Charles II, 1660
A Subsidy granted to the King of Tonnage and Poundage and other summes of Money payable upon Merchandize Exported and Imported.

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'Charles II, 1660: A Subsidy granted to the King of Tonnage and Poundage and other summes of Money payable upon Merchandize Exported and Imported.', Statutes of the Realm: volume 5: 1628-80 (1819), pp. 181-205. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47252 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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A Subsidy of Tonnage granted.

French Wine imported, &c. into London £4. 10s. per Ton; by Aliens £6. into all other Ports £3.; by Aliens £4. 10s.; Sweet Wines imported into London £2. 58. per Butt; by Aliens £3.; into any other Port 38s.; Aliens £2. 5s.; Every Awme of Rhenish Wine imported 20s. Aliens 25s.; A Subsidy of Poundage, on Goods exported and imported, according to the Book of Rates.; Native Commodities exported by Aliens.; Proviso for Old Draperies, certain Wines, Fish, English taken, &c.

The Commons assembled in Parliament reposing Trust and Confidence in your Majesty in, and for the guarding and defending of the Seas against all persons intending or that shall intend the disturbance of Your said Commons in the intercourse of Trade and the invading of this Your Realme, For the better defraying the necessary Expences therof which cannot otherwise be effected without great charge to Your Majesty Doe by and with the advice and consent of the Lords in this Your present Parliament assembled, and by the authoritie of the same to the intent aforesaid Give and Grant unto You our Supreame Leige Lord and Soveraigne One Subsidy called Tonnage that is to say Of every Ton of Wine of the growth of France or of any the Dominions of the French King or Crowne of France that shall come into the Port of London and the Members therof by way of Merchandize by your Naturall borne Subjects the summe of Fower pounds and ten shillings of currant English Money and soe after that Rate, and by Strangers and Aliens Six pounds of like money, And of every Ton of the like Wine which shall be brought into all and every the other Ports and places of this Kingdome and the Dominions therof by way of Merchandice by Your Naturall borne Subjects the summe of three pounds, and by Aliens fower pounds and ten shillings. And of every But or Pipe of Muscadels Malmaseys [Cuts (fn. 1) ] Tents Allicants Bastards Sacks Canaries Malligoes Maderoes and other Wines whatsoever commonly called Sweet Wines of the growth of the Levant Spain Portugall or any of them, or of any the Islands or Dominions to them or any of them belonging or elsewhere that shal come or be brought into the Port of London by Your Naturall borne Subjects the summe of forty five shillings of currant English money and soe after that Rate, And by Strangers and Aliens three pounds of like money, And of every But and Pipe of the like Wine which shall come or be brought into all every or any the other Ports and places of this Kingdome and Dominions therof by way of Merchandize by Your Naturall borne Subjects the summe of thirty shillings, and by Strangers forty five shillings. And of every Awm of Rhenish Wine or Wine of the growth of Germany that shall be brought into this your Realme and the Dominions therof by your Naturall borne Subjects the summe of twenty shillings of currant English money, and by Strangers and Aliens twenty and five shillings, which severall Rates are the same which are expressed in a certaine Booke of Rates herein after mentioned and referred unto. And alsoe one other Subsidy called Poundage that is to say of all manner of Goods and Merchandize of every Merchant, Naturall borne Subject Denizen and Alien to bee carryed out of this Realme or any your Majesties Dominions to the same belonging or to be brought into the same by way of Merchandize of the value of every twenty shillings of the same Goods and Merchandice according to the severall and perticular rates and valewes of the same Goods and Merchandices as the same are perticularly and respectively rated and valued in the said Booke of Rates herein after mentioned and referred unto, twelve pence and soe after that rate. And of every twenty shillings value of any the Native Commodities of this Realme or Manufactures wrought of any such Native Co[m]modities to be carryed out of this Realme by every or any Merchant Alien according to the Value therof in the said booke expressed twelve pence over and above the twelve pence aforesaid Except and foreprised out of this Grant of Subsidy of Poundage all manner of Woollen cloathes made or wrought or to be made or wrought within this Realme of England commonly called Old Draperies and all Wines before limited to pay Subsidy of Tonnage, and all manner of Fish English taken, and brought by English bottomes into this Realme, and all manner of fresh Fish and bestiall that shall come into this Your Realme and all other Goods and Merchandices which in the said Booke of Rates are mentioned to be Custome-free.

II. A Subsidy of Woollen Cloth exported.

Broad Cloth 3s. 4d.; Every other Short Cloth of Old Drapery in Book of Rates 3s. 4d. exported by Aliens 6s. 8d.; The said Subsidies granted to the King during his Life.

And further We your said Co[m]mons by the Advice Assent and Authority aforesaid doe give and grant unto You Our said Leige Lord and Soveraigne for the causes aforesaid One other Subsidy that is to say Of and for every short Woollen cloth to be exported by Your naturall borne Subjects of this your Realme and the Dominions therof called Broad cloth not exceeding twenty eight yards in length and threescore and fower pounds in weight the summe of three shillings and fower pence of currant English money, and of every Cloth of greater length and weight [proporc[i]onably (fn. 2) ] according to the same rate, And of every other short cloth of old Drapery of lesser length and weight accounting soe many pieces to a short cloth as are limited and appointed therunto by the said booke of Rates to be likewise exported by Your said naturall borne Subjects the like summe of three shillings fower pence and soe after that rate, and by Strangers and Aliens six shillings and eight pence for every short cloth accounted as aforesaid, which severall rates are accordingly expressed in the said booke of Rates herein after mentioned and referred unto. To have hold take enjoy and perceive the Subsidies aforesaid and every of them, and every part and parcell of them unto your Majesty from the Fower and twentieth day of June inclusively in the twelfth yeare of Your Majesties Raigne for and during Your Majesties life which God long preserve.

III. Shipping, &c. for Exportation and not paying the Subsidy.

Penalty.; Merchant Aliens shall be well intreated.

And bee it further Enacted by the Authority aforesaid That if any Wines Goods or other Merchandice wherof the Subsidies aforesaid are or shalbe due shall at any time after be shipped or putt into any Boate or Vessell to the intent to be carryed into the parts beyond the Seas, or else be brought from the parts beyond the Seas into any Port Place or Creeke of this Realme, or other your Majesties Dominions by way of Merchandize, and unshipped to be laid on Land, the Subsidy, Customes, and other Duties due or to be due for the same not paid or lawfully tendered to the Collector therof or his Deputy with the consent and agreement of the Comptroller and Surveyor there or one of them at the least [not (fn. 3) ] agreed with for the same in the Custome house according to the true meaning of this Act, that then from the said Fower and twentieth day of June all the same Wines Goods and Merchandizes whatsoever shall be forfeit to your Majesty, the moyety of the rate thereof to Your Majesty, and the other moyety to him or them that will seize the same or sue for the same, And that it may please your Majesty that all Merchants as well Denizens as Strangers coming into this Your Realme be well and honestly intreated and demeaned for such things as Subsidy by this Act is granted as they were in the time of Your Noble Progenitors and Predecessors without oppression to them to be done paying the Subsidies aforesaid.

IV. Proviso for Goods taken by Enemies or Pirates or perished on the Sea.

Proof before the Treasurer of England or Chief Baron of the Exchequer.; The Customs of Goods shipped in Carracks or Gallies by Denizens.

And bee it further Enacted by the authority aforesaid that if any Goods or Merchandize as aforesaid of any Merchant being borne Denizen after the said fower and twentieth day of June hath beene or at any time hereafter dureing Your Majesties life shall bee taken by any Enimies or Pirates upon the Sea; or perished in any ship or ships that shall happen to bee taken or perished dureing Your Majesties Life wherof the Subsidies and other Duties aforesaid are or shall be duely paid or agreed for as aforesaid and that duely proved before the Treasurer of England, Co[m]missioners of the Treasury or Cheife Baron of the Exchequer for the time being by the examination of the same Merchants if they be alive, or of their Executors or Administrators if they be dead, or by two credible Witnesses at the least sworne, or other reasonable Witnisses and proofe sworne, then the same Merchant or Merchants his or their Executors or Administrators shall or may newly ship in the same Port where the goods and merchandice aforesaid were or shall be customed soe much other merchandize or goods as the same goods or merchandize are or shall be lost as aforesaid shall amount [to (fn. 4) ] in Custome without paying of any thing for the same, soe as the same proofe be recorded and allowed of in the Court of Exchequer and certified unto the Collectors of the Customes of the Port where the same wares or merchandize are to be newly shiped without custome as aforesaid And further That every Merchant Denizen who shall hereafter shipp any goods or merchandize in any Carrack or Gally shall pay to your Majesty all manner of Customes and all the Subsidies aforesaid as any Alien borne out of the Realme.

V. Proviso for Exportation of Herrings, &c. without paying Duties.

Provided alwayes That it shall and may be lawfull to all and every Your Subjects at his and their will and pleasure to convey and transport out of this Realme in Ships and other Vessells of any the Subjects of this Realme all and every kinde of Herrings and other Sea Fish to be taken on the Sea by any the Subjects aforesaid from or out of any Port or Harbour of this Realme to any place out of your Majesties Dominions without paying any Custome Subsidy or Poundage moneys for the same Herrings or other Fish soe carried or transported dureing your Majesties life, Any thing herein before contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

VI. Recital that no Rates can be imposed on Merchandize without Authority of Parliament.

A Book of Rates agreed by the Commons House of Parliament subscribed by the Speaker.

And because noe rates can be imposed upon Merchandize imported or exported by Subjects or Aliens but by co[m]mon consent in Parliament Bee it further Enacted and Declared by the Authoritie aforesaid that the rates intended by this present Act shall be the rates mentioned and expressed in one Booke of Rates intituled The Rates of Merchandize That is to say The Subsidy of Tonnage, The Subsidy of Poundage and The Subsidy of Woollen cloathes or old Draperies as they are rated and agreed on by the Commons House of Parliament sett downe and expressed in this Booke to be paid according to the Tenor of the Act of Tonnage and Poundage from the fower and twentieth day of June inclusively, in the twelfth yeare of his Majesties Raigne dureing his Majesties Life, and subscribed with the hand of Sir Harbotle Grimston Barronet Speaker of the House of Commons Which said Booke of Rates composed and agreed on by Your Majesties said Commons and alsoe every Article rule and clause therin contained shall be and remaine dureing Your Majesties Life as effectuall to all intents and purposes as if the same were included perticularly in the Body of this present Act.

VII. In what Case the Fees of the Custom Officers to be as in 4 Jac. 1.

And it is further Enacted that dureing the continuance of this present Grant where the Goods Exported or Imported amount to the value of five pounds or more the Customers and Collectors and all other his Majestyes Officers in the severall Ports shall take and receive such Fees and noe other as were taken in the fowerth yeare of the late King James untill such time as the said Fees shall be otherwise setled by Authoritie of Parliament.

VIII. Proviso for such as paid before the 24th July 1660.

Provided alwayes that noe person or persons who after the Fower and twentieth of June in the yeare One thousand six hundred and sixty, and before the Fower and twentieth of July in the same yeare have paid received or collected any Dutyes or Customes according to the Rates used in Aprill One thousand six hundred and sixtie shall be molested or any way impeached for or concerning the payment or receipt of the said Duties or any other Dutyes by this Act imposed.

IX. Proviso for Persons having shipped Goods before the said 24th July.

And it is hereby further Declared That noe person who hath shiped any Goods since the said Fower and twentyeth of June and before the said Fower and twentyeth of July shal be lyable to the payment of any Dutyes therefore other then such as were used to be paid in the said moneth of Aprill One thousand six hundred and sixty.

X. Goods described which may be exported immediately after the passing this Act.

Provided alwayes And bee it Enacted [by the Authority aforesaid (fn. 5) ] That it shall and may be lawfull for any person or persons i[m]mediately from and after the passing of this Act to transport ship and carry out of this Kingdome or out of any Port therof by way of merchandize any of these Commodities Goods and Merchandices following That is to say Iron Armor Bandeliers Bridle-Bitts Halbert Heads and Sharps Holsters Muskets Carbines Fowling peices Pistels Pike-heads Sword or Rapier blades Sadles Snaffles Stirrops Calveskins dressed or undressed Geldings Oxen Sheepe-skins dressed without the Wooll, and all sorts of Manufactures made of Leather paying the respective rates appointed by this Act and noe other. Any Lawes Statutes Prohibitions and Customes to the contrary notwithstanding

XI. Goods which may be exported being at certain Prices.

His Majesty by Proclamation may prohibit transporting Gunpowder, &c.

And bee it further Enacted by the Authority aforesaid that it shall and may be lawfull ĩmediately after the passing of this Act for any person or persons to ship carry out and transport by way of merchandize these severall sorts of Goods following that is to say Gunpowder when the same doth not exceed the price of five pounds the Barrell, And Wheate Rye Peas Beanes Barley Mault and Oates ( (fn. 6) ) Porke Bacon Butter Cheese Candles when the same doe not exceed in price at the Ports from whence they are laden, and at the time of their Lading these prises following that is to say Wheate the Quarter Forty shillings, Rye Beanes and Pease the Quarter Twenty fower shillings, Barley and Mault the Quarter twenty shillings, Oates the Quarter Sixteene shillings, Beefe the Barrall Five pounds, Porke the Barrel Six pounds ten shillings, Bacon the pound six pence, Butter the Barrel Fower pounds ten shillings. Cheese the hundred One pound ten shillings, Candles the dozen pound Five shillings paying the respective rates appointed by this Act and noe more. Any former Law, Statute, Prohibition or Custome to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding. Provided alwayes That it shall be free and lawfull for his Majesty at any time when he shall see cause soe to doe, and for such time as shall be therin expressed by Proclamation to prohibit the [transportation (fn. 7) ] of Gunpowder or any sort of Arms or Ammunition into any parts out of this Kingdome. Any thing in this Act contained, to the contrary notwithstanding.

XII. An additional Subsidy upon Wines, French, &c. imported, £3. per Ton. other Wines £4. Security by Importer.

The said additional Subsidy to be repaid upon Exportation.; Allowance on Payment of Duties in ready Money.

And bee it further Enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That over and above the rates herein before mentioned there shall be paid unto your Majesty of every Tun of Wine of the growth of France Germany Portugall or Madera brought into the Port of London or elsewhere the summe of three pounds currant English money within the space of Nine moneths after the importing, And of every Tun of all other Wines brought in as aforesaid the summe of Fower pounds of like currant money within the space of Nine moneths after the importing thereof, For the payment of which dutyes accordingly the Importer shall give good Security, And if any of the said Wines for which the addic[i]onall Duty in this clause mentioned, is paid, or secured at the Importation be exported within twelve moneths after their Importation, then the aforesaid addic[i]onall Duty in this clause mentioned shall be returned, or the security discharged as to soe much as shall be soe exported. And if at the Importation the Importer shall pay for the same ready money he shall be allowed after the rate of Ten per Cent. for a yeare.

XIII. All Wines imported discharged of Excise.

And be it further Enacted That from and after the said Fower and twentyeth day of July all manner of Wines whatsoever to be imported into the Port of London or elsewhere shall be freed and discharged of and from the Imposition of Excise.

XIV. Prisage Wines not to pay any Tonnage or Subsidy.

Provided and it is hereby Declared and Enacted That the prizage of Wines or Prise-Wines ought not to pay Tonnage or Custome, and shall not be charged with the payment of any Custome, Subsidy or summe of money imposed upon Wines by this Act or any thing therin contained.

Har: Grimston Barronet
Speaker of the House of Commons.

( (fn. 8) ) THE RATES OF MERCHANDIZE That is to say The Subsidy of Tonnage The Subsidy of Poundage and. The Subsidy of Wollen Cloths or Old Drapery as they are rated & agreed on by the Co[m]mons House of Parliament sett downe & exprest in this Booke to bee paid according to the Tenor of the Act of Tonnage and Poundage from the Four & twentieth Day of June [inclusively (fn. 9) ] in the twelveth Yeare of his Ma[jes]ties Raigne, during his Ma[jes]ties Life.

Har: Grimston Barronet
Speaker of the House of Commons.

The Rates of Merchandizes.

