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Countries Of The United Kingdom - Terminology - Acts of Parliament
1328 Treaty of Berwick 1357 Laws in Wales Acts 1535–1542 Crown of Ireland Act 1542 Treaty of Edinburgh 1560 Union of the Crowns 1603 Union of England and Scotland Act 1603 Act of Settlement ... Ireland (Temporary Provisions) 1972 N ... Ireland Assembly Act 1973 N ...
Redistribution Of Seats (Ireland) Act 1918
... The Redistribution of Seats (Ireland) Act 1918 was an Act passed by the Parliament of the United Kingdom which redistributed the parliamentary constituencies in Ireland for the House of Commons ... This Act replaced the distribution of seats which had been used since 1885 ... was replaced, for the six counties in Northern Ireland which remained part of the UK, by new UK Parliament constituencies ...
List Of Acts Of The Parliament Of The United Kingdom, 1900–1919 - 1900 – 1909 - 1907 (7 Edw. 7)
... Advertisements Regulation Act 1907 c. 27 Appropriation Act 1907 c. 20 Army (Annual) Act 1907 c ...
List Of Acts Of The Parliament Of The United Kingdom, 1900–1919 - 1910 – 1919 - 1919 (9 & 10 Geo. 5)
... Acquisition of Land (Assessment of Compensation) Act 1919 c ... Land Sales (Restriction of Notices to Quit) Act 1919 c. 63 Air Navigation Act 1919 c ...
British Unionists - Formation of The Union
1284 Treaty of Edinburgh–N'hampton 1328 Treaty of Berwick 1357 Laws in Wales Acts 1535–1542 Crown of Ireland Act 1542 Treaty of Edinburgh 1560 Union of the Crowns 1603 Union of England and ... Ireland (Temporary Provisions) 1972 N ... Ireland Assembly Act 1973 N ...

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