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IRON, continued.

£ s. the Produce of and imported from any B. P., the ton

0 2 6 slit, or hammered into rods, and Iron drawn or hammered, less than inch square, the cwt......

0 5 0 chromate of, the ton*

05 0 Cast,t for every 1001. value.

10 0 0 Hoops, the cwt..

1 3 9 old broken, and old cast Iron, the ton.

0 12 0 Ore, the ton..

0 5 0 Pig Iron, the ton.

0 10 0 Produce of, and imported from any B. P., the ton...

0 1 3 Wire.-See Wire. Wrought,t not otherwise enumerated or described, for every 1001, value

120 0 0 ISINGLASS, the cwt.

2 7 6 Produce of, and imported from any B. P., the cwt. 0 15 10

JALAP, the lb.f...

0 0 6 JAPANNED WARE, for every 1001. value.

20 0 0 Jer, the lb. I.

0 0 2
Beads.-See Beads.
JetsAM.–See Derelict.
Jewels, Emeralds, Rubies, and all other precious Stones

(except Diamonds), viz. :
set, for every 1001. value

20 0 0 not set, for every 1001. value

10 0 0 Diamonds, Pearls, Rubies, Emeralds, and other Jewels or precious Stones, may be imported in British Ships froin any place

whatever.—6 Geo. 1V., c. 109. Jews' Pitch, or Bitumen Judaicum, the lb.

0 0 10 Juice of Lemons, Limes, or Oranges, the gallon i

0 0 01 JUNK, old.-See Rags.

KELP.-See Alkali.
Kernels, cashew.-See Nuts.
KIDNEY, or French Beans, the bushel..

0 0 10

LAC.-See Gum.
Lace, viz., Silk, Lace.See Silk.
Thread Lace, for every 1001.value

30 0 0 LACQUERED WARE, for every 1001. value

30 0 LAGAN.-See Derelict. Lamb, may not be imported into the United Kingdom, on forfeiture

of the same, except Lamb, the produce of and imported from the
Isle of Man.-6 Geo. IV., c. 107.-7 and 8 Geo. IV., c 56.

* 10 Geo. IV., c. 43. (22 June, 1829.) † Figures or Pedestals of Iron are to be charged at 2s. 6d. per cwt., as “ Casts of Busis, Statues, or Figures” (see page 107), and not as manufactures of Iron. Min. Com. Cus., 3 Nov. 1830.

£ 8. d. LAMP Black, the cwt.*

1 0 0 Lapis, viz., Calaminaris, the cwt.

0 1 0 Lazuli, the lb.

0 3 2 Tutiæ, the lb.

0 08 Lard, the cwt

0 8 LATTEN, viz., Black, the cwt.

0 4 0 Shaven, the cwt.*

0 6 0 Lavender Flowers, the lb.

0 0 10 Water.-See Spirits. LAWNS.-See Linen. LEAD, viz., Black, the cwt.

0 4 0 Chromate of Lead, the lb.

0 2 0 Ore, the ton t I.

1 5 0 Pig, the ton.

2 0 0 Red, the cwt....

0 6 0 White, the cwt.

0 7 0 LEATHER, viz., Pieces of Leather, or Leather cut into Shapest,

or any article made of Leather, or any Manufacture
whereof Leather is the most valuable Part, not other-

wise enumerated or described, for every 1001. value. 30 0 0 LEAVES of Gold, the 100 leaves

0 3 0 of Roses, the lb.*

0 0 2 LEMONS.—See Oranges. Peel, the lb.

0 0 5 Preserved in Salt and Water, for every 1001. value.... 120 00

in Sugar.-See Succades. Lentils, the bushel...

0 0 10 Lichen ISLANDICUS, or Liverwort, the lb. *.

0 1 LIGNUM Quassia, the cwt..

17 6 Rhodium, the cwt..

0 0 Vitæ, the tong..

2 0 0 Produce of, and imported from any B. P., the tong | 0 10 0 Limes, Juice of.-See Juice. LINEN, or Linen and Cotton, viz. :

Cambrics and Lawns, commonly called French Lawns,

the Piece not ex. 8 yds. in length, and not ex.seven
eighths of a yard in breadth, and so in proportion, for
any greater or less quantity.
Plain

0 6 0 Bordered Handkerchiefs .

