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one whole amount ther of : and whese there is more than one Surveyor in any districi, each of them shall receive his proportionable part of such fees, as sball arise iu tre part for wbic he is appoinied: provided always, that in all cases where the tonnage of any ship or vessel shall be ascertained by any persone appointed for that purpose, such persons shall receive a reasonable compensation the refor out of the sees aforesaid, before any distribution thereof as aforesaid. Under the act to establish the compensation of the officers employed in the collec

tion of the duties on imports and tommage passed the 2d March, 1799. For every entrance of any sbip or ves. For every pero.it to land goods (a)0 20

rel of one hundred tons burihen and For every hond taken officially, 'O 40 upwards,

$2 50 For every pemil 10 lavd goods For every clearance of any ship for exporia ion, which are enor vessel of one hundred tons litled to diawbark,

0 30 borthen and upwards, 2 50 For every debentire, or other For every clear.bce of any ship official ceruficate,

0 20 or vesse i under the buiten of For every bit of heal h

(b) 0 20 one hundred tons

I 50 For every official document (re Forevery entrance of any ship gisters excepted) roquired by

or vesse i under the burthen of any merchant, uwwer, or mastur one hundred tons,

1 50 of any vessel, nut before enuFor every post en ry, 2 00 merated,

0 20 Where a Naval Oficer is appointed to the same port, the said fees shall be equaily divided between the Collector and the said Naval Officer, the lates paying one-third the expense of the veressary stationary, and of the rent if an office, to be provided hy vie Collector, at the place assig. ed for his resi. dence, ac., except the expense of fuel, office rent, and necessary stationary for the Collectors of the Districts of Salem and Beverly, Boston and Charles town, the cities of New York, Philadelphia, and Charleston, the towns of Balumore, Norfolk, and Portsmouth, which shall be paid thre-fourths by the sild Collectors, and the other one.fourth by the respective Naval Officer's in those distriers-Provided that is all fees arising on the exportations of any goods on which crawbacks are allowed, shal, be equally shared among the Collectors, Naval Oficer, and Snrveyor, where there are sui h officers at the port where the fres are paid, &c. and where there is no Noval Officer, surd fees shall be equally d.vided be ween the Collector and Surveyor, wo may be concerned in attending to such exporiation, aıd the Surveyor shall pay their proportion of ihe expenses of sationary and printing. To each Surveyor, for the admeasuremeni and certitying he same,

of every ship or vessel of one bundred tons and under, one cent per con; for the aumeasuremen of every ship or vessel above one lundred ions and pot exceed. ing iwo hundred tons, one hundred and fifty cents; for every ship or vessel above iwo hundred tous, two hundred cents; for all other services by the act in question to be performed by such Surveyor, on board any ship or vessel of one hunered tons and upwards having on board goods subjeci to duty, three dollars; for the like services on board any ship or vessel of less than one bundred tons burthen, having on board goods liable to duty, one and a hair dollars; on all vessels not having on board goods subject to duty, two-thirds of a dollar. All which fees shall be paid by the master or owner of the ship or vessel in which he said services shall be performed, to the Surveyor by

whom they shall be performed if performed by one only for his sole benefit; but if performed by more than one, to him who shall bave the first agency, to be divided i, equal paris between him and the other or others by whom the said services shall be

pei formed, Note - The fees in ihc preceding act are applicable exclusively to vessels ** This fee chargeable on granting a sea letter. (a) I his fee is chargeab! for the bond on granting a Mediterranean passport.

engaged in the foreign trade, and services to be performed under the collection law of the same date. Compensation of Inspectors of the Customs, under the act of 2d March, 1799.

To each Inspector there shall be allowed, for every day he shall be actually employed in aid of the customs, a sum not exceeding iwo doilars, and for every other person that the Collector may find it necessary and expedient (o employ as occasional Inspectors, or in any other way in aid of the revenue a like sum, whilst actually so employed, not exceeding two dollars.

Note-By the act of 26th April, 1816, an additional allowance of fifty per cent. is authoriz-d, making the maximum compensation of the Inspectors of the Customs three dollars per day—but this amount is not allowed to all the Inspectors. The raie in the different ports is regulated with reference to the expense of living, the responsibility of the officers, the extent of com: merce, &c. Compensation of Deputy Inspectors of the Revenue, under act of March 2, 1799

Two cents and one half, for every cask, or package, of foreign distilled spirits, wines or teas, by them marked and returned to tneir respective principals.

