Charles II, 1660: An Act for continuing the Excise untill the twentyeth of August One thousand six hundred & sixty.

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Statutes of the Realm: Volume 5, 1628-80. Originally published by Great Britain Record Commission, s.l, 1819.

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Excise Duties continued

to be collected by the Rules, &c. as the same were payable the 24th April last.

BEE it enacted by the Kings Most Excellent Majesty and the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled that the imposition called Excise shall continue to be collected leavied and paid together with all arreares therof (not pardoned) to the Co[m]missioners who now collect the same, and their deputyes from the twenty fowerth of June inclusively in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred and sixty untill the twentyeth day of August in the same yeare according unto, and after the rates rules and proportions and upon the same goodsand merchandizes as the same was payable and collected the twenty fowerth day of Aprill last past.

II. Certain Goods, imported after 24th July 1660, free from Excise.

Provided that all sorts of Oyls Wines Tobaccoes of the English Plantations Silks Tapes Inckles Linnens Tiles called Pan-Tiles, Playing Cards Girdles of all sorts, Cabinets of all sorts, Copperice, Hops, all sorts of Lace, and all commodities made of Earth Glasse or Stone imported after the twenty fourth of July One thousand six hundred and sixty shall be thenceforth discharged of the duty of Excise.