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INWARDS.
Duty.
INWARDS.

Duty. f. 8. d.

£. $. d. Skins, mink, undressed, the skin 0 0 4 Skins, and furs, or pieces of skins Ditto, undressed, imported

and furs, raw or undressed, not rom any British possession

particularly described, nor otherin America, the skin

0 0

wise charged with duty, for
Ditto, dressed, the skin

0 2 0
every £100 value

. 20 00 mole, undressed, the dozen

or pieces

of skins skins

0 06 and furs, tanned, tawed, curried,

Drawback 0 0 5 or in any way dressed, not parhausquash, undressed, the 100

ticularly described, nor otherskins

1 0 wise charged with duty, for nutria, undressed, the 100

every £100 value

. 75 00 skins

0 12 6 Slate. See Stone. otter, undressed, the skin

0 1 6 Slick stones. See Stone. Ditto,undressed, imported from

Smalts, from the 5th January, 1826, any British possesion in

to the 6th January, 1827, the lb. 0 0 83 America, the skin.

1 0

- from the 5th January, 1827, ounce, undressed, the skin 0 7 6 to the 6th January, 1828, the lb. 0 0 ? panther, undressed, the skin

6

after 5th January, 1828, the pelts of goats, undressed, the

1b.

0 0 6 dozen pelis 0 3 0 Snuff, the lb.

0 6 0 Ditto, dressed the dozen pelts 0 6 0 Soap, hard, the cwt.

4 10 0 Ditto, of all other sorts, un

soft, the cwt.

3 11 3 dressed, the 100 pelts 0 17 0 the produce of any British posracoon, undressed, the skin 0 0 2 session in the East Indies, hard, Ditto, undressed, imported

the cwt.

1 8 0 from any British possession

Ditto, soft, the cwt.

1 0 in America, the skin 0 1 Soapers' waste, the ton

2 sable, undressed, the skin

4 Soda. See Alkali. Drawback 0 7 6 Spa ware, for every £100 value 30 00 Ditto, tails or tips of, un

Specimens of such minerals, fossils, dressed, the piece

1 3 or ores, which are not particu

Drawback 0 1 1 larly described, nor otherwise seal, in the hair, not tanned,

charged with duty, each spetawed, or in any way dressed,

cimen not exceeding in weight the skin

0 0 3
lbs.

Free. Ditto, of British taking, and

exceeding in weight 14 imported directly from New

lbs. each, for every £100 value 5 00 foundland, the skin

0 0 1

illustrative of natural hisDitto, taken in any foreign

tory, not otherwise described Free. fishery by persons not being

Speckled wood, the produce of, and British subjects, the skin 0 1 0 imported from any British possheep, undressed, in the wool,

session, the ton

0 16 3 the dozen skins

0 1 0

of any other place, Ditto, tanned or tawed, the

or if otherwise imported, the
100 skins
2 0

8 14 3 Ditto, dressed in oil, the 100

Spelter, until the 6th July, 1826,
skins

4 0 0
the cwt.

0 14 0 squirrel or Calabar, undressed,

from the 5th July, 1826, to the 100 skins

0 11 6 the 6th July, 1827, the cwt. 0 12 0 Drawback 0 10 4

after the 5th July, 1827, the Ditto, tawed, the 100 skins 0 17 6

0 10 0 Ditto, tails, undressed, for

Spermaceti, fine, the lb.

o every £100 value

20 00 Spikenard, or nardus Indica, the lb. O swan, undressed, the skin 0 0

Drawback 01 10 tiger, undressed, the skin 0

9 6 Spirits or strong waters of all sorts,

Drawback 0 8 6 viz.' for every gallon of such weasel, undressed, the 100 skins 4 9

spirits, or strong waters of any Drawback 4 3 strength, not exceeding the wolf, undressed, the skin 0 2

strength of proof by Sikes's Ditto, undressed, imported

hydrometer, and so in proporfrom any British possession

tion for any greater strength in America, the skin

0 1 0 than the strength of proof, and Ditto, tawed, the skin

0 17 6 for any greater or less quantity wolverings, undressed, the skin 0

than a gallon, viz. not being Ditto, undressed, imported

spirits or strong waters, the profrom any British possession

duce of any British possession in America, the skin . 006 in America, or any British pos

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INWARDS.
Duty.
INWARDS.