0, 5 0 Lawns of any other sort not French, viz. :

not containing more than 60 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard...

0 09 Lawns containing more than 60 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard

0 1 0 * 2 & 3 Wm. IV., c. 84. (4 Aug. 1832.) 1.9 Geo. IV., c. 76.(11 Aug. 1828.). This duty commenced on the 2 Dec. 1828.

07 Geo. 1V., c. 48. (6 July, 1826.)

8.

8.

Linen, continued.

£ 8. d. Damasks, and Damask Diaper, viz. : from 5 Jan. 1832, to 6 Jan. 1833, the sq.yd... 0 2 3 1833, 1834, ditto..

0 2 11 Drillings, Ticks, and Twilled Linens, viz. : from 5 Jan. 1832, to 6 Jan. 1833, the sq. yd . 1 0 0 83 1833, 1834, ditto

0 0 83 Sail Cloth, the square yard...

0 0 71 Plain Linens, and Diaper, not otherwise enumerated or

described, and whether chequered or striped with dyed
yarn or not, viz. :

from the from the
5 Jan. 5 Jan.

1832 1833 to 6 Jan. to 6 Jan,

1833 1834 ...... not containing more than 20 threads £ d. £ d. to the inch of Warp, the square yard..... 0 0 27 0 0 211

... containing more than 20 threads, and not more than 24 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard

0 0 3

0 0 310 containing more than 24 threads, and not more than 30 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard ....

containing more than 30 threads, and not more than 40 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard ..

0 0 416 containing more than 40 threads, and not more than 60 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard...

009 0 0 81 containing more than 60 threads, and not more than 80 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard...

0 0 11

0 0 101 .. containing more than 80 threads, and not more than 100 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard....

0 1 1

01 02
.. containing more than 100 threads
to the inch of Warp, the square yard....0.17}
or, and instead of the duties herein before imposed, upon

Linen of all sorts, at the option of the importer, for
every 1001. value *

40 0 0
Such option not to extend to cambrics, or any other sort of
Linen not rated according to the number of threads in the same.
- Geo. IV., c. 48. $29.

0 0 41

0 0 45

0043

0167

• As linens of the same breadth and fineness of thread differ in value according to the closeness of the texture, and the value of the flax from which the Linen is made, a difficulty may arise in ascertaining the proper value thereof for the duty; the officers are in all cases of the entry of foreign Linen at value, to obtain, if practicable, the opinion of some person experienced in the trade, so as to ascertain the current value of the goods, in order that the duty may be properly received LINEN, continued.

£ . d. No increased rate of duty to be charged on any Linen or Lawns, for any additional number of threads, not ex. 2 threads, for such as are not of 30 threads, to the inch, nor for any addi. tional number of threads not ex.5 threads, for such as are of 30 threads and upwards to the inch. Sails, for every 1001. value. ....

30 0 0 in use of any British Ship, and being fit and necessary for such ship*.

Free. if otherwise disposed of, for every 1001. value*

20 00 Manufactures of Linen, or of Linen mixed with Cotton

or with Wool, not particularly enumerated or other

wise charged with duty, for every 1001. valuet.... 25 0 0 Articles of Manufactures of Linen, or of Linen mixed

with Cotton or with Wool, wholly or in part made up, nototherwise charged with duty, for every 1001. value 40 00 Samples of Foreign Linen may be taken out of warehouse without entry or payment of duty, upon condition that each piece of Linen be properly stamped by the examining officer, in order to preserve its identity, and that a general bond be given by each of the principal Iinporters of Linen, to pay the duties on the samples taken out, or to return the same into the warehouse within a prescribed time.-Min. Com. Cus., 19 Sep. 1827.

How Stuffs or Fabrics of Linen may be taken out of ware

house to be refreshed, &c.—See page 227. Linseed Cakes, the cwt.

