Custom House Records
Book of 'shipps reports inwards', 1685-1767

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John Hobson Matthews (editor)

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1900

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407-443

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'Custom House Records: Book of 'shipps reports inwards', 1685-1767', Cardiff Records: volume 2 (1900), pp. 407-443. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=48139 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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"A Booke for Masters of Shipps Reports Inwards Janry 1st 1685."

[Folio paper book bound in vellum; fair condition.]

Endorsed: "O. 1685—1767. I. do"; and on last cover: "Masters Reports Outwards."

[The earliest record book of the Customs Port of Cardiff, preserved at the Custom House there.]

Portus Cardiffe.
Aprill ye 27th 1686.

Jonathan Greenfeild Enters the Swallow of Cardiffe burd' 30tts mr & Compa Engl' ab St Martins Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares & Merchandise he tooke on Board at the Said Port of St Martins or Elswhere, Thirty wey of ffrench Salt . . .

One h'h'd of Brandy cont. Gallons.

Jonathan Greenfild Jr

Owners Names: Tho. Williams, Wm Thomas, John Archer. Id. md.

Portus Cardiffe.
Aprill ye 29th 1686.

Richard Cupitt Enters the Tredegar of Newport burd' 24tts mr Compa Engl' ab St Martins Reporteth and Maketh of the said Vessell, & all the Goods wares & Merchandise he tooke on board at the said port of St Martins or Elswhere,

one tonn of ffrench wine.

foure h'h'ds of brandy Cont.'

eleavenwey & halfe of ffrench Salt.

Richard Cupitt.

Owners Names: John Morgan Jd md.

Portus Cardiffe.
May ye 15th 1686:

Thomas Perry Enters the David of Swansey burd' 30tts mr& Compa English a Croiswicke Reporteth & Maketh of the said shipp or Vessell & all the Goods wares & Merchandise he tooke on board at the said port of Croiswicke or elswhere,

twenty fiue wey of ffrench salt.

signū Thomas × Perry.

Owners Names: David Hopkin, John Robbins, David Sim[m]ons, Hopkin Griffith, John Robbins md.

May ye 26th 1686.

Charles Voyle Enters the Owners Endeavour of Carlion burd' 30tts mr & Compa Engl' ab Avry Reporteth & Maketh of the said shipp & all the Goods wares & merchandise he tooke on board in the said [port] of Avry or Else where, Twenty wey of ffrench salt.

six h'h'ds of ffrench wine.

Charles Voyle.

Portus Cardiffe.
July ye 17th 1686.

Thomas Coppen Enters the Blessing of Margaret burd' tts mr& Compa English ab Rotterdam Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods ware & Merchandizes he tooke on board her in the said port of Rotterdam or elswhere one fatt of ffenegricke. (fn. 1)

six barrells of Vernish.

three barrells of Turpentine.

foure h'h'ds of Roach Allume.

Eleaven barrells of Whitlead.

two bailes of Madder.

Lamblake. (fn. 2)

Merchant Iron.

three hundred & fforty Iron potts & kettles.

Eighty eight bundles of Whalebone.

two ffulls of battery.

one Caske of Bridges thred. (fn. 3)

Ninty wenscoat boards.

one hund' stoopes.

towe.

two Chests of earthen wares.

two hund' & fforty Cast of Stone potts.

two Reeles of Cable yarne.

Rough Hemp.

Rough fflax.

Rosin.

Childrens toyes.

twine.

one Chest of Tiles.

one baskett of Nest of boxes.

one hogshead of Meltting potts qt 3000.

fiue barrells of Tinn.

six peeces of silesia Towelling

foure Anclors of Rhenish wine.

Thomas Coppen.

Portus Cardiffe.
July ye 20th 1686.

Israell Spencer Enters the Tallent of Swansey burd' 20tts Mr & Compa English ab Brest Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell And all the Goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid Port of Brest or Elswheare, sixteene wey of ffrench salt.

Israell Spencer.

Portus Cardiffe.
July ye 23d 1686:

John Hayes Enters the John of Ross burd' 12tts mr & Company English ab Croiswicke Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell and all the Goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the afforesaid port of Croiswicke or elswhere vizt

twelue wey of ffrench salt.

John Hayes.

Portus Cardiffe.
July ye 23d 1686.

Lawrence Hoare Enters the ffrancis of Wexford burd' 30tts Mr & Company English ab Wexford Reporteth & Maketh of the Vessell and all the Goods Wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the afforesaid Port of Wexford or elswhere, vizt

eight thousand h'h'd Staues.

eight thousand barrell Staues.

one thousand firkin Staues.

one thousand of headinge.

foure tonn of Irish Iron.

three hundred & eight yards of Irish ffreeze.

one hundred Goat skins in the haire.

two hundred sheepes pelts drest.

ten dozen of Calueskins drest.

fiue hundred sposkes.

Lau: Hoare.

August ye 12th 1686.

Patrick Cloak Enters the Mary of Wexford burd' 20tts Mr & Compa English ab Wexford Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessel & all the Goods Wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid Port of Wexford or elswhere.

three thousand barrells Staues.

Nine hundred of heading.

one hundred & eight yards of frise.

sixty empty barrells.

two tonn of Scauntlings.

one thousand firkin Staues.

Patrick Cloak.

August ye 14th 1686.

Richard Cupitt Enters the Tredegar of Newport burd' 20tts mr & Company English ab Hoare, Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods, Wares, & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the afforesaid port of Hoare or elswhere vizt

Twelue wey of ffrench salt.

Richard Cupitt.

Portus Cardiffe.
August ye 26th 1686:

Owen William Enters the David of Swansey burd' 30tts mr & Compa English ab Oleroon de Barges Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid port of Oleroone de Barges or elswhere vizt

thirty wey of ffrench salt.

signū Owen X Williams.

Portus Cardiffe.
ffebruary ye first 1686.

Richard Cupitt enters the Owners Endeavour of Carlion burd' 30tts Mr & Company English & English built & owners ab Aurey Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the afforesaid Port of Aurey or elswhere, Vizt

one tonn of ffrench wyne.

twenty-wey of ffrench salt

Richard Cupitt.

Portus Cardiffe.
May ye 3d 1687.

