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Watch Cases
Chains -
Necklace Beads
Lockets

of Silver of any Philligree Work

weight what-
Shirt Buckles or Brooches
Stamped Medals
Spouts to China, Stone, or Earthen

Ware Teapots
Tippings, Swages, or Mounts, not weighing ten penny.

weights of silver each, and not being Necks or Collars
for Castors, Cruets, or Glasses, appertaining to any sorts
of stands or frames; Wares of Silver not weighing five
pennyweights of silver each, but this exception not to
include Necks, Collars, and Tops for Castors, Cruets, or
Glasses, appertaining to any sort of stands or frames,
Buttons to be affixed to or set on any Weariog Apparel,
Solid Silver Buttons and Solid Studs got baviog a
bezelled edge soldered on, Wrought Seals, Blank Seals,
Bottle Tickets, Shoe Clasps, Patch Boxes, Salt Spoons,
Salt Ladles, Tea Spoons, Tea Strainers, Caddy Ladles,
Buckles and Pieces of Garnish, Cabinets, or Koife Cases,

or Tea Chests; or Bridles, or Stands, or Frames. Printed Goods, viz.

Paper printed, painted, or stained, to serve

for bangings or other uses, over and above
the duties payable for such paper before
the printing, painting, or staining there-

of, the yard square
Linens, Stuffs, Fustians, Velvets, Velver-

ets, Dimities, Figured Stuffs, Stuffs
wholly made of Cotton Wool wove in
Great Britain, commonly called British
Manufactory, the yard in length, reckon-

ing yard wide
Foreign Calicoes and Foreign Muslins,

which shall be printed, stained, painted,
or dyed io Great Britain, except such
as shall be dyed throughout of one co-

lour only, the yard in length
Silks, of whatever kind or by whatever de-

nomination the same are or may be called
or known, which shall be printed,
painted, stained, or dyed in Great Bri-
tain (except such silks as shall be dyed
throughout of one colour only), (6) the

square yard
Publications. See Paper.
Ribands. See TITLE 217.
Sail Cloth. See Linen.
Salt. By 57 Geo. 3. c. 49. 61. the several draw.

backs of customs and excise payable on
the exportation of duty paid Salt from

Great Britain, are repealed.
Glauber's or Epsom Salts. By 55 Geo. 3. c. 66.

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(6) 48 Geo, 3, c. 117.

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Excise.

Customs
British Goods exported to Foreign Parts.

Bounty.

Bounty. Drawback. Sall, continued, viz.

£. s. d. £. $. d. £. $ 33. and 55 Gen. 3. c. 162. § 1. the excise

drawbacks on these articles are repealed.
Dried Cod Fish, Ling, or Hake, commonly

called Haberdine, which shall contain in
Jength 14 inches or upwards, from the bone
in the fin to the third joint in the tail of
every such fish, the cwt.

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Wet Cod Fish, Ling, or Hake, the barrel of
32 gallons

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Salmon, the barrel of 42 gallons

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Full Red Herrings, the barrel of 32 gallons

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Clean Shotten Red Herrings, the barrel of
32 gallons

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Dried Red Sprats, the last of 10,000

0 1 0 Pilchards or Scads, the vessel of 50 galls.

0 7 .... Additional, until 24th June, 1826 (a)

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Pilchards which shall be duly shipped and ex-

ported directly to any of the British West
India Islands, or to any place in the Medi.
terranean, in casks of 32 gallons or up-
wards, a bounty in due proportion to the
bounty or bounties by this act payable for
pilchards exported to foreign parts in
casks of 50 gallons, viz. the 50 gallons

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Beef or Pork, which shall have been salted

in England with salt that shall have paid
all the duties due thereon in England, the
barrel of 32 gallons

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Beef or Pork, which shall have been salted

in Scotland, with foreign salt that shall
have paid all the duties due thereon,
without any mixture of British or Irish
salt, the barrel of 32 gallons

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Silk. See TITLE 217.
Soap. Hard Cake Soap or Ball Soap, (1) the lb.

