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Spirits, continued.
For every gallon of fingle brandy which Mall be imported into Great

Britain; to be paid by the importer before the landing thereof, four
shillings and three-pence.

4 3 For every gallon of brandy above proof which shall be imported into

Great Britain; to be paid by the importer before the landing there. of, eight shillings and one penny.

o 8.1 For every gallon of rum, spirits, or aqua vitæ, of the produce of the

British colonies or plantations, which shall be imported from beyond the seas into Great Britain; to be paid by the importer before the landing thereof, three shillings and seven-pence.

o 3 7 For every gallon of rum, spirits, or aqua vitæ above proof, of the pro

duce of the British colonies or plantations, which shall be imported from beyond the seas into Great Bricain; to be paid by the importer before the landing thereof, fix shillings and eight-pence.

o 6 8 For every gallon of single spirits, or aqua vitz (ocher than such brandy,

rum, spirits, or aqua vitæ as aforesaid) which shall be imported from beyond the seas into Great Britain ; to be paid by the importer before the landing thereof, four shillings and three-pence.

o 4 3 For every gallon of spirits, or aqua vitæ (other than such brandy, rum,

spirits, or aqua vitæ as aforesaid) above proof, which shall be im.
ported from beyond the seas into Great Britain; to be paid by the
importer before the landing thereof, eight shillings and one penny. o 8 1

S T A R CH.
For every pound weight avoirdupois of starch of what kind soever

which shall be made in Great Britain, and so in proportion for any
greater or lesser quantity; to be paid by the maker thereof, three
pence farthing.

0 0 3 S W E E T S. For every barrel of liquor which shall be made in Great Britain for fale, by infusion, fermentation, or otherwise, from fruit or sugar or from fruit or fogar mixt with any other ingredients or materials whatsoever, commonly called sweets or called or distinguished by the name of made wines, and so in proportion for a

reaier or lesser quantity; to be paid by the maker thereof, eighteen shillings and four-pence three farthings.

0 18 4 Τ Ε Α. For and upon all tea which mall be sold in Great Britain by the united company of merchants of England trading to the East Indies, seven pounds ten thillings per centum, to be computed upon the grofs prices at which such tea shall be sold ; to be paid by the purchaler or purchasers of such tea to the said united company, and to be paid by the said united company to the commissioners of excise for the time being

7 10 VERJU I CE. every hogshead of verjuice which shall be made in Great Britain for sale; to be paid by the maker thereof, and so in proportion for a greater or lesser quantity, seven shillings and eight-pence.

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V I N E G A R.
For every barrel of vinegar, vinegar beer, or liquors preparing for

vinegar, which shall be brewed or made in Great Britain for sale ;
to be paid by the maker thereof, and so in proportion for a greater
or leffer quantity, ten shillings and three farthings.

o 10 of W I N E. For every ton of French, Rhenish, German, or Hungary wine, which

shall be imported into Great Britain, and so in proportion for any greates or lesser quantity; to be paid by the importer thereof before the landing thereof, seventeen pounds seventeen shillings.

17 17 0 For every ton of all other wines which shall be imported into Great

Britain, and so in proportion for any greater or lesser quantity; to be paid by the importer thereof before the landing thereof, eleven pounds eighteen shillings.

1 18 0 W I RE. For every ounce troy of gilt wire which shall be made in Great Britain,

and fó in proportion for any greater or lefser quantity; to be paid by the maker thereof, nine-pence farthing.

Oo91 For every ounce troy of silver wire which mall be made in Great Bri

tain, and fo in proportion for any greater or leffer quantity; to be paid by the maker thereof, seven-pence.

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BREWERS.

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PO N every barrel of beer or ale above fix shillings the barrel (ex

clufive of the duty hereby imposed on such beer or ale, and not be-
ing beer or ale commonly called table beer, which shall be brewed
and made as aforesaid) which shall be brewed by the common brewer
or by any other person or persons who doth or shall sell or tap out
beer or ale

, publickly or privately, within the cities of London and
Weltminster or within the limits of the Weekly Bills of Mortality,
and returned by the gauger, and so in proportion for any greater or
lesser quantity, one filling and four-pence.
Upon every barrel of beer or ale above fix shillings the barrel (exclusive
of the duty hereby imposed on such beer or ale, not being two-penny
ale mentioned and described in the seventh article of the treaty of
pion, or such table beer) which shall be brewed by the common
brewer or by any other person or persons who doth or shall fell or
tap oat beer or ale, publickly or privately, in that part of Great
Britain called England not within the said cities of London and West-
minfer nor within the Weekly Bills of Mortality, and returned by
the

gauger, and so in proportion for any greater or lesser quantity,
one Thilling and eight-pence.