Rene Garino Enters the Margerett of Croiswicke burd' 18tts mr & Compe & Owners fforreigne, English built ab Croiswicke Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares & merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid Port of Croiswick or elswhere vzts.

two h'h'ds of ffrench wine vnfill'd.

one h'h'd of brandy Cont. 80 Gallons.

ffifteene wey of ffrench Salt

René gavino

Portus Cardiffe.
May ye 4th 1687.

Richard Cupitt Enters the Owners Endeavour of Carlion burd' 30tts mr & Compa English & English built & owners, ab Aurey Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods Wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid Port of Aurey or elswhere vizt

one tonn of ffrench wine Vnfilld.

twenty foure wey of ffrench Salt.

Richard Cupitt.

May ye 31th 1687.

Henry Ellis Enters the Adventure of Clewelly burd' 20tts English built & Owners, a Croiswicke Reporteth of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid port of Croiswicke or elswhere Vizt

sixteene wey of ffrench salt.

twenty hundred wyt of pitch.

Henrey Ellis.

[One page blank.]

Portus Cardiffe.
June the first 1687.

Richard Wood Enters the Recovery of Barnstable burd' 25tts English built & Owners Mr & Compa English a St Martins Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods Wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid Port of St Martins or Elswhere vizt

mrke No 1: to 4 : two Butts two h'h'ds of single Brandy Cont.

No 1: to 6: six h'h'ds of ffrench wine vnfilld.

eighteene wey of ffrench Salt.

Richard Wood.

Owners Names: Richd Wood and Griffith Jenkins.

June ye 4th 1687.

William Hopkin Enters the Wormes head of Neath burd' 22tts English built & Owners mr & Company English from St Martins Reporteth & Maketh of the Said Vessell, & all the Goods ware and Merchandises he tooke on board her in the afforesaid Port of St Martins or elswhere Vizt

twenty wey of ffrench Salt.

two h'h'ds of ffrench wine Vnfilld.

William Hopkins.

June ye 30th 1687.

William Shorney Enters the Adventure of Watchett burd' twenty fiue tts English built & owners mr & Company English, ab Croiswicke Reporteth & Maketh of the Said Vessell & all the Goods wares and Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid port of Croiswicke or Elswhere, vizt
twenty Six wey of ffrench salt.

two hundredwyt of pitch.

William Shorney.

July ye first 1687.

John Stevens Enters the Owners Adventure of Suansey burd' 30tts English built & Owners mr & Company English ab Croiswicke Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares and Merchandises he tooke on board in the Afforesaid port of Croiswicke or Elswhere Vizt

thirty wey of ffrench Salt.

signū
John IS Stephens.

July ye first 1687.

Israell spencer enters the Talent of Swansey burd' 30tts English built & Owners mr & Company English ab Croiswicke Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid port of Croiswicke or elswhere vizt thirty wey of ffrench Salt
Israell Spencer.

[One page left blank.]

Portus Cardiffe.
July ye 18th 1687.

Christopher Spencer Enters the Patience of Aberthaw burd' 24tts English built & owners mr & Company English a Croiswicke Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods Wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid Port of Croiswicke or elswhere vizt
twenty foure wey of ffrench salt.

Christopher Spencer.

Portus Cardiffe.
August ye 3d: 1687:

Jonathan Greenfeild Enters the Swallow of Newport burd' 20 tts English built & Owners mr & Company English a St Martins Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares &

Merchandises he tooke on board her in the afforesaid port of St Martins or elswhere vizt

twenty foure wey of ffrench salt.

one Chest Cont' 200 drinking Glasses.

Jonathan Greenefield.

Portus Cardiffe.
August ye 9th 1687.

Richard Cupitt Enters the Owners Endeavour of Carlion burd: 30tts English built & Owners, mr & Company English a Aurey Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares and Merchandisies he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid Port of Aurey or elswhere vizt

twenty six wey of ffrench salt.

Richard Cupitt.

Portus Cardiffe.
September ye 17th 1687.

James Pare Enters the sarah of Mynhead burd' 20tts English built & Owners, mr & Company English a Croiswicke Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods Wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the afforesaid port of Croiswicke or Elswhere vizt

twenty fiue wey of ffrench salt

Nyne hundred wyt of pitch.

fiue halfe peeces of Dowlas.

James Peares.

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Portus Cardiffe.
November ye 2d 1687.

George Robins Enters the Owners Endeavour of Swansey burd' 40tts English built & Owners mr & Compa English ab Ballehacke Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid Port of Ballehacke or elswhere vizt

thirty wey of ffrench salt.

Georg Rbins.

ownrs names: Michaell Beaven, Id. md.

Portus Cardiffe.
Janury ye 9th 1687.

Jonathan Greenfeild Enters the Tredegar of Newport burd' 20tts English built & Owners & Compa English ab St Martins Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid Port of or elswhere vizt

twenty wey of ffrench salt.

two tonn & halfe of ffrench wine Vnfilld.

Jonathan Greenefild.

Owners Names: Jon Morgan. mds ... Id ...

Portus Cardiffe.
Janu[a]ry ye 11th 1687.

John Spencer Enters the Dove of Aberthaw burd' 20tts Engl' built & Owners mr & Compa English ab Croiswicke Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the affores'd port of Croiswicke or elswhere vizt

twenty wey of ffrench salt.

Jon Spencer.

Owners Names: Tho. Andrews, Jon Spencer, Id. mds.

Portus Cardiffe.
Janury ye 19th 1687.

Mathew Harwood Enters the Patience of Aberthaw burd' 24tts Engl' Built & Owners mr & Company English ab Croiswicke Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the afforesaid port of Croiswicke or elswhere vizt

twenty two wey of ffrench salt.

eight hundred wyt of Rozin.

Matthew Harwood.

Owners Names: Tho. Andrews, Wm Spencer, Edw. Plaisteed, Id. mds.

[One page left blank.]

Portus Cardiffe.
Aprill ye 24th 1688:

Jonathan Greenfield Enters the Resolution of Cardiffe burd' 30tts English built & owners mr & Company English ab St. Martins Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the afforesaid Port of St Martins or elswhere vizt

twenty eight wey of ffrench Salt.

halfe a hund' of Norwary Deales.

Jonathan Greenefild.

Portus Cardiffe.
May ye 5th 1688.

