Acts of the Parliaments of Great Britain
Part 8 (1714-1721)
1714 (1 Geo. 1 St. 2). 1
c. 1 Enabling the Barons of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland to grant a
commission to persons in England to administer to Henry Temple and Luke King, the oaths of their office of Remembrancer of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland.
c. 2 Enabling the Barons of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland to grant a commission to some of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer in England to administer to Thomas Hopkins the usual oaths for the due execution of the office of Searcher, Packer and Gauger in the Port of Dublin.
c. 3 Robert, Marquis of Lindsey, Great Chamberlain of England: settling his precedency when made a Duke of Great Britain.
c. 4 John Digby: appointing persons to take care of his person and estate.
c. 5 Vesting in All Souls' College houses and ground belonging to St. Mary's parish, Oxford.
c. 6 Enabling the Barons of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland to grant a commission to persons in Great Britain to administer to Henry Temple the oaths of office of Chief Remembrancer of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland.
c. 7 William Betts' (deceased) estate: sale of part for the discharge of incumbrances and for making good a settlement made of the other part.
c. 8 Thomas Trenchard's estate: enabling trustees to grant leases of part of the lands devised by his will.
c. 9 Relief of William Paterson.
c. 10 Naturalization of Florian Goebell.
c. 11 Naturalizing of Herman Meyer.
c. 12 Repairing the highways through the parishes of St. Michael, St. Alban, St Peter, Shenley Ridge and South Mimms (Hertfordshire and Middlesex).
c. 13 Sale of reversion of manor of Darrington by George, Earl of Cardigan to Theophilus Shelton.
c. 14 Nicholas Fry's estate: vesting in trustees for payment of debts.
c. 15 Enabling Henry, Earl of Rochester and William, Viscount Mountjoy to take the oaths of office for their offices in Ireland and to qualify themselves for the enjoyment of those offices in England.
c. 16 Explanation of an Act concerning Thomas Panton's estate (1698 (8 &
9 Will. 3) (c. 16)).
c. 17 Sir William Courtenay's estate: vesting manors and lands in Devon and Kent in trustees to be sold to purchase other lands in Devon contiguous to the seat of his family to be settled to the same uses.
c. 18 Sir Richard and his son Humphrey Wynche's estate: settlement of a jointure on such woman as Humphrey may marry.
c. 19 George Heneage's estate: enabling him to sell th rectory of North Willingham (Lincolnshire) and lands there , and settling rentcharges of greater value in lieu thereof, and other provisions.
c. 20 Richard Lee's (an infant) estate: enabling him to grant leases with the consent of his trustees despite his minority.
c. 21 Building and endowment of a church on the site of Liverpool Castle and explanation of a related Act [1698 c. 36] [enabling Liverpool to build and endow a church and making the town and liberties a distinct parish from Walton].
r. in pt.- Liverpool City Churches 1897 (c.cxiii), s.29(1)(3)(4), sch.1.
c. 22 John Tanner's (deceased) estate: vesting in trustees to be sold for payment of debts.
c. 23 John Bromfield's estate: sale for payment of debts for provision for him, his wife and their issue.
c. 24 Making the River Kennet navigable from Reading to Newbury.
see: Brit. Tpt. Commn. 1956 (c. lxxiv), ss. 15-18, 20-23.
c. 25 Repair of highways between Tyburn and Uxbridge (Middlesex).
r.- Roads between Tyburn and Uxbridge 1826 (c. lxxvi), s. 1.
c. 26 Enabling Richard Viscount Rosse to settle a jointure on his wife Mary and make a settlement for his issue male, with provision for younger children, despite his nonage [minority], and other provisions.
c. 27 Relief of Anne Milner, Thomas Colmore, William Hunt, William Parrott and others as to customs of goods destroyed in the fire at Thames Street, London.
c. 28 Sir Hungerford Hoskins' estate: enabling him to raise monies, to discharge his brothers' and sisters' portions and to settle a jointure on his wife.
