A complete view of the British Customs. [electronic resource] : Containing, I. A perfect and distinct account of the several particular branches whereof that revenue consists. II. The Former and Additional Books of the Rates of Merchandizes, from which most of those Branches are chargeable; with the Neat Total Amount of all the several Branches payable, as well from those Rates, as from the Values upon Oath, &c for all Foreign Goods and Merchandize Imported, not only by British Subjects, but by Strangers; and also The Neat Total Amount of such of the said Branches as are to be Repaid, or Drawn back, in case the said Goods are afterwards Exported to Foreign Parts within Time. With The Neat Duty to be paid upon Native Commodities, and several Foreign Dying Goods Exported: Also the Duties to be paid upon Coals, Culm, and Cinders brought Coastwise, and to be Repaid if they are afterwards Exported. All Calculated to the Utmost Exactness. Together with the several Rules, Orders, &c. Annexed to the said Books of Rates. III. Directions for, and Examples of, The Method of Computing the aforesaid Duties to be Paid and Repaid; with the Drawbacks and Bounties on the Exportation of several British Goods, &c. IV. The several Ports, Members, and Creeks of Great Britain; the Lawful Keys, Wharfs, &c. and the Fees payable to the Officers of the Customs in the Port of London; with the Duties of Scavage, Package, &c payable to the said City. V. An index, wherein is comprehended the substance of the several laws now in force, relating to the Customs, &c. The Whole being A Complete System of His Majesty's Revenue of Customs. B Henry Crouch, Of the Custom-House, London.
- London : printed by John Baskett His Majesty's Printer, for Thomas Longman, at the Ship in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCC.XXXVIII. 
xiv,564,p. ; 8⁰.
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- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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