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Whereas we are informed, that in many cities and towns corporate within this kingdom, greater customers, tolls and duties than are really due, have been of late exacted in right of the said corporations, upon goods imported or exportd into or out of the said cities and towns corporate, to the great prejudice of His Majestie his customers, the decay of trade, and the discouragement of merchants ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Essex.

Title:Whereas we are informed, that in many cities and towns corporate within this kingdom, greater customers, tolls and duties than are really due, have been of late exacted in right of the said corporations, upon goods imported or exportd into or out of the said cities and towns corporate, to the great prejudice of His Majestie his customers, the decay of trade, and the discouragement of merchants ... by the Lord Lieutenant and Council, Essex.
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Note:Dublin : Printed by Benjamin Took ... and are to be sold by Joseph Wilde ..., 1672
  
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Subject:Customs administration -- Ireland -- Officials and employees
Subject:Fraud -- Ireland
Subject:Ireland -- History -- 1649-1775
Subject:Ireland -- Politics and government -- 17th century
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