c. 29 Robert Cope's estate: enabling him to settle an additional jointure on Elizabeth his wife and to raise portions and maintenances for his daughters and younger children by her and to enable those in remainder to do the same.
c. 30 Sale of part of the manor of Low Laiton (Essex) and laying out the proceeds in the purchase of lands in Lincolnshire to be settled to the same uses.
c. 31 Naturalization of Frederica Countess of Holderness, Peter Gravier, Theodore Bouchier and Francis Masson.
c. 32 Naturalization of Robert de Ultegar, George Christian Luders and
c. 33 Naturalization of Henry Cornelison.
c. 34 Vesting the honour and estate of John Duke of Athol in James Murray.
expld. and am.- Duke of Atholl's estate 1732 (c. 14).
c. 35 Naturalization of Frederick Guliker.
c. 36 Naturalization of Gerard Roeters.
c. 37 Continuing and making more effectual an Act concerning the road from Stones End (Middlesex) to Enfield (Hertfordshire).
r.- Mdx. Roads 1789 (c. 96), s.1.
c. 38 Enabling the Prince of Wales to qualify himself in Great Britain for the legal enjoyment of the office of Chancellor of the University of Dublin.
c. 39 Enabling Charles Earl of Sunderland and Henry Earl of Rochester to take in Great Britain the oath of office of Vice Treasurer, Receiver General and Paymaster General of His Majesty's revenues in Ireland and to qualify themselves for the enjoyment of the office.
c. 40 Enabling Richard Earl of Burlington and Cork to take in England the oath of office of High Treasurer of Ireland and to qualify himself in England for the legal enjoyment of the office.
c. 41 Vesting in new trustees manors, messuages, lands and hereditaments late of Charles Earl of Dorset and Middlesex of which James Duke of Ormond was seised as surviving trustee at the time of his attainder.
c. 42 Explaining and making more effectual an Act concerning Stockton Parish (1712 (12 Ann) c.7).
c. 43 Naturalization of Casper White.
c. 44 More effectually reversing and making void the attainder of Charles, Earl of Macclesfield, deceased.
c. 45 Discharging Sir Alexander Rigby from his imprisonment and vesting his estate and effects in trustees for the benefit of his creditors.
c. 46 Peter Sunderland's estate: vesting certain lands and tenements in trustees to be sold for payment of debts.
c. 47 Thomas Proctor's estate: enabling him to raise the sum of £4,000 for payment of debts and making provision for his younger children.
c. 48 Naturalization of Erengard Melosine Baroness of Schulenburgh.
1716 (3 Geo.1).
c. 1 Enlargement of time granted by an Act concerning Liverpool Dock
(1709 (8 Ann) c.8).
r.- Liverpool Dock 1843 (c. xcviii), s. 1; 1851 (c. lxiv), s. 2; Mersey
Dock Acts Cons. 1858 (c. xcii), s. 6, sch. A.
c. 2 Naturalization of Isaac Kuyckan Microp.
c. 3 Sunderland Harbour and River Wear preservation and improvement.
Expired: see: River Wear and Sunderland Harbour Imprvt. 1809 (c.xli),
c. 4 Repair of certain Middlesex and Hertfordshire roads.
c. 5 Parish of St. Mary Rotherhithe (Surrey): enabling the parishioners (by certain Funeral Rites 2 therein mentioned) to finish the parish church.
c. 6 Estates of John, Duke of Rutland and his son John Manners, Marquis of Granby: settlement on marriage of the Marquis of Granby to Bridget Sutton, daughter of Lord Lexington and sale of estates of Lord Lexington and Bridget Sutton for her marriage portion.
c. 7 Estate of Sir John Brownlowe (deceased) in Lincolnshire, Yorkshire,
Middlesex and Hertfordshire: confirmation of partition, articles of agreement
and conveyances, and making effectual a fine and recovery of a fee farm rent
of £20, part of the estate in Hertfordshire.
