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CHARGES ON ACCOUNT OF PILOTAGE. Table of the Rates of Pilotage to be demanded and received by Pilots licensed by the Corporation of Trinity House of Deptford Strond, for piloting Ships and Vessels within the Limits in the

said Table mentioned.

7 Feet From

To and 8 Feet. 9 Peet. 10 Feet. 11 Feet. 12 Feet. ( 13 Feet. 14 Feet. 15 Feet.

23 Feet

16 Feet. 17 Feet. 18 Feet. 19 Feet. 20 Feet. 21 Feet. 22 Feet. and
under

upwards.
£ 8. d. £ 8. d. £ 8. d. £. d. E s. d. £ 6. d. £ . d. £ d. £

1. d. £ .

d. £ The Sea, Or Nore or Warps

8. d. £ 6. d. £ . d. £ . d. £ s. d. £ 1. d. € .. d.
3 13 6

3 7
fordness, the Gravesend, Chatham, Standgate

3118 8 0
Downs,
Creek, or Blackstakes

41 0 7 9 6 3 3 6 18 0 7 11 91 8 5 6 8 19 61 9 13 3 10 7 0111 0 9 11 14 6'14 1 6 16 13 0 19 6 6 21 Long Reach

5 0 23 3 9 25 2 3 Hozely Bay,

4 16 6 5 12 3 6 8 0 7 2 6 7 18 3 S 14 9 9 8 6.100 0 10 16 3 11 10 013 3 6.15 9 0 18 11 9 21 5 0 23 0 0 24 16 Woolwich or Blackwall

9 26 13 6 and vice

5 5 9 6 1 6 6 17 0 7 11 9 8 10 3 9 4 0 10 2 6 11 0 9 11 14 6112 8 6 14 3 6 16 5 9 19 11 0 22 1
Moorings or London Docks

6 24 16 9 27 12 0
5 16 0 6 9 9 7 3 6 7 17 3 8 19 6 9 13 3 10 11 6 11 10 0 12 8 6 13 2 3 14 14 6:17 06 20 10 3 23 4 6
Gravesend, Standgate Creek, OT
The Nore or Blackstakes

1 18 9 2 3 3 2 7 0 2 10 6 2 19 9
Warps, and Long Reach or Chatham
2 6 0 2 10 6 2 15 3 2 19 9 39

3 6 3! 3 11 9 3 15 6 4 2 9 4 10 3 5 1 3 5 16 0 6 8 91 7 14 6 8 14 09 13 3 10 12 6

0 3 18 3! 4 2 9 4 7 0 4 13 9 5 5 0 5 16 06 15 3 8 5 6 9 13 3 10 12 6 11 11 9 12 15 3 vice versa Woolwich or Blackwall

2 15 3 3 1 9 3 8 0 3 13 6 4 2 9 4 10 3 4 19 0 5 8 6 5 16 Moorings or London Docks

0 6 4 3 7 2 6 8 3 9 9 4 011 11 9 12 11 3 13 16 0 Long Reach

3 4 6 3 10 9 7 17 3 4 2 9 4 16 6 5 5 9 5 15 0 6 4 3 6 13 672 6 8 10 9 4 0 11 09 12 17 6 13 16

0 9 3 0 14 9 1 0 3 1 5 3 1 10 0 1 14 6 1 19 0 2 3 912 8 3 2 13 0 2 17 6 3 2 0 3 6 9 3 11
Woolwich or Blackwall

3 4 12 0 5 10 6
Gravesend

1 3 0 1 7 6 1 12 3 1 16 9 2 4 3 2 13 6 3 2 6 3 11 9 3 18 3 4 5 6 4 13 9 5 1 3 6 4 3 7 11 9 8 16
Moorings or London Docks

6 9 13 3
Reach, and

7 6 1 14 0 2 0 6 2 6 0 2 15 3 3 4 6 3 13 6 4 2 9 4 12 0 5 1 3 5 10 6 5 19 6 7 7 3 8 14 9
vite serd-

Sheerness, Standgate Creek, or
Blackstakes

2 15 3 2 1903 19 3 4 6 3 13 6 4 2 9 4 12 0 5 1 3 5 10 6 5 19 6! 6 3 9 6 18 0 7 7 3 7 16 5
Chatham
3 4 6 3 8 0 3 10 9 3 13 6 4 2 9 4 12 0 5 1 5 10

6 5 19 6 6 8 9 6 18 0 7 7
Woolwich or Blackwall

3 7 16 5 8 5 6
0 18 6 1 0 1 4 9 1 7 6 1 16 9 2 6 0 2 15 3 3 4 6 3 13 6 4 2 9 4 12 0 5 3 6 5 16 06 8 9 8 5 6 9 4 0
Long Beach, Moorings or London Docks 1 7 6 1 11 3 1 14 0 1 16 9 2 6 0 2 15 3 3 4 6 3 13 6 4 2 9 4 12 0 5 3 6 5 16 0
and rice

