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SCHEDULE (B.)

Cables, the cwt. ...

Cassia Lignea, the lb.

Cheese, the cwt. ...

Cochineal Dust, the lb.

Copper, the cwt. viz.

Copper Bricks, Rose Copper, and Ca.t Copper

in Plates

Cordage, the cwt. - »

Corn, viz.

— Wheat, the Barrel ■—■ Rye, the Barrel

Pease, the Barrel

■ Beans, the Barrel

Barley, the Barrel 7

Beer or Bigg, the Barrel

Oats, the Barrel

1 Indian Corn or Maize, the Barrel

Wheat-meal and Flour, the cwt.

Oatmeal, the cwt.

Fish, viz.

Stock Fisli, the 120

not otherwise enumerated or described, the cwt.

Flax, viz.

rough or undressed, the cwt.

Seed, or Linseed. See Seed.

Galls, the cwt.
Granilla, the lb.

Indian Corn or Maize. See Corn.
Iron, viz.

■ Pig Iron, the Ton, containing 20 cwt.

Isinglass, the cwt.

Lemons, the IOOO ■ •

Linseed. See Seed.
Madder, viz.

Mull, the cwt.

• Root, the cwt.

of any other Sort, the cwt.

Oak Bark. See Bark.
Oakum, the cwt.
Oatmeal. See Corn.
Oats. See Corn.

Oil, viz. Seed Oil of all Sorts, the Tun, containing 252

Gallons •

Oranges, the 1000
Pease. See Corn.
Pig Iron. See Iron.

Pork, the cwt. - -

Prize Goods, viz. Goods, Wares, and Merchandize, taken and condemned as Prize, not being the Growth, Produce, or Manufacture of any Country

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or Place within the Limits of the Charter errant-
ed to the United Company of Merchants of Eng-
land trading to the East Indies, and not being
particularly enumerated or charged with Duty in
this Table, for every Jcioo of the Value

Safflower, the lb.

Saltpetre, the cwt.

Seed, viz. Linseed, or Flax Seed, the Bustiel

Spanish Wool. See Wool.

Tow, the cwt. ...
Valonia, the cwt. - -

Verdigris, viz.

■ common, the lb.

cry stallized, the lb.

Wheat. See Corn.

Wheat-meal and Flour. See Corn.

Wool, vir. Spanish Wool, the cwt.

Yarn, viz. Raw Linen Yam made of Flax, the cwt.

For the several Exemptions from the Duties charged in this Table; whether relating to Goods exported, or to Countries or Places to which Goods mall be exported, fee the Act to which this Table is annexed.

CAP. XXIX.

An Act to prohibit, until the End of the next Session of Parliament, the Exportation of Jesuits Bark and Cotton Wool from Ireland. [14th April iScS.J

1 TT7HEREAS it is expedient to prohibit for a limited Time the * VV Exportation of Jesuits Bark and Cotton Wool from Ire" 'land except in the Manner herein-after mentioned;' be it therefore enacted by the King's most excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That from and aster the passing of this Act, no Person or Persons whatever fliall, directly or indirectly, export, cairv, or convey, or cause or procure to be exported, carried, or conveyed, out of or from any Port or Place in Ireland, or shall lade or lay on board, or cause or procure to be laden or laid on board in hnv Ship or other Vessel or Boat, any Jesuits Bark or Cotton Wool in order to be carried, exported, or conveyed out of any such Port or Place, except to Great Britain, and also except as herein-after is provided.

II. Provided always, and be it further enacted, That it (hall be lawful for thr Lord Lieutenant, or other chief Governor or Governors of Ireland, with the Advice of the Privy Council of Inland, by any Licence under his Hand, to authorize any Person to export from Ireland for his or their own Account, or for Account of any Subject or Subjects of any State in Amity with His Majesty,

any

Exportation of
Jesuits Bark
allowed for th«
Supply of the
Army aud Navy,

and for the Use of Crews of Ships.

Jesuits Bark and
Cotton Wool
exported
contrary to this
Act (hull be
forfeited,
together with
40s. (>er Ib. and
die Ship, Stc.

any Jesuits Bark or Cotton Wool, under such Regulations, Restrictions, and Securities, as may be specified in the said Licence.

III. Provided always, and be it further enacted, That nothing io fiis Act contained shall extend to prohibit the Exportation in any Ship or Vessel of War, belonging to His Majesty, or in any Transport Vessel in the Service, of any Jesuits B.irk for the Use of His Majesty's Army or Navy, under such Rules, Regulations, and Restrictions, as the Commissioners of Customs and Port Duties in Ireland, or aar Four or more of them, may direct.

