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aid of the
or War Duties,” (the necessary Charges of raising and accounting Services for 1809, and sub
for the same excepted.) shall from Time to Time be paid into the sequent Years.
Receipt of His Majesty's Exchequer distinctly and apart from all other Branches of the Publick Revenues, and that there shall be provided and kept in the Office of the Auditor of the said Receipt of the Exchequer, a Book or Books in which all the Monies arising from the said respeive Duties, and paid into the said Receipt as aforesaid, shall be entered separate and apart from all other Monies paid or payable to His Majetty, His Heirs and Succeffors, upon any Account what. ever, and the said Monics so paid into the said Receipt (subje& to the Appropriation directed by the said last recited Act of the Forty-seventh Year aforesaid, with respect to the Duties therein mentioned and hereby repealed, as is herein-before mentioned) shall, from Time to Time, as the same shall be paid into the said Receipt, be issued and applied to such Services as shall then have been voted by the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in this present Seson of Parliament, for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and nine, or shall be voted for the Service of any subsequent Year, and the Commissioners of His Majetty's Treasury for the Time being, or any Three or more of them, are hereby authorized to issue and apply
the same accordingly, Limitation of LIII. And be it further enacted, That if any A&ion or Suit shall Aérions, be brought or commenced against any Person or Persons for any Three Months. Thing done in pursuance of this Act, such A&ion or Suit shall be
commenced within Three Calendar Months next after the Fact com.
mitted, and not afterwards, and shall be laid in the County or Place Defen lant where the Cause of Complaint did arise, and not elsewhere; and the may plead Defendant or Defendants in every such AAion or Suit may plead the General Issue.
General Illue, and give this Act and the Special Matter in Evidence at any Trial to be had thereupon, and if the Jury shall find for the Defendant or D«ferdants in any such Aation or Suit, or if the Plaintiff or Plainuffs shall be nonsuited, or discontinue his, her, or their A&ion or Suit after the Defendant or Defendants shall have appeared ; or if
upon Demurrer Judgınent Thall be given against the Plaintiff or Treble Cofts. Plaintiffs, the Defendant or Defendants shall have Treble Cofts, and
have the like Remedy for the same as any Defendant had in other
SCHEDULE and TABLES to which this Act refers.
SCHEDULE (A.) A SCHEDULE of the DUTIES of CUSTOMS payable on the IMPORTA
TION into Great Britain of certain Goods, Wares, and Merchandize therein enumerated or described, and of the Drawbacks to be allowed on the Exportation thereof from Great Britain ;
ALSO, Of the Duties of Customs payable on the EXPORTATION of Goods, Wares,
and Merchandize from Great Britain ;
LIKEWISE, Of the Duties of Customs payable on Goods, Wares, and Merchandize
, brought or carried Coastwise or from one Port or Place to any other Port or Place within Great Britain, and of the Drawbacks to be allowed on the Exportation thereof from Great Britain ;
AND ALSO, Of the TONNAGE Duties of Customs payable on Ships or Veffels entering
Inwards or Outwards in Great Britain, from or to Foreign Parts.
A. Acacia, the lb. Acetosella Sal, See Sal. Acorus, the lb. Adianthum, the lb. Agaric, the cwt. Agates, viz.
polished or otherwise manufactured,
for every $100 of the Value
£100 of the Value
scribed, for every £100 of the
Confectio, the oz.
Syrup, the lb.
Bitter, the cwt.
of any other Sort, the cwt.
Restrictions under which Almonds of all Sorts inay be secured in Warehouses without Payment of Duty, Set 43 Gew. 3. cap. 132. 45 Geo. 3, cap. 87. 46 Geo. 3. cap. 137. and 48 Geo. 3. cap. 126.
Oil of, See Oil. Aloes, viz.
Socotorina, imported dire&ily from the Place of their Growth, the lb. not imported directly from the Place of their Growth, the lb.
of any other Sort, the lb. Alum, the cwt.
Plume, the lb.
Roch, the cwt.
Beads, See Beads.
fcribed, for every rool, of the
Value Ambergris, the oz. Ambra Liquida, the lb. Ammi Seed, See Seed. Ammoniacum, viz.
Gum, See Gum Ammoniacus.
Sal, See Sal Ammoniacus.
For the Conditions, Regulations, and
Restrictions under which Anchovies may be secured in Warehouses without Payment of Duty, See 43 Geo. 3. cap. 132. 45 Geo. 3. cap. 87.
46 Geo. 3. cap. 137. and 48 Geo. 3. Angelica, the lb. Anguiturz Cortex, See Cortex. Animi Gum, See Gum. Aniseed, See Seed.
Oil of, See Oil. Annotto, the cwt.
Crudum, the cwt.
Preparatum or Stibium, the lb. Apples, the Bushel
diied, the Bushel, Aquafortis, the cwt. Arabic Gum, See Gum. Arangoes, imported from Europe under
Licence for Exportation to Africa,
for every rool. of the Value For the Conditions, Regulations, and
Restrictions under which Arangoes may be so imported, See 5 Geo. 3.
See Bole Armoniac.
the Produce of any of the British
Plantations in America, and imported directly from thence,
the lb. Arsenic, the cwt. Alafætida, imported directly from the Place
of its Growth, the lb.
Place of its Growth, the lb.
Fechia, the cwt.
not imported in a British-built
America, and imported directly
from thence, the cwt. Soap, Weed, and Wood, the cwt. not otherwise enumerated or dę.
scribed, for every rool, of the
Value Asphaltus, the lb. Alles, each Aurentiorum Cortex, See Limonum in Cortex.
0 Auripigmentum, See Orpiment.
(See also 43 G. 3. 6. 68. & 41.] '
B. Baccæ Alkekengi, See Alkekengi Baccæ. Baçon or Hams, the cwt.
See the Note under the Head of Provisions.
Artificial, the lb.
Copaiva or Capivi, the lb.
Restrictions under which Balsam
the cwt. not imported in a British-built Ship,
the cwt. For the Conditions, Regulations, and Restrictions under which Barilla
may be secured in Warehouses without Payment of Duty, See 43 Geo. 3. cap. 132. 45 Geo. 3. cap. 87.
46 Geo. 3. cap. 137. and 43 Geo. 3. Bark, viz.
Jesuits, See Cortex Peruvianus. * Oak, the cwt. For the Conditions, Regulations, and Restrictions under which Oak Bark may be imported on Payment of this Duty, See 12 Geo. 3. cap. 5o. continued by subsequent Acts and by 44 Geo. 3.cap. 85. further continued for Seven Years, and from thence to the End of the then next Seffion of Parliament.