Compensation of Measurers, under the act of 2d March, 1799. 1. For every hundred bushels of grain,

$0 20 2. Foevery hundred bushels of sali according to the weight established

by law for the payment of the duiies thereon-say 56 lbs. per bushel, 0 50 3. For every hu dred bushels of coal,

0 60 Compensation of Weighers, under the act of 2d March, 1799. For weighing every hundred and twelve pounds, and marking every cask, box or packige, weighing more than 200 pounds each, except sugar, coffee, pepper, pimenti, indigo, in bales, bags, mats, cannisters, or seroons, with the weight in durable characters, in the districts of Pensylvania, New York, Boston and Charlestown, and Baltimore, one cent and a quarter : in the district of Norfolk, one cent and a hall; and in other districts two cents.

Compensution of Gaugers, under the act of 2d March, 1799. For gauging and marking every cask, to be marked in durable characters with his own name and the quantity, eight cents ; for computing the contents of, and marking cases containing distilled spirits and wines, three cents per case ; for actually counting the number of bottles of cider, beer, ale, perry, or porter, contained in any cask, or other package or packages, one cent per dozen ; ani in proportion for any greater or lessor quan ity.

Note - To the compensations of the Measurers, Weighers and Gaugers, as fixed by the act of 2nd March, 1799, the act of 26th April, 1816, authorized an additional allowance of 50 per cent.

By the act of 6th April, 1802, repealing the internal duties, the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to designate the Collectors of the Customs who are to prepare and issue the certificates to accompany wines, distilled spirits and teas, previously prepared and issued by the supervisors of the revenge.

For the purpose of carrying said law into effect, a Collector of the Customs is designated for each State, who is entitled to a fee of 2 cents for every cer. tificate of the kind alluded to and the Inspectors of the revenue, in relation to the same service are entitled to the following fees :

1. For every certificate to accompany foreign distilled spirits, 1} cents 2. For every certificate to accompany wines and tear,

2 cents For every certificate of citizenship issued by a Collector to a seaman or the United States, under the 4th section of the act of 28th May, 1796, the Collector is entitled to a fee of 25 cents; and 10 a like fee under the 1st sec tion of the act of 28th February, 1803, for certifying the lists of the crews of American vessels.

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2,898

1,488

15,939

Statistical view of the Commerce of the United States, exhibiting the value of every description

of Imports from, and the value of every description of Ea ports to, each Foreign country
also, the tonnage of American and Foreign vessels arriving from, and departing to, ench
Foreign country, during the year ending on the 30th day of September, 1833.
COMMERCE.

NAVIGATION.
Value of Exports.
Countries
Value of

Amer. T'onnage. For'gn Tou ge.
Domestic / Foreign

Ep.
Imports.

De

DeTotal. produce. produce.

Entered

parted. ! tered. parted. Dollars. Dollars. Dollars. Doliars. Tons. Tons. Toas. Tons. Russia 2,772,550 223,734 480,071 703,805 17,075

6,498 4,135 Prussia 124,570 12,812

12,812 496) Swed'a & Nor 1,168,697 244,587 70,262

314,849 11,573 1,806 9,591 Swedish W. I. 32,202 100,163 5,057 105,220

2,256 3,395 260 283 Denmark

28,172 180,511)

112,453
292,964 853 2,907

791 Danish W. I. 1,138,700 1,279,670 267,200 1,546,870 22,657

33,642 2,418 3,512 Netherlands 1,166,855 1,634,353 722,409 2,356,762 18,5901 22,483 4,864

6,938 Dutch E. Indies 750,290 93,352 680, '891 774,841 3,934

7,497 1,740 Dutch W.Indies

380,871
288,205 54,038 342 243

11,478

290 80 Dutch Guiana 49,326 92,515

92,515 Belgium

139,628 644,112 361,499 1,005 611 5,815 4,463 371 4,993 England 36,668,315 29,582,673 1,452,768 31,035,441 199,177) 183,928 111,595 87,602 Scotland

1,025,229 1,186,46 21,058 1,207,527 2,876 2,523 16,565 9,860 Ireland 152,280 120,482

120,482 1,529 1,406 15,232 1,343 Gibraltar

182,508
573,076 164,570

737,646
4,206 18,311 403

1,370 Malta 31,073 50,80

50,828 British E.Indies 1,832,059 136,156 188,843 324,999 5,955

6,735 British W Indies 1,358,239 1,754,305 59,760 1,814,065 53,537 64,659 26,638 21,775 British Guiana 7,448 4,752

4,752 Brit'h A. Coto's

1,793,393 4,390,081 81,003| 4,471,084 211,919 221,972 210,287 249,486 Cape of G. Hop: 13,700 7,562

7,562

207 Other Brit. Col.

7,854
7,854 646 152

97

407 Mauritius

313 21,621

222 Hanse Towns 2,227,726 2,108,110 795,186 2,903,296 14,421 9,296 22,893 27,163 France on Atl'c 12,351,626 9,759,685 2,196,812 11,966,497 70,264 77,127

9,585 14,797 France on Med. 1,030,052 1,036,898 768,826 1,805,724 10,452 14,976 3,574 3,922 French East I.

