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Bill Number3152Session1789
Title For granting unto his majesty, his heirs and successors an additional duty on hides, beer and ale and other goods and merchandises therein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold and silver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain, and of all cambrics, lawns and glass, except of the manufacture of Great Britain and France, and the French dominions in Europe, and of all hops, except of the growth of Great Britain and the British plantations.
Initial Bill Stages
Originating Body Commons
Leave or Order    
Presented 18 Apr 1789Presented by John Parnell Chancellor of Exchequer [1633]
2nd Reading & Committed 20 Apr 1789   
Reported 25 Apr 1789Reported by Right Honourable Mr Mason [1352]
Sent to Other House 27 Apr 17892nd House Reporter Charles Wilkinson Jones Viscount Ranelagh [4050]
Sent to Chief Governor 1 May 1789   
Privy Council Stages
Received & Referred to Law Officers13 Mar 1789 
Petition to English Privy Council None 
Decision of the English Privy Council Approved 
Engrossed 13 Mar 1789 
Returned Bill Stages
Royal Assent 25 May 1789 
Statute Number 29 George III c.18
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