Duty. £. 's. d.

£. s.

d. session within the limits of the

Stone, grave, of marble, unpolished,
East India Company's charter,

the foot square, superficial meaand not being sweetened spirits,

0 0 10 or spirits mixed with any article,

Ditto, not of marble, polished so that the degree of strength

or unpolished, the foot thereof cannot be exactly as

square, superficial meacertained by such hydrometer 1 2 6 Spirits or strong waters, for every gal

lime, for every £100 value . 20 0 lon, &c., the produce of any

marble blocks, the solid foot. 0 3 British possession in America,

igarble, in any way manunot being sweetened spirits, or

factured (except grave stones spirits so mixed, as aforesaid : 0 8 6 and paving stones, each not Ditto, spirits or strong wa

containing more than two feet ters, the produce of any

square), the cwt.

0 3 0 British possession within

marble paving, polished, each the limits of the East India

not containing more than two Company's charter, not

feet square, the foot square being sweetened spirits, or

superficial measure

0 0 10 spirits so mixed as aforesaid 1 0 0 Ditto, rough, the foot square, - Ditto, spirits, cordials, or

superficial measure

o o 6 strong waters respectively

mill, above four feet in diame(not being the produce of

ter, if twelve inches in thickany British possession in

ness or upwards, the pair 11 8 0 America), sweetened

paving, not of marble, the 100 mixed with any article, so

feet square superficial measure 0 120 that the degree of strength

pebble, the ton

013 6 thereof cannot be exactly

polishing, for every £100 value 20 ascertained by such hydro

pumice, the ton

1 13 4 meter.

1 10 0 quern, under three feet in diaDitto, cordials, or strong

meter, and not exceeding six waters respectively, being

inches in thickness, the pair . 0 8 9 the produce of any British

Ditto, three feet in diameter, possession in America,

and not above four feet in sweetened or mixed with

diameter, and not exceedany article, so that the de

ing six inches in thickness, gree of strength thereof

0 17 6 cannot be exactly ascer

rag, for erery £100 value

20 0 0 tained by such hydro

slate, the produce of the Is

1 0 0 lands of Guernsey, Jersey, Sark, Foreign liquors -- derelict.

Alderney, or Man, and imported See Derelict.

from those islands respectively, Sponge, the lb.

for every £100 value

26 8 0 Drawback 0 1 4 slates, the produce of any other the produce of any British

country,not otherwise described, possession, the lb. 0 0 6 for every £100 value

66 10 Squills, dried, the cwt.

1 оо slates, in frames, the dozen 0 0 not dried, the cwt.

0 5 0
slick, the 100.

08 Starch, the cwt.

9 100 sculptured, or mosaic work Stavesacre, the cwt. 1 8 0 the cwt.

0 2 6 Drawback 0 18 8 to be used for the purpose

of Steel, or any manufactures of steel,

lithography, the cwt.

3 0 not otherwise described, for

whetstones, the 100

08 every £100 value

20 0 0 not particularly described, nor Stibium. See Antimony.

otherwise charged with duty, for Sticks, walking. See Canes.

every £100 value

66 100 Stone, burrs for mill stones, the 100 3 16 0 Note. If any statue, group of dog, not exceeding four feet

figures, or other stone or marin diameter, above six, and

ble ornament, carved out of the under twelve inches in thick

same block, shall exceed one ness, the pair

6 3 6 ton weight, the duty to be emery, the cwt.

2 0 charged thereon shall be estifiltering, for

every

£100 value. 50 00 inated at the rate payable for flint, for potters, the ton 0 2 6 one ton weight and no more. grave, of marble, polished,

Storax or Styrax, calamita, the lb. 0 each not containing more than

Drawback 0 1 two feet square, the foot square

liquida, the 1b. superficial measure 0 2 6

Drawback

the pair

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INWARDS.

Duty.
INWARDS

Duty. £. d. Storax, in the tear or gum, the lb. , 0 8 4 Teeth, sea cow, sea horse, or sea Drawback 0 5 6 morse, the cwt.

