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£. $. do Unmanufactured, not particularly enumerated or described, nor other. wise charged with duty, for every 1007. of the value...
,20 0 0 W00L, viz.-Beaver Wool, the lb....
0 17 cut and combed, the lb..
0 4 9 Bison or Buffalo Wool, the produce of, and imported directly from, any British Possession, the lk.
0 0 4 of any other place, or if otherwise imported, the lb. 0 0 6 Carmenia Wool, the lb..
0 0 1 Coney Wool, the lb.
0 0 2 Cotton Wool, or Waste of Cotton Wool, viz.
the produce of, and imported from any British Possession,
0 0 4
0 5 10 Cotton Wool and other articles the produce of the Brazils, may be imported
into the United Kingdom, for home consumption, either from Brazil or
Portugal, under the Treaty of 1810 with that country.
Order, 19 March, 1821.
.... 0 0 1 the produce of, and imported from any British Possession Free.
Manufactures of, see Hair.
0 0 2
0 0 6 Polonia Wool,. the lb.
0 0 6 Red Wool, the lb...
0 0 6 Sheep or Lambs' Wool, viz.
the produce of, and imported from any British Possession. Free. the produce of, and imported from any other place, viz.
not being the value of 1s. the lb., the lb..... 0 0 5
being of the value of ls. the lb. or upwards, the lb... 0 0 1 10 lbs. the cwt. is to be allowed for tare on bags of Spanish Wool of the ordi. nary texture, the Officer being at liberty to tare any such bags which may appear to be less than 8lba. the cwt. or any bags of a different texture from those in which Spanish Wool is generally imported; or whenever be may have reason to suspect the fraudulent concealment of any other article
than Wool in the package. Treas, Order, 13 Oct. 1820. Woollens, viz.—Manufactures of Wool, not being Goats' Wool or of Wool
mixed with Cotton, not particularly enumerated or described,
nor otherwise charged with duty, for every 1001. of the value 15 0 0 Articles of Manufactures of Wool, not being Goats' Wool, or
Wool mixed with Cotton, wholly or in part made up, not otherwise charged with Duty, for every 1007. of the value* .......2000 How Stuff's or Fabrics of Wool may be taken out of the Ware
house to be refreshed, &c. see page 612. Wreck, see Derelict.
YARN, viz. Cable Yarn, the cwt.
Camel or Mohair Yarn, the lb.t
0 10 9
ZAFFRE, the cwt...
0 1 0
• 7 Geo. IV. c. 48. (6 July, 1826.) +7 & 8 Geo. IV. c. 56. (6 July, 1827.) 9 Geo. IV. c. 76.(11 Aug. 1828.) $ 1 & 2 Wm. IV. c. 16. (24 Aug. 1831.)
1 2 & 3 Wm. IV. c. 84. (4 Aug. 1832.)
A TABLE OF DUTIES
BRITISH GOODS EXPORTED FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM OF
GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.
£. $. d. Coals, not being Small Coals, exported to any place not being a British Pos
03 in a Foreign Ship
0 6 8 Small Coals, Culm, and Cinders, exported to any place not being a
British Possession, viz.in a British Ship, the ton
0 2 0 in a Foreign Ship
0 1 0 Hare, the 100 Skins
0 1 0 Wool, of Sheep and Lambs, and of Hares and Conies, the cwt. I
0 1 0 Woollen Manufactures, viz. Woolfels, Mortlings, Shortlings, Yarn, Worsted,
Wooflocks, Cruels, Coverlids, Waddings, or other manufactures, or
00 Goods, Wares, and Merchandize, of the Growth, Produce, or Manufacture
of the United Kingdom, (except as hereinafter mentioned) not
ment of the same duties as are paid upon goods of the same description
Tape and Sail Cloth are deemed to be Linen Manufactures for the purposes
of this exemption. Cus. Min. 16 March, 1808.
Bags, whether as Packages or Merchandize.--Cus. Min. 1 June, 1824. Melasses. Military Clothing, Accoutrements, or appointments, exported under the authority of
the Commissioners of his Majesty's Treasury, and sent to any of his Ma
jesty's Forces serving abroad. Military Stores exported to India by the East India Company.* Oil taken in the Greenland Seas and Davis's Straits.-Cus. Min. 20 Aug. 1819. Packages, export Packages including iron-bound Puncheons, as well as all Packages
in which it has been the usual practice to export Negro Clothing, Corn, Clothes, &c. Cus. Min. 16 Nov. 1826.
§ 1 & 2 Wm. IV. c. 16. § 2. (1 March, 1831.). I 9 Geo. IV. c. 76. (11 Aug. 1828.) * 5 Geo. IV. c. 64. S 8.
99 7 Geo. IV. c. 48. (6 July, 1826.) 2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84.
** But see page 505
,-or Woollen and Cotton, -or Woollen and Linen, mixed, exported to any Port or Place within the limits of the East India Company's Charter, -or to the states of Rio de la Plata, (Cus. Min. 21 April, 1830,]—Buenos Ayres, (Treaty, 2 Feb. 1825.]—Columbia, [Treaty, 18 April, 1825,]Mexico, (Treaty, 26 Dec. 1826,]—Sweden, (Treaty, 18 Mar. 1826,]-and the United States, (Treaty, 3 July, 1815,]—and [Cus. Order, 30 April,
18.30.] See the respective Treaties with those countries, page 526. et sequent. Goods, Wares, and Merchandise, exported to the Isle of Man, by virtue and under
the authority of any Licence which the Commissioners of His Majesty's
Customs are or may be authorized and empowered to grant. Any sort of Craft,-Foods-Victuals,—Clothing,-or Implements or Materials neces
sary for the British Fisheries, established in the Island of Newfoundland, or in any of his Majesty's Colonies, Islands, or Plantations in North America, on due entry thereof, and exported direct to the said Colonies, Islands, or Plantations.
