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Bond to be XI. And be it further enacted, That such exporter of the seve. given for the ral sorts of corn or other articles aforesaid, either to any of the tion of corn, places mentioned in the said table C, or for his Majesty's" forces, &c. to the forts, or garrisons, or for the use of British ships trading on the places men- coast of Africa, or beans for the British forts, castles, or factories tioned in ta- in Africa, shall

, before the shipping thereof, declare the island or
ble C. for
his Majesty's place for which the said corn or other articles are respectively in,
forces, &c. tended to be exported, and he, together with the master or person

having the charge or command of the ship or vessel in which such
corn or other articles are intended to be exported, shall become
bound to his Majesty, his heirs and successors, in a bond, with
one other sufficient surety (to be approved by the collector and
comptroller of the customs at the port of exportation) in treble
the value thereof, with condition that the said corn or other arti-
cles fo exported shall be landed at the respective islands or places
for which the same shall be so declared and entered for the several
purposes aforesaid, and shall not be landed or sold in any other

parts whatsoever, the danger of the seas and enemies excepted; How such and such bond shall be discharged upon producing fuch certificate bonds shall be as is herein-before required, with respect to corn and other articles discharged.

exported on bounty, within the times there specified, as the case
may happen to be, or on proof made, to the fatisfaction of the
commiffioners of the customs in England or Scotland, for the time
being, respectively, that fuch articles were taken by enemies, or
perished in the seas: provided always, That in case such corn or
other articles shall be exported for the use of his Majesty's forces,
forts, or garrisons, there shall also be a certificate of the com-
missary of provisions, or any person who shall receive the same into
his charge or custody for the use of his Majesty's forces, testifying

the quantity so received by him. Inhabitants of

xli. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawGuernley, &c. ful for any person inhabiting the said inands of Guernsey, Jersey, or may transport Alderney, to ship and lade at any of the said islands, and to transport dire&ly from thence to

directly from thence to Newfoundland, or to any other of the Bric Newfound. tish colonies or plantations in America, where the fishery is now land, &c. for or shall hereafter be carried on, on board any ship or vessel which the use of the may lawfully trade there, the whole or fo much of the wheat, fishery, the wheat, &c.

rye, barley, and meal, flour, malt, biscuit, or peale, so allowed allowed to be to be imported into the said islands, as shall be fit and necessary imported into for the fishery in those parts, or for the use and support of the those iNands, mariners or other persons employed on board the vessels, or on agreeable to

fhore in carrying on the said fishery, in the same manner, and 9 Geo. 3.c. 28.

under the fame limitations and restrictions, to all intents, con-
structions, and purposes, as are prescribed in and by an act, made
in the ninth year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, An
alt to permit the inhabitants of Jersey and Guernsey to export directly
from thence to Newfoundland, or the British colonies in America,
goods necesary for the fishery, under certain restrictions, and to import
from thence non-enumerated goods (except rum), and to land the same
in the said ifands, as if the fame were particularly repeated and re-

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enacted in the body of this present act; any law or statute to the contrary thereof in anywise notwithstanding.

XIII. Pravided alsó, and be it further enacted, That nothing Corn,&c. may herein contained shall extend, or be construed to extend, to pro- be exported to hibit any fort of corn, or any of the other articles as aforesaid, Ireland, dur. from being exported from Great Britain to the kingdom of Ire- ing an embar

go on the exland, during such time and so long as any general prohibition of portation or embargo on the exportation of such corn, or other articles as thereof from aforesaid, shall be in force in that kingdom, the same having been that kingdom, notified in the London Gazette; but that it shall and may be law

under certain

regulations. ful, during the time that such prohibition or embargo shall be in force in that kingdom, to export such corn, or other articles as aforesaid, from Great Britain to Ireland, so as the exporter of any fuch corn, or other articles as aforesaid, from Great Britain, dó, before the shipping thereof, declare upon oath, or affirmation, being one of the people called Quakers, before the collector or other chief officer of the customs at the port from whence the exportation is about to take place (which oath or affirmation the said collector or other chief officer is hereby impowered to administer), that all such corn, or other articles as aforesaid, is intended to be exported to Ireland, specifying therein the port to which the same is intended to be exported, and also that he, together with the master or person having the charge or command of the ship or vefsel in which such corn or other articles are intended to be exported, do become bound in a bond with one other sufficient sure

a ty, in treble the value of such corn, or other articles as aforesaid, to his Majesty, his heirs and successors, with condition that he will carry the same to such port or place in the kingdom of Ireland; and such bond shall be discharged upon producing a certificate of the collector or other chief officer of the customs of the port in Ireland for which the same was entered to be exported, in the manner herein-before directed, with respect to corn and other articles exported on bounty.