Robert Dashwood Enters the Greyhound of Watchett burd' 20tts English built & Owners Mr & Company English a Croiswicke Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods Wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid Port of Croiswicke or elswhere Vizt

twenty two wey of ffrench salt.

Robert Dashwood.

Owners Names: Robt Dashwood. Id. mds.

Portus Cardiffe.
May ye 25th 1688.

Richard Cupitt enters the Owners Endeavour of Carlion burd' 30tts English built & Owners, Mr & Company English a Croisicke Reporteth & Maketh of all the Goods Wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her at the afforesaid Port of Croisicke, or elswhere Vizt

twenty ffoure wey of ffrench salt.

Richard Cupitt.

Portus Cardiffe.
July ye 30th: 1688.

William Hopkin Enters the ffrinds Aduenture of Neath burd' 25tts English built & Owners Mr & Company English a Vannes Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the Afforesaid port of Vannes or elswhere Vizt

twenty foure wey of ffrench salt.

Willm Hopkin.

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Portus Cardiffe.
July ye 17th 1688.

Jonathan Greenfeild Enters the Resolution of Cardiffe burd' 30tts English built & owners mr & Compa English Jonathan Greenfeild mr a St Martins Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares and Merchandises he tooke on board her in the afforesaid port of St Marins or elswhere vizt

twenty six wey of ffrench salt.

ffoure h'h'ds of brandy Cont' 323 Gallons.

Jonathan Greenefild.

Aprill ye 30th 1689.

John Hancoke—Enters the Patience of Bristoll burd' 30tts English built & Owners, mr & Company English Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the Goods wares & Merchandises he tooke on board her in the afforesaid port of or elswhere, vizt

sixtene tonn three h'h'ds of ffrench wine Vnfil'd.
ffiftene pipes of single Brandy qt Gallons.
sixtene hund' of Corke.

John Hancock.

May ye 6th 1689.

John Evens Enters the Hope of Lea burd' English built & owners mr & Compa English: John Evens mr a Burdeaux Reporteth & Maketh of the said Vessell & all the goods wares & Merchandises she tooke on board her in the Afforesaid port of Burdeaux or elswhere vizt

thirty three tonn of ffrench wine unfill'd.
fiue bundles of Corke qt 12c
twenty bailes of paper, qt
twenty Cakes of Rozin & pitch, qt

John Evens.

Portus Cardiffe.
November 24th 1698.

Henry Johnson Enters the obedience of & from Rotterdam burd' 100tts fforreigne built & owners mr & Compa: fforreigners Henry Johnson mr from Rotterdam Reporteth & maketh of the sd ship & all the goods wares and Marchantdises tooke on board her in the affore sd port of Rotterdam or Else where Vizt

Tenne Thousand Barrells Lamblake.

three thousand two hundred boxes Lamblake Computed 1500 Barrells.

two h'h'ds of Crusiples.

two Chests Earthen ware.

foure hundred & sixty Casts of Stone potts vncovered.

two hundred three quarters & foureteene pound Dutch hempe.

one box of boxes & Toyes.

three hundred oake boards.

one hundred sixty two old Caske broken & whole.

one small Empty Iron Chest.

one Tea Table.

Seaventy eight Tonne old Iron.

Eight Caskes broken Glass.

Heinderyck yansēRowland Lewis Enters .

[One page left blank.]

Portus Cardiffe.
ffebruary 1° 1698-9.

John Smith Enters the welcome of yarmouth burd' 50tts English built & owners master & Companie English John smith master from North bargan in Norway Reporteth & maketh of the said ship & all the goods wares & marchantdises she toke on board her in the affore said port of bargan or Else whare Vizt

Three thousand Deale boards.

one Last of Tarr.

John Smith.

ffebruary ye 17th 1698-9.

John Bartlemues Enters the St John of Rotterdam burd' 40 tons forreigne built & owners Mr & Company forreigners John Bartlemues mr from Rotterdam Reporteth & maketh of the said & all the goods wares and Merchandises he tooke on board her in the afforesaid port of Rotterdam or Else where vizt

twenty fiue tonn of old bushell Iron

seaven hundred & fifty Iron potts & Keetles.

three hundred cast Stone potts vncovered

one hundred & fifty Caske broken & whole.

one qrter of a hundred wyt of Onions seed.

one baskett of earthen ware of twelue dozen gally dishes.

Jan bartelemese.

Portus Cardiffe.
August 7th 1700.

Rowland Lewis Enters the Delight of Cardiffe burd' 40tts English built & owners Master &Compa: Eng' Rowland Lewis mr from Brehacke in Brittanie Reporteth & Maketh of the s'd vessell & all the goods wares & marchantdisses hee toke on board here in the affore s'd port of Brehacke or else where Viz. By order of The Honrble the Commrs of The 26th July last: To Alexr Trotter Esqr Collector.

Eighteene Barrells Tarr.

Rowland Lewis.

Porte of Cardiffe.
December 22d 1704.

John hampton Enters the Ship Durell Gally of Jersey fforreigne built (propriety English about 70tts as [per] Certificate Dated the 15th augt 1696 from London in the name of Sr John Shaw Barronet Made a free Ship) master & Compa: English & owners, John hampton master from Lisboarne Reporteth & maketh of the s'd Ship & all the goods wares & marchantdisses hee toke on board of her in the afore s'd port of Lisborne or else where Viz.

467 Chests of oranges & lemons qt 233617:

John Hamptone.

xber 1st 1716.

James Hudgson Enters the ship Delight of Lancaster Engl' Built & owners Burden'd 40 Tons himself mr from Dublin Reporteth & Maketh of the sd ship & all the goods wares & Merchantdizes he took on board of her In the Afforesd port of Dublin or Else where viz.

40 Tons of Soapers Waste.

Ia. Hodgson.

20th April 1719.

James Vincint Enters ye Shipp Larke of Bristoll Eng' Built & owners burd' 40tts himselfe Mr from Lisborne Reporteth & Maketh oath of ye said Shipp & all ye Goods wares & Marchantdizes hee toke on board of her in ye affore sd port of Lisborne Viz.

74 Pipes 26 h'h'ds one small Caske Lisborne wine.

3 halfe Chest oranges & Lemons.