3 Succades, the produce of any British

Telescopes, for every £100 value 30 00 possession in America, the lb. O 03 Terra Japonica, or catechu, the cwt. 0 3 0 the produce of any British

sienna, the cwt.

1 11 8 possession, within the limits of

umbra, the cwt.

0 12 0 the East India Company's char

verde, the cwt.

0 16 0 ter, the lb.

0 0 6 Thread, Bruges, the dozen ivs. 0 15 0 the produce of any other

cotton. See Cotton manufacplace, the lb.

3 2

tures. Succinum, the lb.

0 1 8

Outnal, the dozen lbs. 0 15 0 Drawback 01

pack, the cwt.

0 15 0 Sugar, brown or muscovado, or

sisters, the lb. clayed, not being refined, the

whited brown, the dozen Ibs. 0 18 0 growth, produce, or manufacture

not otherwise described, for of any British possession with

every £100 value

25 00 in the limits of the East India

Tiles of all sorts, for every £100 Company's charter, the cwt. 1 17 0 value.

50 0 0 the growth, produce, or manu

Tin, the cwt.

2 10 0 British posses

manufactures of, not otherwise sion in America, the cwt. 1 7

described, for every £100 value 2000 of any other place, the cwt. 3 3 Tincal. See Borax. refined, the cwt.

Tin-foil, for every £100 value . 25 00 Sugar candy, brown, the cwt. 5 12 0 Tobacco, of the growth or produce of white, the cwt.

8 8 0 the United States of America, or Sulphate of quinine. See Quinine.

of any of the territories or doSulphur impressions, for every £100

minions of the emperor of Rusvalue

5 0 0 sia, or of the Ottoman or Turkish vivum. See Brimstone.

empire, or from any port or Sumach. See Shumack.

place within the limits of the Sweep-washer' dirt, containing bul

East India Company's charter, lion. See Bullion.

unmanufactured, the lb.

04 0 Sweet wood, the produce of and im

of the growth or produce ported from any British posses

of any British possession in sion, the ton

0 16 3 America, unmanufactured, thelb. O 3 9 of any other place, or

of the growth or produce if otherwise imported, the ton . 10 13 0 of any other place, unmanufac

tured, the lb.

0 60 Tails, buffalo, bull, cow, or ox tails,

manufactured, or cigars, the 100 06 0 the lb.

018 fox, martin, sable, squirrel, or

manufactured in the Unicalabar. See Skins.

ted Kingdom, at or within two Talc, the lb.

0 8 miles of any port into which Tallow, the cwt.

3

tobacco may be imported, made Tamarinds, the lb.

08 into shag, roll, or carrot tobacco, the produce of any Bri

the lb.

0 0 0 tish possession within the limits

Drawback 036 of the East India Company's

Tobacco pipes, for every £100 value 30 0 0 charter, the lb. 0 0 6 Tongues, the dozen

30 the produce of any Bri

Tooth-powder, for every £100 value 30 tish possession in America, or on

Tornsal, or tuinsole, the cwt. 05 the West Coast of Africa, the lb. 0 0 2 Tortoise-shell, unmanufactured, thelb. O 9 Tapioca, or tapioca powder, the cwt. 1 10 0

Ditto, the produce
Tar, the last, containing 12 barrels,

of
any

British possession in each barrel not exceeding 314

America, or on the West Coast gallons 0 15 0 of Africa, the lb.

0 1 0 the produce of any

British
pos-

Touch-stones, for every £100 value 20 oo session, the last, containing 12

Tow. See Flax. barrels, each barrel not exceed

Toys, for every £100 value . 20 0 ing 31) gallons. 0 12 0 Treacle of Venice, the lb..

6 Barbadoes, the lb.

0 0 5 Trees. See Plants. Tares, the quarter

0 10 0 Truffles, the lb. Tarras, the bushel

0 1 3 Turbith, the lb. Tea,--subject only to the duty of

Drawback © 1 8 Excise.

Turmerick, the lb.

OC 3 Teasles, the 100

. 0 1 0

the produce of any Teeth, elephants', the cwt.