c. 8 John Barrington, alias Shute: change of surname to Barrington, pursuant to
the settlement of Francis Barrington, deceased.
c. 9 Enabling the Barons of the Exchequer in Ireland to grant a commission to some of the Barons of the Exchequer in England to administer to Thomas Hopkins the oaths for the due execution of the office of Searcher, Packer and Gauger in the Port of Dublin, granted to him for his life.
c. 10 Enabling Susanna Catherina Nugent to sue for, recover and hold the portion of £1400, provided for her out of her father's estate, notwithstanding her coverture [married state] and the outlawry of her husband, Hyacinthus Nugent.
c. 11 Francis Fulford's estate: enabling him and his first and other sons successively, to execute a power to grant leases given by the will of Francis Fulford, deceased.
c. 12 Estate of Sir Thomas Heath (deceased): vesting in trustees to be sold for payment of debts and other uses.
c. 13 Robert Davis' estate: rectification of defects in a settlement of estates in Denbighshire and Flintshire, effectually securing payment of debts, making provision for younger children of his son Robert and settling of the said estates.
c. 14 Kensington, Staines and Cranford Bridge roads.
cont. and am.- Middlesex roads 1767 (c. 88).
c. 15 Explaining and making more effectual the Acts of the years 5 Ann. [Bedfordshire and Bucks. roads 1706 (c. 4) 3 ] and 8 Ann. [Bedford and Bucks. highways 1709 (c. 25)] for amending Hockley and Stony-Stratford road.
c. 16 Duke of Montague's estate: sale of part.
c. 17 Enabling Richard, Earl of Scarborough 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 himself for the enjoyment of the said office.
c. 18 Enabling His Majesty to make provision for the wives and children of James, late Earl of Southesque, James, late Lord Drummond, the late Sir Hugh Patterson of Bannockburn and James Sterling, late of Keir.
c. 19 Enabling His Majesty to make such provision for, and settlement on, Margaret the wife of James, late Earl of Panmuir as she would have been entitled to if her husband were naturally dead.
c. 20 Enabling His Majesty to make provision for Lady Nairn and her children out of her paternal estate forfeited during the life of her husband William Murray, late Lord Nairn.
c. 21 Raising and paying Lady Amelia Butler's portion out of lands in
c. 22 Robert Dashwood's and Cholmley Turner's estates: confirmation of partition of manors, lands and hereditaments in Oxfordshire.
c. 23 Confirmation of an agreement between John Wind, vicar of Thirkleby (Yorkshire) and Sir Thomas Frankland for exchange of the vicarage house and certain lands.
c. 24 Estate of Thomas Middleton (deceased): sale for the more speedy raising of
maintenance money and portions for his daughter and for other purposes.
c. 25 Edward Rolt's and John Boteler's estates: exchange of woodland in Hertfordshire.
c. 26 Vesting an estate in Corsham (Wiltshire) in the surviving trustee and executor of Henry Frederick Thynne and his heirs to be sold for the execution of the trusts created by his will.
c. 27 Roger Strafford: change of surname to Wollacombe, according to the
will of Roger Wollacombe.
c. 28 John Stone and John Stone the younger's estate: sale for the discharge of incumbrances and securing residue money as mentioned..
c. 29 William Newman's estate: sale of part of the estate of his marriage
settlement for payment of debts and settlement of another estate in lieu.
c. 30 Estate of Thomas Richmond (deceased): sale for payment of debts, legacies and funeral expenses.
c. 31 Declaration of uses of two fines levied by John and Margaret Cuff to Joseph Kelly and his heirs and Maurice Cuff of certain lands and tithes in Counties Down and Cavan (Ireland).
c. 32 Patrick Wemys' estate: sale of houses in Dublin for payment of debts and settling lands in Kilkenny and elsewhere to the same uses.
c. 33 Naturalization of John Jacob Heldt, Theodore Van Rheden and others.
