The Duties, Drawbacks and Bounties of Customs and Excise, Payable in Great Britain. by T. Sherlock and J. Towne

The Duties, Drawbacks and Bounties of Customs and Excise, Payable in Great Britain. by T. Sherlock and J. Towne

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1819 edition. Excerpt: ...or Germany, except Hungary Wine, which may be imported from Hamburgh. W. Wine cannot be imported in flasks or bottles, or vessels containing less than 25 gallons, except French wine, from France, in bottles and for private use, in packages containing not less than six dozen quarts; and excepting wine from Ireland, Guernsey, Jersey, and Alderney.in bottles, packages whereof contain six dozen quarts, in British ships, bond being given at those places, and the wine accompanied with a certificate: tee 45 Geo. III. cap. 121; 42 Geo. III. cap. 44; and 59 Geo. III. cap. 52; and except Wine of the dominions of the Great Duke of Tuscany, in open flasks; and also excepting Wine of Turkey or any part of the Levant Sea, which may be imported in the same manner as it has usually been imported.--cannot be imported in less packages than such as are esteemed hogsheads, capable of containing--(Madeira 50 to 55 galls. From-; Oporto & Lisbon 63 to 70 t France 54 to 60 except in casks which will contain 25 gallons or more for private nse, and by the Commissioners' leave.--cannot be imported in ships of less bur-then than 60 tons. N. B. The wine gallon is 231 cubic inches. Wine Lees, duty as Wine, but no drawback. Wire, via. Brass or Copper, not otherwise enumerated, the cwt Gilt or plated, for 100 value Iron, (a) not otherwise enumerated, the cwt Latten, the cwt Silver, for. 100 value--Steel, the lb (a) Iron smaller than fine fine, and Card Wire and White Wire, and Wares made of Iron Wire, cannot be imported, except Irish from Ireland. Woad, the cwt Wood. Anchor Stocks, the piece, --------of the British colonies or plantations in America, directly from thence.. Balks, under 5 inches square, under 24 feet long, the 120 of.ill sorts, under 8 inches...show more

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