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Cinnamon, imported from any British possession within

the limits of the East India Company's charter the lb. 0 % 6. Cloves, imported from any British possession within the

limits of the East India Company's charter the lb. 0 2 0 Cocoa Nuts - . . . - - - the lb. 0 1 3 - - the produce of, and imported from, any British pos. session in America . . . . . the lb. 0 0 6

- imported from any British possession within the limits of the East India Company's charter the lb, 0 09 - - imported from any other place within the limits of

the East India Company's charter . the lb. 0 1 0 Cochineal - - - - . - - the lb. - 0 0 6 - dust.

the lb. 0 0 2 the produce of, and imported from, any British possession - -

- the lb. 0 0

- the lb. Coffee -

. the lb. 0 1 3 - - the produce of, and imported from, any British pos

session in America · . . - the lb. o 0 6 - the produce of and imported from Sierra Leone the lb. 0 0 9 - imported from any British possession within the

limits of the East India Company's charter the lb. 0 0 9 - imported from any other place within the limits of

the East India Company's charter - - the lb. 0 1 0 Cotton, viz. articles of manufactures of cotton, wholly or in part made up, not otherwise charged with duty,

for every 1001. of the value 20 0 0 Ebony

. . . . . the ton 10 0 0 - the produce of, and imported from, any British possession

. . the ton 0 15 0 Furrier's waste - - - for every 100l. of the value 10 0 0 Galls - - - - - - - the cwt. 0 5 0 Hair or goats wool, viz. - Articles of manufactures of hair or goat's wool, or of

hair or goat's wool and any other material, wholly
or in part made up, not otherwise charged with
duty, -

for every 1001, of the value 30 0 0 - Cow, ox, bull, or elk hair . . - the cwt. 0 2 6 Hemp, rough or undressed, or any other vegetable sub

stance of the nature and quality of undressed hemp, and applicable to the same purposes, the produce of, and imported from, New Zealand, until the 1st January,

1833. . . . . . - - - - . - free. Lignum Vitæ . . . . . . the ton 2 0 0 - - the produce of, and imported from, any Bri

ish possession - - - the ton 0 0 10 Linen, viz. articles of manufactures of linen, or of linen

mixed with cotton or with wool, wholly or in part made : up, not otherwise charged with duty,

for every 1001, of the value 40 0 0

Galls or goats of ima!

Mace imported from any British possession within the

limits of the East India Company's charter the lb. 0 38 Mahogany

- . . . - the ton 7 10 0 of the growth of Bermuda, or any of the Bahama Islands, and imported direct from thence, respectively; and mahogany imported direct from the Bay of Honduras in à British ship cleared out from the port of

Belize - - - - - the ton 2 10 0 -- of the growth of the Island of Jamaica, and

imported direct from thence , the ton. 4 0 Marble blocks . . . . . the solid foot 0 1 0 Nutmegs, imported from any British possession within the

limits of the East India Company's charter the lb. 0 2 6 Oil seed cakes of all sorts . - - . the cwt. 0 0 2 Oil of Castor, imported from any British possession within

the limits of the East India Company's charter, the lb. 0 0 9 Oranges and Lemons, viz. -- the chest or box, not exceeding the capacity of

5,000 cubic inches . . . . . 0 2 the chest or box, exceeding the capacity of

5.000 cubic inches, and not exceeding 7.300

cubic inches . . . . . - - 0 3 9 the chest or box, exceeding the capacity of

7,300 cubic inches, and not exeeding 14,000

cubic inches - . . . . . 0 7 6 for every 1,000 cubic inches exceeding the above

rate of 14.000 cubic inches, and so in propor

tion for any greater or less excess . - loose - - - - - - the 1,000 0 15 0 --- or, and at the option of the importer

for every 100l. of the value 75 0 0 Orchal, orchelia, or archelia

- - the cwt. 03 Otto or attar, or oil of roses

- the oz. 02 Pepper of all sorts, iinported from any British possession

within the limits of the East India Company's

charter, . . . . . . the lb. : 0 1 0 - imported from any other place within the limits

of the East India Company's charter, the lb. 0 1 2 Pictures - - - - - - - each 0 1 0 --- and further

· the square foot 0 1 0 Quinine, sulphate of . . . . . the oz. 0 0 1 Rhubarb, imported from any British possession within

the limits of the East India Company's charter, the lb. 0 Rosewood -

the ton 10 00 Saffron - .

the lb. 0 1 0 Safflower ·

the cwt. 0 2 6 Sago, common .

• the cwt. 0 5 0 Soed, viz. Linseed

the quarter 0 1

Skins, viz.

kid skins, dressed, and dyed or colored, the 100 skins —— lamb skins, tanned or tawed, and dyed or colored, the 100 skins — calf skins and kip skins, in the hair, not tanned, tawed, curried, or in any way dressed, the produce of and imported from any British posses

sion, viz.
— dry - - - - - the cwt.
wet - - - - - the cwt.