That is to say The Subsidy of Tonnage The Subsidy of Poundage & The Subsidy of Wollen Clothes or Old Drapery as they are rated & agreed on by the Co[m]mons House of Parliament set downe & expressed in this Booke to bee paid according to the Tenor of the Act of Tonnage & Poundage from the four & twentieth Day of June inclusively in the Twelveth Yeare of his Ma[jes]ties Raigne, during his Ma[jes]ties Life.

A.
Adzes for Coopers the dozen xijs.
Aggetts small as a Beane the hundred dozen xiij s. iiij d.
Aggets large the peece vjd.
Alphabetts the sett conteyning xxiiij v s.
Allom the hundred weight conteyning cxij li. ij li.
Alpisti or Canary seed ye hundred weight conteyning cxij l iij li. xv s.
Amber the pound iij s. viij d.
the mast conteyning ij li. ½ viij s. iiij.d.
Beades the pound x s.
Anchovcs the little barrell vij s. vj d.
Andirons or Creepers of Lattin the pound j s.
of Iron the paire x s.
Andlets or Mayles the pound iij s.
Anvills the hundred weight conteyning cxij li. xv s.
Anneile of Barbary the pound j s. vj d.
Annotto the pound j s.
Apples the bushell iiij d.
the barrell conteyning 3 bushell j s.
vocat. Pippins or Rinnets the barll 9t. 3 bushells iij s.
Aquavitæ the barrell ii li. xiij s. iiij d.
the hogshead iiij li.
Argall white & red or powder the hundred weight conteyning cxij li. j li. iijs. iiij d.
Armour old the hundred weight 9t. cxij li. j li.
Arrowes for trunkes the groce 9t. xij dozen vj s. viij d.
Ashes vocat. Potashes the barrell conteyning two hundred pound weight j li. vs.
Wóod or Sope ashes the last cont. xij Barrells vj li.
Aule blades the thousand xiij s. iiij.d.
Aulgers for Carpents the groce j li.
Axes or Hatchets the dozen vj s. viij.
B.
Babies or Puppets for children the groce cont xij dozen xvij s. x d.
Babyes heads of earth the dozen xiij s. iiij d.
All other toyes for children to pay sixteen pence in twenty shillings value
Bacon of Ireland the Flitch v s.
of Westphalia and Hambrough or the like the hundred weight cont one hundred and twelve pounds j li. vj s. viij d.
Balkes great the hundred cont. cxx xij li.
middle the hundred 9t. cxx v li.
small the hundred 9t. cxx ij li:
Baggs wth lockes the dozen ij li. viij s.
wth steele rings wth out locks ye dozen j li. xij s.
Ballances vocat. Gold Ballances the groce cont. xij dozen paire v li. vj s. viij d.
Ounce Ballances the groce cont. xij dozen paire ij li. xiij s. iiij d.
the sort cont. 4 dozen iij li. xj s ij d.
Balls voc Tennis balls the thousand ij li.
Washing balls the groce cont. xij dozen ij li.
Bandeliers the hundred cont. five score xvj s. viij d.
Band strings the dozen knotts x s.
Bands voc Flanders bands of bone lace the band x li.
Bands cut worke of Flaunders or any other countrey xx li.
Bankers of Verdure the dozen peices iiij li.
Barbers aprons or cheekes the peece not above tenn yards xiij s. iiij d.
Barlings the hundred cont. cxx j li. xiij s. iiij d.
Barlie vid. Corne
Barillia or Saphora to make glasse the barrell cont. two hundred weight j li.
Baskett rodds the bundle vj s. viij d.
Baskets vocat hand baskets or sports the dozen iij s. iiij d.
Basons of Lattin the pound j s. iiij d.
Bast or straw hats knotted the dozen vj s. viij d.
or straw hats plaine the dozen j s. vj d.
Bast ropes the rope vj d.
the bundle cont. ten ropes v s.
the hundred weight cont. cxij li. viij s.
Battry Bashrones or Kettles the hundred weight cont. cxij li. ix li.
Bayes of Florence p[er] yard j li. v s.
Beades of Amber the pound x s.
of Bone the great groce cont. xij small groce j li. x s.
of Box the great groce j li. x s.
of Corrall the pound x s.
of Christall the thousand iij li.
of Glasse & Wood all sorts the great groce x s.
of Jasper square the hundred stones ij li.
Beaupers the peece conteyning xxiiij or xxv yards j li. v s.
Beefe of Ireland or Scotland the barll j li.
or Porke of Ireland or Scotland per tonne vj li.
Bells vocat Hawkes bells French making the dozen paire v s.
Hawkes bells Norembrough making the dozen paire ij s.
Horse bells the small groce conteyning xij dozen x s.
Doggs bells the small groce cont.xij dozen j s. iiij d.
Morrice bells the small groce cont. xij dozen v s.
Clapper Bells the pound j s.
Bell mettall the hundred weight cont. cxij li. j li. xiij s. iiij d.
Bellows the payre iij s. iiij d.
Bitts for Bridles the dozen j li.
Blacking or Lamplacke the hundred weight cont. cxij li. iiij li.
Blankets vocat. Paris mantles coloured the mantle j li. vi s. viij.d.
Paris mantles or others uncoloured the mantle j li.
Boords vocat. Barrell bords the hundred cont. cxx v s.
Clapbords the hundred cont. cxx xv s.
Past boords for bookes the thousand xiij s. iiij d.
Pipe bords or pipe holt the hundred cont. cxx boords j li.
White boords for Shoemakers the boord j s.
Bodkins the small groce conteyning xij dozen vj s. viij d.
Bomsparrs the hundred cont. cxx j li. xiij s. iiij d.
Boratoes or Bumbazines narrow the single peece not above xv yards vj li.
broade the single peece not above xv yards vij li.
of Silke the yard vid. Silk.
Bookes unbound the basket or maund cont. eight bales or two fatts viij li.
the fatt cont. halfe a maund iiij li.
Bosses for Bridles the small groce conteyning twelve dozen j li.
Botanoes p[er] peece x s.
Bottles of Earth or Stone the dozen v s.
of Glass covered wth Wicker the dozen j li.
of Glasse wth vices covered wth leather the dozen iiij li. x s.
of Glasse uncovered the dozen iiij s. vj d.
of Wood vocat. sucking bottles the Groce cont. xij dozen x s.
Boultell Raines the peece viij s.
the baile cont. xx peeces viij li.
Bowes vocat. stone bowes of steele the peece x s.
Bowe staves the hundred conteyning six score staves iiij li.
Boxes Fire or Tinder boxes the groce cont. xij dozen boxes j li.
Nest boxes the groce conteyning xij dozen nests iij li.
Pepper boxes the groce cont. xij dozen boxes j li. ij s. vj d.
Spice boxes the dozen vj s.
Round boxes or French boxes for Marmalade or Jelly the dozen iiij s. vj d.
Sand boxes the groce cont. xij dozen j li.
Sope boxes the Shocke cont. threescore boxes ij li.
Touch boxes covered wth leather the dozen iij s.
Touch boxes covered wth velvett the dozen xv s.
Touch boxes of Iron or other mettall guilt the dozen j li.
Tobacco boxes the groce conteyning xij dozen j li. xs.
Braceletts or Necklaces of Glasse the small groce cont. xij bundles or dickers iiij s.
Red the small groce cont. twelve bundles or dickers iiij s.
Brasse Laver Cockes the pound j s. iiij d.
Pile weights the pound j s.
Trumpets the dozen xij s.
Lamps the dozen x s.
Bricke stones vid. Earthen Ware
Bridles the dozen j li.
Brouches of Lattin or Copper the groce conteyning xij dozen xij s.
Brushes vocat. Bearde brushes the groce cont. xij dozen vj s. viij d.
of Heath course the dozen iij s.
of Heath fine or head brushes the dozen vj s. viij d.
of Haire called head brushesye dozen vj s. viij d.
of Heath called rubbing brushes the dozen xij d.
of haire called comb brushes the groce cont. xij dozen xiij s. iiij d.
of hayre called weavers brushes the dozen v s.
of haire called rubbing brushes the dozen j s. iiij d.
Brimstone the hundred weight cont. cxij li vj s. viij d.
Bristles rough or undrest the dozen pound v s.
drest the dozen pound x s.
Buckrams of Germany or fine per peece x s.
of the East countrey the roule or halfe peece v s.
of French making the dozen peeces ij li. x s.
vocat Carricke Buckrams the short peece ij s.
Buckles for Girdles the small groce cont. xij dozen j li.
for Girths the groce cont. xij dozen vij s. vj d.
Buffins Mocadoes & Lile Grograns narrow the single peece not above fifteene yards iij li.
broade the single peece not above xv yards iiij li. x s.
Bugasines or Callico Buckrams ye ½ peece v s.
Bugle great the pound iiij s.
small or seed Bugle ye pound vj s. viij d.
Lace the pound viij s.
Bullions for purses the groce contayning xij dozen x s.
Bulrushes the loade xx s.
Burrs for Milstones the hundred conteyning five score ij li. x s.
Buskins of Leather the dozen payre iiij li.
Bustians the single peece not above fifteen yards ij li.
Butter the barrell j li.
of Ireland the hundred weight cont. cxij li. x s.
Buttons of Brasse Steele Copper or Lattinye great groce cont. xij smallgroce every groce xij dozen ij li. xiij s. iiij d.
of Cristall the dozen viij s.
of Glasse the great groce cont. xij small groce j li. vj s. viij d.
of thred the great groce cont. xij small groce j li.
of silke the great groce cont. xij small groce ij li.
of fine damaske worke ye dozen j li.
of Bugle the dozen j s. iiij d.
for Handkirchirs the groce cont.xij dozen iiij li.
of Haire the groce cont. xij dozen iiij s.
C.
Cabinets or Countores small the peece ij li.
or Countores large the peece iiij li.
Cables tard or untard the hundred weight cont. One hundred & xij li. xiij s. iiij d.
Caddus or Cruel Ribbon the dozen peeces every peece cont. xxxvj yards iij li.
Calves skins in the hayre the peece x d.
Cambogium vid. Druggs.
Camaletto halfe silke halfe haire the yard x B.
Candles of Tallow the pound iij d.
Candle plates or Wallers of Brasse or Lattin the pound j s. iiij d.
Candlesticks of Brasse or Lattin the pound j s. iiij d.
of wyre the dozen vj s. viij d.
Candleweeke the hundred weight cont. cxij li. iij li. x s.
Callicoes fine or course the peece x s.
Canes or Reeds the thousand ij li. x s.
Canes of Wood the dozen iiij s.
the shocke cont. sixty canes j li.
Cant sparrs the hundred cont. six score j li. xiij s. iiij d.
Capers the pound vj d.
Capravens the hundred cont. six score iij li. xiij s. iiij d.
Capp hookes or hooke ends the groce cont. xij dozen xv s.
Capps vocat. double turfed or Cockered Capps the dozen ij li. viij s.
for children the dozen j li.
Night caps of Sattin & Velvet the dozen iij li.
Night caps of Silke knitt the dozen iiij li.
Night caps of wollen the dozen j li.
Night caps of Linnen the dozen viij s.
Cards vocat. Playing Cards the groce cont. xij dozen payre vj li.
Woll cards [old (fn. 10) ] the dozen paire vj s.
Wool cards new the dozen paire x s.
Carpetts of Tonny the peece cont. two yards & an halfe long j li. xs.
of Scotland the peece xiij s. iiij d.
of Cornix the Carpet cont. 2 yards & an halfe long j li. v s.
Brunswicke Carpets stript & unstript the peece x s.
China of Cotton course the peece iiij s.
Gentish the dozen iij li.
Turkey or Venice short the peece j li. x s.
Turkey or Venice long cont. four yards & upwards viij li.
of Persia the yard square the yard ij li. v s.
Carrells the peece cont. xv yards j li. vi s. viij d.
Cases for looking glasses guilt. of No. 3 & 4 the dozen iiij s.
of No. 5 & 6 the dozen vij s.
of No. 7 & 8 the dozen x s.
of No. 9 & 10 & upwards the dozen j li. xiij s. iiij d.
Cases for looking glasses unguilt of No. 3 & 4 the dozen ij s.
of No. 5&6 the dozen iij s. vj d.
of No. 7 & 8 the dozen vs.
of No. 9 & 10 the dozen xvj s. viijd.
Cases wth wooden Combs garnished the dozen j li.
wth small Ivory Combs garnished the dozen j li. vj s. viij d.
with middle sort Ivory Combes garnished the dozen ij li.
wth large Ivory Combes garnished the dozen iiij li.
for Combs single the groce cont. xij dozen j li.
for Combs double the groce cont. xij dozen ij li.
for Spectacles guilt the groce cont. xij dozen j li. vj s. viij d.
for Spectacles unguilt the groce cont. xij dozen xiij s. iiij d.
for Needles or Pin cases ye groce cont. xij dozen xiij s. iiij d.
for Needles Frence guilt ye dozen v s.
Cattle greate Imported from Ireland into England a peece after ye rate of ij li. x s.
Casketts of Iron small the dozen j li. x s.
of Iron middle sort the dozen ij li. viij s.
of Iron large the dozen iij li.
of Steele the dozen vj li.
Caveare the hundred weight cont. cxij li. j li.
Cawles of Linnen for women the dozen viij s.
of Silke the dozen j li. vj s. viij d.
Cesternes of Lattin the pound j s. iiij d.
Chafing dishes of Brasse or Lattin the pound j s. iiij d.
of Iron the dozen xiij s. iiij d.
Chaines for Keys or Purses fine the dozen viij s.
for Doggs course the dozen iij s. iiij d.
Chaires of Walnutt tree the peece x s.
Chambletts unwatered or Mohaires the yard iij s.
watred the yard v s.
halfe silke halfe haire the yard x s.
Cheese the hundred weight con cxij li. vj s. viij d.
Cherries the hundred weight cont. cxij li. j li.
Chesse bords the dozen j li.
Chess-men the groce cont. xij dozen xij s.
Chests of Iron small or middle sort ye peece v li.
of Iron large the peece vj li. xiij s. iiij d.
of Cipresse wood the nest cont. 3 chests viij li.
of Spruce or Danske the nest cont. 3 chests j li. x s.
painted the dozen ij li.
Chimny backes small the peece vj s. viij d.
large the peece xiij s. iiij d.
China Pease the pound iij s. iiij d.
Chizells for Joyners the dozen iiij s.
Citternes the dozen iij li.
Clapholt or Clapboord the small hundred cont. 6 score boords xv s.
the Ring cont. two small hundred j li. x s.
the great hundred conteyning. xxiiij small hundred xviij li.
Claricords the payre xiij s. iiij d.
Clokes of Felt the peece ij li.
Cloth. All manner of Wollen Cloth imported p[er] yard viij li. x s.
Cochaneile vocat. Silvester or Campeacha cocheneile the pound j s. viij d.
of all sorts of Cochaneile except Silvester and Campecha cochaneile the pound vj s. viij d.
Coles of Scotland ye Tonne vj s. viij d.
Coffers. covered wth gilt leather the dozen ij li.
covered wth Velvett the dozen iiij li.
wth Iron barrs the nest cont. 3 coffers j li. xij s.
plaine [yel] nest cont. iij coffers xiij s. iiij d.
painted the nest cont. three coffers xvj s.
