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ment of commissioners for erecting a harbour for ships to the eastward of Dunleary, within the port and harbour of Dublin.
An act to remove certain difficulties in the disposition of copy-hold estates by will.
An act to enable his Majesty, until six weeks after the commencement of the next session of Parliament, to regulate the trade and commerce carried on between his Majesty's subjects and the inhabitants of the United States of America.
An act for better regulating the
practice of apothecaries throughout England and Wales.
An act for exonerating the estates and effects of the late Sir James Colebrooke, the late Sir George Colebrooke, Arnold Nesbitt, Sir Samuel Fludyer, Adam Drummond, and Moses Franks, and of their sureties, from all claims and demands whatsoever in respect of any contracts entered into with his Majesty's government.
An act for enabling his Majesty to raise the sum of six millions for the service of Great Britain.
PUBLIC INCOME OF GREAT BRITAIN,
For the Year ending 5th January, 1815.
An Account of the ORDINARY REVENUES, and EXTRAORDINARY RESOURCES, constituting the PUBLIC INCOME of
2,466,935 19 5
8,689,068 9 5