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2 d Wax ; British wax, per 112 lb... 0

hard, per 100 lb... 08 Wine ; French wines, per tun Muscadel and Levast wines,

06 sacks, Canaries, Madeiras,

Romney, and hullocks, per
butt or pipe..

0 6 Wood; box wood, per 112 lb....

brazil wood, per 112 lb.. 3 ebony wood, per 112 lb.. 0 1 fustic wood, per 112 lb..

red wood, per 112 lb. 0 g Wools; cotton wool, per 100 lb.. 3

estridge wool, per 112 lb.
French wool, per 112 lb.

Spanish wool, per 112 lb. 0 4 Woollen drapery, viz.

baize, per single piece 02

per double piece
minikins baize, per piece 06
broad cloth, per short
piece, of 24 yards 0 6

per long piece of 32
yards

08
cottons of all sorts, per
100 goads

06 Devonshire dozens, per piece

0 frizadoes, per piece 0 3 kerseys of all sorts, per

piece
list of cloth, per 1000

yards
northern dozens, single,
per piece..

03

double, per piece

06 Spanish cloth, British

making, per 20 yards .. 06

penistones, per piece.. 0 2 Worm seed, per 100 lb. .

06 Yarn ; cotton yarn, per 100 lb...

Stuffs, mocados, double, per piece,

of 28 yards ... 02 mohairs, per piece, not above 15 yards.

0 11 miscellany, per piece, of 30 yards ...

0 1 perpetuans, yard broad, per piece

02 ell broad, per piece

0 21 paragon, or parapus, per piece

0 2 pyramides or marimuff, the narrow piece

0 1 the broad piece 0 2 rashes of all sorts, per piece, about 24 yards

0 4 says; hounscot-says or milled, per piece

03 of all other sorts, per piece

0 24 serges, single, per yard broad, of 12 yards

02 double, per yard

broad, of 24 yards 03 See also Woollen drapery. Succades, wet or dry, per 100 lb. 08 Swarf. See Filings of Iron. Tallow, per 112 lb.....

0 1 Tapestry, viz.

with hair, per 100 Flemish
ells ..

04
with wool, per 100 Fle-
mish ells..

09 with gaddis, per 100 Flemish ells

10 with silk, per 12 Flemish ells

© 2 Taffety, ell broad, per dozen yards

0 2 silk tuff taffety, broad, per dozen yards....

04 narrow, per

dozen yards 0 2 Thread, white, brown, or coloured, per dozen lb.

0 1 Tiffany, per dozen yards.... 0 1 Tobacco, Spanish, per 100 lb. 2 0

of all other sorts, per 100
lb.

06 Tin ; wrought, per 112 lb... 04

unwrought, per 112 lb... 0 34 Thread points, per great gross 0 04 Vellures, British, per single piece 0

per double piece 0 2 Vinegar of wine, per tun

0 24 Waistcoats, viz.

of kersey or fannel, per
dozen ...

0 2
of woollen, knit, per
dozen

0 4 of worsted, knit, per

piece
wrought with crewel,
per piece..

0 04 wrought with silk

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grogram or mohair yarn, per
100 lb.

16 raw linen yarn, of all sorts,

per 100 1b.

All other goods, not mentioned in the pre

ceding table, pay for package-duties, after the rate of one penny in the pound, according as they are expressed or valued in his Majesty's late book of rates : and all other, not expressed therein, shall pay the same rate, according to their true value. For every entry in the packer's book, for writing bills to each entry outward, ls. The strangers pay the labouring porters for making up their goods at their own charge, as they have always done. And they pay the water-side porters, belonging to the package office, such fees and duties for landing and shipping their goods as they have usually paid within these twelve years past.

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BAILLAGE DUTIES OUTWARDS.

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Other merchandise, liquid or dry, not

particularly rated in this table, pay

baillage duties outwards, by their bulk, For the surveying or delivering of ali as follows, viz.

goods and merchundise, in order to be A great packet or fardel, containexported into parts beyond the seas, or ing between 15 and 20 cloths, otherwise.

or other goods to that propor !

d. d. tion .....

16 Beer, per tun .....

4 An ordinary pack, truss, fardle, Canvass, per 120 ells ...... 0 2 containing, in bigness, about 10 Cloths. See Drapery.

to 12 cloths, 12 or 14 baize, or Coals, per chaldron......

0 1 to the like proportiou in friezes, Cochineal. See Dyeing commodities. cottons, or other goods .... 10 Drapery of woollen or worsted, viz. A bale, containing 3 or 4 cloths, 4

broad cloth, per piece 0 11 or 5 baize, or the like pro-
kerseys of all sorts, per

portion in other goods..