200 frailes ffiggs

A bout 3 or 4 Tons Corke.

James Vincent.

James Vincent mr of ye Lark of Bristol further Maketh oath that he cant bring the Ship Lark of Bristol further up the River Cardiff with Safety then the place where She now lies.

Jurat' Coram Nobis

Lle. Traherne Collr

Jona. Grenefield Surveyr & D. Comptr

Cardiff.
June 8th 1719.

John Laparrell Enters ye Shipp Dispatch of Swanzey burd' 20tts Engl' Built And owners himselfe Master from Boardeauex Reporteth & maketh Oath of ye sd Shipp & all ye goods wares & Marchant Dizes hee toke on board of her in ye affore sd port of Boardeauex viz.

46 h'h'ds Boardeauex wine.

John Laperell.

Cardiffe.
30° March 1721.

Peter de La tour Enters the Ship Union of Bristol Burd' 30tts owners & Compa: Brit: himself mr from Oporto Reporteth & Maketh oath of the sd Ship & all the goods wares & Merchandizes he took on board her in the Port aforesd Viz.

35 Pipes Portugal Wine.

30 H'h'ds D° Wine.

2 Tons Cork.

Peter de latour.

Cardiff.
30th June 1722.

Thos Hamiltō Enters the Ship John & Mary of Leverpool burd' 30tts British Built & owners Mr & Compa: British from Oporto Reporteth & Maketh Oath of ye sd Ship & all ye Goods wares and Marchandizes hee toke on board her in the Port afore sd Viz.

43 Pipes Port Wine.

8 H'h'ds D° Wine.

1 Ton Cork.

5 sml Cask about 20 galls

Thos Hamilton.

Cardiff.
18° March 1722.

Wm Garland Enters the Ship Fame Sloop of Bristol Burd' 40tts Brit. built owners mr & Compa Brit: from Oporto Reporteth & maketh oath of the sd ship & all the goods wares & Merchandizes he took on board her in the Port aforesd Vizt

56 Pipes Port Wine.

15 H'h'ds D°

25c Cork.

63 sml Chests Lemons.

Wm Garland.

Cardiff.
7br 7th 1723.

John Wall Enters the ship Mary of Bristoll burd' 30tts Eng' Built & owners himselfe mr from Maligoe Reporteth & maketh Oath of the sd ship & all the Goods Wares & Marchantdiz hee toke on board of her in the affore sd port of Maligoe viz.

44 Buts 20 h'h'ds 12 Qvarters Caske 2 halfe D° wine.

500 Doz' wiskes 24 Bundles Canes.

John Wall.

Cardiff.
28° Novr 1723.

John Luce Enters the Ship Jon of Guernzey Burd' 12tts Britt. Built & owners himself mr from Bourdeaux Reporteth & Maketh oath of the sd Ship & all the goods wares & Merchandizes hee took on Board of her in the aforesd port of Bourdeaux Viz.

34 H'h'ds & 6 teirces ffrench Wine.

19 Bags Prunes Cont' 22c wt:

12 bags Chesnutts.

3 bags prunes more.

Jean Luce.

Cardiff.
20th January 1723/4.

By order of ye Honorble ye Commrs of His majestys Customs of ye 16th Inst' James Wise Enters the ship Prudence of Northam British built & owners himselfe Mr from Corke In Irland Reporteth & Maketh oath of the sd ship & all the Goods wares & Marchantdizes hee toke on board of her in ye aforesd port of Corke (being bound for france Coming in here wind droue & in want of Nessesaries to proced on his sd voyadge.)

30 h'h'ds Irish Tallow.

500 Raw Hides.

out of w[hi]ch he lands j H'h'd Tallow & sails with ye Rest for ffrance.

James Wise.

Cardiff.
25th Augt 1724.

Nandis Lewis Enters the Ship Bristoll Gally of Bristoll burd' 90tts British built & owners mr & Compa. British from oporto Reporteth & maketh oath of the s'd ship & all the Goods wares & marchantdices hee toke aboard her in the port afore sd viz.

197 pipes port wine.

11 h'h'ds D°

2 small Ca. D°

28c Corke.

Nandis Lewis.

Nandis Lewis mr of the Bristol Gally further Maketh oath that he can't Bring the sd Gally further up the River Cardiff, w[i]th Safety, then the place where she now Lies near Penarth.

Nandis Lewis.

Jurat: Coram Nobis.

Lle: Trahern Collr

Jona: Greenefield D. Comptr

Cardiff.
21° Aprill 1726.

Alexr Pickering Enters the Sloope Ann of Bristol burd' 30tts British built & owners mr & Company British from Cadize Reporteth & Maketh Oath of the sd Sloope & all the Goods wares & Marchantdices hee toke aboard her in the port affore sd (viz')

65 Butts Spa: Wine.

6 h'h'ds D°

13 small Caske D°

a bout a Tone & ½ Corke.

Alexr Pickering.

Alexr Pickering mr of the Ann Sloope further Maketh oath [struck out.]

Jurat: Coram Nobis.

Lle: Trahern Collr

Jona: Greenefield D. Comptr

8th Aprill 1727.

James Bush Enters the ship Margret of Bristoll burd' 30tts British Built & Owners mr & Compa: British from Maligo Reporteth & Maketh Oath of the sd Ship & all the Goods wares & marchantdizes hee toke a board her in the port affore sd Viz.

32 pipes Spa. wine.

4 Qvarter Ca: D°

250 Qvarter barrills Raisons.

450 Doz: wiskes.

Jas Bush.

James Bush mr of the Margt of Bristoll further Maketh Oath that hee Cant Bring the s'd vessell further vp the River of Cardiff w[i]th Saffty then the place where shee now Lyeth neare penarth.

Jas Bush.

Jurat. Coram Nobis.

Lle: Trahern Collr

Jona: Greenefield D. Comptr

4th May 1727.

Richard Try Enters the Ann Sloope of Bristoll burd' 30tts British built & owners mr & Compa. British from oporto Reporteth & Maketh Oath of ye sd sloope & all the Goods Wares & Marchantdizes hee toke on board her in the port affore Sd Viz.

54 Butts port wine

6 h'h'd D° wine.

Richard Try.

