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GREAVES, for Dogs, the cwt.
GUINEA Wood, the ton
Gum, viz. Assafotida, the cwt.

Ammoniacum, the.cwt.
Animi, the cwt. ...
Arabic, the cwt..
Copal, the cwt.
Guaiacum, the cwt.
Kino, the cwt.....
Lac Dye, the cwt.
Shell Lac, the cwt.
Senegal, the cwt.
Storax, the cwt.
Tragacanth, the cwt.
not particularly enumerated or described, nor otherwise

charged with duty, the cwt. GUNPOWDER, the cwt.

Gunpowder may not be imported into the United Kingdom without license from His Majesty, such licence to be granted for the furnishing of Majesty's Public Stores only; on forfeiture of the same. Nor may Gunpowder be entered to be ware

housed.-3 and 4 Wm. IV. c. 52, $ 58 and 59. Gypsum, the ton of 20 cwt.

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

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HAIR, viz. Camels? Hair or Wool, the lb.

0 0 Produce of, and imported from, any B. P... Free. Cow, Ox, Bull, or Elk Hair, the cwt....

0 0 6 Goats' Hair..See Wool. Horse Hair, the cwt.

0 0 6 Human Hair, the lb...

0 1 0 not otherwise enumerated or described, for every 1001. value ....

5 0 0 Manufactures of Hair or Goats' Wool, or of Hair or

Goats' Wool and any other material, and articles of
such manufacture wholly or in part made up, not par-
ticularly enumerated, or otherwise charged with duty,
for every 1001. value.

30 0 0 Hams, the cwt.

1 8
The duty on Hams, deposited in warehouses of special se.
cnrity, when taken out of the warehouse for home use, shall be
charged upon the weight actually delivered.--See p 195. And
an allowance, until further directions, will be made for de-
ficiencies on Hams entered for home consumption from the legal

quays.-Min. Com. Cus., 12th Sept. 1834, HARPstrings, or Lutestrings, silver for every 1001. value. 20 0 0 Hats or Bonnets, of Bast, Chip, Cane, or Horse Hair, each

Hat or Bonnet not ex. 22 in. in diameter, the dozen. 1 0 0 .... ex. 22 in. diameter, the dozen..

2 0 0

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HATs, continued..

£ 8. d. Straw Hats or Bonnets, each Hat or Bonnet not ex, 22 in, in diameter, the dozen....

3 8 0 ex. 22 in, in diameter, the dozen

6 16 0 made of, or mixed with, Felt, Hair, Wool, or Beaver, the Hat

0 10 6 HAY, the load, containing 36 trusses, each truss 56 lbs.

4 0 Head MATTER. See Train Oil, in Oil. HEATH, for Brushes, the cwt.

09 2 HELLEBORE, the lb.....

0 1 HEMLOCK.-See Fir Timber, in Wood. Hemp, viz., dressed, the cwt....

4 15 0 Rough or Undressed, or any other vegetable substance

of the nature and quality of undressed hemp, and ap-
plicable to the same purposes, the cwt.

0 0 1
Hemp, the produce or manufacture 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 pro-
duce, or in Ships of the country from which it is imported, on
forfeiture of the same, and 1001. by the Master of the Ship.-

3 & 4 Wm. IV, c. 54, $ 2 & 22.
Hides, viz., Horse, Mare, Gelding, Buffalo, Bull, Cow, or Ox

Hides, not tanned, tawed, curried, or in any way
dressed, viz.:
dry, the cwt.

0 4 8 wet, the cwt.

0 2 4 the produce of, and imported from the West Coast of Africa, not ex. 14 lb. weight each Hide, the cwt*.

0 2 4 .....the produce of, and imported from any B. P.t, viz.: dry, the cwt.

0 2 4 wet, the cwt.

0 1 2 tanned, and not otherwise dressed, the lb...... 0 0 6

the produce of, and imported from any B. P., the lb.

0 0 3 cut or trimmed, the lb..

0 0 9 the produce of, and imported from any B. P., the lb.

0

0 41 and Pieces of such Hides, tawed, curried, or in any way dressed, the lb..

0 0 9
the produce of, and imported from any
B. P., the lb.
..... cut or trimmed, the lb.

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the produce of, and imported from
any B. P., the lb...

0 0 7 Losh, the lb.

0 1 8 * Hides of and from Tangiers, are considered to be imported from the West Coast of Africa, and liable to duty accordingly.–Min. Com. Cus. 11 May, 1826.

+ Sea cow hides, elephant hides, and Eland or large deer hides, imported from the Cape of Good Hope, are to be admitted to entry upon the same terms or rates of duty as ox and cow hides ;-on the parties giving bond to pay the higher duties should Parliament not sanction the indulgence.--Treas. Order, 23rd Jan. 1835.

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Hides, continued.

Sa Muscovy or Russia Hides, tanned, coloured, shaved, or otherwise dressed, the hide

0 5 0 0..6. pieces, tanned, coloured, shaved, or otherwise dressed, the lb.

02
Hides or Pieces of Hides, raw or uudressed, not par-

ticularly enumerated or described, nor otherwise
charged with duty, imported from any B. P. in Ame-
rica, for every 1001. value......

5. 17 , 6 Hides, or Pieces of Hides, raw or undressed, not par

uicularly enumerated or described, nor otherwise

charged with duty, for every 1001, value.... 2000 Hides, or Pieces of Hides, tanned, tawed, curried, or in any

way dressed, not particularly enumerated or described,

nor otherwise charged with duty, for every 1001. value 30 0 0 Tails,-See Tails.