0 6 piece

0 0 For a great maund, or great perpetuanas, per piece .. 0 04 basket.

0 8 stuffs, per single piece 0 0 - a small maund, or basket, per double piece 0

weighing 300 weight or Dyeing commodities, viz.

under ..

0 cochineal, per 100 lb. 0 1 a hamper or coffer, weighing indigo, per 100 lb.

0 4 200 weight or under wood, of all sorts, for

0 dvers, per 112 1b. 0 1 a hogshead or puncheon Fur. See Skins

a barrel.. Fustians, British making, per 15

a firkin

0 1 yards

0 0
dry fat

0 8 Flax or hemp, per 112 lb.

0 1

drum fat Grocery; viz. cloves, mace, nut

a bale

06 megs, or cinnamon, per 100 lb. 06 - a great chest or great case 0 pepper or ginger, per 100

- a small chest or case, of 3 cwt.
Ib.

0 2
or under

0
raisins, per piece or frail 004 - a small box

0 2 raisios of the sun, per 112 - a great trunk

0 6 lb.

0 1 - a small trunk, not above 2 cwt. Hemp. See Flax.

a bag or sack

04 Indigo. See Dyeing commodities.

03 Iron, unwrought, per ton

0 6 wrought, per 112 lb.... 0 1 Lamperns, per 1000

0 04 Lead, per fother ....

06 The packers' u ater-side, porters' table Linen. See Canvass.

of duties for landing strangers' goods, Pewter. See Tin.

and of the like duties or rates to be Saffron, per lb.

0 04 paid unto they for shipping out their Salt, per wey

0

goods. Saltpetre, per 112 lb..

0 1 Silk; raw or thrown silk, per 16

For a butt of currants

1 001 - a carateel of currants

0 8 Skins and furs, viz.

a quarterole of currants.

0 4 beaver skins, per 100 16 a bag of currants

0 4 badger skins, per 100

0 6 pieces of raisins, the ton 1 8 coney skips, black, per 120 0 21 à barrel of raisins

0 4 cat skins, per 100 0 4 all sorts of puncheons

0 6 calf skios, per 100 0 8 a barrel of figs

0 2 fox skins, per 100.

08 tapnets and frails of figs, the fitches, per timber.

0
ton

18 morkids, per 120

02 Brazil, or other wood for dye.
otter skins, per 100
06 ing, the ton.....

1 8 sheep or lamb skins, per 120 0 2 iron, the ton

1 2 squirrel skins, per 1000 0 1

copperas, the ton

1 2 Stuffs. . See Drapery.

oil, wine, or vinegar, the ton 1 2 Tin or pewter, pei 112 lb....... 0 2 liemp and flax, the last... 1 8 Wax, per 112 íb. 0 2 loose flax and tow, the cwt.

2 Wood' for dyers. See Dyeing

a great bag of tow

0 8 commodities.

a small bag of tow

0 4 Wood of all sorts, per 112 lb. 0 2 a great bag of hops

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PORTAGE DUTIES.

ounces..

1

0

2.

a. d. For a packet or little bag of hops.. 04 - packs, trusses, fats, or maunds, per piece

08 a great chest.

08 - a small chest..

04 all cases, barrels, or bales, per piece

0 4 a bale of madder

08 a bale of ginger or shumac, containing 4 cwt.

08 a faggot of steel

0 1 any serons, per piece fat of pot ashes

08 a last of soap ashes

10 a last of pitch or tar

10 a last of fish.

10 wainscots, per 120

50 clap-boards, per 120.

0 6 deal boards, per 120..

14 - a great mast ..

50 a middle mast

2 6 a small mast..

1 3 great balks, per 120.

5 0 middle balks, per 120

2 6 small balks, per 120..

3 a mill stone

5 0 a dog stone

2 6 a wolf stone

2 0 a yard stone

0 3 a grindstone

1 0 a step stone or grave stone 08 quern stones, the last

10 emery stones, the ton

I 2 ten cwt. of Holland cheese 10 - rosin, the ton

1 2 woad, the ton

1 2 a chest of sugar..

6 half wainscots, per 120

26 raw hides, per 100 boom spars, per 120.. small spars, per 120 ends of boom spars, per 120.. 09 a horse, geldicg, or mare 2 6 alum, the ton

18 heath for brushes, per 112 lb. 0 1 iron pots, the dozen

0 3 rings of wire, loose, the ring

For pipe stares, per 1000

2 6 rhenish wine, the aum. 0 6 burr stones, per 100.

2 6 half packs of teasels, the piece 0 4 wicker bottles, the dozen .... 0 0 stone pots, per 100

0 1 loose fish, per 100, landing .. 03 - a barrel of salmon

- a barrel of stub eels - a bundle of basket rods

003 - a ton of cork..

