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or every Hundred Weight of all other Window Glass, not being £ s. d. Spread Glass, whether flashed or otherwise manufactured, and commonly called or known by the Name of Crown Glass or German Sheet Glass, which shall be made in any Part of the United Kingdom

3 13 6 And so in proportion for any greater or less Quantity. or every Hundred Weight of Materials or Metal or other Preparations whatever, by what Name soever the same are or may be called or known, which shall be made use of in any Part of the United Kingdom in making common Bottles (the same not being Phials), and in the making of Vessels made use of in Chemical Laboratories, and of Garden Glasses, and of all other Vessels or Utensils made of common Bottle Metal

070 And so in proportion for any greater or less Quantity.

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DRAWBACKS. for every Square Foot, superficial Measure, of Ground or Polished

Plate Glass made in any Part of the United Kingdom from
Materials or Metal or other Preparations for or upon which the
Duties payable for or in respect of Plate Glass shall have been
paid, and which shall be exported from any Part of the United
Kingdom to Foreign Parts, in rectangular Plates of the Size of
Six Inches in Length by Four Inches in Breadth at the least,
and of the Thickness throughout of One Eighth Part of an Inch
at the least, and which shall be free from Stains, and of good
and fair Quality, and fit for immediate Use as ground and
polished Plate Glass -

And so in proportion for any greater or less Quantity.
For every Hundred Weight of unground and unpolished Plate

Glass made in any Part of the United Kingdom from Materials
or Metal or other Preparations for or upon which the Duties
payable for or in respect of Plate Glass shall have been paid,
and which shall be exported from any Part of the United
Kingdom to Foreign Parts, or to the Islands of Jersey, Guern-
sey, Alderney, or Sark, in rectangular Plates of the Size of
Six Inches in Length by Four Inches in Breadth at the least,
and of the Thickness throughout of not less than Two Eighth
Parts of an Inch, and of not more than Five Eighth Parts of an
Inch, and which shall be of good and fair Quality
And so in proportion for

any greater or less Quantity,
For every Hundred Weight of Window Glass, not being Spread

Glass, whether flashed or otherwise manufactured, and commonly called or known by the Name of Crown Glass or German Sheet Glass, made in any Part of the United Kingdom, for which the Duties shall have been paid, which shall be exported from any Part of the United Kingdom to Foreign Parts, or to the Islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, or Šark, in Whole Tables, or Half Tables, or Quarter Tables, and so in proportion for any greater or less Quantity than a Hundred Weight of such Whole Tables, Half Tables, or Quarter Tables, calculating the Drawback upon the Weight of the whole Table exported, although the same may be cut into Half or Quarter Tables for the Convenience of Exportation

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For every Hundred Weight of Panes of Window Glass, not being ko

Spread Glass, whether flashed or otherwise manufactured, and commonly called or known by the Name of Crown Glass or German Sheet Glass, made in any Part of the United Kingdom, for which the respective Duties shall have been paid, and which shall be exported from any Part of the United Kingdom to Foreign Parts, such Panes being in regular rectangular Figures, not being of less Dimensions than Six Inches in Length by Four Inches in Breadth, nor containing any part of the Bullion or thick centre Part of the Table from which any such Panes shall have been cut

4 16 And so in proportion for any greater or less Quantity than a Hundred Weight of such Panes. For every Hundred Weight of Spread Window Glass, commonly

called or known by the Name of Broad Glass, made in any Part of the United Kingdom, for which the Duties shall have been paid, and which shall be exported from any part of the United Kingdom to Foreign Parts, or to the Islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, or Sark

1 10 i And so in proportion for any greater or less Quantity. For every Hundred Weight of common Bottles (not being Phials),

and of Vessels made use of in Chemical Laboratories, and of Garden Glasses, and of all other Vessels or Utensils of common Bottle Metal, made in any part of the United Kingdom from Materials or Metal or other Preparations for which the Duties shall have been paid, and which shall be exported from any Part of the United Kingdom to Foreign Parts, or to the Islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney; or Sark

011 And so in proportion for any greater or less Quantity.

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CA P. XLIX.
An Act to amend the Laws in force relating to the Sus

Duties on Sea Insurances, on Articles of Clerkship, on le
tificates of Writers to the Signet, and of Conveyancers &
others, on Licences to Dealers in Gold and Silver Pe
and Pawnbrokers, on Drafts on Bankers, and on Licence
for Stage Coaches in Great Britain; and on Receipts a
Ireland.

