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Statutes of the Realm: Volume 7, 1695-1701. Originally published by Great Britain Record Commission, s.l, 1820.

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Calico See Customs.

Candles See Crporation.

Cattle See Brokers.

Charitable Gifts.

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For the Encouragement of Charitable Gifts and Dispositions. 7 & 8 W.III. c. 37. 155
The King may grant Licences to alien, and hold in Mortmain. 1. Ib.
Lands so aliened or acquired, not forfeited. 2. Ib.


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For enabling the Mayor and Citizens of the City of Chester to recover and preserve the Navigation upon the River Dee. See 6 G. II. c. 30. and former Rates of Tunnage repealed, and new Duties granted, 17 G. II. c. 28. II W. III. c. 24 626

Chocolate See Customs.

Clements, John, See Creditors.

Cleveland Duchess of

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Proviso for Annuity to. 7 & 8 W. III. c. 30. 40. 130

Clipt Money See Coin and Coinage.

Coal Ships See Customs.

Coals and Culm See Customs.

Cocoa Nutts See Customs.

Coffees See Customs.

Coin and Coinage.

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For remedying the ill State of the Coin of the Kingdom. 7 & 8 W.III. c. I. I
On or before 1st Feb. 1695, Treasury with the Assistance of certain Officers, and in the Presence of Creditors, by Loans, to cause Clipt Money to be numbered, &c. and entered in a Book. 1. Ib.
Persons concerned to have Access without Fee. Ib. Ib.
General Tale of Clipt Monies, &c. to be stated in a Book. Ib. Ib.
Such Clipt Money to be melted down, &c. and delivered to the Mint to be coined into current Money. Ib. 2
Allowance. Ib. Ib.
Standard. This Section in part repealed, 56 G. III. c. 68. 2. Ib. Ib.
New Money with Exception of Charges, to be brought into the Exchequer, and placed to account of Revenue. 2. Ib.
Application thereof. Ib. Ib.
And to be issued and paid as therein mentioned. Ib. Ib.
Diverting to other Uses. Ib. Ib.
Penalty. See 7 & 8 W. III. c. 18. 35, 36. Ib. Ib.
Account to be kept in the Exchequer of new Monies brought in. 3. Ib.
Persons concerned to have Access thereto without Fee. Ib. Ib.
Receiver General, &c. to receive in Payment Clipt Money being Sterling Silver, &c. or of coarser Alloy, before 4th May 1696, at the same Rate as if unclipt 4. Ib.
Provided they do not appear to be base Metal. Ib. Ib.
Tellers of the Exchequer before 24th June 1696, to receive such Clipt Monies and also such Clipt Monies in Loans 7 & 8 W. III. c. 1. 5. 2
Proviso. Ib. Ib.
The said Tellers to keep apart such Clipt Monies as shall be hereafter received by them for Loans, &c. 6. Ib.
Treasury with the Assistance of Officers, &c. to cause the said Clipt Monies to be numbered, weighed, &c. and to be entered in the aforesaid Book, and to cause such Clipt Moneys to be melted down, &c. and delivered to the Mint to be coined into current Money. Ib. 3
New Monies, with the Exception of Charges, to be brought into the Exchequer and placed to the Account of the Revenue. Ib. Ib.
Issue and Application thereof Penalty. Ib. Ib.
Account to be kept in the Exchequer of new Monies brought in. 7. Ib.
Mints in the Country to be subject to Regulations. 8. Ib.
Persons having unclipped hammered Monies before 10th Feb. 1695, to cause the same to be punched. 9. Ib.
After 10th Feb. no unclipt hammered Monies to be current unless so punched. Ib. Ib.
Receiving, &c. such appearing to be clipt Penalty. Ib. Ib.
Quarter Sessions empowered to determine Offences. Further provided for, 7 & 8 W.III. c. 19. 11. Ib. Ib.
Officers of the Exchequer, Mint, &c. making Default. Double Damages. 10. Ib.
Penalties, how recovered. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for Proportions of coined Silver Money to Silver brought into the MintPenalty. Altered, 7 & 8 W. III. c. 30. 42. 11. 4
Proviso for unclipt Sixpences. 12. Ib.
For taking off the Obligation and Encouragement for coining Guineas for a certain Time therein mentioned. 7 & 8 W. III. c. 13. 77
Recital of Stat. 18 Car. II. c. 5.25 Car.II.c. 8.1 Jac.II. c. 7.
Until 1st January next, the Mint not obliged to receive or coin Gold. 1. Ib.
Duties on Wine, &c. of the said Acts to be applied to the Silver Mint without relation to the Gold Coinage. 2. Ib.
Proviso for the Royal African Company bringing Gold imported by them to the Tower of London to be coined. 3. 78
Importing Guineas or Half Guineas, the same to be forfeited.How far this Act repealed, see 8 & 9 W. III. c. I. 2. See also 1 G. III. c. 16. 1. 9 G. III. c. 25. 4. Ib.
For encouraging the bringing Plate into the Mint to be coined, and for further remedying the ill State of the Coin of the Kingdom. 7 & 8 W. III. c. 19. 94
Persons bringing Plate, &c. to the Mint to be coined, may have the same assayed, &c. without any Charge. 1. Ib.
Proportions delivered out in Money. Ib. Ib.
Silver received and entered. Ib. 95
If any undue Preference, Forfeiture of Place and Penalty. Ib. Ib.
Master of Mint to give to bringer of Silver Bills of the Weight, &c. Ib. Ib.
Bills on being produced, to be entered in the Exchequer, and Order for Payment of Reward. 2. Ib.
Inns, &c. publicly using Plate (except Spoons)Penalty.This Section repealed, 9 G.III. c. II. I. 3. Ib.
Persons (except Officers of Mint) having Presses for Coinage in their Possession, bringing the same to the Mint, to be paid for the same. 4. Ib.
And if after the 3d May 1696, any such Presses be found in the Custody of any Person, they may be seized, and Penalty 500. Ib. Ib.
Excise and Post Office Duties received under Proclamations and Stat. 7 & 8 W. III.c. I. in Clipt Monies, and applicable to Payment of Tallies, to be recoined, and new Monies brought back to the Exchequer, and Accounts kept thereof, as prescribed by the said Act, and issued and applied to Satisfaction of Tallies in course. 5. Ib.
