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Foreign Goods.

Duty. (a) Drawback.

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Whetstones. See stone.

£. $. d. L. S. d. Whipcord, the lb.

0 1 0 White Boards for Shoemakers. See Boards in Wood. Wine, the produce of His Majesty's settlement of the Cape of

Good Hope, or the dependencies thereof, im

ported directly from thence, in a British-built ship, the tun of 252 gallons 14 7 0 12 19 0 in a ship not British-built, the tun of 252 gallons 15 8 0 12 19 0

17 10 0 16 9 0 or

or Cape Wine, the tun

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the gallon the gallon For the regulations under which Cape Wine must be imported and

admitted to entry, see TITLE 83.
- French Wine,
... imported in a British-built ship, the tun of 252
gallons

66 3 0 59 17 0
imported in a ship not British-built, the tun of
252 gallons

70 70 59 17 0 78 4 674 0 6 or

or French Wine, the tun of 252 gallons

0 6 23 0 5 105

the gallon the gallon German Wine.

See Rhenish Wine, Hungary Wine, Madeira Wine, ... in a British-built ship, the tun of 252 gallons 44 20 39 18 0 ... in a ship vot British-built, the tun of 252 gal. Jons

47 5 0 39 18 0 As to the Treaties and Laws respecting goods the produce of the

dominions of Portugal, see TITLE 71.
Portugal Wine, in a British-built ship, the tun of
252 gallons

43 1 0 38 17 0 in a ship not British-built, the tun of 252 gallons 46 4 0 33 17 0 As to the Treaties and Laws respecting goods the produce of the

dominions of Portugal, see Title 71. - Rhenish, German, and Hungary Wine, .... in a British-built ship, the tun of 252 gallons 66 30 59 17 0

... in a ship not British-built, the tun of 252 gallons 70 7 0 59 17 0 - Spanish Wine, and Wine not otherwise enumerated, in a British-built ship, the tun of 252 gallons

38 17 0 in a ship not British-built, the tun of 252 gallons

38 17 0

52 10 049 7 0 EXCISE. Wine not being French or Cape Wine, the tun

0 4 2 0 3 11

the gallon the gallon For the regulations under which a drawback shall be allowed on

Wine for the use of paval officers, see TITLE 227,
For the conditions under which a draw back can only be allowed on

tbe exportation of any Wine from Great Britain, see TITLE 226.
Wine Lees, subject to the same duty as Wine, but no drawback is

allowed on Lees of Wine exported.
Winteranus Cortex. See Winter's Bark in Bark.
Wire, Brass or Copper, not otherwise enumerated, the cwt. 5 14 0
Gilt or plated, the 1001. value

50 0 0
Iron, not otherwise enumerated, the cwt.

5 18 9

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(a) As to warehousing, &c. of Goods, without payment of duty in the first instance, see Titles 245, 288, and 289.

As to rate of duty on American Goods, see Title 136.
As to regulations touching Goods in general, see TITLES 1--245.

Foreign Goods.

Duty. (a) Drawback.

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Wire, continued, vis.

Latten, the cwt.
Silver, the 1001, value

Steel, the lb.
Woad, the cwt.
Wolf Skins. See Skins.
Wolverings. See Skins.
Wood, Anchor Stocks, in a British-built ship, the piece

in a ship not British-built, the piece
.... of the growth and production of the British colo-

nies or plantations in America, and imported

directly thence, the piece
Balks, under 5 inches square, and under 24 feet in

length
in a British-built ship, the 120
in a ship not British-built, the 120
All Balks, being 5 inches square or upwards, are subject to

the duties payable on Fir Timber. See Fir Timber.
.... of all sorts, under 8 inches square, of the growth

and production of the British colonies or plan-
tations in America, and imported directly

thence, the 120
Bar Wood, the ton of 20 cwt.
Battens, 8 feet in length, and not exceeding 20 feet in

length, not above 7 inches in width, and

not exceeding 24 inches in thickness
... in a British-built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120
èxceeding 20 feet in length, not above 7 inches in

width, or if exceeding 24 inches in thick

ness,
in a British-built ship, the 120.

