|Title:||An Act for settling the subsidy of poundage, and granting a subsidy of tunnage: And other sums of money, unto His royal Majesty, his heirs and successors: the same to be paid upon merchandizes imported and exported into or out of the kingdom of Ireland, according to a book of rates hereunto annexed.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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An Act for settling the subsidy of poundage, and granting a subsidy of tunnage: And other sums of money, unto His royal Majesty, his heirs and successors: the same to be paid upon merchandizes imported and exported into or out of the kingdom of Ireland, according to a book of rates hereunto annexed.
Dublin: printed by Benjamin Tooke, printer to the Kings most excellent Majesty, for Samuel Dancer bookseller in Castle-street, 1669.
|Alternate titles:||Public General Acts. 1662-1663. 14 & 15 Cha.II.c.9|
Tariff -- Ireland
Exports -- Ireland
Imports -- Ireland
AN ACT For settling the Subsidie of Poun∣dage, and granting a Subsidie of Tunnage, and other sums of Money unto his Royal Maje∣sty, his Heirs and Successors: the same to be paid upon Mer∣chandizes Imported & Expor∣ted into or out of the Kingdom of IRELAND, according to a BOOK OF RATES hereun∣to annexed.
THE RATES OF MERCHANDIZES:
table of import rates
table of export rates
Certain Rules, Orders, and Directions for the Advancement of Trade, and encou∣ragement of Merchants, as also for Re∣gulating as well of the Merchants in ma∣king of due Entries, and just payments of their customs: as of the Officers in all the Ports of this Realm, in the Re∣ceipts of their several Fees, and in the faithfull management of their duties and trusts.
table of fees
table of fees