An act (5 & 6 Will. & Mar. c10) for relief of the orphans and other creditors of the City of London
(London. Printed by Thomas Baskett. 1747). 19 p.

An act (5 & 6 Will. & Mar., c. 20) for granting to their Majesties several rates and duties upon tunnage of ships and vessels, and upon beer, ale, and other liquors
(London. printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1817). 22 p.

An act (5 & 6 Will & Mary) for erecting a new parish to be called the parish of Saint John of Wapping
(London?). 1695. 27 p.

An act (57 & 58 Vict. cap. clxiv) to authorise the Southwark and Vauxhall Water Company to acquirelands, construct additional works and raise additional capital
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1894). 15 p.

An act (57 & 58 Vict. cap. clxv) to authorise the Company of Proprietors of the West Middlesex Waterworks to raise additional capital
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1894). 5 p.

An act (57 & 58 Vict. cap. xiv) to repeal the acts relating to the London Life Association from thedate of its registration as a limited company and to make provisions for the future government of the association and the management of its affairs
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1894?). 18 p.

An act (57 Geo.3 cap.127) to settle the share of prize money, droits of Admiralty, and bounty moneypayable to Greenwich Hospital, and for securing to the said hospital all unclaimed shares of vessels found derelict, and of seizures for breach of revenue, colonial, navigation, and slave abolition laws
(London. Eyre and Strahan. 1817). 4 p.

An act (57 Geo.3 cap. xxiii) for better lighting the streets and houses of the metropolis with gas: (City of London Gas, Light & Coke Co. act)
(London. 1817). 29 p.

An act (57 Geo. III cap. lxxiii) for raising money, by annuities or otherwise: for the purpose of erecting a workhouse for the use of the poor of the parish of Saint John of Wapping
(London?. 1817?). 16 p.

An act (57 Geo. III cap. xxix) for better paving, improving, and regulating the streets of the metropolis
London. printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1854. 194 p.

An act (57 Geo. III. cap. xxix) for better paving, improving and regulating the streets of the metropolis: and removing and preventing nuisances and obstructions therein
London. Eyre and Strahan. 1820. 228 p.

An act (58 Geo. III c. 22) to enable the trustees of Saint Paul's School in the City of London to purchase buildings and land
(London. 1818?). 9 p.

An act (58 Geo. III cap. lxii) to amend the several acts passed for making wet docks, basons, cuts... for the greater accommodation ... of shipping ... within the port of London
(London. printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1818). (11) p.

An act (59 & 60 Vict. cap. cclii) to extend the time for the purchase of lands for the purposes ofthe City and South London Railway Act 1893, and for the completion of the underground railway and works
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1896). 10 p.

An act (59 & 60 Vict. cap. ccxxix) to confer further powers upon the ... company of the New River brought from Chadwell and Amwell to London, commonly called the New River Company
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1896). 19 p.

An act (59 & 60 Vict. cap. ccxxvii) to confer further powers on the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway Company
London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1896). 15 p.

An act (59 & 60 Vict. cap. clvii) to confer further powers on the Metropolitan District Railway Company
(London. Printed by Waterlow. 1896). 10 p.

An act (59 & 60 Vict. cap. clxxxiv) to authorise the North Metropolitan Railway and Canal Company to make alterations and improvements in their canal
(London. Printed by Vacher. 1896). ii, 26 p.

An act (59 & 60 Vict. cap. xxxix) to amend the Great Northern London Cemetery Act 1876 in referenceto the disposal of superflous lands and for other purposes
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1896). 4 p.

An act (59 & 60 Vict. cap. xxxvi) for amending the Metropolitan Markets Acts 1857 and 1865
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1896). 7 p.

An act (59 Geo. III cap. 35) for confirming ... leases ... made by the trustees ... of Thomas Holloway ... of certain parts of his ... estates (situated in the Parish of St. James Westminster)
Holloway, Thomas
(London. Printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1819). (39) p.

An act (59 Geo.III cap. cxi) to vary and alter certain acts ... relating to the Grand Junction Canal, the Grand Junction Water Works, and the Regent's Canal, in order to effect an exchange of water
(London. Printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1820). (18) p.

An act (59 Geo. III cap. cxxvii) to alter and amend an act (55 Geo. III cap. xcix) intituled An actto repeal the acts now in force relating to bread to be sold in the city of London
(London. printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1819). (11) p.

An act (59 Geo. III cap. xv) for raising a further sum of money, by annuities or otherwise: for thepurpose of erecting a workhouse for the use of the poor of the parish of Saint John of Wapping
(London?. 1819?). 3 p.