Accounts to be kept of such Clipt Monies, and of new Monies recieved back for the same. Ib. 96
Molten Silver, Bullion, &c. not to be shipped, without Certificate on Oath that the same is Foreign Bullion. 6. Ib.
What such Certificate is to contain. Ib. Ib.
Certificate to be entered in a Book, and shewn to Commissioners of Customs before Cocket granted This Section amended, 43 G. III. c. 49. repealed 59 G. III. c. 49. 12. Ib. Ib.
Shipping Bullion without such Oath, Certificate, and Entry, Bullion seized as forfeited, and Owner to pay Double the Value. 7. Ib.
Penalty of 200 on Captain permitting Shipment; and the like Penalty on Captain of Ship of War, and Incapacity.As to the Repeal of this Section see 59 G. III. c. 49. 12. Ib. Ib.
Officers of Customs granting Cocket before CertificatePenalty 200 and Incapacity. 8. Ib.
In case of Question on Action, whether Bullion seized be Foreign Bullion, onus probandi on Owner. 9. Ib.
If no Proof, then Bullion adjudged forfeited. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for Exportation of Gold and Silver Bullion by Licence. 7 &8 W.III. c.19. 10. 96
Persons taking clipt Money otherwise than according to the Directions of Stat. 7 amp;8 W. III. c. 1.Penalty. 11. 97
Uttering Guineas, &c. at a Higher Rate than as herein mentionedPenalty.See 9 W. III. c. 28. 1. referring to a Clause in this Act against the Exportation of Wrought Plate which does not appear. 12. Ib.
Corporation of Moneyers refusing, &c. to make & mark into Money Silver Plate as herein mentionedProceedings.This Act declared in its original Intention to extend to Scotland, 5 G. III.c.43. 23. 7 & 8 W. III. c.30. 42. 130
Persons bringing Plate, &c. to be coined, pursuant to Stat. 7 &8 W.III.c.19. not entitled to Reward of 6d. per Ounce, but upon making Oath as herein mentioned. 7&8 W. III. c.31. 84. 147
Unduly tendering Plate, &c. to obtain the said RewardPenalty. Ib. Ib.
For importing and coining of Guineas and Half Guineas 8 &9 W. III. c.1. 161
Stat. 7 &8 W. III. c. 13. relating to the coining of Guineas, repealedException. 1. Ib.
Guineas and Half Guineas to be freely imported. Ib. Ib.
One or more Mills to be for the Coinage of Gold, according to Statute 18 &19 Car. II. c. 5. Coinage of Gold & Silver to be kept in distinct Accounts. By Proclamation, dated 22 Dec. 4 G.I. Guineas are declared to be Current at One and twenty Shillings, and so in Proportion for other Pieces of Gold Coin, and in the Proclamation it is stated, that Guineas had been coined in the Mint at Twenty Shillings only. 2. 162
For the further remedying the ill State. of the Coin of the Kingdom. 8 &9 W. III. c. 2. ib.
Hammered Silver Money brought to the Mints before 1st July 1697, to be received at 5s. 4d. per Ounce. 1. Ib.
Hammered Coin to be taken for Taxes on Loans, &c. at 5s. 8d. an Ounce. 2. Ib.
After 1st December 1696, no hammered Silver Coin to be Current, except by Weight.Hammered Silver Coin not to be Current, 9 W. III. c. 2. 1. 3. Ib.
Broad hammered Money received before 18th Nov. 1696, by Tale for Taxes, &c. 4. Ib.
Collector, &c. on Oath, may pay the same by Tale, until 18th December 1696. Ib. Ib.
Commissioners, &c. to have until 10th Jan. 1696, to pay the said hammered Monies into the Exchequer, and make Oath the same was received by Tale, &c. Ib. 163
Affidavits to be filed. 8 & 9 W.III. c. 2. 4. 163
Hammered Money to be melted down and coined by the Mill. 5. Ib.
New Money to be brought back into the Exchequer and appropriated for Repayment of Loans, &c. and not divertiblePenalty. Ib. Ib.
Monies for Taxes at 5s. 8d. an Ounce, to be recoined at the next adjacent Mint, &c. 6. Ib.
Collectors of the Toll for making navigable the Rivers Wye and Lugg, may before 1st June 1697, receive the same in hammered Money at 5s. 8d. an Ounce, &c. 7. Ib.
Tender of hammered Silver Money, Exception at the Rate of 5s. 2d. per Ounce Troy, good. 8 &9 W. III. c.6. 106 189
For the encouraging the bringing of Plate and hammered Money into the Mint to be coined. 8 &9 W. III. c.7. exp. Ib.
Master and Worker of the Mint to receive hammered Silver Money at the Rate of 5s. 4d. per Ounce, and to weigh and compute the same. 20. 194
Duty of Officers at the Mint Ib. Ib.
Receipt to Persons bringing Silver Ib. Ib.
Charges of recoining, &c. how defrayed. Ib. Ib.
New Money delivered at the aforesaid Rate. Ib. Ib.
Master and Worker of the Mint to receive hammered Money of Collectors of Taxes, &c. 21. 195
To make Entries thereof in Day Books Ib. Ib.
To give Collector a Receipt Ib. Ib.
Officers of the Mint to new coin hammered Monies, and pay back new Monies. Ib. Ib.
Collectors to pay same into the Exchequer. Ib. Ib.
Allowance to Collectors of Deficiency by recoining. Ib. Ib.
Master and Worker of the Mint in paying back Monies to observe the late established Course. 22. Ib.
Officer, &c. offendingForfeiture of OfficeIncapacity. Ib. Ib.
Deputy offendingTreble Damages and Costs. Ib. Ib.
Master and Worker may use the new Melting house at Westminster. 23. Ib.
In what case Collector to pay hammered Money to Receiver General. 24. Ib.
Appropriation of Monies borrowed, and which shall arise by the said Duties, except so much of the said Duties as are directed to repay the said Loan and Interest, Charges, &c. 25. Ib. 196
Overplus of Duties after Payment of Charges, and of the said Loan, brought into the Exchequer. 26. Ib.
For encouraging the bringing in Wrought Plate to be coined. 8 & 9 W. III. c. 8. Ib.
Persons bringing Wrought Plate to be coined between 1st. Jan. 1696 and 4th Nov. 1697 to be paid for the same at the Rate of 5s. 4d. per Ounce. 1. Ib.
Description of marked Plate to be received. 8 & 9 W. III. c.8. 1. 196
