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Acts of the Parliament of England
Acts of the Parliament of England during the reign of William III & Mary II
These are the Acts of the Parliament of England, which remained in existence until the Act of Union 1707, during the reign of William III & Mary II. Preceded by the reign of James II and followed by the reign of Anne .

1688[edit]

1 Will. & Mar.[edit]

Public Acts[edit]
Private Acts[edit]
  • Annulling Algernoon Sydney's attainder. c. 7
  • Annulling Alicia Lisle's attainder. c. 8
  • Annulling William Lord Russell's attainder. c. 1
  • Better assurance of manor of Silton and other lands to Joseph Soley in Silton (Salop.). c. 12
  • Better regulation of Droitwich salt works. c. 19
  • Enabling Hannah Sherley and her daughter Mary Battilhey to sell and dispose of lands in Middlesex and Essex. c. 22
  • Enabling Robert Penwarne to sell lands to pay his siblings' portions and to pay debts. c. 13
  • Enabling Theodore Bathurst to make a jointure for his wife and to charge monies on part of his estate in Yorkshire. c. 15
  • Enabling Thomas Chettell to sell part of his estate for payment of debts and making provision for wife and children. c. 20
  • Enabling Younger Cooke to sell lands for payment of debts and provision for younger children. c. 5
  • Erecting Bristol and Gloucester Courts of Conscience. c. 18
  • Erecting Newcastle upon Tyne Court of Conscience. c. 17
  • Exhibiting a Bill in Parliament for naturalizing Prince George of Denmark. c. 2
  • For building into tenements the remaining inclosed part of Arundel Ground. c. 10
  • Henry Coventry's estate: sale or leasing of a capital messuage in Piccadilly. c. 9
  • Making good a recovery suffered by the Earl of Peterborough and Lord Mordaunt. c. 14
  • Naturalization and settling the precedence of Prince George of Denmark. c. 3
  • Naturalization of Anne Astley and others. c. 11
  • Naturalization of Frederick Count Schomberg and others. c. 4
  • Naturalization of Henry de Nassau and others. c. 6
  • Reversing Henry Cornish's attainder. c. 16
  • Richard Hele's estate: enabling trustees to grant leases. c. 21

1 Will. & Mar. sess. 2[edit]

Public Acts[edit]
Private Acts[edit]
  • Discharge of Duke of Norfolk and trustees of Henry late Duke of Norfolk upon payment of certain sums of money to Lady Elizabeth Teresa Russell. c. 5
  • Enabling Charles Earl of Radnor to make a jointure and to raise money out of lands and tenements in Cornwall. c. 6
  • Enabling Edward Viscount Hereford to settle a jointure on his marriage to Elizabeth Narbourne despite his minority. c. 3
  • Enabling Thomas Edon to sell land for payment of debts and making provision for wife and any future children. c. 7
  • Enabling William Batson to sell lands in Oxfordshire and to purchase and settle lands in Suffolk to the same uses. c. 8
  • Naturalization of John Rogerson. c. 2
  • Naturalization of William Watts. c. 1
  • Provision for maintenance of children of Sydney Wortley or Montague. c. 4

1689 (2 Will. & Mar.)[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • Cadwallader Wynne's estate: vesting in trustees for payment of debts. c. 13
  • Confirming privileges and trade to Hudson's Bay Company. c. 15
  • Correction of a mistake in an Act concerning Henry Coventry's estate [1688 (1 Will. & Mar.) c. 9]. c. 2
  • Enabling Algernoon Earl of Essex to make a jointure for his wife, repay a loan for Lady Morpeth's portion and to settle his estate on his marriage. c. 5
  • Enabling John Wolstenholm to sell lands for payment of debts. c. 3
  • Enabling Sir Edwin Sadlier to sell lands for payment of debts. c. 17
  • Enabling Sir Humphry Forester to settle and dispose of lands. c. 11
  • Enabling Sir Robert Fenwicke to sell lands for payment of debts. c. 8
  • Enabling Thomas Berenger to sell lands for payment of debts. c. 12
  • For encouraging the manufacture of white paper. c. 16
  • For the sale of Harleyford mansion house, the manor of Great Marlow and other lands in Buckinghamshire. c. 7
  • Granting an annuity to Lady Alexander in satisfaction of the lands which she was to have had for her jointure. c. 18
  • Making illegitimate any children which Jane, wife of John Lewknor, has or shall have during her elopement from him. c. 4
  • Making provision for Anthony Earl of Shaftesbury's children. c. 6
  • Making Wortenbury chapel a distinct church from Bangor parish church. c. 1
  • Naturalization of David Le Grand and others. c. 14
  • Sir Hugh Midleton's estate: confirmation of settlement for maintenance for his wife and other trusts, and sale of part for payment of debts. c. 9
  • Vesting for sale the freehold of the manor and advowson of Lolworth (Cambridgeshire) and other lands in Lolworth and Long Stanton (Cambridgeshire) in trustees for John Edwards of Debden Hall (Essex). c. 10

1690 (2 Will. & Mar. sess. 2)[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • David Bigg's estate: sale of messuages and tenements for purchase of more convenient lands. c. 5
  • Enabling Dacres Barrett or Lennard to charge the reversion of his estate with £1500. c. 2
  • Enabling Elizabeth Mountague to lease houses and ground in Stepney (Middlesex). c. 6
  • Enabling John Rosseter to sell lands for payment of debts. c. 26
  • Enabling Philip Hildeyard to sell lands in Surrey and to settle lands in Lincolnshire in lieu. c. 21
  • Enabling Thomas Earl of Aylesbury and Elizabeth Countess of Aylesbury to make provision for payment of debts and to lease their estates. c. 22
  • Enabling Thomas Sheafe to sell lands for payment of debts and making provision for his wife. c. 23
  • Francis Phelips' estate: sale of manor of Kempton, Kempton park and other lands. c. 1
  • George Vilet's estate: sale of manors and lands for raising portions for his daughters. c. 4
  • John Baines' estate (City of London): sale of lands for payment of debts. c. 12
  • Limiting the powers of James Earl of Salisbury to cut off the entail of his estate. c. 8
  • Marlborough (Wiltshire) thatched roofs prohibition. c. 3
  • Mary Wharton and James Campbell marriage annulment. c. 9
  • Naturalization of Francis de la Chambre and others. c. 13
  • Nicholas Bagnall's estate (Ireland): barring a remainder limited to Dudley Bagnall. c. 14
  • Reginald Bray's estate: better enabling Jane Bray his widow to raise portions for her daughters. c. 16
  • Richard Cooke's estate: sale of land for payment of debts and raising a portion for his daughter. c. 11
  • Saint Leger Scroope's estate: sale of lands for payment of debts. c. 15
  • Sale of Henry Serve's estate. c. 17
  • Securing the portion of Elizabeth Lucy, breeding her up a Protestant and transferring the trust for that purpose. c. 19
  • Settling Robert Ask's Charity to the Company of Haberdashers of London. c. 18
  • Sir Samuel Bernardiston's estate: freeing from incumbrances occasioned by a judgement given against him. c. 10
  • Thomas Manwaring's estate: sale of land for payment of debts. c. 25
  • Thomas Williams' estate: leasing for payment of debts. c. 20
  • To give Katherine Lady Cornbury powers to act as if she were full age. c. 7
  • York Buildings Waterworks: incorporation of proprietors and development of the works. c. 24

