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EXCEPTIONS, continued, viz.
Sugar Refined of all sorts, and Sugar Candy.
Goods exported from Great Britain to the Isle of Man, under the authority of any licence

which the commissioners of customs in England or Scotland, are or may be authorized and

empowered to grant. Any sort of Craft, Food, Victuals, Clothing, or Implements or Materials necessary for the

British Fisheries established in the Island of Newfoundland, or in any of bis Majesty's colo-
nies, islands, or plantations in North America, on due entry thereof, and exported from

Great Britain to the said colonies, islands, or plantations.
Woollen Goods of the manufacture of Great Britain exported to auy place within the limits

of tbe charter of the East Iodia Company.
Military Stores exported by the East India Company.
Goods exported from Great Britain to the Island of Newfoundland, until the 5th July, 1824,

see the note at the end of Oil in TITLE 246.

TITLE CCL-TABLE E.

A TABLE of BOUNTIES and DRAWBACKS payable on British Goods, for which all the Duties imposed in respect thereof shall have been duly paid, and which shall be duly exported to Foreign Parts as Merchandize.

Excise.

Customs
British Goods exported to Foreign Parts.

Bounty.

Bounty. Draw back. Beer, Strong Beer or Ale made in Great Britain, £. $. d. £. s. d. £. s. d.

above 18s. per barrel, exclusive of
the duty, and not being twopenny
Ale, mentioned and described in
the 7th article of the Treaty of
Union with Scotland, which shall
be duly exported to foreign parts
as merchandize, and which shall
be proved to have been brewed
after the 5th day of July 1819, from
malt for which the duties hereby
imposed in respect thereof shall
have been paid, the barrel

0 16 .... above 16s, the barrel exclusive of the

duty imposed on such Beer or Ale,
brewed in Great Britain, from
Malted Corn, whereupon the duties
for Strong Beer or Ale shall be
proved to have been charged or
paid, when Barley is at 24s. per
quarter, the barrel

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Boards, Millboard, Pasteboard, and Scaleboard.

See Paper.
Books. See Paper.
Boots. See Hides.
Bottles. See Glass and Stone.

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British Goods exported to Foreign Parts.

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Bricks and Tiles, viz.

not exceeding 10 inches long, 3 inches thick,

and 5 inches wide, the 1000 - exceeding any of the foregoing dimensions,

the 1000 smoothed or polished on one or more side

or sides, the same not exceeding the superficial dimensions of 10 inches long by 5 inches wide, the 1000 Such last-mentioned Bricks exceeding

the aforesaid superficial dimensions,

the 100
Plain Tiles, the 1000
Pan or Ridge Tiles, the 1000
Paving Tiles, not exceeding 10 inches

square, the 100
. exceeding 10 inches square, the 100

Tiles, not otherwise enumerated, the 1000 Calicoes. See Printed Goods. Candles of Tallow, and all other Candles what.

ever, except Wax and Spermaceti Caudles, the lb. of Wax or of Spermaceti, or which are usually called or sold for either Wax or Spermaceti Candles, notwithstanding the mixture of any other ingredient there

with, the lb. Canvas. See Linen. Chocolate made in Great Britain of Cocoa Nuts

which shall have been imported into Great

Britain, the lb, avoirdupois Cider and Perry, the hogshead Cordage. Staple Cordage wrought up and manu

factured in Great Britain from foreign rough Hemp (except from Hemp of the British Colonies or Plantations in America, of the East Indies or China, or imported by the East India Company), on which the duties of customs due upon the importation of such Hemp after the 15th day of April, 1813, bave been fully paid, (a) the cwt. Staple Cordage wrought up and manufactured from the like description of Hemp, on which the duties of customs due upon the importation thereof, on or before the 15th day of

April, 1813, have been fully paid, (a) thecwt. Dimities. See Printed Goods. Fish. See Salt. Fringe of Gold or Silver. See Wire.

of Silk. See Title 217. Fustians. See Printed Goods. Gauzes. See TITLE 217. Glass, Ground or polished Plate Glass made in

Great Britain, from materials or metal or other preparations for which the duties payable in respect of Plate Glass shall have been paid, and which shall before July 5, 1819, bé exported in rectangular

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(a) 54 Geo. 8. c. 185. See TITLE 220.

