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Summary Statement of Foreign Exports--- continued.

EXPORTED.
Entitled to
Not entitled

Total.
SPECIES OF MERCHANDIZE. Drawback.

Drawback.

Quantity. Value. Quantity. Value. Quantity. Value.
MERCHANDIZE PAYING DUTIES
AD VALOREM.

Dollars.
Dollais.

Dollars.
Ready-made clothing

10,535
5,615

16,150
Copper, all other manufactures
paying 25 per cent

347

347 Brass

6,732
1,825

8,557 Tin

357

357 of wood, including cabinet wares

7,851
4,145

11,996
of leather, including saddles,
bridles, and harness -

3,788

368

4,156
Glass ware not subject to specific
dutiez -

9,204
6,637

15,841 Wares, China

3,692
1,406

5,098 Earthen and stone

30,913
16,663

47,576 Japanned

50

50 Gilt

3,414
1,756

5,170 Plated

1,045
1,127

2,172 Gold, silver, &c. watches,& parts of

2,290
1,684

3,974
Articles composed wholly or
chiefly of pearls and precious
stones, &c.

18,910
2,634

21,544 Marble & manufactures of marble

50
Cyphering slates

640
325

965 Prepared quills

298

298 Black lead pencils

795
60

855 Paper hangings

2,001

182

2,183 Quicksilver

210,584

1,429

212,013 Hair cloth and hair seating

324

324 Oil cloth and oil cloth carpeting of every description

56

56 Unmanufactured articles. Copper bottoms and copper in

plates and sheets, not suited to the sheathing of ships

3,663

3,663 Tin, in plates and sheets

20,970

952

21,922 Raw silk

35.967

35,967 Opium

113,903

3,569

117,472 Articles not specially enumerated at 124 per cent

366,430

8,129

374,559 15

542,048
12,263

670,311 20

11,577
7,337

18,914 25

23,496
9,824

33,320 30

49,127
14,684

63,811 Total

5,111,994

519,315

5,631,309 MERCHANDIZE PAYING SPECIFIC

DUTIES.
Carpeting, Brussels

sq. yds.
270

270
Veretian do.

189

189
Ingrain

do.
1,006
2,934

597
200

1,206
All other

do.
3,654

8

3,662
Furniture oil cloth

do.
1,403 446

1,403 446
Floor matting, of flags or other
materials
do.

160
115
160

115
Sail duck
do. 341,747 96,399

27 341,891 96,426 Cotton bagging do. 41,727 7,953 4,694 595

46,421 8,548 Wines, Madeira gallons 10,654

035

11,289
Burgundy

do.
438
306

744
Sherry
do. 14,209

33

14,242 Lisbon

do.

9,176 170,248 78 15,577 9,254 185,825 Teneriffe

44,245

30

44,275
Claret
do, 33,099

3,688

36.787
All other
do. 224,943

14,923

239,266
Spirits, from grain

do.
44,841 24,906

519

475 45,350 25,381 other materials do. 687,159 46),814 2,497 2,611 689,656 464,425 Molasses

do. 32,020 6,778 4,840 1,717 36,920 8,495 Beer, ale, and porter do.

9,519 9,179 1,220 620 10,739 9,799 Vinegar

do.
3,276 782
613 210 3,899

942
Oil, Spermaceti
do.

58

58 Whale and other fish do,

195

195
Olive -
do. 26,400 29,475

574 26,400 80,049
Linseed
do. 17,328

497

17,225
Rapeseed

do.
Teas, Bohea
pounds 700

7,895

8,595
Souchong
do. 125,252

70

125,252
do. 228,896 526,586 67
Rreen

2,411

228,963 528,997 Hyson & young hyson do. 439,807

439,507
linperial
do. 215,616

110

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Summary Statement of Foreign Exports.Continued.

EXPORTED.

Entitled to Not entitled to
SPECIES OF MERCHANDIZE.

Total.
Drawback. Drawback.

Quantity Value. Quantity Value. Quantity Valee. MERCHANDIZE PAYING SPECIFIC DUTIES.

Dollars.

Dollars.

Dollars Almonds

pounds 25,400

14,008

39,408 Currants

do.
895

352

1,247 Prunes and plums

do.

2,696
31,410

600 Figs

3,8
do.
261,690

2,877

4,271 Raisins, in jars

do.
96,652

14,297

110,949
other

do.
17,787

5,282

23,069 Tallow candles

211,556 21,089

211,565 Cheese

do.
51,652 7,449 1,124 120

52,776
do.
92,717 7,124

92,717 7,133 Tallow

do. 693,950 63,699

8631

634.813 Lard

do.
20,002
750

20.02
Beef and pork
do. 386,779 16,596

36,779 Salt petre

do.
17,123 1,284

17,123 Spices, Nutmegs

do.
6641

15
Cinnamon

do.
8,870
5,007

13,87 Cloves

do.
30,993

103

31,096
Black Pepper
do, 653,697 235,822 1,243

9,417

654,99 Pimento

373,030

1,174

374904 Cassia

444,676

3,859

448,335
Tobacco, manufactured, other than snuf
and cigars

do.
11,378 1,861

11.378
Snuff

do.
2,611 1,403

2,511 Indigo

do. 415,841 713,818 1,366 1,413 416,847 715.21 Cotton do. 502,855 51,398 533

503,388 51,45 Gunpowder

do. 21,300 3,635

7,000 1,250 28,300 Bristles

do.
11,727 5,000

11,727 Ochre, dry

do.