Comashes out of Turkey the peece iiij li.
Combes for wool the paire old or new v s.
of bone the pound iiij s.
of box the groce cont. xij dozen x s.
vocat. lightwood combes the groce cont. xij dozen vj s. viij d.
of horne for Barbors the dozen ij s.
of Ivory the pound x s.
vocat. Horse Combes the dozen iiij s.
Comfetts the pound ij s.
Compasses of Iron for Carpenters the dozen ij s.
of brasse the dozen iiij s.
for Ships the dozen. vij s. vj d.
Copper. unwrought brickes or plates round or square the hundred weight cont. cxij li. or rose Copper x s.
Chaines the Chaine ij s.
purles or plate the marke vj s. viij d.
Copras green the hundred weight cont. cxij li. xv s.
Cordage or Ropes tard or untard the hundred weight cont. cxij li. xiij s. iiij d.
Corke tackes of Iron the thousand vj s. viij d.
of Steele the thousand j li. xiij s. iiij d.
Cork for Shoemakers the dozen peeces iiij s.
of all other sorts the hundred weight cont. cxij li. xvj s. viij d.
Corne Wheat Wheate imported not exceeding the price of v s. vj d. the Bushell at the place of importac[i]on by the bushell v s.
When it shall exceed that rate by the quarter vj s. viij d.
Rye Imported not exceeding the price of iiij s. vj d. the bushell at the place of importac[i]on by the bushell iij s. iiij d.
when it shall exceed yt rate by yeq[uar]ter v s.
Beanes Barly Mault Imported not exceeding the price of iij s. vj d. the bushell at ye place of importac[i]on by ye bushell iij s. iiij d.
When it shall exceed that rate by ye quartr v s.
Coverlets of Scotland the peece xv s.
Counters of Lattin the pound j s.
Crosbows. Lathes the pound viij d.
Thred the pound viij d.
Rackes the peece x s.
Cruses of Stone wthout covers the C cont. five score x s.
Cruses of stone wth covers the hundred cont. five score j li. vj s. viij d.
Cushons of Scotland the dozen x s.
Cushon cloths course the dozen ij li. x s.
of Tapestry the dozen iiij li. x s.
Cuttle bones the thousand j li. vj. s. viij d.
D.
Daggs wth fire lockes or Snaphances the peece j li.
Daggers. blades the dozen j li. vj s. viij d.
for children the dozen iiij s.
of bone for children the dozen ij s.
blacke wth velvet sheathes the dozen iij li.
gilt wth velvett sheaths the dozen iiij li.
Deales vocat Meabro deales the hundred cont.six score iiij li.
Norway deales the hundred cont. 6 score v li.
Bur[g (fn. 11) ]endorp deales the hun-cont. six score xij li.
Spruce deales the hundred cont. six score xv li.
Desks or stayes for bookes the dozen iiij s.
for women to worke upon covered wth wollen the peece v s.
for women covered wth velvet the peece x s.
Dialls of wood the dozen iij s.
of bone the dozen xij s.
Dimitty the yard iij s.
Doggs of earth the groce cont. xij dozen iiij li.
Dornix wth caddas the peece cont. xv yards j li. x s.
wth silke the peece cont. xv yards ij li.
wth woll the peece cont. xv yards j li. v s.
wth thred the peece cont. xv yards j li.
French making the ell ij s. vj d.
French making the yard ij s.
Dudgeon the hundred peeces cont. five score j li.
Durance or Duretty wth thread the yard vj s. viij d.
wth silke the yard x s.
Dutties the peece j li.
Druggs vocat Accacia the pound iiij s.
Accorus the pound j s.
Adyanthum Album the pound viij d.
Adianthum Nigrum the pound vj d.
Agaricus or Agarick trim'd or pared the pound j li.
Agaricus rough or untrimbd yepd v s.
Agnus Castus seeds the pound j s.
Alkanet rootes the pound j s.
Alkernes Sirupe the pound vj s. viij d.
Confectio the ounce iiij s.
Aloes Sicotrima the pound v s.
Aloes Epatica the pound ij s.
Allum Romish or Roch the hundred conteyning one hundred & twelve pounds j li.
Ambergreece black or gray the ounce Troy iij li.
Ameos seed the pound viij d.
Amomy seed the pound viij d.
Anacardium the pound iij s. iiij d.
Angellica the pound j s.
Antimonium crudum the hundred weight cont. cxij li. j li.
Antimonium p[er]paratum or Stibium the pound viij d.
Argentum Sublime or limum the pound or Quicksilver iij s.
Aristolochia longa & rotunda the pound j s. iiij d.
Arsnicke white or yellow or Rosealger the pound iiij d.
Asarum rootes the pound j s.
Aspalathus the pound j s. vj d.
Assafœtida the pound j s. ij d.
Almonds bitter the hundred wt cont. cxij li. ij li.
Alumen plume the pound j s.
Balastium the pound ij s. vj d.
Balsamum artificiall the pound iij s. iiij d.
Balsamum naturall the pound x s.
Bayberries the hundred & xij li. xiij s. iiij d.
Barley hul'd or French barley the cxij li. j li.
Bdellium the pound ij s. vj d.
Ben album or rubrum ye pound ij s.
Benjamin of all sorts the pound v s.
Bezor stone of the East India the ounce Troy iij li.
Bezor stone of the West India the ounce Troy x s.
Blacke lead the cxij li j li. x s.
Blatta Bizantia the pound ij s.
Bolus co[m]munis or Armoniacus the hundred weight 9t. cxij li. vj s. viij d.
Bolus verus the pound or fine Bole viij d.
Borax in past or unrefined co[m]monly called Tinkull the pound iij s. iiij d.
Borax refined the pound xiij s. iiij d.
Bunkins or Holliworsles or pistolachia the pound ij s. vj d.
Callamus the pound viij d.
Camphire refined the pound v s.
Camphire unrefined the pound ij s. vj d.
Cancri occulus the pound iiij s.
Cantharides the pound v s.
Carraway seeds the cxij li. j li. iiij s.
Cardamons the pound iij s.
Carpo balsami the pound iiij s.
Carrabe or Succinum the pound j s.
Carthamus seeds the pound viij d.
Cassia fistula the pound of all sorts j s. vj d.
Cassia lignea the pound j s. viij d.
Castorium or Bever cods ye pound x s.
Cerussa the hundred & xij li j li. x s.
China rootes the pound vj s. viij d.
Ciceres white & red the pound vj d.
Ciprus longus & rotundus the cxij li j li. xiij s. iiij d.
Ciprus Nuts the pound viij d.
Civett the ounce Troy ij li.
Coculus Indiæ the pound ij s.
Coloquintida the pound ij s.
Corall white or red in fragments for phisicall uses the pound iij s. iiij d.
Corall whole the pound j li.
Coriander seeds the cxij li j li.
Cortex quaci the cxij li iij li.
Cortex Caperum the pound j s.
Cortex Tamerisci the pound viij d.
Cortex Mandragoræ the pound ij s.
Coscus dulcis and amarus the pound j s. viij d.
Cubebs the pound j s. iiij d.
Cumin seed the cxij li j li xiij s. iiij d.
Cuscuta the pound j s.
Cyclamen or panis porcinus the pound ij s.
Citrago the pound j s.
Cetrach the pound js.
Cinabrum or Vermillion the pound ij s. vj d.
Copras white the hundred & twelve pound ij li.
blew of Dansk or Hungary the cxij li xij s.
Cambogium or Gutta Gambæ ye pound iij s. iiij d.
Christall in broken peeces for phisciall uses the pound iij s. iiij d.
Carlina the pound j s.
Carolina the pound iiij d.
Cortex winteranus the pound viij d.
Daucus Creticus the pound iiij s.
Diagredium or Scamony the pound j li.
Diptamus. leaves the pound j s.
rootes the pound j s. vj d.
Doronicum the pound ij s. vj d.
Eleborus albus & niger ye pound viij d.
Epithemum the pound j s.
Es ustum the pound j s. iiij d.
Euphorbium the pound viij d.
Fennell seeds the pound vj d.
Fenugreeke the cxij li xv s.
Flory the pound ij s.
Folium Indiæ the pound v. s.
Fox lungs the pound iij s.
Frankincense of France or Parrosin the cxij li xij s.
Galbonum the pound j s. vj d.
Gallanga the pound j s. vj d.
Generall the pound j s. iiij d.
Gentiana the pound vj d.
Guiny pepper the pound j s.
Grana Pinæ the pound j s.
Green ginger the pound ij s.
Gum Animi the pound j s.
Gum Armoniack the pound j s.
Gum Carannæ the pound iiij s.
Gum Tragagant the pound j. s.
Gum Elemni the pound x d.
Gum Hederæ the pound iiij s.
Gum Lack the pound j s.
Gum Opopanax the pound vj s. viij d.
Gum Sarcocol the pound j s. vj d.
Gum Serapinum the pound or Segapemum j s. vj d.
Gum Tacchamahaccæ the pound iiij s.
Grana Tinctorum the pound ij s. vj d.
Graines of Guiny or French Graines the cxij li j li. x s.
Gum Arabeck or Gum Seneca the cxij li j li. x s.
Gum Sandrack or Gum Juniperi the cxij li. j li. viij s.
Gum Guiaci the pound iiij s.
Gum Caramen the pound vj d.
Hermodactilus the pound ij s.
Hypocistis the pound ij s.
Hornes of Harts or Staggs the hundred j li. x s.
Incense or Olibanum the cxij li v li.
Ireos the cxij li ij li. x s.
Isinglass the cxij li v li.
Jujubes, the pound j s.
Jolop the pound iiij s.
Juniper berries the cxij li j li.
Labdamum or Lapadomum the pound j s.
Lapis Calaminaris the cxij li xvj s. viij d.
Lapis Hematitis the pound j s.
Lapis Judaicus the pound j s.
Lapis Lazuli the pound x s.
Lapis Tutiæ the pound j s.
Leaves of Roses the pound j s.
of Violets or Flowers the pound viij d.
Lintiscus or Xilobalsamum the pound j s. viij d.
Lignum Aloes the pound x s.
Lignum Asphaltum the pound j s.
Lignum Rhodium the cxij li x s.
Lignum vitæ the cxij li x s.
Lithrage of gold the cxij li xij s.
Lithrage of silver the cxij li x s.
Locust the pound j s. iiij d.
Lupines the cxij li x s.
Lentills the pound iij d.
Lapis contragerva the ounce v s.
Lignum Nepheticum the pound iiij s.
Madder Rootes or Rubea Tinctorum the pound j s.
Manna the pound ij s. vj d.
Marmalade the pound j s.
Masticke white the pound iij s. iiij d.
Masticke red the pound j s.
Mechoacan the pound ij s. vj d.
Mercury sublimate the pound iij s.
Mercury præcipitat the pound vj s. viij d.
Methridate Venetiæ the pound x s.
Millium solis the pound j s.
Mirabolons dry the pound j s.
Mirabolons condited the pound j s. viij d.
Mertle berries the pound j s.
Mummia the pound j s.
Muske the ounce Troy ij li.
Musk Codds the dozen ij li.
Mirrha the pound iij s.
Nigella the pound viij d.
Nitrum the pound ij s.
Nutmegs condited the pound iiij s.
Nux de Benn the pound j s.
Nux Cupressi the pound viij d.
Nux Indica the peece vj d.
Nux Vomica the pound viij d.
Nux Pini, or Grana Pini ye pound j s.
Nardus Celtica or Spica Romana the hundred and twelve pound v li. xij s.
Opiam the pound x s.
Olibanum or Incense the cxij li v li.
Osipium Huirredum the pound vj d.
Orcant or Almiet the pound j s.
Oringe Flower Oyntment the pound ij s. vj d.
Water the gallon v s.
Origanum the pound viij d.
Ossa de Corde Cervi the pound ij li.
Oyle of Amber the pound x s.
Oyle of Rosemary the pound viij s.
Oyle de Bay the cxij li ij li.
Oyle of Mace or Nutmegs ye pound vj s.
Oyle de Benn ye pound vj s. viij d.
Oyle of Spike the pound j s. viij d.
Oyle of Almonds the pound j s.
Oyle of Scorpions the pound ij s. viij d.
Oleum Petrolium the pound j s. viij d.
Oleum Turpentine the pound vj d.
Orabus the pound vj d.
Orpement Auripigmentum the hundred & twelve pound ij li.
Panther the pound iiij li.
Panis porcinus vid. Cyclamen.
Pearle beaten the ounce Troy iij s. iiij d.
Pellitory the pound vj d.
Pepper long the pound j s.
Perrosin vid. Frankincense
Pyony seeds the pound viij d.
Pistachias or Nux Pistachiæ the pound j s.
Pix Burgondiæ the cxij li xv s.
Polium Montanum the pound viij d.
Polipodum the pound iiij d.
Pomegarnet pills the cxij li ij li.
Poppy seed the pound viij d.
Precipitate vid. Mercury p[re]cipitate
Psyllium the pound viij d.
Prunellais or Pruans of Brunolia the pound j s.
Quicksilver vide Argentū vivum
Raponticum the pound xiij s. iiij d.
Radex Esule the pound j s.
Red lead the cxij li xvj s. viij d.
Rhabarbarum or Rubarb ye pound j li.
Rosalger the pound vide Arsenick
Rosset the pound vj d.
Radex contra yerva the pound iij s. iiij d.
Radex Scorcionera the pound iij s. iiij d.
Radex Peonæ the pound viij d.
Sal Alkali the pound iiij s.
Sal Armoniacum the pound j s. viij d.
Salgem the pound viij d.
Sal Niter the pound j s. vj d.
Sandracha or Gum Sandracha or Gum Juneperi the cxij li j li. viij s.
Sandiver the cxij li x s.
Sanguis draconis the pound iij s. iiij d.
Sarsaperilla the pound iij s. iiij d.
Sarsafrax Wood or Rootes ye cxij li j li.
Saunders white the pound j s.
Saunders yellow the pound ij s.
Saunders red alias stocke the hundred & twelve pound iiij li.
Scamony vide Diagredium
Scincus Marinus the peece iiij d.
Scordium the pound vj d.
Scorpions the peece iij d.
Sebestines the pound j s.
Seeds for Gardens of all sorts ye pound viij d.
Selæ Montanus the pound viij d.
Semen Cucumeris Cucurb citron melon the pound viij d.
Sena the pound ij s. vj d.
Sordonella the pound viij d.
Sperma cæti fine the pound v s.
Sperma cæti course oyly the hundred & twelve pound iiij li.
Spica celtica vide Nardus Celtica or Spica Romana.
Sanguis Hirci the pound j s.
Spicknard the pound vj s. viij d.
Spodium the pound j s. vj d.
Spunges the pound iij s. iiij d.
Squilla the cxij li j li. v s.
Squinanthum the pound iij s. iiij d.
Stecadoes the pound x d.
Staphisager the cxij li ij li.
Stibium vide Antimonium p[re]paratū
Storax Calamita the pound v s.
Storax Liquida the pound j s.
Succus Liquoritiæ the pound j s.
Sulphur vivum the pound viij d.
Tamarindes the pound x d.
Terra Lemnia the pound v s.
Terra Sigillata the pound iij s.
Thlaspii semen the pound j s.
Tornsal the pound viij d.
Torcisci de Vipera the ounce Troy v s.
Triacle co[m]mon the pound ij s.
Triacle of Venice the pound x s.
Turbith the pound v s.
Turbith Thapsiæ the pound ij s.
Turmericke the pound j s.
Turpentine of Venice Scio or Ciprus ye pound j s. viij d.
Turpentine Co[m]mon the cxij li x s.
Talke white the pound vj d.
Talke green the pound ij s.
Verdigrece the pound j s. viij d.
Vernish the cxij li ij li.
Vermillion vid. Cinabrum
Vitr[i (fn. 12) ]olum Romanum the pound j s.
Umber the hundred weight cont. cxij li j li.
Viscus quercinus the pound iiij s.
White lead the cxij li j li.
Wormeseeds the pound iij s. iiij d.
Zedoaria the pound iij s. iiij d.
Xilobalsamum vide Lentiscus

