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LIGNUM, continued.

£
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d. Vitæ, the ton

2 0 Produce of, and imported from any B. P., the ton 0 10 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 0 9 containing more than 60 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard....

0 1 0 Damasks, and Damask Diaper, the square yard

0 2 Drillings, Ticks, and Twilled Linens, the square yard.. | 8 Sail Cloth, the square yard.....

0 0 7 Plain Linens, and Diaper, not otherwise enumerated or

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

not containing more than 20 threads to the inchi
of Warp, the square yard

containing more than 20 threads, and not more than 24 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard 0 0 3

containing more than 24 threads, and not more than 30 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard 0 0 4

containing more than 30 threads, and not more than 40 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard 0 0 41

containing more than 40 threads, and not more than 60 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard 0 0 8

containing more than 60 threads, and not more than 80 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard 0 0 10

containing more than 80 threads, and not more than 100 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard 0 1 0

containing more than 100 threads to the inch of Warp, the square yard...

0 1 6 or, and instead of the duties hereinbefore imposed, upon Linen, according to the number of threads in the inch

at option of importer, for every 1001.value. 40 0 0

0 0 2

of warp,

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 thereon.-Min. Com. Cus., 31 Dec, 1825.

No increased rate of duty to be charged on any Linen or Lawns,

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LINEN, continued.

£ d. for any additional number of threads, not ex, 2 threads, for such as are not of 30 threads, to the inch, nor for any additional number of threads not ex.5 threads, for such as are of 30 threads and upwards to the inch. Sails, for every 1001. value..

30,00 in actual use of a British Ship, and fit and necessary for such ship, and not otherwise disposed of. Free.

if and when otherwise disposed of, for every 1007. value...

20 0 0 Manufactures of Linen*, or of Linen mixed with Cotton

or with Wool, not particularly enumerated or other

wise charged with duty, for every 1001. value... 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. valuet 40 0 0 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 Importers of Linen, to pay the duties on the samples taken oat, or to return the same into the ware house 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 183. Linseed Cakes, the cwt.

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

3 15 Powder, the cwt...

5 10 Root, the cwt.

3 3 4
7 lbs. per cwt. is to be adopted as a general allowance for
Tare on Liquorice, subject to the actual taring at the option of
the officers or the merchant.--Min. Com. Cus. 27 June, 1834.

Extract or Preparation of.-See Extract.
LIQUORS, Foreign Liquors, Derelict, &c.—See Derelict.
LITHARGE of Gold or Silver, the cwt.....

0 2 0
Live CREATURES, illustrative of Natural History.
LIVERWORT.-See Lichen Islandicus, in Moss.
LOBSTERS.-See Fish.
Logwood, the ton

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

0 3 0 LUPINES, the cwt.....

0 5 0 LUTESTRINGS—See Catlings.

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MACARONI, the lb....

0 0 2 Mace, the lb. I

0 4 6 imported from any B. P. within the limits of the East India Company's Charter, the lb.......

0 3 6 Produce of, and imported from any other B. P, the Ibe 0.3 In entering “manufactures of Linen” at this rate of duty, the merchant must state in his entry, “that the number of threads in the lack of warp cannot be ascertained."-ED. + This duty will include Gloyes, provided they are of the above fabric.

See Spices.

8. d.

£ MADDER, the cwt.

02 0 Root, the cwt..

0 0 6
Madders and Madder Roots, the produce of Europe, may not be
i 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 im.
ported, ori forfeiture of the same and 1001, by the Master of the

Ship.-3 and 4 W. IV., c. 54. & 2 and 22.
MAGNA GRÆCIA WARE, for every 1001. value

5 0 0 MAHOGANY, the ton

7 10 0 imported from any British possession, the ton ...... 4 0 0 imported into the United Kingdom from the Bay of

Honduras, in a British Ship, cleared out from the port of Belize, and Mahogany imported direct from the Bay of Honduras, in a Ship cleared out from the port of Belize into a free warehousing port in any of the British Possessions in America, and there warehoused as having been so cleared and imported, and which shall be exported from the warehouse, and imported direct into the United Kingdom, provided it shall appear in the proper clearance of the Ship, importing the same into the United Kingdom, that such Mahogany had been so warehoused and exported from the warehouse as aforesaid*, the ton..., 1 10 0 The duty on Mahogany, when taken out of the warehouse for home use, 'shall be charged on the weight actually delivered.

See p. 185. Maize. See Corn. MALT.-See Corn.

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

feiture of the same.-3 and 4 Wm. IV. c. 52. $ 58. MANGANESE ORE, the ton..

0 10 0 MANGOES.See Pickles. MANNA, the lb.

0 0-3 MANUFACTURED ARTICLES, component parts of, not to be

charged with separate rates of duty. See page 43. not particularly enumerated or described. See the

last clause but one, in page 136. MANUSCRIPTS, the lb.

0 0 2 Maps or Charts, plain or col., each Map or Chart or part thereof 0 06

Maps and parts of Maps bound together as Books.-See note
S under Prints.-See also a Note under Books.
MARBLE. See Stone.
Marbles for Children. See Toys.
MARMALADE, the lb.....

0 1 3 Produce of, and imported from any B. P., the lb.. 0.01 Mastic, the cwt.

