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1843 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

STREET DIRECTORIES TRANSCRIBED
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1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory    1898 Newry Directory  Bangor Spectator Directory 1970

 

Revenue Department  Section 4

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also

Revenue Department
Naval Department       Military Department       Table of Stamp Duties       The Royal Family
Lord Lieutenants of Ireland       London Bankers     Irish Bankers    Tariff of Customs

Revenue for Civil Services' Office, Lower Castle Yard

Paymaster of Civil Services, Right Hon. Thomas Francis Kennedy.
Principal Clerk and Cashier, Andrew Chalmers, Esq.
Accountant, Dean Wilson, Esq.
Assistant Accountant, Edward Smyth, Esq.
First Assistant Clerk, Robert F. Gregg, Esq.
Second ditto, Robert Gregg, Esq.
First Junior Clerk, Arthur Haffield, Esq.
Second ditto, Algernan Preston, Esq.
Third ditto, J. L. Hannagan, Esq.
Fourth ditto, J. F. Sargent, Esq.
Housekeeper, Mr. John Smyth.

Office Hours, 10 to 4 o'clock.  Hours for Payment, 10 to 3 o'clock.   Hours on Saturdays, 10 to 1 o'clock.

Record Branch of the Paymaster of Civil Services' Office.
Custom House Buildings.

Senior Clerk, William Henry Hardinge, Esq.
Assistant Clerk, Samuel Black, Esq.
Junior Clerk, Robert Godfrey Day, Esq.

Hours of attendance, from 10 to 4 o'clock, daily.

To this Office have been transferred the Records of the following departments, viz :-

Record Department of the Office of Paymaster of Civil Services in Ireland.

The Records of this department originally belonged to the abolished office of Auditor General of the Exchequer. They commenced for any practically useful purpose, in the reign of Henry the Eighth, and came down, with almost unbroken continuance, to the present period. Their nature is two-fold, namely, Records relating to Real Property, and Records relating to the Revenue of the Kingdom.
The Records "relating to Real property," comprehends rolls and books of survey, which describe the nature and extent of the landed estates and interests forfeited to the Crown in Ireland ; they contain the grants of such estates and interests made by the Crown to its subjects ; they comprise Rent Rolls, setting forth, in county and baronial arrangement, the detail of the rents payable to the Crown out of said estates ; and they show the names of the parties by whom said rents have been paid since the passing of the several letters patent ; combining, for the benefit of suitors and others tracing title to real property, a chain of evidence at once satisfactory and conclusive. This class of Records further shows all dealings between the crown and its subjects, and frequently between subject and subject, connected with landed estates and interests.
The second class of Records, "relating to the revenue of the Kingdom," shows, from an early period to the year 1822, the several sources from whence the Public Revenue of Ireland has flowed, the annual amount thereof, and the application of the same.

Records of the Office of Registrar of Estates Forfeited in 1688.

These Records contain the proceedings of the Parliamentary Trustees, in whom were vested by the Act of Reassumption, 11 and 12 William III., the estates forfeited to the crown in that Reign, formerly kept in a room at the Custom House, called the Forfeiture Office. This class of Records were transferred to the custody of the Paymaster of Civil Service, by directions of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury.
All applications for searches, etc., amongst the Records in the New Public Record Office, may be made to the officers above mentioned, between the hours of eleven and four o'clock, daily.

Records of the Late Surveyor General's Office of Crown Lands.

These Records consist of the Down Survey Maps and other records and muniments relating to the estates forfeited in 1641. They were heretofore kept in the Tower, in the Lower Castle Yard.

Records of the Late Office of First Fruits, etc.

The Records of this Office consists of Returns made by the Archbishops and Bishops of Ireland, to writs issued out of the Court of Exchequer, showing the names of those persons to whom Ecclesiastical preferments were granted within their respective dioceses, from the reign of Henry the Eighth, to the year 1833 ; the object of such returns being for the purpose of charging the persons named therein with the first fruits and twentieth parts imposed upon them by Act of Parliament

Records of the Late Office of Imprest Accounts.

A considerable portion of the Records of this Office were transmitted to the Audit Office, London ; the remainder are in the New Record Office. They commence about the year 1720, and come down to the present time. They consist of the accounts of the expenditure of moneys granted by Parliament for the advancement of public works, and support of charitable and other institutions in Ireland.

The Records of the Population of Ireland, for the Year 1831, and the Admendation of the Same in the Year 1834.

The Records of the four last above mentioned offices were, by command of his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, given into the custody and charge of Mr. Hardinge, the Senior Clerk of the Record Department of the Vice Treasurer's Office ; and the duties incidental to such custody are executed by the officers of that department.

Record Tower, Dublin Castle.
The Records in this Department consist of several departments.
Office of Arms

First - The Records of the Office of Arms, consisting of many volumes of the pedigree of the Nobility and Gentry of Ireland, recorded chiefly since the reign of Henry the Eighth ; many volumes of certificates of the deaths and funerals of the Nobility and Gentry, reciting their marriages, descents, arms, etc., during the reigns of Edward the Sixth, Queen Elizabeth, and the House of Stuart, to the year 1700. Records of the grants of arms, etc., to the Nobility and Gentry of Ireland, from the same period to the present day, with many volumes of religious ceremonies, professions, etc., which have taken place in Ireland.

Bermingham Tower

Secondly - Plea Rolls of the Courts in AulŠ Regis, King's Bench, Common Pleas, Pleas of Parliament, and Pleas of the crown, from the 25th year of Henry the Third, A.D., 1246, to the reign of James the First, A.D., 1625 ; also Rolls of Pleas before the Justices in Eyre or Assizes in various parts of Ireland, and Pleas of the Crown during the same period.
Thirdly - The Great and Small Rolls of the Pipe, or Public Accounts of the Exchequer, from A.D. 1240, to 1760. These Rolls contain the Escheator's Accounts of the Estates in the King's hands, by reason of vacant sees or abbeys, priories, or religious houses, minority, or otherwise, the extent of manor and fisheries, rights, priveleges of manors, and a great body of historical and genealogical information of the building and repair of castles and other public works, as well as private estates.
Rolls of Sheriff's, accounts of Attornment, Estreats, Recognizances, Recusants, Pardons, Sumministers' Rolls, and Rolls of Accounts.
Books of the Rolls and orders of the Court of Exchequer.
Books of Reference to the Decrees of the Exchequer, and to the Memoranda Rolls of the Exchequer, which are full of information on all matters concerning the public Revenue, and the quit rents and services rendered by the tenants of the Crown ; as well as the controvers and litigations among private individuals ; fines and amerciaments for non-attendance in Parliament, advowsons, writs of summons to Parliament, presentations to Church benefices, charters of towns, inquisitiones post mortem, and other subjects ; grants of office, of settlements, and other deeds, arranged in Counties, Commissions, King's letters, Subsidies granted to the Crown.

Parliamentary Record

The Record of the Houses of Lords and Commons of the late Parliament of Ireland, from the earliest period of the Union.

Transcripts by the Late Record Commission.

In addition to these there are Books of Reference to all the grants of manors, lands, tenements, fisheries, advowsons, tithes, ferries, fairs, markets, and all other hereditaments which were passed by patent under the great seal of Ireland ; with copious indexes, and other means of reference, as well as to the names of the lands as to the grantees, up to the reign of George the second.

Private Collection

In addition to the above are the following books, which are private property :-
Books of reference to the forfeitures of 1641 and 1688.
Books of reference to the wills, administrations, and marriage licenses in the Prerogative and Consistorial Offices of Armagh and Dublin, with indexes to the names of persons mentioned therein, to the women as well as the men in the marriage licenses.
List of all wills proved in the Consistorial Registries of Armagh, Achonry, Cashel, Clogher, Cloyne, Connor, Clonfert, Down, Dublin, Elphin, Kildare, Kilfenora, Killala, Kilmacduagh, Kilmore, Meath, Tuam, Waterford and Lismore.
Books of the Recognizances in the Court of Chancery.
Books of Ancient Statues Staple.
To the Inquisitions in the Chief Remembrancer of the Exchequer, on post mortem, on attainder, and on the suppression of monasteries.
Books of reference to the Decrees of innocent Papists, certificates of adventurers' soldiers, certificates of grants to persons transplanted in Connaught, 1641 and 1688, under the Act of Settlement and Explanation, and the Court of Claims not enrolled in Chancery.
Books of reference to presentations to ecclesiastical benefices, regal and Episcopal visitations.
Books of reference, bills and decrees of Chancery and the Exchequer.

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Crown Lands and Quit Rents

The management of all Estates and Land Revenues of the Crown in Ireland, subject to the Regulations of the Act 10 George IV. c. 50, is now vested in the Commissioners of her Majesty's Woods, Forests, Land Revenues, etc., by whom the sales of Quit Rents, etc., are made.

Land Revenue Department for Ireland, Quit Rent Office, Custom House, Dublin.

Clerk of the Quit Rents, John Burke, Esq.
Assistant Clerk, Edward L'Estrange, Esq.
The Collectors of Excise Duties are the Receivers of the Quit and other Rents payable to the Crown out of Lands and Premises within their respective districts. Proprietors of lands, etc., chargeable with Quit Rents, and desirous of purchasing the same, will be furnished with the requisite printed forms of proposal and instructions, on personal application to the Clerk of the Quit Rents, at his office in the Custom House, Dublin.
All communications for the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues, are to be addressed to - "The Commissioners of Her Majesty's Woods, etc., Office of Woods, etc., etc., Whitehall, London."

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Life Annuities

The management of the Irish Life Annuities has been transferred to the Commissioners for the reduction of the National Debt, London, and the payment of the Life Annuities resident in Ireland, are now made at the Bank of Ireland.

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Revenue of Customs, Ireland.
Port of Dublin.

Collector, Thomas Worthington, Esq.
First Clerk, Arthur Lambe, Esq.
Second Clerk, E. W. Preston, Esq.
Comptroller, James McCasky, Esq.
First Clerk, James Dowling, Esq.
Assistant Solicitor, Latham Blacker, Esq.
First Clerk, P. Beverly, Esq.
House keeper, Mt. William Mortimore.
Landing Surveyor and Surveyor of Warehouses, Robert Chapman, Esq.
Searchers, landing and coastwaiters, Francis Huddlestone, Wm. Purcell, James Reilly, John Rogers, Nathaniel Crampton, William Sutton, William Massey, and Thomas Dance, esqrs.
Comptroller Surveyor of Warehouses and Jerquer, G. Melvin, Esq.
Warehouse keeper, James Dowling and John Sheppard, esqrs.
Tide Surveyor at Upper Station, Mr. H. Martin.
Ditto at Kingstown, Mr. Thomas Jermyn.
Ditto at Howth, Mr. Richard Halpin.
Principal Coast Officers at Balbriggan, Mr. Robert Rossington.