All Drugs imported directly from the place of theire groweth in English built Shipping to bee rated one third part of what is charged in the Booke of Rates & no more,

E.
Earlings the Groce cont. xij dozen j li.
Earthen Ware. Brickstones by the thousand j li.
Flaunders Tile to scower wth the thousand ij li.
Gally Tiles the Foote j s.
Paving Tiles the 1000. iij li.
Tiles called Pann Tiles the thousand viij li.
All other sorts of Earthen Ware not particularly mentioned to pay for every twenty shillings value j s. vj d.
Eggs the hundred conteyning six score j s. viij d.
Elephants teeth the hundred cont. cxij li iiij li.
Emery stones the hundred weight cont. one hundred & xij li viij s.
Ebony wood the hundred weight cont. a hundred & twelve pounds j li.
F.
Fanns For Corne the peece vj s. viij d.
of Paper the dozen vj s. viij d.
for women and children French making the dozen ij li.
Feathers for beds the hundred cont. cxij li vj li.
vo¯ Estridge, or Ostridge Feathers undrest the pound j li.
Estridge or Ostridge drest ye pound ij li.
Feather beds old or new the peece ij li. xiij s. iiij d.
Felts for Cloakes French making three yards & halfe long one yard & halfe broade the Felt iiij li.
Fiddles for Children the dozen iiij s.
Fire shovells the dozen xiij s. iiij d.
Fire shovell plates the hundred weight cont. one hundred and twelve pound xiij s. iiij d.
Figuretto the yard viij s. iiij d.
Files the groce cont. xij dozen ij li.
Fish voc. Codd fish the barrell xiij s. iiij d.
Codfish the last conteyning xij barrells viij li.
Codfish the hundred cont. six score ij li. vj s. viij d.
Codsheads the barrell iij s. iiij d.
Cole fish the hundred cont. 6 score j li.
Eeles voc. Pimper Eeles the barrell j li.
Shaft Kine or Dole Eeles the barrell j li. xs.
Spruce Eeles the barrll ij li.
Stubb Eeles the barrll ij li. vj s. viij d.
Quicke Eeles the Shipps lading xx li.
Gull Fish the barrell vj s. viij d.
Haddockes the barrell vj s. viij d.
Herrings white full or shotten the barrell viij s. iiij d.
white full or shottenye last cont. xij barlls v li.
red the cade cont. five hundred viij s. iiij d.
red the last cont. xx cades viij li. vjs. viij d.
Lamprills the peece j s.
Lings of all sorts the hundred cont. six score iii li. vj s. viij d.
Newland fish small the hundred cont. six score xs.
fish middle sort the hundred cont. 6 score j li.
fish great the hundred cont. 6 score j li. xs.
Salmon the barll ij li.
Girles the barll xv s.
Seale fish the fish xiij s. iiij d.
Stock fish voc Cropling the hundred cont. 6 score xiij s. iiij d.
the last conteyning a thousand vj li. xiijs. iiij d.
Lubfish the hundred cont. six score j li. vj s. viij d.
the last cont. a thousand xiij li. vj s. viij d.
Titling the hundred cont. six score vj s. viij d.
the last cont. a thousand iij li. vj s. viij d.
Whitings the barrell iij s. iiij d.
Note That all Sorts of Fish English taken and brought in English Ships ought to pay noe Custome as by Stat. 5° Eliz. Reg.
Flannell the yard j s. viij d.
Flaskes covered wth leather the dozen vs.
covered wth velvett the dozen ij li.
of horne the dozen vj s. viij d.
Flax. voc. Spruce Moscovy & all Flax undrest the hundred weight conteyning cxij li j li.
drest or wrough flax the hundred cont. cxij li. xv li.
Fleames to let blood the peece ij d.
Flockes the hundred weight cont. cxij li ij li.
Flutes course the groce cont. xij dozen j li.
Freeze of Ireland the yard ix d.
Frizado the peece cont. twenty four yards viij li.
Furrs voc. Armins the Timber cont. forty skins ij li.
Badger skins the peece ij s.
Bare skins black or red the peece j li.
white the peece ij li.
Beaver skins the whole peece vj s. viij d.
wombs the peece j s. viij d.
Budge white tawed the hundred cont. five score skins ij li.
black tawed the dozen skins j li. vj s. viij d.
untawed the hundred cont. five score skins iij li. x s.
Poules the fur cont. four panes j li.
Naverne the hundred leggs cont. five score viij s. iiij d.
Rumny the hundred leggs cont. 5 score vj s. viij d.
Calaber untawed the timber conteyning forty skins vj s. viij d.
tawed the timber cont. forty skins viij s.
seasoned the paine j li.
stag the paine xij s. vj d.
Catts skins the hundred cont. five score ij li.
poults the hundred cont. 5 score j li.
the mantle vj s. iij d.
wombs the panes or mantle vj s. iij d.
Dokerers the timber conteyning forty skins xiij s. iiij. d.
Fitches the timber cont. forty skins xiij s. iiij d.
the pane or mantle xij s. vj d.
Foxes. the blacke Fox skinn x li.
the ordnary skinn j s. iiij d.
the pane or mantle xv s.
wombes, poules or peeces the paine x s.
Foynes backes the dozen xiij s. iiij d.
tailes the pane or mantle xij s. vj d.
wth tayles the peece iij s. iiij d.
wthout tailes the peece iiij s.
raw the peece j s.
Poults the hundred cont. 5 score j li. vj s. viij d.
Wombs seasoned the pane or mantle j li. vj s. viij d.
Wombes stagg the paine or mantle xv s.
Grays untawed the timber cont. 40 skinns viij s. iiij d.
tawed the timber cont. forty skinns xij s. vj d.
Jennets. blacke raw the skinn xij s. vj d.
blacke seasoned the skin xvj s. viij d.
grey raw the skinn iij s.
grey seasoned the skin iiij s.
Letwis Tawed the Timber cont. fourty skinns viij s. iiij d.
Untawed the Timber cont. forty skinns vj s.
Leopards skins the peece j li. v s.
wombs the paine v li.
Lewzernes skins the peece ij li. x s.
Ma[r (fn. 13) ]trons The timber cont. 40 skins xij s.
the pane or mantle ix li.
Pouts the pane or mantle x s.
Gils the timber cont. 40 skinns xij s.
Tailes the hundred cont. five score ij li.
Miniver the mantle xiij s. iiij d.
Minkes untawed the timber cont. forty skinns iij li.
tawed the timber cont. forty skinns iiij li.
Mole skins the dozen vj d.
Otter skins the peece v s.
Ounce skins the peece xij s. vi d.
Sables of all sorts the timber cont. forty skinns xxx li.
Weazell skinns the dozen iiij d.
Wolfe skins tawed the peece j li. x s.
untawed the peece j li. iij s.
Wolverings the peece xij s. vj d.
Fustians vocat. Amsterdam Holland or Dutch fustians the peece cont. two halfe peeces of fifteen yards the halfe peece viij li.
Barmillions the peece cont. two halfe peecs viij li.
Cullen fustians the peece cont. two halfe peeces viij li.
Holmes and Bevernex fustians the bale cont. forty five halfe peeces lxxx li.
Holmes & Bevernex fustians the peece cont. two halfe peeces iij li. xiiij s.
Jeane fustian the peece cont. two halfe peeces iii li. vij s.
Millian fustians the peece cont. two halfe peeces viij li.
Naples fustians tript or velure plaine the halfe peece cont. seven yards and a halfe iiij li.
Naples fustians tript or velure plaine the peece cont. 15 yards viij li.
Naples fustians tript or velure plaine the yard x s.
Naples fustians wrought vocat. Sparta velvet, the halfe peece conteyning seven yards and an halfe vj li.
wrought or Sparta velvet ye yard xvj s.
Osbro or Augusta fustians ye peece cont. two halfe peeces iiij li. x s.
wth silke the yard viij s.
of Weazell the peece cont. two halfe peeces viij li.
Fusses of Cloves the pound iij s. vj d.
G.
Gadza of all sorts wthout gold or silver the yard ij s. viij d.
Gadza stript wth gold or silver the yard v s.
Gally dishes the dozen ij s. vj d.
Garnets small rough the pound j li.
small or great cut the pound iij li.
Gantlets the payre iiij s.
Gart[er]s of silke French making the dozen payre iij li.
Gaules the hundred [weight (fn. 13) ] cont. cxij l. ij li.
Gimlets for Vintners the dozen viij s.
Girdles of cruell the groce conteyning xij dozen ij li. xiij s. iiij d.
of leather the groce cont. 12 dozen iij li. vj s. viij d.
of silke the dozen ij li.
of velvet the dozen iiij li.
of wollen the dozen j li. xij s.
of counterfeite gold & silver the dozen j li.
Glasses for Windows vocat. Burgundy white the chest iij li. xv s.
Burgundy coloured the chest v li. v s.
Normandy white the case j li. x s.
Normandy coloured the case iij li. xv s.
Renish the weigh or webb cont. sixty bunches iiij li. xs.
Muscovy glasse or slude the pound ij s.
Drinking glasses voc. Venice drinking glasses the dozen xviij s.
Flanders drinking glasses the hundred glasses j li. vs.
Scotch and French drinking glasses the hundred cont. 5 score xv s.
course drinking glasses the dozen iij s.
Glasses voc. Burning glasses the dozen iij s.
Balme glasses the groce cont. xij dozen vij s. vj d.
Violls the hundred cont. 5 score xv s.
Water glasses the dozen xij s.
Looking glasses Halfe penny ware the groce cont. xij dozen viij s.
Penny ware the groce cont. xij dozen xvj s.
of Steele small the dozen xiij s. iiij d.
of Steele large j li. vj s. viij d.
of Christall small the dozen under No. 6. j li. xs.
of Christall middle sort the dozen No. 6. iij li.
of Christall the dozen No. 11. 12. xlv li.
of Christall small the dozen 7: 8: 9: 10: vj li.
Hower glasses of Flaunders making course the groce cont. xij dozen iij li.
of Flanders making the dozen fine j li.
of Venice making the dozen iij li.
Glasse stone plates for spectacles rough the dozen j li.
Glass plates or sights for looking glasses unfiled of Christall small under No. 6. the dozen j li.
of Christall No. 6. the dozen ij li.
of Christall No. 7. 8. 9. 10. the dozen iiij li.
of Christall No. 11. 12. the dozen xxx li.
Glass pipes Glasse pipes small the pound vij s. vj d.
great the hundred weight cont. cxij li. vij li. x s.
All other glass Manufactures not above particularly rated except glass Beads rated at p li. j s. vj d.
Glew the hundred weight cont. 112 li. j li.
Globes. small the payre iij li.
large the paire vi li.
Gloves. of Bridges or French making the groce cont. xij dozen ij li. x s.
of Canary Millane or Venice unwrought the dozen payre j li.
of Canary Millane Venice or French wrought wth gold or silver the dozen pair iiij li.
of Vaudon the dozen paire x s.
of silke knit the dozen payre ij li.
of Spanish plaine ye dozen paire xv s.
Gold and Silver thred counterfeite voc.. Bridges gold & silver the pound cont.. 16 ounces Avordupoiz xiij s. iiij d.
Cap gold & silver the pound cont. 16 ounces Avordepoiz j li.
Copper gold & silver upon quills & rolles or in sk[a (fn. 13) ]ine the pound cont. 16 ounces Avordepoyz x s.
Cullen gold & silver the mast conteyning two pound & a halfe at twelve ounces to the pound j li. vi s. viij d.
French copper gold & silver the marke cont. eight ounces Avoir du poiz v s.
Lyons copper gold & silver double gilt the marke cont. eight ounces Haber de poiz li. vj s. viij d.
Gold & silver thred right vocat. Venice Florance or Millane gold & silver ye pound cont. xij ounces Venice weight iij li. vj s. viij d.
French and Paris gold & silver the marke cont. eleven ounces & ½ Venice weight ij li.
Gold foile the small groce cont. xij dozen vj s. viij d.
Gold paper the small groce cont. 12 dozen xiij s. iiij d.
Granies French or Guiny the pound viij d.
Graines or Scarlett powder the pound vj s. viij d.
of Sevill in berries & granies of Portugall or Rotta the pound iij s. iiij d.
Grindle stones the chaldron j li. vj s. viij d.
Grocery Wares vocat. Almonds the hundred weight cont. cxij li. vj li.
Anniseeds the hundred weight cont. cxij iij li.
Cloves the pound x s.
Currans the hundred weight cont. cxij li. vj li.
Dates the hundred weight cont. cxij vi li.
Ginger of the East Indyes ye pound iij s.
of the West Indyes ye pound j s. iiij d.
Licoras the hundred weight cont. 112 li. j li. xs.
Maces the pound j li.
Nutmegs the pound viij s.
Pepper the pound iij s. iiij d.
Pepper imported directly from the place of its growth in English built shipping the pound j s. viij d.
Cinomom the pound vj s. viij d.
Raisins great the hundred weight cont. cxij li j li. xs.
of the Sun the hundred weight cont. cxij li j li.
Raisins of Smirna blacke the hundred weight cont. cxij li j li.
red the hundred weight cont. cxij li j li.
Figgs the hundred cont. cxij li j li. xiij s. iiij d.
Prunes the hundred weight cont. cxij li xv s.
Suger Candy browne the hundred weight cont. 112 li x li.
Candy white ye hundred weight cont. cxij li xv li.
Muscovados the hundred weight cont. one hundred & twelve pound iiij li.
Refined double & single in loves the hundred weight cont. cxij li xvij li.
St Thome & Panneils ye hundred weight cont. cxij li ij li.
white the hundred weight cont. cxij li vij li. vj s. viij d.
white Sugers from the English Plantac[i]ons the hundred weight cont. cxij li v li.
browne Sugers & Muscovadoes from ye English Plantat[i]ons the hundred weight cont. cxij li j li. x s.
All Spicery except Pepper imported directly from the place of its groweth in English built shipping to bee rated one third part of what is charged in the Booke of Rates & no more
Grogrames Turky the yard iij s. ix d.
Guns voc. Calervers the peece v s.
Muskets the peece x s.
Gunpowder voc. Serpentine the hundred weight cont. cxij li v li.
Corne powder the hundred weight cont. cxij li viij li.
H.
Halberds guilt the peece xiij s. iiij d.
ungilt the peece iij s. iiij d.
Hammers wth wooden handles or wthout the dozen iiij s.
vocat. Horsemens h[a]mers the dozen xiij s. iiij d.
Hankirchirs the dozen iij li.
Harness Roses the thousand j s.
Harness vocat. Corslets compleate the peece j li.
Curatts the peece xij s. vj d.
Morians or head peeces graven the peece x s.
Morians or head peeces plaine the peece v s.
Harp strings or Catlings the groce cont. twelve dozen v s.
Hatbands the groce conteyning xij dozen v l.
Hatts of beaver wool or haire the hatt x li.
of Bridges the dozen x li.
Duch felts or hatts made of wool the peece j li.
Spanish or Portugall felts the dozen v li.
of silke French making the dozen iij li.
of straw vide Bast
of Venice the dozen iij li.
of wool or worsted trimd the dozen iij li.
Hawkes vocat. Falcons the Hawke iiij li.
Goshawkes the Hawke iij l. vj s. viij d.
Jerfalcons the Hawke iiij li. x s.
Jerkins the Hawke iij li. vj s. viij d.
Lanners the Hawke iiij li.
Lannarets the Hawke ij li.
Tassels of all sorts the Hawke ij li.
Hawkes hoods the groce cont. xij dozen j li. vj s. viij d.
Haire bottomes for sives the groce cont. twelve dozen x s.
Haire voc. Camells haire the pound iij s.
Elkes haire for saddles the hundred weight cont. cxij li. xij s. vj d.
Goates haire the pound is. ij d.
Headings for pipes hogsheds or barrells the hundred cont. six score vj s. viij d.
Heath for brushes the hundred cont. cxij li j li.
Hemp voc. Hemp short drest the hundred weight cont. one hundred & twelve pounds viij li.
Cullen & steel hemp & all other sorts of drest hemp the hundred weight cont. cxij li. x li.
Spruce Muscovia & all other rough hemp the hundred weight cont. cxij li. xiij s. iiij d.
Hides voc. Buffe hides the hide x s.
Cow hides of Barbary and Muscovia the hide ij s. vj d.
Cow or horse hides tanned the peece x s.
India hides the hide iiij s. ij d.
Cow or horse hides in the haire the peece ij s. vj d.
Losh hides the peece v s.
All other hides in the haire or undrest halfe the custome
Hides Red or Muscovia hides tanned coloured or uncoloured the hide vj s. viij d.
Hilts for swords or daggers the dozen ij li.
Hony the barrell ij l.
the tonne xij li.
Hoopes of iron for pipes or hogsheds ye hundred weight cont. cxij li. j li. vj s. viij d.
for Coopers the thousand j li. vj s. viij d.
Hops the hundred weight cont. cxij li. xv li.
Horses or mares the horse or mare x li.
Hose of cruell voc. Mantua hose the paire x s.
I.
Jett the pound iij s. iiij d.
Jews Trumps the groce cont. xij dozen x s.
Inke for Printers the hundred weight cont. cxij li. ij l.
Imperlings blew or red the dozen j li. x s.
Inkhorns the groce cont. twelve dozen iij li.
of brasse the dozen xij s.
Incle unwrought the pound ij s. vj d.
wrought the dozen pound viij li.
Rowles the dozen peeces cont. 36 yards the peece vj li.
Indico of Turkey of the West Indyes or rich Indico the pound iij s. iiij d.
Indico dust the pound j s. viij d.
Indico of English Plantations the pound j s.
Instrum[en]ts for Barbers & Chirurgeons vocat. Bullet scrues the dozen iiij s.
Incision sheeres the dozen v s.
Setts the bundle conteyning sixteen ij s.
Paices or Tooth drawers the dozen v s.
Plulicanes the dozen v s.
Trepans the dozen x s.
Iron Amis Spanish Spruce and Swedish the Tonn vij li.
Backes for chimnyes small the peece vj s. viij d.
Backes for chimneyes large the peece xiij s. iiij d.
Bands for kettles the hundred weight cont. cxij li. ij li.
Fire Irons the groce cont. 12 dozen x s.
Hoopes the hundred weight cont. cxij li. j li. vj s. viij d.
Stones the peece v li.
Juice of Lemons the pipe iiij li.
Ivory the pound x s.
K.
Key knops the groce cont. xij dozen j li.
Knives. Almanie Bohemia & all other course knives the dicker conteyning tenn knives iij s.
Butchers knives the dicker cont. tenn knives iij s.
Carving knives the dozen iij li.
Collen knives the groce cont. xij dozen viij li.
French knives the groce cont. xij dozen iiij li.
Glovers knives the bundle conteyning six knives j li. x s.
Pen knives the groce cont. xij dozen j li. x s.
Sker knives the dicker cont. 10 knives iij s.
Stock knives ungilt the dozen stockes iiij li.
Stocke knives gilt the dozen stockes vj li.
L.
Lace voc. Bone lace of thred the dozen yards iiij li.
Brittaine lace the groce cont. twelve dozen yards vj li.
Cruell lace the small groce cont. twelve dozen viij li.
Gold & Silver lace the pound cont. xij ounces Troy xij li.
Gold & Silver lace the ounce Troy j li.
Pomet lace the groce cont. xij dozen yards ij li.
Purle or antlet lace of thred the groce cont. xij dozen j li.
Silke bone lace the pound cont. sixteen ounces xl li.
Silke lace of all other sorts the pound cont. xvj ounces x li.
Ladles voc. melting ladles the hund: weight cont. 112 li. ij li.
Lapis magnata [falce (fn. 14) ] the pound iij s.
Lattin vocat. blacke Lattin the hundred weight cont. a hundred & xij li. ij li.
shaven Lattin the hundred weight cont. cxij li. iij li. vj s. viij d.
Lead oare the Tonne iiij li.
Leomons pickled the Pipe iiij li.
Lemon water the Tonne x li. xiij s. iiij d.
the Gallon xj d.
Leather vocat. Bazill leather the dozen xx li.
Spanish leather or Cordivant the dozen skinns v li.
Hangings gilt the peece iiij li.
Spruce or Dansk leather the dozen skinns ij li.
Leather for Maskes the pound vj s. viij d.
Turkey & East India Cordivant the dozen ij li.
Leaves of Gold the hundred leaves cont. five score v s.
Lewers for Hawkes the peece j s. iiij d.
Lime for Dyers the barrell v s.
Lines of Hambrough for ships the peece vj d.
Lin-seed the bushell v s.
Linnes blew or red the dozen j li. x s.
Linnen cloth or. Callicoes. Cambricks. Callicoes fine or course ye peece x s.
the halfe peece cont. six ells & ½ j li.
the peece cont. 13 ells ij li.
Canvas voc.. Dutch Barras & Hessens Canvas the hundred ells contayning six score iij li. x s.
French or Normandy Canvas & lyne narrow browne or white the hundred ells, conteyning one hundred and twenty vj li.
French Canvas & line broade for tabling being an ell & halfe quarter & upwards the hundred ells cont. six score xv li.
Packing Canvas guttings & Spruce Canvas the 100 ells. conteyning 6 score ij li. x s.
Poledavies the bolt cont. xxviij ells j li.
Spruce Elbing or Quinsbrow canvas the bolt cont. twenty eight ells xv s.
Stript or tufted canvas wth thred the peece cont. xv yards ij li.
Stript tufted or quilted canvas wth silke the peece cont. fifteen yards iiij li.
Stript canvas wth copper the peece cont. xv yards iiij li.
Vandolose or Vittry canvas the hundred ells cont. cxx. v li.
working canvas for cushons narrow the 100 ells cont. 120 iij li.
working canvas broade the 100 ells conteyning one hundred & twenty v li.
working canvas of the broadest sort the hundred ells cont. 120 vj li.
Damask Tabling of Holland making ye yard j li.
Towelling & napkening of Holland making the yard vij s.
Tabling of Silesia making ye yard iiij s.
Towelling & napkening of Selisea making the yard j s. iiij d.
Diaper Tabling of Holland making ye yard ix d.
Towelling & napkening of Holland making ye yard iij s.
Napkins of Holland making ye dozen j li. xvj s.
Tabling of Selisia making ye yard iij s. iiij d.
Towelling & napkening of Slesia making the yard j s. iiij d.
Lawnes the ½ peece cont. 6 ells ½ iij li.
the peece cont. 13 ells vj li.
Callico lawnes the peece j li. vj d. viij d.
French lawnes the peece j li. x s.
Slesia lawnes ye peece cont. betwixt 4 & 8 yards x s.
Flaunders Holland cloth Flemish cloth the ell v s.
Gentish cloth
Isingham cloth
Overisils cloth
Rowse cloth
Brabant cloth
Embden cloth
Freeze cloth
Bag Holland
Browne Holland
Brittish the 100 ells cont. 5 score vj li. xiij s. iiij d.
Cowsseild cloth or platts the ell j s. viij d.
Drilling & pack ducke ye 100 ells cont. 6 score ij li.
Elbing or Danske cloth double ploy the ell j s. viij d.
Hambrough & Slesia cloth broade the 100 ells cont. 6 score white or browne x li.
Hambrough cloth narrow the hundred ells cont. 6 score viij li.
Hinderlands middle good Headlake & Muscovia linnen narrow the 100 ells cont. six score ij li. xiij s. iiij d.
Irish cloth the 100 ells cont. 6 score ij li.
Lockrams vocat.. Treager great & narrow or co[m]mon dowlace ye peece cont. 106 ells v li.
Broad dowlace the peece cont. 106 ells
Minsters the roll cont. 1500 ells, at 5 score to the hundred lvj li. xiij s. iiij d.
Ozenbrigs the roll cont. 1500 ells, at 5 score to the hundred lx li.
Soulthwitch the hund: Ells cont. 6 score iiij li.
Polonia Ulsters Hanovers Lubecke narrow Slesia narrow Westphalia narrow Harford, plaine napkening & all other narrow cloth of high Dutchland & the East Countrey white or browne not otherwise rated the 100 ells cont. 6 score iiij li.

