Customhouses England Early Works To 1800 : A whippe for the custome-house curre, or, A survey of Ieremiah Watts his scurrilous pamphlet, called An answer to quaeries, touching reducement of the excise to the customes.; Dakins, Thomas.
Customhouses England London Early Works To 1800 : An abstract of the grieuances of the poore clerkes of his Maiesties custome-house London : by reason of letters pattents lately obtained for the erecting of a new office called the office of clerke of the bils in all his Maiesties custome-houses of England, contained likewise in briefe in a petition by them exhibited vnto this honorable assembly: as also relating the grieuances and inconueniences that do arise thereby to many merchants and tradesmen of the Citie of London: as by certificates vnder the hands of neare three hundred of them (annexed to the said petition) may appeare: viz.
Customhouses United States : The duties payable upon importation of goods into the United States of America, whether in American or foreign vessels [electronic resource] : together with an abstract of the revenue laws of America, and directions for the custom-house business there ...; Steel, David,
Customs Administration Belgium : Tarif des douanes de Belgique au 15 mai 1834, exposant, dans l'ordre de la consommation et de la production, les denrées et les marchandises ... [electronic resource] : précédé des dispostions légales qui ont établi et maintenu les principes des systèmes de douanes et d'impôts / par Dujardin-Sailly.; Dujardin-Sailly,
Customs Administration Corrupt Practices Great Britain : The statue of truth, in the garden of allegory [electronic resource] : addressed to Lord North : containing such remarks as may not be unworthy His Lordship's notice : useful to the managers of His Majesty's revenues, &c. &c. &c. / by T.S.; Stayley, Thomas.
Customs Administration Corrupt Practices Scotland Early Works To 1800 : Oppression exposed, or, Liberty and property maintained [electronic resource] : being an enquiry into the several mismanagements of persons concerned in the revenues of customs and excise in Scotland / by Reay Sabourn Solicitor to the Court of Exchequer there.; Sabourn, Reay.
Customs Administration Early Works To 1800 : Rules and directions given by Coll: Edmond Harvy, and the rest of the Commissioners for the Customs, to the collectors and other officers, to be by them observed, in collecting the customs, and the mannagement [sic] of their respective offices; England and Wales.