1717 (4 Geo. 1).
c. 1 George Bubb: change of surname to Dodington.
c. 2 Naturalization of Abraham Boetefeur.
c. 3 Better explaining and making more effectual several Acts therein mentioned concerning Bristol Hospitals and Workhouses.
r.- Bristol Imprvt. 1822 (c.xxiv), s.1.
c. 4 London, East Grinstead, Sutton and Kingston roads.
c. 5 Southwark, Greenwich and Lewisham roads.
c. 6 Maidenhead, Twyford and Henley roads.
r.- Henley, Maidenhead and Reading Road 1806 (c.cxlv), s.1.
c. 7 Reading and Basingstoke road.
r.- Road from Reading to Basingstoke 1801 (c.lix), s.1.
c. 8 Estates of William, Duke of Devonshire and William Cavendish, Marquis of Hartington: settlement of estates on the marriage of the Marquis of Hartington with Catherine Hoskins.
c. 9 Enabling the Duke of Kent and Antony Grey, Earl of Harrold to make jointures for the wife or wives of the Earl of Harrold and other purposes therein mentioned.
see: Lucas Estate 1963 (c. 1), preamble.
c. 10 Vesting the manor of Esher Wattervile and other land in Thomas, Duke of Newcastle in consideration of rent charges issuing out of the same and other lands, in lieu thereof, to the use of the Corporation of Kingston-upon-Thames (Surrey) in trust for the poor of the town.
c. 11 Earl of Burlington's estate: power to make leases of a piece of ground
behind Burlington House.
see: Earl of Burlington's estate 1733 (c. 6).
c. 12 Confirmation of sales of a fee farm rent and other lands in Bedfordshire made between John Lord Carterett and William Hilderson and discharge of the same from estates, terms and trusts to which they are respectively liable by settlements made thereof.
c. 13 Vesting the great tithes and glebe lands of the rectory of Saxby (Leicestershire) in Bennet, Lord Harborough in lieu of other lands and an annuity to be settled on said rector and his successors for ever, and other provisions.
c. 14 Estate of John late Earl of Kildare (deceased): sale of part for payment of debts.
c. 15 Establishing the disposition of the personal estate of Sir Benjamin Bathurst, deceased, and the settlement on his three sons under his will and exchanging ground rents in Wapping (Middlesex) for another of similar value, and other provisions.
c. 16 James Bertie's estate: better enabling him to raise portions for his younger children.
c. 17 Making more effectual certain articles of agreement made between Sir George Downing and Dame Mary Forester and her trustees.
c. 18 Confirmation and better performance of an agreement made between the relict and sons of Sir John Napier, deceased, concerning his real and personal estate and for vesting lands in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire in trustees for the better performance of the agreement.
c. 19 Charles Eversfield's estate: vesting land and tenements in Sussex in trustees for payment of debts and provision for his son.
c. 20 Joseph Thurston's estate: sale of part in Suffolk and Essex for payment of debts and provision for children.
c. 21 Francis Cornwall's estate: exonerating and discharging himself and his manors, lands and hereditaments from certain articles of agreement made before his marriage.
c. 22 Ralph Shipperdson's estate: sale of estate in Studley Roger (Yorkshire) free from the uses and trusts in his marriage settlement and settlement of estate in East Murton (Durham) in lieu.
c. 23 Enabling the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury or Lord High Treasurer to compound with John Offley for the debt owed to the Crown for duties on tobacco.
c. 24 Naturalization of Peter Rose and others.
c. 25 Naturalization of Martin Ludolph, Ulrick Jansen, John Ludolph Spellerbergh, John Spiker and Laurence Gundeloah.