An act (59 Geo.III cap. xx) to alter and enlarge the powers of the Gas Light and Coke Company
(London. Printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1819). (7) p.

An act (59 Geo. III cap. XXXIX) for establishing a select vestry in the parish of Saint Pancras ...to which is added an act (1 & 2 Gul. IV cap. 60) for the better regulationa of vestries
London. Printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1836. 176 p.

An act (5 Edw.7, cap. ccix) to amend the acts relating to buildings in London, to confer various powers on the London County Council, and for other purposes
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1905). 23 p.

An act (5 Geo. 4, cap. 125) to repeal several acts for the relief and employment of the poor of ...Saint Mary Islington ... for lighting, and watching, and preventing nuisances and annoyances therein: for amending ... roads in the ... parish; and for providing a chapel of ease and an additional burial ground
London. printed by Eyre. 1825. 150, 80 p.

An act (5 Geo. III cap. 51) for the sale of certain lands in the County of Kent, settled upon the rector of ... St. George, Bloomsbury ... and for applying the money ... for the benefit of the said rector
(London?. 1765?). 7 p.

An act (5 Geo.III cap.65) for rebuilding the parish church of Alhallows on the wall
(London. 1765). (20) l.

An act (5 Geo. IV cap. 26) to enable Sir Charles Morgan ... to grant building leases of certain copyhold lands held of the manor of Stebbunheath, otherwise Stepney
Morgan, Charles
(London. Printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1824). (11) p.

An act (5 Geo. IV cap. 35) to carry into complete effect certain articles of agreement ... betweenJohn, Lord Bishop of London since deceased (and others) ... and the Company of Proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal
Randolph, John
(London. Printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1824). (26) p.

An act (5 Geo.IV cap. cxii) for building a bridge over the River Thames from the Hamlet of Hammersmith ... to the Parish of Barnes
(London. 1824). 99 p.

An act (5 Geo. IV cap. CXXVI) for better governing and regulating the parish of Paddington ... andfor altering and amending several acts ... for rebuilding the church (St. Mary's) and enlarging the chruchyard ... (passed 17 June, 1824)
London. Printed by W. Dary. 1835. 236 p.

An act (5 Geo.IV cap. lxxviii) to establish an additional company (the Phoenix Gas Light and Coke Company) for more effectually lighting with gas certain places within ... Southwark
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1847). (36) p.

An act (5 Geo. IV c.CVIII) to provide for the paving, gravelling, lighting and watching certain footways and carriageways in and near Brompton square in the parish of Saint Mary Abbotts Kensington ... and ... for the maintenance of a garden and shrubbery in the ... square
London. Printed by Eyre and Strahan. 1825. (28), 44p.

An act (5 Geo. IV c. cxxiii) to enable the Mayor ... and citizens of ... London to raise a sum of money ... to pay off the monies now charged ... for improving the navigation of the river Thames westward of London Bridge, within the ... city of London
(London. Eyre & Strahan. 1824). 8 p.

An act (60 & 61 Vict. cap. ccxlvii) for empowering the Metropolitan District Railway Company to construct an underground railway from near Earl's Court Station to the Mansion House Station
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1897). 65 p.

An act (61 & 62 Vict. cap. cclxi) to empower the Metropolitan District Railway Company to subscribetowards the capital of the Whitechapel and Bow Railway Company
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1898). 7 p.

An act (62 & 63 Vict. cap. cclxii) to confer further powers on the Brompton and Piccadilly Circus Railway Company
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1899). 25 p.

An act (62 & 63 Vict. cap. cclxvi) to empower the London County Council to make a new street from Holborn to the Strand and a widening of Southampton Row, to widen High Street Kensington and to make other street improvements and works
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1899). 67 p.

An act (62 & 63 Vict. cap. cxvi) to confirm certain provisional orders of the Local government board relating to the Parishes of Devonport and Saint Mary Newington, and to the Greenwich and Wolverhampton Unions
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1899). 7 p.

An act (6 & 7 Gulielmi IV cap. cxxxiii) for building a footbridge over the ... Thames from Hungerford Market ... to the opposite shore ... and for making suitable approaches thereto
(London. Printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1842). (76) p.

An act (6 & 7 Vict, cap. xix) to amend an act relating to the building of the Hungerford and Lambeth suspension foot bridge: and for granting further powers to the Hungerford and Lambeth Suspension Foot Bridge Company
(London. Printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1843.). (6) p.

