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East India, &c. Goods.

Duty: (a) Draw back.

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Seed, continued, viz.

Seed, not particularly enumerated, nor otherwise charged

with duty, the 100l. yalue
Seed Lac. See Lac in Gum.
Sena, the lb.
Shawls, manufactured of hair or cotton wool, or any mixture

thereof, the 1001. value
Shrubs. See Plants.
Silk, Knubs or Husks of Silk, the lb.
Raw Silk, the produce of any of the British territories

in the East Indies, the lb.
... the produce of any other part of the East Indies,

the lb.
DRAWBACK on the exportation of Silk thrown in

Great Britain, from a larger quantity of
Silk imported raw, viz.
if from Raw Silk the produce of any of the

British territories in the East Indies, the Ib.
if from Raw Silk the produce of any other
part of the East Indies, the lb.
By 19 Geo. 3. c. 52. ģ 43, from 5th July, 1819, such

drawback as is specified in this Table shall be
allowed in respect of Thrown Silk exported from Great
Britain, which shall be thrown in Great Britain from a
larger quantity of Raw Silk imported into Great Britain
from any place within the limits of the charter granted
to the East India Company: provided, that oath be
first inade before the collector of customs at the port of
exportation by the throwster of sucb Thrown Silk, that
the said Thrown Silk was produced solely from Raw
Silk which had been so imported into Great Britain,
and for which His Majesty's customs and duties had
been duly paid, and that the same was duly exported;
His Majesty's searcher also certifying the shipping
thereof, and all such other requisites being duly per-
formed as are necessary to be done and performed with

regard to Raw Silk exported from Great Britain,
Thrown Silk, the lb.

Waste or Floss Silk, not otherwise enumerated, the lb. -
Silver Coio, Foreign. See Bullion.
Skins, Calves Skins in the bair, not tanned, tawed, or in any

way dressed, the dozen Skins
Dog Skins in the hair, Dot tanned, tawed, or in any

way dressed, the dozen Skins
Elk Skins in the hair, not tanned, tawed, or in any

way dressed, the Skin
Goats Skins, undressed, the dozen Skins
Husse Skins, undressed, the Skin
Leopard Skins, undressed, the Skin
Martins Skins, undressed, the Skin
Seal Skins in the hair, not tanned, tawed, or in any

way dressed, the Skiu
Squirrel Skins, undressed, the 100 Skins
· Tyger Skins, undressed, the Skin
Skins and Furs, or pieces of Skins and Furs, raw or

undressed, not particularly enumerated, nor other

wise charged with dirty, the 1001. value
Skins and Furs, or pieces of Skins and Furs, tanned,

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(a) As to warehousing, &c. of Goods, without payment of duty in the first instance, see Title 104. As to regulations touching Goods in general, see Titles 1–345. E 3-PART X.

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East India, &c. Goods.

Duty. (a) Drawback.

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EXCISE.

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Skins, continued, viz.

tawed, or in any way dressed, not particularly
enumerated, nor otherwise charged with duty, the

1001. value Souff, Customs duty-free.

For Ercise Duty on Snuff, see TABLE A.
Specimens of such minerals, fossils, or ores, which are not par.

ticularly enumerated, por otherwise charged
with duty, each specimen pot exceeding in

weight 14 lb., the lb.

exceeding in weight 14 lb, each, the 1001, value
Spikenard, the lb.
Spirits, Arrack, or Spirits pot otherwise enumerated, the

gallon
Brandy, the gallon
Geneva, the gallon
Rum, the gallon
the produce of the settlement of the Cape of Good

Hope, its territories or dependencies, imported di

rectly thence, the gallon
Rum, Spirits, or Aqua Vitæ, the gallon

War duty()
[ As to the strength of Spirits, see TITLE 180.]

(As to Wrecks, see preceding Table.] Squills dried, the cwt.

not dried, the cwt.
Stick Lac. See Lac in Gum.
Stockings of Cotton, the 1001, value
Storax or Styrax, Calamita, the lb.

Liquida, the lb.

in the tear or gum, the lb. Succades, the lb. Sugar, the cwl.

For the conditions under which certain portions of the duty on Sugar

may be suspended, according to the average price of Muscovado
Sugar, as published in the London Gazeite, wben such price sball
exceed the sum of 60s. per cwt; and also for the conditions under
which 18., 28., or 38. of the duty may be suspended, according
to such average price of Muscovado Sugar, when such price shall

be under 495. per cwt. see TITLES 101 and 221. Sugar, Refined, the cwt.