1691 (3 Will. & Mar.)[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • Assurance to George Vernon of 4 acres of land in Evisham (Surrey). c. 36
  • Barbary and John Newton's estate: settlement of manor and lordship of Kings Bromley [Staffordshire] and other lands. c. 39
  • Better performance of Richard Campion's will. c. 17
  • Bishop of Ely's estate: settling Hatton Garden (Middlesex) on Christopher, Viscount Hatton, subject to an annual fee farm rent of £100 payable to the Bishop of Ely. c. 2
  • Bishopric of London's estate: sale of manor of Bushley (Worcestershire) and purchase of other lands. c. 27
  • Charles Pelham's estate: provision of £5000 for his daughter Anne. c. 34
  • Edward Smith's estate: raising money for payment of debts and making a provision for children. c. 13
  • Enabling the Earl of Winchelsea to settle a jointure on any wife he marries during his minority. c. 16
  • Francis Moore's estate: power to sell the manor of Bayhouse and lands in West Thurrock (Essex) and to purchase and settle other land in lieu. c. 19
  • George Mountague's estate: sale of lands in Gloucestershire for payment of children's portions. c. 7
  • Henry Drax's estate: vesting in Thomas Shatterden and others and enabling them to make a jointure. c. 10
  • Henry Halsted's estate: lease for the improvement of his prebend of Eald Street in the Church of St. Paul, London. c. 26
  • Henry, Duke of Grafton's estate: sale of land in St. James and St. Martin- in-the-Fields. c. 41
  • Incorporation of Shadwell waterworks. c. 37
  • James, Earl of Salisbury's estate: better securing of portions, debts and legacies. c. 21
  • James, Earl of Suffolk's estate: sale of manor of Hadstock (Essex) and discharge of others from £5000, the remainder of £10,000 originally charged thereon. c. 31
  • James, Lord Waldgrave's estate: power to grant leases and copyhold estates for payment of arrears of annuities of his father. c. 18
  • John Cripps' estate: sale of estate in Kent and settlement of another. c. 22
  • John Keble's estate: sale of lands in Stowmarket (Suffolk) and settlement of other lands in lieu. c. 42
  • Lincolnshire, Berkshire and Devon estates: sale and settlement of others. c. 33
  • Making a 12 year lease made by Earl and Countess of Aylesbury, which was determinable on their deaths, absolute for 12 years. c. 1
  • Manors of Albury and North Mimms (Hertfordshire): copyhold enfranchisements. c. 20
  • Maurice Shelton's estate: sale of land for payment of debts and legacies and settlement of other land in lieu. c. 12
  • More speedy payment of debts of Elizabeth Curtis and performance of a related agreement between Charles Curtis and Edward Earl according to a Chancery decree. c. 32
  • Naturalization of Mainhardt, Duke of Leinster. c. 24
  • Naturalization of Marquis of Monpavillan and others. c. 30
  • Naturalization of Sir Martin Beckman. c. 4
  • Nicholas Martyn's estate: sale of the manor of Manworthy (Devon) for payment of debts. c. 9
  • Philip Hildeyard's estate: vesting manor of East Horsley (Surrey) in trustees for payment of debts. c. 35
  • Philip, Lord Stanhopp's marriage settlement enabling. c. 25
  • Richard Roberts' estate: sale of lands in Leicestershire for payment of debts and raising of portions. c. 8
  • Settling a jointure on Jane Matthews. c. 6
  • Sir Dudley Cullum's estate: raising money for siblings' portions. c. 11
  • Sir Edwin Sadler's estate: sale of land for payment of debts. c. 40
  • Sir Thomas Burton's estate: sale of land for payment of debts. c. 14
  • Sir Thomas Putt's estate: leasing for payment of legacies to his three sisters and of debts. c. 3
  • Sir William Halford's estate: sale of lands in Leicestershire for payment of debts and legacies. c. 38
  • Vincent Grantham's estate: leasing of manor of Golthoe (Lincolnshire) to pay debts and raise portions. c. 29
  • William and Jenkin Vaughan estates: vesting property in Merioneth in trustees to be sold or mortgaged for payment of debts. c. 28
  • William Davile's estate: sale of land for payment of debts. c. 15
  • William Molineaux's estate: vesting land in trustees to raise portions for younger siblings pursuant to a Chancery decree. c. 23
  • William Stydolph's estate: sale of the advowson and of the manor and lands in Wittering (Northamptonshire). c. 5

