James the Second, 1685
An Act for Reviveing an Act for Providing of Carriages by Land and by Water for the Use of His Majestyes Navy and Ordnance. [Chapter XI. Rot. Parl. nu. 11.]

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John Raithby (editor)

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1819

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'James the Second, 1685: An Act for Reviveing an Act for Providing of Carriages by Land and by Water for the Use of His Majestyes Navy and Ordnance. [Chapter XI. Rot. Parl. nu. 11.]', Statutes of the Realm: volume 6: 1685-94 (1819), pp. 13-14. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46278 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Whereas an Act of Parlyament was made and passed in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth yeares of the Raigne His late Majestie of Blessed Memory Entituled An Act for Providing Carriages by Land and by Water for the Use of His Majestyes Navy and Ordnance, Which said Act is since expired. (13 & 14 Car. II. c. 20).

II. Revived and; continued during this Act.

And whereas the said Act hath beene by Experience found to be of necessary Use and fitt to be Revived and Continued Bee it therefore Enacted by the Kings most Excellent Majestie by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spirituall and Temporall and of the Commons in this present Parliament Assembled and by the Authoritie of the same That the said Act and all and every the Clauses Sentences and Articles therein contained shall by vertue of this Act be Revived and Continued and have the full Force Power and Vertue of a Law dureing the Continuance of this Act.

III. Act to continue for 7 Years, &c. from 24 June 1685.

And bee it further Enacted and declared by the Authoritie aforesaid That this Act shall continue and be in Force dureing the Space of Seven yeares from the Foure and twentyeth day of June in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred eighty and five and from thence to the end of the First Session of Parliament then next ensueing and noe longer.