• Chapter
    36 George III – Chapter 16
  • Year
  • Jurisdictional Relevance
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  • Description
    An amendment to an act first passed in 1765, which made it lawful for the grand juries in each county to make presentment upon all sums necessary for the construction or repairing of jails, courts, session houses, stocks, pillories, or pounds, and for providing bolts, shackles, and the conveying of persons to the county goal. Although the title of this act states that the original act being amendment was passed in 6 Geo. III, it was in fact passed in 5 Geo. III.
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