Rd Try mr of the Ann sloope of Bristoll further Maketh Oath that hee Cant Bring the sd sloope furthe vp the River of Cardiff w[i]th safty then the place where shee Now Lyeth neare penarth.

Richard Try.

Juratt. Coram Nobis.

Lle: Trahern Collr

Jona: Greenefie'd p' Comptr

Cardiff.
27 June 1727.

Wm wentworth Enters the ship Molly snow of Bristoll burd' 50tts British built & owners mr & Compa: British from Oporto Reporteth & Maketh Oath of the sd Ship & all the Goods wares & Marchantdizes hee toke a board of her in the port affore sd viz.

94 pipes port wine.

12 h'h'ds D°

83 bags Shomake.

3 Tons Corke.

4 Chests Lemons.

6 small Caske wine.

Wm Wentworth.

Wm wentworth further maketh oath that hee Cant bring the sd ship further vp the River Cardiff w[i]th safty then the place where shee Now Lyes Neare penarth.

Wm Wentworth.

Jurat. Coram Nobis.

Lle: Trahern Collr

Jona: Greenefield p' Comptr

28th June 1728.

Wm ffinch Enters the ship Plymouth Snow burd' 50tts British Built & owners mr & Compa. British from Maligo Reporteth & Maketh oath of the sd Ship & all the goods wares & marchantdizes hee toke a board of her in the port afore sd (viz)

78 Butts wine.

100 Bundles of Canes.

Wm ffinch further maketh oath that hee Cant Bring the sd ship further vp the River Cardiff w[i]th safty then the place where shee now Lys neare penarth.

Wm Finch.

Jurat. Coram Nobis.

Lle: Trahern Collr

Jona: Greenefield p' Comptr

Cardiff.
5th Septr 1730.

David Barren Enters the Pelican of London Burd' 40tts British Built, & owners mr & Compa. British from Malaga in Spain Reporteth & Maketh oath of the sd Ship & all ye goods wares & Merchandizes he took on Board of her in the Port aforesd Vizt

97 Buts Spa. Wine.

10 H'h'ds D°

9 ha. H'h'ds D°

1 H'h'd Lemon Juce.

1 ha. h'h'd D°

3 Teirces D°

6 Barrels of Almon Curnels.

5 Chests of Lemons.

David Barran.

David Barren further Maketh oath that he cant bring the sd ship further up the River Cardiff w[i]th safety then the Place where she now Lyes near Penarth.

David Barran.

Jurat Coram Nobis.

Lle: Traherne Collr

Geo: Watkins pr Comptr

Cardiff.
11° May 1731.

Robt Pear Enters the Molly snow of Bristol Burd' 50tts Britt: Built, & Owners Mr & Compa. Britt: from Oporto in Portugal Reporteth & Maketh Oath of the sd ship & all ye Goods Wares & Merchandizes he took on Board of Her in the Port aforesd Vizt

76 Pipes & 2 H'h'ds Port Wine.

92 quintals of Cork Cont' 4tts & 12c

Robt Peare.

Robt Pear further Maketh Oath that he can't bring the sd ship further up the River of Cardiff w[i]th safety then the Place where she now Lyes near Penarth.

Robt Peare.

Jurat: Coram Nobis.

Lle: Traherne Collr

Geo: Watkins pr Comptr

Cardiff.
1 Octr 1731.

Mathew Shough enters the ship Sarah Brigg of Bristol Burd' 55tts Britt. Built & Owners mr & Compa. Britt: from Malaga in Spain Reporteth & Maketh Oath of the said ship and all the goods & Merchandizes he took on Board her in the aforesd Port of Malaga Vizt

103 Pipes Spa. Wine.

12 Quar' Cas

15cwt Cork

Mattw Shough.

Mathew Shough further maketh Oath that he cant bring the sd ship further up w[i]th safety then the place where she now lies near Penarth.

Mattw Shough.

Jurat Coram nobis

Lle: Treherne Collr

Geo: Watkins pr Comptr

Cardiff.
20° Octr 1731.

Evan Anian enters the ship Eagle sloop of Liverpool Burd' 30tts Britt: Built & Owners & Compa. Britt. from Maderas Reporteth & Maketh Oath of the sd ship and all the goods Wares & Merchandizes he took on Board her in the aforesd Iseland Vizt

36 Pipes Madera Wine.

2 Quarter Cas

30 Baggs Shumack.

31 Chests Candyed Citrons.

1 Pipe & 1 Hogshead Beding.

6 Bundles Returd goods being Wooln drapry

Euan anyon.

Evan Anian further Maketh oath that he Can't bring the sd ship further up w[i]th safety then the place where she now lies near Penarth.

Euan anyon.

Jurat Coram nobis.

Lle: Traherne Collr

Geo: Watkins D. Comptr

Cardiff.
1 ffebry 1731.

Thomas Headding enters the ship ffavovrite snow of Lond: Burd' 50tts Britt: Built & owners mr & Compa. Britt: from the Canaries Reporteth & maketh Oath of the sd ship and all the goods & Merchandizes he took on Board her in the Canaries aforesd Vizt

70 Pipes & 12 H'h'ds Mamsey & Vidony Wines.

Thomas Headding.

Thos Headding further maketh oath that he can't bring the sd ffavovrite snow further up w[i]th Safety then the place where she now lies near Penarth.

Thomas Headding.

Jurat' Coram Nobis.

Lle: Traherne Collr

Geo: Watkins Comptr

Cardiff.
21° Decemr 1732.

the Ship Resolution Brigg of Bristol Burd' 60tts Britt. Built & owners mr & Compa. Britt. from Malaga in Spain Reporteth & Maketh oath of the sd ship and all the goods & Merchandizes he took on Board her in the aforesd Port of Malaga Vizt

51 Butts of Spa. Wine.

22 Quarter Butts D°

20 whole Barrls Raisins.

484 Quartr Barris

30 Jarrs D°

24 Chests Lemons.

600 Dozn Brooms.

24 bundles Reed Canes.

John Boon further Maketh oath that he can't bring the sd ship further up w[i]th Safety then the place where she Now lies near Penarth.

John Boon.

Jurat' Coram Nobis 21° Decemr 1732.

Lle: Traherne Collr

Will: Richards D. Compr

Cardiffe.
24th July 1750.