1692 (4 Will. & Mar.)[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • Abel Atwood's estate: sale of lands for payment of debts and provision for younger children. c. 34
  • Abraham Hinde's estate: sale of lands and a messuage for payment of debts. c. 33
  • Alexander Popham's estate: jointure for wife and provision for children upon receipt of £12,000 portion to be applied for payment of debts. c. 6
  • Anthony Danby's estate: settling a jointure on his wife and making provision for his brothers and younger children and for payment of debts. c. 16
  • Anthony Eyre's estate: sale of lands for payment of debts and portions for children. c. 1
  • Barnham Powel's estate: settling of manor of Kings North to provide for younger children. c. 11
  • Better assurance of manor of Woodlands and Hundred of Knoulton to Edward Seymour. c. 20
  • Bishop of Bangor's estate: leasing of Bangor House in St Andrews, Holborn. c. 23
  • Confirmation of sale of woodlands in Hampshire and of agreements between Isaac and Richard Wollaston. c. 17
  • Division of the chapelries of North Chapel and Dungton from the Parish of Petworth [Sussex] and making them new parishes, and settlement of the advowsons of the rectories of Petworth, North Chapel, Dungton, Clewer, Farnham Royal [Buckinghamshire], Worplesdon [Surrey], Kirby, Overblowes and Catton and the vicarage of Long Horsley [Northumberland]. c. 13
  • Enabling Sir George Parker to make a marriage settlement despite his minority. c. 7
  • Enabling Sir John Wentworth (an infant) to make a jointure out of and settle his manors and lands in Yorkshire, York and Westmorland. c. 4
  • Enabling Sir Thomas Wroth to make a jointure and settlement on his marriage and provision for his sister notwithstanding his minority. c. 15
  • Enabling William Wake and William Wake, Doctor in Divinity, to make leases for lives or years within manor of Shapwick (Dorset). c. 8
  • Exchange of lands in Fulham belonging to the Bishopric of London for others belonging to Charles Earl of Monmouth. c. 29
  • Francis Osbaston's estate: sale of lands and manors for payment of debts and legacies and provision of a portion for his daughter Mary. c. 14
  • Henry Baynton's estate: better execution of a trust and provision of a portion for his daughter. c. 18
  • Henry Hawley's estate: sale for benefit of his infant daughters. c. 2
  • Lincolnshire, Berkshire and Devon estates: clarification of Lincolnshire, Berkshire and Devon estates Act [1691 c. 33]. c. 3
  • Matthew and Robert Pitt's estate: enabling trustees to sell land for payment of debts and settle the remainder on Matthew and Robert Pitt, Robert's wife and their issue. c. 21
  • Naturalization of Henry Sheilbell and others. c. 30
  • Ralph Macclesfield's estate: sale of land for payment of debts and provision for wife and children. c. 12
  • Richard Walthall's estate: sale of land for payment of debts and portions. c. 19
  • Roger Price's estate: sale of part for provision of portions for daughters of John Price deceased. c. 26
  • Sale of Thomas Broomhall's interest in the office of Warden of the Fleet and in 13 adjoining houses and in an office of the custody and keeping of Westminster palace for the better payment of debts. c. 28
  • Settlement and confirmation of manors and lands in Hameldon (Rutlandshire) pursuant to a past agreement for exchanging and inclosing lands there. c. 31
  • Settlement of Francis Boyle Viscount Shannon's estate in Ireland. c. 22
  • Sir Anthony Browne's estate: more effectual execution of a trust and of a Chancery decree. c. 5
  • Sir John Williams' estate: sale of manors of Ewyas Lacy, Waterstone and Trescaillan and other lands in Herefordshire and the manor of Carwent and other lands in Monmouthshire for payment of debts. c. 27
  • Sir Robert Smith's estate: sale of lands and settlement of other lands in lieu. c. 32
  • Sir William Mannock's estate: charging of estate to raise portions for younger children. c. 10
  • Thomas Goodwin's estate: sale of lands for payment of debts and provision for his wife and children. c. 25
  • Thomas Towers' estate: vesting manor of Barcroft and other lands in Lincolnshire, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk in trustees for payment of debts and provision for his wife and daughter. c. 24
  • William Molineux's estate: rectification of a mistake in William Molineux's estate Act 1691 [c. 23]. c. 9

1693 (5 Will. & Mar.)[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • James Clayton's estate: indemnifying trustees for sale of lands for payment of debts. c. 2
  • John and Thomas Vivian's estate: sale of part for payment of debts and provision for children and settlement of another part in lieu thereof. c. 1

1694[edit]

5 & 6 Will. & Mar.[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • Alice Turner's and her children's estate: sale of houses and grounds near Lincoln's Inn Fields. c. 11
  • Charles Turner's estate: settlement. c. 13
  • Construction of a bridge over the river Axe (Somerset). c. 8
  • Enabling Sir Charles Barrington to make a jointure for his wife Dame Bridget and to provide for his children. c. 5
  • Enabling the Earl of Thanet and Sackville Tufton to lease Thanet House in St. Botolph, Aldersgate. c. 6
  • Erecting new Parish of St. John of Wapping (Middlesex). c. 20
  • Estates of Roger and Thomas Whitley in Cheshire: exchange. c. 3
  • Henry Frere's estate: sale of part to raise money to recover other parts under water and pay debts. c. 7
  • John Whitehall's estate: charging of certain lands for children's portions. c. 9
  • Mildmay's and Dixy's estate: sale for payment of debts and mortgages. c. 15
  • Nathaniel Brent's estate: sale of part for payment of debts and maintenance of his children. c. 18
  • Naturalization of Johanna D'Offerel and others. c. 22
  • Payment of George Turner's debts. c. 4
  • Payment of the late John Lord Stawell's debts. c. 17
  • Sale of a third part of the manor of Lekby and other lands in Yorkshire and settlement of a farm and lands in Terling and Mack Leighs in Essex to the same uses. c. 19
  • Sir James Beverly's estate (Huntingdonshire): vesting in trustees for sale. c. 21
  • Sir John Maynard's estate: settlement. c. 16
  • Susan and Dorothy Chaplyn's estate: sale for payment of debts and provision for themselves. c. 10
  • Thomas Edwards' estate: sale of part for payment of debts and disabling him from committing waste on the residue. c. 12
  • William Stevens' estate: sale for payment of mortgage and application of the residue for the benefit of his sons. c. 14

