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finners of Excise, owing to any Default or Negligence in such Distiller or his Servants, with the Consent and that all such Worts, Wash, or Pot Ale were a&ually diftilled at ahate the Charge the Expiration of Nine Days, including the Day of brewing and of Duty.

the Day of distilling thereof, it shall be lawful for the said Commis. fioners, by and with the Consent and Approbation of the Commis. fioners for executing the Office of Lord High Treafurer, to remit, abate, or rei'uce any Charge of Double Duty which may have been made upon such Distiller in respect of such Worts, Wah, or Pot Ale not having been diltilled at the Expiration of Six Days as aforefaid ; any Thing in the said recited Ad to the contrary notwith

flanding Notice of such XXXI. Provided always, and be it ena&ed, That whenever any Accident fhall

such Accident by the burning or bursting of a Still shall take place be even by the whereby any Distiller shall be prevented from the distilling any Worts, Diftillers to the Officers, Sur

Wash, or Pot Ale, withio such Period of Six Days, such Difiller ve vor, Collector shall within Six Hours after such Accident, give Notice of such and Commif. Accident to the Officer of Excise in charge of the Distillery of funers. such Diftilier, and shall within Twenty.four Hours next after such

Accident give and transmit Notice thereof to the Surveyor of the Survey and Collector of Excise, of the District in which such Diftdlery is situate, and to the Commissioners of Inland Excise and Taxes, and in case of Neglect or Failure in the giving or tranfmitting of such Notices as aforesaid, or any of them, such Diftiller fall not be entitled to any Remiffion, Abatement or Reduction of Duty on account of fuch Accident, any Thing herein-before contained to the contrary

not withstanding. Inhabitants of XXXII. And be it enacted, That in all Trials on Informations Townlands de

which may be traverfed under this or the faid recited A&ts, no clared compe1ont Witnefses.

Inhabitant of a Parish, Townland, Manor or Lordship shall be deemed
an incompetent Witness on account of his being, or being supposed 10
be intereited as an Inhabitant in the Event of such Trial.
“ Powers of former Aas extended to this A&. § 33. AA may be
" altered this Sullion. $ 34.

TABLE referred to by this Act.
NUMBER of Charges of Singlings or Low Wines, for the

Quantity of Spirits produceable wherefrom every Distiller
in Ireland shall be chargeable with Duty within a Period
of Four Weeks or Twenty-eight Days in respect of every
Still of such Distiller, being of the several Contents following ;

that is to say, CONTents of the Still.

NUMBER OF CHARGES. 3000 Gallons and upwards

58 Under 3003 Gallons and oot less than 2750 Gallons 60 2750

2500

62 2500

2250
2250
2000

1750
1750

1500 1500

1250

2000

64 67 69

72

76

82

100

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CONTENTS of the STILL.

NUMBER of CHARCES. 1250 Gallons and upwards 1000 Under 1030 Gallons and not less than 750 Gallons 95 750

503 500

400

115 400

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129 300

200

144 20

190

160 190

180

168 180

170

176 170

160

184 160

192 150

140

200 140

130

203 130

120

216 120

IIO

224 IIO

100

232 go

240 90

80

250 80

70

260 70

60

275 co

50

280

150

100

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CA P. C. An Act to amend the several Acts for securing the Collection of the Duties on Auctions in Ireland. [15th June 1809.)

HEREAS by an Ad made in the laft Sefion of Parliaseventh rear of His present Majesty's Reign, for securing the Collection § 6. of the Duties on Auðlions in Ireland ; it is among other Things pro, • vided and enacted, That upon any Sale by Auction of any. Eftate, • Goods, or Effets, seized for the Benefit of any Creditor in Execu• tion of ang Judgment by any Sheriff or Sheriffs, or Person employed

by him or them, the Sheriff or Sheriffs, under whose Authority • srich Sale Mall be made, shall be liable to and fall be charged and

chargeable with the full Auction Duty on all Goods and Effe&s sold • at such Sale, and that a Return or Account of such Sale, and Pay• ment of the Duty thereon, shall be made by or on the Part of such • Sheriff : And whereas it is expedient that no Auction Duty should • be paid or such Sales;' Be it therefore enacted by the King's most Excellent Majefy, by and with the Advice and Confent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That after the Expira- Sale by Auction tion of Ten Days after the pafling of this Act, in case the Sheriff of Estates or under whose Authority any such Sale hall be made, or bis Under. Effects taken in