19,993
6,586 2,968 9,554

371 French West I. 511,242 613,7191 24,346 638,065

22,095 27,367 8,825 6,716 French Guiana

4,693

4,693 Spain on Atian. 337,794 201,619 24,571 226,190 9,141 5,723 665) 1,537 Spain on Med 'n 806,714 136,150 546

136,696 10,076 4,345

422 2,059 Teneriffe, &c. 143,090 24,313 15,355 39,666 3,236

2,342

97 Manilla, c. 504,498 1,021 8,376

9,397 3,334

994 Cuba

9,754, 87 3,966,113 1,706,587 5,672,700 122,694 133,698 34,053 31,081 Other Sp. W. I. 1,879,324 393,992 27,398 421,390

210

28,762 13,869 1,824 Portugal 170,1891 73,313 5,330 78,643 9,345

2,138

1,026 Madeira 319,349 119,341

369 15,642 134.083 2,157 3,801 369 Fayal, kc. 26,281 18,387

3,528
21,915 1,404

910
39,318
Cape de Verdel.
162,0331 44,987 207,020

816

4,1241 6,014 Italy 999,134 70,304 301,822 372,186

832 10,676 6,055

747 Sicily 165,714 6,123 2,940 9,063 2,491

376 Trieste 314,611 146,517 408,447 554,964 4,654

3,304 1,724

1,701 Turkey 786,044 167,2081

203 518,471 685,679 3,876 4,514 Hayti

656 1,740,058 1,147,809| 280,154 1,427,963| 30,424 28,425 655 Mexico

5,452,813 1649,314 3,753,777 5,408,091 30,002 30,548 Central Amer'a 267,740 267,760 307,256

575 016

170

2,626 2,933 Honduras

101,615 70,522 28,724 99,246 2,176 1,527 96 Colombia

1,52 1,622 439,984 517,559 957,543 10,574 9,467 1,117 1,014 Brazil

5,089,693 2,474,555 797,546 3,272,101 35,024 49,735 209 1,017 Argentine Rep. 1,377,117 391

385 205,337 699,728 11,522 7,096 269 Cisplatine Rep.

1,129 Chili

334,130 730,1-20 733,800 1,463,940 2,080 8,500 Peru 654,630

192

73 S. A. generally 18,400 121,050

121,050 1,088

324 485 China

7,541,570 537,774 895,985 1,433,759 15,334 9,538 Europe, gene'y

270 45,430 520 45,950

533

2,493 Asia, generally 269,425 60,152 477,042 537,194

2,809

6,599 Africa, generoy 441,809 215,222

824 120,146 335,368

7,675 6,762 222 W. l., generally 353,061 14,712 367,773 1,061 11,348

2,001 E. I., generally

314 780 South Seas

22,651

63,305 79,793 133,098 41,605 55,400 N.W.coast of A.

22,292 11,266

33,558 Uncertain

ports 1,811 Total 1108,118,311 70,317,698|19,822,73500,140,433 1,111,441 1,142,160 496,705 497,0391

1,671

.

376

5,122 4,359

494,2

1,982

341

Value of Merchandise imported from each country, during the year ending September 30,

1833 ; distinguishing the amount free of duty; the amount paying duties ad valoremi the amount paying specific duties; the amount imported in American vessels ; and the amount imported in Foreign vessels.

WHENCE IMPORT

ED.

Free of Paying, Paying

duties ad specific
valorem. duties.

Total.

duty.

In

In foreign American

vessels. vessels.

