An Alphabetical Abridgment of the Laws for the Prevention of Smuggling: From 12 Car. Ii to 58 Geo. III. Inclusive

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G. Eyre and A. Strahan, 1818 - Smuggling - 202 pages
 

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Page 148 - ... by action of debt, bill, plaint, or information, in any of his Majefty's courts of record at Weftminfter...
Page 205 - Lace ; viz. ^— — any metal inferior to silver which shall be spun, mixed, wrought, or set upon silk, or which shall be gilt, or drawn into wire, or flatted into plate, and spun or woven, or wrought into or upon, or mixed with lace, fringe, cord, embroidery, tambour work, or buttons made in the gold or silver lace manufactory, or set upon silk, or made into bullion spangles, or pearl or any other materials made in the gold or silver lace manufactory, or which shall imitate or be meant to imitate...
Page 129 - ... be found at anchor or hovering within the limits of any of the ports of this Kingdom, or within two leagues of the shore, or shall be discovered to have been within the limits of any port, and not proceeding on her voyage, wind and weather permitting...
Page 120 - ... shall be found at anchor or hovering within the limits of any of the ports of this Kingdom, or within two leagues of the...
Page 44 - ... seas for any term not exceeding fourteen years nor less than seven years, or to be imprisoned and kept to hard labour for any term not exceeding three years ; and in Scotland any person so offending shall be liable to be punished in like manner.
Page 216 - ... or shading engines; presses for horn buttons; dies for horn buttons; rolled metal with silver thereon ; parts of buttons not fitted up into buttons, or in an unfinished state ; engines for chasing, stocks for casting buckles, buttons, and rings...
Page 14 - ... officer of Customs at either of the Islands of Guernsey or Jersey for the purpose of being employed in carrying commodities for the supply of the...
Page 92 - ... certificate returned under the common seal of the chief magistrate in any place or places beyond the seas, or under the hands and seals of two known English merchants upon the place, that such goods were there landed, or upon proof by credible persons that such...
Page 205 - Bullion bpangles, or Pearl, or any other Materials made in the Gold or Silver Lace Manufactory, or which shall imitate or be meant to imitate such Lace, Fringe, Cord, Embroidery, Tambour Work or Buttons; nor shall any Person export any Copper Brass or other Metal which shall be silvered...
Page 180 - Persons shall import or bring into, or unship or land, in Great Britain, or within the limits of any of the Ports thereof, any Tea which ought by Law to be entered with the proper Officers of Customs and Excise respectively, and shall not make due entries thereof, so that the Duties of Customs and Excise granted...

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