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CERTIFICATES of Produce, required in certain cases
CLAIM, for return of duties overpaid, within what period to be
COASTWISE.-Trade coastwise must be by British Ships only
Regulations appertaining thereto...
List of Goods allowed to be transhipped from Vessels
arriving from Foreign parts, into Vessels loading Coast-
COCKETS, for British Goods, how to be endorsed.
COLONIAL TRADE.-See British Possessions.
COPPER.-Old Copper Sheathing, and Old Copper Utensils, may
be admitted to entry duty free, under certain regulations.
Copper Ore, may be taken out of the warehouse to be
DAMAGED GOODS.-Description of such as are not entitled to
allowance for damage
Damage how to be allowed; and time in which claim must
Form of Declarations for Damaged Goods
DEALS, duty on, when imported into Ireland, to be assimilated to
the duty charged thereon, when imported into England..
and Timber used in Mines in England and Ireland, regula-
tions relating to the Drawback to be allowed thereon..
Split for Dunnage, not being worth the rated duty, are to
be reduced to Firewood...
DEBENTURE GOODS, regulations appertaining thereto.
Goods for Drawback must be shipped within three years
from payment of duty, and no debenture to be paid after
two years from date of shipment
DECLARATIONS, required to be made on the entry of certain Articles
DEMI-JOHNS, or large Bottles of Green Glass, how to be charged
DRAWBACKS Of Customs and Excise, payable on certain articles the
produce or manufacture of the United Kingdom, when ex-
ported to Foreign parts
of Customs, on duty paid Foreign Goods when exported
on Timber and Deals used in Mines, in England and Ire-
on Wine consumed by the Officers of the Navy and Ma-
DROITS of ADMIRALTY, liable to duty
DUTIES on Foreign Goods imported into the United Kingdom...
-on Goods exported
on East India Goods, imported through Malta and Gibral-
ter, and on Goods imported from New South Wales, Nor-
folk Island, and Van Diemen's Land..
London Port, or Dock Duties..
EAST INDIA GOODS, valuation thereof..
ENTRY OF GOODS Inwards;-Unauthorized persons not to be per-
mitted to make entries ;-Time in which the entries must
by Bill of Sight;-Perfect entry to be made after Goods
are landed by Bill of Sight.
Outwards, and particulars thereof
EUROPEAN GOODS, restriction on the importation of certain Articles
GOODS, penalty on offering Goods for sale, as run, or prohibited;
Restricted Goods deemed Run Goods for the purpose of
proceeding for forfeiture....
Restriction on the importation of certain European Ar-
ticles ;-Goods of Asia, Africa, or America, restriction on
the importation thereof through Europe;-Goods deemed
to be imported from any particular place, must be brought
direct;-Goods the produce of places within the East
India Company's Charter ;-Goods manufactured, deemed
the produce of place where manufactured.....
May not be imported into the United Kingdom from Guern-
sey, Jersey, Alderney, Sark, or Man, except in British
Ships;-may not be exported from the United Kingdom
to the above Islands, or to any British Possession in Asia,
Africa, or America, except in British Ships;-may not be
carried Coastwise from one part of the United Kingdom
to another, or from any of the Islands of Guernsey, Jersey,
Alderney, Sark, or Man, to any other such Islands, or
from any part of such Islands to another part of the same,
or from any British Possession in Asia, Africa, or America,
to any other of such Possessions, except in British Ships.
May not be imported into any British Possession in Asia,
Africa, or America, in foreign Ships, unless of the country
of which the goods are the produce, and from which they
are imported Goods not otherwise prohibited than by
the law of Navigation, may be imported from any place in
a British Ship, and from any place not being a British
Possession in a foreign Ship of any country, and however
navigated, to be warehoused for exportation only;-Goods
imported, exported, or carried Coastwise, contrary to the
law of Navigation, forfeited
Undervalued ;-Goods entered by Bill of Sight;-Landed
by Bill of Sight, fraudulently concealed, forfeited ;-
Goods delivered on deposit ;-Goods not deemed deli-
vered in virtue of Bill of Sight, unless perfect entry is
made;-In what cases Bill of Sight is not required;-
Damaged, how the allowance is to be made ;-Goods re-
turned by Bill of Store; Limitation of time for the re-im-
portation of Goods by Bill of Store ...
List of, which may not be re-imported by Bill of Store ;-
Goods entered as from Plantations ;-Certificate of growth
required for Sugar, Coffee, Cocoa Nuts, Spirits, and Ma-
hogany, if entered as being the produce of a British Pos-
session in America, or the Island of Mauritius.....