Excise.

Brilish Goods exported to Foreign Parts.

Customs
Bounty.

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Glass, continued, viz.

Plates of the size of 6 inches in length by
4 inches in breadth at the least, and of the
thickness throughout of one-eighth part of
an inch at the least, and which shall be
free from stains, and of good and fair
quality, and fit for immediate use
ground and polished Plate Glass, the

square foot superficial measure (a)
Ground or polished Plate Glass made in

Great Britain from materials or inetal or
other preparations for which the duties
payable in respect of Plate Glass shall
have been paid, and which shall be ex-
ported in rectangular Plates of the size of
6 inches in length by 4 inches in breadth
at the least, and of the thickness throughi-
out of one-eighth part of an inch at the
least, and which shall be free from stains,
and of good and fair quality, and fit for
immediate use as Ground and polished
Plate Glass, the square foot superficial

measure (a)
Unground and unpolished Plate Glass made

in Great Britain, from materials or metal
or other preparations for which the duties
payable in respect of Plate Glass shall
have been paid, and which shall be ex-
ported in rectangular Plates of the size
of 6 inches in length by 4 inches in breadth
at the least, and of the thickness through-
out of not less than two-eighth parts
of an inch or more than five-eighth
parts of au inch, and which shall be of

good and fair quality, the cwl. (a) -
Unground and unpolished Plate Glass made

in Great Britain, from materials or metal
or other preparations for which the duties
payable in respect of Plate Glass shall
have been paid, and which shall be-
exported in rectangular Plates of the
size of 6 inches in length, by 4 inches in
breadth at the least, and of the thickness
throughout of not less than two-eighth
parts of an inch, or of more than five-
eighth parts of an inch, and which shall

be of good and fair quality, the cwt. (a) Gloves. See Hides.

Silk. See TITLE 217.
Gold Fringe, Lace, Thread, or Wire. See Wire.

Watch Cases. See Plate.

Plate. See Plate. Hides and Skios, (b) viz.

Leather tanned in Great Britain, and charge

able by law to pay a duty by eight, the lb. Hides and Calf Skins, Sheep and Lamb Skins, Hog and Seal Skins, tanned in Great

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(a) 59 Geo. 3. c. 115. For the laws touching the export of Glass, see TITLE 203. (1) The above drawbacks on Hides and Skins are allowed by 56 Geo. 3. c. 110.

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Excise.

Castoms
British Goods exported to Foreign Parts.

Bounty.

Bounty. Draw back. Hides and Skins, (a) continued, viz.

£. d. £.

s.

d. L. S. d.
Britain, and afterwards curried and duly
marked, and also for all such Hides and
Skins so curried as shall be cut in pieces (6)

004
Goat Skins tanned with shumach, in Great
Britain, and Sheep Skins, tanned in Great
Britain, for roans, being after the nature of
Spanish leather, the 16.

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Boots and Shoes made in Great Britain of
tanned leather, the Ib.

0 0 6 Gloves or other manufactures made in Great

Britain of any kind of canned, tawed, or curried leather, chargeable by law to pay a duty by weight, the Ib.

0 0 6 Boots or Shoes made in Great Britain, the upper leathers, vamps, and boot legs of which are irade of Morocco Leather, Spanish Leather, or Kid Skins, the lb.

0 0 8 Sheep and Lamb Skins dressed in oil in Great Britain, the lb.

0 0 6 Buck, Deer, and Elk Skins dressed in oil in Great Britain, the Ib.