6 8 9 7 7 3 9 0
Sheerness, Standgate Creek, or
terad
Blackstakes

3 4 6 3 8 0 3 10 9 3 13 62 9 4 12 0 5 1 3 5 10 6 5 19 6 6 8 9 6 18 0 7 7 3 7 17 6 8 5 6 8 14 9
Chatham

3 13 6 3 17 3 4 0 0 42 4 12 0 5 1 3 5 10 6! 5 19 6 6 8 9 6 18 0 7 7 3 7 16 6 8 5 6 8 14 9 9 4 0
Woolrich, or Moorings or London Docks 0 18 6 1 2 0 1 4 9 1 7 6 1 10 0 11 12 3 1 16 9 2 1 6 2 6 0 2 10 6 2 15 3 219 9 3 4 6 3 9 0

Blackwall, Sheerness, Standgate Creek, or
and vice
Blackstakes

3 13 6 3 17 3 0 0 4 2 9 4 12 0 5 1 3 5 10 6 5 19 6 6 8 9 6 18 0 7 7 3 7 16 6 8 5 6 8 14 9
Chatham

4 2 914 6 6 4 9 3 4 12 05 1 31 5 10 6 5 19 6 6 S 9 6 18 017 7 3 7 16 618 5 61 8 11 9 9 4 0
Ships not having British registers are to pay 1-4th more than ships having British registers, exept when such first For intermediate distances a proportionate rate.
mentioned ships shall be chiefly laden with com or other provisions, or shall, by any order of his Majesty's most For removing a ship er vessel from moorings into a dry or wet dock, for a ship under 300 tons, 15.. ; 300 to 600
honourable privy council, be privileged to enter the parts of this kingdom, upon paying the same duties of tonnage tons, 11. lo.; 600 to 1,000 ton, 11. 118. 6d.; above 1,000 tons, U. 20. - In the river Thames, above Gravesend, for a
as are paid by British ships; in which case sach ships and vessels not having British registers shall pay the like rales
of pilotage only as are payable by ships having British registers.

boat of a class carrying an anchor of above 4 cwt, with a corresponding tow-lire, u. 2.; ditto, ditto, above 2 cwt.
Por loot exceeding the above draughts of water, the medium price between the two limits.

11. 18.; ditto, ditto, under 2 cwt. 15., per trip for the whole distance from Gravesend to Londos; and in propor

tion for any part of that distance. - And for each man's service in those boats, 8s. per tide. Table of the Rates of Pilotage to be demanded and received by Pilots licensed by the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports and Constable of Dover Castle, or his Lieutenant for the time being, for

piloting Ships and Vessels within the Limits in the said Table mentioned.

Under 7
From 7

23 Feet
From

Feet.

Peet to 11 Feet, 12 Feet. 13 Feet. 14 Feei. 15 Feet. 16 Feet. 17 Feet. 18 Feet. 19 Feet. 20 Feet. 21 Feet. 22 Feet. and
10 Feet.

upwards.
€ d. £. d. £ 3. d. £ s. d. £ 6. d. £ 4. d. £ 6. d. £. d. £ 8. d. £ . d. £ 8. d. € . d. £ 6. d. £ 8. d. £ 5. d.
Nore, Sheerness, Standgate Creek, Gravesend 55 0 7 17 6 8 13 3.9 9 0 10 4 9 11 0 6 11 16 3 12 12 0 15 7 9 16 1 319 0 0 22 10 24

Long Reach
The Down

5 0 26 9 2 25 13 5
5 16 0 8 8 699 0110 4 9 11 3 0'11 18 10 12 18 3 13 14 0 15 0 9,17 14 4 21 4 % 24 6 1 26 9 2 28 13 3 30 17 4
Blackwall or London

6 12 3 8 19 6 10 4 911 0 6 12 1 6 12 17 3 14 0 4 14 16 0 16 13 919 7 5 23 8 5 26 9 2 28 13 3
Standgate Creek Gravesend -
3 6 213 17 014 8 2 4 19 0 3 10 3 6 1 3 6 12 7 3

7 7 14

4 8 5 41 8 16 49 7
From the several rates mentioned in this Table there shall be deducted 5 per cent, when the number of Cinque as are paid by British ships; in which case such ships and vessels, not having British registers, shall pay the like rates
Port pilots shall be reduced to 120.
Ships not having British registers are to pay 1-4th more than ships having British registers, except when such

of pilotage only as are payable by ships having British registers.