Persons bringing Plate not so marked may elect to have the Quantity of Sterling Silver contained therein, or have the same Plate melted and assayed at the said Allowance. Ib. Ib. 197
Master, &c. of the Mints before they act to take the Oath following. 2. 197
Commissioners of Treasury may administer the Oath. Ib. Ib.
Officers of the Mints to enter the Owners Names, Weight, and Value of the Plate so brought in, and within Seven Days Persons authorized are to carry the same to the next Mint. 3. Ib.
New Monies, &c. applied to pay for Plate so brought in. Ib. Ib.
Plate brought in to be paid for out of the Monies imprested for that Service, or out of new Monies by Master of the Mint. 4. Ib.
Master of every Mint, &c. once in 14 Days to affix in some public Place where a Mint is, a particular Account of Plate, &c. brought in coined, &c.Penalty. 5. Ib.
No Deduction for Solder, unless in any hollow Part of the Plate. 6. Ib.
Treasury may advance 50,000 out of unappropriated Monies for the said Allowance of 5s. 4d. per Ounce, which is to be Part of the Sum of 125,000. 7. 198
From 25th March 1697 no Silver Plate to be of less Fineness than 11 oz. 10 dwt. to a Pound Troy, except Silver Wire, not markable. 8. Ib.
Plate how to be markedPenalty. Ib. Ib.
Goldsmiths Company allowing Plate for good contrary to this ActPenalty.By 6 G.I. c. 11. 1. the old Standard is restored and by Sect. 41. of the same Act, the old and new Standard are both established. As to the Exportation of Wrought Plate, &c. see 9 W.III. c. 28 1. Ib. Ib.
Collectors may receive the Land Tax in wrought Plate, at 5s. 4d. an Ounce, &c. before 1st Jan. 1697. 9. Ib.
No Allowance for Solder, except in hollow Part of Plate. Ib. Ib.
Receipt of Collector a Discharge to the Crown. Ib. Ib.
Hammered Current Money at 5s. 2d. an Ounce, and wrought Plate to be melted down and coined into new Money, &c. 10. 199
Application thereof. Ib. Ib.
Receivers of Loan of 1,400,000 may accept new mill'd Money, or hammered Money, or Plate of the Fineness and at the Rate herein mentioned. 8&9 W.III. c.22. 27.exp. 252
For the better preventing the counterfeiting the current Coin of this Kingdom. 8 & 9 W. III. c.26. 269
Smith, &c. except employed in the Mint, &c. making or mending any Puncheon, Dye, &c. to stamp current Coin of Gold or Silver, or making any Edging Tool, Coining Press, Cutting Engine, &c. or having in their Custody any such Puncheon, Dye, &c.High Treason. 8& 9 W. III. c.26. 1. 269
Conveying out of the Mint any Puncheon, &c. or receiving and concealing the sameHigh Treason. 2. Ib.
Persons, excepting they are authorized, marking the Edges of Coin, or Persons marking Edges of any counterfeit CoinHigh Treason. 3. 270
Coloring, gilding, &c. any Coin resembling the current Coin, &c.High Treason. 4. Ib.
Puncheon, Dye, &c. found in the Possession of any Person not employed in the Mints, may be seized and produced in Evidence, and, together with those not produced, destroyed. 5. Ib.
Counterfeit Money, &c. produced in Evidence, or otherwise, to be afterwards cut in Pieces Ib. Ib.
Blanching Copper for Sale, or mixing blanched Copper with Silver or taking or paying counterfeit milled Money, &c.Death. 6. Ib.
Attainder by this Act not to make Corruption of Blood, &c. 7. Ib.
By what Evidence Offenders may be committed. Ib. Ib.
Offences in Stat. 6 &7 W. III. c. 17. may be heard in the King's Bench, or at a Gaol Delivery. 8. 271
Continuance of ActLimitation of Prosecution.See 1 Ann. Stat. 1. c. 9. 9. Ib.
For preventing the further Currency of any hammered Silver Coin of this Kingdom, and for recoining such as is now in being, and for the making out new Exchequer Bills where the former Bills are or shall be filled by up Indorsement. 9 W.III. c. 2. 297
From 10th Jan. 1697 no hammered Silver Coin to be current, nor the Tender thereof a good Tender. 1. Ib.
Nor the Refusal thereof a Refusal of the lawful Coin. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for carrying to the Mint old hammered Money to be recoined.This Act made perpetual 7 Ann. c. 25. 1. and by Sect. 2. the Makers and Menders of Tools may be prosecuted at any Time within Six Months after Offence committed. 2. Ib.
For the better preventing the counterfeiting, clipping, and other diminishing the Coin of this Kingdom. 9 W. III. c. 21. 381.
Persons to whom unlawful Money is tendered may break or deface the same if counterfeit, and Persons tendering the same to bear the Loss; if good, same to be taken. 1. Ib.
Disputes to be determined by Officers of Corporation, or if out of a Corporation then by Justice, who may administer an Oath for that Purpose. Ib. Ib.
The Tellers of the Exchequer and Receivers General of the Revenue to break and deface all unlawful Silver Money tendered in Payment of Duties, &c. 9 W.III. c. 21. 2. 381
And to weigh all Silver Money received, and the same if counterfeit not to be received by or from the said Officers. Ib. 382
Stat. 8 & 9 W. III. c. 26. continued until 25th March 1701, &c.See further 1 Ann. Stat. 1. c. 9. and this Act extended in Effect to Gold Coin, 13 G.III. c. 71. 3. Ib.
For stopping the Coining of Farthings and Halfpence for one Year. 9 W. III. c.36. exp. 409
Coining Farthings or HalfpencePenalty. 1. Ib.
Proviso respecting Agreement by Contractors for making Copper Farthings, &c. for exchanging weekly Copper Farthings, &c. for those made of Tin. 2. Ib.
Stat. 18&19 Car. II. c. 5.25 Car. II.c. 8. 1. as revived by 1 Jac. II. c. 7. and continued by 4 W. &M. c. 24. continued for Seven Years, from 1st June 1701, and from thence to the End of the next Session.The above Duties continued by several Acts, and last by 1 G. III. c. 16. 1. which is made perpetual by 9 G. III.c. 25. but made to cease by 27 G. III.c. 13. 1. and see 64. of that Act43 G.III. c. 68. 149 G. III.c. 98. 1. 12 & 13 W. III. c. 11. 12. 718

