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" ... be found at anchor or hovering within the limits of any of the ports of this Kingdom, or within two leagues of the shore, or shall be discovered to have been within the limits of any port, and not proceeding on her voyage, wind and weather permitting... "
An Alphabetical Abridgment of the Laws for the Prevention of Smuggling: From ... - Page 117
by Great Britain - 1818 - 202 pages
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 17

English literature - 1755
...the ports of this kingdom, or within two leagues of the more, or (hall be difcovered, to have been within the limits of any port, and not proceeding on her voyage, wind and weather permitting, (unlefs in cafe of unavoidable neceffity and diftrcfs of weather, of which...
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The Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, to the End of the ..., Volume 25

Great Britain, Danby Pickering - Law - 1763
...fifty tons, or under, laden with cuftomabk or prohibited goods, fhould be found hovering on the coafts of this kingdom within the limits of any port, and...port of this kingdom, wind and weather permitting, it ihould and might be lawful to and for any officer or officers of his Majefty's cuftoms, to go on...
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The Statutes at Large: From Magna Charta to ... 1869 ...

Great Britain - Law - 1763
...fifty tons, or under, laden with cuftomable or prohibited goods, mould be found hovering on the coafh of this kingdom within the limits of any port, and...port of this kingdom, wind and weather permitting, it mould and might be lawful to and for any officer or officers of his Majefty's cuftoms, to go on...
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Statutes at Large ...: (43 v.) ... From Magna charta to 1800

Great Britain - Law - 1763
...fifty tons, or under, laden with customable or prohibited goods, mould be found hovering on the coafts of this kingdom within the limits of any port, and...port of this kingdom, wind and weather permitting, it fhould and might be lawful to and for any officer or officers of his Majefty's cuftoms, to go ori...
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Statutes at Large ...: (43 v.) ... From Magna charta to 1800

Great Britain - 1765
...this kingdom, or within two men) hovering leagues of the Ihore, or ihall be difcovered to have been within the limits of any port, and not proceeding on her voyage, wind and weather permitting (unlefs in cafe of unavoidable neceility, and diftrefs of weather, of which...
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The Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, to the End of the ..., Volume 21

Great Britain, Danby Pickering - Law - 1766
...of the ports of this kingdom, or within two leagues of iht▀ore, or ▀all be difcovcred to have been within the limits of any port, and not proceeding on her voyage, wind and weather permitting (unlcjfs in cafe of unavoidable necejfity and di▀refs of wea ther, of...
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Practical Counting House: Or, Calculation and Accountantship Illustrated in ...

James Scruton - Bookkeeping - 1777 - 530 pages
...hovering within the limits of any port, or within two leagues of the fhore, or difcovered to have been within the limits of any port, and not proceeding on her voyage, (unlefs in cafe of an unavoidable neceffity and diftrefs of weather, of which the mailer, purfer, or...
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A Collection of the Acts of Parliament, Now in Force, Relating to the Linen ...

Great Britain - Electronic book - 1783 - 327 pages
...the Ports of Great Britain, or within Two Leagues of the Shore, or fhall be difcovered to have been within the Limits of any Port, and not proceeding on her Voyage, Wind and Weather permitting, (unlefs in cafe of unavoidable Neceflity and Diftrefs of Weather, of which...
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The Justice of the Peace, and Parish Officer ..: Continued to the ..., Volume 2

Richard Burn - 1797
...exceeding two gallons each), {hall be found at anchor, or hovering within two leagues of the (bore, or be within the limits of any port, and not proceeding on her voyage, wind and weather permitting; all fuch (pints, with the cafks and other package, or the value thereof,...
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences, Volume 3

William Nicholson - 1809
...HOVERING, in law, ships of fifty tons, laden with customable or prohibited goods, hovering on the coasts of this kingdom, within the limits of any port (and not proceeding from foreign parts) may be entered by officers of the customs, who are to take an account of the lading,...
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