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£ 8. d. Raisins of the Sun, the cwt.

2 2 6 of any other sort, the cwt.*.

1 0 0 of all sorts, the Produce of any B. P. the cute.

0 10 0 Raisins, the produce of Europe, may not be imported into the United Kingdom, 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 imported; on forfeiture thereof, and 1001. by the Master of the Ship:-6 Geo. IV. c. 109.

No allowance of the duty on Raisins is to be made on account

of damage.—6 Geo. IV. c. 107. Rape Cakes, the cwt....

0 0 2 Foreign Rape Cakes may be weighed on board the importing vessel, at the expense of the parties requiring the indulgence, (viz. as to weighing instruments and materials,) and without prejudice to the goods being re-weighed after landing, if deemed

necessary.--Min. Com. Cus. 6 Aug. 1819. Rape of Grapes, the tun

13 6 0 RATAFIA.-See Spirits. Red Wood, or Guinea Wood, the tont.

0 5 0 Renner, the gallon.....

0 0 6 RESINA JALAPÆ, the lb......

0 6 9 RHatany Root, the lb..

0 2 0 RHINEHURST, the cwt......

0 14 3 RHUBARB, the lb.t

0 1 0 Rice, viz, not being rough and in the husk, the cwt..

0 15 0 Rough and in the husk, or paddy, the bushel.

0 2 6 Produce of, and imported from, any B. P. viz. in the husk, the quartert:

0 0 1 not in the husk, the cwt. I

0 1 0 For the Drawback allowed on Foreign Rice cleaned in the United Kingdom, see Drawback in Index.

Rice, the produce of places within the limits of the East India Company's Charter, may be taken out of the Warehouse to be cleaned, upon bond being given to the satisfaction of the Commissioners of Customs that such Rice shall be returned within the time they shall appoint, making such allowance for waste as to the said Commissioners shall appear reasonable.-9 Geo. IV.

c. 76. $ 14.
Rocou,-See Annatto.
Ropes, New.-See Cordage.

Old.-See Rags.
Coir Rope, the cwt. I

0 5 0
old, and fit only to be made into Mats, the
ton

0 5 0 Rose Wood, the ton &

10 0 0 Rosin, or Colophonia, the cwt.

0 4 9 Produce of and imported from g any B. P. the cwt..... 0 3 2 RUBIES.-See Jewels. Rye.See Corn.

• 10 Geo. IV. c. 43. (22 June, 1829.) + 2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84. (4 Aug. 1832.) $ 9 Geo. IV. c. 76. (11 Aug. 1828.)

17 Geo. IV. c. 48. (6 July, 1826.)

8. d.

£ SACCHARUM Saturni, the lb..

0 0 10 SAFFLOWER, the cwt. *

0 1 0 SAFFRON, the lb. f....

0 1 0 Sago, the cwt. *

0 1 0 Sails and Sail Cloth. See Linen. Sal, viz. Ammonia, the cwt.*

0 1 0 Gem, the cwt..

0 8 0 Limonum, the lb...

0 4 9 Prunelle, the cwt. *

0 1 0 Succini, the lb.

0 3 2 SALAD Oil-See Oil of Olives. SALEP, or Salop, the cwt.

0 1 0 Samples ;-For Samples of Snuff, see page 150.—Of Spi

rits, page 158.-Of Tobacco, page 167; and for Pat-
terns, and Samples of Cotton, Silk, Woollen, and

other manufactures, see Patterns", in page 136. SALT

Free. As to bond required for due landing of Salt exported in Ne

therland vessels-See Salt in Index. SALTPETRE, the cwt.

0 0 6 SANGUIS DRACONIS, the cwt.

0 4 0 SANTA MARIA Wood, for every 1001. value

120 00 SAPAN Wood, the ton

0 1 0 SARSAPARILLA, the lh. *

0 0 6 SASSAFRAS, the cwt. *

0 2 0 SAUNDERS, viz. Red, the ton *

0 1 0 White, or Yellow, the cwt.*

0 1 0 SAUSAGES or Puddings, the lb.*.

0 0 4 SCAGLIOLA TABLES. -See Tables. SCALEBOARDS, the cwt.

3 8 2 SCAMMONY, the 1b.*............

0 2 6 Scilla.–See Squills. SCULPTURED MARBLE.-See Marble, in Stone.