1 0 0 British possession in America,

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INWARDS,

Duty.

£ d. or on the West Coast of Africa, the lb

0 0 2 Turnery, not otherwise described, for every £100 value

30 0 0 Turnsole. See Tornsal, Turpentine, not being of greater value than 12s. the cwt. thereof, the cwt. 0 4 4

being of greater value than 12s. the cwt. thereof, the cwt. 1 6 2 of Venice, Scio, or Cy

0 O 10

Drawback 0 0 6 Tutiæ lapis. See Lapis. Twine, tie cwt.

1 11 0

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1 6 Vanelloes, the Ib.

0 16 8 Varnish, not otherwise described, for every £100 value

30 0 0 · Vases, ancient, not of stone or mar

ble, for every £100 value Vellum, the skin

7 2 Verdegris of all sorts, the lb. Verjuice, the tun

73 12 9 Vermicelli, the lb.

0 0 8 Vermillion, the lb. Vetches. See Tares. Vinegar, or acetous acid, the tun , 18 18 0 Vinelloes. See Vanelloes.

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INWARDS.

Duty

£. s. d Whipcord, the lb.

0 1 0 Wine, the produce of his majesty's

settlement of the Cape of Good
Hope, or the territories or de-
pendencies thereof, imported
directly from thence, until the
6th of January 1830, the gallon 0 2 5

Drawback 2 5
Ditto, after the 5th of January,
1830, the gallon

3

Drawback 0
French, the gallon

0 7 3

Drawback 0 7 3 all wine, not otherwise described, the gallon

0 4 10

Drawback 0 4 10 lees, subject to the same duty as wine, but no drawback is allowed on the lees of wine

exported
Wire, brass or copper, not other-
wise described, the cwt.

2 10
gilt or plated, for every £100
value

25 0 0
iron, not otherwise enumerated
or described, the cwt.

i · latten, the cwt.

1 silver, for every £100 value 25 0 steel, the lb.

0 1 10 Woad, the cwt.

0 3 Wood, anchor stocks, the piece 0 8 4

Ditto, of the growth and pro

duction of any British pos-
session in America, and im-
ported directly from thence,
the piece

0 0 10
balks, viz. under 5 inches
square, and 24 feet in length,
the 120

18 27 Ditto, under 5 inches square,

and 24 feet in length, or up-
wards, the 120

27 00
Ditto, 5 inches square, or up-
wards, are subject and liable
to the duties payable on fir

timber
balks of the growth and pro-
duce of any British possession
in America, and imported di-
rectly from thence, viz. under
5 inches square, and 24 feet in
length, the 120.

3 5 0
Ditto, under 5 inches square,
and 24 feet in length, or up-
wards the 120

4 17 6
Ditto, 5 inches square or up-
wards are subject and liable
to the duties payable on fir-

timber
battens imported into Great

Britain, viz. 6 feet in length,
and not exceeding 16 feet in
length, not above 7 inches in
width, and not above 23

inches in thickness, the 120 100
Ditto, exceeding 16 feet in
length, and not exceeding 21

4

or

three pints

Wafers, the lb.

1 3 Washing balls, the lb.

1 Watches of gold, silver, or other

metal, for every £100 value 25 0 0 Watch glasses, for every £100 value 20 0 0

Ditto, further for every cwt. 0 Water, arquebusade, citron, cordial,

Hungary, lavender. See Spirits.

Cologne, the Alask, thirty of such flasks containing not more than one gallon

0 1 0 mineral

natural, the dozen bottles or flasks, each bottle or flask not exceeding

0 4 0 strong. See Spirits. Wax, bees, unmanutactured, the

3 6 0 Ditto, the produce of, and im

ported from, any British pos-
session, the cwt.

2 6 6
Ditto, white or manufactured,
the cwt.

6 3 6 myrtle, the lb.

0 1
sealing, for every £100 of the
value

30 0 0 Weld, the cwt.

0 1 Whale fins, taken and caught by the

crew of a British ship, and im-
ported direct from the fishery,
or from any British possession,
in a British ship, the ton

1 0 0 of foreign fishing, the ton 95 0 Wheat, the produce of any British

possession in North America, and imported directly from thence, the quarter

0 5 0

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INWARDS.
Duty.