Execution exSheriff, Mall certify at the foot of the Return or Account of such Sale, that all the Estate, Goods, and Effects, in such Account

empt frow Duty,

on Certificate of spesified, were really the Property of the Perfon against whom such the Sheriff, as Judgment was had and obtained, and that the same and every Part required by chereof were actually seized in Execution of the same Judgment, in 47 G. 3. ft. 1. Dd 2

c17.

Manner c. 17.9 22.

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Manner directed and contained in an A& made in the Forty-seventh
Year of His present Majefty's Reign, intituled, An A& to secure the
Collection of the Duties on Auctions in Ireland, and to prevent Frauds
therein, such Certificate shall be a fufficient Authority to the Exami.
nator of Au&tion Duty in Dublin, or to the Collector of Excise of
the District, as the Case may be, to discharge the said Sheriff from
all Duty on the Sale of such Goods by Auction, without any Payment
of any such Duty, any Thing in the said recited Act of the last
S.llion of Parliament to the contrary in anywise notwithstanding.

CAP. CI.
An Act to regulate the Fees payable by Persons charged with

Treason, Felony, and all other Offences, at Allizes and
Quarter Sessions in Ireland ; and for amending an Act of the
Parliament of Ireland, made in the Thirty-sixth Year of His
present Majesty, relating thereto. (15th June 1809.)

HEREAS great Inconvenience results from the Uncertainty

and Difference in the several Counties of Ireland, as to the • Rates of Fees payable on Criminal Prosecutions, and the feveral • other Matters relating thereto, before the Judges of Aflize and the • Chairman and other Juftices at Seffions, and great Mifehief has • arisen for want of the same being regulated and duly ascertained : 1 And whereas great Benefit would accrue from the due Regulation • thereof ;' Be it therefore enacted, by the King's moft Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual

and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, Fece thall be

and by the Authority of the fame, That no other or higber Fees thap payable on

those enumerated in the Schedule herein-after set forth, fhall henceCriminal Profe- forward be payable on Criminal Prosecutions, or any other Matter or entions accord- Thing relating thereto, in any County, County of a City, County of ing 10 the

a Town, or other Place in that Part of the United Kingdom of Great following Table.

Britain and Ireland called Ireland, to any of the Officers therein mentioned; that is to say:

£. s. d. To the Clerk of the Crown, or his Deputy, for each

Person that shall be indicted and tried for High
Treason

2 13 4
To the faine, for each person that shall be indicted and
tried for Petty Treason or Murder

I 13 4
To the same, for each person that shall be indicted and

tried for Felony or other Offence
To the fame, for each person whose Trial shall be

postponed to a subsequent Aflizes, or other Time for
opening and holding a fresh Commission of Aflizes or
Oyer and Terminer, Half the Fees that he is hereby
entitled to charge on the foregoing Offences; and in
case the Perfon charged by the Indictment shall post-
pone his Trial, he is to pay the fame himself; aid in
case the Trial shall be postponed by the Crown or
Prosecutor, then the said Half Fees are to be pre-
sented off the County at large, in the fame Manner
that the Fees of the Prisoners acquitted are made
payable as hereafter mentioned.

T.