IV. Provided also, and be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for the said Commissioners of Customs and Port Duties, or any Four or more of them, by Licence under their Hands, to permit the Exportation of Jesuits Bark for the use of the Crew or other Persons on board of any Ship or Vessel on which the fame shall be kden, in such Quantities (not exceeding One Pound Weight for erery Five Men of the Crew or other Persons on board any such Snip or Vessel), and under such Regulations as the said Commissioner of Customs shall prescribe, any Thing in this Act to the contrary notwithstanding.

V. And be it further enacted, That all Jesuits Bark and Cotton Wool which shall be exported, carried, or conveyed in or laid on board any Ship or other Vessel or Boat, in order to be exported, carried, or conveyed out of Ireland, contrary to this Act, shall be forfeited, and that every Offender therein shall forfeit also the sum of Forty Shillings for every Pound Weight of such Jesuits Bark or Cotton Wool which shall be so exported, carried, or conveyed, or so laden in or laid on board any Ship or other Vessel or Boat, in order to be exported, carried, or conveyed out of Ireland; and also the Ship, Vessel, or Boat, wherein the same shall be exported, or in or upon which the same shall be laden or laid in order to be exported, together with her Guns, Furniture, Ammunition, Tackle, and Apparel, shall be forfeited, and the same respectively may be seized by any Officer or Officers of the Customs.

"Penalties shall be recovered and applied as other Penalties against "Custom Laws in Ireland. § 6. Actions against Persons refusing "to clear out Vessels, with Bark intended to be exported before "passing this Act, declared void, &c. § 7. Act may be altered "this Session. § 8. Continuance of Act till end of next Session. "\9-"

CAP. XXX.

An Act to amend an Act made in the Parliament of Ireland, in the Thirty-third Year of His present Majesty, for regulating the Trade of Ireland to and from the East Indies.

[14th April 1808.]

'1T7HEREAS by an Act made in the Thirty-third Year of Irish Act,

\V His present Majesty's Reign, intituled, An Ad far regu- aa G. a. c 81. 'lat'mg the Trade of Iresand to and from the East Indies, under 5 131 certain Conditions and Provisions, for a Time therein mentioned, it 'is among other things enacted, that no Goods, Wares, or Merchan'dizes ot the Growth, Product, or Manufacture of the Countries 'or Ports within the Limits of the exclusive Trade of the United 48 Geo. III. G « Company

pursuance of
any Order in
Council, shall

Ciceed to
ndon without
being liable to
Forfeiture on
account of
having come to
Ireland.

« Company of Merchants of England trading to the East Indies, '(hall be permitted or allowed to be carried to or imported into or

• landed in Ireland, but such or.ly as shall be laden and shipped at the 'Port of London in British or Irish Ships: And whereas it may 'happen that Goods, Wares, and Merchandize, the Growth, Pro/'duct, or Manufacture of the Countries and Places aforesaid, may

• arrive at some Port or Place in Ireland, in pursuance or in conse

• quence of certain Orders in Council relative to Trade and Navi'gation; and it is expedient that Provision should be made respecting

• the same;' be it therefore enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spin-' tual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament

Ships arriving in assembled, and by the Authority of the fame, That in cafe the Ireland from the Whole or any Part of the Cargo of any Vessel which shall arrive East Indies m jn any port Gf Ireland, in pursuance or in consequence of any Order of His Majesty in Council, or of any Order by the Lord Lieutenant or other Chief Governor or Governors and the Privy Council of Ireland, shall consist of any Goods, Wares, or Merchandize whatever, of the Growth, Product, or Manufacture of any Country or Place within the Limits of the Charter granted to the United Company of Merchants of England trading to the East Indies, such Vessel mall forthwith be permitted to proceed and shall proceed to the Port of London, and the said Ship or Vessel, and the said Goods, Wares, and Merchandize shall be there dealt with according to Law; and such Ship or Vessel, or the Goods, Tackle or Furniture of the fame, or any Goods, Wares, or Merchandize laden therein, shall not be subject or liable to any Penalty or Forfeiture under the said recited Act of the Thirty-third Year of His present Majesty's Reign, on account of having come into such Port contrary to any of the Provisions in the said recited Act contained; any Thing in the said recited Act to the contrary notwithstanding.