Stone.See Stone.
Seal Oil.–See Train Oil, in Oil.
SEED, viz. Acorns, the bushel

0 1
Ammi or Amois Seed, the lb..

0 0 6 Aniseed, the cwt. *

0 5 0 Burnet Seed, the cwt....

1 0 0 Canary Seed, the cwt..

3 0 0 Caraway Seed, the cwt..

1 10 0 Carrot Seed, the lb.

0 0 9 Carthamus Seed, the lb.

0 0 6 Castor Seed, the lb. I..

0 0 1 Nuts or Seeds, imported from any B. P.the cwt. 8 0 0 6 Cevadilla.–See Sabadilla Seed.

• 2 and 3 Wm. IV.c. 84 (4 Aug. 1832). + 7 and 8 Geo. IV. c. 56. (6 July, 1827.)

+ 7 Geo. IV. c. 48. (6 July, 1826.) 69 Geo. IV., c. 76. (11 Aug, 1828.) Seed, continued.

£

d. Clover Seed, the cwt.....

1 0 0 Clover Seed, the produce of Europe, may not be imported into the United Kingdom, to be used therein, except in British Ships, or in Ships of the country of which it is the produce, or in Ships of the country from which it is imported, on forfeiture of the same, and 1001. by the Master of the Ship.-6 Geo. IV. c. 109.7 & 8 Geo. IV. c. 56. Cole Seed, the last

0 10 0 Coriander Seed, the cwt.

0 15 0 Cumming Seed, the cwt. *.

0 2 0 Fennel Seed, the cwt. *.

0 2 0 Fenugreek Seed, the cwt..

09 6 Flax Seed, the quarter.

0 1 0 Forest Seed, the lb.

0 0 6 Garden Seed, not particularly enumerated or described, or otherwise charged with duty, the lb.

0 0 6 Grass Seeds of all sorts, the cwt....

1 0 0 Hemp Seed, the quarter*.

0 1 0 Leek Seed, the lb......

0 1 6 Lettuce seed, the quarter*

0 1 0 Linseed, the quarter t

0 1 0 Linseed Seed,

the prodnce of Europe, may not be Imported into the United Kingdom, to be used therein, except in British Ships, or in Ships of the conntry of which it is the produce, or in Ships of the country from which it is imported, on forfeiture of the same, and 1001. by the Master of the Ship.-6 Geu. IV. c. 109.-7 & 8 Geo. IV. c. 56. Lucerne Seed, the cwt.,

1 0 0 Maw Seed, the cwt..

3 0 0 Millett Seed, the cwt....

011 6 Mustard Seed, the bushel.

08 0 Oil..See Oil. Onion Seed, the lb.....

0 1 6 Parsley Seed, the lb.

0 0 1 Pease, when prohibited to be imported as corn, the bushel 7 6 Piony, or Peony Seed, the lb.

0 0 6 Quince Seed, the lb......

0 3 0 Rape Seed, the last.....

0 10 0 Rape Seed, the prolnce of Enrope, may not be imported into the United Kingdom, to be nsell therein, except in British Ships, or in Ships of the conntry of which it is the produce, or in Ships of the country from which it is imported, on forfeiture of the same, and 1001. by the Master of the ship.-6 Geo. IV. c. 109; 7 & 8 Geo. IV. c. 56. Sabarilla, or Cevadilla Seed, the lb.

0 1 0 Sainsoiu Seed, to pay as

“Grass Seed.” -Min. Com. Cus. 12 Aug. 1829. Shrub or Tree, not otherwise enumerated, the lb......lo 0 6

2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84. (4 Aug. 1832.)
+ 7 Geo. IV. c. 48. (6 July, 1826.)

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Seed, continued.

d. Trefoil Seed, the cwt..

1 0 0 Worm Seed, the cwt.*

0 2 6 All seeds not particularly enumerated or described, nor

otherwise charged with duty, commonly made use
of for extracting oil therefrom, the last .

0 10 0 All other Seed not particularly enumerated or de.

scribed nor otherwise charged with duty, for every
1001. value ...

30 0 0 “Seeds, Plants, &c. consigned to the Horticultural Society, are

to be delivered duty free.”-Min. Com. Cus. 12 Oct. 1818.
Seed Lac-See Gum.
SEGARS.-See Tobacco manufactured.
Sena, the lb.*.