1718 (5 Geo. 1).
c. 1 Stokenchurch and New Woodstock road.
r.- Oxford Roads 1778 (c. 91), s. 1.
c. 2 Beaconsfield and Stokenchurch road.
r.- Beaconsfield and Stokenchurch road 1823 (c. cviii), s. 1.
c. 3 Making more effectual agreements made between Thomas Holles, Duke of Newcastle, Henry Pelham, Lord Harley and Lady Henrietta his wife and William and Gilbert Vane in relation to the will and estate of John late Duke of Newcastle and settling the same according to such agreements, and other provisions.
c. 4 Vesting fee and inheritance of Halifax House in St. James's Square (Westminster) and castle and manor of Fotheringhay (Northamptonshire) in trustees to be sold, together with a term of 500 years, devised by William Marquis of Halifax, to his executors, in trust, for better performance of his will.
c. 5 Relief of Sir Nicholas Tempest relating to an estate demised to him by William, late Lord Widdrington and Lady Jane, his wife, many years before Lord Widdrington's attainder.
c. 6 William Glanville: enabling him to take the surname of Glanville instead of Evelyn, pursuant to the will of William Glanville.
c. 7 Enabling William Pulteney and those in remainder to lease houses and grounds therein mentioned and to rectify mistakes in two leases from King Charles II to Sir William Pulteney and King William III to John Pulteney.
c. 8 Thomas Jett's estate: vesting lands and tenements in Somerset in trustees to be sold other land to be purchased and settled in lieu from the proceeds.
c. 9 Vesting in John Porrett and heirs part of the estate of Thomas Davidson at Stranton, Seaton, Carew and Thorp Thewles (Durham) free from uses and trusts of Davidson's marriage settlement and settling other lands of better value to the same uses.
c. 10 Thomas Earl of Westmorland's estate: sale of property in Kent and purchase and settlement of lands in or near Northampton from the proceeds.
c. 11 Francis Phelips' estate:vesting an estate in Barking (Essex) to be sold
for purposes therein mentioned.
c. 12 Thomas Willoughby's estate: enabling him and those in remainder to make a jointure.
c. 13 Enabling Katherine Paul to transfer certain trusts as if she were twenty-one
years of age.
c. 14 Confirmation of an agreement between the City of London Corporation, as
Governors of the hospitals of Edward King of England
the sixth, of Christ, Bridewell and St. Thomas the Apostle, and the Governors
of the schools founded by Erasmus Smith.
c. 15 Robert Barnwell's estate: sale of part and purchase of other lands to be
settled in lieu.
c. 16 Nathaniel Long's estate: sale for payment of debts and application of the residue in accordance with his will.
c. 17 Naturalization of Peter Sejourne, Samuel Dufresmay and Peter Lucas.
c. 18 Naturalization of Lodowick Christian Sprogell.
c. 19 Making town and township of Sunderland a distinct parish from the parish of Bishop Wearmouth (Durham).
c. 20 Philip Duke of Wharton's estate: vesting the manors of Askie and Catterton and other lands in Yorkshire in trustees to be sold or mortgaged for certain purposes.
c. 21 Enabling the Treasury to compound with Jasper Cullum for debts he stands engaged for to the Crown on account of Richard Lee, Thomas Corbin, Heneage Robinson and John Fox for duties on tobacco.
c. 22 Enabling the Treasury to compound with Robert Wemes for the debt
due from him to His Majesty in relation to the duties on salt.
c. 23 Enabling Robert and Mary Packer, Winchcombe Howard Packer, Henrietta Winchcombe, Thomas Skerret and Dame Elizabeth Winchcombe to enter claims before Commissioners and trustees concerning claims upon forfeited estates and to empower the Commissioners and trustees to hear and determine them.
c. 24 Relief of Edward Clent, executor of Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Clent, for an army debenture lost in the pay office.
c. 25 Naturalization of Peter Lamy de Hame and Charlotte Whetstone.
