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ties and Forfeitures, FnairRefpeas, as RlmiBritish-Ameriean-Colonies or-Plantations,
1 of, the. Growth,. Produce or Manufa&urc of
any foreign Cqlony or Plantation, .would re-
fpHvely be liable to by Law.
Provided always That if any Rum or Spi
rits, Sugars and Pan
shall be imported into Great-Britain from any
British Golony or Plantation in America, with
out J&elng included in ftieh Certificate as is
herei n before d irecled it shall be made to
fioners f hitM or
:ively,::'that:thd: Goods vare
with one Surety, befides the Matter of everyl
anf-Goods not particularly enumerated in the.
(aid Ads, being the Produdi orManufaurc;
:"of any of the faid Colonies .or Plantations,
with Condition, that, in Cafe any Molaffes
or Syrrups, being the Produce of any of the
Plantations not under the Dominion of . his Ma
h is Heirs or Succeffors, shall be laden
reallv and trulvHHe Produce of ladrBritish
...... . . - t - t
(the Bangers of:thfeSeas. andEnemies except
ed) be brought, without Fra
miinlrinn ' litrt-kp fair! Shin hr Veflel. to fomc
of his Maiefty's Colonies or Plantations in? A- '
menca, or to fome Port ir, (jreat-bntain ; ana
intended, "it shall and may in fuch Cafe be that the Matter, J or other Perfon having the; !
lawful for the faid reflective Commiffio'ners to - Charge of fuch Ship or Veffel, shall, itnmedi- -'
permit the faid Goods to be entered, upon ately upon his Arrival at every Port or Place
Payment of the like JJuties as lucn oooas in jarcai;ii ivum, ui in vuc na -v-
would be liable to if this Law Had Tiot been Colonies and Plantations, make a juft and; ti
a a .Wpoc kxr n A rf Parliament made - fuch Ship or 'Veffel. under tKeir true and pro-
imtte 1 2th Year of the.Reign of King Charles perDenoniination-iand if any fuch Nonvenu
:. o j J j& f- wrAfirntritifT iwcrxteA Hoods shall be laden on board, any
?: t?s u : wr nrtiinfrcr .ShmLnr-Vp(Tpl-nH her'Furniture4shall-be4or
JVVviAUJHV UVil-"- --CJ-" .. . ' - r . :- ttt-- i -
afnoWFFdrcc, it isyamopgga
ilireaid rthatfor every Ship or Veffel that feited, and shall and -may be fcized by
sliall load any Commodities in. thofe Aas par- Officer of thlTCuflorns,. and profecuted ln the
And it is hereby further enafledHBy tKcfAa
ticiilarly -enumerated at anyBritiish Plantation,
Y3fufh PrnHiifl- nr Manufacture
jHereof,iBondhh all be given , with one Sruety, ' thontyraforefaid, 1 hat every Malter-orPer--;
to the Value of iocol. if the Ship be of lcfs fon having the Charge of any Ship or. Ve lcl,.
Burthen than 1 0.0 Tons, and of the Sum of shall, before he departs from any briusho-
XJUI LUCIA LMUll ' JJ . ' . J. " . ' - - . . T J
ine lame omuvuuiuca 7oiw , v vu&..v 7 '-57 7. " - .,; . . , rrr.
ta'tion or to fome -Port in Great-Britain ;; cerof the Culloms there, f which Certificate
nbtwithftandins which, there is great Reafon fuch - Officers are hereby., required . to grant
R puwnl f nt Honci hatii been
topprenena iucii vjoous ic. , - : -
ca Qt-rnnc nrp riandeitinclv run on bhore in
Revenue, and the great Detri ment of , the
Trade ' btthis Kingdom
Plantations : Totem which Pra&ices for
the Future,- be it further ena&ed by ;the Au--thoritaforelaidDiaXfrp
Day of September, 1764, Bond and Security
hi the like fenaity,- snau auo dc gv,cn iu, uic
Colle&or orotber: principal OflfKcr of the;
CuftomsTat any "Port or Place in. any of the
reauire ; and fhe Mafter or Perfon having the
Charge of fuch Sh i p or Veffel, shall keep fuch.
Certificate in his Cuftody till the Voyage- is -
Cuftoms at the Port or Place where he fiiall '
difcharge his Lading, either in Gseat Britain
on Forfeiture of One Hundred Pounds for cach:
and every Offence.
rled to foreicn Parts, and landed there : Arid given, purfuant to the Direaions t o
' vhtrcas Great Quantities 'of foreign M51affes any other Acl of ParliamenVas the Cafe shall