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legal Effect, the same shall be made public by the Advertisement at the Custom thereof twice in the London Gazette in Two succeeding Weeks, Houses in and by affixing Copies thereof to some conspicuous Place or'Places London and

Gravesend. in the Coal Market and Custom House in the City of London, and in the Custom House at Gravesend, and in such other Manner as to the said Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons, in Common Council assembled, shall seem fit.

XIV. And be it enacted, That the Costs, Charges, and Expences Expences of incident to and incurred in obtaining and passing this Act shall this Act how be paid and discharged by and out of the Money received or to to be paid. be received in respect of the Duty or Sum of One Penny per Ton, made payable by the said Act of the First and Second Years of the Reign of King William the Fourth.

XV. And be it enacted, That where in this Act the Word Meaning of the “ Exportation " is used the same shall be understood to mean the Word ExporConveyance of Coal from the Port of London in any Ship or

tation." Vessel below Gravesend beyond the Limits of the Port of London, unless it be otherwise specially provided, or there be something in the Subject or Context repugnant to such Construction.

XVI. And be it enacted, That this Act shall be deemed to be a Public Act. Public Act, and shall be judicially taken notice of as such by all Judges, Justices, and others.

The SCHEDULES to which the foregoing Act refers.

SCHEDULE (A.) Mr. A.B. [here insert the Name of the Buyer], take notice, That you are to receive herewith [here insert the Number] Tons [here insert the Name of the Coal, if any particular Sort is ordered or contracted for, and if ordered or contracted for as Wall's End, specify the Name of the Colliery] Coals in [here insert the Number] Sacks, containing [here insert the Weight] Pounds of Coal in each Sack. (Signed) C.D. [here insert the Name or Names of the Seller

or Sellers in Words at full Length.] E.F. [here insert the Name of the Carman in Words

at full Length.] It is directed that with any Quantity of Coals exceeding Five hundred and sixty Pounds, a Paper or Ticket describing the Quantity, and if any particular Sort is ordered or contracted for, the Sort of the Coals sent by the Seller, shall be delivered to the Purchaser, or his Agent or Servant, before any Part of such Coals shall be unloaded ; that a Weighing Machine or proper Scales and Weights shall be carried with every Waggon, Cart, or other Carriage, and the Carman is required to weigh gratuitously any Sack or Sacks of Coals which shall be chosen by the Purchaser or his Agent or Servant; and if any Carman refuses to weigh such Sack or Sacks of Coals as aforesaid, or drives away the Waggon, Cart, or other Carriage before the Coals are weighed, or otherwise obstructs the weighing thereof, he is liable to a Penalty not exceeding Twenty Pounds; also, that a proper Machine or proper Scales and Weights for weighing Coals shall be kept at every Watch-house or Police Station, and at any other

Place

Place appointed for that Purpose by Two or more of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace.

Day of

SCHEDULE (B.)
I A.B. of

do solemnly and sincerely declare, That the Schedule hereunder written and signed by me contains a true Account and Particular of all the Coals vended and shipped by me [and C.D. of

, my Partner, as the Case may be] for Delivery in the Port of London, from the Day of

to the both inclusive; and I make this solemn Declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true, and by virtue of the Provisions of an Act passed in the Sixth Year of the Reign of King William the Fourth, intituled An Act to repeal an Act of the present Session of Parliament, intituled · An Act for the more effectual Abolition

of Oaths and Affirmations taken and made in various Departments of the State, and to substitute Declarations in lieu thereof, and for the more entire Suppression of voluntary and extra-judicial Oaths ' and Affidavits ;' and to make other Provisions for the Abolition of unnecessary Oaths.

(Signed) A.B.

Day of the Month and Year of

Lading.

Ship's
Name.

Master's
Name,

Quantity Name of Price
of Tons. Colliery, paid.

Certificate sent by Post or

delivered to the Master.

SCHEDULE (C.)

(No. 1.) I HEREBY give you Notice of my Intention of transhipping from on board the Ship [here insert the Name] of [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Ship belongs], G.H, Master, [here

Day of

Day of

insert the Number] Tons of [here insert the Name] Coals for Exportation; and that A.B., Coal-weigher, is appointed to superintend such Transhipment. Dated this

One thousand eight hundred and

(Signed) C.D. To Mr. E.F., Clerk and Registrar of the Coal Market.

(No. 2.) Mr. C.D. having given me Notice that he intends to tranship from the Ship [here insert the Name] of [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Ship belongs], G.7. Master, [here insert the Number] Tons of [here insert the Name] Coals for Exportation, and that you are appointed to weigh or superintend the Delivery of the same, I do hereby give you Notice, that I shall require, before I can allow the Claim for Drawback, a Certificate from you of such Transhipment (and if the same be done by means of Barges, the Certificate must contain the Names of the Barges and Lightermen employed, and the Number of Tons put into each Barge). Dated this

One thousand eight hundred and (Signed)

E.F., Clerk and Registrar of the Coal

Market.
To Mr. A.B., Coal-weigher.

