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Libros Libros 31 - 35 de 35 sobre Customs officers to guard the ship. They shall either live in a boat of their own,...
" Customs officers to guard the ship. They shall either live in a boat of their own, or stay on board the ship, as may best suit their convenience. Their food and expenses shall be supplied them from the Custom-house, and they shall not be entitled to any... "
Correspondence Relative to the Earl of Elgin's Special Missions to China and ... - Página 352
1859 - 488 páginas
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Handbook of Treaties, &c., Relating to Commerce and Navigation Between Great ...

Great Britain, Great Britain. Foreign Office - 1908 - 1192 páginas
...best suit their convenience. Their food and expenses shall be supplied them from the Custom-house, and they shall not be entitled to any fees whatever...proportionately to the amount exacted. ARTICLE XXXVII. Liability of vessels entering Port. Within twenty-four hours after arrival, the ship's papers, bills...
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Hertslet's China Treaties: Treaties, &c. Between Great ..., Volumen1,Parte1

Sir Edward Hertslet, Godfrey Edward Proctor Hertslet, Edward Parkes - 1908
...be supplied them from the Custom-House, and they shall not be entitled to Tientsin. [Commeree, &o.J any fees whatever from the master or consignee. Should...proportionately to the amount exacted.' • ARTICLE XXXVII. » Liability of Vessels entering Port. Within 24 hours after arrival, the ship's papers, bills of lading,...
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Bulletins of the campaign [compiled from the London gazette]. [Continued as ...

1843
...day to day from the Customhouse, and they may not exact any fees whatever from either the Commander or Consignee. Should they violate this regulation,...they shall be punished proportionately to the amount so exacted. 4 D2 543 ///. Masters of Skips reporting themselves on Arrival. Whenever a British vessel...
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British and Foreign State Papers

1858
...day to day from the Custom House, and they may not exact any fees whatever from either the Commander or Consignee. Should they violate this regulation,...they shall be punished proportionately to the amount so exacted. III. Masters of Ships reporting themselves on arrival. Whenever a British vessel shall...
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British and Foreign State Papers, Volumen61

Great Britain. Foreign Office - 1877
...best suit their convenience. Their food and expenses shall be supplied them from the Custom-House, and they shall not be entitled to any fees whatever from the master or consignees. Should they violate this regulation, they shall be punished by the Superintendent of Customs,...
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