rodolph, George Fatio, William du Bois, William Konink and Henry Klausing.
c. 6 Naturalization of Jacob Vaulk.
c. 7 Naturalization of Beat Rodolph Nerbel.
c. 8 Making the exemplification of Henry Earl of Shelburne's will evidence in all British and Irish courts.
c. 9 Vesting Pusey (Berkshire) tithe and glebe in John Allen Pusey and heirs and settling a yearly rent on the rector of Pusey in lieu thereof.
c. 10 Alice Gilbert's estate: sale of lands in Gloucestershire for payment of debts and legacies and purchase of others with surplus proceeds and settling for uses in will.
c. 11 John Foyle, Mary and John (their son) Small's estate: sale of an undivided share of tithes in Isle of Wight and purchase and settling of an estate in Gloucestershire with the proceeds.
c. 12 Theodore William Inge's estate in or near Birmingham (Warwickshire): enabling building leases of part.
c. 13 Confirming and establishing an agreement concerning Canswick or Watlas Moor (Yorkshire) inclosure.
c. 14 Quennington (Gloucestershire) inclosure.
c. 15 Hinton (Northamptonshire) inclosure.
c. 16 Naturalization of Schweighauser, Girard, Von Hohendorff, Andre and Sollen.
c. 17 Naturalization of John Barbutt and Fortunatus Planta.
c. 18 Naturalization of Mary Sybella Harrison.
c. 19 Ann Jekyll's estate: vesting an undivided twelfth part of Sir Joseph Jekyll's real estate in trustees, for conveying to purchasers under a decree of the court of Chancery.
c. 20 Elizabeth Knight's estate: vesting an undivided fourth part of Robert Plompton's estate in Yorkshire` in trustees for sale.
c. 21 Edmund Moreton Pleydell's estate: settlement pursuant to an agreement made previous to his marriage.
c. 22 Evelyn Chadwicke's estate in St. James, Westminster and St. Martin in the Fields: granting building leases.
c. 23 Charles Headlam's estate: establishing and rendering effectual articles for sale of manors and lands at Kexby (Yorkshire) and vesting Ann Headlam's undivided third share in trustees, to convey pursuant to said articles.
c. 24 Confirming an agreement between George Pitt and Stratfieldsay (Hampshire) rector for exchange of lands in the parish and for the demolition and rebuilding of the parish church with connecting roads by George Pitt.
c. 25 Confirming and establishing an agreement for the exchange of lands in Yorkshire between the Prebend of Stillington and Stephen Croft.
c. 26 John Ennever divorce from Mary Cornwell.
c. 27 Eastleach Martin or Botherup (Gloucestershire) inclosure and for compensating rector in lieu of tithes and glebe land.
c. 28 Confirming and establishing an agreement concerning Loathley (Yorkshire) inclosure.
c. 29 Hexham (Northumberland) inclosure.
c. 30 John Latchmore's name.
c. 31 Naturalization of Christian Maurice Rodatz.
c. 32 John Earl of Ashburnham's estate in Lancashire: sale pursuant to his will.
c. 33 Confirming and establishing Sir Cyril Wich's, Elizabeth Wilson's and Mary Turton's estates partition and settlement.
c. 34 Frances Fitz Roy Scudamore's estate in Southwark (Surrey): empowering guardians to make building leases.
c. 35 Mathew Manning's estate in Suffolk: sale for payment of mortgage and purchase and settlement of another.
c. 36 Benjamin Brain's estate: sale of a twenty-fourth part of the Eastern division of the province of New Jersey (America).
c. 37 Sale of Long Ditton advowson and purchase and settling of other lands.
c. 38 William Rawstorn's estate in Basseldon (Berkshire): sale and purchase and settling of another for uses in his will.
c. 39 John Craigie's estate: sale of lands in Perth and purchase of lands in Fife.
c. 40 William Hunt Grubbe's estates in Wiltshire: leases and for vesting monies arising from fines to be received for such leases, in trustees, for purposes therein mentioned.
c. 41 Valentine Knightley's estate in Northamptonshire: vesting in him and his heirs and settling others in the same county.
c. 42 Confirming Littleton Pointz Meynell's will and settling his estate, making provision for his eldest son and heir Godfrey and his daughter Judith, and for enabling his son Hugo Meynell to make a jointure during his minority.
c. 43 Hugh Fowler's estate in Pembrokeshire: sale for payment of debts and incumbrances and for making partition of those estates remaining unsold. .
c. 44 Samuel Low's divorce from Elizabeth Rogers.
c. 45 Enabling the Treasury to compound with John Philpot and John Hutchinson and their sureties for a debt due to the Crown for tobacco customs.
c. 46 Felton(Northumberland) inclosure.
c. 47 Hilmorton (Warwickshire) inclosure.
