The Present State of Europe, Volume 17

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H. Rhodes., 1706 - Europe
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Page 415 - VII That all parts of the united kingdom be for ever, from and after the union, liable to the same excises upon all exciseable liquors...
Page 415 - England no salt whatsoever be brought from Scotland to England by land in any manner under the penalty of forfeiting the salt and the cattle and carriages made use of in bringing the same and paying twenty shillings for every bushel of such salt and...
Page 469 - And although we have unanimoufly carried this treaty thus far, purely from a conviction, that •we have done therein, to God, your Majefty, and our...
Page 417 - ... shall be due and payable from the time of the union And in regard that after the union Scotland becoming liable to the...
Page 89 - Anne, by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, queen, defender of the faith, &c.
Page 420 - And that there be a Court of Exchequer in Scotland after the union for deciding questions concerning the revenues of customs and excises there having the same power and authority in such cases as the Court of Exchequer has in England...
Page 422 - Scotland, and their successors to their honours and dignities, shall, from and after the union, be peers of Great Britain, and have rank and precedency next and immediately after the peers of the like orders and degrees in England at the time of the union, and before all peers of Great Britain...
Page 88 - An Act for charging and continuing the duties upon malt, mum, cyder and perry for the service of the year 1712 ; and for applying part of the coinage duties to pay the deficiency of the value of plate coined, and to pay for the recovering the old money of Scotland...
Page 420 - England shall be the Members of the respective Houses of the First Parliament of Great Britain for and on the Part of England ; And Her...
Page 422 - Union, be left to her majesty ; and that in the mean time the Great Seal of England be used as the Great Seal of the United Kingdom, and that the Great Seal of the United Kingdom be used for sealing...

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