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Brewing battles : a history of American beer by Mittelman, Amy
DDC/LCC
  1784 14 2007 2008
By the King, a proclamation for the prevention of frauds and abuses in the payment of excise for beer and ale by England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II)
LCC
  880 33 1662 1671
A declaration of severall observations to the reader worthy of perusall, concerning the cause of the subjects grievances hereunder expressed by T. A., well-willer for the publique good
LCC
  478 23 1645 1646
Proclamation anent the excise after the first of March next, 1699 by Scotland. Privy Council
LCC
  451 18 1699 1700
An abstract of Their Majesties commission under the Great Seal, dated the 15th day of June 1694 : For taking subscriptions for the bank, pursuant to the late act of Parliament by England and Wales. Sovereign (1689-1694 : William and Mary)
LCC
  450 19 1694 1694
Two proposals, humbly offer'd to the Honourable House of Commons, now assembled in Parliament : I. That a duty be laid on malt, in the stead of the present duty on beer and ale, and likewise, that the several engagements that revenue lies under, be transferr'd on that of malt, II. That a duty be laid on malt, and the present duty on beer and ale be continued : to which is annex'd an accompt, what in all probability the frauds of brewers do amount to and wherin such frauds are prejudicial to the King, to the subject, and to the trade itself : likewise by what means such grievances are most properly redress'd by Burnaby, A. (Anthony)
LCC
  424 22 1696 1696
The excise rectify'd, or, A plain demonstration that the revenue now raised thereby, is capable of being improved at least four or five hundred thousand pounds per annum, which is now paid by the subject, but diverted from its proper chanel into private hands by Farthing, John
LCC
  420 20 1695 1974
A collection of all the statutes now in force, relating to the excise upon beer, ale, and other liquors ; and the duties upon malt, brandy, and hops. With an abridgment of the said statutes, and a table of the rates upon the several liquors, &c. shewing by what acts they are imposed by Great Britain
LCC
  408 10 1724 1724
Irelands excise by Ireland. Lords Justices and Council
LCC
  375 15 1643 1643
An essay upon the excising of malt : as also the present case of tallies consider'd by Burnaby, A. (Anthony)
LCC
  362 24 1696 1696
An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament : concerning all brewers and makers of beere, ale, cider, or perry, for payment of the excise imposed by an ordinance of Parliament, before the delivering thereof, upon paine of forfeiture of double the value of the said commodities by England and Wales
LCC
  348 10 1643 1643
An historical account of the city of Edinburgh's duty upon ale : and of the management thereof, &c by Chalmer, Andrew
DDC/LCC
  320 20 1752 1900
The Case of the country common brewers : humbly offered to the consideration of Parliament by England and Wales.
LCC
  298 12 1680 1685
Reasons humbly offer'd to the Honble. House of Commons for translating the duty of excise from mault-drinks to mault, whereby may be advanced to the Crown above twenty millions for carrying on the war against France : together with some brief notes and observations on the laws and administrations in relation to that duty and the partiality and inequality thereof by Murray, Robert, 1635-1725?
DDC/LCC
  296 15 1695 1696
Remarks on the frauds and abuses of the brewery, touching the Queen's revenue of excise : with the remedy propos'd : in a familiar conferfnce [sic] between a country justice and a country brewer by Country Justice
LCC
  295 18 1707 1707
Reasons most humbly submitted to the wisdom of Parliament for the taking off the present duty of excise upon beer and ale, and laying the duty upon the original malt by Lover of his country
LCC
  292 10 1695 1695
Free-men inslaved, or, Reasons humbly offered to the right honorable the Commons of England in Parliament assembled : for the taking off the excise upon beer and ale
LCC
  292 14 1643 1660
The Case of the common brewers keeping publick brewing-houses in the country, now petitioners before the Honourable House of Commons, and their objections against several clauses contained in a bill brought into the said house for an additional excise upon beer and ale : humbly offered to the members of the same
LCC
  286 9 1700 1700
Reflections upon the tax of two pennies Scots per pint, on all ale and beer : first granted anno 1693, by the Parliament of Scotland, to the city of Edinburgh, and since continued to Edinburgh, and granted by the British Parliament to many other towns in Scotland
DDC/LCC
  285 19 1761 1761
An act for granting an additional duty on tobacco : and for continuing unto His Majesty, an aid, or additional custom on several goods and merchandizes : and also for continuing the additional duty on beer and ale, and other liquors, till the twenty fifth day of December, one thousand, seaven hundred and two by Ireland
DDC/LCC
  274 11 1697 1697
An impartial account of the conduct of the excise towards the breweries in Scotland, particularly in Edinburgh : pointing out the beneficial effects of the new mode of survey, by which several thousand pounds per annum have been already added to the revenue in the Edinburgh collection, and by which, if generally adopted through Scotland, many thousands more might be annually put into the Exchequer . by Scotland
DDC/LCC
  255 15 1791 1791
A New sett of interest tables : for the use of such persons as would be accurate in their computations : to which is added, the method of their construction, and of applying decimal fractions to English money
DDC/LCC
  220 10 1756 1756
By Andrew Fraser (design'd) of Kinmundie, sheriff-deput of Aberdeen : Advertisement for collecting His Maiesties revenew of inland excyse, within the sheriffdooms of Kincardine, Aberdeen and Bamff by Fraser, Andrew, of Kinmundie
LCC
  219 11 1685 1685
A table of excise for small beer, for victuallers : at 9 d. the barrel, from one, to five thousand: in which, the additional is separate from the other duty. The first column is, the duty with the additional. The second is, the duty without the additional. The third is, the additional duty only. Published by order of the grand commissioners of excise
LCC
  213 13 1690 1690
Friday 12 December, 1651. Votes of Parliament touching the excize of beer and ale by England and Wales. Parliament
LCC
  209 18 1651 1651
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