124,570 748, 358

21,879 28, 1721

142, 733

135,171

21,621

Russia

74,587 1,045,530 1,652,433 2,772,550 2,708,406 64,144 Prussia

8,114 99,556 Sweden and Norway

16,900

124,570 2,536 5,730 1,160,431 1,168,697

420,339 Swedish West Indies 14,849 1,053 16,300

32,202

10,323 Denmark

18 3,545 24,609 28,172 Danish West Indies

309,541 57,449 771,710 1,138,700 1,039,805 98,895 Holland

278,276 345,844 542,736 1,166,850 1,144,515 22,341 Dutch East Indies

453,868

9,0371

287,385 750,290 748,655 1,635 Dutch West Indies

215,142| 5,316 160,413 380,871 380,521 350 Dutch Guiana

11,900

27 37,399 49,326 47,940 1,386 Belgium

26,971 70,424

42,233 139,628 139,628 England

2,459,836 29,368,604 4,839,875' 36,668,315 33,809,692 2,858,623 Scotland 17,547 737,553 270,129 1,025,229

882,496 Ireland

3.426 96,407 52,447 152,280 17,109 Gibraltar

41,347 9,468 131,693 182,508) 182,508 Malta 10,887 2,431 17,755 31,073

20,019

11,054 British East Indies

692,919 1,000,821 138,319 1,832,059 1,832,059 Mauritius

200

21,421 21,621 Cape of Gocd Hope

9,652 251 3,797 13,700 13,700 British West Indies

733,173 26,370 598,696 1,358,239 1,063,051 295,188 British Ameri'n Colonies 1,354,116 90,2651 349,012 1,793,3931,282,790 510,603 British Guiana .

1,801
3 5,644 7,448

7,448 Hanse Towns, &c. • 162,275 1,941,761 123,690 2,227,726 979,220 1,248,506 France on the Atlantic

252,088 10,498,075 1,60°,463 12,351,626 11,915,348 436,278 France on the Mediter'n 367,779

251,744

460,529 1,080,052 857,182 222,870 French East Indies 4,093 230 15,670 19,993

19,993 French West Indies 121,855 1,218 388, 169 511,242 479,007 32,235 Hayti

1,197,812 39,857 502,389 1,740,058 1,704,394 35,064 Spain on the Atlantic 69,969 48,198 219,627 337,794

273,886 63,908 Spain on the Mediter'n

144,860 70,578 591,276 806,714 769,007 Teneriffe &other Cana's

37,707 54,019 190 93,881 148,090

148,090 Manilla & Philip'e Islds 300,788 102,949 100,761 504,498 504,498 Cuba

3,308,453 Other Spanish W. Indies

381,636 6,064,698 9,754,787 7,878,860 1,875,927

381,502 1,821 1,496,001 1,879,324 1,739,020 140,304 Portugal

7,089 20,998
142, 102 170,189 153,187

17,002 Madeira

5,454 484 313,411 319,349 285,621 33,728 Fayal and other Azores 11,055

1,586 13,640

26,281

26,281 Cape de Verde Islands 27,756

148 11,414 39,318

39,318 374,348 516,593 108,193 999, 134 967,397 31,737 Sicily

120,910 24,901 19,903 165,714 148,134 17,580 Trieste, &c.

200,585 77,674 36,352 314,611 224,355 90,256 Turkey, Levant, Egypt 560,983 134,995 90,066 786,044 786,044 China

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Italy

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5,153,685 1,651,265 736,620 7,541,570 7,541,570 Mexico

5,215,936 177,893 58,989 5,452,818 5,248,087 204,731 Honduras

87,548 14,051

16
101,615

100,721 894 Central Rep'c of America 227,996 32,966

6,778

267,740 Colombia

1,091,050 209,953 223,619 1,524,622 1,355,388 169,234 Brazil 3,377,693 118,659 1,593,341 5,089,693 5,089,624

69 Argentine Republic 1,290, 766

27,392

58,959 1,377,117 1,317,049 60,068 Chile

330,951 143 3,036 334,130 334,130 Peru:

649,728 4,591 311 654,630 654,630 South America, generally 7,233

15 11,161 18,409 12,470 5,939 Asia, generally

188,621 370 80,434 269,425 269,425 Africa, generally,

409,867 24,719

7,223
441,809 421,455)

20,354 Sandwich Islands 1,094

1,094

1,094 South Seas

21,403

154 21,557 21,557 Uncertain Ports

1,012

799 1,811 1,811 Total value, 1833 8 32,447,950 49,354,349 26,316,012 108,118,311 98,060,772 10,057,539 Total value, 1832 8 14,249,453|52,777,381 34,002,432/101,029,26690,298,229 10,731,037

267,740

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Value of Merchandise exported to cach country, during the year ending September 30, 1833;

distiuguishing the amount of free duty; the amount paying duties ad valorem; the amount paying specific duties ; the amount exported in American vessels; and the amount exported in Foreign vessels.

In

WHITHER EXPORTED.

Free of Paying, Paying
duty.

duties ad specific Total.
valorem. duties.

