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The Eighth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland

21/02/1809

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N ' 7 7 > 7 8 > 7 9 - ] OK F E E S , G R A T U I T I E S , & c.-( Excife Duties.) t79 No. 77- Copy of a LETTER from Sir C. M. Ormsby, relative to Money and Regulation Bills, which were prepared in the year ending 5th January 1804. Sir, I beg to acquaint you for the information of the Commiffioners of Enquiry, that in the year ending the 5th January 1804, it was the intention of Mr. Corry, then Chancellor of the Exchequer, to make the Revenue Regulation Bills perpetual, and amend them. With that view the following were prepared in Ireland j coffee regulation, permit, tobacco, malt, rectifyers, leather, audions, glafs bottles, paper hangings, revenue regulation bill, general licence, bounty export, and claufes relating to aftions againft Officers. The intention of making thefe Bills perpetual was afterwards relinquiffied; but they having been prepared with that view in Ireland, the Law fervants received Fees amounting to 150 guineas each. I have the honour to be, Sir, B. Babington, Efquire, your very obedient humble servant, & c. & c. & c. C. M. Ormsby. Total - - £. 391 6 — 19th November 1808. Saml Bradshaw, Solr King's Rents. November 22d 1808. Rob. Reeves, SOlr 52, 4C
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