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ACT Allowing the Importation of Irish Meal and Oats.

THe Lords of His Majesties Privy Council, being Informed that the Prices of Meal and Oats in the Westren Shires of this King­dom, does still continue above the Rates set down in the Act of Parliament One Thousand Six Hundred & Seventy Two: Do therefore according to the Power given to them by the foresaid Act; allow the Importation of Meal and Oats; (but of no other Grain) from Ireland, to any Port or part betwixt the Mouth of Annand, and the Head of Kintyre, and that un­til the Fifteen Day of Aprile next to come: And there­fore. Do hereby Suspend all Proclamations and Com­missions made for Restraining the said Importation during the said Time and Space of Permission, but pre­judice always to the Prohibition contained in the fore­said Act, after the said Fifteen Day of Aprile next inclusive; And likeways, as to all the other Ports and Parts of this Kingdom not hereby Priviledged, as if this allowance had not been Granted; And Ordains these Presents to be Published and Printed, Extracted by me.

GILB. ELIOT. Cls. Sti. Concilii.

Edinburgh, Printed by the Heirs and Successors of Andrew Anderson, Printer to His Most Excellent Majesty Anno Dom. 1696.

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