1719 (6 Geo. 1).
c. 1 Settlement and assurance of Orton and Bottle Bridge manors and other premises in Huntingdonshire to uses mentioned in Margarett Duchess of Newcastle's will.
c. 2 Earl of Hadington's estate: vesting part in trustees to be sold, other estates of like value to be purchased and settled to the same uses from the proceeds.
c. 3 Enabling Anne Walker alias Baugh (a minor), wife of Thomas Folliot Walker to sell and convey to William Conolly her share of lands in Ireland devised to her by Thomas Lord Folliot's will.
c. 4 Confirmation of a petition made between George Lord Carbery and Henry O'Brien of certain lands in Northamptonshire and Rutlandshire.
c. 5 Baltonsbury Common (Somerset) inclosure.
c. 6 Thomas Dove's estate: raising £2000 upon his estate at Upton, Sutton, Aylesworth and Caston and sale of his estate at Heathencote (Northamptonshire) for payment of his and his father's debts, incumbrances and portions for his siblings.
c. 7 Gratwood Heath in Eccleshall (Staffordshire) inclosure.
c. 8 Enabling lessees and farmers of Daniel Whitby, prebendary of Teington Regis to make leases of copyhold lands of manors of Preston, alias Preston and Churchland, alias Parsons land (Devon).
c. 9 Making townships of Shipston and Tidmington a distinct parish from Tredington (Worcestershire) and dividing rectory of Tredington in three.
c. 10 Supplying the defects in, and better performance of, the will of Edmund Dunch.
c. 11 Discharging certain estates in Lincolnshire and Warwickshire from uses and limitations contained in marriage settlement of Sir William Keyte and for settling other lands in Gloucestershire.
c. 12 Estates of Sir John and Sir Christopher Hales (deceased): vesting in trustees to be sold for raising money for paying and discharging debts.
c. 13 Sir John Chichester's estate: sale of part for certain purposes.
c. 14 Enabling Elizabeth Gomeldon and trustees to enter claims before Commissioners and trustees of forfeited estates and empowering them to hear and determine the same.
c. 15 Enabling Lawrence Broderick (an infant) to perform articles of an agreement entered into by his deceased mother.
c. 16 John Sandford's estate: sale of part for payment of debts and legacies.
c. 17 William Pembroke's estate: sale for purposes therein mentioned.
c. 18 Estate of John Pendarves (deceased): vesting in new trustees.
c. 19 John Rosier: change of surname to Reynolds.
c. 20 Naturalization of Mary, Viscountess Howe, wife of Scroope, Viscount Howe.
c. 21 Naturalization of Gerard Van Neck.
c. 22 Naturalization of Bennet Erasmus Hopfer.
c. 23 Naturalization of John Backer and George Kruger.
c. 24 Naturalization of Samuel Gampert.
c. 25 Naturalization of Cornelius Backer and Henry de Putter.
c. 26 Naturalization of Francis and John Van Hermert, Frederick Morgan and Henry Sander.
c. 27 Naturalization of John Henry Grutzman.
c. 28 Gilbert Nicholetts' estate: vesting in trustees for payment of debts and sisters' portions and making provision for his widow and child.
c. 29 Annexing the Duke of Shrewsbury's estate to the Earldom of Shrewsbury and confirming Gilbert, Earl of Shrewsbury's settlement. 4
see: Estates of Earl of Shrewsbury and Thomas Gilbert exchange 1779
(c. 45), s. 21; Earl of Shrewsbury's Estate 1814 (c. ccxi), s. 1.
r.in pt.- Shrewsbury Estate 1843 (c. 28), ss. 6, 11, 32.
ext.in pt.- Shrewsbury Estate 1862 (c. 5), s. 2.
s. 8 r.- Shrewsbury Estate 1954 (c. 1), s. 3(1).
c. 30 Estates of Bishopric of London and Charles Earl of Peterborough and Monmouth: exchange of several small parcels of lands in the parish and manor of Fulham.
c. 31 Enabling any corporations within University of Cambridge, or any other persons, to sell and convey messuages and ground to the university for enlarging their public library.
c. 32 Church of St. Martin-in-the Fields: rebuilding at charge of parish inhabitants.
r.(parish of St. George Hanover Square) - S.R.& O.1901/278(L), art.8,
sch. pt.I of Westminster (St. George Hanover Square) Scheme
residue r.(saving) - S.R.& O.1901/278(L), art.8, sch. pt.I of Westminster
(St. Martin-in-the-Fields) Scheme (No.7).
c. 33 Sir Warwick Coppleston Bamfylde's estate: sale of part and settlement of another estate of greater value to the same uses.
c. 34 Sir James Lumley's estate: sale of lands for settling a jointure for purposes mentioned and payment of his and his father's debts.
r.- Lumley's estate 1725 (c. 22).
c. 35 Naturalization of Philip Germain and George Hallmans.
c. 36 Naturalization of George Angell.