Abraham Ayres Enters the Ship Wilmington of St Ives Burd' 45tts Brittish Built & owners Masr & Company Brittish from Morlaix Reporteth and Maketh Oath of the said Ship and all the Goods and Merchandizes he tooke on Board her in the aforesaid Port of Morlaix Viz.

40 Tons Iron Oar.

Abram Ayres.

Abraham Ayres ffurther maketh Oath that the above Iron Oar doth not exceed Twenty Shillings p' Ton.

abram Ayres.

Abraham Ayres further maketh Oath that the above mentioned Iron Ore is of the growth and produce of the County of Lancaster.

Abra: Ayres.

Sworn before us the 24 July 1750.

Lle: Traherne Collr

Jn° Milward D. Compr

Abraham Ayres Masr of the Willmington of St Ives with Iron Ore from Morlaix in France and Edward Noble a Native of the County of Lancaster Maketh Oath that the Aforesaid Iron Ore that was landed out of the said Willmington at the Old Key at Cardiffe is of the growth and produce of the said County of Lancaster in the Kingdom of England.

Sworn at the Customhouse in Cardiffe the Eleventh Day of August Seventeen Hundred and fifty before us

Lle: Traherne. Abra. Ayres.

Jn° Milward. The mark of Edwd V Noble.

Cardiffe 7 Septr 1758.

John Stephens Enters the Ship Tanner of Woollaston Burd' 30tts Brit. Built & Owners mar & Company British from Drogheda in Ireland Reporteth and Maketh oath of the said Ship & all the Goods and Merchandizes he took on Board her in the aforesd port of Drogheda Vizt

50 Dozn Calve Skins raw.

John Stephens.

Sworn before us
Lle: Traherne Collr
Jn° Milward D. Compr

Cardiff 16 Feby 1761.

Wilfried Licester Enter the Ship Mars of & from Mary port Burd' 30tts Brittish built and owners Masr & Company Brittish Reporteth and Maketh Oath of the said Ship and all the goods and Merchandizes He took on Board her in the River Newport. [Struck out.]

Cardiff 12 feby 1765.

Daniel Tyler Enters the Ship Lark Burden Thirty five tons Brittish Built & Owners Master & C° Brittish from Dublin In Ireland Reporteth & maketh Oath of ye said ship & all the Goods & Merchandizes He took on Board her in the said Port of Dublin Viz.

30 Dozen of Raw Calve Skins.

100 Salt Hides.

The mark of
Danl T Tyler.

Sworn before us
Will. Richards pr Collr
Edwd Jones D. Comptr

[Turn to the other end of the book, the intermediate leaves being blank.]

Cardiff.
12th Aprill 1727.

William Wankling Enters the Brigg Sarah of Mynehead burd' 25tts British built & Owners Mr & Compa. British for Dubling in Irland Reporteth & maketh oath of all the Goods to bee Taken on board of her in this port.

12tts Oake Barke.

Wm Wankling.

Jurat that the True Value of the aboue Barke not Rated Doth not Exceed 50s. p' Ton here.

Lle: Trahern Collr

Jona: Greenefield p' Comptr

Cardiff.
17th May 1727.

Phillip Towers Enters the Sloope Success of Pile oftouther burd' 30tts Brittish Built & owners Mr & Compa. British for Dubling in Irland Reporteth & Maketh oath of all the Goods to bee Taken on board of her in this port.

17tts oake Barke.

Philip Towers.

Jurat that the True Vallue of the aboue Barke not Rated Doth not exceed 45s. p' Ton here.

Lle: Trahern Collr

Jona: Greenefield p' Comptr

Cardiff.
12th June 1727.

Samuell Towers Enters the Briggantin Providence of Lancaster burd' 40tts Brittish built & owners mr & Compa: British for Dubling in Irland Reporteth & Maketh Oath of all the Goods to bee taken on board of her in this port.

26tts Oake Barke.

Saml Towers.

Jurat that the True Value of the aboue barke not Rated Doth not Exceed here 50s p' Ton.

Lle: Trahern Collr

Jona: Greenefield p' Comptr

[This entry is exactly repeated on the 21st August.]

Cardiff.
21° April 1727.

Sam'l Morren Enters the Richd & Wm of Bridgewater Burd' 30tts Britt: Built & owners mr & Compa: Britt: for Dublin in Ireland Reporteth & maketh oath of all the goods & merchandizes to be taken on Board of her in this port Vizt

20tts oak Bark.

Samll Morren.

Jurat: that the true Value of the above Bark not rated in ye Book of Rates doth not Exceed sixty shillings p' Ton here.

Thomas Tanner.

Lle: Trahern Collr

Jona: Greenefield p' Comptr

Cardiff.
11th Aprill 1728.

Phillip Towers Enters the Success of Lancaster burd' 24tts British built & owners mr & Compa. British for Dubling in Irland Reporteth & Maketh Oath of all the goods & Merchant Dizes to bee Taken on Board of her in this Port viz'

15tts Oacke Barke.

Philip Towers.

Jurat that the True value of the aboue Barke not Rated in the Booke of Rates Doth not Exceed Sixty shillings p' Ton here.

Lle: Trahern Collr

Jona: Greenefield p' Comptr

Cardiff.
4th May 1728.

David Tanner Enters the Patience of Bridgwater burd' 30tts British built & owners mr & Compa. British for Dubling in Irland Reporteth & Maketh Oath of all the Goods to bee Taken on board of her in this port.

20tts Oacke Barke.

William Davies.

Jurat that the True Value of the aboue Barke not Rated Doth not Exceed here 50s. p' Ton.

signum DT David Tanner.

Lle: Trahern Collr

Jona: Greenefield p' Comptr

Cardiff.
July 29th 1728.

Christopher Kellet Enters the John & Mary of Chepstow burd' 30tts British Built & owners mr & Compa. British for Dubling in Irland Reporteth & Maketh Oath of all the Goods to bee taken on Board of her in this port.

Christopher Kellet.

20tts Oacke Barke.

Jurat that the True vallue of the a boue Barke not Rated Doth not Exceed here 55s. p' Ton.

Christopher Kellet.

Lle: Traherne Collr

Jona: Greenefield p' Comptlr

Cardiff.
Augt 29th 1728.