For å foot exceeding the above draughts of water, the medium price between the two limits. first-mentioned ships shall be chiefly laden with corn or other provisions, or shall, by any order of Majesty's most For Intermediate distances, a proportionale rate. honourable privy council, be privileged to enter the ports of his kingdom, upon paying the same duties of tonnage

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From off Dungeness to off Folke-
stone; the church bearing N.
W by 004 PAS

2 0 0
3 0 0
3 10 0

0 0

3 5 0 From oft Folketone to the South Foreland, the light in one

1 10
0
2 0 0
2 10 0
3 0 0

4 4 0 From off the South Foreland to the Down

1 5 0
1 5 0
1 10 0
2 0 0

3

0 For a boat of a class carrying an anchor of above In the River Thames

d.) Per trip for the whole distance Acwt. with a corresponding tow-line

0 from tiravesend to London, and above Gravesend Do. dio. 2 cwt.

1 1 0 in proportion for any part of that Do. do. under 2 cwt.

0 15

distance. And for each man's service in those boats, 86. per tide. ACCOUNT OF THE RATES CHARGED FOR THE PILOTAGE OF VESSELS, AND OF THR OTHER CHARGES

AFFECTING THEM IN THE UNDERMENTIONED. PONTS.
ARERDERN.
Tenage Muty.

&. d. Rallast: - All ships or vessels furnished with ballast by the Ci 1. - For all vessels to or from any place between

Aberdeen harbour commissioners payFlamorough Head, on the southward, and Cape

Veel belonging to Aberdeen, 9d. per ton. Wrath, the north, excepting ver els passing

All other vessels, 1 s. per ton. through the ('aledonian and forth and Clyde Canals,

Vesels launched at the part of Aberdeen to pay half dues on but including the Orkney and Shetland Isles, per

Arst voyage, if mailing in ballast, but if landing goods, to pay Tekintet ton

- 02 full dues. Class 2. - To or from all other ports or places in Great

Vessels entering the harbour for safety, or windsound, and Britain and Ireland

0 4 not breaking bulk, to pay half Jues, but if they break bulk, or Class 1. – To or from all parts of Europe to the north

take in Koods (stores for their own use excepted), lo pay full ward of Gibraltar, including the Cararies, Western

dues. Islands, Madeira, A zore, Guernsey, Jersey, Alder

Foreign vessels to pay one-half more dues than British ney, Sark, the Faroe Isles and Iceland, also the

vessels. whole of the Baltic and White Seas

09 One arrival and one sailing to constitute a voyage Class 4. -- all parts on tbe eastern coast of North

Vessels remaining in the barbour after 3 calendar months America, including Greenland and Davis's Straits

(and 14 days allowed for loading and discharging) to pay ld. fisheries, all parts within the Straits of Gibraltar and

per register ton per calendar month, and for each part of a W. cast of Africa, aafar S. as the Tropic of Cancer 1 0 month, in advance. C!«$ 5. - The West Indies, and all paris within the

It shall be in the option of the trustees to charge either the Tropics of Capricorn and Cancer

1 6 dues on the voyake, inwards or outwards, at the rates specified Class 5. - All ses's navigating to the southward of the

in the foregoing Table, according to the distance, and if the Tropic of Capricom, aixi all other parts of the world % 0 charge be made on the voyage outwards, there shall be de Leading lights, Tidal Pier Livhl, and Flag Dues

ducted from it the annount of dues that may have been pre

viously paid on the voyage inwards; but if such vessels sail in All tessels urder 40 tons

1 0

ballast, they shall be charged with dues on the inward voyage 40 tons and under 50

1 6

only. 50 SO

20

Exemptions for shipping, not including loading, lights, &c. 100

or pilotake100) 120

All open boats under the burthen of 10 tons to be exempted 120 200

3 6 from dues 200 tons and unwards

4 0

All ships, steamers, or vessels having made 50 voyages in The alvort rates are payable for all Fessels entering the harbour,

any 1 year, from January to llecember inclusive, shall pay no

more harbour dues for any additional voyages made by them
First Second Third within the same year.
Pilotage.

Boat.
Boat.
Boat. Vessels sailing from the harbour and put back by strees of

weather, or other cause, without having accomplished the

voyage, shall not be liable in additional dues for such returns.

d£ 4. d. 8. d. All ships or vessels belonging to, or exclusively employer in Vessels under 50 tons

0 0 6 0 0 5 0 the service of H. M., the Customs, Excise, or Post Office, or 5) tons and under 60

0 8 0 0 7 0 0 6 0 of the l'ommissioners of the Northern Lighthouses, or of the

0 9 0 0 7 6 0 6 6 Corporation of the Trinity House of Deptford Strond, to be 110 0 10 0 8 0 0 7 0

exempted from dues. 110

01100 8 6 0 7 6 British vessels, bona fide employed in the white fishery, to be

0 12 00 9 0 0 8 0 exempted from the payment of harbour dues, provided they 250

0 14 0 0 10 0 0 9 0 have no cargo on board but the tish caught, and their biores 250 tons and above it

0 15 0011 0 0 10 0 and fishery implements.