1754 (27 Geo. 2).
c. 1 John Granger's name.
c. 2 Naturalization of John Bazin, Lewis Ogier, Peter Guinard and others.
c. 3 Naturalization of Frederick Van Gehren.
c. 4 Naturalization of Casper Grevenkop.
c. 5 Confirming and establishing an exchange agreement concerning lands in Yorkshire, between the vicar of Gillig and James Shuttleworth.
c. 6 William Kemp's estate: sale pursuant to articles and applying proceeds for the benefit of his children.
c. 7 Elizabeth Kitchen's estate: empowering estate committee to make leases during her lunacy.
c. 8 Simonburn (Northumberland) inclosure.
c. 9 Welton (Northamptonshire) inclosure.
c. 10 Shildon Moor or Great Shildon Common in Bywell (Northumberland) inclosure.
c. 11 Establishing and rendering effectual articles of agreement concerning Normanton (Lincolnshire) inclosure.
c. 12 Enabling the Treasury to compound with Thomas Squire, Robert Lucas and Robert Stevenson, sureties for Philip Chapman for a debt due to the Crown.
c. 13 John Inskip's name.
c. 14 Naturalization of Daniel Mourgue and Amy Rillet.
c. 15 Naturalization of John Ulric Comerell.
c. 16 Naturalization of Paul Bonifas.
c. 17 Enabling William Lord Cavendish of Hardwyck to take in England the oath of office of High Treasurer of Ireland, and to qualify himself in England for legal enjoyment of the office.
c. 18 Charles Duke of Somerset's estate: sale of a capital messuage in Lincoln's Inn Fields (Middlesex) and vesting the same in Edmund Browne and heirs and laying out purchase money in lands to be settled to like uses and trusts as said messuage.
c. 19 Earl and Countess of Powis' estate: sale of manor of Hendon for payment of William late Marquis of Powis' debts and incumbrances and settling the barony and lordship of Powis in Montgomeryshire in lieu thereof.
c. 20 Rectifying a mistake and making more effectual a conveyance in fee farm, made by Henry Arthur Earl of Powis, of Mount Eagle Loyal manor and lands in Kerry.
c. 21 Hugh Earl of Clinton's estate: sale of lands in Somerset.
c. 22 Thomas James Viscount Cashels' estate in Ireland: felling and selling of timber for payment of incumbrances.
c. 23 Enabling Charles Fitzroy Scudamore to take in Great Britain the oath of office as Ingrosser of original writs issuing out of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland, and to qualify himself for the enjoyment of the office.
c. 24 George Pitt's estate: sale of estate in Suffolk and part of estate in Isle of Purbeck (Dorset) for payment of incumbrances and recompense to him for expenses of buildings and improvements on estate.
c. 25 Robert Colebrooke's estate: vesting an undivided sixth part of the manor of Goldstone and lands in Ash (Kent) in trustees, to enable them to make such conveyances as shall be necessary for effecting a partition agreed upon between said Robert and owners of the other undivided parts.
c. 26 Ann Speke's estate in Somerset: enabling her to make leases and copyhold grants during her minority.
c. 27 Sir Theophilus Biddulph's estate in Staffordshire and Litchfield: sale for payment of incumbrances and purchase and settling of others with surplus proceeds.
c. 28 Sir Isaac Lawrence Woollaston's estate in Cambridgeshire, Huntingdon, Lincoln and Norfolk: sale or mortgage for provision of sister's portion.
expld. and am.- Sir Isaac Lawrence Woollaston's estate 1755 (c.4).
c. 29 John Powell Pryce's estate in Montgomeryshire: sale of part for payment of incumbrances and settling other part.
c. 30 Vesting a lease of the manor of Elverton (Kent), granted by the dean and chapter of Canterbury to Ann Tenison, in Peter Saint Eloy and Samuel Smith, in trust for Thomas Tennison and heirs.
c. 31 Robert Barber's estate: sale of part for payment of debts and incumbrances and empowering him to sell and exchange other parts for acquisition and purchase of other lands of equal or greater value.
c. 32 Exempting and exonerating estates devised by William Huddleston's will to be sold from the jointure of Gertrude Rigby, and for charging an annuity or rent-charge of equal value on estates entailed by said will and more effectually to enable his trustees to execute trusts reposed in them by the will.
c. 33 Establishing and rendering effectual several settlements and agreements entered into by Hugh Barker for making provision for his mother and wife and their children.
c. 34 Charles Daly's estate in Ireland: sale of part for payment of incumbrances.
c. 35 Charles Weymondesold divorce from Henrietta Knight.
c. 36 Peter Henley divorce from Susanna Roberts.
c. 37 John Maydwell divorce from Catherine Perrin.
c. 38 Naturalizing Mary Noguier and enabling her, out of the estate devised by her husband John Noguier's will, to make provision for her son and heir Anthony Noguier.
c. 39 Naturalization of Charles Shreiber and Jean François de Cerjat.
1754 (27 & 28 Geo. 2). 1
c. 1 Naturalization of Peter Michael Morin.
1. The private Act cited is the only Act passed in this session of Parliament (Journals of the House of Lords, Vol. XXVIII, pp. 269-281). The various editions of the statutes describe the session as 27 & 28 Geo. 2 sess. 1. [back]