A summary of the duties, drawbacks, and bounties of excise in the United Kingdom, by A. Lowe and W. Wrenford

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Page 92 - ... distiller shall be charged with duty in respect of the whole wort or wash in such back, in like manner as such distiller is by this act chargeable in respect of any wort or wash not before charged, and the wort or wash of which such account had been previously taken in such back shall be deemed to be distilled or decreased, and the distiller shall be charged for a quantity of spirits in respect of such wort or wash so deemed to be distilled or decreased, in like manner as such distiller is chargeable...
Page 41 - England for consumption, the sum of 35/., and so in proportion for any greater or less degree of strength, or any greater or less quantity...
Page 33 - For all Paper made and charged with Duty in the United Kingdom which shall be used in the printing of any Books in the Latin, Greek, Oriental, or Northern Languages within the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, or within the Universities of Scotland, or the College of the Holy and Undivided...
Page 47 - ... at the time of taking out such licence shall not, together with the offices, courts, yards, and gardens therewith occupied, be rated under the authority of any Act or Acts of Parliament for granting duties on inhabited houses, at a rent of...
Page 75 - Goods shipped, put off, or water-borne to be shipped contrary hereto shall be forfeited : and it shall be lawful for the Searcher to open...
Page 62 - Rum the produce of any British Possession within the limits of the East India Company's Charter, not...
Page 67 - Weight if from the East Indies, or 450lbs. Weight if from any other Place ; and not packed in Bags or Packages within any such Hogshead, Cask, Chest or Case nor separated, nor divided in any Manner whatever ; except Tobacco of the Dominions of the Turkish Empire, which may be packed in inward Bags or Packages, or separated or divided in any Manner within the outward Package, provided such outward Package be a Hogshead...
Page 62 - Manufactures, not otherwise enumerated or described, and old broken Glass, fit only to be remanufactured - - the Cwt.
Page 49 - Irish liquor, made by infusion, fermentation, or otherwise, from fruit or sugar, or from fruit or sugar mixed with any other materials or ingredients whatsoever, commonly called sweets, or called or distinguished by the name of made wines?
Page 10 - ... between the hours of six o'clock in the morning and nine o'clock in the evening. 1901, c. 4. s. G3. Punishment ot 64. If any person using an authorised ferry refuses to pay ing...

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