All Linnen of Germany or high Dutchland & Silesia not above ¾ & a halfe broade shalbee accompted narrow linnen & all above that breadth shalbe accompted broad & pay accordingly.

Linen Cloth or. Strawsbrough or Hambrough linnen the ell iij s.
Twill & Ticking of Scotland the hundred ells cont. cxx iij li.

All linnen shall pay one full Moytie over & above what is before rated for wch additionall duty the importer giveing security at the Custome house shall have twelve monthes time for paym[en]t of the same from the time of ye Importac[i]on, or in case such Importer shall pay ready mony hee shall have 10 p[er] Cent of the said Duty abated to him, And if any of the said Linnens for wch this said Duty is paid or secured at the Importac[i]on be exported wthin 12 mo. after the Importac[i]ons, then the aforesaid Duty shalbe wholy repaid, or the Security vacated, as to what shall bee exported.

Lockers or Chapes for Daggers the groce conteyning twelve dozen xiij s. iiij d.
Lockes voc. Budgets or hanging lockes small the groce cont. xij dozen j li. x s.
Hanging lockes large ye groce cont. xij dozen iij li.
Lutes. Cullen making wth cases ye dozen viij li.
Venice making wth cases the dozen xxiiij li.
Lute strings voc.. Catlings ye groce cont. 12 dozen knots ij s. viij d.
Minikins the groce cont. 12 dozen knots j li. vj s. viij d.
Litmus the C weight conteyning cxij li. j li.
M.
Madder voc.. Crop Madder & all other bale Madder the hundred weight cont. one hundred & xij li. j li. x s.
Fatt Madder the hundred weght cont. cxij li. xvj s. viij d.
Mull Madder the hundred weight cont. cxij li. j li.
Magnus the hundred weight cont. cxij li. j li.
Mapps printed the Reame iiij li.
Maskes of Velvett the dozen iij li.
of Sattin the dozen ij li.
Masts for ships small the mast iij s. iiij d.
middle the mast x s.
great the mast j li.
Match for Gunns the pound ij d.
Matts of Russia the matt vj d.
Mault & Barley vide Corne.
Meale of Wheate or Rye the Last cont. xij barlls iij li.
Medlers the basket cont. two bushells x s.
Mallasses of Rameales the tonne xiij li. vj s. viijd.
Messelanes the peece cont. 30 yards ix li.
The single peece cont. 14 yards of Slesia making j li. xvj s.
Metheglin the hogshed ij li.
Methredate the pound j li.
Mocado ends the dozen pound iiij li.
Morters & Pestells of brass the pound j s. iiij d.
Muster seed the c li. cont. cxij li. x s.
Mittens of Wadmol the dozen paire ix s.
N.
Nailes vocat. Chaire nailes the thousand xiij s. iiij d.
Copper nailes Rose nailes & Sadlers nailes the sum cont. ten thousand xiij s. iiij d.
Head nailes the barrell viij li.
Harness nailes the sum cont. ten thousand j li.
Small nayles the halfe barll viij li.
Spring nailes the sum cont. ten thousand vj s. viij d.
Tenter hookes the thousand v s.
Napkins French making the dozen xij s.
Neats tongues. Tongues of Russia the peace ij d.
the barrell x s.
the dozen ij s. vj d.
Neckerchirs of Flaunders making the dozen vj li.
Needles the dozen thousand iij li.
voc. Pack needles the thousand xiij s. iiij d.
voc. Sale needles the thousand vj s. viij d.
Nutmegs pickled the peece iiij d.
Nutts vocat. small Nuts the barrell x s.
Walnuts the barll vj s. viij d.
O.
Okeham the hundred weight cont. cxij li. x s.
Oaker the barrell j li. vj s. viij d.
Oares. the peece j s.
the hundred cont. 6 score vj li.
Oates the quart[er] cont. eight bushells iiij s.
Oyle voc. Rape and Linseed Oyls ye tonne lxx li.
Sivile oyle Majorca oyle Minorca oyle Apuglia Province oyle and Portugall oyle the tonne xxxij li.
Sallet oyle the gallon v s.
traine oyle of Greenland ye ton viij li.
traine oyle of Newfoundland, & the like sort the tonne vj li.
All traine oyle or fish oyle of Forraigne fishing the tonn 1[ia]i.
Ollives the hogshed viij li.
Onions the barrell iij s. iiij d.
the hundred bunches xvj s. viij d.
seed the hundred weight cont. cxij li. iiij li.
Orchall the hundred weight conteyning an hundred and twelve pounds ij li.
Orranges and Lemons the thousand j li.
Orsdew the dozen pound j li. vj s. viij d.
P.
Packthred in skenes the hundred pound iij li.
vocat. Bottome thred ye hundred pound ij li. x s.
Panns voc.. Dripping pans & frying pans the hundred weight cont. cxij li. iij li.
Warming pans the dozen iij li.
Paper voc.. Blew paper the reame x s.
Browne paper the bundle iij s.
Cap paper the reame vij s. vj d.
Demy paper the reame xij s.
Ordnary printing & copy paper ye reame iiij s. vj d.
Painted paper the reame xiij s. iiij d.
Pressing paper the hundred leaves xiij s. iiij d.
Rochell paper as large as Demy paper the reame ix s.
Royall paper the reame j li.
Parchment the dozen cont. xij sheets vij s.
the roll cont. 6 dozen ij li. ij s.
Past of Jeane the pound vij s. vj d.
Peares or apples dryed the barrell x s.
Pease the quart[er] cont. 8 bushells iiij s.
Petticotes of silke the peece iij li.
Penners the groce cont. xij dozen ij li.
Percer bitts the groce cont. xij dozen j li.
Pheasants the dozen from Christmas to Midsomer iiij li.
Pouts from Midsomer to Christmas ij li. x s.
Pike heads the peece vj d.
Pikes wthout heads the peece iij s. vj d.
wth heads the peece iiij s.
Pinns the dozen thousand ij li. x s.
Pincers and plyers the dozen iiij s.
Pintadoes or Callecoe cubbard clothes the peece vj s. viij d.
Pipe or hogshead staves the hundred cont. six score vj s. viij d.
Pipes for Tabors the dozen iiij s.
for children the groce cont. xij dozen viij s.
Pitch vocat. Small band the Last cont. xij barrells ij li. x s.
Great band the Last cont. xij barlis ij li. x s.
Plaister of Paris the mount conteyning three thousand weight ij li.
Plaine irons the dozen ij s.
Plankes of Ireland the hundred foote cont. five score xij s. vj d.
Plate. Silver white or ungilt the ounce iiij s.
of silver parcell gilt the ounce iiij s. vj d.
of silver gilt the ounce v s.
Plates vocate single white or blacke the hundred plates xiij s. iiij d.
double white or blacke the hundred plates j li. vj s. viij d.
single white or black the barrell cont. 300 plates ij li.
double white or blacke the barrell cont. 300 plates iiij li.
Harnesse plates or iron doubles the plate j s.
Harness plates or iron doubles the bundle cont. ten plates x s.
Playing Tables of Walnut tree ye paire vj s. viij d.
Points of thred the great groce cont. twelve small groce j li.
of capiton the great groce cont. xij small groce ij li.
of fine silke the small groce cont. twelve dozen j li. x s.
Pomistones the tonne xiij s. iiij d.
Pomegarnets the thousand ij li.
Porke the side v s.
the tonne vj li.
Potatoes. the hundred weight cont. one hundred & twelve pounds xvj s. viij d.
Potts. of Earth or Stone covered the hundred cont. five score j li. vj s. viij d.
of Earth or Stone uncovered the hundred cast conteyning a gallon to every cast whether in one pott or more ij li. x s.
vocat. Gally potts the hundred cont. five score ij li.
Potts vocat. Melting potts for Goldsmiths the hundred iij s.
of Iron French or Flemish making the dozen iij li.
Pullies. vocat. Pullyes of Iron the groce cont. xij dozen iiij s.
of Brasse the dozen iiij s.
of Wood the groce conteyning twelve dozen j li.
Punsons & Gravers for Goldsmithes the pound j s.
Q.
Quailes the dozen viij s.
Quills vocat. Goose quills the thousand ij s.
Quilts French making the dozen iiij li. xvj s.
of Callico the peece ij li.
of Sattin or other silke the peece vj li. xiij s. iiij d.
Quinces the hundred viij s.
R.
Rackets the peece viij d.
Rape of grapes the tonne iij li.
Rape Seed the quarter j li.
Rashes voc. Bridges or Leyden Rashes the single peece cont. 15 yards iiij li.
Bridges or Leyden Rashes the double peece cont. two single peecs vij li.
Cloth Rashes the peece xviij li.
Rattles for children the groce cont. xij dozen j li. vj s. viij d.
wth Bells the dozen vj s.
Razers the dicker conteyning tenn j li.
Record[er]s the set or case cont. 5 Recorders j li.
Ribbon of silke of all sorts the pound iiij li.
Rice the hundred weight conteyning an hundred & xij li. j li. vj s. viij d.
Rosen the hundred weight cont. cxij li. vj s. viij d.
Rugs voc. Irish Rugs the peece xiij s. iiij d.
Polish Rugs the peece j li.
Rims for Sives the groce cont. xij dozen vj s.
Rings voc. for Keyes the groce cont. xij dozen ix s.
for Curtaines the pound j s. iiij d.
of Wyre the groce cont. twelve dozen iiij s.
of Brass Copper or St. Martins gilt the groce cont. xij dozen j li.
small the Box conteyning two groce twelve dozen to each groce x s.
of Haire the groce cont. twelvie dozen iij s.
S.
Sackcloth the 100 ells cont. six score viij li.
of single threds the peece cont. fifteene yards x s.
wth white threds the yard j s.
wth silke the yard j s. vj d.
Saddles of steele the peece j li.
Saffora vide Barillia.
Safflora the pound j s.
Saffron the pound j li. x s.
Salt voc.. white or Spanish Salt ye bushell viij d.
white or Spanish Salt the way cont. forty bushells j li. vj s. viij d.
Bay or French Salt the bushell vj d.
Bay or French Salt the way cont. forty bushells j li.
Salt peter the hundred weight cont. one hundred & xij li. j li.
Saws voc. Hand sawes the dozen vj s. viij d.
Tenant sawes the dozen xiij s. iiij d.
Whip sawes the peece v s.
Legg sawes the peece vj s. viij d.
Says Double Sayes or Flaunders [Serges (fn. 15) ] the peece cont. xv yards ix li.
Double Say or Serge ye yard xij s.
Mild Sayes the peece vj li.
Hounscot Say the peece cont. four & twenty yards vj li.
Scamoty the yard j s.
Scamoty the peece cont. seven yards ½ vij s. vj d.
Scissers the groce cont. 12 dozen iij li.
Sea holly rootes the hundred weight cont. cxij li. j li.
Sea morse teeth the pound iij s.
Serge. of Athens the yard ij s.
of Florence the yard j li.
Sheares for Shearmen new the paire j li.
for Shearmen old the paire xiij s. iiij d.
for Glovers the paire j s.
for Seamesters the dozen iij s. iiij d.
vocat. Forceps the groce cont. xij dozen xiij s. iiij d.
for Taylers the dozen xvj s.
Sheepe imported from Ireland to England by the score v li.
Shubs of Callaber the peece or shub ij li.
Shumacke the C weight cont. cxij li. xiij s. iiij d.
Shruff or old Brasse the C weight cont. an hundred & twelve pound iij li.
Syder the tonne iiij li.
Silke voc. Bridges silke the pound cont. xvj ounces ij li.
Ferret or Floret silke ye pound cont. sixteen ounces j li.
Fillozell or Paris silke ye pound contayning sixteen ounces xv s.
Granado Silke blacke the pound cont. sixteen ounces iij li.
Silke in colours the pound cont. sixteen ounces iiij li.
Naples Silke blacke the pound cont. 16 ounces ij li.
Silke in colo[r]s the pound cont. sixteene ounces ij li. x s.
Silk voc. Orgazine [silke (fn. 15) ] the pound cont. 16 ounces & all throwne silke in the gum xvj s. viij d.
Pole & Spanish silke the pound cont. 16 ounces ij li.
Raw China silke ye pound cont. 24 ounces j li.
Raw Morea silke the pound cont. 24 ounces x s.
Raw long silke of all sorts (except China) ye pound cont. 24 ounces x s.
Raw short silke or Capiton ye pound cont. 24 ounces vj s. viij d.
Satin silke ye pound cont. 16 ounces ij li.
Sleave silke course ye pound 9t 16 ounces xiij s. iiij d.
Sleave silke fine or Naples sleave the pound cont. 16 ounces ij li. xiij s. iiij d.
Silke Nubbs or Husks of silke ye pound cont. 21 ouncs ij s.
Throwne silke the pound dyed cont. 16 ouncs v li.
Silk wrought Imported in ships English built directly from the East Indyes the pound weight cont. 16 ounces xv s.
of the Manufacture of Italy imported from thence in English built ships the pound weight cont. 16 03s j li. xiij s. iiij d.
Imported from the East Indyes in other bottomes the pound weight cont. 16 ounces j li.
from Italy ij li.
from any other parts of ye World the pound weight cont. xvj ounces ij li.