Collar Makers See Ercise.


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For cleansing and making navigable the Channel from the Hithe at Colchester to Wivenhoe.Time enlarged, 5 G. I. c. 31. and both Acts made perpetual, 13 G.II. c. 30.See 23 G. II. c. 19.21 G. III. c. 30. all, together with this Act, repealed, 51 G. III. c. xliii. 9 W. III. c. 19. 375

Coopers See Damkers and Peolars.

Coparceners See Partition.

Copper Bars See Africa.


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For taking away the Bounty Money for exporting Corn. 11 W. III. c. 1. 544
From the 9th Feb. 1699 until the 29th Sept. 1700, Bounty Money allowed by Stat. 1 W. & M. c. 12. not to be paid. Exp.
If Collectors of Customs have not Money to satisfy Exporter of Corn, &c. under Stat. 1 W. & M. Sess. 1. c. 12. to give a Certificate of Money due, without Fee, to be fixed to Debenture and produced to Commissioners, who are to cause the same to be paid. 12 & 13 W.III. c. 10. 91. 712

Cornwall, Duchy of.

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For enabling His Majesty to make Leases and Copies of Offices, Lands, and Hereditaments, Parcel of his Duchy of Cornwall, or annexed to the same, and for Confirmation of Leases already made. 12 &13 W. III. c. 13. 728
Former Leases and Grants of Manors, Offices, Lands, &c. in the Duchy of Cornwall, in the Time of Car. II. and Jac. II. or by His Majesty and the late Queen, or by His Majesty alone, as herein mentioned, good and effectual in Law against the Crown, &c. 12&13 W. III. c.13. 1. 728
Proviso as to the Estate to be made by such Leases and Grants, and as to the Rent to be reserved. 2. Ib.
How and against whom the Covenants, &c. in such Leases or Grants, &c. are to be good and effectual in Law. 3. Ib.
General Saving. 4. Ib.
Proviso for Leasehold and Copyhold Tenants of the Duchy compounding with the Treasury within the next Seven Years for discharging increased Rents. 5. 729
Upon Composition paid, increased Rent to cease, and the old Rent, or Rent upon Composition, to be charged. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for additional Grants by the Crown, of Lands, Part of the Manor of Greenwich. 6. Ib.


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For preventing Disputes that may arise by Officers and Members of Corporations having neglected to sign the Association and taking the Oaths in due Time. 11 W. III. c. 17. exp. 606
Members of Corporations to be indemnified in respect of not having duly signed Association of Stat. 7& 8 W. III. c. 27. 1. Ib.
Certain Officers, &c. indemnified with respect to Dispuses arisen, whether certain Officers, &c. were within Stat. 25 Car. II. c. 2. and Stat 1 W & M. c. 8. 2. 607
Proviso for Offices lost, which have been filled up. 3. Ib.

Cottonian Library.

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For the better settling and preserving the Library kept in the House at Westminster, called Cotton House, in the Name and Family of the Cottons, for the Benefit of the Public. 12&13 W. III. c. 7. 642
The said House and Collection limited to Trustees, as herein mentioned, upon Trust, to inspect, order and take care of the said Library; to appoint a Librarian who is to give Security in 500, and to take the Oath herein mentioned, before the Lord Chancellor. 1. Ib.
The said Premises and Library free from Judgments, Sale, Forfeiture, &c. 2. 643
The Trustees named. Ib. Ib.
How new Trustees appointed in the Room of any of the last Four named Trustees. Ib. Ib.
All Alienations of the said Premises and Library void. 3. Ib.
Librarian within Six Months after his Appointment, to cause a new Schedule of Titles of Manuscripts, &c. to be made. Ib. Ib.
General Saving.Cotton House purchased by and vested in the Crown, 5 & 6 Ann. c. 30. One General Repository provided for Sir Hans Sloane's Museum, the Harleian Collection, and the Cottonian Library, 26 G. II. c. 22. 12 & 13 W. III. c.7. 4. 643

Coverture See Abatement.

Counter, Imprisonment of See The King.

Counties palatine

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For preventing of frivolous and vexatious Suits in the Principality of Wales and the Counties Palatine. 11 W.III. c. 9. 597
Stat. 22 & 23 Car. II. c. 9. 9. extended to Great Sessions in Wales, &c. 1. Ib.
Sheriffs in Wales, and Counties Palatine, not to hold Party to Special Bail, unless for such Sum and upon such Affidavit, as herein mentioned.See 13 G.III. c. 51. 2. Ib.


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For Relief of Creditors by making Composition with their Debtors, in case Two Thirds in Number and Value do agree. 8 & 9 W. III. c. 18. 213
Two Thirds in Number and Value of the Creditors may make and execute Composition with such Debtors, and may thereby bind all the other Creditors. 1. Ib. 214
Executor, &c. not answerable for more than he shall receive. Ib. 214
Persons executing such Composition, if required in Writing by any other of the Creditors, to declare on Oath Amount, &c. of Debt for which he executed Composition, and that he has received no greater Advantage. 2. Ib.
Such Oath to be filed in Chancery, at Charge of Party requiring same. Ib. Ib.
False Oath, Perjury. Ib. Ib.
Refusing to make such Oath, or having made the same, claiming greater Debt, or making greater Advantage, &c. 3. Ib.
Composition void, and Penalty. Ib. Ib.
To be divided amongst all the Creditors.Exception. Ib. Ib.
If Debtor, with whom Composition made, be in Prison, or afterwards arrested and detained; Lord Chancellor, Master of the Rolls, &c. may summon the Parties, and make Enquiry as herein mentioned, and Order for Discharge of Prisoner. 4. Ib.
Schedule produced on Oath of Debts owing by Debtor, &c. Ib. Ib.
Keeper of Gaol not discharging Prisoner thereupon, Penaltypaid to Debtor. Ib. Ib.
In Action for executing Act, General Issue may be pleaded.Treble Costs. 5. 215
Proviso for Mortgages, Pledges, Judgments, &c. 6. Ib.
Except as to the Person of the Debtor with whom Composition made. Ib. Ib.
ProvisoThis Act repealed, 9 W. III. c. 29. 1. Ib. Ib.
For the more effectual Relief of Creditors in Cases of Escapes, and for preventing Abuses in Prisons and pretended privileged Places. 8 & 9 W.III. c. 27. 271
Prisoners in the King's Bench or Fleet to be detained there, or in the Rules. 1. Ib.
Keeper suffering them to go at large without Habeas Corpus, &c. deemed an Escape. Ib. Ib.
Upon Judgment in Action of Escape, Marshal or Warden's Fees to be sequestered for Satisfaction. 2. Ib.
Marshal, &c. suing a Writ of Error to reverse Judgment, to put in special Bail. 3. Ib.
Marshal, &c. taking Reward to connive at Prisoner's Escape. 4. Ib.
Penalty 500, Loss of Office, and Incapacity. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for Securities given for Lodging within the Rules of the said Prison. 5. 272
No retaking on fresh Pursuit to be given on Evidence in Action of Escape, unless specially pleaded; nor any special Plea, unless upon Oath that Escape was without Consent of the Marshal, &c. 6. Ib.
Prisoner in Execution escaping, may be retaken by any new Capias, &c. 7. Ib.
Keeper, upon Notice, refusing to shew Prisoner, adjudged an Escape. 8. Ib
Marshal, &c. refusing to give a Note whether a Person be Prisoner or notPenalty 50. 9. Ib.
Such Note sufficient Evidence of Person being a Prisoner. Ib. Ib.
On or before 24th June 1697, all Conveyances of the Inheritance and Leases of King's Bench and Fleet Prisons, &c. to be inrolled. 10. Ib.
And all present and future Conveyances, &c. to be inrolled in Six Months after Execution thereof, or else void. Ib. Ib.
Office of Marshal of the King's Bench and Warden of the Fleet, to be executed by those who have the Inheritance of the said Prisons, or their Deputies, &c. and the Marshal and Wardens answerable for their Deputies. 11. 273
On Bill filed against Warden, and Rule given out, Judgment to be signed, unless Plea in Three Days after Rule is out. 12. Ib.
Copy of Declaration may be delivered to Prisoner, &c., and after Rule to plead be out, and Affidavit made thereof, Plaintiff may sign Judgment. 13. Ib.
No Prisoner to pay Chamber Rent longer than while in actual Possession, nor above 2s. 6d. per Week. 14. Ib.
Taking or demanding morePenalty 20. Ib. Ib.
Debtor being in pretended privileged Places, Sheriffs, &c. may take Posse Comitatus and arrest in the said privileged Places, on Mesne or other Process, Extent or Execution. 15. Ib.
May break open Doors to execute Process. Ib. Ib.
Sheriff, &c. neglecting or refusing to execute such ProcessPenalty 100. 8 & 9 W.III. c. 27. 15. 274
Opposing Officers in executing the same Penalty 50, and Punishment. Ib. Ib.
Rescuing Prisoner so taken Penalty 500. Ib. Ib.
And on Non-payment thereof, and Costs, within One Month after Judgment signed, Transportation for Seven Years. Ib. Ib.
Returning, Death. Ib. Ib.
Harbouring or concealing Rescuer, Transportation for Seven Years, unless Debt and Costs paid. Ib. Ib.
Returning, Death. Ib. Ib.
Penalties how disposed of. 16. Ib.
This Act to be a general Law. 17. Ib.
In Action for executing Act, General Issue may be pleadedDouble Costs. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for Right of Martha Johnson and others. 18. 275
Proviso for Securities made by William Lenthall Esq. to Sir John Cutler and Edmond Boulter. 19. Ib.
Proviso for Right of Anthony Smith. 20. Ib.
Proviso for Right of Thomas Norwood and of John Clements. 21. Ib.
Deputations granted by William Lenthall made void, and succeeding Marshals to be constituted by him, with Consent of Edmund Boulter, for the Time herein mentioned.This Act not repealed by 9 G. I. c. 28.; see1 10. of that Act. .27 G. II. c. 17. 1. 10.59 G. III. c. 64. 22. Ib.
For the repeal of Stat. 8 & 9 W. III. c. 18. 9 W. III. c. 29. 400
Proviso for Agreements and Compositions bona fide entered into before 24th June 1698, and for Orders for Discharge of Debtors, made in pursuance thereof; and also in respect of Pardons of Penalties and Forfeitures against Stat. 8 &9 W. III. c. 18. 2. Ib.
Agreements, Releases, and Discharges made or procured upon false Oath, &c. void. 3. Ib. 401