in a ship not British-built, the 120
Batten Ends, under 8 feet in length, not above 7 inches

in width, and not exceeding 24 inches in

thickness,
.... in a British-built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120
... under 8 feet in length, not above 7 inches in

width, and exceeding 2 inches in thick

ness,
in a British-built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120
Battens and Batten Ends of all sorts, of the growth
and production of the British colonies or plantations
in America, and imported directly thence, the 120
Beech Plank, two inches in thickness or upwards,
.... in a British-built ship, the load of 50 cubic

feet
... in a ship not British-built, the load of 50

cubic feet
.... of all sorts, of the growth and production of the

British colonies or plantations in America, and

imported directly thence, the 120
Beech Quarters, under 5 inches square, and under 24

feet in length,

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(a) As to warehousing, &c. of Goods, without payment of duty in the first instance, sce Titles 245, 288, and 289.

As to rate of duty on American Goods, see Title 136.
As to regulations touching Goods in general, see Titles 1-245.

Foreign Goods.

Duty. (a) Drawback.

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Wood, Beech Quarters, continued, viz.

in a British-built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120
5 inches square, and under 8 inches square, or if

24 feet in length or upwards,
.... in a British-built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120
.... of all sorts, under 8 inches square, of the growth

and production of the British colonies or plan-
tations in America, and imported directly theoce,

the 120
Boards, Beech Boards, under 2 inches in thickness,

and under 15 feet in length,
in a British-built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120 .... under 2 inches in thickness, and if 15

feet in length or upwards, ... in a British-built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120 Clap Boards, not exceeding 5 feet 3

inches in length, and under 8

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in a British-built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built the 120
of the growth and productions of the

British colonies or plantation in
America, and imported directly

thence, the 120
Lino Boards, or White Boards for Sboe.

makers, viz.
under 4 feet in length, and under 6

inches in thickness,
.... in a British.built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120
4 feet in length, or 6 inches in thick-

ness or upwards,
... in a British-built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120
........ Oak Boards, under 2 inches in thickness, and

under 15 feet in length,
in a British-built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120
.... under 2 inches in thickness, and if 15

feet in length or upwards, in a British-built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120 Paling Boards, hewed on one side, and not

exceeding 7 feet in length, in a British.built:hip, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120
hewed on one side, and exceeding 7 feet

in length,
in a British-built ship, the 120

in a ship not British-built, the 120
Pipe Boards, above 5 feet 3 inches in length,

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(a) As to warehousing, &c. of Goods, without payment of duty in the first instance, see Titles 245, 288, and 289.

As to rate of duty on American Goods, see 'Title 136.
As to regulations touching Goods in general, see Titles 1—245.

Foreign Goods.

Daty. (a) Draw back.

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Woud, Buards, continued, viz.

£. $. d. Pipe Boards, continued, viz.

and not exceeding 8 feet in length,

and under 8 inches square, .... in a British-built ship, the 120

9 30 ....in a ship not British-built, the 120

5 3
... exceeding 8 feet in length, and under 8 inches

square,
..., in a British-built ship, the 120

18 6 0
in a ship not British-built, the 120 18 10 6
.... of all sorts exceeding 5 feet 3 inches in

length, and under 8 inches square,
of the growth and production of
the British colonies or plantations
in America, and imported directly
thence, the 120

0 19 6
Wainscot Boards, viz.
.... the foot, containing 12 feet in length and I

inch in thickness, and so in proportion for
any greater or lesser lengih or thickness,
in a British-built ship, the 120

0 5 6
in a ship not British-built, the 120

0 6 4
Boards of all sorts, not otherwise enumerated, of the

growth and production of the British colonies or
plantations in America, and imported directly
thence, the 120

0 8 4
Bowsprits. See Masts.
Boxwood, of the growth and production of the British

colonies, plantations, or settlements in
America, or of the West Coast of Africa,
and imported directly thence respectively,
the ton of 20 cwt.