Provided That all forraigne Silkes wrought exported wth in one Yeare from the Importac[i]ons shall have 2/3 of the aforesaid Rates repaid at the Custome house.

All Silke wrought shall pay one full Moity over & above what it stands rated in this Booke for which addic[i]onall Duty the Importer giveing Security at the Custome house shall have 12 mo. Time for Paym[en]t of the same from the Time of the Importac[i]ons Or in case such Importer shall pay Ready Mony he shall have 10 li. p[er] Cent. of the said Duty abated to him, And if any of the said Silkes for which the said Duty is paid or secured at the Importac[i]on, be exported within xij Months after theire Importac[i]on then the foresaid Duty shall be wholy retorned or ye Security vacated, as to what shalbe [so (fn. 16) ] exported.

Skins voc. Bucks Skins in the haire ye skin ij s. vj d.
drest the skin v s.
Calve skins of Ireland raw ye dozen vj s. viij d.
tanned x s.
Cordivant of Turky East Indyes or Scotland ye doz: j li. vj s. viij d.
Dog fish skins for Fletchers the dozen vj d.
Fox skins drest the dozen xvj s.
Gold skins the skinn vj d.
Goate skins of Barbary [or (fn. 16) ] ye East Country in ye haire ye dozen skins j li.
of Scotland & Ireland in ye haire the dozen vj s. viij d.
tanned the dozen ij li.
Husse skins for Fletchers the skinn vj d.
Kidd skins in the haire the hundred cont. five score j li.
drest the hund[red] cont. 5 score ij li.
Portugall skins the dozen ij li.
Seale skins the skinn j s. viij d.
Shamway skins the dozen j li. vj s. viij d.
Sheep skins in ye woll the skinn iij d.
Spanish Civill or Cordivant skinsye dozen v li.
Spruce skins tawed the dozen ij li.
Skeets for Whitsters the Skeet j s.
Slip the barll iij s. iiij d.
Smalts the pound j s. vj d.
Snuffers of all sorts the dozen vj s. viij d.
Soape voc. Castle or Venice the c weight cont. 112 li. iij li.
Flemish the barrell iiij li.
Spangles of Copper the thousand j s.
Sparrs small the hundred cont. 6 score j li.
Spectacles without cases the groce cont. xij dozen j li.
Spoones of horne the groce cont. xij dozen xvj s.
Spunges vide Drugs
Standishes of Wood the dozen iiij s.
of Brasse the dozen xij s.
covered with Leather gilt the peece vj s. viij d.
vocat. Pocket Standishes the dozen ij li.
Starch white the c weight cont. cxij li. v li.
Staves voc. Barrell staves the c cont. 6 score iij s. iiij d.
Firkin staves ye c cont. 6 score ij s.
Steele voc. Long steel, Wisp steel & such like the ct weight cont. cxij li. j li. x s.
Gad steele the ½ barrll x li.
Stockings of Wadmol the paire j s.
Stone birds or Whistles the small groce cont. xij dozen iiij s.
Stones voc. Blood stones the pound xv s.
Cane stones the tonne xv s.
Dogg stones the Last cont. 3 paire to the last xxxix li.
Stones voc. Mill stones the peece x li.
Querne stones small the Last ij li. v s.
Querne stones large the Last iiij li. x s.
Slick stones the c cont. 5 score xv s.
Sturgeon the firkin j li. xs.
the cagg xv s.
Stuffs of all sorts made [of (fn. 16) ] or mixt wth wool p[er] yard j li. v s.
Succade wet or dry the pound iij s.
Sword blades of Venice Turky or fine blades ye dozen j li. xs.
course of Flaund[er]s making ye dozen j li.
T.
Table bookes. course the dozen x s.
fine the dozen j li.
Tables voc.. playing Tables of Wainscott and all other sorts, course the payre v s.
Tackes of Iron the thousand vj s. viij d.
Tallow the C weight cont. cxij li. xvj s. viij d.
Tannets of Cruell the yard vj s.
Tapistry with haire the Flemish ell ij s. viij d.
with Caddas the Flemish ell viij s.
with silke the Flemish ell xiij s. iiij d.
with Gold or Silver ye Flem: ell viij li.
with Wool the Flemish ell iiij s.
Tarras the Barrell vj s. viij d.
Tarr small band the Last cont. xij barrells ij li. x s.
great band the Last cont. 12 barlls ij li. x s.
Tazells the thousand v s.
Thimbles the thousand iij li.
Thred. Bridges thred the dozen pound ij li. v s.
Crosbow thred the hundred pound conteyning five score iii li. vj s. viij d.
Lyons or Paris thred the bale cont. 100 bolts xxx li.
Outnall thred the dozen pound iij li.
Peecing thred the dozen pound iiij li.
Sisters thred the pound xv s.
whited browne the dozen pound iiij li.
Thrums of linnen or Fustian the pound vj d.
of Wollen the pound j s.
Tikes vocat. Brizel Tikes and counterfeite Brizel the Tike j li. x s.
Turnall Tikes the Tike j li. x s.
Tiking of the East countrey the yard viij d.
Tikes of Stoade the Tike j li. x s.
Tincall the pound vid' Drugs
Tinfoyle the groce cont. xij dozen iij s. iiij d.
Tinglass the c cont. cxij li. iij li.
Tinsell with Copper the yard v s.
right gold & silver the yard x s.
Tinshore the groce cont. xij dozen js. vj d.
Tobacco voc. Spanish & Brazill Tobacco or any not English plantac[i]ons the pound x s.
Spanish or Brazele tobacco in pudding or role the pound x s.
Sent Christ[er]s Barbados or any of ye Carib Islands Virginia & Somer Islands tobacco the pound English plant. j s. viij d.

All Tobacco of the English Plantac[i]ons shall pay over & above the last mentioned rate by the Merchant Importer one penny per li at nine months after importac[i]on & give security for the same,

Provided that such Tobacco as shall bee exported by any person within twelve months from the importac[i]on shall have this whole duty of one penny per pound repaid,

And in case any Merchant or Importer shall desire to pay ready mony hee shall have an abatement after the rate of 10 li. p[er] cent. per ann[um].

Tooles voc. Carving tooles the groce cont. xij doz. j li.
Tow the hundred weight cont. cxij li. x s.
Trayes of wood the shocke cont. 60 Trayes j li.
Triacle. Flaunders Treakle the barll iiij li.
of Jeane the pound j s. iiij d.
Trenchers white sort co[m]mon the groce cont. xij doz. iiij s.
red or painted ye groce cont. 12 dozen xij s.
Treene nailes the thousand x s.
Trunnells the thousand x s.
Tweezes of France the dozen iij li.
Twine of Hambrough the pound vj d.
the hundred weight cont. cxij li. ij li. x s.
Twist for bandstrings the dozen knots x s.
V.
Vallances of Scotland the Peece viij s.
Verditer the c weight cont. cxij li. j li. vj s. viij d.
Verders of Tapistry with haire the Flemish ell ij s.
Vellum for Table bookes the skinn x s.
Violls the peece xiij s. iiij d.
Vice harps the dozen ij s.
Vice tongues or hand vices the dozen xij s.
Viniger the Tonn v li.
Vizards the dozen j li. iiij s.
W.
Wadmoll the yard ix d.
Wainscots the hundred cont. 6 score x li.
Wax the hundred weight cont. cxij li. ij li.
voc. hard wax the pound iij s. iiij d.
Whale Fins of English fishing imported by English in English shipping directly from the place by the tonne l li.
Whale Finn not of English fishing by ye Tonn c li.
Whetstones ye c stones cont. five score xvj s. viij d.
Whipcord the pound viij d.
Whistles Cockes or Bellows, the groce j li. iiij s.
Whistles, Cockes or Birds of Stone ye small groce cont. xij dozen iiij s.
Woad voc. Islands or green woad the Tonn cont. xx hundred weight xv li.
Tholose woad yec weight cont. cxij li. j li. xiij s. iiij d.
Worme seeds vide Drugs
Worsted vocat. St Omers narrow ½ worsted ye peece j li.
voc. Russells worsted or broad worsted ye peece ij li.
Wood voc. Boxwood for Combs the 1000 peeces j li. xiij s. iiij d.
Brazill or Farnambuck wood the C weight cont. cxij li. j li. xv s.
Braziletto or Gemeaco wood ye c weight cont. 112 li. j li. j s. viij d.
Ebony wood ye c weight cont. cxij li. ij li.
Fusticke the c weight cont. cxij li. v s.
Lignum vitæ vide Drugs.
Wood voc. Plankes of Ireland the foote j d. ob.
Red or Guiny wood the Tonne xxx li.
Speckled wood ye c weight cont. 112 li. xiij s. iiij d.
Sweet wood of West India C weight cont. cxij li. j li. v s.
Timber of Ireland ye Tonn or loade xiij s. iiij d.
Woll voc. Beaver woll free
Cotten wool not of the growth of the English plantac[i]ons p[er] li. iiij d.
Cotton wool of the English plantac[i]ons free
Estridge wool imported in English built Ships the c weight cont. cxij li. free
Irish wool combd the pound free
Irish wool uncombd the hundred weight cont. cxij li. free
Lambs wool the hundred weight cont. 112 li. free
Polonia wool ye c weight cont. 112 li. free
Spanish wool for clothing ye c weight cont. 112 li. free
Spanish felt wool ye c weight cont. 112 li. free
Red wool the pound free
Wool mixt in Stuffs vid' Stuffs
Wrests for Virginalls, the groce cont. xij dozen j li. iiij s.
Wyer voc. Dagger & q[uar]ter wyer ye pound iij s. iiij d.
Iron wyer the c weight cont. cxij li. vij li. x s.
Lattin wire the c weight cont. cxij li. vj li. xiij s. iiij d.
Steel wyre the pound iij s.
Strawsbrough wyre the pound iij. iiij d.
Virginall wyre the pound v s.
Wine lees the Tonne iiij li.
Y.
Yarne voc. Cable yarne ye c weight cont. 112 li. xiij s. iiij d.
Camell or Mohaire yarne ye pound ij s. vj d.
Cotton yarne the pound j s.
Grograine yarne the pound iij s.
Irish yarne the packe cont. 4 c weight at 6 score pound to the hundred v li.
Raw linnen yarne Dutch or French the pound j s.
Saile yarne the pound vj d.
Spruce or Muscovia yarne the c weight cont. cxij li. ij li. xiij s. iiij d.
Scotch yarne the pound j s.
Wollen or bay yarne the c weight cont. an hundred & xij li. iij li. vj s. viij d.

The Subsidy of Tonnage upon all Wines to bee brought into ye Port of London and all other Ports of England & the Dominions thereof by Englishmen.

Gascoigne and French wines brought into the Port of London the Tonn to pay iiij li. x s.
Brought into all other Ports to pay iij li.
Rhinish wines brought into any Port the Awme j li.
Muskadell Malmeseys & other wines of yeLevant brought into the Ports of London Bristoll or Southampton the Butt or Pipe to pay ij li. x s.
Brought into all other Ports to pay j li. x s.
Sackes Canaryes Malegaes Maderaes Romneys Hollocks Bastards Tents & Allicants brought into the Port of London the Butt or Pipe to pay ij li. v s.
Brought into all other Ports to pay j li. x s.

All Merchant Strangers bringing in any sorts of the said Wines are to pay thirty shillings in the Tonn over & above the foresaid rates which the Native payes, including xxs. the Tonn formerlie paid to his Ma[jes]tie by the name of Southampton Duties for Muskadells Malmeseyes and all other wines of the growth of the Levant for which sorts of Wines the Stranger is also to pay to the use of the Towne of Southampton for every Butt or Pipe the sum of tenn shillings

Moreover the Stranger is to pay the ancient duty of Butlerage which is two shillings upon every Tonne

Note that such Wines as shalbe landed in any of the Out Ports & Custome paid, & afterwards brought to the Port of London by Certificat shall pay so much more Custome as they paid short of ye duty due in the Port of London

THE RATES OF MERCHANDIZE.

RATES OUTWARD.