[15th July 18 WH

HEREAS it is expedient to amend the Laws in force 1

lating to the Stamp Duties in certain Particulars;' Be: therefore enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by ana with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporu

and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Policies of

Authority of the same, That from and after the passing of the Mutual In- Act it shall and may be lawful for the Commissioners of Stamps surance at Sea or any of their Officers (whenever they shall be thereto required may be stamped to stamp with any additional Stamp or Stamps any Vellum, Parco with additional Stamps, if not

ment, or Paper which may have been previously stamped, upae underwritten which any Policy of Insurance, commonly called a Mutual Irto an Amount surance, may have been ingrossed, printed, or written, whereby

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ers Persons insure or agree to insure one another, without any exceeding the Semium or pecuniary Consideration, from any Loss, Damage, or Sum warranted facrisfortune that may happen to any Ship or Vessel

, or any Goods, by the former Gerchandize, or other Property on board of any Ship or Vessel, -ei in the Freight of any Ship or Vessel, or any other Interest in or

palating to any Ship or Vessel which may lawfully be insured, ited though such Policy may have been previously signed or underI rert itten by any Person or Number of Persons ; any thing in an Sis birt made in the Thirty-fifth Year of the Reign of His late 3 viajesty King George the Third, intituled An Act for granting to 35 G.3. c.69. Dis Majesty certain Stamp Duties on Sea Insurances, to the con

ry in anywise notwithstanding : Provided always, that at the Quantit ne when any such additional Stamp or Stamps shall be required,

ah Policy shall not have been signed or underwritten to an lass, cum nount exceeding the Sum or Sums which the Stamp or Stamps

made eviously impressed thereon will warrant. uties stai: H. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful Articles of any Part - the Commissioners of Stamps, or any of their

ers, at any Clerkship exSands of sime before the last Day of Hilary Term One thousand eight 22d June 1825, undred and twenty-nine, to stamp any Vellum, Parchment, or

may be stamped = Quantiz. aper upon which shall be ingrossed, written, or printed any Ar- before the last not being PL

cles of Clerkship, Contract, Indenture, or other Instrument, Day of Hilary oratories, si

hereby any Person, at any Time before the Twenty-second Day Term 1829, on Utenols o June One thousand eight hundred and twenty-five, became

Payment of United Kiar

vund to serve as a Clerk or Apprentice in order to his Admis. Penalty of 5l.

on as an Attorney or Solicitor in any of the Courts of Law or Lons for pid ] be experied

quity, upon Payment to the said Commissioners, or their Officer,

f the proper Duty payable in respect of such Articles, and of n Parts, a to

ne further Sum of Five Pounds by way of Penalty ; any thing rk

1 any Act or Acts in force immediately before the passing of this ess Quantity. Ict to the contrary in anywise notwithstanding.

III. And be it further enacted, That if any Person who shal! Affidavits

lave served or become bound to serve as Clerk to an Attorney or relating to such XLIX. Solicitor in Great Britain, under any Articles of Clerkship or

Clerkship may n force relatie

Contract bearing Date at any Time before the said Twenty- be filed, and

second Day of June One thousand eight hundred and twenty-five, Articles n Articles of Conte

shall or may have neglected or omitted to cause any Affidavit or registered, ignet, and of lu Affidavits of the Times of the Execution of such Articles to be before the alers in Gold en made and filed, or shall or may have neglected or omitted to cause

same Day. s on Bankers D any such Articles to be inrolled or registered, it shall and may be ut Britain ; and a lawful for such Person, at any time on or before the last Day of

13 Hilary Term One thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, to

cause One or more Affidavit or Affidavits to be made and filed in nt to amend the Lor such Manner as the same ought to have been made and filed in

due Time, and also to cause such Articles (being first duly

stamped) to be inrolled or registered with the proper Officer in of the Lords spiricuse that Behalf; and every such Person as aforesaid shall be and he Parliament as ek is hereby indemnified from all Penalties, Forfeitures, Incapacities, from and after the go and Disabilities in or by any Act or Acts imposed and incurred,

or to be incurred, for or by reason of such Neglect or omission;
and every such Affidavit and Affidavits so to be made, and which

shall be duly filed on or before the said last Day of the said have been previous'te

Hilary Term, shall be as effectual, to all Intents and Purposes,
as if the same had been made and filed within the respective
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Articles of

uties in certain fe g's most Excellent bis

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Times when the same ought by the Laws in force for that Purpu to have been made and filed; any thing in any Act or Acta: force immediately before the passing of this Act to the contra

in anywise notwithstanding. Articles of IV. And be it further enacted, That upon Payment of the Sa Clerkship in

of One hundred and twenty Pounds, being the Amount of a the Courts of Great Sessions, Duty imposed by Law on Articles of Clerkship entered inte by &c. may be any Person in order to his Admission in any of His Majesni stamped, on Courts at Westminster, it shall and may be lawful for the Coan Payment of

sioners of Stamps, or any of their Officers, at any Time after ta the Duty of

passing of this Act, whenever thereto required, and alth se 1201. for Admission of the

more than Six Months shall have elapsed from the Date of a Parties in the Articles, to stamp any Vellum, Parchment, or Paper upon what Courts at shall be ingrossed, written, or printed any Articles of Clerkshi Westminster. Contract, Indenture, or other Instrument under which any Pers

may have served or become bound to serve as a Clerk in one to his Admission in any of the Courts of Great Sessions in de or of the Counties Palatine of Chester, Lancaster, or Durhon, in any other Court of Record in England (not being one of Majesty's Courts at Westminster), holding Pleas, where the Dee or Damage amounts to Forty Shillings, any thing in any Act . Acts to the contrary notwithstanding; and thereupon the Perse having so served shall be capable of being admitted an Attorney or Solicitor in any one or more of His Majesty's said Courts & Westminster : Provided always, that at the Time when sed Articles of Clerkship shall be required to be stamped with the said Stamp denoting the Payment of the said Sum of One hasdred and twenty Pounds, such Articles shall have been previoush stamped with a Stamp denoting the Payment of the Duty payabe in respect of the same at the Date of such Articles of Clerkshipa