In American foreign vessels. vessels.

665,274

42,892

Russia

181,181 32,224 266,666 480,071 480,071 Sweden and Norway

34,762

35,500 70,2621 46,764 23,498 Swedish West Indies

164

25 4,8681 5,057 4,838 219 Denmark

70,118
32,510 9,825 112,453

108,625

3,828 Danish West Indies

48,848 135,541 84,811 267,200 256, 747 10,453 Belgium

304,951 27,789 28,759 361,499 173,023 188,476 Netherlands 408,238 103,042 211,129 722,409

57,135 Dutch East Indies

597,414 45.425 38,150

680,9891 680,989
Dutch West Indies
4,730 29,395 19,913 54,0381

53,846

192 England

710,489 571,330 170,949 1,452,768| 407, 285 1,045,483 Scotland

540 20,518

21,058 18,239 2,819 Gibraltar 110,647 32,731 21,192 164,570

164,570 British East Indies

113,089

32,862 188,8431 188,843
British West Indies

10,998
23,926 24,836 59,760

16,895 42,865 British American Colonies

36,357

15,041 29,005 81,003 28,814 52,189 Hanse Towns

394,229 110,551 290,406 795,1861 177,922 617,264 France on the Atlantic

859,532 514,481 822,799 2,196,812 832,060 1,364,752 France on the Mediterranean 441,680 23,265 303,881 768,826 613,374 149,452 French West Indies

7,344 5,969

11,033

24,346 24,346 Bourbon

2,968

2,968 2,968 Spain on the Atlantie

22,441 1,374 756

24,571 14,935 9,636 Spain on the Mediterranean

252

294
5461
463

83 Teneriffe and other Canaries 11,825 2,515 915

15,355 9,217 6,138 Manilla and Philippine Islands 790

7,586

8,376 8,376 Cuba

544,149 912,487 249,951 1,706,587 1,065,857 640,730 Other Spanish West Indies 9,941 13,918 3,539 27,398 26,648 750 Portugal

5,330

5,330

5,330
Madeira

6,071
3,655 5,916 15,642 13,940

1,702
Fayal and other Azores
778 613 2,137 3,528

3,528 Cape de Verde Islands

2,632 34,554 7,301 44,9871 25,265 19,272 Italy

113,412
25,133 163,277

301,8221 290,864 10,958 Sicily

2,883
47 2,9401

2,940 Trieste

336,931 39,392 32,124

408,447

349,7661 58,681 Turkey

260,650 26,537 231,284 518,471 518,471 Hayti

13,961 242,327 23,806

280, 154

266,128 14,026 Mexico

250,001 3,122,273 385,897 3,753,777 3,395,064 363,718 Central America

53,420 225,902 27,934 307,256 300,479 777
Honduras
1.264 26,045 1,415 28,724

28,724
Colombia
99,893 378,072 39,594 517,559

457 719

59,840 Brazil

234,491 353,710 209,345 546 796,570 976 Argentine Republic

66,703 97,088 41,5401 205,337 205,337 Chile

165,283 448,248 120,269 733,800 733, 800 China

460,673 339,541 95,771 895,9851 895,985 West Indies, generally

11,454 2, 409

849

14,712 14,712 Europe, generally

520

5201 520
Asia, generally
395,731 49,863 31,448 477,042)

477,042
Africa, generally

2,732 66,986 50,428 120,146 119,493 653 South Seas

124 68,022

11,6-7 79.793 79,793 North West Coast of America

520 7,360

11,266 11,266 Total value, 1833 - 87,410,766 8,260,381 4,151,588 19,822,735 15,072,785 4,749,950 Exported, entitled to drawback

7,645,9413,878,387 11,524,328 8,933,188 2,591,140 Do. not entitled to drawback 7,410,766 614,440 273,201 8,298,407 6,139,597 2,158,810 Entitled to drawback, 1832

7,057,292 10674601 17,731,893 13,667,021 4,064,872 Not entitled to drawback, 1832 5,590,616 592,513 124,451 6,307,560 5,547,849 759,731 Total Foreign Exports, 1832 8 5,590,616 7,649,805 10799052 24,039,473 19,214,870 4,824,603 Entitled to drawback, 1831 .

7,610,780 4,110,001 11,720,781 7,866,408 3,854,373 Not entitled to drawback, 1831 7,599,043 623,166 90,536 8,312,745 8,008,534 304,211 Total Foreign Exports, 1831

817,599,04368,233,9464,200,537 20,033,526 15,874,942|4,158,584

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