Parliamentary Papers, Volume 6

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Page 66 - That it appears to this committee, that neither the soil nor the climate of this country are ill adapted to the cultivation of tobacco, but the difficulties which would attend the collection of a duty on tobacco grown at home, and the temptation which would be held out to defraud the revenue, so long as the present duties on tobacco imported continufe to be levied, are such as to induce the committee to be of opinion that no alteration, under the present circumstances, should be made in the laws...
Page 1 - Boats ; and who were empowered to report their observations and opinion thereupon to the House ; together with the Minutes of the Evidence taken before them...
Page 65 - ... to a conclusion the differences, which had subsisted for some years between the woollen manufacturers of this kingdom and their employers, by the appointment of a committee to take into considération the various acts relating to the woollen manufacture, to whom the petitions of the manufacturers were referred, and who were empowered to report from, time to time their observations on the subject.
Page 65 - ... lands surveyed and sold by the company, appointing a time and place when he would attend for that purpose, and that he was ready, upon- receiving such bonds, and the surveyor's fees, to deliver the surveys; and it is admitted by the agent that no such bonds were then given. Whereupon, the committee have come to the following resolutions: Resolved, that it is the opinion of this committee, That so much of the memorial of the said Thomas Walker, Esq. as prays that he may be enabled agreeable to...
Page 48 - I have the honour to remain, sir, your most obedient humble servant, W. MUDGE. Wm Blackwood, Eiq. COME ACCOUNT OF ' BOWED DAVIE, : THE SUPPOSED OniOINAL OF THE

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