Wicklow, annexed to Dublin

Assistant Collector, etc., John Daly, Esq.
Comptroller, landing waiter, David Ellis, Esq.

Arklow

Principal Coast Officer, Mr. Richard Davis

Merchant Seamen Fund.

Patrick McKeogh, Esq., sur. for sick and hurt seamen, 5 Belvidere Place.

Coast Guard, Dublin

Inspector General, James Dombrain, Esq.
Assistant ditto, Capt. Wm. Neame, R.N.
First Clerk, C. M. Pirmet, Esq.
Second Clerk, G. H. Arkell, Esq.

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Revenue of Excise, Ireland

Collector, George Pape, Esq., 11 Hardwicke Place and Custom House, Dublin.
First Clerk, Thomas Kelly.
Second Clerk, Abraham Cornwall.
Third Clerk, David Pugh.

Permit Writers

Jordan Roche, Custom House.
Henry Turkington, Long Room.
Francis Morgan, 119 Thomas Street.
John Quinton, 80 Aunger Street.
William McConkey, 4 Bond Street.
Warehouse Keeper, Morgan Jones, Custom House.

Law Department

Solicitor, Mark Anthony Saurin, Esq.
Chief Clerk, Alexander Sanson.
Second ditto, Charles Woodward.
Third ditto, George Stormont.
Fourth ditto, Hugh Kavanagh.
Fifth ditto, William Campbell.

General Post Office, Dublin.

Postmaster General, Lord Lowther.
Secretary, Agustus Godby, Esq.

Secretary's Office.

Chief Clerk, Thomas Orde Lees, Esq.
Clerks, Charles Bond, John Mockler, Arthur Greene, Urquhart G. Thomson, Henry James, and John Owen, esqrs.

Receiver General's Office.

Receiver General, John Atkinson, Esq.
Clerks, Messrs. John Mellsop, Edmond O'Reilly, and Charles King.

Accountant General's Office.

Accountant General, Anth. Lyster, Esq.
First Clerk, W. J. Maynard, Esq.
Clerks, Messrs. Thomas B. Williams, William Walsh, Owen Clarke, George A. Arnott, George Ellison, and John Joyes.

Dead and Mis-Sent Letter Office

Inspector, Robert Morgan, Esq.
Clerks, Messrs. Vere Riddle, Henry Hall, Thomas Brabazon, P. M. Caldwell, Richard Fitzgerald, F. F. Hearn, and T. T. Smith.

Inland, or Letter Office.

Superintending President, John Burrowes, Esq.
Vice President, J. W. Gladstone, Henry Clare, and Edw. Darley, esqrs.

Alphabet, or Paid Letter Office.

Superintendent, John Somers, Esq.
Clerks, Arthur Barker and Charles Lambert, esqrs.
Inspectors of Letter Carriers, Messrs. John Bannen and James Hawkins.
Resident Inspector of Mail Coaches, James Cumming.
Inspectors of Mail Coaches, Thomas Usher and Andrew Leith.

Money Order Office.

First Clerk, Stephen W. Creaghe, Esq.
Clerks, C. Codd, G. Kilbride, W. Kelly, G. Jones, T. St. George, R. Loverock, S. J. Bever, A. H. Joyes, A. Cologan, F. Owen, T. Walton, W. Smythe, P. Cooney, M. Daveron, J. McMahon, A. Banon, M. Coffey, T. L. Lefroy, and M. Conway.
Surveyors, Patrick Urquhart, J. Kendrick, and J. Drought, esqrs.
Surveyor's Clerks, Rowland Vaughton, Stephen Maberly, and Anthony Trollope, Esq.
Counsel, Espine Batty, Esq.
Solicitor, Robert Thompson, Esq.

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Stamp Office, 1774, Custom House, Dublin.

Comptroller and Accountant General, J. Sisson Cooper, Esq.
Chief Clerk, Thomas King, Esq.
First Clerk, Richard Malins, Esq.
Clerks, Messrs. E. A. Belford, , Richard Bourke, A. Campbell, N. Gore, F. Lewis, and J. Franks.
Solicitor, Robert Borrowes, Esq.
Chief Clerk, T. L. Murphy, Esq.
Clerks, Messrs. W. T. Ridsdale, J. Kerr, and J. Cameron.
Receiver General, Robert Tyrrell, Esq.
Assistant, Mr. J. W. Atkinson.
Warehouse Keeper, and Consignment Clerk, Abraham McCulloch, Esq.
Assistant, Mr. G. Bryan.
Registrar of Newspapers and Assessor of Advertisement Duty, Charles Vernon, Esq.
Supervisor of Stampers, T. Slow, Esq.
Registrar of Warrants, Richard Thacker, Esq.
Registrar Comptroller of Legacy Duty, George Harrison, Esq.
Assistants, Messrs. G. F. Fitzgerald, and C. G. Godby.
Distributor of Irish Stamps in London, Teesdale Cockell, Esq., Somerset House.
** Duties received from Ten to Three o'clock.
***Stamps are cancelled on Mondays and Thursdays
Holydays - Good Friday, the Queen's Birthday, the Prince of Wales's Birthday, Restoration of Charles II., the Coronation, and Christmas Day.
N. B. - If any State Holyday fall on Sunday, it is kept on Monday.

Collectors and Comptrollers of Irish Ports.

Baltimore : Collector, A. Nugent ; Comptroller, Thomas Lee.
Belfast : Collector, C. Trevor ; Comptroller, J. Reay.
Coleraine : Collector, W. Delap ; Comptroller, J. Gordon.
Cork : Collector, J. J. Troy ; Comptroller, Edmund Keily.
Drogheda : Collector, J. Crampton ; Comptroller, M. Doyle.
Dundalk : Collector, H. McClintock ; Comptroller, J. B. Thornley.
Dublin : Collector, T. Worthington ; Comptroller, James McCaskey.
Galway : Collector, J. Stewart ; Comptroller, John Richardson.
Limerick : Collector, T. Hastings ; Comptroller, J. Vereker.
Londonderry : Collector, T. Shepherd ; Comptroller, J. Black.
New Ross : Collector, J. Eager ; Comptroller, P. Hay.
Newry : Comptroller, J. Dalley ; Comptroller, J. Carlisle.
Sligo : Collector, O. Wynne ; Comptroller, E. McLister.
Waterford : Collector, J. Wallace ; Comptroller, Wm. P. Gardner.
Westport : Collector, R. S. Dowsley ; Comptroller, C. L. Hingston.
Wexford : Collector, H. Higginson ; Comptroller, W. Redpath.

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NAVAL DEPARTMENT   top

Vice Admirals of Ireland

Province of Leinster, Earl of Howth, K.P.
Province of Munster, Earl of Listowel.
Province of Ulster, Earl Gosford.
Province of Connaught, Marquess of Clanricarde, K.P.
          The Honorable the Irish Society, from Ballyshannon to Oderfleete, Larne, in the province of Ulster -
Deputy, Charles Stewart, Esq., Londonderry.

Sick Quarters

Buncrana - Surgeon and Agent, J. Evans, M.D.
Cork - Surgeon and Agent, Alexander Taylor.
Carrickfergus - Surgeon and Agent, George Forsythe.
Castle Townsend - Surgeon and Agent, C. Leycester Malet, M.D.
Donaghadee - Surgeon and Agent, William McCansh.
Galway - Surgeon and Agent, H. H. Blake.
Kilrush - Surgeon and Agent, John Elliott, M.D.
Kingstown - Surgeon and Agent, James Farrell.
Londonderry - Surgeon and Agent, Samuel Hay Walker.
Moville - Surgeon and Agent, John Irvine.
Waterford - Surgeon and Agent, George A. Waters.
Agent Victualler at Cork, Lieutenant W. F. Wentworth.
Agent to the Solicitor of the Admiralty at Dublin, Mr. John Craig.
Agent to the Solicitor of the Admiralty at Cork, Mr. N. Johnson.

MILITARY DEPARTMENT   top

Staff of Ireland

Lieutenant General Commanding the Forces in Ireland, Right Hon. Sir Edward Blakeney, K.C.B., and G.C.H.
Aides-de-Camp, Captain H. G. Conroy, Grenadier Guards, Captain Hon. St. George C. Foley, 53rd Foot, Captain Hon. C. Forester, 12 Royal Lancers, extra, and Captain Lord Cosmo Russell, 93rd Foot, extra.
Military Secretary, Lieutenant Colonel Greaves, unattached.
Assistant Military Secretary, Captain Siborne, unattached.

Adjutant General's Department, at Head Quarters, Dublin.

Deputy Adjutant General, Colonel Thomas F. Wade, unattached.
Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, Captain A. C. Sterling, 73rd Foot.

Quarter Master General's Department, at Head Quarters, Dublin.

Deputy Quarter Master General, Colonel Philip Bainbridge.
Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General, Captain William Bace, h.p.
Principal Draftsman, Ensign William Duncan.
Confidential Clerk, J. M. Napier, Esq.
Clerks, Messrs. Frizell and Crofton.

General Officers Commanding Districts

Northern District - Head Quarters, Belfast.

General Officer, Major General D'Aguilar, C.B.
Aid-de-Camp, Lieutenant C. D'Aguilar, Royal Artillery.
Assistant Adjutant General, Colonel T. E. Napier, C.P., h.p.
Assistant Quarter Master General, Colonel W. Rowan, unattached.

Eastern District - Head Quarters, Dublin.

General Officers, Colonel Alexander Munro, K.H., Royal Artillery, and Colonel Chatterton, 4th Dragoon Guards.
Assistants Adjutant General, Lieutenant Colonel W. F. Forster, K.H., unattached, Lieutenant Colonel G. E. Gordon, Royal Artillery.
Town Major, Major W. White.

Southern District - Head Quarters, Cork.

General Officer, Major General Sir Octavius Carey, K.C.H.
Aid-de-Camp, Captain De Lancey, 75th Foot.
Assistant Adjutant General, Colonel M. Beresford, unattached.
Assistant Quarter Master General, Colonel Yorke, unattached.
Fort Major, Lieutenant J. Black, Charles Fox.

