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cts, m. fr. Castings, all iron castings, except machines and the parts thereof,....... 0 3 0 Castings, broken,...

0 Cattle, live,.....

2 0 Cedar posts, (see Lumber, No. 2,) per 1,000 feet, per mile,

0 5 Cedar, red, (see Lumber, No. 2,) per 1,000 feet, per mile,..

0 5 Cement, fire-proof,

0 2 0 Cement, hydraulic,

0 2 0 Chairs, new,

0 4 0 Chair stuff, (see Lumber, No. 3,).

0 Charcoal,..

0 0 5 Cheese,

0 2 0 Clay,....

0 1 Clover seed,

4 Coal, mineral,

1 0 Coal, bituminous, going towards and carried to tide-water,.

5 Coal oil,...

1 Coffee,...

0 2 0 Copper ore, Copper, pig and smelted,

0 1 0 Corn,..

02 Corn meal,

0 2 5 Cotton,

0 1 0 Crockery,

0 2 0 Deer skins,. Demijohns,

0 4 0 Domestic distilled spirits,..

0 2 0 Domestic cottons, ,

2 Domestic woollens,..

2 0 Dried fruit,..

0 4 0 Drilled barrows,... Earth,.....

0 0 Esculent roots,

0 1 0 Enamelled ware, flint,.

0 2 0 Fanning mills,....

0 Felloes, (see Lumber, No. 3,).

0 2 0 Fire-proof cement,

0 2 0 Fire brick,...

1 0 Flax seed,... Flint enamelled ware,.

0 2 0 Flour,....

0 2 5 Furniture, new; cabinet ware, chairs, looking-glasses, willow-ware, mattresses and piano-fortes,

0 4 0 Furniture for stoves, not cast iron,.

06 0 Furs, and skins of animals producing furs,..

1 0 Gas pipes, Glass ware,

0 Grass seed,

0 4 0 Grease,

0 1 5 Gun stocks, (see Lumber, No. 3,).

0 2 0 Gypsum, the product of this state,

1 0 Gypsum, foreign and product of other States,.

0 30 Handspikes, (see Lumber, No. 3,).

0 2 0 Harrows...

0 4 Hay, pressed....

0 1 0 Heading, undressed, transported in boats,..

1 Heading, dressed or partly dressed,.

0 Heading, transported in rafts,....

5 0 Hemp, going towards tide-water, Hides, green, of domestic animals of the United States,.

0 3 Hides, raw, imported, of domestic and other animals,..

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0 2 0 Hops,.....

2 0 Hop poles, (see Lumber, No. 3,).

0 2 0 Hoop poles, (see Lumber, No. 3,)...

2 0 Horses,

0 3 0 Horses, used exclusively for towing boats and other floats, exempt from toll. Horse shoes,

0 2 0 Hubs, (see Lumber No. 3,).

0 2 0 Hydraulic cementy...

0 2 0 Ice,......

0 1 0 Iron in sheets, bars or bundles,

0 2 0

0 1 0 Iron, bloom, scrap and pig,

0 2 0 Iron, boiler,

0 2 Iron, bridge and railing,

2 Iron bolts,..

0 2 0 Iron safes,

0 2 0 Junk,..

0 3 0 Lard,..

0 1 5 Lard oil....

0 1 5 Lath, (see Lumber, No. 1,),.

0 2 0 Lath, (see Lumber, No. 2,) per 1,000 feet per mile, surface measure,. 0 5 Lath, (see Lumber, No. 3,)......

0 2 Lead, pig, going towards tide-water,

0 0 Lead, bar, going towards tide-water,

0 0 Leather, manufactured,....

0 2 0 Lime, manufactured,..

0 1 5 Lime water,

0 1 5 Limestone,...

0 1 0 Looking glasses,

0 Looking glass backs, (see Lumber, No. 3,)..

2 0 LUMBER, No. 1.

Transported in boats by weight, per 1,000 pounds per mile: White pine, white wood, cherry, bass wood, cedar, boards, planks, scantling, and on all sidings, lath and other sawed stuff

, less than one inch thick, (except such as is enumerated in Lumber, No. 3,)......

0 2 0 Oak, bickory, beech, sycamore, black walnut, butternut, maple, asb, fir, elm, tamarack, yew and spruce,.

0 1 5 Hemlock,..

6 LUMBER, No. 2.

Transported in boats by measurement, per 1,000 feet per mile:
Boards, planks, scantling and sawed timber, reduced to inch measure-

ment, and all siding, lath and other sawed stuff, less than one
inch thick, (except such as enumerated in Lumber, No. 3,) tolls
computed on surface measurement, and all kinds of red cedar,
cedar posts, estimating that a cord, after deducting for openings,
will contain 1,000 feet,..

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Hemlock, per 1,000 feet per mile, when not weighed,..

0 2 6 Lumber, No. 2, transported in rafts, per 1,000 feet per mile.

2 LUMBER, No. 3.

Transported in boats by weight, per 1,000 pounds per mile: Sawed lath of less than ten feet in length, split lath, hoop poles,

hand spikes, rowing oars, broom handles, spokes, hubs, tree nails,
felloes, boat knees, plane stocks, pickets for fences, stuff-many-
factured or partly manufactured—for boxes, chairs and bed-
steads, hop poles, brush handles, brush backs, looking-glass
backs, gun stocks, plow beams and plow handles,...

0 2 0 Sawed stuff for window blinds, not exceeding one-fourth of an inch in thickness, and window sashes and blinds,...