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On vezes navigating to the south of the tropic of

Capricom
On teimer's navigating between the equator and the

tropic of Capricorn
On vessels natikating between the tropic of Cancer

and the equator
Om vesels navigating to and from any port in North
Amer.ca, and within the suraits et Gibraltar
On vessels navigating to and from any port in
Norway, perth of Drontheim, Azores, Madeira,
or Tenerifle Islands
On vévels nasipating to and from any port between

Gibraltar and Dunkirk, and any port in the Baltic
On la navigating to and from any port in

Great Britain
O veel with cuals or lime from ans port in

tireat Britain, excepting Scotland
On vessels with coals or line from any port in
Scotland, and all vessels engaged in the berring
true
on all steam vessels, with passengers and their
lukkige exclusively, from any port in Great

Britain
On ail steam vessels, with goods and passengers, to
pay the same rates as sailing resnis
On Vels entering the harbour for refuge, half the

ahore dues are tale charpet.
All vessels remaining in harbour, after 2 months,

to pay Id. per ton per month, in advance. Vesiels loxing or unloading goods, or ballast, to

pay, in name of plank-money, viz. :On ses els under 20 tous 20 and trader 50

100

0 0 2

0 0 10

0 2 0

Local har. Coasting vessels, laden or the charge for bour light, in ballast 3d. register ballast varies d. per ton ton.

from 7d. to ls. cm cách

All vessels employed in ton, the par. vessel the foreign trade, 3 d. tle's purchaning per reg! ter ton.

where it can be Vessels taking refuge, 214. had cheapest, per register ton.

and not under And in addition to the the management above, on

of any party. Vessels under 40 tons, 6d. 40 & un. 80 tons. ls. 80 - 100 1 s. 6d. 100 120 29. 120 150 2. 6d. 11.50 180

1180 and upwards, 41. The charges for harbour dues, lights, and pilotage, levied under the act 2 Vict, c. 16., by the Harbour Commissioners.

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Per Ton.

Per Ton.
Ancherage Ducs.

d.
Vessels under 20 tons register
0 1 0 Vessels 200 and upwards

- 070 20) to 40

Pilotage, 1.dar register ton. 40 to 60

0 2 0 Plank ge: -- Vessels under 100 tons, is; vessels 100 tons and 60 ta so

0 2 6

upwards, 25. 80 and under 100 tons

0 30 No charge for ballast, except carting, about 4d. 14) 150)

0 4 0 No charge for local lights. 130 200

. 0 5 0 BELFAST.

Tonnage For every ton of the burthen of every vessel coming into the harbour of Belfast, except through stress of weather, 14.

Pilotage.

Vessels not having

Vessels not
British Kristers,

Vessels with British Steamers trading to
arriving from or
Registers arriving

or from a Port in
Sailing on a Foreign from or Sailing on

the United King V

a Foreign Voyage. oyage.

dom.

Vessels being

Steamers.

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For all vessels carrying merchandize or

d. passervers, coming from ea inte (armoyle, or to the quay, and going from the quay to Garingsle, or to the sea : 15 tons and under 20 tons

0 8 0 20

010 0 40

0 16 0

1 0 0 50

0 60 70

1$ 0 70 80

1 12 0 S 90

1 16 0 90

2 0 0 100 110

0 110 120

0 1 20 1.4

2 12 0 1.90 140

2 16 0 110 1.50

3 0 0 1.50 160

3 40 160 175

3 8 0 175 200

3 120 200 225

3 16 0 225

4 0 0 200 275

4 4 0 27

300) 300 32.5

4 12

0 325

4 16 0 37.)

5 0 0 375 400

5 8 0 400 and upwards

6 0 0
Pilotage.

£ 8. d.
Outside the Black Head, or outside the buoy of the
Brig, to the Whiteliuse Roads :
Vessels of 20 tons and upwards

2 2 0
above 100 and under 200 tons

111 6 not exceeding 100 tons

1 0 0 Outside the Grey Point, or outside Kilnot Point, to the Whitehouse Roads : Vessels of 200 tons and upwards

1 1 0 abore 11 and under 200 tons

0 13 0 not ex/eeling 10 tons

. 0 10 0
These charges are for out-pilots, stationed by the
corporation at Groomsport, Donaghadee, Carrich fer-
gus, and Talind Magee, for the accommodation of
stringers to the port, but it is optional with the
masters of vessels to employ them or not.