COUNTERVAILING DUTIES. Schedule of the articles to be charged with Countervailing Duties upon importation from Ireland into Great Britain,
and from Great Britain into Ireland respectively, according to the sixth Article of Union. (39 & 40 Geo. III. c. 67.)
The following Duties are payable on Irish articles brought for consumption into Great Britain, and the like amount is drawn back on the exportation of similar British articles to Ireland, except in the case of British Hops sent to Ireland, on wbich no Drawback is allowed.
Note.—These Duties are paid to the Ercise.
£. $. d. Buttles, of Stone, not exceeding 2 quarts in measure, or the mouth or neck of
which shall not exceed in diameter, in the narrowest part of the
0 5 0 Bricks and Tiles, viz.—Bricks, not exceeding 10 inches long, 3 inches thick, and 5 inches wide, the 1000
0 5 10 ...... exceeding those dimensions, the 1000 ....
0 10 0 polished on one or more sides, not above 10 inches long by 5 inches wide, the 1000
0 12 10 above those dimensions, as paving Tiles. Tiles, viz. Plain Tiles, the 1000
0 5 8 Pan or Ridge, the 1000
0 12 10 · Paving Tiles, pot exceeding 10 inches square, the 100
0 2 5 exceeding ditto, the 100.
0 4 10 all other Tiles, the 1000
0 4 10 Hair Powder, see Starch. Hops, the lb.
0 0 2 Plate, Wrought, viz.-Gold, the oz. Troy.
0 16 0 Silver, the oz. Troy ..
0 0 6 Printed Goods.-The Duties on Printed Goods removed from Ireland into
Great Britain to cease from the 1 March, 1831.–Treas. Order, 15
0 0 Soft Soap, the lb.
0 0 14
2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84. § 37.
£. . . Spirits made and extracted in Ireland, and warehoused there without paye
ment of duty, and imported into England, for every 100 gallons im-
....37 10 0 duty paid in Ireland, and imported into England, the gallou
......0 4 2 Starch or British Gum, or any Preparation of or from Starch, the lb. ...... 0 0 31 Tiles, see Bricks.
Any Goods mentioned in the above Table, of the growth, produce, or
Glass.-Plate Glass, Broad Glass, and Crown Glass, shipped in Ireland for
removal to Great Britain, must be accompanied with a Certificate of the
and 5001.--6 Geo. 1v. c. 117. 28. and 9 Lleó. IV. e. 48. $ 7.
original package, and not containing less than when sold at East India Cora-
Ireland.--12 Geo. III. c. 60. and 9 Geo. IV. c. 44.
Original Package, with the Stamps afii xed.
and with the Stamps perfect.
6 Geo. IV, c. 112.
An Act for the Warehousing of Goods. After reciting that by the 6 Geo. IV. c. 105. all the statutes relating to the customs will be repealed, and that it is expedient to make regulations for the lodging and securing in warehouses of such goods as inay be imported, to be so lodged and secured ; it is enacted, that from and after the 5th of January, 1826, this act shall come into and be and continue in full force and operation for the warehousing of goods imported without payment of duty upon the first entry thereof, or notwithstanding that such goods may be prohibited to be imported into the United Kingdom to be used therein. § 1.
Who to appoint warehousing ports and warehouses.— It shall be lawful for the commissioners of the treasury, by their warrant, to appoint the ports which shall be warehousing ports for the purposes of this act ;and it shall be lawful for the commissioners of customs, (subject to the directions of the commissioners of the treasury,) by their order, from time to time to appoint in what warehouses of special security, or of ordinary security in such ports,—and in what different parts of such warehouses, —and in what manner any goods,-and what sorts of goods,—may and may only be warehoused and secured upon the first entry thereof,or for exportation only, in cases wherein the same may be prohibited to be imported for home use ;* and also in such order to direct in what cases (if any) security by bond, in manner hereinafter provided, shall be required in respect of any warehouse so appointed. $ 2.
Warehouse of special security.—Whenever any warehouse shall have been approved of by the said commissioners as being a warehouse of special security, it shall be stated, in their order of appointment, that such warehouse is appointed as a warehouse of special security :-Provided that all warehouses connected with wharfs for the landing of the goods, and enclosed together with such wharfs within walls, such as are or shall be required by any act for the constructing of such warehouses and wharfs, and being appointed to be legal quays, shall without any order of the commissioners of customs be warehouses for the purposes of this act, for all goods landed at such wharfs or quays, at any port appointed by the commissioners of the treasury to be a warehousing port, and all such warehouses shall be warehouses of special security. $ 3.
Bonds given in respect of goods warehoused, to continue in force.All appointments of warehouses for the warehousing of goods under the authority of an act in force at the time of the commencement of this act, shall continue in force, as if the same had been made under this
• See List of Goods which may not be warehoused, page 459.