224
10 224

le White and red lead

do. 205,775 14,907 10,592 1,273 216,67 Litharge do. 524,909 36,500

524,909 Lead, bar, sheet, and pig

do. 2,329,855 82,506 2,260 151 2,382,115 Shot

do.
3,675

150

4,240 293 7,918 Pipes

do.
70,119 2,821

70,09
Cordage, tarred and cables
do. 1,719,741 123,947

1,719,741) 12 Untarred and yarn

do.

63,964 4,46] 55,490 3,606 119,454 Twine, pack thread, seine, &c.

8,238 1,722 945 265 9,183 135 Corks

2,714
933 1,164

3.875 Copper, nails and spikes

do.
1,670 336

1,670 Muskets

No. of 16,339 61,250 2,796 9,297 19,135
Iron, and steel wire

pounds 1,812
213

1,812 Nails

do.

3,400 470 5,470 610 8.80 Cables and chains

do.

33,000

33,000 Mill Sawg No. of

16

76 16 Anchors

pounds 14,216 8031

2,400 175 16,616 Anvils

do.
3,327
233

3,6161 Hammers and sledges

do.
2,097
210

2,097 Castings

do.

6,359 2,337 9,430 484 15,760 Braziers' rods

do.
18,205 367

18,206 Nail or spike rods

do. 436,193 23,581 Sheets and hoops

75,953 3,420 10,816 476 86,709

36 cwt. 3,457 5,986

3,157 Iron, bar & bolt, rolled

2,513 8,000 240 945 2,753
hammered
pounds. 338,77012

4,041
Do.

25,469

725

342,811
cwt.
2,504

18

2.522 Steel

do.

945 5,921 69 735 1,014) Hemp

do.
238 2,204

6 40 Flax, un manufactured

do,
816 4,570

816
Wool, unmanufactured
do. 198,672 35,234

198,672 Alum

do.

2
20

2 Copperas

do.

54
144

15

56) Salt bushels. 42,371 10,312 2,019 1,077

44.300 I. Coal

do.

4,161 1,937 597 157 Paper, folio and quarto post

pounds. 9,399

1,160

10.559
Foolscap, &c.

do.
272,144

65,402 32 804 272,176
Sheathing, &c.

do.
45,710

9,900 J

55,6100 Books printed in other languages than English, Latin or Greek volumes.

1,681 All other

5,115 pounds.

1,750 100

311

6,900 Glass ware, cut and not specified

do.
1,380 487

1,380
All other articles -

do.

107,304 17,881 7,850 1,542 115,184 19,0
Apothecaries' vials not above 6
oz. and less
groce.

12
90

12 Bottles, not above one quart do.

396

n above l & not above 2 quarts do.

2,836 81

116 4

85 Demijohns No. 15,167 9,102 170 111

15,337
Window, not above 8 by 10 in.

100 sq. ft.
11

U
10 by 12 do.

do.
3731

5 Above 10 by 12 do.

25

25 Shoes and slippers, silk

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(5.)-Statement of Goods, Wares, and Merchandize, of the Growth, Pro.

duce, und Manufacture, of The United States, exported, in the Year
commencing on the 1st of October, 1828, and ending the 30th of September,
1829.

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Russia.
Prussia...
Sweden and Norway.
Swedish West Indies..
Denmark,
Danish West Indies.
Netherlands
Dutch East Indies
Dutch West Indies.
England.
Scotland.
Ireland.
Gibraltar ..
British East Indies.
British West Indies
British American Colonies.
Hanse Towns & Ports of Germany
France on the Atlantic :
France on the Mediterranean
Bourbon, &c. ...
French West Indies....
Hayri ....
Spain on the Atlantic....
Spain on the Mediterranean..
Teneriffe and other Canaries
Manilla and Philippine Islands ..
Cuba.....
Other Spanish West Indies
Portugal
Madeira..
Fayal and other Azores.
Cape de Verd Islands
Italy and Malta...
Trieste and other Adriatic Ports..
Turkey, Levant, &c...
China...
Mexico..
Central Republic of America.
Honduras, Campeachy, &c.
Colombia.
Brazil.
Argentine Republic..
Chili.
Peru,
South America, generally.
Asia, generally.
West Indies, generally
Europe, generally.
Africa, generally
South Seas..
North West Coast of America.

Dollars. Dollars. Dollars.

