Franklin

MLA

Excise, Scotland: Beer and Spirits. (1.) An Account of the Number of Barrels of Ale, Beer, and Porter, On Which the Excise Duty Has Been Raised In Great Britain, and the Rate and Amount of Duty, In Each Year, From 5th January 1790 to 5th January 1821. (2.) An Account of the Number of Gallons of Spirits Made In Scotland, for the Consumption of Scotland, for the Four Years Ending 5th January 1821; Distinguishing the Quarters of Each Year, and Their Totals Respectively. (3.) An Account of the Number of Gallons of Rum, On Which the Full Duties of Excise Have Been Paid, In Scotland, In the Four Years Ending 5th January 1821; Distinguishing the Quarters of Each Year, and Their Totals Respectively. (4.) An Account of the Number of Gallons of Foreign Spirits (not Rum,) On Which the Full Duties of Excise Have Been Paid, In Scotland, In the Four Years Ending 5th January 1821, Distinguishing the Quarters of Each Year, with Their Totals Respectively. (5.) A Return of the Total Number of Gallons of Spirits Distilled In Scotland, for Home Consumption, From 10th November 1819, to 9th November 1820, with the Total Amount of Duty, Also the Rate of Duty Per Gallon of Spirits; Distinguishing the Number of Gallons Distilled In Lowlands and Highlands Respectively, and Stating the Number of Distillers In Highlands and Lowlands; and the Quantity of Spirits Exported to Ireland. Cambridge [eng.]: Proquest LLC, 2006.

APA

(2006). Excise, Scotland: beer and spirits. (1.) An account of the number of barrels of ale, beer, and porter, on which the excise duty has been raised in Great Britain, and the rate and amount of duty, in each year, from 5th January 1790 to 5th January 1821. (2.) An account of the number of gallons of spirits made in Scotland, for the consumption of Scotland, for the four years ending 5th January 1821; distinguishing the quarters of each year, and their totals respectively. (3.) An account of the number of gallons of rum, on which the full duties of excise have been paid, in Scotland, in the four years ending 5th January 1821; distinguishing the quarters of each year, and their totals respectively. (4.) An account of the number of gallons of foreign spirits (not rum,) on which the full duties of excise have been paid, in Scotland, in the four years ending 5th January 1821, distinguishing the quarters of each year, with their totals respectively. (5.) A return of the total number of gallons of spirits distilled in Scotland, for home consumption, from 10th November 1819, to 9th November 1820, with the total amount of duty, also the rate of duty per gallon of spirits; distinguishing the number of gallons distilled in lowlands and highlands respectively, and stating the number of distillers in highlands and lowlands; and the quantity of spirits exported to Ireland. Cambridge [eng.]: Proquest LLC.

Chicago

Excise, Scotland: Beer and Spirits. (1.) An Account of the Number of Barrels of Ale, Beer, and Porter, On Which the Excise Duty Has Been Raised In Great Britain, and the Rate and Amount of Duty, In Each Year, From 5th January 1790 to 5th January 1821. (2.) An Account of the Number of Gallons of Spirits Made In Scotland, for the Consumption of Scotland, for the Four Years Ending 5th January 1821; Distinguishing the Quarters of Each Year, and Their Totals Respectively. (3.) An Account of the Number of Gallons of Rum, On Which the Full Duties of Excise Have Been Paid, In Scotland, In the Four Years Ending 5th January 1821; Distinguishing the Quarters of Each Year, and Their Totals Respectively. (4.) An Account of the Number of Gallons of Foreign Spirits (not Rum,) On Which the Full Duties of Excise Have Been Paid, In Scotland, In the Four Years Ending 5th January 1821, Distinguishing the Quarters of Each Year, with Their Totals Respectively. (5.) A Return of the Total Number of Gallons of Spirits Distilled In Scotland, for Home Consumption, From 10th November 1819, to 9th November 1820, with the Total Amount of Duty, Also the Rate of Duty Per Gallon of Spirits; Distinguishing the Number of Gallons Distilled In Lowlands and Highlands Respectively, and Stating the Number of Distillers In Highlands and Lowlands; and the Quantity of Spirits Exported to Ireland. Cambridge [eng.]: Proquest LLC, 2006.