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A receipt for Trinity House dues.

A receipt for Trinity House dues.
Trinity House dues.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H2599
Description: A receipt for piloting dues, payable to Trinity House, for the ship 'Aeolus' belonging to Michael Henley and Son. The dues were calculated according to tonnage, and came to £8,10,0. in this case, with 3d. for Stamp duty. The 'Aeolus' arrived in London on 11 December 1810.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 11 December 1810
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London. Henley collection.
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