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The Sixth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland

25/01/1808

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[ ^ 3 CONTENTS. Appendix, No. i.- - Account of the Number of Maltlioufes licenfcd in Ireland for the Year ended 29th September 1806; & c. - Account of the Number of Malthoufes licenced in Ireland since the 20th September iSc6; & c. . _ _ - Account of the Quantity of Malt made, and the Rate and Amount of Duty ; distinguishing each Year, from the 25th of March 1790 to cth January 1807 - _ . _ - Examination of Mr. George Hughes, Maltster - Do - of W. B. Swan, Esq. Inspector General of Excise - D° - of Mr. Hill Clements, Gauger, ( see also N° 35.) - D° - of Mr. John Willson, Gauger, Naas - D° - of Arthur Guinness, Esq. Porter Brewer, Dublin - Account of the Quantity of Hops imported into Ireland from the 25th of March 1796 — Examination of Mr. William Hutton, Distiller, in Dublin D° - of Mr. Alexander Somers, Maltster and Brewer in Dublin D° - of Hugh Trevor, Esq. Proprietor of a Brewery and Malt- Houfe in Dublin - Page 23 24 of Mr. David Sherlock, Brewer and Maltster in Dublin of Mr. Samuel Madder, Brewer and Maltster in Dublin of Mr. Henry Smith, Gauger in the District of Dublin of Mr. Robert Mac Donnell - of Mr. John Trence, Surveyor of Excise of Robert Pigot, Esq. Inspector General of Excife of Mr. Nicholas Fanning, Inspector General of Excife ( See N alfo No. 38.) - - D° - of Mr. Robert Macdonnel, Surveyor of Excife D ® - of Thomas Knox Magee, Inspector General of Excife D° - of Andrew Graham, Esq. Inspector of Excife at Sligo D° - of Mr. Richard Star, Surveyor of Excife in Audion's Survey, Dublin District; ( See also No. 36.) - - D° - of Mr. Joseph Carter, Surveyor of a Malt- Walk in the Dublin Dictrict - 43 - D° - of Mr. Edward Wilson, Surveyor of Excife, refiding at Sligo 45 - D3 - of William Norton, Esq. Collettor of Excife for the Dublin District - - 46 8c 28. D° - of Mr. William Knipe, Examiner of Surveyors and Gaugers Books ( See also No. 37.) - - - - 46 8c 4? Letter from the Excise Office to the Commiffioners of Enquiry, on the Subjea of Notices of Discontinuance ferved by Maltsters - 47 Account of the Number of Notices of Discontinuance to Work, ferved on the Commissioners of Excise by the Maltsters of the different Diftnfts in Ireland - - - 48 No. 31.
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