Parliamentary Papers, Volume 46

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Page 89 - Act made and passed in the sixth year of the reign of his Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled
Page 348 - Mayor, Jurats, and Commonalty of the town and port of Hastings in the county of Sussex.
Page 161 - All lighters and craft entering into the Docks, Basins, Locks, or Cuts to discharge or receive ballast or goods to or from on board of any Ship or Vessel LYING THEREIN are exempt from the payment of any rates so LONG AS such lighters or craft are bond fide engaged in so discharging or receiving the ballast or goods.
Page 102 - ... or in case any ships or vessels shall not enter as aforesaid, then at any time before such ships or vessels shall proceed from the said port, at the custom -bouse in the said port...
Page 435 - ... per foot extra. All British ships from foreign ports, or if bound to foreign ports, having on board half their registered tonnage of cargo, or with passengers...
Page 124 - ... the master or person having the charge or command of any ship or vessel...
Page 116 - Successors, or being navigated wholly in Ballast), and for every Foreign Vessel which by any Act of Parliament, Order in Council, Convention, or Treaty shall be privileged to enter the Ports of the...
Page 146 - Spaiu (without the Mediterranean), or any of the Azores, Madeira, or Canary Islands, or any of the United States of America, or of the British Colonies or Provinces in North America or Florida, there shall be paid for every voyage both in and out of the said port, three farthings per ton : Fifth Class.
Page 160 - ... shipped on board such ship, or if any bill of lading uttered or produced by any master shall not have been signed by him, or any such copy shall not have been received or made by him previously...
Page 102 - ... and burthen) hereafter particularly rated and described; (that is to say) For every ship or vessel coming to or going between the port of Kingston-upon-Hull and any port to the northward of Yarmouth in Norfolk, or any port to the southward of the Holy Island, for every ton, two pence.

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