The Crown.

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For the further Limitation of the Crown, and better securing the Rights and Liberties of the Subjects. 12 & 13 W. III. c. 2. 636
The Princess Sophia, Electress and Duchess Dowager of Hanover, Daughter of the late Queen of Bohemia, Daughter of King James the First, to inherit after the King and the Princess Ann, in Default of Issue of the said Princess and His Majesty respectively, and the Heirs of her Body, being Protestants. 1. 637
The Persons inheritable by this Act holding Communion with the Church of Rome, incapacitated as by the former Act, to take their Oath at their Coronation according to Stat. 1 W. & M.c.6. 2. Ib.
Further Provisions for securing the Religion and Liberty of these Realms. 12 & 13 W. III. c. 2. 3. 637
The Laws and Statutes of the Realm confirmed.See 13 & 14 W. III. c. 6.4 & 5 Ann. c. 8. 24, 25. 6 Ann. c. 7.1 G. I. Stat. 2. cc. 4. 13. 51. 1 G. III. c. 23. The Prince Regent not empowered to give the Royal Assent to any Act for repealing this Act. 51 G. III. c. 1. 11. but see 52 G. III.c. 8. 4. 4. 638
For the further Security of His Majesty's Person, and the Succession of the Crown in the Protestant Line, and for extinguishing the Hopes of the pretended Prince of Wales, and all other Pretenders, and their open and secret Abettors. 13 & 14 W. III. c. 6. 747
All Persons bearing Office, Civil or Military, &c. Persons in the Service of Prince George, and the Princess Ann of Denmark, and all Ecclesiastical Persons, being of the Age of 18, and other Persons herein described, residing in London and Westminster, or within 30 Miles thereof, at the Time and in Manner herein, mentioned, to take the Oath following. 1. Ib.
Form of Oath to be subscribed.Time enlarged, 1 Ann. Stat. 2. c. 17 Ib. Ib.
During the Time of taking Oath, Pleas to cease. Ib. 748
Persons not having taken the said Oath, to take the same at General or Quarter Sessions in open Court. Ib. Ib.
The Persons herein mentioned to take the said Oath at the Time they make and subscribe the Declaration of Stat. 25 Car. II. c. 2. 2. Ib.
Ecclesiastical Persons within Places herein mentioned, within Three Months after Admittance to Preferment or Office, to take and subscribe the said Oath. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for Persons beyond Sea 3. Ib.
Neglecting or refusing to take and subscribe the said OathIncapacity of Office, &c. 4. Ib.
Such Persons so neglecting or refusing, continuing to execute Officedisabled to sue, &c.and Penalty 500. 5. 749
The said Courts, upon Tender of Persons, to take the said Oaths to administer the same. 6. Ib.
Register kept thereof, as by Stat. 25 Car. II. c. 2. Ib. Ib.
In what Case Persons having forfeited Office, capable of a new Grant, on taking the said Oath as herein mentioned. 7. Ib.
Proviso for Persons in His Majesty's Service in the Fleet or beyond Sea. 8. Ib.
Peers or Members of the House of Commons not to sit or vote until they have taken the said Oath as herein mentioned. 9. Ib.
Time and Place for Peers, and for Commoners. Ib. Ib.
Peers or Members of the House of Commons not having taken the Oath, and yet sitting and voting, deemed Popish Recusant Convict, and disabled from Office, and from sitting and voting, and from suing, being Guardian, &c. and Penalty 500. 13 & 14 W. III. c. 6. 10. 749
Proviso for Persons having Office of Inheritance acting by Deputy, according to Stat. 25 Car. II. c. 2. 9. and approved by the King. 11. 749, 750
Persons authorized to administer or tender the Oaths of Stat. I. W. & M. c. 8. may administer or tender the Oaths of this Act. 12 750
Refusal of Persons to whom Oath tendered, to be certified to Quarter Sessions by Persons tendering the same, and recorded. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for inferior and private Officers herein mentioned. 13. Ib.
Compassing or imagining, and attempting the Death of the Princess Ann of Denmark, or the Hindrance of her Succession to the Crown, or abetting the same High Treason. 14. Ib.
Stat. 7 & 8 W. III. c. 27. 3. altered.Commissioners executing the following Acts, not liable to Penalties of this Act, 31 G.II. c.39. 152 G.III.c. 37. 10.20 G.III. c.38. 11.c.49. 12.34 G. III. c. 76. 10.54 G.III.c.43. 11.See Association. Baols. National Land Bank. 15. Ib.

