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The Sixth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland

25/01/1808

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No. 3, 4.] ok FEES, GRATUITIES, No. 3. 25 AS ^ C° U? IT ° f Quantity of MALT made, and the Rate and Amount of Duty , diftinguifhing eacn Year, from the 25th of March 1790, to 5th January 1807. Ycari ending. .15 th March 1791 1792 1793 I/ 94 l" 19S 1796 1/ 97 1798 1799 1800 1801 1802 5th January 1803 1804. 1805 1806 1807 Barrels. 174.301 6 1,216,970 4 1,191,854 — 1,284,378 I 1,242,097 2 i> i97>° 33 11 1^ 63,147 3 1,190,875 8 1,124,827 11 843,930 5 i73> 634 1 664,430 9 920,382 11 905,649 10 7i. 5> 479 11 7° 5. ii4 5 717,218 10 Duty. 146,787 13 9 152,121 5 10 148,981 15 — 160,547 5 220,985 16 o£* 354.045 19 4? 33'. 5v< 5 3 of 312,604 17 3 361,214 15 41 287,512 ii il 56,431 4 91 2,5' 939 19 299,124 8 ii£ 340.97+ n 6? 323,628 5 2f 343,740 11 4!- 386,018 19 2 Ra'. c of Duty per Barrel. S. d. 2 6 per Barrel.' 2 6 2 6 2 6 S 3 5 3 J 3 5 3 6 o 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 from 24th June 1803. 9 9 Do. 10th July 1804. 9 9 10 10 from 2d Jane 1806. * Including a Charge of 19,145 3 s. on Stock on hand 25th March 1794. Samuel Hood, Affilfant Examiner Excife. No. 4. The Examination of Mr. GEORGE HUGHES ; taken on Oath, the 2 iff Day of May, 1807. IN the Courfe of your Bufinefs, how long do you ufually keep Com in fteep ?— I would not choofe to tell that. What is your Reafon for declining to anfwer that Queftion ?— Becaufe I would not wife to tell the Secrets of my Bufinefs to any Perfon. Do you mean to fay, that in telling the Secrets of your Trade you would criminate yourfelf ?— 1 will not anfwer that Queftion. What is the fhorteft Time during which you have known Com kept in fteep ?— I have known Corn 36 Hours in fteep. Have you generally kept Corn in fleep for more than 36 Hours ?— I fhould not like to anfwer that. How many Wettings do you make in a Month ?— I think I ought not to anfwer that Queftion. Do you make more than Eight Wettings in a Month ?- I do not think I ftould anfwer that Queftion. Do you think the Bufinefs of Malting in Dublin is carried on fraudulently with refpett to the Revenue, or otherwife?— I do not think I ought to anfwer that Que{ lion- When
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