6 & 7 Will. & Mar[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • Christchurch parish (Surrey): enabling the making of rates to provide a minister and empowering the trustees of John Marshall, deceased, to employ money to finish the church. c. 10
  • Confirmation of a grant by the rector of the united parishes of St. Michael Royal and St. Martin's in the Vintrey, London, of part of St. Martin's churchyard. c. 11
  • Confirmation of two indentures tripartite, of lease and release, made by Thomas, Earl of Thanett Island, Sackville Tufton, William Cheyne and Sir Charles Tufton, and of the estates thereby settled. c. 6
  • Enabling Elizabeth, widow of John Howland, to settle lands upon marriage of his sole daughter and heir; settling lands on Elizabeth for her life in lieu of dower and indemnifying her and Sir Josias Child in disposing of the personal estate of said heir on her preferment in marriage, she being under 21 years old. c. 22
  • Enabling Peter Gollop to sell a farm and lands called Wantsly subject to payment of £1000 and interest to the executory estate of Robert Merefield, deceased. c. 27
  • Enabling Sir Paul and Dame Jane Whitchott to make leases of manor of Tooting Gravenay and lands in Tooting Gravenay, Tooting Bec and Streatham (Surrey). c. 19
  • For settling manors and lands upon the Marquis of Tavistock's marriage. c. 4
  • George Gilbert Pierce's estate: vesting in trustees lands and tenements in Middle Temple, London for payment of debts. c. 23
  • George Pitt's estate: correction of deed of trust and will. c. 2
  • Hannah and Jonathon Woollaston's estate: sale of lands in Warmford (Hampshire) for payment of debts and legacies of Richard Woollaston. c. 29
  • Henry Northley's estate: leasing for payment of debts and maintenance for children. c. 12
  • James Earl of Salisbury's estate: leasing of Salisbury house and other hereditaments in the Strand (Middlesex) for improvement by building. c. 5
  • Jane Rogers' estate: sale of lands for payment of the debts and legacies of Brian Rogers in performance of his will. c. 14
  • John Caryle's estate: vesting land in Kent and Sussex in trustees for payment of debts and portions for younger children and for correction of a conveyance. c. 17
  • John Estoft's estate: sale of lands and tenements for payment of debts and portions for daughters. c. 13
  • John Kirke's estate: sale for payment of debts. c. 28
  • John, Earl of Rochester's estate: division and settlement, and discharge of trusts. c. 7
  • Jonathon Webb's estate: sale of part for payment of debts and incumbrances. c. 21
  • Joseph Finch's estate: sale of lands for better provision of daughters and coheirs. c. 16
  • Making saltwater fresh. c. 24
  • Naturalization of Bernard Cosserat, Alexander Pringli and others. c. 3
  • Ratifying and confirming an indenture of lease of Martin Meare (Lancashire) made by Earl of Derby and others to Thomas Fleetwood. c. 15
  • Reversal of the attainder of Jacob Leisler and others. c. 30
  • Sale of manors of Earls Croome and Baughton (Worcestershire), settlement of the manor house and royalty of Wainfleet St. Mary (Lincolnshire) to the same uses and enabling Sir Robert Barham to make provision for younger children. c. 8
  • Sir Jarvase Clifton's estate: vesting lands in Nottinghamshire in trustees for payment of debts and raising of portions for younger children. c. 9
  • Sir Thomas Hare's estate: provision of portions and maintenance for younger children. c. 26
  • Sir William Chaitor's estate: sale of land in Yorkshire and Durham for payment of debts and raising of portions for younger children. c. 18
  • Warwick fire rebuilding, &c. c. 1
  • William Gage's estate: mortgaging for preservation of timber growing thereon. c. 25
  • William Wanley's estate: building new messuages and tenements in Ax-yard, King Street, Westminster and enabling his guardian to lease the same. c. 20

1695 (7 & 8 Will. 3)[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • Bluet and John Wallop's (minors) estates: leasing and purchasing other lands. c. 22
  • Bristol water supply. c. 31
  • Bristol: erection of hospitals and workhouses and better employing the poor. c. 32
  • Edmond Warner's estate: sale of part for payment of debts. c. 11
  • Empowering Anne, Duchess of Buccleuch and her son James, Earl of Dalkeith to grant leases for improving ground in St. Martins-in-the-Fields (Middlesex). c. 24
  • Enabling Anthony Earl of Kent and Henry Grey his son to make a jointure for Henry's wife Jemima. c. 7
  • Enabling John Aunger, an infant, and his mother to lease his estate. c. 12
  • Enabling Richard Haynes to settle a jointure on his wife and to exchange lands with Thomas Stevens' trustees. c. 10
  • Enabling Sir Charles Heron to sell lands for payment of a portion and debts. c. 34
  • Enabling Sir Thomas Pope Blount to make a marriage settlement for his oldest son. c. 3
  • Enabling Sir Thomas Wagstaffe to raise a portion for Frances his only daughter. c. 35
  • Enabling Thomas Stoner, a minor, to make a jointure and settlement of his estate in marriage. c. 5
  • Enabling trustees to raise money to construct a wet dock and to improve an estate of the Marquess and Marchioness of Tavistock at Rotherhithe (Surrey). c. 25
  • Improvement of a house and ground in Great Queen Street. c. 27
  • John Fownes' estate: sale of lands in Devon and settlement of others to the same uses. c. 15
  • Joseph Dawson's estate: vesting part in trustees for payment of debts and for provision for maintenance and marriage of his daughters. c. 38
  • Lady Katherine Fane's estate: sale of reversion of fee farm rents given to her by her grandfather John Bence. c. 1
  • Lord Francis Powlett's estate: provision for younger children. c. 8
  • Making towns of Stretton and Princethorpe a separate parish from Wolston (Warwickshire). c. 37
  • Manor of Barkhampstead: sale of part for payment of incumbrances and purchase and settlement of other lands. c. 13
  • Manor of Madeley (Salop.): vesting in trustees. c. 4
  • Naturalization of James Stanhope and others. c. 19
  • Naturalization of Salomon Eyme and others. c. 20
  • Naturalization of the children of Henry de Nassau Seignior de Auverquerke. c. 14
  • Naturalization of William Viscount Tunbridge and other children of Earl of Rochford. c. 26
  • Revesting in the King the Honour of Tutbury and Forest of Needwood (Staffordshire) and manors, parks, lands, offices and other profits belonging to them, and vacating certain letters patent. c. 41
  • Richard Jones' and Mary Gufford's (minors) personal estate: settling in trustees. c. 30
  • Sale of the moiety of manor of Shepton Mallet (Somerset) and a divided moiety of manor of Wells (Somerset) for payment of a mortgage and maintenance of Mary, wife of William Sandes, and her children. c. 36
  • Samuel Powell's estate: vesting in trustees for payment of debts. c. 6
  • Settlement of lands and rentcharges on the rector of Maidwell church (Northamptonshire) and his successors, and in lieu settling other lands and discharging tithes belonging to the said church according to agreements between the patron and the rector made upon inclosure of lands in Maidwell, and later with the consent of the Ordinary confirmed by a Court of Chancery decree. c. 29
  • Sir James Chamberlaine's estate: exchange of lands in common hill or field of Salford (Oxfordshire) for other lands in order to make an inclosure. c. 16
  • Sir Nicholas and Sir Lawrence Stoughton's estate: sale for payment of debts and portions for daughters of Sir Nicholas. c. 9
  • Sir Robert Sawyer's estate: sale of a messuage in Lincoln's Inn Fields and purchase of other lands and tenements to be settled to the same uses. c. 28
  • Sir Thomas Parkyns' estate: sale of lands in Huby and Easingwold in Yorkshire and settlement of others in lieu. c. 2
  • Sir William Barkham's estate: sale of lands to pay debts and provide for children. c. 33
  • St. James's parish, Westminster: power to raise money to discharge debts incurred in building the church, rectory, vestry and other public works. c. 17
  • St. Lawrence Old Jewry (London): ascertaining and settling payment of the impropriate tithes to Balliol College, Oxford and confirming an award concerning the same. c. 18
  • Thomas Bigg's and wife's estate: vesting lands in Chislett (Kent) in trustees for payment of debts and provision for children. c. 40
  • Thomas Rider's and Christopher Clitherow's estates: exchange of messuages in London for manors of Bilsington and other lands in Kent. c. 21
  • William Midford's (an infant) estate: sale of manor of Pespoole (Durham) for payment of debts and incumbrances. c. 23
  • William Ridout's (an infant) estate: sale of lands in Horsington (Somerset) for payment of incumbrances and for preserving the residue for him. c. 39