II. Provided always, and be it enacted, That if it shall appear to the Satisfaction of the Collector, Comptroller, or other proper Officer of any Port in Ireland, by the Report of any Vessel which shall arrive at such Port with any Cargo, Part whereof shall consist of Goods, Wares, or Merchandize of the Growth, Product, or Manufacture of any Country or Place within the Limits of the Charter granted to the said United Company of Merchants of England trading to the East Indies, that such Goods, Wares, and Merchandize do not exceed in Value, One-fourth Part of the whole Value of the Cargo of such Vessel, then and in such Case it shall be lawful for the Owner, Consignee, or Captain of such Vessel, after giving such Security as shall be directed by the Commissioners of Customs and Port Duties in Ireland or any Four of them, for the due Conveyance of such Goods, Wares, and Merchandize as aforesaid to the Port of London, to land the Cargo of such Vessel, at the Port of her Arrival, except such Goods, Wares, and Merchandize of the Growth, Product, or Manufacture aforesaid, and either to cause such Goods, Wares, and Merchandize to be conveyed in the fame Ship to the Port of London, or to cause the fame to be transshipped in order to be conveyed to the said Port, upon the said Security and under such Regulations and Restrictions for securing the conveying the same to the said Port as shall be directed by the said Commissioners of Customs and Port Duties j any Thing in the

Vessels arriving with East India Gaods, not exceed ing Onefourth of the Cargo may unhide the Itemainder, and transship the East India Goods to XxmAVn.

East India
Goods duly
imported into
Ireland from
Great llriuiu,
may be exported
without Duly oa
Exportation.

said recited Act of the Thirty-third Year o'f His present Majesty's Reign to the contrary thereof in anywise notwithstanding.

III. And be it further enacted, That Goods, Wares, and Merchandize, the Growth, Product, or Manufacture of the Countries or Ports within the Limits of the exclusive Trade of the said Company, which shall have been imported into Ireland from Great Britain according to Law, shall and may be exported from Ireland to any Port or Place whatsoever, without the Payment of anv Duty on the Exportation thereof; any Thing in any Act or Acts in force in Ireland at the Time of such Exportation to the contrary thereof in anywise notwithstanding.

CAP. XXXI.

An Act to extend the Provisions of an Act, made in the Forty-fifth Year of His present Majesty's Reign for preventing the counterfeiting of certain Silver Tokens, to certain other Tokens, which may be issued by the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland, and to promote the Circulation of the said last mentioned Tokens. [14th April 1808.]

'TTTHEREAS by an Act, made in the Forty-fifth Year of His 45 G. 3. e. 4 J,

* W present Majesty's Reign, intituled, An AB to extend the Pro'•oifions of an A3 made in the lajl SeJJion of Parliament, for preventing 'the counterfeiting of certain Silver Coin "issuedby the Banks of England 'and Ireland refpeSively, to Silver Pieces which may be issued by the

* Governor and Company of the Bant of Ireland called Tokens, and to 'promote the Circulation of the said Tokens, certain pains of Felony,

* and other Pains and Penalties, were imposed on any Person or Per

* sons who should make, coin, or counterfeit, or cause or procure to
'be made, coined, or counterfeited, or act or assist in the making,
'coining, or counterfeiting the Tokens in the said Acts mentioned,
'or who should bring into Ireland or into any Part of the United

* Kingdom, or should pass, or utter, or tender in Payment, or give
'in Exchange, or pay or put oft" any such counterfeit Token or
'Tokens, or should have in his, her, or their Custody, without
•lawful Excuse, any greater Number than Five of such false or
'counterfeit Tokens : And whereas the Governor and Company of
'the Bank of Ireland are preparing and intend to issue in Ireland,
'for the Convenience of the Publick, a Quantity of Silver Pieces
'denominated Tokens, of the common Standard of Spanish Pillar
'Dollars, containing on the obverse Side thereof an Impression of
'His Majesty's Head, and the following Words and Figures,
"Georgius III. Dei Gratia Rex 1808;" and on the reverie Side
'thereof an Impression representing Hibernia, with the Words or
'Figures " Bank Token, XXX Pence Iri/h," each such Token con-
taining in Weight Six-thirteenth Parts of the Common Weight
'of a Spanish Pillar Dollar: And whereas Tokens for Ten-pence
'and Five-pence have been issued by the " Governor and Company
1 of the said Bank of Ireland conformably to the Descriptions in
'the said recited Act with the Variation only of the Figures
'1806 instead of 1805:' Be it enacted by the King's most Excel-
lent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spi-
ritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament

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