INWARDS. Daty. £. $. d.

£. S. feet in length, not above 7

Wood, batten ends, imported into inches in width, and not ex

Great Britain, under 6 feet in ceeding 24 inches in thickness,

length, not above 7 inches in the 120

11 10 0 width, and exceeding 24 inches Wood, battens, exceeding 21 feet in

in thickness, the 120 . 6 00 length, not above 7 inches

batten ends of the growth and in width, or if exceeding 24

produce of any British possesinches in thickness, the 120 20 0 0 sion in America, and imported battens of the growth and

directly from thence into Great produce of any British pos

Britain, under 6 feet in length, session in America, and im

not above 7 inches in width, and ported directly from thence

not exceeding 2 inches in thickinto Great Britain, viz. 6 feet in

ness, the 120.

0 7 6 length, and not exceeding 16

Ditto, under 6 feet in length, feet in length, not above 7

not above 7 inches in width, inches in width, and not ex

and exceeding 24 inches in ceeding 24 inches in thickness,

thickness, the 120

0 15 0 the 120

1 0 0 batten-ends, imported into IreDitto, exceeding 16 feet in

land, under 8 feet in length, length, and not exceeding

not above 7 inches in width, and 21 feet in length, and not

not exceeding 31 inches in thickabove 7 inches in width,

ness, the 120

4 14 5 and not exceeding 24 inches

Ditto, under 8 feet in length, in thickness, the 120 . 1 3 0

if exceeding 34 inches in Ditto, exceeding 21 feet in

thickness, the 120 . 9 S 1 · length, not above 7 inches

hattens and batten-ends of all in width, or if exceeding 24

sorts, of the growth and proinches in thickness, the 120 2 0 0 duce of any British possession battens imported into Ireland,

in America, and imported di8 feet in length, and not ex

rectly from thence, the 120 : 08 3 ceeding 12 feet in length, not

beech plank, 21 inches in thickabove 7 inches in width, and

ness or upwards, the load, connot exceeding 34 inches in thick

taining 50 cubic feet

2 8 9 ness the 120

• 8 6 3 Ditto, of all sorts, of the Ditto, exceeding 12 feet in

growth and produce of any length, and not exceed

British possession in Ameing 14 feet in length, not

rica, and imported directly above 7 inches in width,

from thence into Ireland, and not exceeding 3f inches

the 120

8 4 in thickness, the 120 . 9 14 0 beech quarters, under 5 inches Ditto, exceeding 14 feet in

square, and under 24 feet in length, and not exceeding

length, the 120

4 10 8 16 feet in length, not above

Ditto, 5 inches square, and 7 inches in width, and not

under 8 inches square, or if exceeding 34 inches in

24 feet in length, or upthickness, the 120 11 1 8

wards, the 120

12 3 6 Ditto, exceeding 16 feet in

Ditto, of alt sorts under 8 inches length, and not exceeding

square, of the growth and 18 feet in length, not above

produce of any British pos7 inches in width, and not

session in America, and imexceeding 34 inches in

ported directly from thence,
thickness, the 120

12 94
the 120

0 16 3 Ditto, exceeding 18 feet in

beech boards, under two inches length, and not exceeding

in thickness, and under 15 feet 20 feet in length, not above

in length, the 120

4 96 7 inches in width, and ex

Ditto, under 2 inches in thickceeding 34 inches in thick

ness, and if 15 feet in length, ness, the 120

13 17 2

or upwards, the 120 8 19 0 Ditto, exceeding 20 feet in

clap boards, not exceeding 5 length, not above 7 inches

fcet 3 inches in length, and in width, and not exceeding

under 8 inches square, the 120 6 2 0 34 inches in thicknesss, the

Ditto, of the growth and pro120

34 6 1

duce of any British posbatten- ends imported into

session in America, and imGreat Britain, under 6 feet in

ported directly from thence, length, not above 7 inches in

the 120

0 12 4 width, and not exceeding 23

linn boards, or white boards cnes in thickness, the 120 3 0 0 for shoemakers, under 4 feet in

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