0 1 0 All other Skins, except Sheep and Lamb, Buck, Deer, and Elk Skins, and all Hides dressed in oil in Great Britain, and duly marked, the lb.

0 0 6 Buck, Deer, and Elk Skins dressed in Great

Britain, and made into goods and wares
other than Gloves, the Ib.

0 1 0 Gloves made of leather, dressed in oil in Great Britain, the lb.

0 1 6 Sheep and Lamb Skins dressed in oil in Great Britain, and made into goods and wares, other than Gloves, the lb.

0 0 9 Lace of Gold or Silver See Wire. Leather. See Hides. Linen, Sail Cloth, or Canvas fit for or inade into Sails, the ell

0 0 2 British or Irish (c) Linens, made of Hemp,

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or Flax, of the breadth of 25
inches or more for every yard
which shall be exported to Africa,
America, Spain, Portugal, Gib.
raltar, Malta, Island of Minorca,

or the East Indies,
...... under the value of 5d. the yard 0 0 04
.... of the value of 5d. and under 6d.

0 0 1
...... of the value of 6d. and not exceed-
ing Is. 6d, the yard

0 0 1
checked or striped, not exceeding
Is. 6d. and not under 7d. in value,

0 0 0
Diapers, Huckabacks, Sheeting, and other

species of Linen, upwards of one yard | (a) The above drawbacks on Hides and Skins are allowed by 50 Geo. 3. c. 110. (6) Not mentioned in the act whether by the lb. or otherwise.

(c) By 5 Geo. 3. c. 43. these bounties are to be allowed upon the like species of Linen made in the Isle of Man, duly imported into and re-exported from Great Britain.

the yard

the yard

British Goods exported to Foreign Parts.

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Linen, continued, viz.

English in breadth, of the manufacture
of Great Britain or Ireland, and not
exceeding )s. 6d. the square yard in

value, the square yard

See also Privted Goods.
Muslins. See Printed Goods.
Paper, of the first class or denomination, viz.

all Paper, other than Brown Paper,
made of old ropes or cordage
only, without separating or ex-
tracting the pitch or tar or any
part therefrom, and without any
mixture of other materials there-

with, the lb.
of the second class or denomination, viz.
...... all Brown Paper made of old

ropes or cordage only as afore

said, the lb.
Glazed Paper for clothiers and hot press-
ers, Millboard, and Scaleboard, the cut.
Pasteboard which shall be made in Great
Britain from Paper, or made in Ire-
land and imported from thence into
Great Britain, wholly of the second class,
and for which all the duties imposed in
respect thereof shall have been paid, (a)
the cwt.
Pasteboard which shall be made in Great

Britain, or made in Ireland and im-
ported from thence into Great Britain,
wholly or in part, from any Paper,
Millboard, Button Board, Button Paper,
Glazed Paper, or Sheathing Paper,
other than Paper of the second class,
and for which all the duties imposed in
respect thereof shall have been paid, (a)
the cwt.
Books in perfect and complete sets, or if
Periodical Publications in perfect parts
or numbers, and of blank, plain, or
ruled Account Books, whether bound
or unbound, made of, or printed, or
ruled on paper of the first class for
which Books no draw back or allow-
ance whatever shall have been paid, re-
ceived, or obtained, the lb.

Printed, painted, &c. See Printed Goods.
Periodical Publications. See Paper.
Perry. See Cider.
Phials. See Glass.
Plate of Gold made or wrought in Great Britain,

and which shall or ought to be touched, assayed,
and marked in Great Britain, (6) except Gold
Watch Cases

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(a) 50 Geo. 3. C. 103.

(6) By 55 Geo. 3. c. 185, and by 52 Geo. 3. c. 59. these drawbacks are to be allowed to the manufacturer or exporter of all manufactured plate, whether intended as merchandize of not, provided proof be adduced to the Commissioners of Customs that such plate is nee plate, and has never been used.

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