The duties on Sugar are continued annually. Sugar Candy, Brown, the cwt.

White, the cwt.

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Talc, the lb.
Tamarinds, the Ib.
Tea, Customs duty-free.

EXCISE.
Tea sold in Great Britain by the East India Company on or

after June 1, 1819, and in respect whereof the duties by
law then chargeable toere not, before the 9th June, 1819,
fully paid, and Tea which shall be imported or brought
into Great Britain, and sold at such sales,
at or under 2s, the lb. per cent.

96 0 0

(a) As to warehousing, &c. of Goods, without payment of duty in the first instance, see Title 104.

As to regulations touching Goods in general, see TITLES 1-245. (6) By 56 Geo. 3. c. 17. the war duty on spirits is continued until the 5th July, 1891.

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East India, &c. Goods.

Duty. (a) Drawback,

Tea, continued, viz.

£. 8. d. £. s. d. above 2s. the lb. per cent.

100 0 0
To be computed upon the gross prices at which such Tea

was or shall be sold.
The said duty on all Tea sold by the East India Company to

be paid by the purchasers thereof respectively to the said
company, and by the said company to the Commissioners

of Ercise.
Terra Japonica or Catechu, the lb.

0 0 10
Thread, viz. Cotton Thread, the 1001, value

67 10 0
Tin, the cwt.

5 9 3
Tincal. See Borax.
Tobacco, Customs duty-free.

For Ercise duty on Tobacco, see Table A.
Tonnage Duty on Ships or Vessels entering inwards from Fo-

reign Parts. See Trsle 253.
Tortoise Shell, manufactures of, the 1001. value

50 0 0
Rough and upmanufactured, the lb.

0 4 0
Trees. See Plants.
Turbith, the lb.

0 2 6 0 1 8 Turmerick, the lb.

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W.
Waste, Cotton Waste. See Cotton Wool in Wool.

Silk Waste. See in Silk.
Wax, Bees Wax, unmanufactured, the cwt.

White or manufactured, the cut..
Candles. See Candles.
Wine. For the duties and drawbacks thereon, see Wine in the

preceding Table.
Wood, Bar Wood, the ton of 20 cwt.

Cam Wood, the ton of 20 cwt.
Ebony, the ton of 20 cwt.
Red Wood, the ton of 20 cwt.
Rose Wood, the cwt.
Teake Wood, or other Wood fit for ship-building, eight

inches square or upwards, the load of 50 cubic feet
By 54 Geo. 3. c. 66, no duty of customs sball be charged upon the

legal importation into Great Britain of any Teake or other wood
fit for ship-building, the growth or produce of any place or
country within the limits of the charters granted to the East
India Company, provided due entry is made thereof, and the
wood is landed in the presence of the proper officers at the port

of importation.

Wood fit for ship-building. See Teake Wood.
Wool, Carmenia Wool." See Goat Hair in Hair.
-Cotton Wool or Waste of Cotton Wool,

until the 5th January, 1820, the 100 lb.
.... from and after the 5th January, 1820, the 1001.

value
For regulations touching these duties, see Wool in Table A. TITLE

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246.

-Lamb's Wool. See Sheep's Wool.

(a) As to warehousing, &c. of Goods, without payınent of duty in the first instance, see Title 104. As to regulations touching Goods in general, see Titles 1--245.

East India, &c. Goods.

Duty.(a) Draw back.

£.
S.

d. 1 £.
0 0 6

Wool, continued, viz.
Sheep or Lamb's Wool, the lb.
the produce of, and imported from, any British

colony or territory,
until 5th January, 1823, incl. the lb.
from 5th January, 1823, incl. until 5th Ja-

nuary, 1826, incl, the lb.
... from and after the 5th January, 1826, the

lb.