South Western District - Head Quarters, Limerick.

General Officer, Major General CV. Hamilton, C.B.
Aid-de-Camp, Lieutenant Hamilton, 99th Foot.
Assistant Adjutant General, Colonel R. C. Mansel, K.H. unattached.

Western District - Head Quarters, Athlone.

General Officer, Major General Sir Guy Campbell, Bart. C.B.
Aid-de-Camp, Captain Harvey, 87th Foot.
Assistant Adjutant General, Lieutenant Colonel J. C. Smith, unattached.

Royal Artillery and Engineers.

Col. Alex. Munro, K.H. Dublin.
Engineer, Col. Holloway, C.B. Dublin.
Limerick, Lieutenant Colonel Cator, Limerick.
Leinster, Lieutenant Colonel Walcott, Island bridge.
Engineer, Lieutenant Colonel Barry, Leinster.
Ulster, Col. P. M. Wallace, Charlemont.
Engineer, Lieutenant Colonel Blanshard, Ulster.
Munster, Lieutenant Colonel C. Cruttenden, Ballincollig.
Engineer, Lieutenant Colonel Piper, Munster.
Connaught, Lieutenant Colonel H. A. Scott, Athlone.
Engineer, Lieutenant Gordon, Connaught.
Pigeon House Fort, Major England, Dublin.

Recruiting Districts

Northern - Head Quarters, Newry.

Inspecting Field Officer, Colonel N. Hamilton, K.H.
Adjutant, Lieutenant Thomas Shields, August 3, 1801.
Paymaster, Nicholas Maunsel, 21st August, 1813.
Surgeon to the Forces, Alexander Stewart, M.D.
Superintending Officers, Lieutenant Byrne, 37th Foot, Newry ; Lieutenant White, 84th Foot, Belfast ; Lieutenant Frith, 20th Foot, Enniskillen ; Lieutenant Watson, 27th Foot, Omagh ; Lieutenant Macdonald, 54th Foot, Armagh ; Lieutenant Cole, 92st Foot, Antrim.

Centre - Head Quarters, Dublin.

Inspecting Field Officer, Colonel C. King, K.H.
Adjutant, Lieutenant J. Maguire, October 9, 1806.
Paymaster, Captain H. B. Adams, September 17, 1825.
Surgeon to the Forces, William Munro.
Superintending Officers, Lieutenant Shanly, 10th Foot, Dublin ; Lieutenant Canavan, 64th Foot, Cavan ; Lieutenant Mackie, 88th Foot, Mullingar ; Lieutenant Fitzmayer, 17th Foot, Boyle ; Lieutenant Dane, 28th Foot, Maryborough ; Lieutenant Balneavis, 58th Foot, Carlow.

Southern - Head Quarters, Cork.

Inspecting Field Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Sir J. Gaspard Le Marchant.
Adjutant, Lieutenant Thomas Dagg, 31st December, 1839.
Paymaster, F. Wemyss, 25th May, 1811.
Surgeon to the Forces, J. W. Watson, M.D.
Superintending Officers, Lieutenant Losack, 69th Foot, Cork ; Lieutenant Stokes, 65th Foot, Limerick ; Lieutenant Clyde, 96th Foot, Clonmel.
Agent for the Recruiting Districts for Ireland, Sir Bagenal William Burdett, Bart.

Barrack Masters

The (*) distinguishes Ordnance Storekeepers acting as Barrack Masters.

Acland, Lieutenant G., Templemore.
Allingham, Lieutenant J. D., Boyle, Ballaghaderrin, and Carrick-on-Shannon.
*Atkinson, Thomas James, Cork Harbour.
*Atkinson, Thomas James, Gort and Clare Castle.
*Blackwell, W., Duncannon Fort.
Bowen, Captain H., Belturbet and Cavan.
Browne, Captain P., Carlow, Athy and Baltinglass.
Buller, Captain H. G., Newry and Downpatrick.
Cart, Lieutenant R., Newcastle.
Chambers, Lieutenant S., Cahir, Clogheen and New Inn.
Courtenay, J. G., Mullingar, Tullamore and Philipstown.
Creagh, Colonel, Nenagh and Roscrea.
Cullen, Edward, Wexford and Arklow.
Daly, P. N., Kinsale, Charles Fort, Bandon, and Clonakilty.
Doyle, Captain M. T., Ballincollig.
Eaton, Captain S. H., Kilkenny and Castlecomer.
Fry, Captain Oliver, Limerick.
Gaynor, Captain B., Buttevant, Mallow and Millstreet.
*Giddings, F., Enniskillen.
Gillespie, Lieutenant Joshua, Waterford and New Ross.
Gosset, Major J. N., Derry, Lifford and Omagh.
Hewitt, Lieutenant R., Clonmel, Ballinamult, and Carrick-on-Suir.
Hughes, Lieutenant J., Galway, Dunmore, Loughrea and Oughterarde.
Jones, J. G., Cork.
Kearney, James, Armagh and Monaghan.
*Lamb, Samuel, Athlone.
Lovelock, Lieutenant J. B., Castlebar, Ballinrobe, Foxford, and Westport.
Manifold, John, Dublin Royal Barrack, Mountjoy and Royal Infirmary.
Nisbett, Captain F., Longford, Granard, and Roscommon.
O'Brien, Lieutenant James, Sligo, Ballyshannon and Rutland.
O'Donnell, Lieutenant P., Youghall and Dungarvan.
O'Flannigan, J. F., Fermoy and Mitchelstown.
Orr, Lieutenant John, Parsonstown, Banagher, Shannon Bridge and Portumna.
Philips, Captain Joseph, Richmond, Island Bridge, and Magazine Fort.
Philips, Lieutenant R. J., Dundalk.
Reardon, Captain R. H., Drogheda, Trim and Navan.
Rowan, Captain R., Belfast and Carrickfergus.
Stokes, Oliver, Tralee.
*Thompson, G., Charlemont.
Thornton, Major W. H., Portobello, Beggar's Bush, and Pigeon House Fort.
Vivian, Captain R., Newbridge, Maryborough and Naas.
Zobell, Captain S., Cashel, Fethard, and Tipperary.

 Army Agents in London.

Baron and Smith, 4 Upper Charles Street, Westminster.
Collyer, G. Samuel, Park Place, St. James's.
Cox and Co., Charing Cross.
Cox and Son, (for Royal Marines,) 44 Hatton Garden.
Downes, Charles, 14 Warwick Street, Charing Cross.
Hopkinson and Knyvett, 3 Regent Street, St. James's.
Kirkland, Sir John, and Co., 80 Pall Mall.
Lawrie, John, Charles Street, St. James's.
Price, W. F., and Son, 34 Craven Street, Strand.
Stoddart and McGrigor, 17 Charles Street, St. James's.
Lieutenant Colonel Arbuthnot, and Sir John Kirkland, 80 Pall Mall, (agents for Deccan Prize Money)
Sir John Kirkland, (general agent for recruiting service,) 80 Pall Mall.

In Dublin.

Atkinson, John, 1 Ely Place.
Borough, Sir Edward R., Bart., Armit and Co., 18 Leinster Street.
Cane, Richard, and Co., 61 Dawson Street.
Sir B. W. Burdett, Bart., (general agent for recruiting service)

TABLE OF STAMP DUTIES   top

Receipt or Discharge given for or upon payment of Money.
£    5 and under £  10
£  10 and under £  20
£  20 and under £  50
£  50 and under £100
£100 and under £200

   -   0   3
   -   0   6
   -   1   0
   -   1   6
   -   2   6

£  200 and under £  300
£  300 and under £  500
£  500 and under £1000
£1000 or upwards
Receipt in full of all demands
   -     4   0
   -     5   0
   -     7   6
   -   10   0
   -   10   0
Apprentices' Indentures, (except Attorneys, etc.)
£  10 and under £  30
£  30 and under £  50
£  50 and under £100
£100 and under £200
£200 and under £300
£300 and under £400
   -     1   0
   -     2   0
   -     3   0
   -     6   0
   -   12   0
   -   20   0
£400 and under £  500
£500 and under £  600
£600 and under £  800
£800 and under £1000
£1000 or upwards
   -   25   0
   -   30   0
   -   40   0
   -   50   0
   -   60   0
If no premium, 31 ; or £1 15s. If more than 1080 words.

Bills of Exchange, Drafts, or Orders on Demand.
Not exceeding Two Months after Date, or Sixty Days after Sight, for any sum of Money.

Above
£    2   0   -   £   5   5
      5   5   -      20   0
    20   0   -      30   0
    30   0   -      50   0
    50   0   -   100   0
  100   0    -   200   0

not exceeding
   -   1   0
   -   1   6
   -   2   0
   -   2   6
   -   3   6
   -   4   6
Above
£ 200   0   -   £ 300   0
   300   0   -      500   0
   500   0   -    1000   0
 1000   0   -   2000   0
 2000   0   -   3000   0
Above £3000   0
not exceeding
   -     5   0
   -     6   0
   -     8   6
   -   12   6
   -   15   0
   -   25   0
Bills of Exchange, or Promissory Notes to the Bearer.
When the time shall exceed Two Months after Date, or Sixty Days after sight, any sum of Money
Above not exceeding Above not exceeding
£   2   0   -   £   5   5
     5   5   -       20   0
   20   0   -       30   0
   30   0   -       50   0
   50   0   -     100   0
 100   0   -     200   0
   -   1   6
   -   2   0
   -   2   6
   -   3   6
   -   4   6
   -   5   0
£  200   0   -   £ 300   0
    300   0   -      500   0
    500   0   -    1000   0
  1000   0   -    2000   0
  2000   0   -    3000   0
Above £3000   0
   -     6   0
   -     8   6
   -   12   6
   -   15   0
   -   25   0
   -   30   0
Foreign Bills of Exchange, or Bills of Exchange drawn in, but payable out of, Ireland, if drawn singly, and not in a set, are subject to the same duty as an Inland Bill of the same amount and tenor.

Foreign Bills of Exchange, drawn in Sets

Above not exceeding Above not exceeding
£   10   0   -   £ 100   0
   100   0   -      200   0
   200   0   -      500   0
   500   0   -    1000   0
   -   1   6
   -   3   0
   -   4   0
   -   5   0
£ 1000   0   -   £2000   0
   2000   0   -     3000   0
   3000   0   and upwards
   -     7   6
   -   10   0
   -   15   0
Bill of Lading, which shall be signed of or for any goods, merchandise, or effects, to be exported or carried coastways, - 6d.