1 8 - a thousand of ox bones. . 10 - a thousand tips of horns 06 - a thousand sbank bones

10 brimstone, the ton, loose 13 . a fother of lead...

1 2 rims of sieves, per load... 10 a load of fans

10 - a load of bull-rushes.. 08 - a hundred reams of paper, loose

10 - a barrel of tarras

02 - a barrel of ling .. a keg of sturgeon

0 04 iron backs for chimneys, per piece

0 1 - one hundred weight of elephants' teeth

0 1 copper and iron plates, per piece

0 0 hundred small barrels of blacking ...

1 0 - a dozen of scales

1 a hundred of oars...

26 every twenty sugar flags - a barrel of shot - a bundle of canes

0 1 - a cage of quails..

04 - a cage of pheasants

0 4 - a cage of hawks

0 4 - a winch of cable yarn

04 - a firkin of shot

All other goods not mentioned in this table pay portage duties as other goods do of like bulk or like condition herein expressed.

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To prevent frauds in colouring Aliens' Goods, the 6 Geo. IV. c. 111. directs that the importer signs a bill of entry, stating whether the goods are on alien account or not, under penalty of fifty pounds. See page 503.

ARRANGEMENT OF THE COUNTRIES WITH WHICH THE FOREIGN TRADE OF GREAT BRITAIN

IS CARRIED ON.

EUROPE.

Russia, viz.

Northern Ports.

Ports on the Black Seu.
Sweden.
Norway.
DENMARK, viz.-

Denmark Proper and Duchy of

Holstein.

Iceland and Faroer Islands.
PRUSSIA.
GERMANY, viz. -

Duchy of Mecklenburgh.
Kingdom of Hanover.
Duchy of Oldenburgh, and Lord-

ship of Kniphausen.
Hanseatic Towns.

Island of Heligoland.
NETHERLANDS.
BELGIUM.
FRANCE (including Corsica.)
PORTUGAL, viz. -

Portugal Proper.
The Azores.
Island of Madeira.

But this is now said to be in Africa,

see Customs' Letter, 27 July, 1832. Spain, viz.

Continental Spain and the

Balearic Islands.
The Canary Islands, viz.-

Teneriffe, &c.
GIBRALTAR.
ITALY, with the Italian Islands, viz.-

Sardinian Territories.
Duchy of Tuscany.
Papal Territories.
Naples and Sicily.

Austrian Territories.
Malta.
IONIAN ISLANDS.
TURKEY, and Continental Greece, (including the

Asiatic Ports within the Mediterranean, and

exclusive of the Morea.) MOREA AND GREEK ISLANDS.

AFRICA.

Egypt (Ports on the Mediterranean.)
Tripoli, Barbary and Morocco,

AFRICA.

SENEGAL, and the Coast from Morocco to the River

Gambia.
Sierra Leone, and the Coast from the River Gambia

to the River Mesurada.
WINDWARD Coast, from the River Mesurada to Cape

Apollonia.
Cape Coast CASTLE, and the Gold Coast from Cape

Apollonia to the Rio Volla.
Cape Coast CASTLE, To be treated as British Possessions.
ANNAMABOO

Letter of the Privy Council, 14
British ACERA,

Jan. 1831.
Sr. Mary's,
SIERRA LEONE,

British Possessions.
Sr. GEORGE'S ON THE

RIVER Cistus,
Coast From Rio Volta to the Continental Territory

of the Cape of Good Hope.
COLONIAL TERRITORY of the Cape of Good Hope.
Eastern Coast, from the Colonial Territory of the

Cape of Good Hope to the Straits of Babel Mandel.
AFRICAN PORTS ON The Red Sea,
CAPE VERD ISLANDS.
Sr. HELENA.
MADAGASCAR.
Isle of BOURBON.
MAURITIUS.

ASSA.

ARABIA.
PERSIA.
East India Company's TERRITORIES, exclusive of

Singapore.
SINGAPORE.
Ceylon.
FRENCH SETTLEMENTS.
DANISH Settlements.
PORTUGUESE SETTLEMENTS.
Ports of CUTCH AND SCIND.
Ports OF THE Birman EMPIRE,
Ports of SIAM.
Ports of Cocain China.

Islands of the Indian Seas lying

to the westward of the 150th
degree of east longitude, and to
the northward of the 10th de-

gree of south latitude.
SUMATRA.
Java.
Other Islands of the Indian Seas, exclusive of the

Philippine Islands,
CHINA.
JAPANESE ISLANDS.
New South Wales.
VAN DIEMAN'S LAND.
NEW ZEALAND.
South SEA ISLANDS.

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