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Context of Act for laying a duty upon wrought plate; and for applying money arising for the clear produce (by sale of the forfeited estates) towards answering His Majesty's supply; and for taking off the drawbacks upon hops exported for Ireland; and for payment of annuities to be purchased after the rate of four pounds per centum per annum at the Exchequer, redeemable by Parliament; and for appropriating supplies granted in this session of Parliament; and to prevent counterfeiting receipts and warrants of the officers of the South-Sea Company; and for explaining a late Act concerning foreign salt cellar'd and lock'd up before the four and twentieth day of June, one thousand seven hundred and nineteen; and to give a further time for paying duties on certain apprentices indentures; and for relief of Thomas Vernon Esq; in relation to a parcel of senna imported in the year one thousand seven hundred and sixteen
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