1696 (8 & 9 Will. 3)[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • Annulment of Hannah Knight's (an infant) marriage settlement and directing her guardianship. c. 27
  • Bishop of London and Earl of Nottingham advowsons exchange. c. 6
  • Charles Milson's estate: sale of land for payment of debts and legacies and purchase of land for Edward Milson. c. 12
  • Crompton Mynors' estate: settlement of manor of Treyagoe (Herefordshire) and other lands and increasing portion of Theodosia his daughter. c. 2
  • Edmond Warner's estate: explanation of Edmond Warner's estate Act 1695 [c. 11]. c. 23
  • Edward and Mary (his wife) Leigh's estate: sale of manors of Waxham and Horsey and lands in Norfolk and purchase of others. c. 18
  • Edward Kerrey's estate in Binoeston (Salop.): vesting in trustees for payment of incumbrances and portions for his children, and confirmation of his marriage settlement. c. 15
  • Enabling James Duke of Ormond to raise money by sale of woods and to make leases for lives for payment of debts, encouraging English plantation in Ireland and enabling Charles Earl of Arran to make leases of his estate in Ireland. c. 5
  • Enabling Nicholas Goodwin the elder and the younger to sell the manor of Winslow (Buckinghamshire) and to purchase other lands to be settled to the same uses. c. 13
  • Enabling Sir Ralph Ashton to rectify an omission in his marriage settlement. c. 8
  • For satisfying debts of Francis late Lord Holles. c. 7
  • Francis Griffith's estate: sale for payment of debts. c. 9
  • Importing goods and merchandise laden in Turkey in ships called "Success" and "Dragon Galley" paying customs as if imported by English ships.1 c. 20
  • Jeffery Stockley's estate: sale of lands in Cheshire for payment of debts and provision for his daughter Mary. c. 11
  • Mary Savile's (an infant) estate: settlement upon her marriage. c. 10
  • Naturalization of John Keyser and others. c. 17
  • Naturalization of Lord Agram and others. c. 1
  • Oliver Neve's estate: rectification of a defect in Oliver Neve's estate Act 1696 [c. 4]. c. 22
  • Oliver Neve's estate: sale of two houses in London and vesting lands in Norfolk to the same uses. c. 4
  • Roger Crowle's (a lunatic) estate: vesting part in trustees to raise portions for younger children. c. 24
  • Samuel Trotman's estate: sale of lands in Barking, East Ham, West Ham and Woolwich (Kent and Essex ) and settlement of other lands in lieu. c. 25
  • Sir John Hotham's estate: sale of manor of Holme and Swanage (Dorset) for discharging a mortgage and paying debts. c. 3
  • Speedy payment of the late Sir William Thompson's debts. c. 26
  • Thomas Panton's estate: sale of land for payment of debts and a jointure for his wife Mary. c. 16
  • William Fallows' (an infant) estate in Cheshire: sale for payment of debts secured by mortgages. c. 21
  • William Hamond's marriage settlement: power to sell the manor of Rowling (Kent) comprised in the settlement by mistake. c. 28
  • William James' estate: sale of lands for payment of debts and provision for himself and his wife and children. c. 19
  • William Melward's estate: vesting lands in Herefordshire in trustees for payment of debts. c. 14