1720 (7 Geo. 1 St. 1).
c. 1 Naturalization of John and George Robethon.
c. 2 Naturalization of Joachim Peterssen, Henry Muilman, Benedict Coep and John Ott.
c. 3 Lighthorne (Warwickshire) inclosure.
c. 4 Stokesby Common (Norfolk) inclosure and drainage.
c. 5 Heneage, Earl of Aylesford's estate: sale of part in Kent and purchase of another in Leicestershire of better value to be settled in lieu.
c. 6 Naturalization of Isabella Countess of Denbigh.
c. 7 Naturalization of John Hartcup.
c. 8 Naturalization of Gilbert de Flines, Christian Zincke and others.
c. 9 Enabling Thomas Lord Parker, Lord Chancellor, John Sutton, Edward and Sarah Ayres and Matthew and Sarah Hawes to make exchanges of land and to perform several agreements.
c. 10 Marquis of Halifax's estate: sale for better performance of his will.
c. 11 Richard Earl Rivers' estate: settlement pursuant to an agreement made between the Earl and Countess of Rochford, James Barry Earl of Barrymore and his daughter Lady Penelope Barry and John Earl Rivers, subject to payment of Earl Rivers' debts and legacies.
c. 12 Lord Romney's estate: sale of part in Norfolk and settlement of other lands of greater value in Kent.
c. 13 Enabling any corporation within the University of Oxford or any other persons to sell or convey any messuages and ground within the university for building a library, pursuant to John Radcliffe's will, and for empowering any colleges in the university to sell or convey any ground or houses to each other.
c. 14 Sir Charles Carteret's estate: vesting in trustees for payment of debts and settling the remainder to the uses in his will.
c. 15 Enabling the King to grant the inheritance of certain estates held by leases from Crown by Sir William Pulteney's family, in which more than 100 years are left, to be settled according to uses directed in Sir William's will.
c. 16 Thomas and Mary Pagett's estate: vesting in trustees a moiety of divers manors and lands in Essex to enable them to convey the same according to articles of sale.
see: Thomas Pagett 1723 (10 Geo. 1) (c. 16).
c. 17 Herbert Perrot Packington's estate: enabling him to acknowledge fines and suffer recoveries whilst under twenty-one years of age.
c. 18 Henry Harrington's estate: vesting lands and tenements in Gloucestershire to be sold, other lands of greater value to be purchased and settled in lieu.
c. 19 Harry Bridges's estate: enabling sale of manors of Ilebrewers (Somerset) for payment of his daughter's portion and legacies charged thereupon.
c. 20 Discharging estates in Norfolk and Suffolk of and from the uses and limitations contained in the marriage settlement of Thomas de Grey and settling other estates in the said counties to the same uses.
c. 21 James Clavering's estate: enabling him to sell the estate at Tanfield (Durham) free from the uses and trusts of his marriage settlement and to settle his estate at Hall Hill (Durham) to the same uses.
c. 22 Jonas Rolfe's estate: vesting manors of Burnells, alias Riston, and lands in Norfolk, in trustees, to be sold for discharging the incumbrances thereon, and other provisions.
c. 23 Robert Paynter's estate: enabling him to sell the manors of Twydal and East Court (Kent) and to settle other lands of greater value to the same or like uses.
c. 24 John Earl of Kildare's estate in Limerick (Ireland): sale for payment of incumbrances and charges, and other provisions.
c. 25 Richard Cambridge's estate: discharge of part of the estate in Gloucestershire from the uses of his marriage settlement and settlement of another in the same county of better value to the like uses.