Thomas Priest Enters the Charming Sally of & for Dubling in Irland burd' 50tts British Built & Owners mr & Compa. British Reporteth & Maketh Oath of all the Goods to bee taken on Board of her in this port.

25tts Oacke Barke.

Thomas Priest.

Jurat that the true vallue of the aboue Barke not Rated Doth not Exceed here 40s. p' Ton.

Thomas Tanner.

Lle: Traherne Collr

Jona. Greenefield p' Comptlr

[Henceforth the Entries will here be condensed, unless reason shall appear for copying them fully.]

6 December 1728.

John, of & for Dublin, 40l., with 17l. Oak Bark; William Rankin master.

24 January 1728/9.

Hope, of Pilefourdre, 40t., with 25t. oak bark; Thomas Fish master; for Dublin.

25 June 1729.

Charming Sally, of and for Dublin, 50t., with 25t. oak bark and 3¼t. English walnut; Thomas Priest master.

23 January 1729/30.

The same, with 25t. oak bark for Dublin.

8 December 1730.

The same, with 30t. oak bark for Dublin, shipped by Thomas Tanner. George Watkins now signs as Deputy Comptroller.

23 May 1733.

Emerald, of and for Dublin, 30ts., with 33 barrels containing 4t. British beer, duty free, and 30 "ffleiches" British bacon, duty free. William Richards now signs as Deputy Comptroller.

6 June 1734.

Hopewell, of Upton, 45t., with 1599 bushels gall white salt and 20 dozen of bottled "Syder"" all duty free, for Waterford; Thomas Beek master.

15 August 1734.

Hannah, of Whitehaven, Samuel Druett master, 28t., with 12t. oak bark for Waterford.

17 June 1735.

George, of Chepstow, 35t., John Sayer master, for Waterford with 20t. oak bark.

26 July 1735.

Happy Return, of Chepstow, 30t., Henry Sturges master, for Waterford with 14t. oak bark.

23 September 1735.

Charming Sally, of and for Dublin, 30t., John Phillips master, with 30t. oak bark.

21 May 1736.

Diligence, of Pillfowdry, 30t., Robert Dodson master, for Dublin with 16t. bark.

5 June 1736.

Charming Sally, 30t., of and for Dublin, Thomas Priest master, with 30t. oak bark.

24 July 1736.

Hope, of Lancaster, 45t. Thomas Fish master, for Waterford, with 20t. oak bark.

9 October 1736.

Charming Sally, of and for Dublin, Thomas Priest master, with 28t. oak bark.

30 August 1737.

Benjamin, of Minehead, 40t., Thomas Chappell master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark.

15 March 1737/8.

Benjamin, of Aberthaw, 15t., Edward Walters master, for Waterford with 14 barrels cider and 2 hogsheads d° and 100 dozen of bottled cider.

18 September 1738.

Humility, of Pilefowdre, 40t., Thomas Spencer master, for Waterford with 25t. oak bark.

19 September 1738.

Vine, of Minehead, 40t., William Gregory master, for Waterford with 10t. oak bark shipped by Benjamin Hobhouse.

30 March 1742.

Tanner, of Chepstow, 30t., Henry Sturges master, for Dublin with 14t. oak bark.

15 May 1742.

The same, with 14t. oak bark and 2000 wood hoops.

4 June 1746.

Sea Flower, of Pileffoudry, 30t., John Muckolt master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark. [Cancelled.]

9 May 1740.

Mary, of Lancaster, 70t., Thomas Fish master, for Dublin with 40t. oak bark.

14 July 1740.

Fullbrook, of Barnstable, 60t., John Jones master, for Dublin with 25t. oak bark shipped by Thomas Greenwood.

22 August 1740.

Vine, of Minehead, 40t., William Gregory master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark.

24 May 1741.

Tanner, of Chepstow, 35t., Henry Sturges master, for Dublin with 14t. oak bark.

28 September 1741.

Vine, of Minehead, William Gregory master, for Waterford with 20t. oak bark.

30 April 1746.

Tanner, of Woolaston, 30t., Patrick Roe master, for Drogheda with 8 "Chalders" culm, London measure, and 15t. oak bark. John Milward now signs as Deputy Comptroller.

4 June 1746.

Sea Flower, of Pileffowdrey, 30t., John Muckle master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark.

23 April 1747.

Happy Return, of Chepstow, 25t., James Jones master, for Dublin with "300 Ash & Arl Poles Duty ffree."

30 May 1747.

Tanner, of Woolaster, 30t., Patrick Roe master, for Drogheda with 14t. oak bark.

21 July 1747.

Happy Return, of Newport, 25t., John Jones master, for Dublin with 8t. oak bark and 60 oak planks.

28 July 1747.

Charming Molly, of Milford, 30t., Bernard Gwyther master, for Drogheda with 15t. oak bark, damaged.

5 March 1747.

Margaret Ellen, of Pile Fowdrey, 25t., William Fell master, for Cork with 7t. oak plank and timber, 3t. ash, and 3t. oak bark.

13 October 1748.

Maidenhead, of and for Bally Castle, 40t., Patrick Magawly master, with 30t. oak timber.

13 May 1749.

Providence, of Pile ffowdrey, 35t., James Gibson master, for Dublin with 18t. oak bark.

25 July 1749.

Maidenhead, of and for Ballycastle, Patrick Magawly master, with 30t. oak and elm timber and 5t. oak bark.

10 August 1753.

Nancy, brig, of and for St. Christopher's, 80t., James Marshall master, with 20 horses and mares, and 240 bushels oats.

31 August 1753.

Severn, of Chepstow, 40t., Warren Sayes master, for Dublin with 30t. oak bark.

17 October 1753.

Tanner, of Woollaston, 30t., Thomas Stephens master, for Cork with 10t. oak bark.

3 May 1754.

Wise, of Chepstow, 35t., William Seyes master, for Dublin with 14t. oak bark.

26 September 1755.

Hopewell, of Newport, 30t., William Andrews master, for Newry with 6t. pit coal (duty 8d. p'ton), 15 Tonks oak bark, 200 bundles Rhyne hoops, and 45 cheeses yts 4cwt. duty free.

