Accounts showing collection of customs on coal.
Accounts shewing the first year's collection of customs on coal drawn up by Job Harbie for Henry, Earl of Holland.
`An account for the first year's collection of the new Increase of custom upon seacoles exported by virtue of Letters Patent of 11 Apr 1634 being 4s. -d. upon every great chaldron, which is demised by other Letters Patent dated 2 Jul 1634 to Henry Lucas, John White and Job Harbie for 31 years reserving £100 for 7 years and £500 for the remainder. One-third part thereof being for the use of the Rt. Hon. Henry Earl of Holland, one-third for Edward Earl of Dorset and one-third for Job Harbie by deeds under their hands and seals bearing date 9 Feb. 1634/5.'
Gives name of ship and port of registration and name of master; number of chaldrons and amount of duty payable and deductions for collection; shews amount of profits to be divided among the patentees. Accounts arranged under the various ports of England and Wales exporting coal.