An act (6 & 7 Will. IV cap. cxxiii) for making a railway from the Minories to Blackwall, with branches, to be called the Commercial Railway
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1836). (159) p.

An act (6 Ann. cap. 30) for the better securing Her Majesty's purchase of Cotton-House in Westminster
(1706?). 3 p.

An act (6 Ann. cap.58) for the better preventing mischiefs that may happen by fire (in the Cities of London and Westminster)
(London. Printed by Bill. 1708). (5) p.

An act (6 Geo. 4 cap. 45) to enlarge the powers of several acts passed in the thirty-fifth, forty-fourth, forty-fifth and forty-eighth years of the reign of ... George the Third, for enabling the Lord Bishop of London to grant of lease with powers of renewal, of lands in the parish of Paddington ... for the purpose of building upon
(London?. 1825). 95 p.

An act (6 Geo. 4 cap. cv) for making and constructing certain wet docks, warehouses, and other works, in the parish of Saint Botolph without Aldgate, and in the parish or precinct of Saint Katharine near the Tower
(London. printed by Eyre and Strahan. 1828). (106) p.

An act (6 Geo. II cap. 22) for filling up such part of the chanel of Bridewell Dock and Fleet Ditchas lies between Holborn Bridge and Fleet Bridge, and for converting the ground: to the use of the city of London
(1732?). 1 sheet.

An act (6 Geo.III cap.27) to explain ... an act (33 Geo.II cap.30) ... intituled An act for widening certain streets, lanes and passages within the City of London
(London. 1766?). 5 p.

An act (6 Geo.III cap.37) to ... amend ... an act (4 Geo. III cap.14) ... for the better regulationof buildings, and to prevent mischiefs that may happen by fire, within the weekly bills of mortality
(London. Printed by Baskett. 1766). (12) p.

An act (6 Geo.III, cap.64) for the better maintaining, regulating, and employing, the poor within the Parish of Saint Botolph, Aldgate
(London. Printed by Baskett. 1766). (12) p.

An act (6 Geo.III cap.66) for building a bridge cross the River of Thames from Battersea in ... Surry (sic), to Chelsea in ... Middlesex
(London. 1766?). 14 p.

An act (6 Geo.III cap.76) to enable the Governor and Company of the Bank of England to purchase certain houses and ground ... near to the Bank, and for making certain avenues leading thereto more commodious
(London. Printed by Baskett. 1766). (25) p.

An act (6 Geo. IV, c. 16) to amend the laws relating to bankrupts ... 1825
(London. printedby Eyre & Strahan. 1825). (48) p.

An act (6 Geo. IV cap. 32) for enabling the devisees under the will of ... George Simon late Earl Harcourt, to grant a building and repairing lease of Harcourt House ... in Cavendish Square
Harcourt, George Simon
(London. Printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1825). (14) p.

An act (6 Geo. IV cap. 47) for enabling the Archbishop of Canterbury ... to grant licenses for building upon ... the manors of Lambeth and Croydon
(London. 1825). 7 p.

An act (6 Geo. IV, cap. 94) to alter and amend an act for the better protection of the property ofmerchants and others, who may hereafter enter into contracts or agreements in relation to goods, wares or merchandize intrusted to factors or agents ... 1825
(London. printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1825). (6) p.

An act (6 Geo. IV cap. clxxvi) for extinguishing tithes: within the parish of Saint Botolph-without-Bishopsgate in ... the city of London
(London. printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1825). (16) p.

An act (7 & 8 Vict. cap. 30) for confirming and carrying into execution certain articles of agreement made ... between Charles James, Lord Bishop of London (and others) ... the Company of Proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal, and the Grand Junction Waterworks Company
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1856). (32)p.

An act (7 & 8 Vict. cap. xcv) for incorporating the London Gas Light Company
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1855). (56) p.

An act (7 Edw. 7 cap. cxl) to provide for the union of the parishes in the city of London into oneparish, and to make better provision for the local government of the said city
(London. printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1907). 21 p.

An act (7 Geo. III, c. 48) for regulating the proceedings of certain public companies and corporations carrying on trade or dealings with joint stocks
(London. printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1817). 3 p.

An act (7 Geo. III cap. 18) to enable the trustees of the British Museum to ... dispose of any duplicates of printed books, medals, coins
(London. Printed by Baskett. 1767). (4) p.

An act (7 Geo. IV cap. 22) for building a parsonage-house for the rector of the Parish of Saint Paul Shadwell
(London. 1826). 21 p.