(No. 3.) I HEREBY certify, That [here insert the Number of Tons, or the whole Cargo, as the Case may be] of [here insert the Name] Coals have been weighed or delivered out of the Ship [here insert the Name] of [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Ship belongs], to be transhipped [or delivered by the Means of Barges, as the Case may be]. Witness my Hand this Day of One thousand eight hundred and

(Signed)

G.H., Master of the
To Mr. E.F.,
Clerk and Registrar of the Coal Market.

(No. 4.) I HEREBY certify, That (here insert the Number] Tons of (here insert the Name] Coals have been received from the Ship [here insert the Name] of [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Ship belongs], on board of the Ship [here insert the Name], of [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Ship belongs], for Exportation to [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Coals are to be exported or to which the Ship is bound]. Witness

Day of

One thousand eight hundred and

(Sigued) J.K., Master of the
To Mr. E.F.,
Clerk and Registrar of the Coal Market.

(No. 5.) I HEREBY certify, That [here insert the Number] Tons of (here insert the Name] Coals were this Day weighed or delivered out of the Ship [here insert the Name] of [here insert the Name of the

Place

my Hand this

Place to which the Ship belongs], to be transhipped [or delivered by the Means of Barges, as the Case may be] for Exportation, and that the same were put on board the following Barges [here insert the Names of the Barges and Lightermen employed]. Witness my Hand this Day of

One thousand eight hundred and

(Signed) A.B., Coal-weigher. To Mr. E.F.,

Clerk and Registrar of the Coal Market.

(No 6.) I HEREBY certify, That the Sum of Pounds Shillings and

pence may be paid to C.D. for the Drawback on [here insert the Number] Tons of [here insert the Name] Coals, out of the Ship [here insert the Name] of [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Ship belongs], shipped for Exportation on board the Ship [here insert the Name] for [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Coals are to be exported or to which the Ship is bound]. Witness my Hand this One thousand eight hundred and

(Signed) E.F.,

Clerk and Registrar of the Coal Market. To L.M.,

Chamberlain, Guildhall, London.

Day of

(No. 7.) I HEREBY certify, That the Sum of Pounds Shillings and pence may be paid to C.D. for the Drawback on [here insert the Number] Tons of [here insert the Name] Coals remaining in the Ship [here insert the Name] of [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Ship belongs], and again exported on board such Ship. Witness my Hand this

Day of One thousand eight hundred and

(Signed)

E.F.,
Clerk and Registrar of the Coal Market.
To L.M.,

Chamberlain, Guildhall, London.

SCHEDULE (D.)

(No. 1.) WHEREAS I delivered or caused to be delivered into the Office of the Clerk of the Coal Market the Certificate of [here insert from the Certificate the Name of the Fitter, the Place and the Date of the Certificate, the Name of the Ship or Vessel and of the Place to which she belongs, and the Name of the Master, and also the Number of Tons and the Description of the Coals on board the Ship or Vessel], with which the said Ship or Vessel arrived in the Port of London on the [here insert the Date]: I do hereby give you Notice that I intend to proceed with the said Ship or Vessel to [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Ship or Vessel is to proceed], without discharging any Part of the said Cargo in the Port of London; and I request to be relieved from the City Dues of One Shilling

and

and One Penny per Ton, agreeably to the Act of the First and Second Years of the Reign of Queen Victoria, Chapter Dated this

Day of One thousand eight hundred and

(Signed) I.K., Master of the To Mr. E.F., Clerk and Registrar of the Coal Market.

(No. 2.) Having received Notice from [here insert the Name] Master of the Ship or Vessel called the [here insert the Name] of [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Ship or Vessel belongs ], laden with [here insert the Number] Tons of [here insert the Name] Coals, that he intends proceeding with the said Ship or Vessel to [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Vessel is to proceed], without discharging any Part of the said Coals in the Port of London, and requesting, by virtue of the Act of the First and Second Years of the Reign of Queen Victoria, Chapter to be relieved from the Payment of the City Dues thereon, I do hereby, agreeably to the said Act, permit the said Vessel to depart from this Port for [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Vessel is to proceed], without paying the City Dues on the said Coals, provided that no Part is unladen within the Limits of the City of London, and that a Certificate is produced to me from the Clearing Officer of Her Majesty's Customs that the said Ship or Vessel has so departed for [here insert the Name of the Place to which the Vessel is to proceed, as aforesaid]. Dated this Day of One thousand eight hundred and

(Signed)

Clerk and Registrar of the Coal Market. To the Master or Owner of the Ship

Cap.cii. An Act for forming and establishing “ The Colonial Patent Sugar

Company,” and to enable the said Company to purchase certain Letters Patent.

[14th August 1838.]

E.F.,

1 & 2 Vict.

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