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Schedule Of Tolls And Customs, Ireland 1830

ACCOUNTS AND PAPERS,

Thirteen Volumes.
Relating to Ireland; viz. Charitable And Public Institutions; Tolls And Customs.
Session: 5 February – 23 July 1830.

VOL. XXVI.

1830.

 

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LURGAN.

A schedule of the Tolls and Customs payable at the Fairs and Markets of Lurgan.

  s. d.
Wheat, per barrel or sack, for custom and weighing on market-days  –     3   
Barley, per bole or sack, for custom and weighing on market-days 3
Oats, per bole or sack, for custom and weighing on market-days 3
Oatmeal, per sack, for custom and weighing on market-days 3
Potatoes, per load, for custom and weighing on market-days 6

 

 

Country Butchers, for Sale in the Street: 

  s. d.
Hides, per custom and weighing on market days 
Tallow, per cake, custom and weighing on market days 
Beef, per carcass,custom and weighing on market days 
Pork, per carcass,custom and weighing on market days  4
Mutton, per carcass,custom and weighing on market days  1

 

 

Town Butchers, for Sale in the Shambles:

  s. d.
Beef, per carcass,custom and weighing on fair days and market days  4
Pork, mutton and veal, per carcass, for custom and weighing, each on fair and market days. 1
Pedlars, travelling chapmen, old clothsmen, and stockingmen, each, on market days 3
Hatters, shoemakers, pumpmakers, and broguemakers, each, on market days 1
Street auctioneers, each, on fair days and market days
Bread, fish, butter, cheese, besoms, baskets, kishes, bee-hives, wooden-ware, crockeryware, garden-stuff, fruit, young trees, and sucking pigs, each, on market days 1
Horses, mares, bulls, cows and oxen sold, each, on fair days and market days 4
Swine, sweep, lambs, goats and kids sold, each, on fair days and market days 2

 

 

Custom payable on Fair Days in the Town of Lurgan:

  s. d.
For every car, cart or horse load of wheat, barley, oats, oatmeal, potatoes, hides, tallow, beef, pork and mutton, driving or coming into the town of Lurgan on fair days, shall pay 4
Every pedlar, travelling chapman, old clothsman, stockingman, hatter, shoemaker, pumpmaker, and broguemaker, coming into the town of Lurgan on fair days with any said goods, shall pay, each  4
Every person bringing bread, fish, butter, cheese, besoms, baskets, kishes, bee-hives, woodenware, crockeryware, garden-stuff, fruit, and young trees, into the town of Lurgan on the fair days, each, shalll pay 4
Every horse, mare, bull, cow, and oxen, sold on any of the fair days held in the town of Lurgan, shall on their leaving the town, pay the sum of 4
Every swine, sheep, lamb, goat or kid, sold on any of the fair days held in the town of Lurgan, shall, on their leaving the town, pay the sum of, each 2

 

                                                                                                                                     Henry McVeagh,                                                                                                                                        Agent to Charles Brownlow, Esq.

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