V. ' And Whereas it is expedient that certain annual Certé. cates and Licences hereinafter mentioned, granted by the Coe

• missioners of Stamps and their Officers, should expire at fixed Certificates to • Periods ;' Be it therefore enacted, That every Certificate whid Writers, &c.

shall have been granted at any Time before the passing of this in Scotland, to expire an

Act, or which shall be granted at any Time before the Thirtynually on 31st first Day of October One thousand eight hundred and twenty: October. eight, to any Person admitted as a Writer to the Signet, or *

a Solicitor, Agent, Attorney, or Procurator in any of the Court in Scotland, or to any Person admitted or inrolled as a Notary Public in Scotland, or to any Sworn Clerk, Clerk in Court

, a other Clerk or Officer in any of the Courts aforesaid, who, in bis own Name, or in the Name of any other Person, shall commence, prosecute, carry on, or defend any Action, Suit, or other Pre ceeding in any of the Courts aforesaid, or shall do any notarial Act whatever, for or in Expectation of any Fee, Gain, or Reward, as an Attorney, Solicitor, Agent, Procurator, or Notary Public, although not admitted or inrolled as such, shall cease and determine from the said Thirty-first Day of October One thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight.

VI. · And for regulating the Mode of issuing and entering the • Certificates to be taken out yearly by Writers to the Signet, • Solicitors, Agents, Attornies, Procurators, and Notaries Public in Scotland ;' Be it enacted, That from and after the Thirty-first

Day

of October One thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, Mode of fry Person admitted in Scotland as a Writer to the Signet, or issuing Cer

tificates to an Attorney or Sworn Clerk in the Court of Exchequer, or as

Writers, &c. olicitor in the Supreme Courts, or as an Agent in the Court of in Scotland. sion, or as a Procurator or Solicitor in any other Court, or as Public Notary, shall, between the Thirty-first Day of October t the First Day of December in each and every Year while he ll continue to act as a Solicitor or Agent, Attorney or Proator in any Court, or as a Public Notary, and in the Case of sons not admitted before the Thirty-first Day of October One asand eight hundred and twenty-eight, then before any such sons shall begin to act in any such Character or Capacity,

afterwards between the Thirty-first Day of October and the it Day of December in each and every Year, as aforesaid, deliver co the Head Collector of Stamp Duties at Edinburgh, or to

Officer at the Stamp Office there, who may be authorized issue such Certificates as aforesaid, or to the Distributor or rson duly authorized to act as a Distributor of Stamps for the strict, Shire, Stewartry, or Place wherein the Business of the rson requiring such Certificate shall be carried on, a Paper Note in Writing, containing the full Name and Designation Description of such Person, together with his usual Place of sidence, or the Place where his Business is carried on, which all be deemed and taken to be the Place of his Residence, and all be described as such in the said Paper or Note in Writing, i likewise stating whether his first Admission to act in any such aracter or Capacity as aforesaid has been within or beyond iree Years; and thereupon, and upon Payment of the approiate Duty imposed by Law, every such Person shall be entitled a Certificate duly stamped, to denote the Payment of the said aty, according to the Place of Residence described as aforesaid ; nich Certificate shall be immediately issued under the Hand of e said Head Collector or other proper Officer of Stamps to be r that Purpose duly authorized, and in such Manner and Form the Commissioners of Stamps shall appoint. VII. And be it further enacted, That every Certificate so to Certificates 2 obtained by any Person residing or carrying

on Business within in the City le City or Shire of Edinburgh shall

, within the Time hereinbefore or Shire of Jecified, or before such Person shall begin to act as aforesaid, Edinburgh, e entered in a particular Book, Roll, or Record, to be prepared with Officer nd kept by an Officer whom the Judges of the Court of Session of Court of re hereby authorized and directed to appoint for that Purpose; Session ; ind that every such Certificate so to be obtained by any Person elsewhere with residing or carrying on Business elsejwhere shall, within the Time the Sheriff or vereinbefore prescribed, or before the Obtainer thereof shall Stewart Clerk. begin to act as aforesaid, be entered in a particular Book, Roll, or Record, to be prepared and kept by the Clerk or Person duly authorized to act as Clerk of the Sheriffdom or Stewartry within which the Obtainer of such Certificate shall happen to reside or carry on Business ; which said Officer appointed by the Court of Session, and the Clerks or Persons duly authorized to act as Clerks of the respective Sheriffdoms or Stewartries, shall respectively from time to time, upon any such Certificate being exhibited or delivered in for the Purpose of being entered, and

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