Promissory Notes, re-issuable.
If the sum shall not exceed £1 1s.

Above not exceeding Above not exceeding
£   1   1   -   £   2   2
     2   2   -        5   5
     5   5   -      10   0
   10   0   -      20   0
   -   0   10
   -     1   3
   -     1   9
   -     2   0
£  20   0   -   £  30   0
    30   0   -       50   0
    50   0   -     100   0
   -   3   0
   -   5   0
   -   8   6
Bonds given as Security for the Payment of Money
If the sum shall not exceed £50   -   £1
Above not exceeding Above not exceeding
£   50   0   -   £ 100   0
   100   0   -      200   0
   200   0   -      300   0
   300   0   -      500   0
   500   0   -    1000   0
 1000   0   -    2000   0
 2000   0   -    3000   0
   -   1   10
   -   2     0
   -   3     0
   -   4     0
   -   5     0
   -   6     0
   -   7     0
£ 3000   0   -   £ 4000   0
   4000   0   -      5000   0
   5000   0   -   10000   0
 10000   0   -   15000   0
 15000   0   -   20000   0
 20000   0   -   and above
   -     8   0
   -     9   0
   -   12   0
   -   15   0
   -   20   0
   -   25   0
Indemnity Bonds
Protest of any Bill of Exchange or Promissory Note, for any sum of money.
Not amounting to £20   0
£ 20   0   -   100   0
   -   2   0
   -   3   0
£ 100   and under £ 500
500 or upwards
   -     5   0
   -   10   0
Protests of any other kind   -   5s. 0d.

Licenses

To sell strong beer in casks not less than 4 1/2 imperial gallons, or in quart bottles, not less than 2 dozen   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   £   3   0   0
To sell beer, cyder, or perry, to be consumed on the premises, the dwelling house being valued under £20 per annum  -   -   -   £   1   2   0 1/2
And if valued at £20 per annum, or upwards    -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   £   3   6   1 3/4
To retail spirits, (the person not being a grocer,) the premises being valued under £10 per annum      -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   £   2   4   1

At £10 and under £20
At £20 and under £25
At £25 and under £30
 £ 4     8   2 1/4
 £ 6   12   3 1/2
 £ 7   14   4
At £30 and under £40
At £40 and under £50
At £50 or upwards
 £   8   16   4 3/4
 £   9   18   5 1/4
 £ 11     0   6
To retail spirits (the person being a licensed grocer,) in quantities not less than one pint, and not to be consumed on the premises, the house being valued under £25 per annum.
At £25 and under £30
At £30 and under £40
 £ 11   0   6
 £ 12   2   6 1/2
At £40 and under £50
At £50 and upwards
 £ 13   4   7
 £ 14   6   7 3/4

To retail sweets   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   £    1     2   0 1/2
To deal in foreign wine, the person not having a license to retail spirits, and a license to retail beer   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   £  10   10   0
To retail foreign wine, the person having a license to retail beer to be consumed on the premises, but not having a license to retail spirits to be so consumed   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   -   £    4      8   2  1/4
To retail foreign wine, the person having licenses to retail beer and spirits respectively, to be so consumed    -   -   -   -   -    £    2      4   1

To sell tea
To sell tobacco
To make soap for sale

£   0   11   6 1/2
     0     5   3
     4     4   0

By a Pawnb. in Dublin
Elsewhere in Ireland
Game Certificate

£ 15   0   0
     7  10   0
     3    0   0

THE ROYAL FAMILY   top

THE QUEEN (Alexandrina)  VICTORIA, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland ; only daughter of his late Royal Highness Edward Duke of Kent ; born May 24th, 1819 ; succeeded to the throne on the decease of her Uncle King William IV. of blessed memory, June 20th, 1837 ; Proclaimed June 21st ; Crowned Sovereign of these Realms, at Westminster, June 28, 1838. Married February 10th, 1840, at the Chapel Royal, St. James's with Field Marshal His Royal Highness Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel Duke of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, Knight of the most noble order of the Garter.

THE QUEEN DOWAGER, Amelia Adelaide Louisa Theresa (widow of his late Majesty William the IV.) ; sister to the reigning Duke of Saxe Meinengen ; born August 13, 1792 ; married July 11th, 1818.

THE QUEEN'S MOTHER, Victoria Maria Louisa, Duchess of Kent (widow of his late Royal Highness the Duke of Kent,) sister if the Duke of Saxe Coburg Gotha ; born August 17th, 1786 ; married May 29th, 1818.

Royal Princes and Princesses

Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, King of Hanover, born June 5th, 1771 ; married May 29th, 1815, to Frederica Carolina Sophia, daughter of the Duke of Macklenburg Strelitz, and widow of Frederick Wm., Prince of Solms Braunfels, born March 2, 1778, now deceased.
Issue, George Frederick, born May 27, 1819.

Aldophus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge, born February 24, 1774 ; married May 7, 1818, to Augusta Wilhelmina Louisa, daughter of the Landgrave of Hesse, born July 25, 1797.
Issue, George William, March 26, 1819, Augusta Caroline, July 19, 1822. Mary Adelaide, November 27, 1833. Mary, Duchess of Gloucester, born April 25, 1776. Sophia, born November 3, 1777.

Cousin to his late Majesty.

Princess Sophia Matilda of Gloucester, born May 29, 1773.

Related by Marriage

Prince Leopold of Saxe Coburg, now King of Belgium, married May 2, 1816, to the Princess Charlotte of Wales (daughter of his late Majesty George IV.) who died November 6, 1817.

HER MAJESTY'S MINISTERS

Duke of Wellington.
First Lord of the Treasury, (Prime Minister) Sir Robert Peel.
Chancellor of the Exchequer, H. Goulburn.
Lord Chancellor, Lord Lyndhurst.
Lord President of the Privy Council, Lord Wharnecliffe.
Lord Privy Seal, Duke of Buccleuch.
Secretary of State for Home Affairs, Sir James Graham.
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Earl of Aberdeen.
Secretary of State for Colonial Affairs, Lord Stanley.
First Lord of the Admiralty, Earl of Haddington.
President of the Board of Control, Lord Fitzgerald and Vesey.
President of the Board of Trade, Earl of Ripon.
Secretary at War, Sir Henry Hardinge.
Paymaster General, Sir E. Knatchbull.
The above compose the Cabinet.
Postmaster general, Lord Lowther.
Lord Chamberlain, Earl Delawarr.
Lord Steward, Earl of Liverpool.
Master of the Horse, Earl of Jersey.
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Lord Granville Somerset.
First Commissioner of Land Revenue, Earl of Lincoln.
Vice President of the Board of Trade and Master of the Mint, W. E. Gladstone.
Master General of the Ordnance, Sir George Murray.
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Earl de Grey.
Chief Secretary for Ireland, Lord Eliot.
Attorney General of England, Sir F. Pollock.
Solicitor General, Sir W. Follett.
Lord Advocate of Scotland, Duncan McNeill (M. Neill)
Solicitor General, Adam Anderson.
Solicitor General, R. W. Greene.
HER MAJESTY'S PRIVY COUNCIL
Lord President, Lord Wharncliffe
Prince Albert
King of Hanover
Duke of Cambridge
Archbishop of Canterbury
Lord High Chancellor
Archbishop of York
Lord Privy Seal
Earl Marshal
Lord Stewart
Lord Chamberlain

Dukes

Buckingham
Devonshire
Dorset
Hamilton
Montrose
Northumberland
Portland
Richmond
Wellington

Marquesses

Anglesea
Cholmondeley
Clanricarde
Conyngham
Exeter
Lansdowne
Londonderry
Normandy
Salisbury
Sligo
Westminster
Winchester

Earls

Aberdeen
Albemarle
Amherst
Auckland
Beverley
Carlisle
Cathcart
Chesterfield
Clare
Clarendon
Denbigh
De Gray

 

Erroll
Fortescue
Gosford
Granville
Grey
Haddington
Harrowby
Howe
Jersey
Lichfield
Minto
Mornington
Ripon
Roden
Rosebery
Rosslyn
Shaftesbury
Spencer
Talbot
Tankerville
Westmoreland
Wilton

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Belfast, Earl of
Jermyn, Earl
Russell, Lord John
Uxbridge, Earl of

Viscounts

Beresford
Canterbury
Combermere
Falkland
Hereford
Hill
Melbourne
Melville
Palmerston
Sidmouth
Strangford

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Bruce, Lord E.
Castlereagh, Viscount
Duncannon, Viscount
Egerton, Lord Francis
Eliot, Lord
Fitzroy, Lord Charles
Grosvenor, Lord R.
Hill, Lord A. M.
Howick, Viscount
Lincoln, Earl of
Lowther, Viscount
Morpeth, Viscount
Somerset, Lord G.
Stanley, Lord

Barons

Bishop of London
Abinger
Ashburton
Beauvale
Bexley
Bloomfield
Brougham and Vaux
Campbell
Carteret
Cottenham
Cowley
Denman
Dunfermline
Ellenborough
Elphinstone
Fitzgerald and Vesey
Foley
Forester
Glenelg
Hatherton
Heytesbury
Kinnaird
Langdale
Monteagle
Plunkett
Stuart de Rothesay
Wallace
Willoughby de Eresby
Wynford



Commoners



Adair, Sir Robert
Adam, Sir Frederick
Arbuthnot, C.
Bagot, Hon. Sir C.
Baring, Francis T.
Beckett, Sir J. Bart.
Bosanquet, Sir J. B.
Bourne, W. Sturges
Boyle, David
Bruce, Sir J. L. K.
Brydges, Sir H. J.
Byng, Hon G. S.
Canning, Sir S.
Cockburn, Sir George, Bart.
Corry, Hon. H. L.
Croker, J. Wilson.
Damer, Hon. G. L.
Dawson, George R.
D'Eyncourt, C. T.
Dundas, William
East, Sir E. H., Bart.
Ellice, Edward
Ellis, Henry

Erskine, Hon. T.
Foster, Sir A. J., Bart.
Fremantle, Sir W. H.
Frere, J. Hookham
Gladstone, Wm. E.
Gordon, Hon. Sir R.
Goulburn, Henry
Graham, Sir J. R. G., Bart.
Grenville, Thomas
Grey, Sir C. E
Grey, Sir George
Hardinge, Sir Henry
Herries, John C.
Hobhouse, Sir John Cam, Bart.
Hobhouse, Henry
Hope, Charles
Jenner-Fust, Sir Herbert
Johnston, Sir A.
Kempt, Sir James
Knatchbull, Sir Edward, Bart.
Labouchere, Henry
Lefevre, C. Shaw, speaker
Lewis, Thomas F.
Lushington, S. R.
Lushington, Stephen
Macaulay, T. B.
Mackenzie, Holt.
Mackenzie, J. A. S.
Maule, Hon. Fox
Metcalfe, Sir C., Bart.
Murray, Sir George
Newport, Sir John, Bart.
Nicholl, Dr. J.
Ouseley, Sir George, Bart.
Parke, Sir James
Peel, Sir Robert, Bart.
Peel, Wm. Yates
Pierremont, Hon. H.
Planta, Joseph
Rose, Sir G. H., Bart.
Shadwell, Sir L.
Sheil, Richard Lalor
Smith, Robert V.
Stanley, Hon. E. J.
Sugden, Sir Edward
Taylor, Sir Brook
Thornton, Sir E.
Tyndal, Sir N. C.
Vaughan, Sir C. R.
Warrender, Sir G., Bart.
Wigram, Sir James
Wynn, C. W. W.
Wynn, H. W. W.