1 13 4
... of the growth and production of any other

country or place, or if otherwise imported,
the ton of 20 cwt.

7 18 6
Brazil Wood, not particularly enumerated, nor other.
wise charged with duty, the 1001. value

20 0 0
Braziletto or Jamaica Wood, the top of 20 cwt.

0 16 8 Cam Wood, the ton of 20 cwt.

0 15 0
Deals, above 7 inches in width, being 8 feet in length,

and not above 10 feet in length, and not
exceeding 14 inch in thickness,
in a British-built ship, the 120

8 2 6

8 ..., in a ship not British-built, the 120

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A DRAWBACK is allowed on deals above 7 inches

in widih, being 8 feet in lengtb, and not above
10 feet in length, and not exceeding 1 inch
in thickness, which shall bave been used and
employed in any of the mines of tin, lead, or

copper, in the counties of Devon" or Cornwall,
.... baving been imported in a British-built ship,

the 120
... baving been imported in a ship dot Britisb-

built, the 120
For the regulations under which the drawback

shall be paid or allowed on such deals so used
and employed, see TITLE 159.

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(a) As to warehousing, &c. of Goods, without payment of duty in the first instance, see TITLES 245, 288, and 289.

As to rate of duty on American Goods, see TITLE 136.
As to regulations touching Goods in general, see Titlus 1--245.

Foreign Goods.

Duty. (a) Draw back,

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Woud, Deals, continued, viz.

£. 8,

d. £. s. d. above 7 inches in widtn, being eight feet in

length, and not above 20 feet in length,
and not exceeding 35 inches in thick-
ness (except deals not above 10 feet in
length, and not exceeding 1} inch in

thickness),
in a British-built ship, the 120

20 15 8
in a ship dot British-built, the 120

21 10 8 ... above 7 inches in width, being 8 feet in length,

and not above 20 feet in length, and ex

ceeding 34 inches in thickness, in a British-built ship, the 120

41 11 4 in a ship not British-built, the 120

43 14 .... above 7 inches in width, exceeding 20 feet in

length, and not exceeding 4 inches in

thickness,
in a British-built ship, the 120

51 92
in a ship not British-built, the 120

52 16 2
(not being timber 8 inches square or upwards)

above 7 inches in width, exceeding 20
feet in length, and exceeding 4 inches

in thickness,
in a British-built ship, the 120

100 6 0
in a ship not British-built, the 120

101 17 9 Deal Ends, above 7 inches in width, being under 8 feet

in length, and not exceeding 34 inches

in thickness,
in a British-built slip, the 120

7 1 9
in a ship not British-built, the 120

7 7 3 above 7 inches in width, being under 8 feet in

length, and exceeding 34 inches in thick

ness,
in a British-built ship, the 120

13 14 9
in a ship not British-built, the 120

14 5 0 Deals and Deal Ends of all sorts, of the growth and

production of the British colonies or plantations in

America, and imported directly thence, the 120 0 3 4
Ebony of the growih and production of the British co-

lonies, plantations, or settlements in America,
or of the west coast of Africa, and imported

directly thence respectively, the ton of 20 cwt. 0 15 0
of the growth and production of any other coun-

try or place, or if otherwise imported, the ton
of 20 cwt.

24 14 0
Firewood, not fit or proper to be used other than as

such, viz.
the fathom, 6 feet wide and 6 feet high,
in a British-built ship

0 19 0
in a ship not British-built

0 19 10
of the growth and production of the British co-

lonies or plantations in America, and imported
directly thence, the fathom, 6 feet wide and 6
feet high

0 0 10
Fir Quarters, under 5 inches square and under 24 feet

in length,

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(a) As to warehousing, &c. of Goods, without payment of duty in the first instance, see Titles 245, 288, and 289.

As to rate of duty on American Goods, see Title 136.
As to regulations touching Goods in general, see TITLES 1-245.

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