The navigation laws of Great Britain, historically and practically considered, with reference to commerce and national defence

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1849
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Page 17 - December, one thousand six hundred fifty-one, and from thenceforwards, no goods or commodities whatsoever, of the growth, production, or manufacture of Asia, Africa, or America, or of any part thereof; or of any islands belonging to them or any of them, or which are described or laid down in the usual maps or cards of those places, as well of the English plantations as others...
Page 321 - ... most favoured nation, unless His Majesty, by His Order in Council, shall in any case deem it expedient to grant the whole or any of such privileges to the ships of any foreign country, although the conditions aforesaid shall not, in all respects, be fulfilled by such foreign country...
Page 313 - An Act to indemnify all persons concerned in advising, issuing , or acting under, a certain order in Council, for regulating the tonnage duties on certain Foreign Vessels, and to amend an Act of the last Session of Parliament, for authorising His Majesty, under certain circumstances, to regulate the 'duties and drawbacks on goods imported or exported in any Foreign Vessels...
Page 311 - An Act to regulate the Trade of British Possessions abroad, as provides that no Goods shall be imported into or exported from any of the British Possessions in America by Sea from or to any Place other than the United Kingdom, or some other of such Possessions, except into or from the several Ports denominated Free Ports...
Page 328 - An Act to regulate the trade between his majesty's possessions in America and the West Indies, and other parts of the world.
Page 17 - Berwick-upon-Tweed, or are of the built of and belonging to any of the said lands, islands, plantations or territories as the proprietors and right owners thereof, and whereof the master and three fourths of the mariners at least are...
Page 319 - Plantations or Territories to his Majesty belonging or in his possession or which may hereafter belong unto or be in the possession of His Majesty His Heires and Successors in Asia Africa or America...
Page 28 - Mighty and destructive, by that severe act of parliament which excludes us the having any commerce with any nation in Europe but our own, so that we cannot add to our plantation any commodity that grows out of it, as olive trees, cotton or vines.
Page 312 - An Act to consolidate and amend the several Laws now in force with respect to Trade from and to Places within the Limits of the Charter of the East India Company, and to make further Provisions with respect to such Trade, and to amend an Act of the present Session of Parliament for the registering of Vessels, so far as it relates to Vessels registered in India...
Page 18 - And it is further enacted by the Authority aforesaid, That no Goods or Commodities that are of Foreign Growth, Production, or Manufacture, and which are to be brought into England, Ireland, Wales, the Islands of Guernsey and Jersey, or Town of...

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