A.
Allabaster the loade ij li.
Allom English the c weight cont. cxij li. j li.
Apothecary and Confectionary wares of all sorts the hundred weight ij li.
Anvills the hundred weight cont. a hundred and twelve pound x s.
Apples the bushell j s.
Apples called Pippins the bushell j s.
Aquavitæ the hogshead ij li.
Ashes of English wood, the Last cont. xij barrells j li. xiij s. iiij d.
B.
Bacon the flitch x s.
Baggs the dozen x s.
Bandaleirs the hundred collers x s.
Beefe the barrell iij li.
Beere the tonn vide after Merchandize outward
Beere Egar the tonne j li.
Bell mettall the hundred weight cont. cxij li. iiij li.
Bellowes the dozen vj s.
Billets the thousand ij li.
Birding peeces the peece vide Iron ware
Birdlime the c cont. cxij li. j li. x s.
Boxes voc. Tobacco boxes vide Haberdashry
Bodyes voc. stich't Bodyes with silke the paire
of whalebone the paire vide Garments
Bones called Oxe bones the thousand vj s. viij d.
Bookes printed unbound or bound the c weight [at (fn. 17) ] 112 li. v s.
Brasse manufactures of all sorts ye c weight [at (fn. 17) ] 112 li. xvj s. viij d.
Bridles the dozen j s. viij d.
Brushes English of Heath the dozen x s.
Buckweed the quarter vide Corne
Buttons of haire the small groce coñ xij dozen vj d.
Butter good or badd the barrell iij li.
Bays Barnstaple course of xx pound weight & under the bay xij s. vj d.
Manchester or Barnstaple fine & all other single bayes not exceeding 34 li. weight the peece j li.
Double bayes the peece in weight from xxxiiij li. weight to sixty pound weight ij li.
Minikin bayes cont. in weight from 60 li. weight to 90 li. weight to pay as three single bayes iij li.
And if they doe cont. above 90 li. in weight & not above 112 li to pay all duties as for 4 single bayes & no more iiij li.
C.
Calves skins the dozen of thirty six pound weight undrest & drest ij li. x s.
By strangers v li.
Noe one skinn in any dozen drest or undrest to exceed four pound in weight
Cambodium the pound j s. vj d.
Candles. the dozen pound v s.
the barel coñ x dozen pound ij li. x s.
Canvas English [tufted (fn. 17) ] ye peece cont. 30 yards vide Linnen.
Canvas Shropshire making ye c ells cont. 5 score vid Linnen.
Capps voc. Monmouth capps plaine the dozen vj s.
Monmouth capps trimd ye dozen xij s.
buttond English making the dozen viij s. iiij d.
of Wool blacke the dozen x s.
Cards voc. Stocke cards the dozen j li. iiij s.
Tow cards new the dozen v s.
Woll cards new the dozen x s.
Wool cards old the dozen vj s.
Playing Cards the hundred weight at an hundred & twelve pound v s.
Card bords the small groce cont. twelve dozen j li.
Carpets Northerne the peece xj s. viij d.
Catlings or English Hatt makers strings the groce cont. twelve dozen xvj s.
Cheese the c weight coñ cxij li. j li.
Cloakes old the peece vide Garments
Cloke baggs the dozen xv s.
Coaches and Chariots of all sorts the peece v li.
Coales vocat.. Sea Coles the Chalder New Castle measure exported by English in English built Bottomes viij li.
Sea Coles the Chalder London measure exported by English in English built Bottoms v li.
Sea Coles of Wales or the West countrey which shall be transported into Ireland the Isle of Mann or Scotland to pay xij d. the Chalder water measure
The Offic[er]s of ye Ports to take good security for the landing of the said Coles respectively
The Merchant Stranger to pay double Custome if hee carry out Coles in a forraigne Bottome, but [if (fn. 17) ] in any English Bottoms then xiiij s. the Chaldron
That if any English transport Coles in strange built Bottomes to pay Strangers Custome.
Combes of wood bone or horn or any other sort vide Habberdashry.
Cobwebb Lawnes the yard viij d.
Comfets the pound vide Confectionary
Cony haire or Wool blacke or white the pound vj s.
Copper manufactures of all sorts the hundred weight at one hundred and twelve pound xvj s. viij d.
Cordage tard or untard the hundred weight cont an hundred and twelve pound x s.
Coverletts of Wool & haire the peece j s. viij d.
of Caddace the peece j s. iij d.
Curricombes vide Iron ware.
Cushons of Yorkeshire the dozen j li.
Cottons Northerne, Manchester, Tanton and Welch Cottens the hundred Goades ij li.
Cottons called Welsh plaines the hundred Goades ij li. x s.
Corne Barley the quart[er] conteyning eight bushells x s.
Mault the quarter x s.
Beanes the quarter x s.
Oates the quarter vj s. viij d.
Pease the quarter x s.
Wheate the quarter j li.
Rye the quarter x s.
Buck wheate the q[ua]rter x s.
D.
Darnix. of English making the yard ix d.
voc. Coverlets English the peece iij s. iiij d.
Dice vide Habberdashers ware
Dimitty the yard iiij d.
Doublets of Leather the peece vide Garments
Dust of Cloves of Ginger of Lignum vitæ of
Mace of Nutmegs of Pepper of all Spices
and the like are to bee exported Custome
free having paid at ye importac[i]on
E.
Emery Stones the hundred weight cont. 112 li. iij s. iiij d.
Earthen Ware Brickes & Tiles of all sorts the thousand iij s. iiij d.
All other sorts of Earthen & Stone Ware made in England the hundred parcells not rated iij s. iiij d.
F.
Fennell seed the c weight cont. cxij li. j li. x s.
Figuretto. wth Silke or Copper vide Silke
narrow the peece xv s.
broade the peece j li. x s.
Filozelles broade of silke vide silke
Fire lockes the peece vide Iron wrought
Fitches the timber cont. forty skinns j li. xiij s. iiij d.
Flannell the yard iiij d. ob.
Flasks of Horne vide Habberdashers ware.
Flax the hundred weight cont. cxij li. j li.
Freezes the yard vj d.
Fustians of English making of all sorts to goe out free.
G.
Garments or wearing apparrell of all sorts [to1] goe out free.
Garterings [of1] cruell the groce cont. 12 dozen viij s. iiij d.
Garters of worsted ye groce cont. 12 dozen ij s. vj d.
Geldings or Naggs vid' Horses
For English Plantac[i]ons vid' Horses
Girdles of Leather for men the groce cont. twelve dozen xvj s. viij d.
for children ye groce coñ 12 dozen x s.
of Norwich the dozen vj s. viij d.
Glasse broken the barrell iij s. iiij d.
Glasse for windowes per chest x s.
Glasses to drinke in bottles & all other sorts of glasses the hundred iij s. iiij d.
Glew English the C weight coñ cxij li. xvj s. viij d.
Gloves plaine of Sheepe Kidd or Lambs Leather the dozen paire iiij s.
fringed & stitched wth silke the dozen payre vj s. viij d.
furd wth Cony wool ye dozen payre of Buckes leather the dozen j li.
of Buckes leather the dozen j li.
Glovers clippings the fatt or maund ij li.
Goose quills the thousand ij s.
Grindlestones the chalder xiij s. iiij d.
Gunpowder the C weight cont. 112 li. ij ti.
Gutts called Oxe guts the barrell j li.
H.
Haberdashrs ware. Packthred Inkle Tape Filleting, Buttons of all sorts Hookes & Eyes & other Haberdashry English making not p[er]ticularly rated, by ye E coñ cxij li. j li.
Haire voc.. Harts haire the hundred weight cont. cxij li. j li. xij s.
Horse haire ye C weight cont. cxij li. vj li.
Oxe or Cow hair the hund: weight cont. cxij li. ij li.
Haire cloth the peece xiij s. iiij d.
Hake fish the hundred cont. six score iij s. iiij d.
Harness voc. Coach harnesse the paire wth bridles j li.
Harts horne the c weight cont. cxij li. j li. xij s.
Hatbands of cruel the groce conteyning xij dozen v s.
Hatchets the dozen vide Iron ware.
Hatts. Beavers & Demicasters of English making the dozen ij li.
Felts & all other hats the dozen x s.
Hawkes hoods the dozen ij s. vj d.
Hempseed the q[uar]ter cont. 8 bushells ij li.
Herring voc. winter herrings white full packed the barell xiij s. iiij d.
packed the Last cont. xij barlls viij li.
unpacked or Sea stickes ye Last cont. 18 barlls viij li.
shotten packed the barrell vj s. viij d.
packed the Last cont. xij barlls iiij li.
unpacked or Sea sticks the Last coñ 18 barlls iiij li.
Herrings voc. Winter Herrings red full. the cade cont. five hundred vj s.
the Last cont. 20 cades or ten thousandsand vj li.
Winter Herrings red Shotten the cade cont. 500 iij s.
the Last cont. 20 Cades or ten thousand iij li.
Herrings voc. So[m]mer Herrings shotten white packed the barell vj s. viij d.
packed the Last cont. xij barlls iiij li.
unpacked or seastick the Last coñ 18 barlls iiij li.
Red. the Cade cont. 5 C iij s.
the Last cont. 20 Cades or ten thousand iij. li.
Holsters the dozen paire x s.
Hops the C weight at cxij li. j li. x s.
Hornes voc. Blowing hornes small the dozen iiij s.
of Buckes the hundred iiij s.
Inkhornes ye dozen vide Habber dashry
Hornes for Lanthornes ye thousand leaves j li.
Oxe hornes the thousand ij li. x. s.
Powder hornes the dozen iiij s.
of Rams the thousand j li.
of Sheepe the thousand iij s. iiij d.
Shooing hornes the dozen viij d.
Stags hornes ye hundred j li. xij s.
Tips of hornes the thousand xv s.
Horselitters & Sedans the peece ij li. x s.
Horses voc. Stone horses the peece lxvj li. xiij s. iiij d.
Geldings or Nags the peece xx li.
Geldings or Nags to ye English Plantac[i]ons x li.
Mares the Mare cxxvj li. xiijs. iiij d.
Horse tailes wth haire the hundred weight contayning 5 score iiij li.
Horse collers the hundred cont. 3 score ij li.
Hoopes for barels the thousand xiij s. iiij d.
I.
Jewells precious stones and Pearles free
Iron wrought viz. Axes Adzes Hoes Armor Bits Knives, Lockes fowling peeces, Muskets Pistolls Cissors, Stirrops, & all Carpent[er]s & Gravers tooles Jackwork Clocke worke & all Ironmongers wares perfectly manufactured the hundred weight cont. cxij ti. x s.
Iron the tonn xvj li
Old Iron the tonn xvj li.
Iron Ordnance the hundred weight cont. one hundred & 12 li. ij li.
Irish Mantles the Mantle iij s. iiij d.
K.
Knives voc. Shomakers paring knives Sheffeild knives Cutting knives Lond: knives, vid. Iron ware.
L.
Lace. Lace of gold & silver the pound jli. xvj s.
Lace of velvet the pound vide silk
Statute Lace the groce cont. xij
dozen vide silke j li. vj s. viijd,
Letherage of Lead the hundred weight conteyning and hundred and xij li. iiij s.
Lamprills the thousand j li. vj s. viij d.
Leather manufactures of any sort not pticularly
rated the pound x d.
Loome worke the yard vj d.
Lime the chalder xiij s. iiij d.
Linnen (vizt) all sorts of cloth made of Hemp
or Flax fine or course of English manufacture the peece not exceeding forty ells. x s.
Linseed the quarter cont. 8 bushells iij li.
Linsey woolsey vide Stuffe
Limen shredds the maund or fatt ij li.
Lists of cloth the thousand yards j li. x s.
Lead cast and uncast the fodder cont. 20 hundred weight xx li.
Note that every stranger is to pay for Lead double custome.
M.
Maps & Sea Carts of all sorts ye c weight conñ 112 li. v s.
Muster[d (fn. 18) ] seed the c weight cont. cxij li. x s.
Malasses or Rameales the tonn x li.
N.
Nailcs of all sorts the hundred weight cont. an hundred & twelve pounds v s.
Nutts small the barll cont. 3 bushells vj s. viij d.
O.
Oatmeale. the bushell iij s. iiij d.
the barll cont. 3 bushells x s.
Oyle voc. Traine oyle made in England the tonn x li.
Oysters the small barrell in pickle j s. iiij d.
Oker yellow or red the hundred weight cont. exij li. j li.
Oxen the Oxe vj li. xiij s. iiij d.
P.
Parchment the rolle xiij s. iiij d.
Pas[t (fn. 18) ] bords the groce cont. xij dozen xij s.
Pictures of English making the hundred weight printed or painted v s.
Pilchers the tonn by strangers xx li.
Points of Leather the small groce cont. xij doz. vj d.
Purles of Broadcloth the peece ij d.
Porke the barrell iiij li.
R.
Rape cakes the thousand x s.
Rape seed the quart[er] cont. 8 bushell iij li.
Rugs voc. Irish Rugg the yard iiij d.
Irish Rugs for Beds the Rugg vj s. viij d.
Russetting for painters the c weight coñ 112 li. v s.
Rashes voc. silke Rashes broade or narrow the yard vide Silke ware.
Ribbon vide Silke manufactures.
S.
Saddles Great saddles the peece v s.
All other saddles of all sorts a peece iij s.
Saddle-trees the dozen iij s. iiij d.
Sackcloth to make sacks vide Linnen.
Saffron the pound j li. x s.
Salt peter the hund weight cont. cxij li. iiij li.
Sea morse teeth the pound iij s. iiij d.
Scabbards for swords the dozen j s. viij d.
Shag. wth thred the yard vide Linnen
wth thred the peece
Shovells. shod the dozen iiij s.
unshod the dozen iij s. iiij d.
Shreds & peeces of Broad cloth the pound vj d.
Shoes. old the hundred dozen paire iiij li.
all new Shoes Bootes and Slippers the pound weight x d.
Silke voc. English thrown silke the pound cont. xvj ounces iij s. iiij d.
All other [silke (fn. 18) ] manufactures made of silke only or of silke & worsted or of silk & thred or haire the pound weight j s. viij d.
Skims vocat. Cony skins Tawed and dyed into colors the hundred cont. cxx j li.
Gray stagg the c cont. 6 score x s.
Grey seasoned the c coñ six score j li.
Grey tawed ye c cont. six score xiij s. iiij d.
Blacke wth silver haires or wthout the hundred cont. 6 score ij li. xiij s. iiij d.
Kid skins In the haire the hundred contayning 5 score x s.
Drest the hundred cont. 5 score xiij s. iiij d.
Lambe skins. voc. Morekins untawed ye wool the hundred the hundred cont. 6 score xvj s. viij d.
vot. Morekins tawed wth ye wool the hundred cont. 6 score xvj s. viij d.
white or blacke untawed the hundred cont. six score j li. vj s. viij d.
white or black tawed wth the wool the hundred coñ 6 score j li. x s.
Otter skins raw the peece j s.
tawed the peece js. iiij d.
wombs the mantle xs.
Sheep & Lamb skins tawed wth the wool the c conteyning 6 score iij li.
drest wthout wool the hundred cont 6 score ij li. x s.
Pelts the hundred conteyñg five score iij li. vjs. viij d.
Rabiit skins blacke the hundred xv s.
Hare skins the peece iij d.
Cats skins the hundred j li. vj s. viij d.
Fox skins the peece ij s.vj d.
Dogs skins the dozen ij s. vj d.
Elke skins the peece raw j li.
Wolfe skins tawed the peece vj s.
Badgers skins the peece j s.
Squirrell skins the thousand ij s. x d.
Sleeves of leather v. Garments
Soape. hard English make the hundred conteyning cxij li. x s.
the barrell j li.
Spanish Sattins English making the single peece cont 15 yards vide silks
The double peece cont 30 yards vide Silkes
Spratts the Cade cont a thounsad j s. viij d.
Starch the C weight conteyning a hundred and twelve pound j li.
Steel voc. Gad steele the hundred weight conteyning cxij li. j li.
Stockings Irish the dozen v s.
Kersey long the paire j s. iij d.
Kersey short the dozen payre iij s. ix d.
Leather the dozen vide Garments
Sik stockings vide Silke manufactures
Wollen for children the dozen j s. viij d.
Worsted for children the dozen iij s. iiij d.
Wollen for men the dozen v s.
Worsted for men the dozen xij s. vj d.
Lower ends of worsted stockings the dozen vj s. xiij d.
Stones vocat Hilling stone the thowsand iij s iiij d.
Slate the thousand xv s.
Stuffs vocat Perpetuanoes & Serges in regard of the coursness the pound weight j s. iij d.
All other Stuffs made of wool or mixed wth hayre or thred the pound weight j s. iiij d.
Sugers of all sorts formerly brought into this Kingdome & after resined & made into loaves & exported by way of Merchandize the hundred cont cxij li. x s.
T.
Tallow English the hundred weight cont cxij li. ij li.
Tapistry or Dornix Hangings of what sort soever made in England whereof any part of Wool the pound x d.
Thread vocat black the pound vide Habberdashry wares
browne the pound
blew voc Coventrey blew ye pound
Thrums the hundred con five score pound xiij s. iiij d.
Tiking English the peece vide Linnen
Tiffany mad of Thred the yeard vid. Linnen.
Tobacco pipes the small groce cont xij dozen j s.
Tuff Taffatas. English broade the yard vid. Silke
English narrow the yard
wth thred the yard
Tynn unwrought the hundred weight cont an hundred & xij li. vij li. vj s. viij d.
wrough voc Pewter the hundred conteyning cxij li. v li.
Note that every Merchant stranger is to pay for Tynne double custome.
V.
Velules English the single peece cont seven yards x s.
Velures the double peece conteyning fifteen yards j li.
Viniger of wine the tonne ij li. vj s. viij d.
Virginalls the payre j li.
W.
Watches of sorts the peece x s.
Wadmoll the yard iiij d. ob.
Wast Coates of Wadmoll the dozen vide. Garm[en]ts
of Cotten the dozen
of Kerseys of Flannell the peece
of Worsted knit the peece
of Wollen knit the peece
Wax. English the hundred weight cont a hundred and twelve pound vj li.
English hard wax the pound ij s.
Weld the hundred weight cont cxji li. j li. v s.
Whalebone [cut or (fn. 19) ] wrought vide Haber dashry
Whale finns the groce cont xij dozen ij s.
Woad English the tonne xv li.
Woad nets the hundred cont 5 score x s.
Wood Redwood the hundred weight cont an hundred & twelve pound i li. x s.
Gambray wood the hundred cont an hundred and xij li. iiij s. vj d.
Box wood the tonne iiij li.
Worsted narrow English the peece xv s.
broade English the peece j li.
Wine leeze the butt j li.
Wool Spanish free.
Y.
Yarne vocat Grograine Yarne the pound iiij s.
Tonnage.
Beere For every tonn of Beere to be exported in shipping English built, in money ij s.
For every toon of Beere exported in any other shipping in mony vj s.