His Majesty is anthorized to prohibit, by Proclamation or Order in Council, to be published in the London Gazette, the im. portation into the United Kingdom, of any Hides or Skins, Horns or Hoofs, or any other part of any Cattle or Beast, in order to prevent any contagious distemper from being brought into the same.-3 & 4 Wm. IV. c. 52$ 58.

Hides and Skins paying duty by weight, may be delivered from the bonded warehouses, on the parties enteringan average weight, due care being taken that the lockers accurately re-tally and re-weigh the Hides and Skins on delivery ; and in the case of delivery for Exportation, to expressin the Cart-Notes, the ex. act number delivered from the warehouse, in order to enable the Export Officer on the Quay to check the quantity; and the merchant is to endorse on the Cocket and Bill, the total number and 'weight shipped, before the Vessel is suffered to clear.-C.0.

4 Dec. 1824. HOLLANDS.-See Geneva, under head of Spirits. Hones, the 100...

1.30 Honey, Produce of, and imported from any B. P., the cwt.. 05 0 Produce of any other place, the cwt.

0 15 0 Hoofs of CATTLE, for every 1001. value

1 0 0 See Note under Hides. Hoops, of Iron, the cwt.

1 3 9 Hoops, of Wood, not ex. 6 feet in length, the 1000

05 0 ex. 6 feet, and not ex. 9 feet in length, the 1000. 0 À 6

ex. 9 feet, and not ex. 12 feet in length, the 1000. 0 10 0 - ex. 12 feet, and not ex. 15 feet in length, the 1000,

0 12 6 ex. 15 feet in length, the 1000...

0 15 0 Hops, the cwt...

8 ll 0 Hops exported from this country, are on their re-importation to be treated as Foreign, whether originally so or not. See page 26.

An allowance of 12 lbs. per cwt. is to be made upon foreign hops admitted to entry for home consumption, provided they have not been kiln-dried previous to importation, Treas.

Order, 29 January, 1818. Horns, Horn Tips, and Pieces of Horns, not otherwise enumerated or charged with duty, the cwt. .

0" 24 See Note under Hides.

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HORNS, continued.

Horns of Cows and Oxen are chargeable with daty, whether åttached to the Hide or otherwise.-Min, Com. Cus. 21 March,

1800. Horses, Mares, or Geldings, each

Horses arriving in steam-véssels may be landed immediately, on a deposit being made, or security given for the duties, and on condition of the vessel being afterwards reported, and the pro

per entries passed Treas. Order, 30 July, 1825. HUNGARY WATER.--See Spirits. HURTOOKEY.-See Mirabolanes.

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ICE, imported into Coleraine, Londonderry, and Sligo, for

the use of the fisheries at those places respectively,
is to be admitted duty free.---Treas. Order, 10 May,

1828.
India Rubber.See Caoutchouc.
INDIAN CORN, or Maize.-See Corn.
INDIGO, the lb.

0 0 4 Produce of, and imported from any B. P., the lb.. 0 0 3 Ink, for Printers, the cwt.

0 10 0 INKLE, viz., Unwrought, the lb.

0 0 10 Wrought, the Ib.....

0 3 2 IRON, viz. in Bars, or Unwrought, the ton..

1 10 0 the Produce of and imported from any B, P., the ton

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

0 5 0 chromate of, the ton

0 5 0 Cast, for every 1001. value.

10 0 Hoops.-See Hoops. old broken, and old cast Iron, the ton.....

0 12 0 Ore, the ton........

0 5 0 Pig Iron, the ton......

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

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

1200 0 IŞINGLASS, the cwt. ......

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

0 0 6 No abatement of the daty on Jalap to be made on account of

damage.-See p. 25. JAPANNED or LACQUERED WARE, for every 1001, value

20.00 Jer, the lb.

0 0 2 Beads. See Beads25.7*" ally!

of Busts, Statues, or Figures" Min. Com. Cus. 3 Nov. 1830.

page 54), and not as manufactures of Iron.

Silting

دید و به او پی

£ S. JETSAM.See Derelict. Jewels, Emeralds, Rubies, and all other precious Stones

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

20 0 0 pot set, for every 1001. value

10 00 Diamonds may be landed in the United Kingdom without

report, entry, or warrant.-3 and 4 Wm. IV. c. 52. 2. Juice of Lemons, Limes, or Oranges, the gallon

0 0 0 of Sugar Canes.--See Sugar. JUNK, old. -See Rags.

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

0 0 10

LAC; viz. Lac Dye.-See Gum.
Stick Lac, the cwt....

0 1 0 LACE, viz., Silk Lace...See Silk. Thread Lace, for every 1001. value

30 0 0 LACQUERED WARE.-See Japanned Ware. LAGAN.–See Derelict. Lamb, may not be imported into the United Kingdom, on forfeiture

of the same.-3 and 4 Wm. IV. c 52. & 58. LAMP Black, the cwt.

1 0 0 Lapis Calaminaris, the cwt..

0 1 0 Lard, the cwt..

0 8 0 LATTEN, 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

15 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 Shapes,

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 0 of Roses, the lb...

002 Leeches, for every 1001, value.

5 00 LEMONS.—See Oranges. Peel of, the lb.

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

0 0 10 LIGNUM QUASSIA.See Quassia.

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