Mạng 42tu.
At Garmoyle, ressels unter 200 tong, per week 0 10 0
At Garmisle, vessels 20 apd not excreting 300
tons, per week -

1 0 0 At Garnople, vessels 300 tons and upward., W week 0 15 0 At the qys, per ton

0 0 1 In the oid channel, pet ton

0 0 1 Suund Ball.ssl. For every ton delivered al any place between the

BENWICK.

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Pool of Garmoyle and Belfast Bridge.

0 1
For every ton delivered in the l'ool of Garmoyle, or
below it towards the sea

0 2 0
Foreign vessels to le charged one-third part more.
For every ton delivered to any vessel at the ballast
wharf

0 1
Syone Ballast.
Common stone ballist, per ton

0 2 6
Small sea stone for cotton vesels, per ton
An extra charge of 6d. per ton if sent from the quays
to Garmoyle.

Quryage al the Corporation Qudys.
On vessels from foreign ports, per ton

0 5
On vessels vastas, perton

0 U 3 On all vessels loading outwards, per ton.

0 0 3 Oa lighters loading or discharging, escla

7 0 Vessels discharging from one to the other pay half masagr.

Vessels are charged half quayane when loaded to the bans
only; if alose the beams, whole quay ce.

Steamers to pay per special agreement.
Local lights or beacons. No charge.
Note. – Foreign vessels belonging to countries haring treating
of reciprocity with treat Britain are charge with the like
rates as are paid by British vessels to this corporation,

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Vessels in the Vessels in the
Coasting

Porrim
Vessels taking

Trade.

Trade.
Refuge in the Vessels de
Harbour only livering Car.

Delivering Cergnes in
goes in Whole
or ju Part.

Whole or in l'art.

Description of Dues and Charges.

Ver Ton on
departing-

Per Ton on
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Per Ton on
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Harbour Mues. Every vessel trading between Berwick and any place between Sunderland, including that port and Fifeness

12. Dit between the lumber and Arkaden

1 d. Thitto between the North Foreland and Shetland

2. Ditto any other place in Great Britain, crany place in Ireland

3d. Ditto any place on the coast of Europe between Dunkirk and

Sal. the North Cape Ditto any place in the Baltic Ser, or on the coast of Europe be

34. tween Dunkirk and the Straits of Gibraltar. Ditto any place in the Whiteca, it in the Mediterranean fea,

4. the West Indi, America, Greenland, or any other foreign port or place not before mentioned For every stei coming into the harbour for shelter, laden and

not breaking bulk, Ditto, in ballast and departing in ballast

Foreign vessels pay double the above rates and duties. For every ship or vessel coming into the harbour, orer and

36. 4d. per ship.
alore rates and duties.
Local lights and beacons

British Foreign
Vessels,

Vessels.
T'ilotare. In summet, vir. from April 1. to October 1.

1.4d. 16.11. In winter ; viz. froin Oktober 1.00 Anil 1.

18. 6d.
Zs. 3d.

per foot draught of water. For each tide's work within the barlour

78. 64. These rates are payable on bringing a vessel into the harbour, and over again on taking her out. Anchorage: Every vessel anchoring within the manor of Tweed

4d. per ship inruth and Spittal. Hallansi. Inwardly, whether landet or shifted into another vessel

1s, per ton of hallast. Ourwards, whether taken out of any other resel or from the

4d. per ton of ballast. quy or shore.

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RROULATION AND RATES OF T 11.org. All vessels navigating up, down, or upon the British Chan. net, to the E. of Lundy Lland, except coasting ve sis and Irish tradets, shall be puoted, and navigated by pilots, duly authorised and licensed by the mayor, the burgeses, and com. monalty of the city of Pristol, and the master, owner, or owners of every pract which shall be navigated in the limits aforesaid, without a bcensed pilot, shall fupfeit double the suna that would have been demandable, for the pilotage of such vessel, together with 5l. for every 50 tons burthen of such vessel

It shall be lawful for any licensed pilot to supersede any person not licen exi as a pilot, in the charge of any vessel within the limits aforesaid; and every master who shall continue any person not licensed, after any licensed pilot has off-red to take charge of such vessel; and every personi assuming, or conuinuing in, the charge of any such vessel, without being diny licensed, after any other licensed pilot has offered to take charge thereof, shall, respectively, forfet for every such of fence, a sum not exceeding 14.

For rates of pilotage from Landy Island to Kingroad, &c., see art. Bristol, P. 527.

For each an employed on board, or for hauling or towing any vessel, and mooring or unmooring, from Bathurst or Cuin. beiland Basin, to lungroad lill, and Broad Iul, and from either of those places to Cumberland or Bathurst Basin, the pilot shall receive and be entitled to 18. 9d. per man; or from Bathurst or Cumberland Basin to Kingroad and Portshead, or either of them, or from either of the places to Camerland r Bathurst Basin, Ise sha'l receive 38. 9d. per man, and no more. When the pilot remains on board a viminel, le shall be entitled to 58. per day, and the man t 39. per day.