c. 26 Ellenhall, Seighford and Ronton (Staffordshire) inclosure.
c. 27 Naturalization of James Masse and Jacob Stolck.
c. 28 Naturalization of John de Neufuille.
c. 29 Confirming manor of Lathem (Lancashire) to Richard Waring, Bryan Fairfax and Thomas Ashurst, subject to trusts to which the same are now liable and discharged of a clause in letters patent of Charles I for reconveying the reversion in fee to the Crown.
c. 30 Anthony Lechmere's estate: vesting part in trustees to be sold for payment
c. 31 Estate of Robert Bell and Richard Bell (his son): sale of manor of Radwell and another estate in Radwell in Norton (Hertfordshire) and purchase and settlement of other lands to the same uses.
c. 32 Richard Gwynn's estate: sale of the estate in the County of Brecon [Brecknockshire] for payment of debts and settlement of an estate in Carmarthenshire to certain purposes.
c. 33 Edward Nedham's estate in Leicestershire: sale of part for payment of debts charged thereon, and other provisions.
c. 34 Naturalization of John Frederick Jales.
1721 (7 Geo. 1 St. 2).
c. 1 Naturalization of James Lostan.
1721 (8 Geo. 1).
c. 1 Naturalization of Van Thienen and Baroness of Schoulenburgh.
c. 2 Naturalization of Jeanne Coltee du Carel and others.
c. 3 Naturalization of Tebuteau, Murat and others.
c. 4 Vesting two fourth parts of a fee farm rent of £82 8s. 2d. issuing out of Kingswood manor (Wiltshire) in trustees to the like uses as Johnson's Farm in Stanton Harcourt and Southly (Oxfordshire) were devised by Dame Elizabeth Harcourt, and, in lieu thereof, vesting Johnson's Farm in Viscount Harcourt.
c. 5 City of Bristol: enabling the Mayor, Burgesses and Commonalty to build an Exchange for the benefit of the merchants and traders.
c. 6 Sir John Wentworth's estate: sale of part.
c. 7 Sir Ralph Milbanke's estate: vesting part in trustees to be sold for performing his father's will and an agreement with his brother and sisters.
c. 8 Steeple and Tyneham (Isle of Purbeck) (Dorset): uniting and consolidating the parish churches.
c. 9 Estate of Elizabeth and Margaret Newton (minors): enabling them to grant leases with the consent of their trustees .
c. 10 James Price's estate: vesting in trustees to be sold for payment of portions and legacies.
c. 11 Empowering the Commissioners and trustees for forfeited estates to give such relief to Hugh Wallace and his son Hugh Wallace, concerning their part in an heritable bond and enfeoffment upon the estate of James Earl of Linlithgow, attainted of high treason, as they have given to other claimants upon the said bond.
c. 12 Naturalization of Samuel Palmer.
c. 13 Naturalization of Lucas Steinman, Paul Kruger and Henry Boon.
c. 14 Naturalization of Christopher Schele.
c. 15 Explanation and amendment of an Act concerning Viscount Dillon's estate [sale of part and settlement of an equivalent on Viscoutess Dillon]
[1703 (c. 6)].
c. 16 Glastonbury Commons (Somerset) inclosure.
c. 17 Sir William Davie's estate: sale for payment of legacies and portions for daughters.
c. 18 Enabling His Majesty to make provisions for the children of James Mackdonald out of the estate of their uncle Sir Donald Mackdonald, which was forfeited to the Crown for high treason.
c. 19 Naturalization of Agatha Drummond.
c. 20 Naturalization of James Girardot and Paul Amsink.
c. 21 Naturalization of John Blydesteyn.
1. No private Acts were passed in the first session of Parliament (1 Geo. 1 St. 1) in 1714 which lasted from 1 to 25 August 1714 (Journals of the House of Lords, vol. XX, p.3, 15). The three public Acts passed in that session are listed in the Chronological Table of the Statutes.[back]