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The Seventh Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland


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The Seventh Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland

Date of Article: 31/01/1809
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( I r e l a n d . ) — S E V E N T H REPORT or THE COMMISSIONERS [ App*. No. 13. AN ACCOUNT of the Amount of Duty paid by PAPER- MANUFACTUR ERS, from the 25 th of March ,798. to the 5th of January iSoS; diftinguifhing each Year. Years ending 25th March Tears ending 5th January - - '• 1799 1800 1801 1 8C2 1803 1804 1805 1806 1807 I i8cS Amount of Duty. s. d. 4> 7x7 5 6 12,616 3 11,520 13 10 10,300 9 31 11,818 18 1 9-^ 57 71 10,939 13 1 i3> 3° 4 9 ixf * 5> 937 6 11 18,492 5 4* === Sam1 Heed, Als' Examr Excife. No. 14. • The Examination of Mr. HENRY WHEELER; taken on Oath, the 1 cth of February, and 21ft March 1808. ' J J' oraqut This Examinant faith, - _ ^ fk ^ d That he is a Surveyor of Excise, and at prefent in charge of Maltsters, Tanners and Paper- makers, in the Southern Survev, in the distriCt of che county of Dublin. In this survey, which extends upwards of thirteen miles to the South, and above nine in an Eastern direction from Dublin, there are three walks, containing eighteen Paper- makers Manufactories, three Malthouses, and one Tan- yard. When Licences have been taken out by Paper- makers, they give six days notice to the proper Col- lectors, Surveyors and Gaugers, of the time at which they intend to commence work j previous to which, Examinant takes the dimensions of their Engines and " Vats, which he enters in a dimension- book, but has never taken the dimensions of the Wet- presses. The entries of the dimensions of the Engines are made in the stock- books of the several walks of his survey ; but since the charge in respeCt to the Vats commenced, he has never, but in a Tingle inftance, made any entry of their dimenfions ; nor did he conceive that any entry, either of thefe or the dimenfions of the Wet- presses are ne- cessary. Vouchers, with columns for entering the dimenfions of both Engines , and Vats, • 0 fes frf. 1 ( VnAfi ® UjfjfcS^ \ 4[ 1 I.,:; PU"'' V , ^ Jflltf1 ' ftlWi IV'T^' l^ ft^ ilitac011? itt,^ 1 IB' inOKBi img"! IT" ThebtJ flWflM pro kfa li A rati of I " Ml & ,6n
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