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ALKALI, continued.

£ d. ex. 25 and not ex. 30 per cent. ditto.....

0 18 4 ex. 30 and not ex. 40 per cent. ditto....

1 3 4 If containing more than 40 per cent of such Alkali, the cwt.

1 10 0 (Natural), imported from any place within the limits of the East India Company's Charter, the ton*. .

2 0 0 ALKANET Root, the cwt.t ..

0 2 0 ALKERMES, Confection of, the oz... .......

0 8 ALMOND Paste, for every 1001. value....

60 ALMONDSt, viz. : Bitter, the cwt.....

0 4 Jordan, the cwt. .

2 0 of any other sort, the cwt.........

1 0 Aloes, the lb.t..

0 0
the produce of, and imported from, any British posses-
sion,t the lb.

0 0 2 ALUM, the cwt..

0 17 6 Roch, the cwt.

011 8 Amber, Beads, the lb...

0 12 0 Rought, the lb..

0 6 Manufactures of, not otherwise enumerated, the lb..

0 12 0 AMBERGRIS, the ozt.

0 0 6 AMBRA LIQUIDA, the lb...

0 3 4 AMMUNITION.-See Arms. ANCHOR STOCKS.-See Wood. Anchovies, the 1b. I.

0 0 2 An adequate tare is to be allowed for the package, and one

third part for salt and pickle.-Min. Com. Cus. 24 Jan. 1792. ANGELICA, the cwt.f ..

0 4 Annatto, viz., Flag, the cwt.t.

0 1 0 Ro the cwt.t.

4 0 ANTIMONY, viz., Crude, the cwt.t

08 0 Regulus of, the cwt.t

0 16 0 Ore.-See Ore. Apples, the bushel .

0 4 0 Dried, the bushel

0 7 0 AQUA-FORTIS, the cwt.

0 14 3 ARRANGOES, for every 1001. value

20 0 0 ARCHELIA.See Orchelia. ARGOL, the cwt.t..

0 0 6 ARISTOLOCHIA, the lb.

0 0 10 ARQUEBUSADE WATER.—See Spirits.

* 1 and 2 Wm. IV., c. 16. (14 Dec. 1830.)
+ 2 and 3 Wm. IV., c. 48. (4 Aug. 1832.)
+ 10 Geo. IV., c. 43. (22 June, 1829.)

ARMS, ammunition, and utensils of war

£ s. d. may not be imported into the United Kingdom by way of merchandize, except by Licence from His Majesty, snch Licence to be granted for furnishing His Majesty's Publick Stores only; on forfeiture of the same.-6 Geo. IV. c. 107. Nor may such

articles be entered to be warehoused. ARROW Root, or Powder, the lb.

0 0 2 Produce of, and imported from, any B. P., the cwt.* 0 1 0 ARSENIC, the cwt.*

08 0 ASAPETIDA.-See Gum. ASSARUM Root, the lb....

0 0 8 Ashes, viz., Pearl and Pot, the cwt....

0 6 0 Produce of, and imported from, any B.P.

free Soap, Wood, and Weed, the cwt.

0 1 8 not otherwise enumerated, for every 100l. value. 20 0 0 ASPHALTUM, the cwt.*

0 4 0 Asses, each......

0 0 0 AURIPIGMENTUM, or Orpiment, the cwt.

1 8 6

BACON, the cwt.

1 8 0 There is no prohibition on the importation of Bacon; but by the 7 Geo. IV., c. 48, it may not be entered to be warehoused, except for exportation only; and when so warehoused it cannot be

taken out for home use. BALAUSTIA, the lb.

0 0 10 Balm of Gilead, the lb.

0 4 6 Balsam, viz., Canada, the lb.*

0 0 1 Capivi, the cwt*

0 4 0 Riga, the lb.

0 1 0 and further as Foreign Spirits, the gallon.

1 10 0 Peru, the lb.*

0 1 0 Tolu, the lb.*

0 2 0 all Balsams, not otherwise enumerated or described, the lb....