An act (7 Geo. IV cap. 32) for dissolving ... the Genuine beer brewery and for enabling the directors and trustees thereof to dispose of the estates and effects of the concern
(London. Printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1826). (14) p.

An act (7 Geo.IV cap. cxl) to amend an act (33 Geo.III c.80) for confirming ... (an) agreement between the ... proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal and certain persons, for supplying with water the inhabitants of Paddington ... and also ... for amending the powers vested in the Grand Junction Waterworks Company
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1855). (42) p.

An act (7 Geo. IV cap. cxvi) for extinguishing tithes: within that part of the parish of Saint Botolph-without-Aldersgate ... situate in the city of London
(London?. 1826). 29 p.

An act (7 Geo. IV cap. liv) for extinguishing tithes: within the parish of Saint Giles Cripplegatein ... the city of London
(London. printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1826). (16) p.

An act (7 Will.IV and 1 Vict. cap. cxxiii) for making wet docks and other works on the south side of the River Thames ... near Rotherhithe and Deptford ... to be called the Grand Collier Docks
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1837). (101) p.

An act (7 Will. IV and 1 Vict. cap. cxxxiii) to amend the act (6 & 7 Will.IV cap cxxiii) relating to the Commercial Railway Company
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1837). (3) p.

An act (8 & 9 Vict, cap. lxii) to amend the acts relating to the Hungerford and Lambeth SuspensionFoot Bridge Company, hereafter to be called the Charing Cross Bridge Company: and for granting futher powers to the ... company
(London. Printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1845). (19) p.

An act (8 & 9 Vict. cap. lxix) for uniting the Vauxhall and Southwark Water Companies into one company, to be called the Southwark and Vauxhall Water Company
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1851). (18) p.

An act (8 & 9 Will. 3 cap. 14) for the compleating the building and adorning the cathedral church of St. Paul, London, and for repairing the collegiate church of St. Peter, Westminster
(London. printed by Bill. 1697). (8) p.

An act (8 & 9 Will. 3 cap. 17) for paving and regulating the Hay market in the parishes of Saint Martin-in-the-fields and Saint James within the liberty of Westminster
(London. printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1823). 4 p.

An act (8 Geo.1 cap.30) for repairing the highways from ... Whitechapel Church ... Middlesex, to Shenfield, and to the ... Town of Epping
(London. Printed by Baskett. 1722). (20) p.

An act (8 Geo. III cap. 32) for the purchase of Gresham college &c
(London. The Corporation. 1825). 8 p.

An act (9 & 10 Vict. cap. ccxlvi) to repeal, alter and amend the several acts relating to Billingsgate market
(London. The Corporation?). 1846. 14 p.

An act (9 & 10. Will. III. cap. 28) for the exporting watches, swordhilts, and other manufactures of silver
(London). printed by J. Richardson. (1818?). single sheet.

An act (9 Ann. cap. 30) for dissolving the marriage of Stephen Jermyn, the only son of Stephen Jermyn of London, merchant, with Sarah Bell
Jermyn, Stephen ; Jermyn, Sarah
(London?. 1711?). 3 p.

An act (9 Edw. VII cap. lxvii) for the better regulation of the traffic in the streets of the Cityof London
(London. Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1909). 2 p.

An act (9 Geo. 11 cap. 29) for building a bridge cross the river Thames from the New Palace Yard inthe city of Westminster, to the opposite shore in ... Surry (sic)
London. Printed by Baskett. 1736. 91 p.

An act (9 Geo. 2. cap. 20) for the better enlightning of the streets of the city of London
(London. 1736). 7 p.

An act (9 Geo. 3. Cap. 61) to enable ... Christopher Wilson ... prebendary of the cathedral churchof St. Paul, London: to make and grant unto the Mayor and Commonalty ... of London, a base of the prebendal estate of Halhwell and Finsbury
Wilson, Christopher
(London. 1769?). 7 p.

An act (9 Geo. II cap. 19) for the better regulating the nightly watch and bedels within the parishof Saint Anne: within the liberties of the city of Westminster
(London. printed by Baskett. 1736). (8) p.

An act (9 Geo. II cap. 29) for building a bridge cross the ... Thames: from the New palace yard ...Westminster, to the opposite shore in ... Surry (sic)
(London. 1736). 19 p.

An act (9 Geo. III cap. 23) to amend ... an act (28 Geo. II cap. 37): for the better enlightening and cleansing the ... streets ... within the parish of Saint Bartholomew the Great, London, and regulating the nightly watch and beadles
(London. printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1826). 22 p.

