The rates of merchandise, that is to say, the subsidy of tonnage, subsidy of poundage, and the subsidy of woollen clothes or old-drapery, as they are rated and agreed on by the Commons House of Parliament. Set down ... to be paid according to the tenor of the act of tonnage and poundage ... and subscribed with the hand of Sir Harebotle Grimston Baronet, Speaker of the House of Commons. Saturday July 28. 1660. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that the Act of Tonnage and Poundage, and the Book of Rates, together with the rules annexed, be forthwith printed and published ...
printed by Edward Husbands, and Thomas Newcomb, printers to the Commons House of Parliament,
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