"An Act to continue the Duties for Encouragement of the Coinage of Money; and for removing Doubts . . . Twenty Shillings for every Ton of Brandy Wines, and Strong Waters, imported."
1754 · London:
by [Drinking: Liquor Tax] Great Britain – Parliament; Act of Parliament – Reign of George II.
London:: Printed by Thomas Baskett, Printer to the King’s most Excellent Majesty, 1754., 1754. Folio. pp. , 227-230. Self-wraps. Title-page: Anno Regni Georgeii II. Regis Magnae Britanniae, Franciae, & Hiberniae, Vicesimo Septimo. At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the Tenth Day of November, Anno Dom. 1747 . . . Defender of the Faith, &c. Relating to Duty taxes applied to the importation of all wines, vinegar, cider, beer, as well as all brandy wines, ‘strong waters’, and the like coming to London or any other "ports, creeks, or places" in the kingdom of England. Full title: "An Act to continue the Duties for Encouragement of the Coinage of Money; and for removing Doubts concerning the Continuance of the Duty of Twenty Shillings for every Ton of Brandy Wines, and Strong Waters, imported." (Inventory #: LV2072)