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Great Britain. Commissioners of Excise.

[Permit for Thomas Cooper to receive one cask of foreign brandy, 1809]

London : Excise Office, 1809.
Physical Description:
1 sheet ; 13 x 17 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Eph Fo 41
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Archives & Manuscripts
"Permit [Tho. Cooper Esq., Jermyn Street], to receive [one] casks of foreign [brandy, qty ten] gallons no., as under part of the stock of [goods condemnd], witness my hand this [twenty second] day of [July], 18[09]. This permit to be in force [two hours] for the goods being sent out of [Excise Office] stock & [two hours] more for the same being delivered and received into Mr [Cooper's] stock. [Tho. Ball]. The above goods sent by [coach]."
At head: "No. [25. (illegible) Tho. Ball. Excise Office, Londn. Divn."
Engraved permit, printed in red ink (including the seal of the Excise Office), and completed in manuscript (in pen and black ink).
Subject Terms:
Ball, Thomas, (Excise officer).
Beverages -- Great Britain.
Brandy -- Great Britain.
Cooper, Thomas, (Excise officer).
Great Britain. Commissioners of Excise.
Liquors -- Great Britain.
Blank forms.
Engravings -- 1809.
Ball, Thomas, (Excise officer).

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