And the plot shall be entitled to and shall receive for cach tox-boat and saxl employed in towing of assisting, mooring and unmooniaux any vesse for l'ortsheal, Kindrond, Hong road, or Broad Pui, into ('umberian or Bathursi Basin, and out of Cumberland or Bathurst Basin to Portshead, kingroad, Hungroad, or Broad Pill, the sums following, viz. for a tow. boat, 66.; for a yawl. 3s.

And he shall receive for every boat used in towing, unmoor. ing and mooring any słup or vessel from either of the followin places, to any part of such places, viz. - Portsheat, Kingroad, Pill, or Hungroad, or for unmooring, new berthing, and alain mooring any ship or vessel in e.ther of the said last mentioned places, the sumns following, viz. for every yawl, 23. Od.

And every man who shall be engaged, or be discharged at Hungroad or lul, without being employed to assist in meor. ing or unmooning, shall be entitled to, for his fee or wyges, 48. 9d.; and the pilot shall be entitled, for the loats not eniployed in so muor ng sie unmooring, for a tow-boat, 48.; and for a yawl, 23. 5d., and no more.

The pilot of all ressels abore 300 tons shall be allowed for an assistant pilot in the river pilotage, the sum of 104. - such an assistant bring a licenseui pilot; in default whereof, only 5s. Od. shall be paid for such assistant.

'There shall be allowed for each horse used in towing any ship or vessel, a sum not exceeding 68., and to the driver, 18.

BRISTOL Dock RATRS AND DUES ON SHIPPINO ENTERINO THE PONT

OF BRISTOI, THOSE LEAVING THE SAME BEING TRX OY ALL Porr CHARGES.

Dock Duce.
For every Fessel trading from Africa, Honduras, £ 4. d.

Surinam, and other ports in South America, the
U. States of America, the East and West Indies,
all the ports within the Stra'ts of Gibraltar, the
Houthern Whale Fishery, the British Colonies,
Portugal, Prosin, Russia, Spain, without the
Straits, and Sweden, per ton

0 1 0 Por every vessel trading from Flanders, Franop, without the Surants, (germany, Guernsey, Holland,

Jersev, Vorsay, Poland, and Zealand, per ton 0 0 6 For enery se sel trading from Ireland, the Isle of

Man, Scotland, or as a coaster, not including vesseis froer Cardiff, Newport, and other ports to the erst ward of the Holms, per ton

0 Por every vessel froin Cardiit, Newport, or any other

port to the eastward of the Helms (not ling vessels one third part of the lading of which shall consist of coal, srofl, iron, ein, tin plates, kain, copper, bricks, s'one, coal, tar, slate, bark, limber,

or wood) is follows: If soch peke shall be under 40 tons burthen, for ench voyage

.0 7 6 If such veel shall be 10 tons burthen, and under 3 tons, foreach voyage

0 12 6 If such vessel te 75 tons burthen, and under 100 tons, for each are

.0 16 0 If such vessels shall be 100 tons burtben or upwards, for each yoyage

1 1 0 For etery vessel from Cardiit, Newport, or any other port to the eastward of the Holms, one third part of the lading of which shall consist of coal, Krofl, iron, tin, tin plates, grain, copper, hriks, stone, coal, tar, slate, bark, timber, or wood, as

follows: If such vessel shall not exceed 75 tons burthen, for each tovage

0 5 0 If such vervet shall exceed 75 tons burthen, for each voyage

.0 6 N.B. - There are no dock rates or other port charges pay. able on vessels leaving the port of Bristol. And a vessel having once paid the dock dues on entering the port may remain for an indetinite period in the floating harbour without any further charge. Anchorage an! Maorage chargeable only on Vassds coming from Porta to the westward of the Holms.

Anchorage and Mourage.

d. All casting ressels, from ports to the westward

of the Holms, not exceeding 40 tons burthen,
cach voy are

0 Dills, at and above 40 tons, ditto :

Anchorage Moorage each.

per ton, All other vessels, not being coasters, under 30 tons

2 6 0 04 above 50 and under 100 tons 5 0 above 100 tons

0 Navar't Dress payable only by Vessels coming from Places westsard of the Holms lu the l'ort of Bristol, and peyable by such Vessels tot more than Three Times within the space of Twelve Calendar Monthe.

39 voyage. 60 tons and under 100 tons, each vessel

50
150

10 0
150
200

15 0
200
250

30 0
230
and upwards -

40 0 Quay Warden's Fees.

1. d. Vessels above 60 tons.