Certificate of produce required for Sugar from British Pos-
sessions in the East Indies, Wine from the Cape of Good
Hope, Blubber, Train Oil, &c., of British fishing, and for
Flax, Wood, Bark, Hemp, &c., from New South Wales,
Norfolk Island, Van Diemen's Land, and New Zealand ..
which may be landed without Report, Entry, or Warrant.
not specifically rated ;-Duties on, by what Acts levied
East India, imported through Malta and Gibraltar;-Goods
the produce of New South Wales, Norfolk Island, and
Van Diemen's Land;-Goods being Droits of Admiralty. 5 & 94
Imported, period of importation defined;-Goods imported
by the Hudson's Bay Company, what duty to be charged
Derelict, Jetsam, Hotsam, Lagan, and Wreck
Removed under bond Coastwise, and lost at Sea..
Prohibited or restricted on importation or exportation....3 & 195
Reweighing thereof, previous to removal Coastwise..
GUERNSEY, Jersey, Alderney, Sark, and Man, trade therewith .240 & 269
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY, duty payable on Goods imported by.. 95
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, Plants, Seeds, &c., consigned to them,
Countervailing Duties and Drawbacks, between Great Bri-
tain and Ireland
ISLE OF MAN, duties on Goods imported into, and Regulations of
JAMAICA, no Vessel allowed to sail from Jamaica to St. Domingo,
or any Vessel from St. Domingo, to come to Jamaica....
LONDON PORT or DOCK DUTIES
MALTA, Island of, deemed to be in Europe...
East India Goods imported through
MAURITIUS. See British Possessions.
Island of, to be treated as a British-American Colony.....
MANUFACTURED GOODS to be imported complete, if liable to an
ad valorem duty...
to be deemed produce of country where manufactured
MIRRORS, Toy, and other sorts, how to be charged with duty..
MOSAIC Tops for Snuff Boxes, &c., how to be charged with duty.
NAVAL STORES, imported from abroad, not to be delivered without
NAVIGATION ACr, as amended by subsequent Acts..
NEW SOUTH WALES, duties on Goods imported into
NEWSPAPERS, whether as Consignments, or Baggage...
NETHERLANDS.- Additional duties on Goods imported in Nether-
Additional duty on Netherland Vessels exporting Salt....
NITRE, Sweet Spirits of, how to be charged with duty..
OFFICERS OF CUSTOMS AND EXCISE, may stop any Cart, Waggon,
or other means of Conveyance, on suspicion, &c., and may
search Houses, &c. for Smuggled Goods..
Rewards to, on seizure of Silk Goods
PASSENGERS, being Aliens...
Regulations as to the entry of Baggage, belonging to..
denying having Foreign Goods in their possession....
PATTERNS, and Samples, of Cotton, Silk, &c., free of duty.....
PERSONS offering Goods for Sale, under pretence of being run or
PLATE, Drawback on, when exported
PORTS;-Power vested in His Majesty to appoint.
Averment that an offence has been committed within the
limits thereof, evidence of the fact
for the Warehousing of Goods...
for the Importation and Warehousing of Tobacco and Snuff,
the Lords of the Treasury may appoint
PROHIBITIONS and Restrictions on the importation of certain
QUAYS, legal, power vested in His Majesty to appoint ...
RECIPROCITY OF DUTIES...
Remission or Imposition of Duties and Drawbacks..
Certain Foreign Vessels exempt from taking Pilots
Imposition and remission of Tonnage Duties
The importation of Corn may be prohibited from Foreign
States, subjecting British Ships or Goods to higher Duties
than are levied on Vessels, &c. of other countries
An increase of one-fifth of existing Duties may be levied
on Goods the produce of any country levying higher Du-
ties on British produce than upon the produce of any other
Additional duty on Goods imported in Netherland Vessels.
In what reciprocity consists....
A list of Countries or States with which Treaties of Reci-
procity have been concluded.
Convention of Commerce with the United States of Ame-
An Act to carry into effect a Convention of Commerce with
America and Portugal
Declarations of Great Britain and Hanover respecting Re-
ciprocity of Commerce.
Convention of Commerce with the Free Hanseatic Repub
lics of Lubeck, Bremen, and Hamburg...
Treaty of Commerce with Portugal
Convention of Commerce with Prussia...
Convention of Commerce with Sweden and Norway
Principles of Reciprocity extended by Order in Council, to
Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation, with the
United States of Mexico.
Principles of Reciprocity extended by Order in Council to