1697 (9 Will. 3)[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • Allowing "Maryland Merchant" of Bristol to import her lading. c. 52
  • Annexing the rectory of Whitbourne (Herefordshire) to the Bishopric of Hereford. c. 24
  • Bishopric of Chichester: enabling the Bishop of Chichester to grant leases of property in Chancery Lane. c. 12
  • Charles, Earl of Macclesfield's divorce and making illegitimate the children of Anne his wife. c. 11
  • City and County of the City of Exon [Exeter]: erection of hospitals and workhouses for better employing and maintaining the poor. c. 33
  • City of Hereford: erection of hospitals and workhouses for better employing and maintaining the poor. c. 34
  • Colchester: erection of hospitals and workhouses for better employing and maintaining the poor. c. 37
  • Confirmation of a lease granted by Bishop of Winton [Winchester] of a parcel of wasteground in Alverstoke (Hampshire) for constructing and improving waterworks there. c. 41
  • Confirmation of conveyance by George Pitt and others of manor of Tarrant Preston and other lands in Dorset to John Pitt. c. 45
  • Confirming and establishing the administration of Sir William Godolphin's goods and chattels. c. 19
  • Correction of a conveyance concerning Sir Edward and Charles Turner's estate. c. 26
  • Diana Cecill's and others' estate: vesting lands and hereditaments in Maidstone and elsewhere in Kent in trustees. c. 44
  • Enabling Humphrey Trafford to raise £4000 on his estate for payment of debts. c. 62
  • Enabling John Lewin to sell certain messuages in Southwark for payment of debts. c. 10
  • Enabling Paris Slaughter, William Druce and Dame Elizabeth Chapman to import several bales of Italian silk. c. 30
  • Enabling Rebecca Lassels to sell copyhold lands and houses in Ealing (Middlesex). c. 5
  • Enabling Simon Lord Bishop of Ely and successors to lease Downham manor house and lands and confirming a recent lease thereof by the Bishop and clearing him and others from dilapidations. c. 2
  • Enabling Streynsham Master to sell lands in Kent and to convey lands in Derbyshire to the same uses. c. 29
  • Enabling Thomas Kinnersly, an infant, to make a jointure and settlement of his estate. c. 8
  • Erection of Crediton (Devon) hospitals, workhouses and houses of correction and better relief of the poor. c. 17
  • Erection of Tiverton (Devon) hospitals and workhouses for better employment and maintenance of the poor. c. 18
  • Estates of Sir Edward and Hopton Wyndham (both deceased): enabling trustees to make leases, grant copies and receive the rents and profits during the minority of Sir William Wyndham. c. 61
  • Freedom of "Sally Rose" (formerly prize) to unload and to trade as an English built ship. c. 59
  • Freedom of ships "Panther," "Gloucester," "Frigott," "Scarborough" and "Antelope" (formerly prize and condemned) to trade as English built ships. c. 51
  • Freedom of ships "Ruby Prize" and "Plymouth" to trade as English built ships. c. 53
  • George Farrington's estate: sale of lands in Middlesex and Surrey, settled upon the marriage of William Farrington his nephew, and purchase of others in Lancashire. c. 6
  • George Hewett's estate: sale of lands in Middlesex and purchase of others in Leicestershire to be settled to the same uses. c. 22
  • Humphrey Walrond's estate: sale of part for provision for two lunatic children, payment of debts and portions for other children. c. 58
  • John Hall's (a lunatic) estate: settling subject to a debt charged thereon. c. 16
  • John Hawkes' estate: sale of land in Salop. for payment of debts. c. 57
  • John Houghton's estate: sale of manors of Bastwick and Laviles (Norfolk) for payment of debts and settlement of another estate in lieu. c. 28
  • John Jenkin's estate: sale of part for payment of debts. c. 56
  • John Lewin's estate: correction of the Act of 1697 [c. 10] [sale of certain messuages in Southwark for payment of debts]. c. 35
  • Joseph Smith's estate: sale of three houses in Swan Alley in Coleman Street, London, for payment of debts. c. 55
  • Kingston-upon-Hull: construction of workhouses and houses of correction. c. 47
  • Naturalization of Charles May. c. 13
  • Naturalization of Dudley Vesey. c. 9
  • Naturalization of Gerrard Maesacker and others. c. 4
  • Naturalization of Hillary Reneu and others. c. 50
  • Naturalization of John Francis Fauquire, Joseph Ducasse and others. c. 20
  • Naturalization of Peter Garon and others. c. 49
  • Naturalization of William Lloyd and others. c. 38
  • Newcastle upon Tyne water supply. c. 46
  • Nicholas Cary's estate: vesting in trustees a moiety of certain messuages and lands in Hackney (Middlesex) for Susanna Cary his widow and relict. c. 36
  • Rectification of a mistake in William Gardner's marriage settlement. c. 14
  • Relief of Edward Backwell's creditors. c. 43
  • Robert Mascall's estate: vesting a copperas work in trustees for sale for payment of debts. c. 54
  • Robert Smith's estate: sale of land for payment of debts. c. 27
  • Settling certain lands in Essex on Thomas Burgh and his heirs in lieu of other lands conveyed by him according to the decree and will of Sir Samuel Jones. c. 31
  • Settling of Viscount and Viscountess Lisburne's estates in Ireland. c. 25
  • Shaftesbury: construction of workhouses and houses of correction for better employment and maintenance of the poor. c. 48
  • Sir Coppleston Bampfylde's estate: making and renewal of leases during the minority of him and his brother John Bampfylde. c. 15
  • Sir Francis and Dame Isabella Guybon's estate: sale of manor of Avenalls and lands in or near Gunthorpe (Norfolk) and settlement of other lands in lieu. c. 3
  • Sir John Churchill's estate: confirmation of sale of part pursuant to his will and two Chancery decrees. c. 39
  • Sir Ralph Hare's estate: settlement, making a jointure and raising portions and maintenances for his younger children. c. 21
  • Sir William Walter's estate: securing portions for his children by Lady Mary, his second wife, and preventing doubts concerning the construction of the articles and will mentioned in them. c. 42
  • Thomas Davies estate: sale of certain customary messuages and lands within manor of Gillingham (Dorset) for payment of debts. c. 32
  • Vesting in Sydenham Baker a certain rent, messuages and lands in Devon and securing to John and Henry Baker money in lieu of their claims to them. c. 1
  • Vesting in Thomas Rogers the manor of Westcourt and lands in Kent and securing to John Higgens and Alice his wife, and for portions for Irene, Margerett, Mary and Alice Cesar, money in lieu of their claims. c. 60
  • Vesting the manor of Alveston and lands in Gloucestershire in trustees to be sold for payment of debts and other purposes. c. 40
  • William Knott's estate: sale of a lease of houses in Bread Street, London, for payment of debts, and settlement of another estate in lieu. c. 7
  • Wriothesly Baptist late Earl of Gainesborough's estate: sale of lands for payment of debts. c. 23

1698[edit]

