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The Eighth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland


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Date of Article: 21/02/1809
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458 ( Ireland.) Eighth REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS [ Appendix No. 83— continued. David Powell; as a reward for his labour, he having beenr8 ' years in discovering Arrears of Quit Rent, and what he is entitled to by Law ------- Samuel Skinner; remuneration for him and his Assist for the Service performed in the recovery of the Quit Rents John Boyd, Boatman ; for prosecuting and convicting Geo. Asbell, an unlicensed Auctioneer - John Browne, Gauger; compensation for his services while in charge of a walk -------- •- Collector of Cork Excise; compensation for loss of Fees for January charter 1808 ------- Collector of Dublin County ; the like for same quarter Collector of Mallow ; the like - - D° - Edward White, Gauger ; for his additional labour, trouble and expences, while in charge of Montrath Walk - - - Redmond Hart; for his trouble while in charge of a Survey in Kildare - -- -- -- -- Henry Holdbrook - D° - while in charge of Clain Walk - Guy Gordon ; on account of his not appearing at a trial to prosecute, agreeably to his recognizance, being on Revenue business - -- -- -- -- Thomas Middleton, Gauger; expences incurred by him, in consequence of a Warrant of Distress executed against Mich. Byrne, for selling Spirits without Licence - Total Amount - - £• Coftom- houfe, December 2lit 1808 • 1 Thos Connolly, Examr Incidts. No. 89. Copy of the Memorial of JOHN CHOICER, Esq. Surveyor General to his Grace the Lord Lieutenant, for Compensation. To his Grace Charles Duke of Richmond, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, & c. The Memorial of John Croker, Surveyor General of the Port of Dublin, & c. ' Most humbly sheweth, That about the month of March 1802, the arrears of Excise on Irish Spirits due bv the Distillers in Dublin, had increafed to fo great an amount, as to draw the par- ticular attention of the Earl Annefley, one of the Commiftioners of Excife, to the subject. That his Lordship observing, that the means theretofore adopted for keeping thofe arrears within their proper limits, and preventing lofs to the Revenue, had failed of ths desired effect, directed your Memorialift to fubmit a plan to the Board, whereby thefe, objects may be attained in future. That your Grace's Memorialift did accordingly propofe the following regulations, which were afterwards adopted by the Board ; namely, that a return fhould be made every week by the Collector to the Board of Exeife, containing the names of the Distillers resident in Dublin, with the fums which appeared to be due by each, to and T) r rhe Saturday preceding ; and that another return to and fir the fame day, fhould be laid before the Board by the Infpeftor General, fetting forth the quantity of fpirits which each Distiller in Dublin had in ftock at the time the arrears were returned from the Collector's Oui. ce, both being entered in a book prepared for the purpofe in the Secretary's office, and from thence returned to my office, which gave me an oppor- tunity of knowing who were the perfons in arrear, and whether a greater quantity of spirits had gone into consumption than had aitually paid Duty, whereby the payment of the Duty was postponed, and the fecurity to the Crown diminilhed, whilft I was directed to superintend the businefs, to prepare an abftradt view of the whole for each week
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