1 October 1756.

Jane and Mary, of Chepstow, 35t., Thomas Packer master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark and 15cwt. cheese.

30 November 1756.

Jane and Mary, of Chepstow, 35t., Thomas Packer, master, for Dublin with 15t. oak bark and 30 bundles smart hoops.

28 February 1757.

Providence, of Lancaster, 40t., William Hobson master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark, 1t. English steel in bars (value £20 per ton), 40 bundles smart hoops, and 40 gallons cider in bottles.

4 April 1757.

Jane and Mary, of Chepstow, 36t., Thomas Adams master, for Dublin with 14t. oak bark.

25 June 1757.

The like, with 20t. oak bark.

28 July 1757.

The like, with 20t. oak bark.

24 August 1757.

Diligence, of Pilefowdry, 40t., James Pennington master, for Dublin with 15t. oak bark.

14 October 1757.

Windsor, of Swanzey, 30t., James Bagnell master, for Cork with 16t. oak bark.

22 October 1757.

Jane and Mary, of Chepstow, 36t., Thomas Adams master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark.

12 December 1757.

Betsy, of Newport, 30t., Robert Gadd master, for Kingsale with 14t. oak bark.

12 May 1758.

Hopewell, of Pile Fowdry, 30t., James Fell master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark.

17 May 1758.

Tryton, of Mary Port, 45t., Joshua White master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark and 2 hogsheads cider.

27 May 1758.

St. Peer, of Chepstow, 52t., Thomas Floyd master, for Dublin with 30t. oak bark.

22 June 1758.

Betsy, of Newport, 30t., Robert Gadd master, for Kingsale with 7t. oak bark and 10 hogsheads cider.

9 September 1758.

Tanner, of Woollaston, John Stephens master, for Dublin with 15t. oak bark.

28 October 1758.

Dragon, of Liverpool, 50t., Richard Leatherbarrow master, for Dublin with 12cwt. cheese and 40t. oak bark.

27 November 1758.

Hopewell, of Newport, 40t., Peter Morris master, for Cork with 6t. pit coal (duty 8d. p'ton), 300 feet oak plank, 20t. oak bark, 21 boxes tin plates, and 4 bundles iron plate.

13 March 1759.

Tryton, of Maryport, 45t., Joshua Whitesides master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark and 328ft. oak plank.

3 September 1759.

Jane and Mary, of Chepstow, 36t., William Spencer master, for Dublin with 28t. oak bark.

10 November 1759.

Mary, of Pilefowdry, 36t., Robert Bare master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark and 5t. oak timber.

3 May 1760.

Handy, of Chepstow, 50t., Robert Brown master, for Dublin with 40t. oak bark. William Richards now signs as Deputy Comptroller.

17 May 1760.

Mars, of Maryport, 30t., Wilfred Lister master, for Dublin with 15t. oak bark.

16 February 1761.

The same, for Drogheda with the like cargo.

17 February 1761.

Recovery, of Wellchester, 20t., Philip Davis master, for Cork with 10t. oak bark.

21 April 1761.

Unity, of Lancaster, 40t., William Barwick master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark. Edward Jones now signs as Deputy Comptroller.

11 June 1761.

Pit, of Chepstow, 40t., William Woodburn master, for Dublin with 25t. oak bark.

16 August 1761.

Greyhound, of Aberystwith, 20t., David Parry master, for Drogheda with 11t. oak bark.

26 March 1762.

Molly, of Chepstow, William Sayes master, 30t., for Waterford with 18t. oak bark.

12 April 1762.

Blenheim, of Minehead, 50t., John Nicholls master, for Dublin with 125 quarters flour and 125 quarters wheat. "Embargoed and suffered to proceed on her voyage by order of Council dated 20 April." Cardiff, 29 April 1762, when the vessel was cleared by George Chapman.

20 November 1762.

Molly, of Chepstow, William Sayes master, for Waterford with 14t. oak bark.

13 April 1763.

Hope, of Laina [?], 40t., Thomas Roper master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark and 10 hogsheads cider.

18 August 1763.

Loyalty, of Pilefowdry, 50t., James Fell master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark.

23 September 1763.

Lark, of Chepstow, 35t., Daniel Tyler master, for Dublin with 21t. oak bark.

8 June 1764.

Vine, of Milford, 50t., William Madge master, for Newry with 30t. oak bark.

7 July 1764.

Loyalty, of Pilefowdry, James Fell master, for Dublin with 50t. oak bark.

13 July 1764.

Lark, of Chepstow, 35t., Daniel Tyler master, for Cork with 20t. oak bark.

10 August 1764.

The same, for Dublin, with the like cargo.

10 September 1764.

The same.

10 October 1764.

Loyalty, of Pilefowdry, 50t. Richard Chew master, for Dublin with 30t. oak bark.

19 February 1765.

Lark, of Chepstow, 35t., Daniel Tyler master, for Dublin with 20t. oak bark.

9 April 1765.

Phenix, of Bideford, 60t., Richard Vernam master, for Dublin with 40t. chopped oak bark.

6 May 1765.

Fair Penitent, of Barmouth, 30t., John Thomas master, for Dublin with 15t. chopped oak bark.

4 July 1765.

Lark, as above, for Dublin, with 14t. oak bark and 200 feet oak plank.

21 September 1765.

Charming Sally, 40t., William Garne master, for Dublin with 30 chalders pit coal and 28t. oak bark.

24 September 1765.

Lark, of Chepstow, 35t., Daniel Tyler master, for Dublin with 14t. oak bark.

10 December 1765.

The same.

28 January 1766.

The same.

22 February 1766.

Fly, of Maryport, 70t., William McKenzie master, for Dublin with 30t. chopped oak bark.

29 June 1766.

Lark, as above in all details.

3 December 1766.

Defiance, of Chepstow, 50t., Anthony Benson master, for Dublin with 30t. oak bark.

26 January 1767.

Friends, of London, 40t., Joseph Freeman master, for Dublin with 12t. oak bark and 20 ends oak timber.

2 March 1767.

Industry, of Liverpool, 50t., James Somers master, for Dublin with 30t. oak bark.

Footnotes

1 Vat of Vinegar.
2 Lamp black.
3 Bruges thread.