THE. The acts passed in 1819, for the pacification of England, are so called. They, in effect prohibited the training of persons to arms; authorized general searches and seizure of arms; prohibited meetings of more than fifty persons for the discussion of public grievances; repressed with heavy penalties and confiscations sedi- tious and blasphemous libels; and checked pamphleteering by extending the newspaper stamp duty to political pamphlets. Brown.
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