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For continuing several Duties granted by former Acts upon Wine and Vinegar, and upon Tobacco and East India Goods, and other Merchandize, for carrying on the War against France 7 & 8 W. III. c. 10. 69
Duties of Stat. I Jac. II. c.3. as continued by Stat. 2 W. & M. Sess. 2. c.5. 4 & 5 W. & M. c. 15. and also the Powers of the first mentioned Act continued until 29th Sept. 1701. 1. Ib.
And also the Duties of 1 Jac. II. c. 4. as so continued by the said Acts. 2. Ib.
The last mentioned Duties to be collected and the Allowances made, &c. by the Rules therein mentioned. 3. Ib.
Commissioners of the Customs authorized to give necessary Directions for Collecting the said Duties, &c. Ib. Ib.
Under Stat. 12 Car. II. c. 4. and other Laws in force. Ib. Ib.
Duties of Stat. 2. W. & M. Sess. 2. c. 4. as continued by Stat. 4 W. & M. c. 15. further continued until 29th Sept. 1701, and also the Powers of the said first mentioned Act. Exception. 4. 70
Securities for Duties on Tobacco to be by Bond and Securities. 5. Ib.
Discount for prompt Payment of Duty 7 & 8 W. III. c. 10. 5. 70
No Discount after 15 Months Ib. Ib.
Allowance for Waste and Shrinkage Ib. Ib.
How Security discharged. Ib. Ib.
Allowance for Waste on Tobacco exported. Ib. Ib.
Oath on Debenture.See other Allowance 12 Ann. Stat. 2.c. 8. 1. Ib. Ib.
Management of the Duties on Tobacco to be according to the Rules of the Customs. 6. Ib.
Recital of Stat. 4 & 5 W. & M. c. 15. Clause of Loan for 1,500,000.See1 Ann. Stat. 1. c. 13. ? 15. Duty on Tobacco to be levied as by this Act, 9 Ann. c. 21. 2. 711. 72
For granting an additional Duty upon all French Goods and Merchandize.See 2 & Ann. c.9. 5. The Duties granted by this Act, as to Brandy and Vinegar, are expired. As to French Wines and Goods, made perpetual,I G. I. Stat. 2. c. 12. 3. made to cease, 27 G.III.c.13. 1.43 G.III. c. 68. 1. 49 G. III.c. 98. 1. As to Drawbacks on Prize Goods, see 30 G. II. c. 18. 1. but which appears to be expired. 7 & 8 W.III. c.20. 97
For continuing certain Duties upon Salt, Glass Wares, Stone and Earthen Wares, &c. 7 & 8 W. III.c.31. 130
Duties of Stat. 6 & 7 W. III. c. 18. to be collected as by this Act. ? 49. 138
Duties on Earthen Wares, &c. imported. Ib. Ib.
Duties paid by Importer and Entry made before landing.Determined by 9 W. III. c.45. 10 W. III. c. 24. 50. 139
For granting to His Majesty several Duties upon Paper, Vellum, and Parchment, to encourage the bringing of Plate and hammered Money into the Mint to be coined. 8 & 9 W.III. c. 7. 189
Ad valorem Duty upon Paper, &c. imported, to be paid by Importers. 1. 190
Duties paid by Importer in ready Money or in Three Months. 2. Ib.
Discount 10 per Cent. for ready Money. Ib. Ib.
Goods landed before Entry made, and Duty paid, or Warrant had, forfeited. Ib. Ib.
Duties on imported Goods under Management of the Customs. 3. Ib.
Value of Goods imported, ascertained upon Oath of Merchant or Importer. Ib. Ib.
Oath administered in the usual Form. Ib. Ib.
Repayment of Duties on Exportation, on Oath that Duties have been paid, and Security not to reland. 15. Ib.
Clause of Loan of 1,25,000 at 8 per Cent. per Ann. 1619. 194
For continuing several additional Impositions upon several Goods and Merchandize. 8 & 9W. III. c. 12.Exp 203
Additional Impositions on Goods imported by Stat.4. W. & M. c.5. &c. continued from Ist March 1696 to 17th May 1697.
Duty on Coals and Culm imported into London from 29th Sept. 1700 to 29th Sept. 1716.These Duties appropriated to the building the Church of St. Mary Woolnoth in London, as therein mentioned, 10 Ann. c. II. 33. 8 & 9 W. III. c. 14. 1. 205, 206
Additional Duties on Goods and Merchandizes by Stat. 2 W.& M. Sess. 2. c.4. and Provisions and Alternations of former Acts continued till 1st Aug. 1706. 8 &9 W. III. c. 20. 7. 221, 222
Additional Imposition on Goods and Merchandizes by Stat. 4 W. & M. c.5. and the said Act continued till 1st August 1706. 8. Ib.
Lapis Calaminaris exported, to pay only 2s. per Tun over and above the Rate in the Book of Rates. 9. Ib.
Bar or hammered Iron imported (Exception) from Ireland, discharged of the additional Duties. 10. Ib.
Proviso for other Acts concerning the said Duties.Overplus of Duties granted by this Act Part of the General Fund, I Ann. Stat. 1. c. 13. 15. 11. Ib.
For laying a Duty upon Leather for the Term of Three Years, and making other Provision for answering the Deficiencies as well of the late Duties upon Coals and Culm as for paying the Annuities upon the Lottery, and for Lives charged on the Tunnage of Ships, and the Duties upon Salt. 8 & 9 W. III. c. 21. exp. 238
Duty upon Leather, over and above all other Duties for Three Years. 1. 239
To be paid by the Tanner or Importer. Ib. Ib.
Duty on Foreign Leather imported, to be paid by Importer in Ready Money upon Entry and before landing. 2. Ib.
Landing before Entry made and Duty paid, or without WarrantLeather, &c. forfeited. Ib. Ib.
Duties on imported Goods under Commissioners of Customs, who are to cause the same to be levied and paid to Receiver General. 3. Ib.
Receiver General to pay into the Exchequer. Ib. Ib.
Officers to levy and account ad valorem Duty, on the Oath of Merchant or Importer as herein mentioned. Ib. Ib.
Negro Dress not accounted Leather imported, but to pay Duty as dressed 16. 242
Shipping Leather Ware for Exportation, and giving Security not to reland, &c. Officer to give Exporter a Certificate of Ware exported. 24. 244
Upon producing such Certificate, and Oath that the Goods therein mentioned are the Goods for which the Duty has been made, Two-thirds of the Duties repaid. 25. Ib.
And upon producing Certificate to Officer, and Oath that the Leather so made into Wares exported has paid the Duty, Allowance of 5 per Cent, on the Value of the Wares so exported. 8 & 9 W. III. c. 21. 26. 244
Wares so shipped relanded forfeited, together with the Treble Value. 27. 245
Surplus of Duty on Leather, after Payment of Charges of collecting, to be applied as herein mentioned. 33. 246
