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The Seventh Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland


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Date of Article: 31/01/1809
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219 ( Ireland.)— SEVENTH REPORT or THE COMMISSIONERS [ Appx. perfon producing a certificate or licence ( heet, who paid for and removed the Tobacco; but E? xaminant has fince heard, that the perfon to whom the licence { heet purported to belong, denied the fafc or delivering of any fuch Tobacco to him, by which means, as he fuppofes, the Excife Duty upon that quantity was evaded On takin* Tobacco out offtore, the Merchant may have it weighed, and is at liberty either° to pay the Duty on that oi' the import weight. He therefore thinks that it would be highly advantageous to the Revenue, if cool ftores on a ground floor were provided, folely appropriated, and properly adapted to the ftoring of Tobacco, which by being ftored in lofts expofed' to the fun and air, is not only injured in its quality, but by shrinking, loses in its weight, and consequently pays less Duty to Archd Hawksley. Fredk Geale, Robert Alexander, Charles Saxton. No. ABSTRACT of an Account of the NAMES, NUMBER, and STATIONS of the REVENUE Sea: By Order, dated 27th of Odtober 1807, a Period of 1. 2. 3- 4- 5- 6. NAMES. Annefley - - Ceres ford - - Buckingham - Camden - - Clifden - - - Hardwicke Langrilhe - - STATIONS. From Cape Fuling to Greencaflle - - From Com > ape Clear - - - - From Copland to Carlingford ... From Clogher to Wexford .... From Belfaft to Strangford - - - - From St. John's to Clogher - - - - From Killibegs to Brookhaven - - - 8. Mafon From Tralee to Valentia 9- Mary From Clogher to Bray 10. Minerva - - - - 11. Nepean - - - - From Rathlin to L. Swilly 12. Old Brown - - - From Blackfod to Slimehead Refolution - - - - From the Shannon to Galway 14. Rofs From Dublin to Carlingford .... > 5- Rutland - - - . From Rosslare to Dungarvon - - - . 36. From Kinmare to Castlehaven - - . . - 7- Townfend - From Galway to Slimehead - . _ J 8. Wickham - From Ruthlin to Strangford 19. Winder - - . . From Tralee to the Durfeys - Days - - . Months - - - Infpeftor of Revenue Veflels Office Cuftom- Houfe, Dublin, November 17, 1807. of Days' in Port.
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