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Instructions for the tide-waiters

Great Britain. Customs and Excise Dept.

Instructions for the tide-waiters

who are employed to watch ships, and to prevent any manner of goods from being irregularly landed in the port of London.

by Great Britain. Customs and Excise Dept.

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Pagination43 p. ;
Number of Pages43
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