An act (9 Geo. IV cap. 42) for authorizing the sale of an estate during the life of Anthony Daffy Swinton ... now standing settled to the uses of the will of Joseph Lucas
Swinton, Anthony Daffy ; Lucas, Joseph
(London. Printed by Eyre & Strahan. 1828). (11) p.

An act (9. Geo. IV. cap. 76) to amend the laws relating to the customs 25th July 1828
(London. Printed by Eyre and Strahan. 1828). (12) p.

An act (9 Geo.IV cap. cxiii) for the improvement and regulation of Covent Garden Market
(London. Printed by Eyre and Strahan. 1828). (24) l.

An act against trade: UK tax prejudice against trading abroad: the problem of surplus ACTand its solution
Bracewell-Milnes, Barry
London. Adam Smith Institute. 1992.

An act against unlicensed or scandalous books and pamphlets, and for better regulating of printing
London. 1649.

An act [of 1908] amending an act (of the 16th day of March 1905) for regulating the offices of Secondary of the city of London and High Bailiff of Southwark
[London]. [printed by Skipper]. [1908?].

An act and declaration of the Common councel ... touching the .. insurrection: with an order of ... Parliament, for a publique thanksgiving to be made ... for the ... mercy of God in delivering the city ... from the late ... tumult ... 13 April, 1648
London. Husband. 1648. 7 p.

An act and declaration of the Parliament of England: touching a pamphlet, entituled, A declaration by the Kings Majesty, to his subjects of the kingdoms of Scotland, England, and Ireland. Printed at Edinburgh, 1650
London. Printed by Edward Husband and John Field, Printers to the Parliament of England. 1650. 1 sheet.

An act and declaration of the Parliament of England, touching a pamphlet, entituled, A declaration by the Kings majesty [i.e. Charles II.], to his subjects of the Kingdoms of Scotland, England and Ireland: Printed at Edinburgh, 1650 ... 28℗ʻ Augusti, 1650
Husband, Edward ; Field, John
London. printed by Edward Husband and John Field. 1650.

An act and declaration touching several acts and ordinances made since the twentieth of April 1653 and before the third of September 1654, and other acts, &c. At the Parliament begun at Westminster the 17th day of September, An. Dom. 1656
London. Printed by Henry Hills and Iohn Field, printers to His Highness the Lord Protector. 1657. [2],20p.

An Act appointing Thursday the last day of February, 1649. for a solemn day of humiliation, fasting & prayer: and declaring the grounds thereof
Husband, Edward ; Field, John
London. printed by Edward Husband and John Field, printers to the Parliament of England. 1649. [i.e. 1650]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An act appointing Thursday the thirteenth of June, 1650 to be kept as a day of solemn fasting and humiliation: and declaring the reasons and grounds thereof ... 21 Maii, 1650
Husband, Edward ; Field, John
London. printed by Edward Husband and John Field. 1650.

An act at Oxford: a comedy
Baker, Thomas
London. printed for Bernard Lintott. 1704. (12), 60 p.

An Act authorising the construction of railways from near Monmouth to Coleford, in the countiesof Monmouth and Gloucester; and for other purposes
London. Printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode. 1872.

An act, by the Constitutional Associate Presbytery, for a public fast
(s.l.). (s.n.). (1807). 16p.

(An act, cap. 81, 34 Geo. III, for amending that part of the act passed 13 and 14 Car. II, relatingto the Militia of the City of London)
London. 1794. 56 p.

(An act concerning the nomination and election of sheriffs and other officers: June 15, 1694)
(London. printed by S. Roycroft. 1694). 4 p.

An Act constituting Major-General Philip Skippon to be major-general, and commander in chief of all the forces within the city of London, the late lines of communication, and weekly bills of mortality
Husband, Edward ; Field, John
London. printed by Edward Husband and John Field, printers to the Parliament of England. 1650. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An Act declaring what offences shall be adjudged treason, ... 17 Julii, 1649
London. Printed by John Field. 1649. p.353-357.

An act disabling the election of divers persons to any office or place of trust within the city of London, and the votes of such persons in such elections
London. Printed by Iohn Field for Edward Husband, Printer to the Parliament of England. 1649. 1 sheet.

An acte (25 Hen. VIII cap. 9) concernynge pewterers
(London?. 154-?). (3) p.

An act enabling the Commissioners of the Militia to raise moneys for the present service of the Commonwealth
Scobell, Henry
(London. Parliament). 1651. 1 sheet.