10 Will. 3[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • Ann Bridges' (an infant) estate: sale of an estate in Bermuda and laying out in England the proceeds for her use. c. 43
  • Confirming grant and settlement by William Forster of manors and lands in Durham and Northumberland to Thomas Lord Fairfax and others upon certain trusts. c. 25
  • Dudley Vesey's estate in Hintlesham (Suffolk): sale for payment of debts. c. 29
  • Edward Price's estates: transfer of a charge of £1000 from an estate in Montgomeryshire to one in Herefordshire and Radnorshire for use of his younger children. c. 27
  • Edward, Earl of Derwentwater's estate: sale of woods and timber for payment of debts and discharge of incumbrances. c. 1
  • Enabling Cyriac Weslyd to sell part of his estate, which by marriage articles was agreed to be settled upon his wife and children, and to settle the other part to the same uses. c. 44
  • Enabling Katherine Leeke, an infant, to settle her estate on her marriage. c. 38
  • Enabling Liverpool to build and endow a church and making the town and liberties a distinct parish from Walton. c. 36
  • Enabling Popham Conway and Francis and Charles Seymour to lease their estates. c. 48
  • Enabling Thomas Byde (an infant) to contract for buying his mother's jointure and to settle a small estate in Great Amwell (Hertfordshire) and for securing and raising a portion for Barbara Byde, his sister. c. 40
  • Enabling Thomas Methwold to raise £1200 upon his estate for improvements made to it. c. 54
  • Encouraging Thomas Savery's invention for raising water and relating to all sorts of mill work. c. 31
  • Freedom of ship "Charles," flyboat of Exeter. c. 22
  • Freedom of ship "Hope" (of great length and very serviceable for importing masts) to trade as an English built ship. c. 50
  • Freedom of ships "Hawke" and "Rainbow" to trade as English built ships. c. 45
  • Freedom of ships "Margaret" and "Friendship" of Bristol. c. 5
  • George Penne's estate: sale of land for payment of debts. c. 12
  • George Scott's estate: sale of part for payment of debts and portions for siblings and settlement of the other part. c. 28
  • John Athy's estate: enabling William Wrayford and Dame Ann Rich to lease houses and ground in Covent Garden. c. 51
  • John Bull's (an infant) estate: sale of lands in Kent for payment of debts and annuities and for provision for younger children. c. 46
  • John Moor's estate: sale of manors of Halwill and Becket (Devon) for payment of debts. c. 33
  • John Young's estate: sale of lands for payment of debts and legacies. c. 35
  • Naturalization of Anthony Columbiere and others. c. 15
  • Naturalization of Augustine Cloribus and others. c. 56
  • Naturalization of Bartholomew Ogilby and others. c. 4
  • Naturalization of Captain Thomas Browne and others. c. 19
  • Naturalization of Charles de Siburg and Francis St. George. c. 7
  • Naturalization of Elizabeth Farewell. c. 2
  • Naturalization of George Burnett. c. 16
  • Naturalization of Isaac Gouyquette de St. Eloy. c. 23
  • Naturalization of James St. Pierre, John Denty and Remond Hensbergh. c. 6
  • Naturalization of John de Philip and others . c. 20
  • Naturalization of John Francis De Carcassonet and others. c. 18
  • Naturalization of John Meoles. c. 9
  • Naturalization of Mark De Moncall and David Loches. c. 17
  • Naturalization of Nicholas Lepell. c. 3
  • Naturalization of Peter Barailleau and others. c. 21
  • Naturalization of Philip de Chenevix and others. c. 13
  • Naturalization of Richard Legg and others. c. 58
  • Naturalization of Samuel Bernadeau, Peter Chantreau des Gaudree and others belonging to His Majesty's Guards and Grenadiers. c. 57
  • Naturalization of Scipio Guy and others. c. 32
  • Naturalization of Sir David Collier, Isaac la Melionere, Peter de Belcastel and William Reiatore. c. 59
  • Naturalization of Theophilus Rabesineres and others. c. 11
  • Naturalization of William de Witt and Godfrey Lloyd. c. 8
  • Naturalization of William Lower, William Darnell and Peter Godby. c. 14
  • Relief of Sir Robert Vyner's creditors. c. 10
  • Robert Aldworth and his wife's estate in or near Wantage (Berkshire): sale for payment of debts and purchase of another for use of wife and children. c. 30
  • Sale of manor of Lordington and Whitney and other lands in Sussex and laying out £5,000 to purchase other lands. c. 41
  • Samuel Wake or Jones' estate: sale of lands for payment of debts and purchase of lands adjoining the manor of Waltham Holy Cross (Essex). c. 42
  • Settlement of augmentations on certain vicarages for ever. c. 24
  • Ships "King William" and "Charles the Second:" discharge from penalties of the Act of navigation. c. 53
  • Sir Francis Andrews' estate: sale of manor of Downham (Essex) and purchase of other lands. c. 52
  • Sir Thomas Darcy's estate: sale of part for payment of debts. c. 26
  • Sir Thomas Seyliard's estate: sale of lands in Kent for payment of sisters' portions. c. 39
  • Sir William Pulteney's estate: enabling the grant of leases for payment of debts of William Pulteney, his son. c. 47
  • Thomas and Rowland Okeover's estate: making a jointure and settlement on Thomas' marriage. c. 37
  • Thomas Cowslade's (an infant) estate: sale of freehold and leasehold houses to discharge a mortgage and purchase other lands. c. 55
  • Thomas Lascells' estate: sale for payment of debts. c. 34
  • Zenobia Hough's estate: sale for payment of her husband's debts. c. 49

