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WINES.

Specific duties on wines imported in 1840.

Average cost per gallon.

Rate of duty per act of 1836.

Specific duties equal to an ad valorem duty of

20 per cent. 17 per cent. 15 per cent. 123 per cent. 10 per cent.

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Other of Spain, Austria, Germany, and Mediterranean

0.29

33

5.90

5.17

4.43

3.69

2.95

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TREASURY DEPARTMENT, REGISTER'S OFFICE, June 22, 1840.

T. L. SMITH, Register.

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No. 4.

A statement exhibiting the value of articles subject to a duty of less than 20 per cent. ad valorem, imported in 1840 which, under the proposed bill, will pay a duty of 20 per cent.

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59,555

15

8,933 25

11,911 00

2,977 75

Copper bottoms for stills, &c. cut round, &c.

8,809

15

1,231 35

1,761 80

530 45

Copper, braziers'

15

Quills prepared

21,417

15

3,212 55

4,283 40

1,070 85

Raw silk

234,235

124

29,279 38

46,847 00

17,567 62

Articles not enumerated, at 10 per cent.

1,181

10

118 10

236 20

118 10

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TREASURY DEPARTMENT, REGISTER'S OFFICE, July 8, 1841.

T. L. SMITH, Register.

No. 5.

Alphabetical list of articles exempt from duty under the proposed act.

A.

Articles imported for the use of the United States

Articles specially imported by order and for the use of any society incorporated for philosophical or literary purposes, or for the encouragement of the fine arts, or by order and for the use of any college, school, academy, or seminary of learning in the United States, viz :

Aloes

Philosophical apparatus, instruments, &c.

Books, maps, and charts

Statues and statuary

Busts and casts of marble, bronze, alabaster, or plaster of Paris
Casts and modelling

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Alcornoque, bark of

Alba canella

Ambergris

Amber

Anatomical preparations

Annatto or annotto

Animals imported for breed
Aniseed

Aniseed, oil of

Antimony crude

Antimony, regulus of

Argol or crude tarter

Armenian, bole

Arrow root
Assafoetida

Ava root

Apparel, wearing, and personal baggage in actual use, of persons arriving

in the United States

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Brimstone and sulphur

Burr stones, unwrought

Busts of marble, bronze, alabaster, and plaster of Paris, specially imported Burgundy pitch

C.

Cabinets of coins and gems, specially imported, &c.
Cabinets of medals and collections of antiquity, do.
Camwood

Casts of alabaster, plaster of Paris, &c., specially imported

Castanas or chesnuts

Cascarilla, bark of

Catsup

Calamanaris lapis, or of zinc

Chamomile flowers

Chalk

Cantharides

Clay, unwrought

Cochineal

Copper, imported for the use of the mint

Copper in pigs and bars

Copper, in plates and sheets, suited to the sheathing of ships
Copper, old, fit only for remanufacture

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Implements and tools of trade of persons arriving in the United States

Juniper berries

Juniper, oil of

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