XIV. And whereas it may be highly expedient, for the relief of his Majesty's subjects in bis colonies and plantations, and other parts out of the realm, in cases of war, hurricane, dearth or sudden distress, to impower his Majesty, with the advice of his privy council

, to allow, in such cases, the exportation of an additional limited quantity of corn, and of the other articles before mentioned; be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That it shall be lawful for his Majesty, In cases ofwar, by and with the advice of his privy council, during such time as &c. his Majesparliament shall not be sitting, to allow, in addition to the quan- when the par.

ty in council, tities specified in table C, the exportation of any of the sorts of liament is not corn, or of the other articles herein-before mentioned, in any fitting, may quantities not exceeding five thousand quarters of each of the fe- allow the veral sorts of unground corn, and two thousand tons of each of quantities of

corn,&c.here. the several sorts of ground corn or biscuit, in any one year, on in mentioned, the exporters, together with the masters or persons having the to be exportcharge or command of the ships or vessels in which such corn or ed, in addition other articles are intended to be exported, giving bond, with one tiesspecified in

to the quanti. other fufficient surety, in manner herein-before last directed, with table C.

respect

respect to corn and other articles allowed to be exported in the quantities and proportions mentioned in the table marked C; and such bond shall be discharged by certificate in the manner herein

last directed. From Nov.15, XV. And be it further enacted, That, from and after the said 1.791, the du- fifteenth day of November one thousand seven hundred and ninetyties on wheat, &c. imported, one, upon the importation into Great Britain from foreign parts, to be regulated of wheat, wheat-meal or four, rye, barley, beer or bigg, oats, according to oat-meal, pease, beans, Indian corn and maize, the duties to be the prices spe. cified in tabie paid thereon respectively shall be regulated and ascertained acD;

cording to the prices of wheat, rye, barley, beer or bigg, peale, and no corn

beans, oats, and oat-meal, in the manner set forth and specified ground, ex.

in the following table, marked D; and that no corn ground, except wheat.

cept wheat-meal, wheat-four, and oat-meal, nor any malt, shall meal, &c.

be imported into Great Britain from parts beyond the seas, under nor any malt, to be importa' penalty of the forfeiture thereof, together with the thip or vessel ed, on penalty in which the same shall be imported, with her guns, furniture, of forfeiture,' ammunition, tackle, and apparel, and the same shall and may be &c.

seized by any officer or officers of the customs.

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TABLE D.
SHE WING the Prices according to which High or Low Duties are to be paid on Importation.
Wheat. Rye,Pease, Beans. Barley, Beer or Bigg

Oats.

Oat-meal.
d.

d.
d.

d. If under, per quarter

50 34

25

17

If under, per

boll of 140lb.

6 1 7. High duty

avoirdupoife, 16 24

or 128lb.

Scotch troy
If at or above, per quarter

34

17 so 25

8 High duty; }

18 But under, per quarter

37 27

16

if at or above, }
First low duty

6
6

3

But under, per}|"

17

First low duty-
If at or above, per quarter

54
37
27

|If at or above,
Second low duty

6
3

2 Second low

duty
Importation of wheat-

Tmportation of Indian
meal and flour to be

corn or maize to be
governed by the price

governed by the price of
of wheat as follows:

barley as follows:

S. d.
High duty per cwt. 6 6

High duty per }
First low duty
I 6

Iquarter
Second low duty

First low duty I 3

Second low duty O 3
Malt made of wheat Rye ground, malt Barley, Indian corn or Malt made of oats
prohibited.

made of rye, peale maize, beer or bigg, prohibited. ground and beans ground, and malt made of ground, prohibited. barley, Indian corn, or

maize, beer or bigg, pro"hibited. proud

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When wheat, XVI. And be it further enacted, That whenever an act shall Sec. is import- have passed in the parliament of Ireland permitting the importaable into Ireland, at the tion, from Great Britain into Ireland, of wheat, wheat-meal or prices, and four, rye, barley, beer or bigg, oats, oat-meal, pease, beans, and not above the Indian corn or maize, respectively, at prices equal to the prices duties in ta- mentioned in the following table marked E, taken quarterly, acble E, the du. ties on the im. cording to the prices of wheat, rye, peale, beans, barley, beer or portation from bigg, and oats unground, and of oat-meal, at the time that the Ireland, Que- same shall be imported into that kingdom, and subject to no highbec, &c. of

er duties respectively than those specified in the said table marked wheat, &c. to be regulated E, the duties to be paid upon the importation into Great Britain according to from Ireland, and the province of Quebec, and the other British the prices in colonies or plantations in North America, and also from other table E.

foreign countries, of wheat, wheat-meal, or Aour, rye, barley, beer or bigg, oats, dat-meal, peale, beans, and Indian corn or maize, shall, after the expiration of three calendar months, from the notification, by order of his Majesty in council, to be published in the London Gazette, of such act having passed in the parliament of Ireland, and during the continuance of such act, or of any other act there passed to the same purport and effect, be respectively regulated and ascertained, according to the prices of wheat, rye, barley, beer or bigg, pease, beans, oats, and oat-meal, in the manner set forth and specified in the said table marked B, instead of the preceding table marked D.

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