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ór Upon every barrel of beer or ale of fix thillings the barrel or under (exclusive of the duty hereby imposed on such beer or ale) which thall be brewed in that part of Great Britain called England by the common brewer or by any other person or persons who doth or shall fell or tap out beer or ale, publickly or privately, in that part of Great Britain called England, and returned by the gauger, and fo in proportion for any greater or lesser quantity, four-pence.

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Upon every barrel of beer or ale above fix shillings the barrel (exclusive
of the duty

hereby imposed thereon) which hall be brewed by the
common brewer or by any other person or persons who doth or shall
fell or tap out beer or ale, publickly or privately, in that part of
Great Britain called Scotland, and returned by the gauger, and so in
proportion for any greater or lesser quantity, ten-pence.
Upon every barrel of fix shillings beer or ale or under which shall be
brewed by the common brewer or any other person or persons who
doth or Niall sell or tap out beer or ále, publickly or privately, in
that part of Great Britain called Scotland, and returned by the gauger,
and to in proportion for any greater or leffer quantity, three-pence.
Upon every barrel of two-penny ale mentioned and described in the fe-
venth article of treaty of union which shall be brewed in that part of
Great Britain called Scotland, and returned by the gauger, and so in
proportion for any greater or lefser quantity, fixpence.

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M A L T.
For every quarter of malt which shall be made and locked up for ex-

portation, and exported according to the directions of an ad, made
in the twelfth year of the reign of King George the First concerning
malt made for exportation, three-pence.

P A P E R.
For any quantities of paper which shall be used in the printing any

books in the Latin, Greek, Oriental, or Northern languages, within
the two universities of Oxford and Cambridge or either of them, by
permifion of the vice-chancellors of the same respectively, the duties

of excise by this act imposed thereon. For any quantities of paper which shall be used in the printing any

book's in the Latin, Greek, Oriental, or Northern languages, within
the universities of Scotland or any of them, by permission of the
principals of the same respectively, the duties of excise by this act
imposed thereon.

SO A P.
For every pound weight avoirdupois of hard cake soap, or ball soap,

which thall be employed, spent, or consumed in Great Britain, in the
making any cloths, ierges, kerseys, bays, stockings, or other manu.
factures of sheep or lambs wool only, or manufactures whereof the
greateft part of the value of the materials shall be wool, or in the
Hnishing the said manufactures or preparing the wool for the same,
one penny halfpenny.

00 For every pound weight avoirdupois of soft soap, which shall be em

ployed, spent, or consumed in Great Britain, in the making any cloths, ferges, kerseys, bays, stockings, or other manufactures of sheep or lambs wool only, or manufactures whereof the greatest part of the value of the materials shall be wool, or in the finishing the said manufactures or preparing the wool for the fame, one penny and one

twelfth part of a penny. For every pound weight avoirdupois of hard cake foap, or ball soap,

which Mall be employed, spent, or consumed in Great Britain, in the whitening of new linen in the piece in order to the sale of such

linen, one penny farthing. For every pound weight avoirdupois of foft soap which shall be employ

ed, spent, or consumed in Great Britain, in the whitening of new

linen in the piece in order to the sale of such linen, three farthings. For every pound weight avoirdupois of soap which shall be made in

Great Britain, and be used and consumed in Great Britain on or
before the fifth day of July one thousand seven hundred and eighty.
eight in preparing and finishing any manufactures from flax or cot-
ton for sale (except such as shall be used in whitening new linen in
the piece in order to the sale thereof), three farthings.

STARCH.
For every pound weight avoirdupois of starch which shall be made in

Great Britain, and be used and consumed in Great Britain on or be.
fore the fifth day of July one thousand seven hundred and eighty.
eight in preparing and finishing any manufactures from flax or cotron

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Starch, continued.

for sale (except such starch as shall be used and consumed in finishing new linen in the piece for sale as herein-after mentioned), one penny

halfpenny. For every pound weight avoirdupois of starch which shall be made in

Great Britain, and be used and consumed in Great Britain in finishing new linen in the piece for sale, three-pence.

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GOR every barrel of beer or ale above fix shillings the barrel, ex-£. fi de clafive of the duty hereby imposed on such beer or ale, which shall be proved to have been brewed in Great Britain from malted corn, and whereupon the duties for strong beer or ale shall be proved to have been charged or paid, and which shall be exported to foreign parts as merchandize, when barley is at twenty-four fhillings per quarter or under, one shilling.

o io For every ton of spirits drawn or made in Great Britain from corn, ander, subject, and according to the rules, regulations, restrictions, and provisions, contained and provided in and by an act of parliament

, made in the second year of the reign of his present Majesty, for the better regulating and encouraging the exportation of British made fpirits and for securing the payment of the duties upon spirituous liquors, or any other act or acts of parliament now in force concercing British spirits made or drawn from corn for exportation, which hall be exported to foreign parts as merchandize, three pounds twelve thillings

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