Report from the Select Committee on Sugar Duties

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1862, sessional number 390. xiv and 403 pp. Minute of Appointment, Report, Proceedings of the Committee, List of Witnesses, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix, Analysis of Index and Index. Committee appointed May 1862 ‘to inquire into the operation of the present scale of Sugar Duties, with especial reference to their Assessment, upon a Classification according to the Quality of the Sugar’. The Chairman was Edward Cardwell. Evidence given by 44 witnesses including Sir Thomas Francis Fremantle, Chairman of the Board of Customs, Robert A. Ogilvie, Inspector General of the Customs in London, Archibald Travers, a partner in the firm of Joseph Travers and Sons of London, wholesale grocers, Henry Nelson, a partner in the firm of Crawford, Colvin and Co., East India Agents and Merchants and importers of East India sugar, James Alexander Guthrie, a Director of the Bank of England and a partner in the firm of Messrs Chalmers, Guthrie and Co. (importers of Mauritius sugar), L. Gustave Adam of Mauritius, merchant and sugar grower, John Binny Key, a member of the Madras (India) firm of Binny and Company, sugar manufacturers, Leon Arnaud of Mauritius, sugar planter, John Mackenzie of Madras (evidence re sugar works), John A. Arbuthnot, a partner in the firm of Arbuthnot, Latham and Co., East Indies sugar importers, Crawford Davison Kerr, owner of a large estate in Demerara, Thomas Sanden Godman Kirkpatrick of London, sugar refiner, Henry Taylor of Mincing Lane [City of London], colonial broker dealing in sugar, John Davis, Chairman of the Committee of London Refiners, engaged in the manufacture and refining of sugar for more than 40 years, John Farrie of London, sugar refiner, Augustus William Gadesden of London, sugar refiner, Alfred Fryer of Manchester, sugar refiner, David Richardson of Glasgow, sugar refiner, Francis Reid, a member of the Liverpool firm of Francis Reid and Co., sugar brokers, Duncan Macdonald of British Guiana, estate owner and manager and sugar grower, William Rennie, a partner in the firm of Cavan, Lubbock and Co., sugar growers in Barbadoes, British Guiana, Trinidad, St. Vincent, Granada, St. Lucia, St. Kitts and Jamaica, Thomas Porter of British Guiana, sugar grower, George Henry Chambers representing the firms of Thomas Daniel and Co. in London and Thomas Daniel and Son in Bristol, importers of sugar from West Indies, and Frederick St. John, Surveyor General of the Customs. Chief topics and places investigated and reported upon include customs assessment, colonial manufacture, consumers, consumption, Demerara, East Indies, grocery sugars, low sugars, Madras, India, Mauritius, Muscovado sugars, quality, raw sugar, refined sugar, refiners, refining in bond, revenue, scale of duties, supply, Vacuum-pan sugar, West Indies, colonial manufacture, Jaggery sugar, Khaur sugar, loss or waste on voyage, lump sugar, price, saccharine, slave-grown sugar (Cuba), etc. Folio. Good condition. Rebound in blue buckram boards with gold titling. N° de ref. de la librería

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Descripción 1862, sessional number 390. xiv and 403 pp. Minute of Appointment, Report, Proceedings of the Committee, List of Witnesses, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix, Analysis of Index and Index. Committee appointed May 1862 ‘to inquire into the operation of the present scale of Sugar Duties, with especial reference to their Assessment, upon a Classification according to the Quality of the Sugar’. The Chairman was Edward Cardwell. Evidence given by 44 witnesses including Sir Thomas Francis Fremantle, Chairman of the Board of Customs, Robert A. Ogilvie, Inspector General of the Customs in London, Archibald Travers, a partner in the firm of Joseph Travers and Sons of London, wholesale grocers, Henry Nelson, a partner in the firm of Crawford, Colvin and Co., East India Agents and Merchants and importers of East India sugar, James Alexander Guthrie, a Director of the Bank of England and a partner in the firm of Messrs Chalmers, Guthrie and Co. (importers of Mauritius sugar), L. Gustave Adam of Mauritius, merchant and sugar grower, John Binny Key, a member of the Madras (India) firm of Binny and Company, sugar manufacturers, Leon Arnaud of Mauritius, sugar planter, John Mackenzie of Madras (evidence re sugar works), John A. Arbuthnot, a partner in the firm of Arbuthnot, Latham and Co., East Indies sugar importers, Crawford Davison Kerr, owner of a large estate in Demerara, Thomas Sanden Godman Kirkpatrick of London, sugar refiner, Henry Taylor of Mincing Lane [City of London], colonial broker dealing in sugar, John Davis, Chairman of the Committee of London Refiners, engaged in the manufacture and refining of sugar for more than 40 years, John Farrie of London, sugar refiner, Augustus William Gadesden of London, sugar refiner, Alfred Fryer of Manchester, sugar refiner, David Richardson of Glasgow, sugar refiner, Francis Reid, a member of the Liverpool firm of Francis Reid and Co., sugar brokers, Duncan Macdonald of British Guiana, estate owner and manager and sugar grower, William Rennie, a partner in the firm of Cavan, Lubbock and Co., sugar growers in Barbadoes, British Guiana, Trinidad, St. Vincent, Granada, St. Lucia, St. Kitts and Jamaica, Thomas Porter of British Guiana, sugar grower, George Henry Chambers representing the firms of Thomas Daniel and Co. in London and Thomas Daniel and Son in Bristol, importers of sugar from West Indies, and Frederick St. John, Surveyor General of the Customs. Chief topics and places investigated and reported upon include customs assessment, colonial manufacture, consumers, consumption, Demerara, East Indies, grocery sugars, low sugars, Madras, India, Mauritius, Muscovado sugars, quality, raw sugar, refined sugar, refiners, refining in bond, revenue, scale of duties, supply, Vacuum-pan sugar, West Indies, colonial manufacture, Jaggery sugar, Khaur sugar, loss or waste on voyage, lump sugar, price, saccharine, slave-grown sugar (Cuba), etc. Folio. Good condition. Rebound in blue buckram boards with gold titling. Nº de ref. de la librería 118233

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