6 0 MASTS.See Wood. 7** Mats, for every £100 value*.

120 00 48 5 Wm. IV. c. 89. & 12. (15 August, 1834.)

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MATs, continued.

£ d. imported from any B. P., for every 1001. value... 5 0 0 Matring, for every 1001. value

120 0 0 import d from any B. P., for every 1001. value

5 0 o MATTRASSES,

for
every
1001. value

20 0 0 MAURITIUS ;—for the duty to be charged on goods the pro

duce of the Mauritius.—See page 207. Mead, or METHerlin, the gallon ...

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

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

0 0 Medlars, the bushel Melasses, the cwt., until the 5th July, 1836+

9 Produce of, and imported from any B. P., the cwt.

See also Sugar.
MELTING Pots, for Goldsmiths.-See Pots.
MERCURY, prepared, for every 1001. value.

30 0 Metal, viz., Bell Metal, the cwt.

1 0 0 Leaf Metal (except Leaf Gold), the packet containing 250 leaves.

0 0 3 METHEGLIN.-See Mead. Mill BOARDS, the cwt.

3 8 2 Mill STONES.--See Stone. MINERAL'WATER.See Water. MINERALS, not otherwise enumerated or described, for every 1001. value

20 00 Specimens of.–See Specimens. MIRABOLANES, or HURTOOKEY, to pay as Drugs unrated, on

application of C. Robins, 13th Dec. 1826. No. 185, MIRRORS....Toy and other Mirrors, not exceeding six inches

square if angular, and six inches in diameter if circu-
lar, are in future to be entered at the ad valorem
duty of 20 per cent., and if exceeding such dimen-
sions, at the duty payable on Plate Glass.-Min.

Com. Cus. 7 June, 1832.
Models of Cork or Wood, for every 1001. value

5 0 0 Mosaic Work. See Stone, Sculptured. Moss, viz., Lichen Islandicus, the lb.

0 0 1 Rock, for Dyers' use,

5 - not otherwise charged for every 1001. value

5 0 Mother of Pearl Suells, for every 1001. value

5 0 Mules, each....

0 10 0 MUM.See Beer. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, for every 1001. value ..

0 0 See also Note under Books. Musk, the oz. ..

0 6 Mutton. Mutton or Lamb may not he imported into the United King

dom, on forfeiture of the same.-3 and 4 Wm. IV. c. 52. § 58. Myrra, the cwt.

0 6 0

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. 4 & 5 Wm. IV. c. 89. (15 August, 1834.)

5 & 6 Wm. IV. c. 12.

£ 6. d.
NAPKINING.–See Linen.
NATRON. - See Alkali.
NAVAL STORES, purporting to have been sold abroad, which may be

imported into this country unaccompanied by a Certiticate
signed by the Commissioner or Chief Oncer of the Dock Yard,
containing a full description of such Stores, are not to be de.

livered.-Min. Com. Cus. 10 Jan. 1829.
NEEDLEWORK.-See Embroidery.
Net or TULLE.—See Lace, in Silk.
Ners, viz., Old Fishing Nets, fit only for making Paper or

Pasteboard. See Rags.
NEWSPAPERS. Foreign Newspapers imported into the United King.

dom, as regular consignments, whether bound or unbound; and
Foreign Newspapers brought in the baggage of passengers, if
bound, are to be charged with duty as an unenumerated manu.
factured article; but Foreign Newspapers brought in the bag.
gage of passengers, unbound, are to be admitted to entry with.

out payment of duty:-Min. Com. Cus. 9 April, 1829. NICARAGUA Wood, the ton ...

0 5 0 Nitre, viz., Cubic Nitre, the cwt. .

0 0 6 Sweet Spirits of, the produce of Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney, Sark, or Man, will be liable to a duty of 118. 3d. per gall., being equivalent to the Excise duty on one and a half gallons of British proof spirit, the estimated quantity requisite for the manufacture of one gallon of“ Sweet Spirits of Nitre.”—Min.Com. Cus. 15 June, 1830. On

the application of Price and Gifford, 22 March, 1830. NUTMEGS*, the lb....

0 3 6 imported from any B. P. within the limits of the East India Company's Charter, the lb.

0 2 6 the produce of, and imported from any other B, P., the lb. o 2 6 Nuts, viz., Cashew Nuts and Kernels, the cwt.

0 10 0 Castor Nuts or Seeds, the cwt. ....

0.0 6 CokerorCoco Nuts, the Produceofany B.P.the 1200 Nuts 0 1 0 Cokert Nut Fibre is to be admitted at all times, and

under all circumstances, at the duty payable upon Hemp.-Privy Council Office, 27 July, 1835. Chestnuts, the bushel ...

0 2 0 Pistachio Nuts, the cwt....

0 10 0 Small Nuts, the bushel

0 2 0 Walnuts, the bushel .

0 2 0 Nuts, commonly called “ground Nuts," imported

from Africa, are to be admitted to entry as Seed for
Crushing, at the duty of ls, per quarter. ... Treas.

Order, 16 July, 1835. - not otherwise enum, or described, for every 100l. value 20 0.0 Nux Vomica, the lb...

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* See Spices,

+ The order says, cocoa-nut fibre, but I apprehend it should be as I have stated it. -Ed.

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