Dollars.
51,684

51,684 51,681
14,411

14,411

14,411
60,075 62,5881 122,663

807,186
679,212 5,311 684,523
63,880 9,717 73,597

2,015,607
1,914,643 27,367 1,942,010
2,798,4851 297,37-41 3,095,857
62,074

62,074 3,537,805
370,887 8,987 379,874
15,636,433 5 644,901 21,281,334

239,139 636,176 895,315
252,365 75,363 327,728
301,132

301,132 > 25,600,146
69,070

69,070
1,463

1,463
2,654,830 69,274 2,7 24,104
1,469,775 528,401

1,998,176 1,998,176
7,444,087 564,836 8,008,923
886,122

886,122

9,962,186
10,502 10,502
990,975 65,6611 1,056,639
664,462 150,525 814,987 814,987
454,741 91,012 545,753
185,032

920

185,952
42,839

42,839

4,714,389
10,80

10,802
3,375,565 343,700 3,719,263
200,248 9,532 209,780
42,088

42,088
153,800 21,268 175,074

293,639
6,173 1,776 7,949
69,528

68,528
289,755

289,75.) 289,755
109.288

409,288 -109,288
27,600

27,600 27,600
260,759

260,759 260,759
418,194 77,432 495,626 495,626
123,631

123,631 123,631
12,6931

12,693 12,693
524,610 1,143 525,783 525,783
1,510,260

1,510,260 1,510,260
435,7 26 8,990 414,716 444,716
890,356

890,356 890,356
91,542

91,542 91,542
147,670

147,670 147,670
40,721

40,721

40,721
355,359 4,137 359, 196 359,496
102,364

102,364 102,364
100,094 8,743 108,837 108,837
45,969

45,969 43,969
2,911

2,911

2,911

111

Total.. Dollars. 46,974,554 8,725,639| 55,700,199 55,700,193
Treasury Department, Register's Office, 3rd February, 1830.

T. L. SMITH, Register.

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(6.).--Summary Statement of the Value of the Exports of the Growth, Produce, and Manufacture, of The United States, during the Year

ending on the 30th day of September, 1829.
THE SEA.

Dollars.
Dollars. Dollars.

Dollars.

Dollars.

Dollars.
Fisheries :-Dried fish, or cod fisheries

747,541
Linseed oil and spirits of turpentine

30,442
Pickled fish, or river fisheries, (herring, shad,

Cordage

7,984
220,527
salmon, mackarel)

Iron

223,705
Whale (common) oil, and whalebone

495,163
Spirits from molasses

166,740
Spermaceti oil and candles

353,869
Sugar refined

50,739
1,817,100 | Chocolate

1,759
THE FOREST.
Gunpowder

171,924
526,507
Skins and furs

129,647

Copper and Brass
Ginseng

-
114,396
Medicinal drugs

101,524
Product of Wood-

3,301,550
Staves, shingles, boards, and other lumber 1,680,403)

Cotton piece goods-Printed and colored

145,024
165,406)
Oak bark, and other dye

White

981,370
377,613
Naval stores, tar, pitch, rosin, and turpentine

1,878

Nankeeng -
Ashes, pot and pearl

817,434
Twist, yarn, and thread

3,849
3,040,856
All other manufactures of

127,336
AGRICULTURE.
3,681,759

1,259,457
Product of Animals-

Flax and hemp-Cloth and thread

2,166
674,955
Beef, tallow, hides, and horned cattle

14,954
Bags, and all manufactures of

176,205
Butter and cheese -

Wearing apparel

91,908
1,493,629
Pork (pickled) bacon, lard, live hogs

76,250
Combs and buttons

207,859
Horses and mules

3,150

Brushes -
Sheep
10,644

3,443

Billiard tables and apparatus
Vegetable food

2,563,291
Umbrellas and parasols

22,067
Wheat, flour, and biscuit

5,972,920
Leather and morocco skins, not sold, per pound

80,173
974,535
Indian corn and meal

2,832

Fire engines and apparatus
Rye meal -

127,004
Printing presses and type

12,908
Rye, oats, and other small grain and pulse

74,996
Musical instruments

8,868
Potatoes
30,079

29,010

Books and maps
Apples
15,958

25,29

Paper, and other stationary
Rice
2,514,370

21,133
Paints and varnish
9,709,762
Vinegar -

5,953
12,273,053 Earthen and stone ware

5,592
Tobacco
4,982,974 Manufactures of glass

49,900
Cotton

26,575,311
tin

1,757
All other agricultural Products-Flaxseed

113,040
pewter and Icad

5,185
Hops

6,917)
marble and stone

2,6471
Brown sugar

3,289)
gold and silver, and gold leaf -

11,250
123,246 || Gold and silver coin

612,890
MANUFACTURES.
Artificial flowers and jewelry

21,627
Soap and tallow candles

692,691
Molasses -

1,992
Leather, boots, and shoes

3.56,658
Trunks

11,248
Saddlery

85,765
Brick and lime

8,717
Hats

270,780
Salt

27,648

2,414,650
132,9391
Spirits from grain, beer, ale, and porter

215,494
Articles not distinguished in Returns-Manufactured

309,106

630,650
Wood (including coaches and other carriages)

801,940
Snuff and tobacco

202,808
Lead

55,700,00

Total Dollars -
84171
Treasury Department, Register's Office, February 3, 18.30. T. L. SMITH, Register.

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(7.)—Statement, exhibiting the Quantity of American and Foreign Tonnage

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T. L. SMITH, Register.

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