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.
Customs Administration Forms Early Works To 1800 : Whereas we are informed, that there is brought into the port of London from [ blank ] in the ship or vessel called the [ blank ] whereof [ blank ] is master, [ blank ] of books, marked as in the margent, and specified in a catalogue presented unto us upon the accompt of [ blank ]. : These are to certify that in pursuance of act of Parliament in that behalf made, we have appointed [ blank ] or either of them, with one or more of the Company of Stationers ... to be present at the opening thereof, and to view the same ...; England and Wales.
Customs Administration Germany : L'Association des douanes allemandes, son passé, son avenir [electronic resource] : ouvrage augmenté du tableau des tarifs comparés de l'association allemande et de ceux de douanes françaises, et de trois cartes ... / par P.-A. de La Nourais et E. Bères.; La Nourais, P.-A. de
Customs Administration Great Britain Forms Early Works To 1800 : Instructions for the collectors and other officers employ'd in Her Majesties customs, &c. in the north-part of Great Britain [electronic resource] : with forms of dispatches, schemes for calculations, and the regular methods of accompting.; Great Britain.
Customs Administration Great Britain History 17th Century : A declaration in vindication of the honour of the Parliament and of the Committee of the Navy and Customes against all traducers: concerning the managing of the navy and customes and many other weighty affaires of state : faithfully relating what strength of shipping have been yearly employed for the guarding of the seas and what moneys arising by the revenue of the customes, excise of flesh and salt, and other receits have been applyed to that use, the rules by which they have been all managed, and a just account how the moneys have been disposed / by Giles Grene ...; Grene, Giles.