Chief Clerk of the Council, J. Barrett Lennard.

 

 

LORD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND   top
from 1361 to 1842, both years inclusive

1361, Lionel, Earl of Ulster
1379, Edmund Mortimer, Earl of March
1382, Philip Courtney, Lord Birmingham General
1384, Robert De Vere, Earl of Oxford
1394, King Richard II, in person
1395, Roger Mortimer, Earl of March and Ulster
1399, King Richard II, in person, (2nd time)
1401, Thomas, Earl of Lancaster
1410, John, Duke of Bedford
1413, Edward, Earl of March
1414, Sir John Talbot
1416, Thomas, Earl of Lancaster
1427, Sir John De Grey
1428, Sir J. Sutton, Lord Dudley
1432, Sir Thomas Stanley
1438, Lion, Lord Wells
1440, James, Earl of Ormond
1446, J., Earl of Shrewsbury
1449, Richard, Duke of York
1461, George, Duke of Clarence, for life
1479, Richard, Duke of York
1483, Prince Edward, son to Richard III
1485, John de la Pole, Earl of Lincoln
1490, Jasper, Duke of Bedford
1496, Gerald, Earl of Kildare, and in 1504
1501, Henry, Duke of York, afterwards Henry VIII
1504, Gerald, Earl of Kildare
1520, Thomas Howard, Earl of Surrey
1530, Henry, Duke of Richmond
1558, Thomas, Earl of Sussex
1598, Robert, Earl of Essex
1599, Sir Charles Blount, Lord Mountjoy
1639, Thomas, Lord Viscount Wentworth, Earl of Strafford
1643, James, Marquess of Ormond
1649, Oliver Cromwell
1660, James Butler, Duke, Marquess and Earl of Ormond
1669, John Roberts, Lord Roberts
1670, J. Berkeley, Lord Berkeley
1672, Arthur Capel, Earl of Essex
1677, James Butler, Duke of Ormond
1685, Henry Hyde, Earl of Clarendon
1686, Richard Talbot, Earl of Tyrconnell
1690, Henry Sidney, Lord Sidney
1695, Henry Capel, Lord Capel
1701, Lau. Hyde, Earl of Rochester
1713, Oct 27, Chas., Duke of Shrewsbury
1717, Aug 7, Charles, Duke of Bolton
1721, Aug. 28, Charles, Duke of Grafton
1724, October 22, John, Lord Carteret
1731, Sept. 11, Lionel, Duke of Dorset & again Sept. 19, 1751
1737, Sept. 7, Wm., Duke of Devonshire
1745, Aug. 31, Philip, Earl of Chesterfield
1747, Sept. 13, Wm., Earl of Harrington
1751, Sept. 19, Lionel, Duke of Dorset
1755, May 5, Wm., Marquis of Hartington
1757, Sept. 25, John, Duke of Bedford
1761, Oct. 6, George, Earl of Hailfax
1763, Sept. 22, Hugh, Earl of Northumberland
1765, Oct. 18, Francis, Earl of Hertford
1767, Oct. 14, George, Viscount Townshend
1772, Nov. 30, Simon, Earl Harcourt
1777, Jan. 25, John, Earl of Buckinghamshire
1780, April 14, Wm. Henry, Duke of Portland
1780, Dec. 23, Frederick, Earl of Carlisle
1782, Sept. 15, George, Earl Temple and again Dec. 16, 1787, as Marquess of Buckingham
1783, June 3, Robert, Earl of Northington
1784, Feb. 24, Charles, Duke of Rutland, died 24th October, 1787
1787, Dec. 16, George, Marquess of Buckingham
1790, Jan. 5, John, Earl of Westmoreland
1795, Jan. 4, William, Earl Fitzwilliam
1795, March 31, John, Earl Camden
1798, June 20, Charles, Marquis Cornwallis
1801, May 25, Philip, Earl of Hardwicke
1806, March 18, John, Duke of Bedford
1807, April 19, Charles, Duke of Richmond
1813, Aug. 26, Charles, Earl Whitworth
1817, Oct. 9, Charles, Earl Talbot
1821, Dec. 29, Richard, Marquess Wellesley and again Sept. 26, 1833
1828, March 1, Henry, Marquess of Anglesey, and again Dec. 23, 1830
1829, March 6, Hugh, Duke of Northumberland
1830, Dec. 23, Henry, Marquis of Anglesey
1833, Sept. 26, Richard, Marquis Wellesley
1834, Dec. 29, Thomas, Earl of Haddington
1835, April 23, Henry Constantine, Earl of Mulgrave
1839, April 3, Hugh, Viscount Ebrington
1841, Sept. 15, Thos. Philip, Earl De Grey
1703, James Butler, Duke of Ormond, and in 1711
1707, Thomas Herbert, Earl of Pembroke
1709, Thomas Wharton, Earl of Wharton
1711, July 3, James, Duke of Ormond

Tenant's Deductions from Rent on account of Poor Rate

This Tax being imposed on the annual value of each Tenement, say 5d. on £30, £60, or whatever the valuation may amount to ; the Tenant is to deduct one half of the Rate, say 2 1/2d. from every Pound in the year's Rent, when paying either a Half Year's, Quarter's, Month's, or Week's Gale.
Suppose the annual value is £50, the rate of 5d. will amount to £1 0s. 10d.; and in paying a Half Year's Rent of £25, the tenant must deduct fifty times 2 1/2d., or he will not retain 10s 5d., being half the tax paid. In like manner, on paying a Quarter's Rent of £12 10s. he is also to deduct fifty times 2 1/2d ; for, if he deducted only 2 1/2d for each Pound paid, he would retain but 2s. 7 1/4d., 1-8th of the Tax. Again, on paying a Month's Rent of £4 3s. 4d., or, in paying a Week's Rent of 19s 3d., he must still deduct 50 times 2 1/2d to get his 10s. 5d.
The Rate is imposed for a Year ; it may happen that no further rate will be necessary in the Year, or, it may occur that three or four Rates will be necessary, still each Rate is for the Year, and is either the whole amount required, or an installment.
In any event, it is levied on a Year's Value, and Landlords are to allow their Tenants one half of each Rate of 5d., 6d., or whatever it may be out of every Pound in the Year's Rent, when receiving either a Half Year, Quarter's, Month's, or Week's Gale, otherwise the Landlords who receive Monthly or Weekly Rents, would be liable to a much smaller proportion of the Rate than those who are paid Quarterly, and still smaller than those paid Half Yearly, as will be seen by the computation already made.
The words of the Poor Relief Act are :- "Where the Person occupying said Property shall be liable to pay a Rent in respect of the same, he may deduct from such Rent for each Pound of the Rent which he shall be liable so to pay, one half of the sum which he shall have paid as Rate in respect of each Pound of the net annual value, whether such Rent shall be greater or less than said net annual value." - Act 1 & 2 Vic., c.56, s. 74.
If the Tear's Rent be greater than the annual value, the Tenant will deduct more than half the amount of the Tax. Thus, a Rate of 5d on an annual Value of £50, being as already stated £1 0s. 10d., if the annual Rent be £80, the Tenant will deduct for the first Gale falling due, after the Rate is declared by the Guardians, eighty times 2 1/2d., or 16s. 8d. On the other hand, if the annual Rent be less than the Value, say, £40, the deduction will be only forty times 2 1/2d. or 8s. 4d.
The Tenant and Landlord become liable to the Rate at the same moment, therefore a Rate declared in April, 1840, attaches to Rent then accruing, and not to a Gale previously due. It attaches to a Gale due in May or Midsummer, or Michaelmas, but not to the Gale due in the preceding March, although still unpaid.
The persons "immediately liable" to pay Tithe Rent Charge, are entitled to deduct the whole amount of each Poundage Rate, that is, the entire 5d, 6d, or 10d, as the case may be, from each Pound in the annual amount of the Rent Charge. (Sec. 76)

