Duty-free importation -- Ireland. : Wednesday the eighteenth of August 1652, [electronic resource] : resolved by the Parliament that the Parliament doth declare and order that any cattle, sheep, horses, corn, or grain of any kinde shall or may be exported ... from England into Ireland (without paying custom or excise in England)
Duty-free importation -- Law and legislation -- France. : Règlement fait par le roy en faveur de ceux qui arment des vaisseaux en course [microform] : qui exempte les marchandises provenant des prises de tous les droits qui se lèvent sur celles qui viennent des païs étrangers, du vingt-cinquiéme May 1695.
Duty-free importation -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain. : Reasons humbly offer'd to the Right Honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal assembled in Parliament, against passing the bill for laying duties upon goods which may be brought by Her Majesty's subjects from Scotland to England after the commencement of the union [electronic resource].
Duty-free importation of boats -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : A concise abstract of the most important clauses [electronic resource] : in the following interesting acts of Parliament, passed in the session of 1779; By which the Public in general are more immediately affected, than by any passed in any former Session, viz. 1. Act for the Suppression of Smugglers, and the Protection and Encouragement of Fair Traders. 2. Act for Preventing Personal Arrests under Ten Pounds. 3. Act for Raising, Embodying, and Regulating the Militia in England, and Fencible Men in Scotland. 4. Act for Impressing Seamen. 5. Act for Erecting Penitentiary Houses for the Confinement of Offenders convicted of Transportable Crimes. 6. Act for imposing Taxes on Dwelling-Houses, and Hired Servants. 7. Act for imposing Taxes on Post and other Hired Horses, and Carriages. 8. Act for Additional Stamp Duties, wherein are ascertained the Quantity of Chancery and Common-Law Sheets. 9. Act for Licensing Auctioneers, and Taxing Estates and Goods sold by Auction. With a preface, notes, and observations, by a gentleman of the Inner-Temple.
Duty-free importation of sugar -- Grenada. : The genuine speech of Lord Mansfield, [electronic resource] : In giving the Judgment of the Court of King's-Bench, on Monday, November 28, 1774, in the cause of Campbell against Hall, respecting the King's letters patents, of the 20th of July, 1774; for raising a duty of four and an half per cent. on all the exports from the island of Grenada. Taken in short-hand by a barrister.