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" ... the said United States of America, may (until further order) be imported directly from thence into any of the ports of this kingdom, either in British or American ships, by British subjects, or by any of the people inhabiting in and belonging to the... "
Recueil des traités d'alliance, de paix, de trêve ...: et plusieurs autres ... - Page 611
edited by - 1826
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The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer, Volumes 2-3

English essays - 1784
...States privilege, to correct abules in the reprefenlacion. •f America, may (until further order) be imported directly from thence into any of the ports of this kingdom, cither in Britifh or American (hips, by Bruilh fubjecls, or by any of the people inhabiting in the...
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A Report of the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council, Appointed for All ...

Great Britain. Board of Trade - 1791 - 117 pages
...law, being the growth or production of any of the territories of the United States of America, may be imported directly from thence into any of the Ports of this kingdom, not only in Britifh (hips, owned by Your Majefty's fubjects, and navigated according to law, but alfo...
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A History of the Law of Shipping and Navigation

John Reeves - Electronic books - 1792 - 547 pages
...the growth or production of any ofthe ter-r ritories of the United States of America, which fhall bo imported directly from thence into any of the ports...importer paying down, in ready money, the duty of eightpence the hundred weight, being part of the duties now payable upon the importation of rice, be...
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Collection of Interesting and Important Reports and Papers on the Navigation ...

Society of Ship-Owners of Great Britain, Nathaniel Atcheson, Charles Jenkinson Earl of Liverpool, Great Britain. Board of Trade - Exports - 1807 - 154 pages
...bowfprits, being the growth or production of any of the territories of the United States of America, may be imported directly from thence into any of the ports of this kingdom, upon payment of the fame duties, as the like forts of goods are or may be fubject to, if imported from...
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Canada: Or, A View of the Importance of the British American Colonies

David Anderson (of London.) - Canada - 1814 - 355 pages
...republican flag to cover property from every sort of scrutiny as to its origin. States of America, may be imported directly from thence into any of the ports of this kingdom, upon payment of the same duties, as the like sorts of goods are or may be subject to, if imported from...
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A Statistical View of the Commerce of the United States of America: Its ...

Timothy Pitkin - United States - 1816 - 407 pages
...bowsprits, being the growth or produce of any of the United States of America, may (until further order) be imported directly from thence, into any of the ports of this kingdom, either in British or American ships, by British subjects, or by any of the people inhabiting in, and...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Benjamin Franklin...: Correspondence

Benjamin Franklin - 1818
...production of any of the territories of the said United States of America, may (until further order) be imported directly from thence into any of the ports of this kingdom, either in British or American ships, by British subjects, or by any of the people inhabiting in and...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of B.F. ...

Benjamin Franklin - 1818 - 450 pages
...production of any of the territories of the said United States of America, may (until further order) be imported directly from thence into any of the ports of this kingdom, either in British or American ships, by British subjects, or by any of the people inhabiting in and...
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The Private Correspondence of Benjamin Franklin ...: pt.III. Letters ...

Benjamin Franklin - 1818
...production of any of the territories of the said United States of America, may (until further order) be imported directly from thence into any of the ports of this kingdom, either iu British or American ships, by British subjects, or by any of the people inhabiting in and...
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The Congressional Globe

United States. Congress - United States - 1851
...be imported directly from thence into any of the ports of Great Britain, in manner before mentioned, may, upon the importer paying down, in ready money,...now payable on the importation of rice, be landed and warehoused, except as hereinafter provided, under the joint lock? of His Majesty and the importer,...
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