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Goods, being either in part or wholly manufactured, not being

enumerated nor otherwise charged with duty, and not prohibited to be imported into nor used in Great Britain, the

1001. value Goods, not being either in part or wholly manufactured, not

being enumerated or described, nor otherwise charged with duty, and not prohibited to be imported into nor used in Great Britain, the 1001. value

For the manner in which the valne is to be ascertained of such

goods on which the duties are charged in this Table according to

the value, see Titles 19 and 103.
For the regulations under which the duty on such of

the articles enumerated or described in this table, as
shall be imported by the East India Company, may
be secured by bond, see Title 104. And for the
regulations respecting the payment of the duty on
such of the said articles as shall be imported by
persons authorised to trade within the limits of the
charter of the said Company, see Title 93.

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TITLE CCXLIX.-TABLE D.

A TABLE of the DUTIES of CUSTOMS payable on Goods

Exported from Great Britain.

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Linen plain of all sorts (except Sail Cloths) having been imported into

Great Britain, and secured in warehouses according to law, without the full duties of customs having been paid thereon, and exported from any such warehouse for foreign parts, the 1001. value

Tonnage duty on ships or vesels entering outwards for foreiga parts, see TITLE 253.

15 00

(a) As to warehousing, &c. of Goods, without payment of duty in the first instance, see TULE 104.

As to regulations touching Goods in general, see Titles 1—245. (7) As to Goods exported in American vessels, see Title 136,

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£. d. Cinders. See Coals. Coals and Cinders usually sold by measure, viz.

exported to the Isle of Man, the chaldron Winchester measure 0 1 6
exported to any British colony or plantation in America, the chal-
dron Winchester measure

0 2 6
exported to any of the territories of the United States of America,
in a British-built ship, the chaldron Newcastle measure

017 0 in a ship not British-built, the chaldron Newcastle measure - 1 10 3 exported to any other place, in a British-built ship, the chaldron Newcastle measure

1 9 0 in a ship not British-built, the chaldron Newcastle measure 1 5 4 Coals exported in certain quantities from the ports of Newcastle and

Swanzey to the Islands of Jersey, Guernsey, and Alderney, the
cbaldron Newcastle measure

0 12 0 For the regulations, under which Coals may be so exported, see TITLE 229. Coals and Cinders usually sold by weight, viz. exported to the Isle of Man, the ton of 20 cwt.

0 1 0 exported to any British colony or plantation in America, the ton of 20 cwt.

0 1 8 exported to any of the territories of the United States of America, in a British-built ship, the top of 20 cwt.

0 5 9 in a ship not British-built, the ton of 20 cwt.

0 0 0 exported to any other place, in a British-built ship, the ton of 20 cwt.

0 7 9 in a ship net British-built, the ton of 20 cwt.

0 12 0 Coals which shall have been screened through a riddle or screen, the bars of which not

being in any part thereof more than three-eighth parts of an inch asunder, shall, on
exportation from Great Britain, be subject to such duties, and no other, as are or may
be cbarged on Culm exported from Great Britain to foreign parts.
For the regulations under wbich such Coals can only be exported on payment of the

duty on Culm, see Title 229, Rules 31-39 Culm exported to the Isle of Man, the chaldron Winchester measure 0 0 6

exported to any British colony or plantation in America, the chaldron
Winchester ineasure

0 I 0
exported to any of the territories of the United States of America,
.... in a British-built ship, the chaldron Newcastle measure

0 4 6 ....in a ship not British-built, the chaldron Newcastle measure 0 8 0 exported to any other place, ... in a British-built ship, the chaldron Newcastle measure

0 6 0
in a ship not British-built, the chaldron Newcastle measure 0 10 0
Tonnage duty on ships or vessels entering outwards for foreign parts, see TITLE
253.

ADDITIONAL DUTY.
Goods, of the growth, produce, or manufacture of Great Britain (except

as hereinafter mentioned) exported to any place whatever, the 1001. value

0 10 0 For the regulations according to which the value of British salt exported is to be

ascertained, see TITLE 12.

EXCEPTIONS.
Bullion.
Corn, Grain, Meal, Malt, Flour, Biscuit, Bran, Grits, Pearl Barley and Scotch Barley, being

the produce or manufacture of Great Britain.
Cotton Yarn, or other Cotton Manufactures being of the manufacture of Great Britain.
Linen of the manufacture of any part of the United Kingdom.
Melasses.
Military Clothing, Accoutrements, or Appointments.

For the Regulations under which the Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury may

permit such articles to be exported and sent to any of His Majesty's forces serving
abroad, duty free, see TITLE 220, Rule 24.

(a) As to Goods exported in American vessels, see Title 136.

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