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" no hats or felts, dyed or undyed, finished or unfinished, shall be put on board any vessel in any place within any of the British plantations ; nor be laden upon any horse or other carriage to the intent to be exported from thence to any other plantation,... "
Manufactures of the United States in 1860: Compiled from the Original ... - Page clviii
by United States. Census Office. 8th Census, 1860, James Madison Edmunds - 1865 - 745 pages
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A history of American manufactures from 1608 to 1860..: comprising annals of ...

John Leander Bishop, Edwin Troxell Freedley, Edward Young - Business & Economics - 1861
...and that furnished by the Board of Trade in the same session, an Act was passed (5 George II. c. 22) that "no hats or felts, dyed or undyed, finished or...offender shall likewise pay 500 for every such offence. Every person knowing thereof, and willingly aiding therein, shall forfeit 40. Every officer of customs...
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A History of American Manufactures, from 1608 to 1860: Exhibiting ..., Volume 1

John Leander Bishop, Edwin Troxell Freedley, Edward Young - Industries - 1864
...and that furnished by the Board of Trade in the same session, an Act was passed (5 George II. c. 22) that "no hats or felts, dyed or undyed, finished or...offender shall likewise pay 500 for every such offence. Every person knowing thereof, and willingly aiding therein, shall forfeit 40. Every officer of customs...
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A History of American Mannfactores from 1608 to 1860

1866
...and that furnished by the Board of Trade in the same session, an Act was passed (5 George II. c. 22) that "no hats or felts, dyed or undyed, finished or...offender shall likewise pay 500 for every such offence. Every person knowing thereof, and willingly aiding therein, shall forfeit 40. Every officer of customs...
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The Great Industries of the United States: Being an Historical Summary of ...

Industries - 1872 - 1304 pages
...were exported to Spain, Portugal, Ireland, and the West Indies. Parliament therefore enacted, in 1732, that " no hats or felts, dyed or undyed, finished...40 for every other person, knowingly aiding in it. This enactment remained in force until abrogated by the Revolution. It seems singular that so recently...
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The Great Industries of the United States: Being an Historical Summary of ...

Industries - 1873 - 1304 pages
...and the West Indies. Parliament therefore enacted, in 1732, that " no hats or felts, dyed or nndyed, finished or unfinished, shall be put on board any...40 for every other person, knowingly aiding in it. This enactment remained in force until abrogated by the Revolution. It seems singular that so recently...
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THE FIRST CENTURY OF THE REPUBLIC

1876
...Parliament that "no hats or felts should be exported from the colonies, or be laden upon any horse or carriage to the intent to be exported from thence...any other plantation or to any other place whatever ;" limiting also the number of apprentices at the business, and forbidding any black or negro from...
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The First Century of the Republic: A Review of American Progress

American literature - 1876 - 506 pages
...Parliament that " no hats or felts should be exported from the colonies, or be laden upon any horse or carriage to the intent to be exported from thence...other plantation or to any other place whatever;" limiting also the number of apprentices at the business, and forbidding any black or negro from making...
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Annals of North America: Being a Concise Account of the Important Events in ...

Edward Howland - North America - 1877 - 810 pages
...Trade this year by the felt-makers of London. Parliament, therefore, passed the following act : "No hats or felts, dyed or undyed, finished or unfinished,...whatever, upon forfeiture thereof, and the offender shall like wise pay 500 for every such offence. Every person knowing thereof, and willingly aiding therein,...
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Annals of North America: Being a Concise Account of the Important Events in ...

Edward Howland - North America - 1877 - 810 pages
...of London. Parliament, therefore, passed the following act : "No liats or felts, dyed or undycd, finished or unfinished, shall be put on board any...whatever, upon forfeiture thereof, and the offender shall like wise pay 300 for every such offence. Every person knowing thereof, and willingly aiding therein,...
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The Protectionist, Volume 13

Protectionism - 1902
...unfinished, shall be put on board any vessel in any place within any of the British plantations, nor to be laden upon any horse or other carriage, to the...thereof, and the offender shall likewise pay 500 434 THE PROTECTIONIST. for every such offense," with a like penalty for every officer, and 40 for...
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