|Author:||Scotland. Commissioners of Excise.|
|Title:||Rules, orders and instructions, made and published by the commissioners of customs and excize in Scotland, to be observed by the several officers conjunctly of both, in relation as well to customs as excize of forreign goods upon importation or sale.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Rules, orders and instructions, made and published by the commissioners of customs and excize in Scotland, to be observed by the several officers conjunctly of both, in relation as well to customs as excize of forreign goods upon importation or sale.
Scotland. Commissioners of Excise.
Edinburgh: printed by Christopher Higgins, in Harts-Close, over against the Trone-Church, 1656.
|Alternate titles:||Rules, etc.|
Scotland. Commissioners of Customs.
Reproduction of the original at the British Library.
Scotland. -- Commissioners of Excise -- Rules and practice -- Early works to 1800.
Scotland. -- Commissioners of Customs -- Rules and practice -- Early works to 1800.
BY THE COMMISSIONERS OF CUSTOMS and EXCIZE In SCOTLAND.
INSTRUCTIONS, For the severall COLLECTORS of CUSTOMS in the Ports of SCOTLAND, as to Goods Inward and Outwards, from, or for beyond the Seas.
INSTRUCTIONS for the COLLECTORS as to the Coast-Businesse.
INSTRUCTIONS For the COLLECTORS, in le∣vying of SUBSIDY and CUSTOMS.
INSTRUCTIONS, For the COLLECTORS or Sub-Commissioners for EXCIZE of For∣reign Goods upon Importation, or Sale, respectively.
INSTRUCTIONS To the COLLECTORLS, or SUB-COMMISSIONERS of EXCIZE, as to Goods Outwards for be∣yond the Seas.
INSTRUCTIONS for the COLLECTORS or Sub-Commissioners of Excize, as to Goods sent to, or from the Coast.
INSTRUCTIONS to the COLLECTORS or Sub-Commissioners, aswell for their Ac∣compting with Merchants, as other∣wise, generally relating to the busi∣nesse of Excize and Customs.
INSTRUCTIONS For the Chief Searcher in the Port of Leith, &c.
INSTRUCTIONS For the WAITERS.
DIRECTIONS TOUCHING SEIZƲRES or DEMISES, as to CUSTOMS and EX∣CIZE conjunctly.
INSTRUCTIONS To the COLLECTORS of Customs and Excize conjunctly, touching their Moneys and Accompts.
A COLLECTION Of the severall Fines, Penalties and Forfeitures set and imposed, in relati∣on to Customs and Excize respectively, by the severall and respective Laws of SCOT¦LAND and ENGLAND, now also in force in SCOTLAND, by the Union of both NATIONS.
By the Laws of SCOTLAND.
By the Laws of ENGLAND.
By the LAWS made and ordained touching Excize, or New-Impost.