0 0 2 LIQUORICE Juice, or Succus Liquoritiæ, the cwt.

3 15 0 Powder, the cwt.....

5 10 0 Root, the cwt.

3 3 4 Liquors, Foreign Liquors, Derelict, &c.—See Derelict. LITHARGE of Gold or silver, the cwt.

0 2 0 Litmus, the cwt.

0 4 0 Live CREATURES, illustrative of Natural History $.

Free. LIVERWORT.-See Lichen Islandicus, in Moss. LOBSTERS. — See Fish. Logwood, the ton ....

0 4 6 imported from any B. P.*, the ton.

3 0 Lupines, the cwt...

0 5 0 LUTESTRINGS–See Catlings.

MACARONI, the lb.g

0 0 2 MACE, the lb. ll :

0 4 6 imported from any B. P. within the limits of the East India Company's Charter, the lb. T.

0 3 6 Produce of, and imported from any other B. P., the lb. 0 3 6

* 9 Gen. IV., c. 76. (11 Aug. 1828.) + In entering “manufactures of Linen" at this rate of duty, the merchant must state in his entry, “ that the number of threads in the inch of warp cannot be ascertained."-ED.

17 Geo. IV. c. 48. (6 July, 1826.)—This duty will include Gloves, instead of the rated duty in page 120, provided they are of the above fabric. & 2 & 3 Wm. IV., c. 84. (4 Aug. 1832.)

See Spices. [ 7 Geo. IV., c. 48. (6 July, 1826.)

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£ 8. d. MADDER, the cwt. ......

0 6 0 Root, the cwt..

0 1 6 Madders and Madder Roots, the produce of Europe, may not be imported into the United Kingdoin, to be used therein, except in British Ships, or in Ships of the country of which they are the produce, or in Ships of the country from which they are im. ported, on forfeiture of the same and 1001. by the master of the

Ship.–6 Geo. IV., c. 109;—7 & 8 Geo. IV., c. 56. Magna GRÆCIA WARE, for every 1001. value

5 0 0 MAHOGANY, the ton*

7 10 0 imported from any British possession, the ton t..... 4 0 imported from the Bay of Honduras, in a British Ship, cleared out from the port of Belize, the tont

1 10 0 MAIZE.—See Corn. MALT.--See Corn.

Malt may not be imported into the United Kingdom, on for.

feiture of the same.—6 Geo. IV., c. 107;-9 Geo. IV., c. 60. Mangoes, the gallon

0 6 0 MANNA, the lb. +

0 0 3 MANUSCRIPTS, the lb.

0 0 2 Maps or Charts, plain or coloured, each Map or Chart or part thereof...

0 0 6 Maps and parts of Maps bound together as Books.-See note

under Prints.
MARBLE.-See Stone.
MARBLes for Children.—See Toys.
MARMALADE, the lb....

0 1 3 Produce of, and imported from* any B. P., the lb.. 0 0 3 Mastic, the cwt. +

0 6 0 MASTS.—See Wood. Mats, of Russia, the 100

1 3 9 imported from any B. P., for every 1001. valueI.. 5 0 0 not otherwise enumerated or described, for every 1001. value

20 0 MATTING, for every 1001. value

20 0 0 imported from any B. P., for every 1001. value

5 0 MATTRASSES, for every 1001. value

20 0 0 Mead, or METHEGLIN, the gallon

0 6 7 MEAL.See Corn. Medals of Gold or Silver .

Free. of any other sort, for every 1001. value.

5 0 0 MEDLARS, the bushel +

0 1 0 MELASSES, the cwt.

1 3 9 Produce of, and imported from any B. P., until the 5th April, 1833, the cwt. §

0 90 For the order respecting re-weighing Molasses removed coast

wise in bond-see page 237. MELTING Pots, for Goldsmiths, the 100....

0 3 2

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• 7 Geo. IV., c. 48. (6 July, 1826.) * 9 Geo. IV., c. 76. (11 Aug. 1828.)

+ 2 and 3 Wm. IV., c. 84. (4 Aug. 1832.) § 2 and 3 WiU, IV., c. 45. (9 Aug. 1832.)

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