Danby Pickering’s series of The Statutes At Large is probably the most well-known of the eighteenth century collections of English and British statutes. The first 24 volumes were historical, going from 1225 to 1760, the final volume being an index. After that, it became a contemporary series, publishing legislation as it was passed, up to volume 46 (1806).
These are the specific digitized volumes I have been OCRing. Each particular volume will have it’s own quirks and problems – library stamps, watermarks, perhaps damaged or missing pages.