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Page 63 - ARTICLES OF FOREIGN MANUFACTURE, and any packages of such articles, bearing any names, brands, or marks, being or purporting to be the names, brands, or marks of manufacturers resident in the United Kingdom...
Page 61 - Hydrometer, and so in proportion for any greater or less Strength than the Strength of Proof, and for any greater or less Quantity than a Gallon, viz.
Page 63 - Indecent or obscene prints, paintings, books, cards, lithographic or other engravings or any other indecent or obscene articles.
Page 70 - Quakers, that the estate and effects of the deceased for or in respect of which the probate or letters of administration is or are to be granted, exclusive of what the deceased shall have been possessed of or...
Page 61 - And for every degree of strength beyond the highest above specified, an additional duty of threepence per gallon.
Page 80 - The above fares to be paid according to distance or time at the option of the hirer, to be expressed at the commencement of the hiring ; if not otherwise expressed the fare to be paid according to distance.
Page 63 - Parts of articles ; viz. •> : Any distinct or separate part of any article not accompanied by the other part or all the other parts of such article, so as to be complete and perfect, if such article be subject to duty, according to the value thereof.
Page 57 - In addition to all kinds of printed, engraved, or lithographed matter, legal and commercial documents, and music in manuscript may be sent as a book-packet. Proofs of printing or of music may bear correction with a pen, and may have manuscript annexed to them. Circulars, &c., may bear the signature of the sender, his trade or profession, place of residence, and a date. A book may have a dedication or complimentary inscription in manuscript, and printed and lithographed stock or share lists, prices-current,...
Page 85 - Hundred weight (cwt.) 20 Cwt. = 1 Ton This weight is used in almost all commercial transactions, and in all the common dealings of life. By an act of parliament passed the 5th of October, 1831, and which came into effect on the 1st of January, 1832, it is directed that all coals, cinders, and culm, sold from and out of any ship or vessel in the port of London; or at any place within the cities of London...
Page 63 - Other spirits (not being cordials or perfumed or medicinal spirits) unless in ships of thirty tons burden at least, and in casks or other vessels capable of containing liquids, each of such casks or other vessels being of the...

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