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WOOD, viz. Spokes for Wheels, continued.

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of all sorts, of the growth of any B. P. in America,
and imported directly from thence, the 1000.
Staves*, viz. not ex. 36 in. in length, not above 3 in. in
thickness, and not ex. 7 in. in breadth, the 120

above 36 in. and not ex. 50 in. in length, not
above 3 in. in thickness, and not ex. 7 in. in breadth,
the 120

... above 50 in. and not ex. 60 in. in length, not
above 3 in. in thickness, and not ex. 7 in. in breadth,
the 120 ...

above 60 in. and not ex. 72 in. length, and not.
above 3 in. in thickness, and not ex. 7 in. in breadth,
the 120

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above 72 in. in length, not above 3 in. in thickness, and not ex. 7 in. in breadth, the 120.

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above 3 in. in thickness, or above 7 in. in breadth, and not ex. 63 in. in length, shall be deemed Clap Boards, and be charged with duty accordingly.

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above 3 in. in thickness, or above 7 in. in breadth, and ex. 63 in. in length, shall be deemed Pipe Boards, and be charged with duty accordingly. imported from any Foreign country in America, or from the Ionian Islands, to be charged with the same duty as the like Staves are charged with when imported from other Foreign countries.-7 & 8 Geo. IV., c. 56.

Staves of the growth of any B. P. in America, and im

ported directly from thence, viz. not ex. 36 in. in length,
not above 34 in. in thickness, and not ex. 7 in. in
breadth, the 120...

above 36 in. and not ex. 50 in. in length, not
above 3 in. in thickness, and not ex. 7 in. in breadth,
the 120..

above 50 in. and not ex. 60 in. in length, not
above 3 in. in thickness, and not ex. 7 in. in breadth,
the 120..

.... above 60 in. and not ex. 72 in. in length, not
above 3 in. in thickness, and not ex. 7 in. in breadth,
the 120..

.... above 72 in. in length, not above 3 in. in thick-
ness, and not ex. 7 in. in breadth, the 120 ...
.... not ex. lin. in thickness, shall be charged with one
third part of the duty, herein imposed on such Staves.

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above 3 in. in thickness, or above 7 in. in breadth, and not ex. 63 in. in length, shall be deemed Clap Boards, and be charged with duty accordingly.

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* The thickness of Staves is to be taken at the thinnest part of the thinnest edge. -Min. Com. Cus., 5 Dec. 1823.

WOOD, viz. Staves, continued.

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above 3 in. in thickness, or above 7 in. in breadth, and ex. 63 in. in length, shall be deemed Pipe Boards, and be charged with duty accordingly.. Teak Wood, the load, containing 50 cubic ft. .

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of the growth of any B. P. in Africa, the load containing 50 cubic ft.

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Teak Wood fit for Ship building, imported from
the East Indies, see p. 187.

Timber, viz. Fir Timber 8 in. square or upwards, the
load containing 50 cubic ft...

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of the growth of any B. P. in America, and im-
ported directly from thence, 8 in. square or upwards,
the load containing 50 cubic ft.

Hemlock Timber, to pay duty as Fir Timber.-Min.
Com. Cus. 18 Aug. 1825.

Oak Timber, 8 in. square or upwards, the load contain-
ing 50 cubic ft....

of the growth of any B. P. in America, im-
ported directly from thence, 8 in. square or upwards,
the load containing 50 cubic ft.

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Timber of all sorts, not particularly enumerated or de-
scribed, nor otherwise charged with duty, being 8 in.
square or upwards, the load containing 50 cubic ft.. 1 8 0
being of the growth of any B. P. in America, and
imported directly from thence, being 8 in. square or
upwards, the load containing 50 cubic ft.

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Timber Ends remaining on board Ships after their cargoes of
Timber have been delivered, are to be charged with the proper
duty instead of being left on board.-Min. Com. Cus. 9 Aug. 1797.
Stranded Timber may be delivered on payment of the proper
Duties. See page 91.

For the Drawback on Timber used in Mines-See Draw-
back in Index.

In what Ships, Timber, the produce of Europe, may be im-
ported-See page 176.

Ufers, viz. under 5 in. square, and under 24 ft. in length,
the 120.

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under 5 in. square, and 24 ft. in length, or upwards, the 120

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5 in. square or upwards, are subject and liable to
the duties payable on Fir Timber.

Ufers, of the growth of any B. P. in America, and im-
ported directly from thence, viz.

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under 5 in. square and under 24 ft. in length, the 120 *

under 5 in. square and 24 ft. in length, or upwards, the 120

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5 in. square or upwards, are subject and liable to the duties payable on Fir Timber.

*7 Geo. IV. c. 48. (6 July, 1826.)

050

13 2 7

27. 0 0

350

4 17 6

Woon, continued.

Wainscot Logs, viz. 8 in. square or upwards, the load
containing 50 cubic ft.

of the growth of any B. P. in America, and
imported directly from thence, the load containing
50 cubic feet

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£ s. d.

