Customs Administration Ireland Early Works To 1800 : Letters patents granted by His Majesty: containing a demise of His revenue of Ireland for seven years, bearing date the twelfth day of July 1669. as also letters patents granted by his Majesty, containing an abatement of rent, bearing date the third day of August 1669. Together with Marginal notes and an alphabetical table; England and Wales.
Customs Administration Ireland Officials And Employees : Whereas we are informed, that in many cities and towns corporate within this kingdom, greater customers, tolls and duties than are really due, have been of late exacted in right of the said corporations, upon goods imported or exportd into or out of the said cities and towns corporate, to the great prejudice of His Majestie his customers, the decay of trade, and the discouragement of merchants ... / by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Essex.; Ireland.
Customs Administration Law And Legislation : A Collection of divers orders & rules : heretofore established for the making and passing entries in the custome-house, as well for merchandise, as for goods, from port to port within this nation : published by order of the Commissioners of the Customes.
Customs Administration Law And Legislation England Indexes : A guide to the customers and collectors clerks, or, A new index to the book of rates : wherein the additional duties, impositions and subsidies of tonnage and poundage on goods and merchandizes, imported and exported, and variations from the said book of rates may be found : with references to the acts of Parliament of the first edition, where the matter is more at large expressed / collected by Richard Score.; Score, Richard.
Customs Administration Law And Legislation England Thanet Early Works To : Orders, decrees, and rates, time ont [sic] of mind used by the inhabitants of Margat and St. John's in Thanet in the county of Kent, a member of Dover, one of the five ports, for and towards the perpetual maintenance and preservation of the peer and harbour of Margat aforesaid : newly revised, ratified, confirmed and allowed, by his excellency the right honourable Henry, Lord Viscount Sydney of Shepey, Baron of Milton, Lord Lieutenant of the county of Kent, constable of Dover Castle, lord warden of the Cinque Ports, master general of the ordnance, and one of Their Majesty's most honourable Privy-Council, &c. the seventh day of February, Anno Domini 1693-4, and in the fifth year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord and Lady King William and Queen Mary.
Cutler Francis : Joseph Brocke, appellant. Sarah Cutler, executrix of Francis Cutler deceased. Respondent. The case of the appellant, humbly presented to the consideration of the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled..; Brocke, Joseph.
Cutler Sarah : Joseph Brocke, appellant. Sarah Cutler, executrix of Francis Cutler deceased. Respondent. The case of the appellant, humbly presented to the consideration of the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled..; Brocke, Joseph.
Cutlers : The Case of the Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire, and elsewhere within the county of York, and others of the cutlers and smiths in Warwickshire and Darbyshire : humbly offered to the consideration of the honourable knights, citizens and burgesses in Parliament assembled.
Cutlery England : A new touch-stone for gold and silver wares : directing all buyers of large plate, or small works (as silver or goldhilts, buckles, watch-cases, pins and studs in watch-cases, money-boxes, tobacco-boxes, bells and sockets for corals, buttons and tags for garments, chirurgeons-instruments, rings, chains, lockets, or other goldsmith works), how to know whether they buy or wear such as are of the lawful standard-allay, or adulterated and unlawful, and how to recover recompence against the offenders : and also discovering the principal matters of the goldsmiths and cutlers (and material things of all other manual) trades.; W. B.