0 4 6 BANDSTRING Twist, the dozen knots, each knot containing 32 yards

0 5 0 Barilla, the tont

2 0 0 For any Barilla used in bleaching linen, the duty paid on the importation will be repaid to the person so using it, provided he shall, within three calendar months next after the 5th January in each year, produce to the Commissioners of the Customs an account of the total quantity of Barilla so used by him in the preceding year; shewing when and where the same had been used, and also prove to the satisfaction of the said Commissioners that the Barilla mentioned in such account had, within such year, been actually used by him in the process of bleaching linen; and thereupon a debenture shall issue for making such repayment at the port at or near to which such Barilla shall have been so used.-7 'Geo. IV., c. 48, $ 40, and 1 & 2 Wm. IV., c. 16, § 8.

Barilla, the produce 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 produce, or in ships of the country from which it is imported, on forfeiture of the same, and 1001. by the master of the vessel.–6 Geo. IV. c. 109;-7 and 8 Geo. IV. £ s. d. BARK, viz. for Tanner's or Dyer's use, the cwt.*

c. 56.

• 2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84. (4 Aug. 1832.) +7 Geo. IV. c. 48. (6 July, 1826.) 0 12 0 BEEF (except Beef salted, not being Beef, commonly called Corned Beef, and except Beef imported from the Isle of Man, being the produce thereof) may not be imported into the United Kingdom, except to be warehoused for exportation only, on forfeiture of the same.—6 Geo. IV. c. 107, $ 52; 7 Geo. IV, c. 48, 86; 7 & 8 Geo. IV. c. 56, $3.

0 0 8 imported from any British Possession, the cwt.*.

0 0 1 of other sorts, the lb.*,

0 0 1 Extract of, or of other Vegetable Substances, to be

used only for Tanning Leather, imported from any
British Possession, the cwt.*.

0 0 1
Oak Bark, the produce 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 produce, or in ships
of the country from which it is imported; on forfeiture of the
goods, and 1001. by the Master of the vessel.-6 Geo. IV. c. 109;
7 & 8 Geo. IV. c. 56.
Bark to be used solely for the purpose of tanning leather,

may be imported into the United Kingdom from New
South Wales, or its dependencies, or Norfolk Island,
or Van Diemen's Land, or New Zealand, (on the
production of a certificate of the growth,) until the
1st Jan. 1833 ...

Free. Barrels.-Empty Barrels of British manufacture are allowed to be

delivered into Craft alongside the importing Vessel, a duty free
entry being first passed, and declaration made by the Importer
that the Barrels had been exported by him with merchandize,
and are now returned to him his property; the Officers taking
care that the Barrels are empty, and correspond with the

entry.-Min. Com. Cus. 22 June, 1829. Barwood, the ton

0 7 0 Basket Rods, the bundle not exceeding three feet in circumference at the band

0 1 0 Baskets, for every 1001. value

20

0 0 Bast Ropes, the cwt.

0 10 0 BDELLIUM, the lb....

0 18 Beads, Amber, the lb.

0 12 0 Arangoe, for every 1001. value

20 0 0 Coral, the lb.

0 15 10 Crystal, the 1000.......

1 8 6 Jet, the lb.

0 3 2 not otherwise enumerated, for every 1001. value

30 00 Beans, Kidney or French, the bushel .

0 0 10 Beds—the duty on Feather Beds is payable according to the

quantity of Feathers they contain.-See Feathers. Beef, Saltedt, (not being Corned Beef,) the cwt. ....

# 2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84. (4 Aug. 1832.)
+ Fresh beef is still prohibited, as also beef slightly salted.
* 7 and 8 Geo. IV. c. 56. (6 July, 1827.)

0

£ 8. d. BEEF, or Pork,

Exported from the Warehouse, must be taken on board as
Merchandize only, and not consumed as Stores during the voy.

age.---See page 194.
Beer-Wood, unmanufactured, imported from New South
Wales, the ton

0 5 0 BEER, viz. Mum, the barrel of 32 gallons

3 1 1 Spruce, the barrel of 32 gallons...

3 6 Beer or Ale, of all other sorts, do.

2 13 0 BENJAMIN, or Benzoin, the cwt.*

0 4 0 Berries, the cwt.*,

0 2 0 Bezoar Stones, the oz.

0 2 6 BIGG or BeaR.-See Corn. Birds, viz. Singing Birds, the dozen

0 8 0 Bitumen JUDIACUM, the cwt.*

0 4 0 BLACKING, the cwt.

3 12 0 BLADDERS, the dozen

0 6 BLUBBER See Train Oil, in Oil. BOLE ARMENIC, or Armenian Bole, the cwt.....