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To the fame, for each person that shall be ordered to

enter into Recognizance, whether to attend ac a subsequeni Affizes or Commission, or to be of the Peace and good Behaviour To the fame, on receiving every Burning, Houghing, Maiming, or other Pétition

With a further Fee of Six Shillings in case he

shall be required to draw and prepare the

samé. To the fame, for filing every Affidavit that shall be

sworn in relation to Criminal Business To the same, for making out and attefting every Copy

of such Affidavit To the same, for every Crown Summons in which the

Parties may insert the Names of Four Witnesses, requiring their Attendance to give Evidence on any

of the Matters relating to Criminal Profecution To the same, for every Bench Warrant or Crown

Capias, in which the Names of all the Persons charged in the Indi&tment, that have not appeared or been

tried Mall be inferted To the same, for every Certificate that may be required

of him in relation to Crown Business To the same, for the Copy of the Entry of each In.

di&ment which he is by Law authorized to furnish To the same, for each Copy of an Examination which

he is by Law authorized to furnish To the same, for the Copy of each Indi&ment that he

is by Law authorized to furnish To the fame, for every Search he is required to make

among his Records in relation in Crown Bufiness To the Clerk of the Peace or his Deputy, for each

Person that shall be indicted and tried at the General
Seffions, or any Adjournment thercof, whether for

Felony or other Offence
To the same, for each Person whose Trial shall be
poftponed
The same to be paid by the Perfon charged in

ita Ludictment, if be postpones his Trial ;
and if the Court or Prolecutor poftponed the
Trial, to be paid by Prefentment, in like

Moner as the Fees of Persons acquitted
To the fames for cach Perfon that shall be ordered to

enter into Recognizance, whether for good Behaviour

or otherwise To the fame, for filing every Affidavit that shall be

sworn in relation to Crown Bufiness To the fame, for making out a Copy, and attefting

every such Affidavit
To the fame, for every Crown Summons in which the

Parties may insert the Names of Four Witnesses
To the same, for every Bench Warrant in which the

Names of all the Parties named in the Indiament,

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that have not appeared or stood their Trials, are to

be inserted
To the same, for every Certificate in relation to Crown

Bufiness only
To the same, for every Copy of an Indi&tment
To the same, for every Copy of the Entry of such In.

dictinent in Crown Book
To the same, for every Copy of an Examination
Yo the same, for every Search he shall be required to

make among it his Records in relation to Crown

Business
To the Sheriff or Under Sheriff, for each Person that

shall be indicted aod tried at either Aflizes or

Sessions
To the tame, for each Person whose Trial shall be poft.

poned, payable under the same Terms as before
mentioned, relative to Clerks of the Crown and Peace,

and their Deputies
To the Gaoler for each person that shall be indicted and

tried at either Aflizes or Sessions
To the same, for each Person whose Trial shall be pott-

poned, payable as before mentioned with respect to
Clerks of the Crown, and the other Officers before

mentioned
To the same, for the Copy of each Committal and

Search
To the Crier attending Allizes or Sessions, for cach

Person that shall be indicted and tried
For each Person whose Trial shall be postponed, payable

as before mentioned, with respect to the other

Officers
To the fame, for every Recognizance that shall be en-

tered into at Affizes or Seffions, and the Affidavits

annexed thereto
To the same, for every other Affidavit that shall be sworn

in Court relating to Crown Bufiness

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Penalty on taking

II. And be it further ena&ted, That if any Clerk of the Crown, higher Fces, lol. Clerk of the Peace, or any of their Deputies, Sheriff or Under She

riff, Gaoler or Under Gaoler, or Turnkey, or Crier at Affizes or Sessions, or other Person acting under them, or any of them, shall demand, take, or accept, any other or higher Fee than the Sum or Sums ftated and set forth in the foregoing Schedule, for the several Matters and Things therein contained and specified, or for or on ac. count of any other Matter or Tbing whatsoever relating thereto, each and every such Person fo offending shall for each and every such Offence forfeit the Sum of Ten Pound Sterling, to be recovered in any of His Majesty's Courts of Record in Dublin, by Action of Debt, Bil, or Plaint, in which no Eftoigo, Protection, or Wager of Law, or more than one Imparlance, shall be allowed, or by Civil Bill, to be heard and determined by the Affitant Barristers at the Seffions of the Peace in such Counties aa the said Offences shall be com. mitted.

III. And

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