11 Will. 3[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • Ann Baldwin's estate: sale of a capital messuage and lands called Wiltons and other lands in Buckinghamshire. c. 3
  • Arthur Lacy's estate: sale of lands and manors for payment of mortgage and purchase of demesne lands to be settled to the same uses. c. 9
  • Bluett Wallop's estate: sale of inheritance of a twelfth part of several manors, lands and tenements during his minority and purchasing others. c. 27
  • Bryan Janson's estate: sale for payment of debts and provision for wife and children. c. 31
  • Catherine Fitzgerald Villiers' estate: settling, raising money for payment of debts and securing portions for her five younger children by her late husband Edward Fitzgerald Villiers. c. 16
  • Charging estate of Sir Thomas Robinson with £7000 for his sister Ann's portion and settlement of her estate on him in lieu. c. 14
  • Charles Hore's estate: sale of part for payment of debts and settling other part to raise a portion and maintenance for Elizabeth his daughter by his former wife and making a jointure for his present wife Mary and provision for their children. c. 25
  • Confirmation of a lease and indentures between the city of Norwich and Richard Barry, George Sorocold and Richard Soame and for lighting Norwich's streets. c. 15
  • Confirmation of a lease of ground for the rector and churchwardens of the parish of St. Martins Ogars, London, to build a church for worship in French according to the usage of the Church of England. c. 30
  • Continuing the Governor and Company of Merchants of London trading to the East Indies a Corporation. c. 4
  • Duke of Norfolk's divorce from Lady Mary Mordant. c. 2
  • Enabling Dalby Thomas to sell lands in Islington (Middlesex) settled on his marriage by Dorothy, his wife, as part of her jointure, he settling another estate in lieu. c. 26
  • Enabling Edward Mansell to sell or mortgage the impropriate rectories of Llanriddian and Penrice [Glamorgan] for payment of debts and raising portions for younger children, and settling the manor of Henleys and other lands. c. 17
  • Enabling Leonard Wessell to sell the manor of Acres-Fleet (Essex), settled on his marriage with Sarah his wife as part of her jointure, and to purchase other lands. c. 28
  • Enabling Thomas May to sell lands in Suffolk settled on his marriage and to convey others to the same uses. c. 7
  • Enabling Thomas Noble to sell an undivided third part of the manor of Foxton (Leicestershire) after the settlement of lands of greater value to the same uses. c. 1
  • Freedom of ship "Martha of Margam." c. 32
  • George Harrison's estate: sale of reversion and inheritance of farm of Nethercote (Oxfordshire) for payment of debts and legacies. c. 18
  • Henry Butler's estate in Lancashire: leasing of part for discharging incumbrances. c. 21
  • John Clobery's estate: payment of debts and raising portions and maintenance for children. c. 6
  • Joseph and Sarah Gardiner's estate: sale for payment of debts and legacies and applying residue upon specified trusts. c. 8
  • Making a convenient way out of Chancery Lane to Lincoln's Inn Fields. c. 11
  • Naturalization of Francis Vandertyd, Agneta Vandermersch, Henry Lowman and James Gabriel Le Tresor. c. 37
  • Naturalization of Isaac Delagard, John Batero and others. c. 38
  • Naturalization of John Bourges and others. c. 35
  • Naturalization of John Ricard and Jacob Dabbadie. c. 36
  • Naturalization of Oliver D'Harcourt and others. c. 34
  • Naturalization of Theodore Jacobson and others. c. 33
  • Philip Holman's estate: supplying the loss of indentures of lease and release to George Holman his son. c. 20
  • Rectifying a mistake in Thomas Hopwood's marriage settlement in order to raise portions for younger children and pay debts. c. 5
  • Robert and John Merefield's estate: settlement and ascertaining proportions between Robert's widow and his children. c. 12
  • Sale of manor of Fenham (Northumberland) for payment of debts of Thomas Riddell and his son Edward and raising portions for Thomas' daughters. c. 24
  • Settlement of differences concerning Dame Mary Bond's will and performance of it. c. 13
  • Sir Josiah Child's estate: vesting land in trustees for better performance of covenants entered into upon marriage of his eldest son to Sir Thomas Cooke's daughter. c. 19
  • Taking the estate in law of messuages and lands mortgaged to Jeffery and Samuel Howland and their heirs "out of" Marquis of Tavistock and his lady. c. 29
  • Thomas Barlow's estate: confirmation of sale of manor of Stansall and tenements in Yorkshire, settling other lands to the same uses and purchase of other lands to be so settled. c. 23
  • Thomas Cowper's estate: vesting part in trustees for payment of debts. c. 22
  • Thomas Siderfin's estate: sale of manor of Exton and other lands in Somerset for payment of debts. c. 10

1700 (12 & 13 Will. 3)[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • Better performance of Henry Apsley's will. c. 22
  • Change of Ellis Mew's surname to the surname St. John. c. 25
  • Construction of Kings Lynn hospitals and workhouses. c. 6
  • Construction of Norwich Court of Requests: for recovering small debts under forty shillings. c. 7
  • Declaring the authenticity of Sir Joseph Herne's will. c. 27
  • Elizabeth Viscountess Bulkeley's estate: sale of lands in Devon and Exeter for payment of debts. c. 2
  • Enabling Sir Charles Barrington to settle a jointure and make provision for his younger children. c. 4
  • Enabling Sir Robert Marsham to dispose of lands in Hertfordshire and to settle other lands in Kent to the same uses. c. 5
  • Enabling Sir Thomas Stanley to charge manors and lands in Lancashire with £300 for payment of his sisters' portions and his debts. c. 32
  • Enabling Stephen Jermyn to make provision for younger children and for his eldest son's advancement. c. 8
  • Enabling William Vaughan and Frances Vaughan his intended wife, both infants, to perform marriage articles. c. 24
  • Faster payment of Christopher Killiow's debts and raising portions and maintenance for his siblings in pursuance of his father's will. c. 11
  • Faster payment of the creditors of James late Duke of Ormond and of the present Duke of Ormond. c. 1
  • Furnishing the town of New Deal with fresh water. c. 13
  • Humphrey Hide's estates: vesting in trustees for raising portions for his younger children. c. 12
  • James Deane's estate: sale for his and his family's benefit according to its settlement. c. 33
  • John Fawconer's estate: sale of lands for payment of debts. c. 19
  • Making good the deficiency of the charges of making a way out of Chancery Lane into Lincoln's Inn Fields. c. 26
  • Naturalization of Adrian Loftland and others. c. 31
  • Naturalization of Archibald Arthur and enabling him to dispose of his estate. c. 29
  • Naturalization of Gaspar Cordoso, Herman Vant Wedde and others. c. 36
  • Naturalization of Jacob Auguste Pyngot and others. c. 30
  • Naturalization of Jane Barkstead and vesting several mortgages and securities in her. c. 28
  • Naturalization of Peter Bagneol, Daniel Senault and others. c. 35
  • New trustees for City of London's trust lands. c. 20
  • Norfolk: sale of manors and lands in South Pickenham and elsewhere, and purchase and settlement of others to the same uses. c. 9
  • Peter Trevisia's estate: discharge of a mortgage and maintenance for widow and child. c. 10
  • Ralph Box's divorce from Elizabeth Eyre and enabling him to marry again. c. 18
  • Removal of Hertford County Gaol. c. 21
  • Richard Bigg's estate in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire: charging part with payment of debts. c. 34
  • Richard Nodes' estate: sale of a message and lands in Stevenage (Hertfordshire) for making provision for his wife and children. c. 14
  • Robert Viscount Kilmorey's (an infant) estate: settlement of manors and lands in England upon a treaty of marriage. c. 3
  • Separating James Earl of Anglesea from his wife Countess Katharine by reason of his cruelty. c. 16
  • Sir John Dillon's divorce from Mary Boyle. c. 17
  • Thomas Bennet's estate in Newton cum Barton [Larton] (Cheshire): vesting in trustees for use of the poor of West Kirby pursuant to his will. c. 23
  • William Davison's estate: sale for payment of debts and raising portions for children. c. 15

1701 (13 & 14 Will. 3)[edit]

Public Acts[edit]

Private Acts[edit]

  • Lionel Earl of Orrery's estate: sale of lands and tenements for payment of debts and settlement of other lands. c. 2
  • Naturalization of Charlotte the wife of Hugh Boscowen. c. 1
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