0 8 0 Bones of Cattle and other Animals, and of Fish, except Whale Fins, for every 1001. value

1 0 0 BONNETS.-See Hats. Books, being editions printed prior to the year 1801, bound or unbound, the cwt.

1 0 0 being of editions printed in or since the year 1801, bound or unbound, the cwt.

5 0 0 See Order under Prints. Old Account Books are to be delivered duty free.

Min. Com. Cus., 29th October, 1816. To prevent Foreign Books and Maps, the property of individuals, from being charged with duty more than once, the proprietor shall on each importation subsequent to the original one, make a declaration that the duties were paid thereon on their original importation, or that he purchased them in this country in a fair way of trade; that such are the same he exported from thence, and are now brought back for his private use, and not for sale in this country.-Treas. Order, 31 Oct. 1818.

No person shall print, reprint, or import any Books into the United Kingdom, withont the consent of the Proprietor of the copy-right, under forfeiture of the same, and 3d. for every sheet.-54 Geo. III.c. 156, $4.

No Books first composed, written, or printed in the United Kingdom, and printed or reprinted in any other country, imported for sale, except Books not reprinted in the United Kingdom within twenty years; or being parts of collections, the greater parts of which had been composed or written abroad, shall be imported into the United Kingdom, on forfeiture thereof.-6Geo. IV. c. 107, $ 52.

Books first composed or written, or printed and published in the United Kingdom, and reprinted in any other country or place, may not be entered to be ware. housed.-$ 53.

The permission to import into this country, for private use, English works, reprinted abroad, is to be confined to a single copy of each work, brought as part of a passengers baggage, and such permission limited to the introduction of books by passengers, for the private use of the parties themselves.--Treas. Order, 29 June, 1830,

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£ d Boots, Shoes, and Calashes,* viz. Womens' Boots and Calashes, the dozen pairs... 1 10 0

if lined or trimmed with Fur or other Trimming,
the dozen pairs

1 16 0
Womens Shoes with Cork or Double Soles, quilted
Shoes, and Clogs, the dozen pairs ...

1 6 0
if lined or trimmed with Fur or other Trimming,
the dozen pairs

1 9 0
Womens' Shoes of Silk, Satin, Jeans, or other Stuffs,
Kid, Morocco, or other Leather, the dozen pairs ... 0 18 0

if trimmed or lined with Fur or other Trimming,
the dozen pairs

1 4 0 Childrens' Boots, Shoes, and Calashes, not ex. 7 in. in

length, to be charged with two-thirds of the above

duties.
Mens' Boots, the dozen pairs

2 14 0
Shoes, the dozen pairs

14 0 Childrens' Boots and Shoes not ex. 7 in. in length, to be

charged with two-thirds of the above duties. Boracic Acid, the cwt.t ..

0 4 0 Borax or Tincal, viz. Refined, the cwt.t

0 10 Unrefined, the cwt.t

4 0 BOTARGO, the lb.....

0 1 Bottles, viz. of Earth or Stone, empty, the dozen...... 0 3 2 and further, full or empty, the cwt...

0 0
of Glass, covered with wicker, the dozen quarts (con-
tent)

1 2 0
and further, the cwt.

4 0
of Green or Common Glass, not of less content than
one pint, and not being Phials, ģ viz.

full (if containing Wines or Spirits 1) the dozen
quarts content..

0 4 empty, the dozen quarts content.

0 2 0
of Green or Common Glass, full, but not containing

“ Wine or Spirits,” computing all Bottles of not
greater content than half a pint as of the content of
half a pint; and all bottles of greater content than
half a pint, and not of greater content than a pint, or
a reputed pint, as of the content of a pint, or of a re-
puted pint : viz.
... Imported from any Foreign Place, the dozen
quarts content ||

0 2 0
Imported from any B. P. and although containing
Wine or Spirits, the dozen quarts content |||

0 1 0 * 10 Geo. IV. c. 43. (22 June, 1829.) + 2 and 3 Wm. IV., c. 84 (4 Aug. 182.)

See the One Shilling duty on Boítles, containing Wines and Spirits iinported from the British Possessions.

| 9 Geo. IV. c.76. (11 Aug. 1828.) Demijohns, or large bottles of green glass, are to be charged with a duty of four shillings the dozen quarts content.-Min. Com. Cus. 31 Dec. 1825.

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