An act enabling the proprietors of the commercial buidlings, in the town of Belfast, to sue and be sued in the name of their secretary, and for the regulation of the said buildings, and the property thereof
[London]. Dorington. 1821. 15p.

An act, entitled An act to provide for the licensing and government of the pilots, and regulating pilotage of the port of New-York, passed June 28, 1853, embodying the amendments, passed April 11, 1854
New-York. John. M. Elliott. 1854. 8p.

An acte (of 1617) for the reformation of divers abuses used in the Wardmoteinquest: together with the articles of the charge of the sayd inquest (and an act concerning the Thames, also the oath of every freeman)
London. Jaggard. 1617. 101 p.

An Act establishing the povvers of Lord Admiral of England, and Lord VVarden of the Cinque Ports, upon the Councel of State
Field, John
London. printed by John Field, printer to the Parliament of England. 1650 [i.e. 1651]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An act establishing the powers of Lord Admiral of England, and Lord VVarden of the CinquePorts, upon the Councel of State
London. Printed by John Field, Printer to the Parliament of England. 1650. 1 sheet.

An act for abolishing the African Company, and transferring to and vesting in His Majesty all the Forts, Possessions, and Property now belonging to or held by them
[London. Printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan. 1821]. p.[241]-244.

An Act for a day of publique thanksgiving to be observed throughout England and Wales, on Thursday the first of November, 1649: Together with a declaration of the grounds thereof
Husband, Edward ; Field, John
London. printed by John Field for Edward Husband, printer to the Parliament of England. 1649. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An act for allowing a drawback of the duty on coals consumed in lead mines in Cornwall
London. printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan. 1816. 1126-1127p.

An Act for altering and amending an Act of the fourth and fifth year of her present Majesty,intituled An Act to consolidate, amend, and enlarge the powers and provisions of the several Acts relating to the Forth and Clyde Navigation
London. Printed by George E. Eyre and Andrew Spottiswoode. 1842.

An act for altering and amending an act of the thirteenth year of his present Majesty, intituled, An act for appointing wardens and assay masters, for assaying wrought plate in the towns of Sheffield and Birmingham, so far as relates to the said town of Sheffield
London. Eyre & Strahan. 1784. p.295-298.

An act for altering the time at which the additional duties of customs imposed by a act of the last session of Parliament on certain species of wood were to have taken place; and for granting a drawback upon deals and timber used in the mines of tin, copper, and lead, in the counties of Cornwall and Devon
London. Eyre and Strahan (printers). 1811. 345-347p.

An act for altering the Vestry of the parish of Saint Giles Without Cripplegate
[London]. Nichols & Sons, Printers. [1869?]. 4p.

An Act for amending an act made in the forty-third year of the reign of His present Majesty, for regulating the vessels carrying passengers from the United Kingdom to His Majesty's plantations and settlements abroad, or to foreign parts, with respect to the number of such passengers, and for making farther provision for that purpose
London. Printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan. 1819. [2]p.

An act for amending and continuing so amended, until the twenty-fifth dayof March one thousand eight hundred and twelve, an act of the forty-fifth year of His present Majesty, for consolidating and extending the several laws in force, for allowing the importation and exportation of certain goods and merchandizeinto and from certain ports in the West Indies
London. Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1810. p. 185-186.

An act for amending and enlarging the powers of an act, passed in the Thirty-first year of the reign of His present Majesty, intituled An Act for making and maintaining a navigable canal from, or from mear to, the town of Birmingham, in the county of Wrwick, to communicate with the River Severn, near to the city of Worcester
[London. printed by Charles Eyre and Andrew Strahan, printer's to the King's Most Excellent Majesty. 1826].

An Act for amending, and keeping in repair, the road from Dudley turnpike road, near the house called the Swan Inn, inthe Parish of West Bromwich, in the County of Stafford, to the house called the Horse and Jockey, in the parish of Sutton Coldfield, in the County of Warwick
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. 1804.

An Act for amending, and keeping in repair, the road from the Dudley Turnpike Road, near the house called the Swan Inn,in the parish of West Bromwich... to the house called the Horse and Jockey, in the parish of Sutton Coldfield
London. printed by Eyre and Strahan. 1804.

An act for amending and widening the road from the south end of the town of Rotherham, in the county of York, to the present turnpike road near Pleasley, in the county of Derby: and also the road from the north end of the said town of Rotherham, into the present turnpike road on the east side of Tankersley Park, in the said county of York
[London. 1764]. 27, [1]p.