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TARIFF OF GREAT BRITAIN-Continued.

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MANUFACTURES--Continued.
undressed hemp, and applicable to the same

purpose
Oats, 258. and under 26s. the quarter
And in respect of each integral shilling by which

such price shall be above 258., such duty shall be
decreased by ls. 6d. until such price shall be

31 shillings.
At or above 31s, the quarter
Under 25s. and not under 24s, the quarter
And in respect of each integral shilling, or any part

of each integral shilling, by which such price
shall be under 24s., such duiy shall be increased

by 1s. 6d. Rye, peas, and beans, 36s. and under 37s. the

quarter. And in respect of each integral shilling by which

such price shall be above 36s., such duty shall
be decreased by 1s. 6d., until such price shall be

46s.
At or above 46s. the quarter.
Under 36s. and not under 35s.
And in respect of each integral shilling, or any

part of each integral shilling, by which such
price shall be under 35s., such duty shall be in-

creased ls. 6d. Wheat, meal, and flour--For every barrel, being

196 lbs., a duty equal in amount to the duty pay.

able on 38.! gallons of wheat. Oatmeal-For every quantity of 181. lbs., a duty

equal in amount to the duty payable on a quarter

of oais.
Butter, the cwt.
Buttons, for every £100 of the value
Bottles, viz.-Of earth or stone, empty, the dozen
And further, full or empiy, the cwt.
Of glass, covered with wicker, the dozen quarts
And further, the cwt.
Of green or common glass, not of less content

than one pint, and not being phials, viz.-full,
if containing wine or spirits, the dozen quarts,

(content) Empty Of green or common glass; full, but not contain

ing 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 of a reputed pint, as of the

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MANUFACTURES--Continued.
content of a pint, or a reputed pint, viz.—the

dozen quarts content
Of glass, not otherwise enumerated or described,
for

cvery £100 of the value
And further, for every £100
Linseed or hempseed oil, the tun
Turpentine, not being of greater value than 12s.

the cwt. thereof, the cwt.
Being of greater value than 12s. the cwt. thereof,

and not greater than 15s. the cwt. thereof, the

CWt.
Cordage or cable, tarred and untarred, (standing

and running rigging in use excepted, the cwt. If otherwise disposed of, for every £100 of the

value Iron, viz.—In bars or unwrought, the ton Slit or hammered into rods, and iron drawn or

hammered less than three-fourths of an inch square, the cwt. Chroinate of iron, the ton Cast

, for every £100 of the value
Hoops, the cwt.
Old broken, and old cast iron, the cwt.
Ore, the ton
Pig iron, the ton
Iron wire, not otherwise enumerated or described
Wrought, not otherwise enumerated or described
for every £100 of the value
Chocolate and cocoa paste, the pound
Gunpowder, the cwt.
Gunpowder may not be imported into the United
Kingdom withont license from his Majesty, such
license to be granted for the furnishing of his
Majesty's stores, public only, on forfeiture of
the same.—6 George IV. c. 107. Nor may gun-

powder be entered to be warehoused.
Copper, viz.-Ore, the cwt.
Old, fit only to be manufactured, the cwt.
In plates and copper coin, the cwt.
Unwrought, viz.— In bricks or pigs, rose copper,

and all cast copper, the cwt. In

part wrought, viz.—Bars, rods, or ingots hammered or raised, the cwt. 1 Brass wire, not otherwise enumerated, or copper

wire, the cwt.' Manufaclures of copper, not otherwise enumerated

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MANUFACTURES-Continued.
or described, and copper plates engraved, for

every £100 of the value
Brass, viz.--Manufactures of, not otherwise enu-

merated or described, for every £100 of the

value Powder of, for japanning, the pound Books and maps--Books, being of editions printed

prior to the year 1801, bound or unbound the

cwt. Books, being of editions printed in or since the

year 1801, bound or unbound, the cwt. Note. For the description of books prohibited to

be imported, see the act for the regulation of the customs, and acts for securing copy rights. To prevent foreign books or 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 oath that the dutes were paid thereon on their original importation, or that he purchased them in Great Britain, 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. No book, first composed, written, or printed, and

published in the United Kingdom, and reprinted in any other country or place, shall be imported into Great Britain, on forfeiture of the same, and also of £10 and double the value of every copy. -See page 40 of Ellis's abridgment, in conclu

sion.
Maps and charts, bound together in books, charged

with duty as bound books.
Plain or colored, each map or chart or part thereof
Cotton, manufactured, for every £100 of the value
If printed, for every square yard -
Yarn, viz.---Cable yarn, the cwt.
Mohair, the pound
Grogram, the pound
Raw linen, the cwt.
Worsted yarn, being of two or more threads, twist-

ed or thrown, the pound
Flax and tow, or cordilla of hemp or flax, whether

dressed or undressed, from and after the 5th of

July, 1923, the pound
Thread, viz.-Bruges thread, the dozen pounds
Outnal, the dozen pounds
Pack thread, the cwt.

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TARIFF OF GREAT BRITAIN-Continued.

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MANUFACTURES—Continued.
Sisters' thread, the pound -
Visited brown, the dozen pounds
Not otherwise cnumerated or described, for every

£100 of the value
Paper, viz.-Brown paper, made of old rope or

cordage, only, without separating or extracting the pitch or tar therefrom, and without any mix

ture of other materials therewith, the pound Printed paper, or stained, or paper hangings, or

flock paper, the yard square
Waste paper, of any other sort, not particularly
enumerated or described, norotherwise charged

with duty, the pound
Parchment, the dozen sheets
Pasteboard, the cwt.
Vinegar, the tun
Tin, the cwt.
Manufactures of tin, not otherwise enumérated or

described, for every £100 of the value -
Pewter- Manufactures of, not otherwise enume-

rated or described, for every £100 of the valueStones, viz.Burrs for millstones, the hundred Dogstones, not exceeding 4 feet in diameter,

above 6 and under 12 inches in thickness, the

pair
Emery stones, the cwt.
Filtering stones, for every £100 of the value

for
potters,

the ton
Grave stones, of inarble, polished, each not contain-

ing more than two feet square, the foot square,

superficial measure
Unpolished, the foot square, superficial measure
Not of marble, polished or unpolished, ditto
Lime stone for every £100 of the value
Marble blocks, the solid foot
Marble, in any way manufactured, except grave-

stones and paving-stones, each not containing

more than 2 feet square, the cit. Marble paving-stones, polished, cach not contain

ing more than 2 feet square, the foot square,

superficial measure Rough marble, the foot square, superficial measure Mill-stones, above 4 feet in diameter, or if 12 inches

in thickness or upwards, the pair Paving-stones, not of marble, the hundred feet

square, superficial measure Pebble stones, the ton Polishing stones, for every £100 of the value

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Pumice stones, the ton
Quern stones, under 3 feet in diameter, and not ex-

ceeding 6 inches in thickness, the pair -
3 feet in diameter, and not exceeding 4 feet in dia-

meter, and not exceeding 6 inches in thickness,
Rag stones, for every £100 of the value
Slates, for every £100 of the value
Slick stones, the hundred -
Stone, sculptured, the cwt.
Stone to be used for the purpose of lithography,

the cwt.
Whet-stones, the cwt.
Stones, not particularly enumerated or described,

nor otherwise charged with duty, for every £100 of the value Note.—If any statue, group of figures, or other stone or marble ornanient, carved out of the same block, shall exceed one ton weight, the duty to be charged thereon shall be estimated at the rate payable for one ton weight, and no more.

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