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LONDON BANKERS   top

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Bank of England, Threadneedle Street.
Barclay, Bevan & Co., 54 Lombard Street.
Barnard, Dimsdale & Co., 59 Cornhill
Barnett, Hoare & Co., 62 Lombard Street.
Bosanquet, Pitt & Co., 73 Lombard Street.
Bouverie, Norman & Co., 11 Haymark
Brown, Janson & Co., 32 Abchurch Lane.
Call, Sir W. P. & Co., 25 Old Bond Street.
Child & Co., 1 Fleet Street, Temple Bar
Cocks, Biddulph & Co., 43 Charing Cross
Cockburn & Co., 4 Whitehall
Champion & Co., 11 West Smithfield
Coutts & Co., 59 Strand
Cunliffes, Brooks & Co., 29 Lombard Street
Curries & Co., 29 Cornhill
De Lisle Janvrin & Co., 16 Devonshire Square
Denison, Jos., & Co., Lombard Street
Dixons, Brooks, & Co., 25 Chancery Lane
Dorrien, Magens, Mello, & Co., 22 Finch Lane
Drewett & Fowler, 4 Princes Street, Bank
Drummonds & Co., 49 Charing Cross
Feltham, John & Co., 42 Lombard Street
Fullers & Co., 84 Cornhill
Glyn, Sir R. Carr, Bart., & Co., 67 Lombard Street
Goslings & Sharpe, 19 Fleet Street
Hanburys, Taylor & Lloyd, 60 Lombard Street
Hankeys & Co., 7 Fenchurch Street
Herries, Farquhar & Co., 16 St. James's Street
Hill & Sons, 17 West Smithfield
Hoares, 37 Fleet Street
Hopkinson, Barton & Co., 3 Regent Street
Jones, Lloyd & Co., 43 Lothbury
Jones & Son, 41 West Smithfield
Kinlock, G. F., & Sons, 1 New Broad Street
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Lubbock, Sir J. W., Bart., & Co., 11 Mansionhouse Street
Masterman, Peters, & Co., 35 Nicholas Lane
Preads, Mackworth, & Co., 189 Fleet Street
Prescott, Grote, & Co., 62 Threadneedle Street
Price, Sir C., Bt., & Co., King William Street
Pocklington & Lacy, 60 West Smithfield
Puget, Bainbridges, & Co., 12 St. Paul's
Ranson & Co., Pall Mall East
Robarts, Curtis, & Co., 15 Lombard Street
Rogers, Olding & Co., 29 Clements Lane
Scott, Sir C., Bt., & Co., 1 Cavendish Square
Smith, Payne, & Co., King William Street
Snow, Strachan & Pauls, 217 Strand
Spooner, Attwood, & Co., 27 Grace Church Street
Stevenson, Salt & Sons, 20 Lombard Street
Stone, Martin & Stones, 68 Lombard Street
Stride & Sons, 6 Copthall Court
Twinings, 215 Strand
Vere, Sapte, & Co., 77 Lombard Street
Weston & Young, Wellington Street, Borough
Williams, Deacon, & Co., 20 Birchen Lane
Willis, Percival, & Co., 76 Lombard Street
Ireland, Provincial Bank of, 42 Old Broad Street
Ireland, National Bank of, 13 Old Broad Street
London Joint Stock Bank, Princes Street, Bank and Pall Mall East
London and Westminster, Loftbury
Waterloo Place
High Holborn
Wellington Street, Borough
High Street, Whitechapel
Oxford Street
National & Provincial Bank, 112 Bishopsgate Street Within
London & County Banking Company, 71 Lombard Street
Commercial Bank of London, 3 Moorgate Street, 5 & 6 Henrietta Street
Union Bank of London, 8 Moorgate Street, Argyll Place

IRISH BANKERS   top

The numbers following the names of the Irish Bankers give the Houses they draw upon in London, viz. - "Belfast. Northern Banking Company, 23,"
thus it will be seen by referring to the corresponding No. 23 in the List of London Bankers above, that they draw upon Sir R. Carr Glynn, Bt., & Co.
No. 67, Lombard Street

Antrim, Branch of Ulster Banking Company
Armagh, Branch of Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Belfast Banking Company
   Branch of Northern Banking Company
   Branch of Ulster Banking Company
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
Athlone, Branch of Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Ballina, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
Ballinasloe, Branch of Bank of Ireland
   Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Ballymena, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
   Branch of Northern Banking Company
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
Ballymoney, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
   Branch of Ulster Banking Company
Ballyshannon, Provincial Bank of Ireland
Banbridge, Provincial Bank of Ireland
Banagher, National Bank of Ireland
Bandon, Provincial Bank of Ireland
Belfast, Ulster Banking Company (Head Office)
   Northern Banking Company, (Head Office)
   Belfast Banking Company, (Head Office)
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Bank of Ireland
Boyle, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Carlow, Branch of Bank of Ireland
Carrickfergus, Branch of Northern Banking Company
Carrick-on-Suir, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Cashel, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Castlerea, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Cavan, Provincial Bank of Ireland
Charleville, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Clones, Branch of Northern Banking Company
Clonmel, Branch of Bank of Ireland
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Coleraine, Branch Belfast Banking Company
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Northern Banking Company
Cookstown, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
Cootehill, Provincial Bank of Ireland
Cork, Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Bank of Ireland
   Branch National Bank of Ireland
   D. Laen and Son
Downpatrick, Branch Northern Banking Company
   Branch of Provincial Bank of Ireland
Drogheda, Branch of Bank of Ireland
Dublin, Soln Watson
   James Benjamin Ball & Co.
   Boyle, Low, Pim & Co.
   Henry Lanauze
   J. D. Latouche & Co.
   Robert Gray & Co.
   Bank of Ireland
   Hibernian Joint Stock Banking Company
   National Bank of Ireland
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Royal Bank of Ireland
Dundalk, Branch of Bank of Ireland
   National Bank of Ireland
Dungannon, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
Dungarvan, Provincial Bank of Ireland
   National Bank of Ireland
Ennis, Branch of Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Enniscorthy, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Enniskillen, Branch of Ulster Banking Company
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
Fermoy, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Galway, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
   41
   12
   16
   23
   41
   51
   51
     4
     4
   51
1 21
     4
   16
   23
   51
   16
   41
   51
   51
     4
   51
   41
   23
   16
   51
   12
     4
1 21
   23
     4
     4
     4
   51
     4
   23
   12
   51
     4
   16
   51
   23
   16
   51
   51
   12
     4
   44
   23
   51
   12
   44
   45
   60
   55
   44
   67
1 21
   23
     4
   51
   67
1 21
     4
   16
   51
   51
     4
   51
     4
     4
   41
   51
     4
     4
   Branch of Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Bank of Ireland
Kanturk, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Kilkenny, Branch of Bank of Ireland
   Branch of National Bank of Ireland
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
Kilrush, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
Larne, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
Letterkenny, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
Limerick, Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Bank of Ireland
   Branch of National Bank of Ireland
   D. F. G. Mahony
Lisburn, Branch of Northern Banking Company
Londonderry, Branch of Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Belfast Banking Company
   Branch of Northern Banking Company
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
Longford, Branch of Bank of Ireland
   Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Loughrea, National Bank of Ireland
Lurgan, Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Belfast Banking Company
   Branch of Northern Banking Company
Magherafelt, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
   Branch of Northern Banking Company
Mallow, Provincial Bank of Ireland
Mitchelstown, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Moate, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Monaghan, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
Moneymore, Provincial Bank of Ireland
Mountmelick, Branch of Bank of Ireland
Nenagh, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
New Ross, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Bank of Ireland
Newry, National Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Bank of Ireland
Newtownards, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
Newtownlimavady, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
   Branch of Northern Banking Company
Omagh, Provincial Bank of Ireland
Parsonstown, Provincial Bank of Ireland
Portadown, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
   Branch of Ulster Banking Company
Roscommon, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Roscrea, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Skibbereen, Provincial Bank of Ireland
Sligo, Branch of Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Branch of National Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Bank of Ireland
Strabane, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
Tallow, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Tandragee, Branch of Belfast Banking Company
   Branch of Ulster Banking Company
Thurles, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Tipperary, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Tralee, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Provincial Bank of Ireland
Tuam, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Tullamore, Branch of Bank of Ireland
Waterford, Branch of National Bank of Ireland
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Bank of Ireland
Westport, Branch of Bank of Ireland
   Branch of National Bank of Ireland
Wexford, Branch of Bank of Ireland
   Branch of National Bank of Ireland
   Provincial Bank of Ireland
Youghall, Provincial Bank of Ireland
   Branch of Bank of Ireland
   51
1 21
     4
1 21
     4
   51
     4
    51
   16
   16
   51
1 12
     4
   44
   23
1 12
   16
   23
   51
1 12
     4
     4
   51
   16
   23
   16
   23
   51
     4
     4
   16
   51
   51
1 12
     4
     4
   12
     4
1 12
   16
   16
   23
   51
   51
   16
   41
     4
     4
   51
   51
     4
1 12
   16
   51
     4
   16
   41
     4
     4
     4
6 12
   51
     4
1 12
     4
   51
1 12
1 12
     4
1 12
     4
   51
   51
1 12

TARIFF OF CUSTOMS   top
N. B. - The rates shown below (except those on Spirits and Corn) were increased 5 per cent. by Act 3 & 4 Victoria. 17.
Duties on Imports
The first column of figures show the amount imposed on the goods of or from Foreign Countries, the second, of and from British Possessions

1. Animals (living) and Articles of Food

Oxen and Bulls, each
Cows
Calves
Horses
Sheep
Lambs
Hogs
Beef and Pork, per cwt.
Hams and Bacon
Butter
Cheese
Corn (see page 96)
Potatoes
Sago
Onions, per bushel
Arrow-root, per cwt.
Salmon
Apples, raw, per bushel
Currants, per cwt.
Figs
Grapes, per cent.
Nuts, per bushel
Oranges and Lemons in boxes, not exceeding 5000 cubic inches, per box
5000 to 7300, do
7300 to 14,000 do
Every additional 1000, do
Raisins, per cwt.
Rice, clean
Rice in the husk, per qr.
Honey, per cwt.
Ale and Beer, per barrel

2. Spices

Cassia lignea, per lb.
Cinnamon
Ginger, per cwt.
Nutmegs, per lb.
Pimento, per cwt.
Pepper, per lb.

3. Seeds

Clover, per cwt.
Lint, Hemp, Rape, per qr.
Mustard, per bushel
Tares, per qr.

4. Timber

Timber, not being deals, battens, boards, staves, handspikes, oars, or other wood dressed, except hewn, and not otherwise charges, per load
Deals, battens, boards
Staves
These rates come into operation Oct. 10, 1843
Teak
Mahogany & Rosewood, ton

5. Minerals and Metal Manufacturers

Brimstone, per cwt
Bullion and Coin
Copperas, per ton
Iron, pig
Iron bars, unwrought
Iron, wrought, per cent
Metal Manufacturers
Plate, gold & silver
Zinc, crude, per ton
  "      rolled

6. Oils

Castor, per cwt.
Cocoa-nut
Linseed & Hempseed, tun.
Olive, per tun.
Palm, per cwt.
Spermaceti, per tun.
Train

7. Dyes, Drugs, Resins, etc.

Aloes, per lb.
Ashes, pearl, pot, per cwt.
Bark, tanner's
Fustic, per ton.
Gums and shellac, per cwt.
Indigo
Logwood, per ton.
Madder, per cwt.
       "        root
Opium, per lb.
Saltpetre, per cwt.
Wax, unbleached

8. Skins, Furs, Hides

Kid, dressed, per 100
Sheep, undressed, per 12
     "    tanned or tawed, per 100
Musquash & Nutria, per 100
Hides, dry, per cwt.
    "       wet,

9. Leather Manufacturers

Boots, men's, 12 pairs
   "   women's, 12 pairs
Shoes, men's
    "   women's
Gloves, women's
     "    men's, & habit
Unenumerated, per cent.