The said Duties after Payment of Charges to be paid weekly into the Exchequer, and applied as herein mentionedPenalty. Ib. Ib.
Deficiencies of Duties to make good the said Sum of 564,700 and Interest to be supplied out of next Aid. 34. Ib.
The like as to Deficiency of Contribution for Annuities to make good the Sum of 280,000.See 1 Ann. Stat. 1. c. 13. 1. Ib. Ib.
For lessening the Duty upon Tin and Pewter exported, and granting an Excise Duty for the same by a Duty upon Drugs 8 & 9 W. III. c. 34. 288
Duty upon Tin exported. 1. Ib.
Drugs imported in English Shipping to pay the full Value, otherwise imported, Treble the Value. 2. Ib.
Dyers Drugs excepted.This Act explained and amended, see 21 G. III. c. 62. 1. the Duties to cease, 27 G. III.c.13. 1. and see Table B. of that Act.43G. III.c. 68. 1.49 G. III. c. 98. 1. 3. Ib.
For granting to His Majesty several Duties upon Coals and Culm. 9 W. III. c. 13. 367
Duty on Coals imported and sold by Weight. 1. Ib.
Duty on Coals imported and sold by Measure. Ib. Ib.
Duty on Coals carried Coastwise and sold by Measure Ib. Ib.
Duty on Coals so carried and sold by Weight. Ib. Ib.
Where Duties paid, and upon whom charged. Ib. Ib.
Duty on Culm Waterborne to be shipped or imported. Ib. Ib.
When Duty paid, and upon whom charged. Ib. Ib.
Duties under Commissioners of Customs and paid into the Exchequer. 2. Ib.
Duties to be paid before Bulk broken, or Coals, &c. unladen, and before Meter, &c. measure the same. 3. 368
Receipt for Duty to be a Discharge. Ib. Ib.
Entries of Ships to be made. Ib. Ib.
If Coals, &c. unshipped before Duty paid or securedCoals, Ship, &c. forfeited. Ib. Ib.
Commissioners of Customs to appoint Meters and Weighers, who are to measure and weigh and grant Certificate there ofPenalty 100. 4. Ib.
If it appear by Certificate that there is greater Quantity of Coals, &c. than for which Duty has been paidPenalty. Ib. Ib.
Ship, &c. to be sold if Duty for concealed Coals, &c. not paid with Costs. 9 W. III. c. 13. 4. 368
Importer upon Certificate giving in Port Entry and paying Surplus DutyPenalty discharged. 5. Ib.
Officers at the Ports to keep Books and enter Receipts and Payments. 6. Ib.
And amount of Coals imported and unladen. Ib. Ib.
Three Months allowed for Payment of Duty, on Security given. 7. 369
10 per Cent. allowed for prompt Payment of Duty. Ib. Ib.
No further Duty on Exportation of imported Coals having paid Duty. Ib. Ib.
Allowance out of Oversea Duties. Ib. Ib.
In Actions for executing Act General IssueTreble Costs.The Duties granted by this Act are expired; but the Act is revived, 4 & 5 Ann. c. 6. 5. for the Purposes of that Act as to Duties on Coals, &c. thereby granted, but which appear to be also expired. Coals and Culm, unshipped without Presence of Officer and contrary to the Directions of this Act, whether Duty paid or not, forfeited, 49 G. III. c. 62. 4. 8. Ib.
For continuing the Duties upon Coffee, Tea, and Chocolate and Spices towards Satisfaction of the Debt due for Transport Service for the Reduction of Ireland. 9 W. III. c. 14. exp. Ib.
The additional Duties on the Exportation of imported Goods by Stat. 6 & 7 W. III. c. 7. continued until 1st May 1701, and the said Act in like Manner continued.
For increasing His Majesty's Duties upon Lustrings and Alamodes. 9 W.III. c.30. 401
Ad Valorem Duties increased.
Such Silks valued at 4 for every Pound Weight under the like Penalties as by former Acts, and as if the same had been originally inserted in the Book of Rates, Stat. 12 Car. II. c.4.The Book of Rates repealed, 27 G. III.c. 13. 31.; and the above Duty made to cease, 27 G.III. c. 13. 1.43 G.III. c. 68. 1.49 G. III.c. 98. 1.
For taking away Half the Duties upon Glass Wares, and the Whole Duties upon Stone and Earthen Wares and Tobacco Pipes, and for granting in lieu thereof, new Duties upon Whale Fins and Scotch Linen. 9 W.III. c. 45. 447
Duty of 3d. per Pound on Whale Fins imported by Greenland Company, and of 6d. imported by Foreigners. 2. Ib.
10s. per Hundred upon Scotch Twills imported. Ib. Ib.
6s. 8d. per Hundred upon Scotch Ticking imported.Query, If these Duties on Scotch Twills and Tickings made to cease by the Operation of 5 & 6 Ann. c. 8. ? If not, then made to cease, 27 G. III. c. 13. 1. 43 G. III. c. 68. 1.49 G. III. c. 98. 1. See as toDuty on Whale Fins, 7 Ann.c. 8. 7.8 Ann. c. 13. 6.9 Ann. c.21.7sect; 1. By 26 G. III. c. 41. 14., Whole Fins, Blubber, &c. may be imported as therein mentioned, Duty free; continued until 25th Dec. 1799, 38 G.III. c. 35. ?4. See 27 G. III. c. 13. Sched. A. Inwards, tit. Whole Fins. 43 G. III. c. 68. 1.; and Scbed. A.Inwards, tit. Oil. 49 G.III.c. 98. 1. and Scbed. A. Inwards, tit. Oil. Whole Fins. Ib. Ib.
Twelve Months to Importer for Payment of Duty upon Security to be paid Quarterly. 9 W. III.c. 45. 3. 447
Discount of 10 per Cent. for ready Money. Ib. Ib.
Duty repaid, or Security vacated, upon Exportation as herein mentioned.Time enlarged to Three Years, 7 G. I. Stat. I. c. 21. 10. As to Allowance upon prompt Payment of Duties, in certain Cases of imported Goods, 21 G. III. c.16. 2,3. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for Payment of Duties upon Glass,&c. actually made before 1st Aug. 1698, and the Provisions of the said Acts applied accordingly. 4. 448
The like Proviso as to Goods exported before 1st Dec. 1698. Ib. Ib.
Bottles, &c. of Glass imported liable to a Moiety of Duty, though filled with Liquors. 6. Ib.
Whale Fins and Scotch Linens to be entered upon Importation. 7. Ib.
Landing without Entry and Duty paid or secured, and Warrant, Goods forfeited. Ib. Ib.
The said Duties upon Whale Fins and Scotch Linen imported to be under the Management of Commissioners of Customs. 8. Ib.
Receiver General to bring same into Exchequer. Ib. Ib.
Officers of the Exchequer to issue and apply the same as herein mentioned.See as to the Duties on Whole Fins becoming Part of the General Fund, 1 Ann. Stat. 1. c. 13. 15. Ib. Ib.
For lessening Duties upon Whale Fins, and for charging Cinders, and permitting the Importation of Pearl Ashes, and for preventing Fraud in Importation of Tobacco. 10 W. III. c. 10. 501