Spirits, viz.
rum shrub, however sweetened, the produce of,
and imported from, any British possession in
America - - - - - the gallon
Sugar, until the 5th July, 1827, and no longer, viz.
—— brown or Muscovado, or clayed, not being refined,
the cwt.
the produce of, and imported from, any
British possession in America, the cwt.
— the produce of, and imported from, any
British possession within the limits of the
East India Company's charter, the cwt.
Tapioca or tapioca powder - - - the cwt.
Tobacco, unmanufactured - - - - the lb.
the produce of and imported from any British
possession in America, unmanufactured,
the lb.
manufactured, or segars - - the lb.
– manufactured in the United Kingdom, at or
within two miles of any port into which to-
bacco may be imported, made into shag, roll,
or carrot tobacco, drawback on exportation,
the lb. 2s. 73d.
Turmeric - - - - - - - the cwt.
—— the produce of any British possession in Amer-
ica. or on the West Coast of Africa, the cwt.
Wax, viz. bees wax, unmanufactured, imported from any
British possession within the limits of the East India
Company’s charter - - - - the cwt.
Wood, viz.
-- battens, above 45 feet in length, or above 23 inches
in thickness, (not being timber 8 inches square,)
the load containing 50 cubic feet
—— – and further - - - - the 120
—- beech planks of all sorts, of the growth and pro-
duce of any British possession in America, and
imported direct from thence - - the 120

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deal ends of the growth and produce of any British

possession in America, and imported direct from
thence into Great Britain, above 7 inches in
width, being under 6 feet in length, and exceed-

ing 31 inches in thickness - - the 120 1 100 - ufers of the growth of any British possession in

America, and imported direct from thence,
under 5 inches square, and under 24 feet in

length - - - - - the 120 3 5 0 Wool, viz. cotton wool, or waste of cotton wool, the produce of and iinported from Malta - - -

free. Woollens, viz. articles of manufactures of wool, (not being

goat's wool,) or of wool mixed with cotton, wholly or in part made up, not otherwise charged with duty,

for every 1001, of the value 20 0 0 Yarn, viz. camel or Mohair yarn - • the lb. 0 0 1 Zebra wood . . . . . . the ton 2 0 0

XXXVI. And whereas another act was passed in the last session of Parliament, entitled “ An act for the warehousing of goods ;" and it is expedient to alter and o

Tobacco to be amend the same in manner hereinafter pr .vided ; be it charged on detherefore enacted, That whenever any tobacco shall be livery weight. taken out of the warehouse for home use, the same shall be reweighed, and the duty shall be charged according to the weight then ascertained; although such tobacco may have increased or decreased in weight since the weight thereof had been before ascertained.

XXXVII. And be it further enacted, That, within one month after any pepper shall have been warehoused, it Pepper may be shall be lawful for the importer or proprietor to abandon any part thereof for the duty, and the quantity of such pepper not so abandoned, being thereupon ascertained, shall be deemed to be the quantity iinported : Provided always, that no abatement of duty shall be made on account of any damage received by any pepper during the No abatement voyage.

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for damage. XXXVIII. And be it further enacted, That so much of the said act for the warehousing of goods as extends to Tobacco mi

be exported to prevent the exportation of tobacco from the warehouse to Gu the islands of Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney, or Sark, without lic without the license of the Commissioners of his Majes. cense. ty's Customs, or to liinit the quantity of tobacco which may be so exported to those islands, shall be, and the game is hereby, repealed.

XXXIX. And whereas another act was passed in the allowance of last session of Parliament, entitled “* An act to grant duties on coals certain bounties and allowances of customs ; and it is used in

** in Devon and expedient to alter and amend the same in manner herein- Comwell in after provided : be it therefore enacted, That the draw-smelting, &c.

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for benchimento desext. And be, although the used

back of the duties upon coals allowed by the said act upon all coals used in works of the mines of tin, lead, or copper, in the counties of Devon and Cornwall, in roasting, calcining, smelting, or refining the said metals, or any of them, being the produce of such mines, shall be allowed in like manner upon coals so used in any works in those counties, although the same be not the works of

such mines. Allowance of XL. And be it further enacted, That, for any barilla duty on barilla for bleaching.

a used in the process of bleaching of linen before the fifth day of January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty, a repayment of the duties which had been paid on the importation of such barilla 'shall be made to the person so using the same, provided that the person claiming such repayment shall, within three calendar months next after the fifth day of January in each year, produce to the Commissioners of the Customs an account of the total quantity of barilla so used by him in the preceding year, showing when and where, and by whom the duties on the same had been paid, and where the same had been used : and shall also prove, to the satisfaction of the said Commissioners, that the barilla mentioned in such account had within such year been actually used by him in the process of bleaching of linen ; and thereupon a debenture shall issue for making such repayment at the port at or near to which such barilla shall have been so

used. Sail cloth for XLI. And be it further enacted, That no bounty shall bounty to be of be allowed under the said act for granting bounties and

allowances of customs upon the exportation of any sail cloth, the weight of which shall be less than after the rate of forty-three pounds to thirty-eight square yards of the same, if the width be more than twenty inches, or after the rate of twenty-four pounds to thirty-eight running yards of the game, if the width be not more than twenty

inches. Bounty on su- XLII. And be it further enacted, That nine-tentb

parts of the several bounties granted by the last-mentioned act upon the exportation of refined sugar, until the fifth day of July, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, shall be, and the same are hereby, continued so long as the duties on the importation of sugar imposed by this act shall remain in force, or be further con

tinued by any act hereafter to be made. Free ports. . XLIII. And whereas another act was passed in the

last session of Parliament, entitled “ An act to regulate the trade of the British possessions abroad;" and it is expedient to alter and amend the same in manner herein. after provided ; and whereas, by the said act, certain

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