5 0 under

2 Boat trax, or barge Whether from eastward or westward of Holms.

The dorks and quays in Bristol are pot enclosed. The ware. hours, whether bonded or otherwise, are all private property, they are for the most part close to the quays, and are all easy of access.

If under 100 tons reg. burthen

0 1 0 If 10) tons and under 200

• O 2 0 If 200 and upwards

0 3 0 And that such sums shall be added to the pilotage note and paid therewith by the master and commander, merchant or owner of such ship or vessel.

In case any ship or vessel sball be in distress, either in the outward or homeward bound voyage, and any pilot or men shall run an imminent risk or hazard in going to the relief of such ship or vessel, the pilots or men assisting shall have reasonable satisfaction for the assistance so giren, according to such assistance, and the risk and hazard run; and in case of a difference of opinion as to the amount of such sacsfaction, the Same to be ascertained by two of her Majesty's Justices of the Peace, acting for the city and county of Bristol

If any licensed plot shall proceed with any ship or vessel as far as Minchead, Combe, or Lundy Island, and shall be forced by stress of weather to return to Kingroad or Portshead, he shall be allowed one third part of the channel pilotage, according to the distance such vessel may hare reached before she shall have put back.

Each pilot shall, within two days after his retum from a voyage to the westward, return to the Haven Master the nuin. ber of the skiff eo returned from the westward, the time of her sailing, the time of her return, the distance whe has been, and the names of the persons employed in navigating her, and all the material particulars of the royage; and each pilot who shall neglect to make such return, or shall make a false return, shall for each offence, forfeit and pay any sum not exceeding 404.

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On all vessels anchoring in Cowes Roads; vit. the sum of | From the outward Låmits of Cork Harbour iusto Core, Passage, 4s.6d. per vessel, on all foreign vessels; and the sum of la. an

and Cork ; per vessel.
all British vesels; pavable to the gunner of Cowes castle.
Ballast. - There are no regular charges for ballast within

Cove.
Passage.

Cort. this prort, each captain of a vesel employing whoin he may choose, and paying such price as they may agree for.

£ 6. d. £ 8. d. £ . d. CORK

British vessels Tonnage:

0 Under so tons

6 8. d.

O

0 0 8 0 0 12 On every vessel reporting at custom-house, except

80 to 120) -

08 0 0 10 0 0 16 coasters and colliers

120 to 160) 0

0 10 0 0 15 0 1 0 - Per ton 0

3 Colliers

0 0
160 to 220

012 0 0 17 0 1 0

2 Vessels from any port in Ireland

0 0
220 to .300

1 0 0,1 10 0
1
30) to 400

1 10 0 2 0 0 Ballast:

400 and upwards, ditto 1 15 0, 2 5 0 Other than limestone

0 1 0 Coasters and colliers Limestone

0 1 6
Under $0 tons

0 5 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 For every ton of ballast taken from any vessel, if by

80 to 120

0 6 0 0 8 0 0 12 0 0 0 1

120 and upwards, ditto - 0 8 0 0 10 0 0 15 O Otherwise :

0 0 4 One-fourth alltional in winter months, and one-fourth Anchorage --On vessels calling for orders or refuge 0 0 1

additional on Vessels not British registered. Pilotage. - During summer months, British vessels outside The whole of the foregoing charges are lessed by the Cork the limits of Cork Harbour, by special agreeinent.

Harbour Commissioners, established by local act l Geo. 4. c. 5%.
COLCHESTER.
Channel Dues on all l'essels, whether

Pilotage Charges.
Ballast Charges.

Observations. in the Coasting or Foreign Trade.

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Vessels belonging to the port, under 50 16.61. per foot from East From 1s. to 18. 3d. per ton, the charge on Textels

tons, charger 1d. per lon; above 50 Ness to l'vefleet, and 18. according to the descrip taking rifuge in the bar tons, ed. per ton.

per foot from Pyetleet tion of ballast required; bour is is. per vel for Ves -Is not frelonging to the port, under into the harbour, col collected by consent, anchorage, and collected

50 tons, 3 d. per ton; above 50 tons, lected under the autho being private property. by prescriptive right. 5 d. per ton.

rity of the Trinity Board. Vessels with coal, culm, and cinders,

6d. per ton on the quantity delivered,

by the act 51 Geo. 3., Sept. 1811. DARTMOITX.

Harbour-master's fee, by prescription, 38, per vessel.
Dws and Charges levied by Corporation of Dartmouth under

British Vessels.
Lease from Duchy of Cornwall.

d.

