William and Mary, 1688
An Act for Appropriating certaine Duties for paying the States Generall of the United Provinces their ChargesHis Majesties Expedition into this Kingdome and for other Uses. [Chapter XXVIII. Rot. Parl. pt. 4. nu. 8.]

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1819

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'William and Mary, 1688: An Act for Appropriating certaine Duties for paying the States Generall of the United Provinces their ChargesHis Majesties Expedition into this Kingdome and for other Uses. [Chapter XXVIII. Rot. Parl. pt. 4. nu. 8.]', Statutes of the Realm: volume 6: 1685-94 (1819), pp. 93-94. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46314 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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£60,000, Part of the Monies granted by 1 Jac. II. c. 4. applied to pay the Wages of certain Servants of the late King Charles II.; The Residue of the Monies arising by 1 Jac. II.c. 3. & c. 24. ante.; Applied in the first Place in Payment of £600,000 to the United States for assisting His Majesty on coming into this Nation; and the Residue towards subduing the Rebellion in Ireland, &c.

For satisfying and defraying the Debts and Charges and to the Purposes herein after mentioned Bee it Enacted by the King and Queens most Excellent Majestyes by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spirituall and Temporall and Commons in Parlyament Assembled and by Authoritie of the same That part of the Money accruing and payable to Their Majesties by one Act of Parlyament made in the First Yeare of the Raigne of the late King James the Second Entituled An Act for granting to His Majestie an Imposition upon all [Tobaccho (fn. 1) ] and Sugar imported betweene the four and twentyeth day of June One Thousand six hundred eighty five and the Foure and twentyeth day of June One thousand six hundred ninety three not exceeding in the whole the Summe of Sixty Thousand pounds shall be appropriated and applyed to the Payment of the Wages due to the Servants of the late King Charles the Second which were his Servants at the time of his Decease to be paid to them his Executors Administrators and Assignes in Three Yeares from the Twenty fourth day of December One thousand six hundred eighty nine by Three equall Payments and in such manner and proportion and to such of them as His Majestie shall direct And that the residue of the Money ariseing and payable by the said Act and the Revenue and Summes of Money ariseing and payable by Two other Acts of Parliament made in the said First Yeare of the said late King James the one Entituled An Act for granting His Majestie an Imposition upon all Wines and Vinegar imported betweene the Foure and twentyeth day of June One thousand six hundred eighty five and the Foure and twentyeth day of June One thousand six hundred ninety and three And the other An Act for granting an Aide to His Majestie by an Imposition on all French Linens and all East-India Linen and severall other Manufactures of India and on all French wrought Silks and Stuffs and on all other wrought Silks And on all Brandies imported after the First day of July One thousand six hundred eighty five and before the First day of July One thousand six hundred and ninety And by one other Act of this present Parliament Entituled An Act for an Additional Duty of Excise upon Beere Ale and other Liquors shall be appropriated and applyed from and after the Nine and twentyeth day of September One thousand six hundred eighty and nine dureing the respective continuance of the said Acts In the first place for and towards the payment of Six hundred thousand pounds to the States of the United Provinces for their Assistance to His Majestie at his comeing into this Nation for our Deliverance from Popery and Arbitrary Power in such manner as His Majestie shall direct Which said Summe of six hundred thousand pounds is meant and intended in full satisfaction of their said Assistance and the Charges thereof And after the said Six hundred thousand pounds shall be soe paid the Residue shall be for and towards the Subduing of the Rebellion of Ireland and other Charges of the Warr against France and for noe other Use or Purpose whatsoever Any thing in this or any other Act contained to the contrary notwithstanding

II. Monies to be kept apart from other Monies payable to Their Majesties.

And bee it further Enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That all the Moneys that from and after the Nine and twentyeth day of September One thousand six hundred eighty nine shall arise by the Additionall Duty of Excise and the severall Impositions herein before mentioned shall be kept apart and distinct from all other Moneys payable to Their Majestyes in one or more Books to be provided for that purpose by the Auditor of the Receipt of Their Majesties Exchequer whereby it may be seene by such as shall be appointed thereunto by the States Generall of the United Provinces or other Persons concerned how much of the said Additionall Duty and Impositions are and shall be from time to time Paid and Answered into the Receipt of Their Majestyes Exchequer

III. No Money to be paid to the Servants of the late King, unless they take the Oaths and make the Declaration of c. 8. ante, and produce a Certificate thereof attested by Clerk of the Peace.

Provided alwayes That noe part of the Money to be hereby issued and paid to any of the Servants of the said late King Charles shall be distributed to any other of them their Executors or Administrators then to such as shall at or before the First day of February next ensueing have taken the Oaths and Made and Subscribed the Declaration mentioned in one Act of this present Parliament Entituled An Act for the Abrogating of the Oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance and Appointing other Oaths at the Generall Quarter Sessions of the Peace of the County or Place where they shall respectively Reside and shall produce a Certificate thereof attested by the Clerke of the Peace attending the same.

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