 

   20
   15
   10
   20
     3
     2
     5
     8
   14
   20
   10

     0
     1
     0
     5
   10
     0
   22
   15
 100
     2

     2
     3
     7
     0
   15
     6
     7
   10
   40

 

     0
     0
   10
     3
     5
     0

 

   10
     0
     1
     5

 




   25
   32
   28


   10
   20

 

     0
   free
   20
     5
   20
}
} (£15)
  (£10)
     1
   50

 

     1
     1
 120
   40
     0
 300
 120

 

     0
     0
     0
     2
     1
     2
     2
     0
     0
     1
     0
     2

 

     5
     0
   12
     1
     0
    0

 

   28
   12
   14
     9
     4
     3
  (£15)

 


     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     6

     2
     0
     6
     0
     0
     6
     2
     0
     0
     0

     6
     9
     6
    7 1/2
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0

 

     3
     6
     0
     6
     0
     6

 

     0
     1
     3
     0

 




     0
     0
     0


     0
     0

 

     6
   free
     0
     0
     0



     0
     0

 

     3
     3
     0
     0
     6
     0
     0

 

     2
     6
     3
     0
     0
     0
     0
     6
     3
     0
     6
     0

 

     0
     6
     0
     0
     6
     3

 

     0
     0
     0
     0
     6
     6

 

 

   10
     7
     5
   10
     1
     1
     2
     2
     3
     5
     2

     0
     1
     0
     1
   free
     0
   22
   15
 100
     2

     2
     3
     7
     0
     7
     0
     0
     5
   40

 

     0
     0
     5
     2
     5
     0

 

     5
     0
     0
     2

 




     1
     2
     2


     1
     5

 

     0
   free
   10
     1
     2

  (£15)
  (£10)
     1
   50

 

     1
     0
   20
   20
     0
     1
     1

 

     0
   free
     0
     1
     1
     1
     2
     0
     0
     1
     0
     1

 

     2
     0
     6
     0
     0
     0

 

   28
   12
   14
     9
     4
     3
  (£15)

 


     0
     6
     0
     0
     6
     0
     6
     0
     6
     0
     6

     1
     0
     3
     0
   free
     2
     2
     0
     0
     0

     6
     9
     6
    7 1/2
     6
     6
     1
     0
     0

 

     1
     3
     0
     6
     0
     6

 

     0
     1
     6
     6

 




     0
     0
     0


     0
     0

 

     3
   free
     0
     0
     6


   (£!0)
     0
     0

 

     3
    7 1/2
     0
     0
     6
     0
     0

 

     1
   free
     1
     0
     0
     0
     0
     6
     3
     0
     6
     0

 

     6
     3
     0
     6
     2
     1

 

     0
     0
     0
     0
     6
     6

 

10. Cotton, Linen, Wool, Silk Manufacturers

Cotton wool, per cwt.
     "  Manufacturers
Flax and Tow
Plain Linen and diaper
Cambrics and French lawns, per piece of eight yards, by 7/8 yard
Lace, lace thread, per cent
Sheep's wool, below 1s. per lb. in value, per lb.
   - of greater value
Woollen manufacturer, cwt.
Silk, raw, per lb
    "   thrown, undyed
   "           "       dyed
Manufacturers of silk or satin, plain per lb
Satin, figured
Gauze, plain
Crape, plain
Velvet, plain
    "     figured
Fancy silk net
Plain silk lace, per sq. yard
Silks unenumerated, per cent
Silks made up, per cent

11. Glass and Earthenware

Bottles, wickered, per cwt.
      "    and for excise
     "    unenumerated
     "    and for excise
Glass, flint & cut, per cent
    "    and for excise, cwt.
    "   crown or window, not above 1/9th of an inch in thickness, per cwt.
   "   and for excise
   "   German sheet
   "   and for excise
Glass manufacturers unenumerated
   "   and for excise
Porcelain, plain, per cent
Earthenware, per cent.

12. Naval Stores

Cables, per cwt.
Hemp, dressed
   "   undressed
Pitch
Tar, per last of 12 barrels, each not exc. 31 1/2 gals.
Turpentine, in value not above 9s. per cwt.. per cwt.
     "     9s. to 15s.
     "    above 15s.

13. Sugar, Coffee, Cocoa, Tea, Tobacco

Sugar, muscovado, per cwt.
    "  refined
Molasses
Coffee, per lb.
Cocoa
Tea
Tobacco, unmanufactured
      "   cigars
Snuff

14. Spirits and Wines

Spirits, proof, per gall.
Wine

15. Miscellaneous

Baskets, per cent.
Books, printed before 1801, per cwt.
     "   since 1801
     "   in foreign living languages, printed since 1801
Bones, per ton
Boxes, per cent
Bristles, rough, per cwt.
    "   sorted, per lb.
Candles, wax
      "   tallow, per cwt.
Carriages, per cent
Casks
Clocks
Cork, (after July 5, 1843) per ton
Corks, ready made, per lb.
Feathers for beds, per cwt.
Flowers, artificial, (not silk), per cent
Hats, chip, per lb.
   "  or bonnets of straw
   "  felt or beaver, each
   "  silk shag laid on other material, each
Ivory, per cwt.
Mats, matting, per cent
Musical instruments, per cent
Paper, brown, per lb.
   "   other sorts
   "   hangings, sq. yd.
Pencils and pens, per cent
Platting, chip, per lb.
      "    straw
Prints, single, each
    "   stitched up, 12
Quills, goose, 1000
Rags, per ton
Salt
Soap, hard, per cwt.
    "   soft
Sponge, per lb.
Starch, per cwt.
Tallow
Toys, per cent
Watches
Manufactured goods not specially charged, per cent
Unmanufactured, do.



     2
  (£10)
     0
  (£15)

     5
 12 10s
     0
     0
  (£15)
     0
     1
     2
   11
   15
   17
   16
   22
   27
   24
     1
  (£30)
  (£30)

 

     4
     7
   20
   20
    £30
   20

   30
 103
   30
   84
   20
   20
   £15
   £10

 

     6
     4
     0
     0
     2
     0
     1
     5

 

   63
 168
   23
     0
     0
     2
     3
     9
     6

 

   22
     5

 

   (£10)
   20
 100
   50
     0
   (£10)
     2
     0
     0
   10
   (£20)
   (£25)
   (£20)
     1
     0
   20
   (£25)
     5
     8
     2
     3
     1
    (£5)
   (£15)
     0
     0
     1
   (£15)
     2
     7
     0
     0
     0
     0
   free
   30
   20
     0
   10
     3
    £10
    £10
    £10
     £5

   11

     1

 
     0

  0 1/2
     1

     1
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     6
     0
     4

 

     0
     0
     0
     0

     0

   30
 103
   30
   84
   20
   20

 

     0
     0
     1
     6
     6
     1
     0
     0

 

     0
     0
     9
     8
     4
     1
     0
     0
     0

 

   10
     6

 


     0
     0
     0
     6

     6
     3
     4
     0



     0
     8
     0

     0
     6
     6
     6
     0


     3
  4 1/2
     0

     6
     6
     1
     3
     6
     6

     0
     0
     6
     0
     2





     0
   (£5)
     0
  (£15)

     5
 12 10
   free
   free
   (£5)
     0
     0
     1
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
   (£5)
  (£30)

 

     4
     7
   20
   20
   £30
   20

   30
 103
   30
   84
   20
   20
   £15
   £10

 

     3
     2
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     2

 

   24
 168
     9
     0
     0
     2
     3
     9
     6

 

     9
     2

 

   (£10)
   20
 100
   50
     0
    (£5)
     2
     0
     0
  10 



     1
     0
   10
   (£25)
     5
     8
     2
     3
     1
 £2 1/2
   (£15)
     0
     0
     1
    £15
     2
     7
     0
     0
     0
     0
   free
   20
   15
     0
     5
     0
    £10
    £10
    £10
     £5

     4

     1


     0




     1
     6
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0

 

     0
     0
     0
     0

     0

     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0

 

     0
     0
     1
     1
     6
     1
     3
     6

 

     0
     0
     0
     4
     1
     1
     0
     0
     0

 

     4
     9

 


     0
     0
     0
     6

     6
     3
     4
     0



     0
     8
     0

     0
     6
     6
     6
     0


     3
   4 1/2
     0

     6
     6
     1
     3
     3
     6

     0
     0
     1
     0
     3





Import Duties on Corn, if Imported from and Foreign Country.

Average price of British Corn,
Wheat, under 51s. per qr.
     "        51s. and under 52s.
     "        52s. and under 55s.
     "        55s. and under 56s.
     "        56s. and under 57s.
     "        57s. and under 58s.
     "        58s. and under 59s.
     "        59s. and under 60s.
     "        60s. and under 61s.
     "        61s. and under 62s.
     "        62s. and under 63s.
     "        63s. and under 64s.
     "        64s. and under 65s.
     "        65s. and under 66s.
     "        66s. and under 69s.
     "        69s. and under 70s.
     "        70s. and under 71s.
     "        71s. and under 72s.
     "        72s. and under 73s.
     "        73s. and upwards













































   20
   19
   18
   17
   16
   15
   14
   13
   12
   11
   10
     9
     8
     7
     6
     5
     4
     3
     2
     1

     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0

Barley, Maize, Buck Wheat, Bear or Bigg,
under 26s. per qr.
26s. and under 27s.
27s. and under 30s.
and for each 1s. above 29s. and under 37s. a decrease of 1s.
When at or above 37s.
Oats, under 19s. per qr.
19s. and under 20s.
20s. and under 23s.
and for each 1s. above 22s. and under 27s. a decrease of 1s.
When at or above 27s.
Rye, Pease & Beans
under 30s. per qr.
30s. and under 33s.
and for each 1s. above 32s. and under 42s. a decrease of 1s.
When at or above 42s.
Wheat, Meal and Flower, per barrel of 196lbs. Duty equal to that on 38 1/2 gallons of wheat.
Oatmeal, per quantity of 181 1/2 lbs.
Duty equal to that on 1 quarter of oats.













































   11
   10
     9


     1
     8
     7
     6


     1

   11
   10


     1




     0
     0
     0


     0
     0
     0
     0


     0

     6
     0


     0



If Produce of, and Imported from, any British Possession out of Europe

Wheat, under 55s. per qr.
     55s. and under 56s.
     56s. and under 57s.
     57s. and under 58s.
     58s. and upwards
Barley, Maize, Buck Wheat, Bear or Biggs. under 28s.
     28s. and under 29s.
     29s. and under 30s.
     30s. and under 31s.
     31s. and upwards

























     5
     4
     3
     2
     1

     2
     2
     1
     1
     0

     0
     0
     0
     0
     0

     6
     0
     6
     0
     6

Oats, under 22s.
     22s. and under 23s.
     23s. and upwards
Rye, Pease & Beans, under 30s. per qr.
     30s. and under 31s.
     31s. and under 32s.
     32s. and under 33s.
     33s. and under 34s.
     34s. and upwards
Wheat, Meal and Flour, per barrel of 196lbs.
Duty equal to that on 38 1/2 gallons of wheat.
Oatmeal, per quantity of 181 1/2 lbs.
Duty equal to that on 1 quarter of oats.
























