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An Act for settling the subsidy of poundage, and granting a subsidy of tunnage

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

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Published by printed by Benjamin Tooke, printer to the Kings most excellent Majesty, for Samuel Dancer bookseller in Castle-street in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tariff -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800,
  • Exports -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800,
  • Imports -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRates of merchandizes, Certain rules, order, and directions for the advancement of trade
    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2406:7a
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination35, [1], 99, [41] p
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15434536M

    Monopoly Act. Subsidy Act provides the King with three subsidies but Parliament stipulates that this money should only be used for defence and assistance to the Dutch. Impeachment of Cranfield, Earl of Middlesex. Death of James I. Accession of Charles I. Subsidies . (D) Tunnage and Poundage Act () A subsidy granted to the king of tunnage, poundage, and other sums of money payable upon merchandise exported and imported.

    Whereas in an act passed in the late Parliament, intituled, an Act for Setling the Subsidy of Poundage, and Granting a Subsidy of Tunnage, and other sums of money, unto His Royal Majestie. Tunnage & poundage. Right to raise revenue from imports & exports for the whole reign already tried to get the money from parliament & subsidy still being collected- non-parliamentary tax to appeal to people's patriotism- seen as a forced loan- back tracked request voluntary contribution from selected tax payers 21st Aug

      The wind tycoon, the donations to Labour and £36m in subsidies Dale Vince’s company, Ecotricity, has given £, to the Labour party – of whose energy policies it has been a . Passage of the Navigation Act act was immediately followed by the Customs Act (12 Cha. 2 c. 19), which established how the customs duties would be collected by the government, as well as for subsidies (tunnage and poundage) for royal expenses. These acts of revenue, previously established under the Commonwealth, were similarly.


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An Act for settling the subsidy of poundage, and granting a subsidy of tunnage Download PDF EPUB FB2

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.

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.

BHO Chicago MLA. 'William III, An Act for granting to His Majesty a further Subsidy of Tunnage and Poundage towards raiseing the Yearly Su [m]m of Seven hundred thousand Pounds for the Service of His Maj [es]ties. Household & other Uses therein menc [i]oned dureing His Majesties Life.

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.

William and Mary, An Act for granting to their Majesties a Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage and other summs of money payable upon Merchandizes exported and imported [Chapter I Rot.

Parl. 1.] Pages This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. And whereas by an Act made in the Twelfth Yeare of the late King Charles the Second intituled A Subsidy granted to the King of Tunnage and Poundage and other Su[m]ms of Money payable upon Merchandizes exported & imported which Act is to have Continuance until the First Day of August One thousand seven hundred and six it is provided That all Drugs imported directly from the Place of their.

An Act for granting Aid to His Majesty by a Land Tax for the Service of the Year ; and for indemnifying Persons who have acted as Commissioners of the Land Tax, by virtue of Estates of or above a certain Value ; and for limiting a Time within which Suits and Prosecutions shall be commenced, with respect to the Qualifications of Persons who shall act as Commissioners.

pgs princeton review book. STUDY. PLAY. Tonnage was a fixed subsidy on each tun (cask) of wine imported, and poundage was an proportional tax on all imported and exported goods. which country was charles commited fighting against.

the spanish. act of settlement Having been named on 29 June to help consider a petition complaining about the new imposition on imported wine, on 5 July he addressed the government’s claim that the collection of the pretermitted custom on cloth was permitted under the terms of the Act granting Tunnage and Poundage to James I.

16 December Ordinance for establishing the subsidy of Tunnage and Poundage and the Book of Rates from the 26th March,to 26 March 11 July Act settling the Militia of the Commonwealth of England. intituled An Act for Probate of Wills and granting Administrations.

Ordinance for establishing the subsidy of Tunnage and Poundage and the Book of Rates from the 26th March,to 26th March, [L.J., ix., –9; Scobell, i.,but not there printed.] Printed, Vol.

i., p. 17 December, Ordinance for the relief and employment of the poor, and the punishment of vagrants and other disorderly.

The Commissioners for settling the forfeited estates having granted Ballymorris and Cratloemoyle to Sir Henry Ingoldsby, under the Act of Settlement, claim was made to them, by John MacNamara, the ancient owner, and his right to them was confirmed by Decree of the Court of.

No (saith he) we shall think of some other course’ Later he moved for a grant of two or three subsidies (11 July) and he was named to the committee to consider the Commons’ response to the Lords on supply (17 July) He also spoke in favour of the salt marshes bill which concerned drainage in Norfolk and Suffolk and was appointed to the.

The Commons’ enthusiasm, however, did not run to a vote of any direct tax and (even after a prolongation of Parliament beyond Christmas) all that Russell could offer the Protector on the last day of the final session (28 Feb. ) was an extension of the wool subsidy and of tunnage and poundage levied on aliens as granted by the previous.

[Anno 9&10, p]. For Granting to His Majesty a further Subsidy of Tunnage and Poundage, towards Raising the Yearly Sum of Seven hundred thousand Pounds for the Service of His Majesties Household during His Majesties Life.

$ On 4 Apr. he proposed that five subsidies were needed because, as Sir Edward Coke had observed, the value of each subsidy had fallen from £72, to £66, The Commons agreed with this suggestion, but on 21 June the case for such a large grant was threatened by Pye’s fellow Buckingham client Sir Miles Fleetwood, the receiver-general of.

Tunnage and Poundage Act (c.4), with schedule of very high customs duties, which remained largely unchanged until the 18th century. Continuation of Excise Tax until 20 August ; An Act for the present Nominating of Commissioners of Sewers. An Act for. WHITHED, Sir Henry (), of Norman Court, West Tytherley, Hants.

Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. Andrew Thrush and John P. Ferris, but five days later he advised caution in tackling the question of Tunnage and Poundage.

NON-DOMESTIC RATE POUNDAGE B. GRANT AIDED EXPENDITURE (GAE) FIGURES C. AGGREGATE EXTERNAL FINANCE DISTRIBUTION PROPOSALS D. EXPENDITURE GUIDELINES E. COUNCIL TAX BENEFIT SUBSIDY LIMITATION 1.

This Circular provides full details of the Local Government Settlement and Scottish. Further Subsidy.A Tunnage of 15 above other Duties on French Prize Wine for Three Years, 2 & 3 Ann.c.

8 &9 W. III. cexp. For granting to His Majesty a further Subsidy of Tunnage and Poundage towards raising the Yearly Sum offor the Service of His Majesty's Household, and other Uses therein mentioned, during His Majesty's.Wentworth Convinces Irish Parliament to Grant Three Subsidies.

Ship Money Extended Inland. New Canons Imposed In Scotland Tonnage and Poundage Act. Ten Propositions. Abolition of the Court of the Star Chamber and High Commission Charles Tries To Avoid Renewing the Conventicle Act, Parliament Withhold a Subsidy.Published by (June ) Roger Schofield, Taxation Under the Early Tudors, Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, xvi + pp.

$ (cloth), ISBN: Reviewed for by John Munro, Department of Economics, University of Toronto.