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Report by Thomas Tucker upon the settlement of the revenues of excise and customs in Scotland

by Tucker, Thomas, Commissioner to Scotland, 1655-1656

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Published in (Edinburgh, Bannatyne Club, 1824) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scotland -- History -- Sources.,
  • Scotland -- Economic conditions

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 68 p : tables
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14037944M

    (x) Central Excise (Compounding of Offences) Rules, (xi) Central Excise (Determination of Retail Sale Price of Excisable Goods) Rules, (xii) Customs and Central Excise€ Duties and Service Tax Drawback Rules, (xiii) Central Excise (Removal of Difficulties) Rules, (xiv) Central Excise (Settlement of Cases) Rules, €File Size: KB.   NEW DELHI: India could consider offering a one-time settlement to clear legacy central excise duty and value added tax issues to ensure they do not linger and act as a drag in the goods and services tax GST Council, the apex decision-making body for the tax, will take up the proposal at a meeting on August 4. The scheme, if approved, would allow officials to focus on GST .

    However, the excise officers charged with the responsibility of stamping out stilling were also concerned illegal imports, so it would be remiss to ignore the subject completely. Most of the stilling went on in the glens, where there was a plentiful supply of the clean fresh water, needed for .   Thomas Tucker, in the s, followed Sir Thomas Urquhart Orkneyinga Saga: The history of the earls of Orkney, ed. Hermann Pálsson and Paul Edwards (London, ), and so a visible prosperity would shew itself among them Report by Thomas Tucker Upon the Settlement of the Revenues of Excise and Customs in Scotland [­

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Vol Report by Thomas Tucker upon the settlement of the revenues of excise and customs in Scotland --by Tucker, Thomas, Commissioner to Scotland, texts. eye favorite 0 University of Guelph Scottish Studies Collections. Created on. February 12 Thomas Tucker. Only 80 ships above 25 tons burden were recorded in the whole of Scotland.

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Miscellany of the Scottish Burgh Records Society. containing I. Report by Thomas Tucker upon the settlement of the revenues of excise and customs in Scotland, A.D. MDCLVI. - II. Register containing the state and condition of every burgh within the kingdom of Scotland, in the year - III.

Setts of the royal burghs of Scotland. Customs and Excise Officers Find out how to uncover details about ancestors who worked for Customs and Excise within Glasgow, Port Glasgow & Greenock, and Campbeltown. The National Records of Scotland's Guide to customs and excise records.

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MDCLVI (). Register containing the state and condition of every Burgh within the Kingdom of Scotland in the year Setts of the Royal Burghs of Scotland. "This book traces the growth of customs and excise, and their integral role in shaping the framework of industrial England; including state power, technical advance, and the evolution of a consumer society.

Central to this structure was the development of two economies - one legal and one illicit. If there was a unique English pathway of industrialization, it was less a distinct. Report by Thomas Tucker upon the Settlement of Revenues of excise and Customs in ().

Scotland and Ireland under the Commonwealth',Author: Susan Gillanders. on the structure and rates of excise duty applied to manufactured tobacco.1, 2 In the event that the Commission decided not to submit a proposal, the Council requested to be informed of the reasons for this decision.

This report presents the results and conclusions of an external study on this subject andFile Size: KB. Register Book of the City of St Andrews. B65/1/2. MurrayJohn, ed., Report by Thomas Tucker Upon the Settlement of the Revenues of Excise and Customs in Scotland, A.D.

mdclvi (Edinburgh, ).Author: Bess Rhodes. Excise is derived from the Dutch accijns, which is presumed to come from the Latin accensare, meaning simply "to tax".

Excise was introduced in the mid 17th century under the Puritan regime. In the British Isles, upon the Restoration of the Monarchy, many of the Puritan social restrictions were overturned, but excise was re-introduced, under the Tenures Abolition Actin lieu of rent. [Tucker's Report upon the Settlement of the Revenues of Excise and Customs in Scotland] From the same authority we learn that "the accompt of the beere, ale, acque vitae lett to farme" in the several shires of Scotland during the year amounted to £35, 8s.

8d., and that the proportion yielded by the port of Dumfries was £Ashworth traces the growth of customs and excise, and their integral role in shaping the framework of industrial England. He examines their influence on elements such as state power, technical advance, and the evolution of a consumer society.

If there was a unique pathway of industrialization, it was less a distinct entrepreneurial and techno-centric culture, than one predominantly defined.The Report by Thomas Tucker upon the settlement of the revenues of excise and customs in Scotland () refers to 'Salt which they usually sell to cageors, who carry the same about in creiles on horseback, or otherwise, up and downe the countrey'.