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Pagina 171 - Britain in pipes or hogsheads, or other casks, than what shall be demanded for the like quantity or measure of French wine, deducting or abating a third part of the custom or duty. But if at any time this deduction or abatement of customs, which is to be made as aforesaid, shall in any manner be attempted and prejudiced, it shall be just and lawful for his sacred royal majesty of Portugal, again to prohibit the woollen cloths, and the rest of the British woollen manufactures.
Pagina 91 - ... have thought that the most efficacious means for obtaining these objects would be to adopt a liberal system of commerce, founded upon the basis of reciprocity and mutual convenience, which by discontinuing certain prohibitions and prohibitory duties might procure the most solid advantages on both sides to the national productions and industry, and give due protection at the same time to the public revenue, and to the interests of fair and legal trade.
Pagina 39 - That is to say, that her sacred royal majesty of Great Britain shall, in her own name, and that of her successors, be obliged, for ever hereafter, to admit the wines of the growth of Portugal into Britain...
Pagina 113 - ... any other duties payable to the Mayor and Commonalty [and [Citizens of the city of London, or to the Lord Mayor of the said city for the time being, or to any other city or town corporate within...
Pagina 39 - France, any thing more shall be demanded for these wines by the name of custom or duty, or by whatsoever other title, directly or indirectly, whether they shall be imported into Great Britain in pipes or hogsheads, or other casks, than what shall be demanded for the like quantity or measure of French wine, deducting or abating a third part of the custom or duty.
Pagina 107 - ... by the operation of any monopoly, contract, or exclusive privileges of sale or purchase whatsoever ; but that the subjects of Great Britain shall have free and unrestricted permission to buy and sell from and to whomsoever, and in whatever form or manner they may please, whether by wholesale or by retail, without being obliged to give any preference or favour in consequence of the said monopolies, contracts, or exclusive privileges of sale .or purchase.
Pagina 39 - I. His Sacred Royal Majesty of Portugal promises, both in His own name and that of His successors, to admit, for ever hereafter into Portugal, the woollen cloths, and the rest of the woollen manufactures of the Britons, as was accustomed till they were prohibited by the laws: nevertheless, upon this condition: II.
Pagina 113 - Provided always, and be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, that nothing in this Act shall extend, or be construed to extend, to...