0 0 6 Shaving for Hats.-See Platting. SHEEP May not be imported into the United Kingdom on forfeiture

of the same, except Sheep the produce of, and imported from

the Isle of Man.-6 Geo. IV. c. 109; 7 & 8 Geo. IV. c. 56. $ 3. SHELLS of Mother of Pearl, for every 1001. value

5 0 0 Shell LAC.-See Gum. Ships to be broken up, with their Tackle, Apparel, and Furniture, (except Sails,) viz. Foreign, for every 1001. val. 50 00

British Ships or vessels entitled to be registered as such, not having been built in the United Kingdom, for every 1007. value

15 0 0 SHOES.-See Boots. SHRUBS. - See Plants alive. SHUMACH, the cwt.....

0 1 0 Shumach, the produce of Europe, may not be imported into the United Kingdom, to be used therein, except in British Ships or in Ships of the country of which it is the produce, or in Ships of the country from which it is imported, on forfeiture of the

ne, and 1001. by the Master of the Ship.-6 Geo. IV. c. 109;

7 & 8 Gev. IV. c. 56. Silk, viz. :t

Knubs or Husks of Silk and Waste Silk, the cwt. 0 1 0
Raw Silk, the lb.

0 0 1
Thrown Silk, not dyed, viz:
Singles, the lb..

0 1 6 Tram, the lh...

0 2 0 Organzine and Crape Silk, the lb..

0 3 6 Thrown Silk, dyedi, viz.: Singles or Tram, the lb......

0 3 0 Organzine or Crape Silk, the lb...... 0 5 2 Manufactures of Silk, or of Silk mixed with any other

Material, the Produce of Europe, viz.

* 2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84. (4 Aug. 1832.)

+ 10 Geo. IV. c. 23. (5 July, 1829.) Dyed Sewing Silks are chargeable with Duty as Dyed Organzine thrown Silk.

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Silk, continued.

£ 8. d. Silk or Satin, Plain, the Ib....

011 0 .... or, and at the Option of the Officers of the Customs, for every 1001. of the value....

25 0 0 Silk or Satin, Figured or Brocaded, the lb..

0 15 0 or, and at the Option of the Officers of the Customs, for every 1001, of the value.

30 00 Gauze, Plain, the lb.

0 17 0 or, and at the Option of the Officers of the Cus

toms, for every 1001. of the value..... 30 0 0 Gauze, Striped, Figured, or Brocaded, the lb.

1 7 6 or, and at the Option of the Officers of the Customs, for every 1001, of the value...

30 0 0 Crape, Plain, the lb....

0 16 0 or, and at the Option of the Officers of the Cus. toms, for every 100%, of the value.

30 0 0 Crape, Figured, the lb...

0 18 0 .... or, and at the Option of the Officers of the Cus. toms, for every 1001. of the value

30 0 0 *Velvet, Plain, the lb....

1 2 0
or, and at the Option of the Officers of the Cus-
toms, for

every
1001, of the value

30 0 0 *Velvet, Figured, the Ib.....

1 7 6 .... or, and at the Option of the Officers of the Customs, for every 1001. of the value

30 0 0 Ribbons, Embossed or Figured with Velvet, the lb.... 0 17 0

or, and at the option of the Officers of the Cus-
toms, for every 1001. of the value....

30 0 0 and further, if mixed with Gold, Silver, or other Me

tal, in addition to the above Rates, when the
Duty is not charged according to the Value,

0 10 0 Fancy Silk Net or Tricot, the lb..

1 4 0 Plain Silk Lace or Net, called Tulle, for square yard

0 1 4 Manufactures of Silk, or of Silk mixed with any other

Material, the Produce of and imported from British
Possessions within the limits of the East India Com.
pany's Charter, for every 1001. of the value.... 20 00
Millinery of Silk, or of which the greater part of the
Materials is of Silk, viz. :
Turbans or Caps, each...

0 15 0 Hats or Bonnets, each

1 5 0 Dresses, each ....

2 10 0 . These duties are to be paid on all Velvets, whether mixed with Cotton or other. wise. Articles other than Velvets, composed of more than one-half of Cotton and other materials not Silk, are not to be considered as Silk manufactures, and do not come under the operation of the Silk Act, but are to be charged with the ad valorem duty of 20 per cent. as goods manufactured not otherwise enumerated or described. -blin. Com. Cus. 1 May, 1830.

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