Customs dues

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Analytical Index to the Series of Records Known as the Remembrancia 1579-1664. Originally published by EJ Francis, London, 1878.

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Customs Dues.

I. 356. Letter from William, Lord Burghley and Sir Walter Mildmay to the Lord Mayor, directing that the several officers in the nomination of the City, as the Garbler, Packer, Clerk of the Weighhouse, and the Gauger, through whose hands and view great quantity of Merchandize, both imports and exports, passed, should be charged to certify in writing, to the Custom-house, all that had gone through their offices since Easter last, until the end of the last month, particularizing the goods and the names of the owners, and to continue the same monthly, for the better service of Her Majesty in her Customs.
22nd June, 1582.

II. 278. Letter from the Lord Mayor to the Lord Treasurer, reporting the steps taken, according to his Lordship's directions, for recovering some over-slipt Customs.
3rd January, 1606.