     2
     1
     0
     3
     2
     2
     1
     1
     0



     0
     6
     6
     0
     6
     0
     6
     0
     6



Duties on Produce of United Kingdom Exported

Coal in a British ship, namely, Not being Small Coal, per ton.
Small Coal





     2
     1

     0
     0
Coal, in a foreign ship, per ton
Wools and Skins, per cwt.
Clay and China stone




     4
     1
     0
     0
     0
     3

Excise Duties

N.B. By Act 3 and 4 Vict. c. 17, 5 per cent, was added to all the Excise Duties except those on Spirits

Auctions, furniture, pictures, books, horses, carriages, etc. per £1
Auctions, lands, houses, ships, plate, jewels, etc.
Auctions, British wool sold for growers or first purchasers.
Bricks, for every 1000 of a size not exc.
150 cub. inches.
Bricks, every 1000 cub. inches.
Glass, bottle, per cwt.
    "     broad, crown and German sheet.
    "     plate, for material employed in making it.
   "     flint, charged on fluxed material, 100 lbs.
Hops, per lb.
Malt from Barley, per bushel
   "   bear or bigg
Paper and pasteboard, per lb.
Soap, hard
Soap, soft
Spirits, in England, per gallon
     "    Scotland and Ireland
Vinegar

Annual Licenses

Auctioneers
Beer, brewers of strong beer not exceeding 20 barrels
       20 to 50 barrels
       50 to 100 barrels
     100 to 1000 barrels
   1000 to 2000 barrels
   2000 to 5000 barrels
   5000 to 7000 barrels
   7000 to 10000 barrels
10000 to 20000 barrels
Brewers of table beer, not exceeding 20 barrels
       20 to 50 barrels
       50 to 100 barrels
exceeding 100 barrels











































     0

     0

     0

     0
     0
     0
     3

     3

     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0



     5

     0
     1
     1
     2
     3
     7
   11
   15
   30

     0
     1
     1
     2

     1

     0

     0

     5
   10
     7
   13

     0

     6
     0
     2
     2
     0
     0
     0
     7
     3
     0



     0

   10
     0
   10
     0
     0
   10
     5
     0
     0

   10
     0
   10
     0

     0

     7

     2

   10
     0
     0
     6

     0

     8
     2
     7
     0
  1 1/2
  1 1/2
     1
   10
     8
     2



     0

     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0

     0
     0
     0
     0
Brewers, retail under 5 George IV. chap.54
Sellers of strong beer only, not being brewers
Retailers, rent under £20
                 at £20 or upward
Coffee, Tea, Cocoa, or pepper dealers
Glass Makers, each house
Maltsters, malt not exc. 50 qrs.
and 7s. 6d. for each additional 50 qrs. up to 550 qrs.
exceeding 550 qrs.
not exceeding 5 qrs.
Paper Makers or stainers
Soap Makers
Spirits, distillers and rectifiers
     "    dealers, not retailers
     "    retailers, rent under £10
   at £10 and under £20
   at £20 and under £25
   at £25 and under £30
   at £30 and under £40
   at £40 and under £50
   £50 or upwards
    "   still makers
    "   persons using stills, not distillers or rectifiers
Starch Makers
Sweets, retailers of
Tobacco and snuff manufacturers. not exc. 20,000 lbs.
from 20,000 to 40,000 lbs.
from 40,000 to 60,000 lbs.
Tobacco dealers
Vinegar Makers
Wine, foreign, dealers not having spirit and beer licenses
    retailers, having beer licenses, but without spirit do.
   retailers, with licenses for beer and spirits
Passage vessels in which liquors and tobacco are sold.
Excise drawbacks on Exportation
The Excise duties are repaid or drawn back to the shipper on the goods being exported. The drawback on beer (the malt of which is excised) is computed at the rate of 5s. per barrel of 36 gallons. That on glass (some kinds of which are excised on the material), varies according to the form in which it is exported.










































     5
     3
     1
     3
     0
   20
     0

     4
     0
     4
     4
   10
   10
     2
     4
     6
     7
     8
     9
   10
     0
     0
     5
     1
     5
   10
   15
     0
     5

   10
     4
     2

     1






     5
     3
     1
     3
   11
     0
     7

   10
     2
     0
     0
     0
     0
     2
     4
     6
     7
     8
     9
   10
   10
   10
     0
     1
     0
     0
     0
     5
     0

     0
     4
     2

     0






     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     6

     0
     6
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0
     0

     0
     0
     0

     0






Tariff, chap. 47. An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Customs. - 1. Act to be in force from its date, except where otherwise provided. Regulation. - 2. Refers to Jersey. 3. 3 and 4 William IV. chap. 51, repealed, so far as it prohibits importation of beef or pork, cattle, mutton, lamb, sheep, swine, and fish of foreign taking or curing, or in foreign vessels. 4. Fish or foreign taking (except anchovies, eels, turbot, and lobsters), train oil, blubber, spermaceti oil, head matter, skins, bones, and fins, are prohibited (with penalty of forfeiture), from being imported in fishing vessels, or otherwise than as having daily cleared out from a foreign port. 5. So much of 3 and 4 William IV. chap. 52, as allows turbot to be landed without entry and other custom's regulations, repealed. 6. The restriction on the packages of tobacco not to extend to negrohead the produce of and imported from the United States in packages of not less than 1500 lbs., nor to the produce of Mexico, Columbia, South America, St. Domingo, or Cuba, imported from the warehouse in British America, in packages of not less than 80 lbs.  7. The regulation requiring the weight and tare to be marked on each package of tobacco, repealed.  8. The prohibition of the reimportation by bill of store of tobacco exported, repealed, and such re-imported tobacco subjected to the usual import regulations.  9. Sec. 3 of 3 & 4 Wm. IV. c. 52, requiring separate manifest, etc., for tobacco, repealed, and tobacco to be included with other goods in general manifest.  10. No drawback to be allowed on tobacco, unless where the full duty has been paid on the bulk, where there is no adulteration, attempts to obtain drawback fraudulently, involve, besides any other penalty that may be incurred, treble the amount of drawback sought or £200, at the option of the commissioners, with seizure of the tobacco.  11. All manufacturers imported with brands or marks bearing to be those of manufacturers in the United Kingdom, forfeited.  12. Spirits may be imported in stone bottles not exceeding the size of quart bottles, if really part of the cargo, and included in the manifest, etc.  14. Sugar to be included in the list of commodities for which no abatement for damage in the voyage is allowed.  15. In relation to the protection of the revenue in case of imports undervalued, the officers may detain and secure such goods, and within 10 days after they are finally examined in virtue of a duty paid entry, may take them for the use of the crown, when the commissioners are to pay the proprietor his valuation, with 10 per cent. and the duties paid, as full satisfaction to the proprietor.  16. Sec. 122 of 3 & 4 William IV. chap. 52, as to the cancelling of bonds within three years, not to extend to bonds for the exportation of, or the payment of duty on, warehoused goods.  17. No abatement in terms of 6 & 7 Wm. IV. chap. 60, on foreign goods, derelict, jetsam, flotsam, and wreck, - to be made in the case of cantharides, cocoa, coffee, coculus indicus, currants, figs, Guinea grains, ipecacuanha, jalap, lemons, nux vomica, opium, oranges, pepper, raisins, rhubarb, sarsaparilla, senna, spirits, sugar, tea, tobacco, and wine.  18. No drawback to be allowed on the exportation of goods of less value than the drawback claimed, and when goods of less value are entered, they are to be forfeited and the person entering to forfeit £200, or treble the value of the drawback claimed, at the option of the commissioners.  19. On entry outwards of goods obtaining drawback, and before cocket, bond to be given in double the value of the goods, with one surety, that they shall be duly shipped and exported, and landed at their port of destination, or otherwise accounted for to the commissioners.  20. Doubts as to the validity of bonds by merchants, on which indulgences have been granted by the treasury or the commissioners, put an end to.  23 & 24. 58 of 3 & 4 Wm. IV. c. 52, as to the prohibition of the importation of certain copyright books repealed, after 1st April, 1843, and the prohibition made absolute against all books in which there exists a copyright.  25. But for the operation of the prohibition, the proprietor of the copyright, or his agent, must give notice in writing to the commissioners that the copyright subsists, stating when it will expire, printed lists for the use of custom houses being made up from the notices.  27. The provision which requires a certificate of clearance out when a benefit is derived from the cargo being cleared out from British America, extended to all goods from British possessions abroad, except the three India presidencies.  28. The treasury authorized to declare a certificate of production necessary in any case of importation and to frame regulations accordingly.  In absence of such certificate, or a certificate of clearance, where that is necessary, the goods are held as foreign imports.  As to the articles charged with a new rate of duty in schedule A (see p.94), after a fixed day, the provision is not to apply until the day appointed in the schedule, respectively. Treasury orders, to be published 3 times within three months of their date, in the London and Dublin Gazettes.  29. Importers of timber to pile it suitably for measurement, and in the measurement no deduction to be made for interstices. Battens, boards, deals, and planks exceeding 21 feet may be measured by the piece.  30. Times, places, and manner of landing foreign fish, to be regulated by the commissioners.
Tariff Amendment, Chap. 56.  An Act for farther amending the Laws relating to the Customs. - Portions of this Act altering the general tariff act, are embodied in the abridgement of that act. Farther explains that the reduced duty of 7 1/2d. per cubic foot on woods planed, etc., is not to commence till 10th October, 1843, and that pearls are not intended by the table to be exempt from duty. Animal and vegetable specimens illustrative of natural history exempted from duty. The duty on export of cement stone is repealed. The Privilege of taking copper ore out of warehouse to be smelted is repealed.

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