Dover harbour duty, per act 9 Geo. 4. c.31., 3d. per ton. On vessels going upon the ground

0 1 0

Ramsgate harbour duty, per acts 34 Geo, 3. c. 74., and 55 On vessels anchoring

0 06

Geo. 3. (1815), payable in respect of vessels which have paved By prexription :

that port on their voyage, viz. f 20 tons and not exceeding 300 On vessels grasing their bottoms

0 6 On vessels going alongside the quays

tons, ed. per ton.
:
. 01 0

Ditto, exceeding 300 tons, fd. per ton.
By consent
On vessels passing the Castle

0 06 Light Dues, payable for such Lights as have been passed on the

Voyage.
Dues and Charges levied by Corporation of Dartmouth under
Lease from Duchy of Cornwall.

d.

Water-bailiff's fee, by prescription, 6d. per vessel.

Harbour-master's fee, hy prescription, 18. per vessel. On all vessels taking in ballast, per ton

0 0 23

Coasting Vessels, when not laden n-ith Coals or Store Dues and charges levied under Act 6 Geo. 4. c. 125.

Dorer harbour duty, per act 9 Geo. 1. c. 31., payable once Pilotage.-- All ships, If boarded without the run of the only during the year, 3d, per ton. Newstorie East or the Blackstone West, are to pay as follows, Ramsgate harbour duty, per acts 32 Geo. 3. c. 74., and AS

s. d Geo. 3. (1815), payable once only during the year, 2d. per ton. Drawing 10 feet water and under, per foot • 0 2 6

Coasting Vessels, when ladent with Coals or Stone. 10 to 12 feet

• 0 3 0 12 to 14 feet

• 0 3 6

Dover harbour duty on coals, 14d. per chaldron.

Ditto 14 to 16 feet

• 0 4 0

on stone, 1 d. per ton. 16 feet and upwards

0 5 0

Ramsgate harbour duty on coals, 1d. per chaldron.
Ditto

on stone, ld. per ton.
All ships, if boarded within that line, are to pay # part less.
All ships ardel within the Castle are to pay only pilotage. Light Dues, payable for such lights as have been passed on the
In carrying ships out of the harbour, the pilotage is to be in

Voyage. all cases less than the inward pilotage.

Water-bailiff's fee, hy prescription, 6d. per vessel.

Harbour-master's fee, diy prescription, 1:. per sensel. Dover.

Vessels taking refuge in the harbour onis are liable to the Charges on Vessels when delivering Cargoes in whole or in part. above-mentioner charges, except light dues, anul except also Foreign Vessels.

Dover harbour duty when in ballast. Dover harbour duty, per act 9 Geo. 4. c. 31., 31. per ton.

Charges for Pilotage, per Ad 6 Geo. 1. c. 125. Ramsgate harbour duty, per acts 32 Geo3. c. 17., and 55

Per foot drauxht of water, in, 58. Gen. 3. (1813), payable in respect of vessels which have passed

Ditto

ont, 54. that port on their voyages, viz. veisels privileged as British, if Vessels are not compelled to employ pilnts. 20 tons, and not exceeiling 300 ton», 2d.

Charge for hallast, per charter under the Lord Warden and Ditto, exceeding 3), 1d. p*r ton.

Assistants of Dover harhour, 1s. 3d. per ton. On vessels not privileged as British, if 20 tons and not ex N. B. - Vessels belonging to lover are exempt from water ceeding 300 tons, td, put ton.

bailith' and harbour-master's fees. Vessels belonging to the Ditto, exceeding 300 tons, 1d. per ton.

following ports are exempt from Dover harbour dues, and

water-bulltr's and barbour master's fees; viz. Great YarLight Dues, payable for such Lights as have been passed on the

mouth, Ramsgate, Sandwich, Weymouch, and Melcombe Voyage.

Regis, Lyme Regis, and Arundel. And yes sels blunging to Barque money, to fund for cast-away seamen, by prescrip Dover, Wesmouth, Melcombe Regis, Linue Regis, Great tion, 14. par vesel.

Yarmouth, and Arundel, are exempt from Ramsgate Harbour Water-bailil's fee, by prescription, l.. per vessel.

dues. DUNLEX.

per ton.

Nature of the Dues

and Charges.

Date.

Particulars and Rates of the several Charges In what man-
and Dues.

Der charged.

Amount.

City dues

£ $. d.

very old.

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Corporation cannot
trace the date, but On every vessel arriving with cargo

Anchoraxe

Shippage
On every vessel, If under 40 tons register

Anchorage
On vessels with coals

Anchorage

Shippage
Lord Muyor

21. gid.
Water hailiffs

58. 6 d.
With coals under 40 tons; anchorage
In addition to the above charges, on each

vessel, once in every year, for chapter and
on all vessels with foreign cargo, whether
delivering in whole or in part

Invoice or report inwards
On burthen or tonnage
Ditto on vessels not privileged

Anchorage, &c.
Invoice or report outwards

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Harbour dues : Dunlears, now called

Kingstown.

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