Goods Inwards not rated to pay five per Cent

And if there shall happen to be brought in or carryed out of this Realme any goods layble to the payment of Custome & Subsidy wch either are omitted in this booke or are not now used to bee brought in or carryed out or by reason of the great diversity of the value of some goods could not bee rated That in such case every Customer or Collector for the time being shall levy the said Custome and Subsidy of poundage according to the value & price of such goods to bee affirmed upon the oath of the Merchant in the p[er]sence of the Customer Collector Comptroller & Surveyor or any two of them

Directions for the payment of the Subsidy upon Wollen Cloths [or (fn. 19) ] ould Drapery

Every English man shall pay for every short cloth conteyning in length not not above xxviij yards & in weigh not above lxiiik li. white or coloured, by him to be shipped & carryed out of this Kingdome &c. iij s. iiij d.
Being after ye rate of 2 farthings & ½ a farthing the pound weight

And so after that rate for all other sorts of clothes of greater length and weight allowing not above 28 yards & 64 li. to a short cloth, that is to sayd for every pound weight over & above 64 li. 2 farthings and halfe a farthing & for all other sorts of lesser clothes to be allowed to a short cloth as hereafter is expressed

Every stranger shall pay for every Short cloth cont in length not above xxviij yards & in weight not above lxiiij li. white or coloured by him to be shipped & carryed out of this Kingdome vj s. viij d.
besides the old j s. ij d.

And so after that rate for all other sorte of cloth of greater

length and weight and for all sorts of lesser cloths to bee allowed to a short cloth as hereafter is expressed.

What & how many sorts of the lesser Wollen cloths herafter specified shalbe allowed to a short cloth.

Seven Dorset & Som[er]set dozens rudge wash't shall goe & bee accompted for a short cloth & shall pay after the Rate of the short cloth before rated & for over weight two farthing & halfe the pound.
Cardinalls
Pinwhites
Strayts
Statutes
Stockbridges
Tavestocks
Five Tauntons Bridgwaters & Dunsters the five not exceeding sixty four pound in weight
Devon dozens con 12 or 13 yards in weight xiij li.
Four Ordnary Pennistons or Forrest Whites con between 12 & 13 yards & in weight xxviij li
Sorting Pennistons con 13 or 14 yards & in weight xxxv li. unfrized
Three Narrow Yorkshire Kersyes whites & reds con not above 17 or 18 yards & in weight xxij li.
Newbery whites & other Kersies of like making cont 24 yards & in weight 28 li. Sorting
Hampshire Kersies con 28 yards & in weight 32 li.
Two North Dozens single sorting Pennistons cont between 13 & 14 yards & in weight 35 li. frized One Northerne dozen double

The new sort [of cloth (fn. 20) ] called Spanish cloth otherwise narrow list Westerne broad cloth not exceeding 25 yards in length & 43 li. in weight to be accompted two thirds of ye short cloth before rated.

And for evry pound weight exceeding 43 li. 2 farthings & ½ a farthing ye pound weight

Cloth Rashes als cloth Serges con 30 yards weying 40 li. to be accounted 3 / 1 of ye short cloth before rated.

And for every pound exceeding 40 li. weight 2 farthings & halfe a farthing the pound wt.

And for any other sort of wollen Cloth of the old or new Drapery & not mencont.ned in this booke to pay 2 farthing & ½ a farthing for the Subsidy of every pound weight thereof.

V. If any Merchant Denizon or Stranger shall export any Spanish or forraigne wolls hee shall have liberty so to doe wth this further Condition that such Spanish or other forraigne wools whatsoever bee not exported in any other Ship or Vessell whatsoever wth intent to bee arrived beyond the Seas out of the Kingdome of England & dominyon of Wales then only in English shipping upon paine of Confiscac[i]on.

VI. Every Merchant as well English as Stranger wch shall ship & export any Currans wch formerly were duly entered, and paid the Subsidy and Custome inwards shall have allowed or repaid unto them respectively all the Custome and Subsidy paid inwards for the same except eighteen pence for every hundred weight to the English and two and twenty pence halfe penny for every hundred weight to the Stranger, upon due prose of the due entry and payment of the custome, and Subsidy thereof Inwards, and of the shipping thereof to bee exported to be made in manner as in the second Article is declared.

VII. If any Merchant having duly paid all Dutyes inwards for forragne goods, and in regard of bad sales, shall be inforced to keepe the same or any part thereof in his hands after the space of a yeare shall bee elapsed in this case hee or any other person is to bee permitted to shipp the same out for the parts beyond the Seas, if they soe thinke fitt wth out payment of any subsidy for the same outwards upon due profe that ye same was duly entred & Subsidy paid inwards.

VIII. Every Merchant bringing in any sort of Wines into this Kingdome by Way of Merchandize & shall make due entryes of the same in the Custome house shall bee allowed twenty p[er] Cent. for Leacage.

IX. Every Hoghshead of Wine wch shall bee run out and not full seven inches or above left therein, aud every Butt or Pipe not above 9 inches shall bee accompted for outs, & the Merchant to pay no Subsidy for the same.

X. If any wines shall prove corrupt & unmarchantable, & fitt for nothing but to distill into hott waters, or to make Viniger, then every owner of such wines shall bee abated in the Subsidy, according to such his damages in those wines, by the discretion of the Collectors of the Customes & one of the principall Offic[er]s.

XI. If any Tobacco or other goods or merchandize brought into this Kingdome, shall receive any da[m]mage by salt water or otherwise, so that the owner thereof shall be p[re]judiced in the sale of such goods, the principall Offic[er]s of the Custome house or any two of them, whereof the Collector for the time being to bee one, shall have power to choose two indifferent Merchants, experienced in the values of such goods, who upon visiting of the said goods shall certify and declare upon theire corporall oaths, first administered by the said Offic[er]s what damage such goods have received, & are lessened in theire true value, & according to such damage in relation to the Rates set on them in this booke, the said Offic[er]s are to make a proportionable abatement unto the Merchant or Owner, of the Subsidy due for the same.

XII. The Merchant stranger, who according to the Rates & Values in this booke conteyned doe pay double Subsidy for Lead Tinne Wollen clothes shall also pay double custome for Native manufactures of wool or part wool, & the sayd strangers are to pay for all other goods as well Inwards as Outwards, rated to pay the Subsidy of poundage three pence in the pound or any other duty payable by Charta Mercatoria besides the Subsidy

XIII. That the Merchants trading into the Port of London have free liberty to lade & unlade theire goods at any the lawfull Keyes & places of shipping & landing of goods between the Tower of London & London bridge, and between Sun rising & Sunn setting from the tenth [day (fn. 21) ] of September to the 10th day of March and between the hours of six of the clocke in the morning and six in the evening from the tenth day of March to the tenth day of September, giveing notice thereof to the respective Offic[er]s appointed to attend the lading & unlading of goods, And such Officer as shall refuse upon due calling to bee p[re]sent, hee shall forfeite for every default five pounds the one moytie to the King & the other moity to the partie agreived and suing for the same.

XIV. The Merchants of Yorke Kingston upon Hull, & New Castle upon Tine & the members thereof, shalbee allowed free of Custome & Subsidy, two of the Northerne Clothes & Kersies in tenn to be shipped in those Ports in the names of double wrappers, as formerly hath been [there (fn. 21) ] allowed them.

XV. The Merchants of Excester & other Westerne parts shalbe allowed free of Subsidy one Perpetuano in tenn for a wrapp, & three Devon dozens in twenty for wrappers the same to bee shipped out of ye Ports of Excester Plymouth Dartmouth Barnstaple Lyme Regis or the members thereof

XVI. All Merchants transporting any sorts of Wollen whether new or old Drapery, as also Bayes and Cottons shall bee allowed one in tenn for a wrapper free of Custome & Subsidy

XVII. Every Merchant shall be allowed upon all other goods & merchandize appointed to pay to any the Subsidy of Poundage, according to the rule of this booke, to be imported five in the hundred of all the said Subsidyes of Poundage soe appointed to bee paid.

XVIII. The Offic[er]s who sit above in the Custome house of the Port of London shall attend the service of theire severall places, from nine to twelve of the clocke in the forenoone, and one Officer or one able Clerke shall attend [wth1] the booke in the afternoone, during such time as the Officers are appointed to waite at the water side, for the better deciding of all controversies that may happen concerning Merchants warrants. All other the Offic[er]s of the out Ports shall attend every day in the Custome house of every respective Port for dispatch of Marchants & Shippers, between the houres of nine of the clocke and twelve in the morning, & two and four of the clocke in the afternoone.

XIX. Every Merchant making an entry of goods either inwards or outwards shall bee dispatched in such order as hee cometh, and if any Officer or his Clerke shall either for favour or reward put any Merchant or his Servant duly attending by his turne, or otherwise delay any Person so duly attending & making his entryes aforesaid, to draw any other reward or gratuity from him then is limitted in the Act for Tonnage and Poundage and this Booke, if the Master Officer bee found faulty herein hee shall uppon complaint to the cheife Officers of the Custome house bee strictly admonished of his duty, but if the Clerke be found faulty therein, hee shall upon complaint to the said cheife Offic[er]s bee p[re]sently discharged of his service & not permitted to sit any more in the Custome house.

XX. The Lord Maior Cominalty and Cittizens of the Citty of London theire Officers or Deputyes for & touching the Offices of Paccage, Scavage, Baleage or Portage of any Goods or Merchandize of Aliens, or theire Sonns born wthin this Kingdome or Unfreemen imported or exported into or out of the Citty of London or the Liberties or Parts thereof, unto, or from the Parts beyond the Seas, for or concerning the receiving or taking of any fees or rates heretofore usually taken, for or in respect of the said Offices or any of them might & may receive & take the same, Any thing in the Act for Tonnage & Poundage or this Booke or any former Act to the contrary notwthstanding.

XXI. All ancient dutyes heretofore lawfully taken by any Citty or Towne Corporate, theire Fermors Deputies or Officers under the name of Towne Custome or the like for the maintaynance of Bridges Keyes, Harbors Wharfes or the like shall and may bee received & enjoyed as formerly Any thing in the said Act or any other Act or Booke to the contrary notwthstanding

XXII. The under Searcher or other Officers of Gravesend having power to visite and search any Ship outward bound, shall not wthout just & reasonable cause deteyne any such ship under color of searching the goods therein laden above three tides after her arrivall at Gravesend under paine of losse of theire office & rendring damage to the Merct & Owner of the Ship And the Searcher or other Officer of the Custome house in any of the out ports having power to search & visite any ship outward bound, shall not wthout just & reasonable cause deteyne any such ship und[er] Color of Searching the goods therein laden above one tyde after the [s[ai]d (fn. 22) ] Ship is fully laden & ready to set saile, under paine of losse of the office of such offender & rendring damage to the Merchant & Owner of ye ship.

XXIII. Note That all Timber in Balkes, wch shalbee of eight inches square or upwards, that shalbe imported or brought from any part beyond the Sea into the Realme of England Dominion of Wales, Port and Towne of Berwick or any of them shalbe rated according to the measure of Timber the foote square iij d. for the Value thereof, & according to that Rule shall pay for Subsidy twelve pence in the pound according to poundage, & all under eight inches square & above five inches square, shall pay for Subsidy according to the Rates mentioned in this Booke of Rates for middle Balkes, & all of five inches sqare or under shall pay according to the Rate of small Balkes.

XXIV. For avoiding [of (fn. 22) ] all oppressions by any of the Offic[er]s of the Customes in any Port of this Kingdome, in exacting unreasonable fees from the Merchant by reason of any entrye or otherwise touching the shipping or unshipping of any Goods Wares & Merchandize: It is ordered, that noe Officer Clerke or other, belonging to any Custome house whatsoever shall exact require or receive any other or greater fee of any Merchant or other whatsoever then such as are or shalbee established by the Co[m]mons in Parliament assembled, If any Officer or other shall offend contrary to this order, hee shall forfeite his Office & Place & bee for ever after uncapable of any office in the Custome house

XXV. All Fees appointed to bee paid to the Customer Comptroller, Surveyor or Surveyor Generall in the Port of London for any Cocquet or Certificat outwards shalbe paid altogether in one sum to that Offic[er] from whom the Merchant is to have his Cocquet or Certificat above in the Custome house, and after the Merchant hath duly paid his Custome & Subsidy & other duties above in the Custome house as is appointed by this booke of Rates, hee is to be Mr of & keep his owne Cocquet or Certificat untill hee shall ship out his goods so entred, when as hee is to deliver the same to the head Searcher, or his Ma[jes]ties under Searcher in the Port of London or other Ports together wth ye marke & number of his goods.

XXVI. The Officers of the Custome house for the time being shall allow & make good, unto all Persons all such monyes as are or shall bee due unto them, for the halfe subsidie, and also the Algier duty of Forraigne Goods formerly exported now due & unpaid.

XXVII. The duties & sums of mony appointed to bee paid by the Act of Subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage passed this Parliament & by the Booke of Rates therein mentioned & noe other shall bee paid to his Ma[jes]ties Officers during the continuance of the said Act upon Goods imported or exported Any Law Statute or Usage to the contrary notwthstanding Nevertheles it is declared, That prizage of Wines the duty called Butlerage & the duty of Twelve pence upon every Chalder of Sea Coles exported from Newcastle upon Tyne to any other Port or Ports of this Realme shalbe continued.

Har: Grimston Barronet
Speaker of the House of Commons.

Footnotes

1 Cutes O.
2 interlined on the Roll.
3 nor O.
4 unto O.
5 interlined on the Roll.
6 Beife O.
7 transporting O.
8 This Book of Rates is not entered upon the Roll, but is printed from the Original in the Parliament Office. From its form (being a bound Book) it could not be rolled up with the Original Act, but it was found in the same Press with the Acts of this Year.
9 interlined.
10 interlined.
11 interlined.
12 interlined.
13 interlined.
14 interlined.
15 interlined.
16 interlined.
17 interlined.
18 interlined.
19 interlined.
20 interlined.
21 interlined.
22 interlined.