2 15 0

0 12 0

Free.

Wood, 8 in. square and upwards, fit for Ship building,
produce of, and imported from New South Wales,
New Zealand, or Van Diemen's Land, or their depen-
dencies, until 1 Jan. 1833 ....
Wood, unmanufactured, of the growth of any B. P. in
America, not particularly enumerated or described,
nor otherwise charged with duty, for every 100%. value. 5 0 0
unmanufactured, not particularly enumerated or de-
scribed, and on which the duties due on importation
are payable according to the value thereof, being the
growth of the British Limits within the Province of
Yucatan, in the Bay of Honduras, and imported di-
rectly from the said Bay, for every 100%. value..... 500
unmanufactured, not particularly enumerated or de-
scribed, nor otherwise charged with duty, for every
1001. value

Wood, the Produce of New South Wales and Norfolk
Island, and Wood Goods being the produce of and
imported from Van Diemen's Land, are admitted to
entry on payment of the same Duties as British
Plantation Produce.-T. O. 16 Dec. 1803, and 31
May, 1830.

For the duty on Anchor Stocks, and Treenails imported
from New South Wales, see page 176 and 171.
Wood, fit for Ship Building, imported from any B. P.
within the limits of the East India Company's
Charter, the load containing 50 cubic feet*

imported from any other place within

those limits, the load *

WOOL, viz.t Beaver Wool, the Ib...

cut aud combed, the lb.

Bison or Buffalo Wool, the Produce of, and imported
directly from, any B. P. the lb. .

of any other place, or if otherwise imported, the lb.

Carmenia Wool, the lb....

Coney Wool, the lb.

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Cotton Wool, or Waste of Cotton Wool, viz. the pro-
duce of and imported from any B. P. the cwt. ‡. 0 0 4
the produce of any other country or place,the cwt.‡

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

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In what ships Wool, the produce of Europe, may only be imported, see page 4. 9 Geo. IV. c. 76, and 1 & 2 Wm. IV. c. 16. (21 Aug. 1831.)

WOOL, continued.

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. See page 54.

2 per cent. is to be allowed for tare on Cotton Wool from the Brazils and St. Domingo, and 3 per cent. from all other places, exclusive of Ropes.-T. O. 19 March, 1821.

Goats' Wool, or Hair, the lb....

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Produce of, and imported from, any B. P.
Manufactures of.-See Hair.

Hares' Wool, the lb..

Lambs' Wool.-See Sheep's Wool.

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Red Wool, the lb.......

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Sheep or Lambs' Wool, viz. the Produce of, and im-
ported from, any B. P......

Produce of, and imported from, any other place,
viz. not being the value of 1s. the lb., the lb. ...

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being of the value of 18. the lb. or upwards, the Ib.

10 lbs. the cwt. is to be allowed for tare on bags of Spanish Wool of the ordinary texture, the Officer being at liberty to tare any such bags which may appear to be less than 8 lbs. the cwt. or any bags of a different texture from those in which Spanish Wool is generally imported; or whenever he 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 100%. value

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,
100%. valuet

15 0 0

for every

20 0 0

For manufactures of "Goats Wool,"-see Hair.
How Stuffs or Fabrics of Wool may be taken out of the
Warehouse to be refreshed, &c.-see page 227.

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9 Geo. IV. c. 76. (11 Aug. 1828.), and 1 & 2 Wm. IV., c. 16. (24 Aug. 1831.) +7 Geo. IV. c. 48. (6 July, 1826.) This will include Gloves, instead of the rated duty in page 120-provided they are made of the above-mentioned materials. + 7 & 8 Geo. IV. c. 56. (6 July, 1827.)

ZAFFRE, the cwt. *

ZEBRA WOOD, the tonf.
ZEDOARIA, the lb....

GOODS, Wares, and Merchandize, being either in part or wholly manufactured, and not being enumerated or described, nor otherwise charged with duty, and not prohibited to be imported into or used in Great Britain or Ireland, for every 100%. value...

Goods, Wares, and Merchandize, not being either in part or
wholly manufactured, and not being enumerated or
described, nor otherwise charged with duty, and not
prohibited to be imported into or used in Great Bri-
tain or Ireland, for every 1007. value*.

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

£ s. d.

0 1 0 200

0 1 3

20 0 0

500

Note-All Goods, the Produce or Manufacture of the Island of Mauritius, are subject to the same Duties as are imposed in this table on the like Goods, the Produce or Manufacture of the British Possessions in the West Indies.

And all Goods, the Produce or Manufacture of the Cape of Good Hope or the Territories or Dependencies thereof, are subject to the same Duties as are imposed in this table on the like Goods, the Produce or Manufacture of the British Possessions within the limits of the East India Company's Charter, except when any other Duty is expressly imposed thereon.

See" Entry of Goods Inwards," pages 93 and 94.

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