Stat. 5 & 6 W. & M. c. 20. not to charge Single or Double Brandy. 24. 505, 506
Duty on Cinders of Pit Coal shipped, &c. for Four Years, of 5s. per Chalder. 25. Ib.
Contents of Chalder. Ib. Ib.
Duty to be paid by Owner, &c. of Ship at Place of Landing or Importation. Ib. Ib.
Duties to be under Management of Commissioners of Customs, and under Penalties, &c. of Stat. 9 W. III. c. 13. Ib. Ib.
Regulations for Importation of Tobacco. 26. Ib.
Contents of Cask, &c. Ib. Ib.
Importing Tobacco contrary to Act Penalty. Ib. Ib.
Proviso respecting Tobacco necessary for Ships Voyages, &c. Ib. Ib.
How Penalties recovered. 10 W.III. c. 10. 26. 506
Proviso for Importation of German Pearl Ashes. 27. Ib.
Whale Fins, American-taken and imported, charged under Stat. 9 W.III. c.45. as herein mentioned. 28. Ib.
For laying further Duties upon wrought Silks, Muslins, and other Commodities of the East Indies, and for enlarging the Time for purchasing certain reversionary Annuities therein mentioned. 11 W. III. c.3. 582
Ad valorem Duties upon Wrought Silks, Bengals, Stuffs, Muslins, Painted Calicoes, &c. imported between 25th March 1700, and 13th Sept. 1701, over and above other Duties, and upon Muslins imported during the said Time.All Wrought Silks, &c. prohibited to be worn as therein mentioned, 11 W. III. c. 10. 1. The Duty of 15 per Cent. on Muslins further continued until 30th Sept. 1706, 12 & 13 W. III. c. 11. 8. and to be raised as under this Act. This Section explained as to Muslins and painted Calicoes, 12 & 13 W.III. c.11. 10. Duties on Muslins further continued, 3 & 4 Ann. c. 4. ?1. made perpetual. 7 Ann. c. 7. ? 26. made part of the aggregate Fund, 1 G.I. Stat. 2.c. 12. ?1. per Centage of 2 retained without Deduction out of the net Duties granted by this Act, 5 G.III. c. 35. ?7. The Duties made to cease, 27 G.III. c. 13. 1. See Table B. to that Act, 43 G.III.c. 68. 1.49 G. III. c. 98. 1. 1. Ib.
Goods imported to be entered, and Security given by Importer for Duties as soon as sold, and for selling the same within 12 Months. 2. Ib.
How Value of Goods ascertained. 3. Ib.
Landing Goods before Entry made and Duties secured, and without Warrant Penalty. Ib. Ib.
Duties under Commissioners of Customs. 4. Ib.
Receivers General to pay the same into the Exchequer. Ib. Ib.
On Proof on Oath that the same Goods are exported again within 12 Months, Duties repaid or Security vacated, as to so much of the said Goods as shall be so exported. 5. Ib.
If Goods so entered, &c. shall be sold, Allowance of 5 per Cent. on prompt Payment of Duty.Time for Sale of Muslins, White Calicoes, and unrated East India Goods, 7 G.I. Stat. 1. c. 21. 11. 6. 583
For the more effectual employing the Poor by encouraging the Manufactures of this Kingdom. 11 W. III. c.10. 598
Regulations for Use of Wrought Silks, Bengals, &c. imported. 1. Ib.
Wrought Silks, Bengals, &c. imported after Entry to be warehoused, and not carried out but for Exportation, not until Security for due Exportation, &c. given. 11 W. III. c. 10. 2. 598
Such Security discharged without Fee, upon Certificate of landing or Loss of Goods at Sea as herein mentioned. Ib. Ib.
Such Goods found in any Shop, &c. forfeited.As to such Securities becoming void, see 8 Ann. c. 13. 24. Ib. Ib.
Liability to Search and Seizure as by Stat. 14 Car. II. c. 11. Ib. Ib.
Such Goods, upon Condemnation, to be sold by Candle. Ib. Ib.
Security for Exportation by Buyer. Ib. Ib.
Application of Monies made by Sale. Ib. Ib.
Penalty 200. besides Loss of Goods upon Person in whose Custody the same are found. Ib. Ib.
After 29th Sept. 1701; importing, except into the Port of London, and not making due Entry taken to be a clandestine running. 3. Ib.
Loss of Goods and Penalty 500. Ib. Ib.
Onus probandi upon Owner of Goods. 4. 599
In Action for executing Act, General Issue may be pleaded. Treble Costs. 5. Ib.
Warehouse Keepers to keep Books and enter Goods warehoused, and every Six Months render Account to Commissioners. 6. Ib.
Commissioners to appoint Inspectors of Books and Warehouses, and lay Accounts before Parliament. Ib. Ib.
Warehouse Keeper offending, Disability and Penalties.Such Goods warehoused may be taken out to be refreshed, 15 G.II. c. 31. 8. of which Account is to be returned, 9. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for Goods made up into Apparel, &c. before 29th Sept. 1701, exp.See 12 & 13 W. III. c. 12. 25.; and this Act not to extend to Silks, &c. made up in Furniture and Household Stuffs before 25th Dec. 1722. 10 G.I.c. 11. 7. Ib.
Proviso for Owner of Goods warehoused fixing Lock to warehouse, and sorting and delivering Goods for Exportation. 8. Ib.
Allowance upon Exportation within Three Years of Goods imported. 9. Ib.
Half Subsidy to be the only Duty on the said Goods imported.The Duty by this Act made to cease, 27 G.III. c.13. 1. and see Table B. of that Act, 43 G. III. c. 68. 1.49 G. III. c.98. 1. 10. Ib.
Recital of Stat. 6 & 7 W. III. c. 18. 16. Duty to be paid for Seven Years, &c. by Coals exported in Foreign Bottoms; in English Bottoms. 11 W. III. c. 13. 8. 602
15 per Cent. on Muslin, of Stat. 11 & 12 W.III. c. 3. continued from 29th Sept. 1701, to 30th Sept. 1706, to be raised as under the said Act. 12 & 13 W. III. c. 11. 8. 718
Upon Duties being paid or secured, and Oath made as herein mentioned, if the Goods are exported within a Year, the Duties to be repaid. 12 & 13 W. III. c.11. &9.718
Descriptions of Muslins intended by this Act, and of painted Calicoes of Stat. 11W. III. c.3. &10. Ib.
Ad valorem Duty upon japanned and lacquered Goods imported after the 24th July 1701, how ascertained. &11. Ib.
How the said Duties to be applied. Ib Ib.
Recital of Stat. 11 & 12 W. III. c. 10. &6.
Such prohibited Goods imported before 30th Sept. 1701, and not made into Apparel, &c. subject to the Rules forwarehousing, &c. of Stat. ll W.III.c.10. 1213 W.III.c12. &25. 727

Cutler Sir John See Creditors,

Cut Work SeeImportation.

Cyder SeeCrcise.