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allowed the same drawbacks, bounties, or allowances, when imported or exported in British Vessels, as are levied or allowed on similar goods, wares, and merchandise, when imported or exported from Denmark in Danish Vessels; and that British Vessels are charged with no other or higher tonnage duties on their entrance into the Ports of Denmark, than are levied on Danish Vessels; His Majesty, by virtue of the powers vested in him by the Acts above recited, and by and with the advice of his Privy Council, is pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, that, from and after the first day of July next, Danish Vessels entering the Ports of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in ballast or laden, or departing from the Ports of the said United Kingdom, together with the Cargoes on board the same, such Cargoes consisting of articles which may be legally imported or exported, shall not be subject to any other or higher duties or charges whatever, than are or shall be levied on British Vessels entering or departing from such Ports, or on similar articles when imported into, or exported from, such Ports in British Vessels; and also that such articles, when exported from the said Ports in Danish Vessels, shall be entitled to the same bounties, drawbacks, and allowances, that are granted on similar articles when exported in British Vessels:

And the Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury are to give the necessary directions herein accordingly. JAS. BULLER.

ORDER IN COUNCIL regulating the Duties on Hamburgh Vessels and their Cargoes, in British Ports*.

At the Court at Carlton-House, the 30th of June, 1824.

PRESENT,

THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

WHEREAS, by an Act, passed in the fourth Year of His present Majesty's Reign, intituled "An Act to authorize His Ma"jesty, under certain circumstances, to regulate the Duties and "Drawbacks on Goods imported or exported in Foreign Ves

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* London Gazette, 3rd July, 1824.

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are charged with the same duties, and are allowed the same drawbacks, bounties, or allowances, when imported or exported in British Vessels, as are levied or allowed on similar goods, wares, and merchandise, when imported or exported from Hamburgh, in Hamburgh Vessels; and that British Vessels are charged with no other or higher tonnage duties on their entrance into the Territories of Hamburgh, than are levied on Hamburgh Vessels; His Majesty, by virtue of the powers vested in him by the Acts above recited, and by and with the advice of his Privy Council, is pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, that, from and after the first day of July next, Hamburgh Vessels entering the Ports of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in ballast or laden, or departing from the Ports of the said United Kingdom, together with the Cargoes on board the same, such Cargoes consisting of articles which may be legally imported or exported, shall not be subject to any other or higher duties or charges whatever, than are or shall be levied on British Vessels entering or departing from such Ports, or on. similar articles when imported into, or exported from, such Ports in British Vessels; and also that such articles, when exported from the said Ports in Hamburgh Vessels, shall be entitled to the same bounties, drawbacks, and allowances that are granted on similar articles when exported in British Vessels: And the Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury are to give the necessary directions herein accordingly. JAS. BULLER.

ACT of the British Parliament respecting the Newfoundland Fisheries*.

An Act to repeal several Laws relating to the Fisheries carried on upon the Banks and Shores of Newfoundland, and to make provision for the better conduct of the said Fisheries for Five Years, and from thence to the end of the then next Session of Parliament.-[3d June, 1824.]

(Extract.)

2. AND be it further enacted, That no Alien or Stranger whatsoever shall at any time hereafter take Bait, or use any *5 Geo. 4, Cap. 51.

sort of Fishing whatsoever in Newfoundland, or the Coasts, Bays, or Rivers thereof, or on the Coast of Labrador, or in any of the Islands or Places within, or dependent upon, the Government of the said Colony; always excepting the Rights and Privileges granted by Treaty to the Subjects or Citizens of any Foreign State or Power in amity with His Majesty.

12. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful for His Majesty, his Heirs and Successors, by advice of his or their Council, from time to time, to give such orders and instructions to the Governor of Newfoundland, or to any Officer or Officers on that Station, as he or they shall deem proper and necessary to fulfil the purposes of any Treaty or Treaties now in force between His Majesty and any Foreign State or Power; and in case it shall be necessary to that end, to give orders and instructions to the Governor or other Officer or Officers aforesaid, to remove, or cause to be removed, any Stages, Flakes, Train-fats, or other Works whatever, for the purpose of carrying on the Fishery, erected by His Majesty's Subjects on that part of the Coast of Newfoundland which lies between Cape Saint John passing to the North, and descending to the Western Coast of the said Island, to the place called Cape Raye, and also all Ships, Vessels, and Boats belonging to His Majesty's Subjects which shall be found within the limits aforesaid; and also, in case of refusal to depart from within the limits aforesaid, to compel any of His Majesty's Subjects to depart from thence; any Law, Custom, or Usage to the contrary notwithstanding.

13. And be it further enacted, That if any Person or Persons shall refuse, upon requisition made by the Governor, or any Officer or Officers acting under him, in pursuance of His Majesty's Orders or Instructions as aforesaid, to depart from within the limits aforesaid, or otherwise to conform to such requisitions and directions as such Governor or other Officer as aforesaid, shall make or give for the purposes aforesaid, every such Person or Persons so refusing or otherwise offending against the same, shall forfeit the sum of £50 sterling money: Provided always, that every such suit or prosecution, if the same be commenced in Newfoundland, shall be commenced within one year; and if commenced in any of His Majesty's Courts of Record at Westminster, within two years from the time of the commission of such offence.

ACT of the British Parliament respecting Aliens*.

An Act to continue for Two Years, and to amend, an Act of the Fifty-sixth Year of His late Majesty, for establishing Regulations respecting Aliens arriving in or resident in this Kingdom, in certain cases.-[17th May, 1824.]

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WHEREAS an Act was passed in the Fifty-sixth Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, intituled "An Act for establishing Regulations respecting Aliens arriving "in and resident in this Kingdom, in certain cases, for Two "Years from the passing of this Act, and until the end of the "Session of Parliament in which the said Two Years shall expire, if Parliament shall be then sitting:" And whereas the said Act was, by another Act passed in the Fifty-eighth Year of the Reign of His said late Majesty, further continued for the term of Two Years, and until the end of the Session of Parliament in which that term should expire, if Parliament should be then sitting; and was, by another Act, passed in the First Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, continued for the further term of Two Years; and was, by another Act, passed in the Third Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, continued for the further term of Two Years: And whereas the provisions of the said first recited Act have been found beneficial, and it is expedient further to continue and to amend the same; be it therefore enacted by the King's Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, that the said first recited Act shall be and the same is hereby further continued in force, from the expiration thereof, for the term of Two Years.

2. Provided always, and be it further enacted, That nothing in the said first recited Act or in this Act contained, shall extend or be construed to extend to any Alien who shall have been continually residing in this Kingdom for a period of Seven Years.

* 5th Geo. 4, Cap. 37.

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