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Lumber shall not be cleared by measurement when carried in a boat

having other articles on board paying toll by weight; but such

lumber shall, in all cases, be also cleared by weight.
When a cargo is composed entirely of lumber, which can be cleared

by weight or measure, the whole of such cargo shall be cleared
by measurement or by weight, as the shipper or master may
elect; and in no case shall a portion of any such cargo be

cleared by measurement and the other portion by weight. Mahogany, (except veneering,) reduced to inch measure, per 1,000 feet

per mile,

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Manure,..
Mattresses,
Mechanics' tools. (See Tools.)
Merchandise, non-enumerated,.
Molasses,..
Moose skins,..
Mowing machines,
Nails,..
Oats,...
Oil cake,
Oil meal,
Onions,
Passengers, over ten years of age, per mile.
Peas,..
Piano-fortes,
Pickets for fences, (see Lumber, No. 3,).
Pig copper,..
Pig iron,.
Plane stocks, (see Lumber, No. 3,).
Plaster, calcined,..
Plow beams, (see Lumber, No. 3,).
Plow castings,
Plow handles, (see Lumber, No. 3,).
Plows,
Pork, salted,
Potatoes,
Powder and gunpowder,.
Rags,..
Rail-road chairs, ........
Rail-road iron,
Rails for fences, nor exceeding fourteen feet in length, carried in boats,
per M. per mile,..

On the same, if carried in rafts, per M. per mile,.
Reaping machines,.
Roots, esculent,...
Rowing oars, (see Lumber, No. 3,).
Rye,.....
Salt, foreign,.....
Salt manufactured in this State,.
Sand,..
Sawed stuff. (See Lumber, Nos. 2 and 3.)
Sawdust,
Scrap iron,
Sheep, live,.....
Shingles, in boats, per 1,000 pounds, per mile,.
Shingles, in boats, per M. per mile...
Shingles, per M., per mile, in rafts,
Ship knees,..
Ship knees, transported in rafts,...

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ots. m. fr. Ship stuffs,....

0 2 0 Shooks, stave,

0 1 5 Shrubbery and trees,...

0 4 0 Siding, (see Lumber No. 1,)..

0 2 0 Siding, (see Lumber No. 2,) per 1,000 feet, surface measure,

0 5 6 Skins of animals producing furs,.

1 0 0 Slate,....

0 1 0 Sleighs,.

0 4 0 Soda ash,

0 1 0 Spikes,

0 2 0 Split posts, not exceeding ten feet in length, carried in boats, per M. per mile,

2 0 0 On the same, if carried in rafts, per M. per mile,..

8 0 0 Spokes, (see Lumber, No.3,)......

0 2 0 Staves, cut, dressed or partly dressed, and stave bolts and butts, transported in boats,.....

0 1 5 Staves, undressed,.

0 1 0 Stave and stave bolts and butts, transported in rafts,.

0 5 0 Steel,...

0 2 0 Stone for the manufacture of lime,.

0 1 0 Stone, wrought,......

0 1 5 Stone, unwrought and partly wrought,

0 1 0 Stove furniture, not cast iron,..

0 6 0 Stove pipe,

0 6 0 Stoves,

0 3 0 Straw, pressed,

0 1 0 Sugar,,

0 2 0 Tallow,

0 1 5 Tan bark, per cord, per mile, carried in boats, .

0 5 0 Tan bark, per cord, per mile, carried in rafts,

2 0 0 Tan bark, ground, per 1,000 pounds, per mile,

0 2 5 Tar,

0 2 0 Threshing machines,.

0 4 0 Tile for roofing,...

0 4 0 TIMBER, per 100 cubic feet, per mile, transported in boats : Squared and round,....

0 6 0 Squared and round, transported in rafts,..

1 0 0 On the same, if cleared after the first of June, and arriving at tide

water before the 15th of August, inclusive, per 100 cubic feet,
per mile,..

0 7 0 Sawed timber, (see Lumber, No. 2,) per 1,000 feet per mile,.

0 5 6 Tobacco, unmanufactured, going towards tide-water,...

0 1 Tobacco, going from tide-water,.

0 2 0 Tools, mechanics',...

0 2 0 Treenails, (see Lumber, No. 3,)..

0 2 0 Trees and shrubbery,..

0 4 0 Turnips,

0 1 0 Turpentine,

0 2 0 Varnish,

0 2 0 Wagons,

0 4 0 Ware, flint,..

0 2 0 Water, lime,.

0 1 5 Water pipes,

0 2 0 Wheat,

0 2 5 Willow ware,.

0 4 0 Window blinds, and sawed stuff for, (see Lumber, No. 3,).

0 0 Window sashes,.....

0 6 0 Wood for fuel, per cord, per mile,..

0 5 0 Wood for fuel , per cord, per mile, carried in rafts,

2 0 0 Wood used in the manufacture of salt, exempt from toll. Wool,..

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COMPARATIVE PRICES

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LEADING ARTICLES IN THE NEW YORK MARKET,

ON THE 1st or MAY, IN EAOL YEAR, FROM 1819 to 1861.—(From tho Noro-York Journal of Commerce.)

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Breadstuffs

Wheat flour, State,.. .bbl.
Rye fiour, fine,
Corn meal, Jersey,
Wheat, prime white,...busb.
Rye,..
Oats, State,..

Corn, yellow,
Candles-
Mould,

Ib.
Sperm,
Coal-Anthracite,

ton,
Coffee-
Brazil,

Ib.
Java,
Cotton-Mid, up.,
Fish-

Dry cod,

Mackerel, No, 1 Mass.,..keg,
Fruit-

M. R. Raisins, .box,
Dried apples,

.lb.

..hundred,
Hops,..

.lb,
Indigo-Manilla,
Iron
Scotch pig..

ton,
Common English bar,..
Laths,..

.M.
Leather-Hemlock sole,.......lb.
Lime-Common Rockland, .bbl.
Liquors--Cogniac brandy,...gall.

Domestic whiskey,...
Molasses-
New-Orleans,

gall. Muscovado,.. Cardenas,..

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