0 0 3 Soft Soap, the lb.

0 013 Starch, of what kind soever, which shall be made in Great Britain, the lb.

0 0 31 Stockings, Silk. See TITLE 217. Stone Bottles, not exceeding two quarts (except

Blacking Bottles, as mentioned under Title 181,
Rules 3—5), (c) the cwt.

0 5 0 Stuff's. See Printed Goods.

See also TITLE 217.
Sugar. See TITLE 221.
Thread of Gold or Silver. See Wire.
Tiles. See Bricks.

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See Printed Goods.
Watch Cases, of Gold or Silver. See Plate.
Wire, Gold Tbread, Gold Lace, or Gold Fringe,

made of Plate Wire spun upon Silk, such
Plale Wire being made of Gilt Wire made
in Great Britain, the lb. avoirdupois

0 15 4 Silver Thread, Silver Lace, or Silver Fringe,

made of Plate Wire, spun upon Silk, such
Plate Wire being made of Silver Wire
made in Great Britain, the lb, avoirdupois

0116 (a) 50 Geo. 3. c. 77. (6) 56 Gco. 3. C. 44. (c) 57 Geo. 3. C. 32.

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TITLE CCLI.-TABLE F.

A TABLE of the DUTIES of CUSTOMS payable on Goods brought

or carried Coastwise from one place to any other place within Great Britain; and of the DRAWBACKS to be allowed on the Exportation thereof from Great Britain.

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Coals, Culm, and Cinders, viz.
Coals (except Charcoal made of Wood) brought coast-

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wise from any place in Great Britain, into the

port of London, viz.
in case they are such as are most usually sold by

weight, the ton of 20 cwt.
in case they are such as are most usually sold by

measure, the chaldron, Winchester measure
For the regulations under which a quantity of Coals, Culm, and

Cinders, not exceeding 50,000 tons in the whole, may be brought
within one year, by the Grand Junction and Paddington Canals to
London on payment of the following duty, see 45 Geo. 3.
cap. 129. vis.

For every ton of coals so brought
A further duty of 18, 3d per ton on coals so brought is also payable

to the proper officer of customs, and at the end of every quarter is
to be paid to the corporation of London in lieu of the duty called
Orphan's Duty, and of all other rates, dues, and duties payable

to that corporation upon coals imported into the port of London. Coals brought down the River Thames nearer to London

than the city's stone placed on the west side of Staines bridge, in the county of Middlesex, and on which the

coast duties shall not have been paid, the ton A further duty of 18. 3d. per ton on coals so brought is also payable

to the proper officer of customs, and at the end of every quarter is to be paid to the corporation of London in lieu of the duty called Orphan's Duty, and of all other rates, dues, and duties payable to

that corporation upon coals imported into the port of London. For the regulations under which Coals may be so brought, and such

duties received, see 50 Geo. 3. cap. 110. Coals laden on board any vessel cleared coastwise at any port in

England or Wales, and delivered in any part beyond the sea, be-
fore the duties due on the exportation thereof shall bave been paid,
the master of such vessel shall not be permitted again to enter or
clear the said vessel coast wise, or for parts heyond the seas, be-
fore he shall have paid not only the export duties on the greatest
quantity of Coals which it shall appear the vessel is capable of
containing, but also the further sum of 38, for every such cbal.
dron of Coals, Winchester measure, to be applied and appro-
priated to the same uses with the respective duties payable on

Coals exported.
For the regulations under wbich such duty of 88. the cbaldron

may be returned, see TITLE 229, Rules 23-29.
Coals shipped coastwise at any port in Scotland, and

delivered in any part beyond the seas, before the duties due on the exportation thereof shall have been paid, the master of the vessel shall not be permitted again to enter or clear out at any port in Great Britain until he shall have paid not only the duties due on the exportation of such Coals, but in addi

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Drawback.

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Coals, &c. continued, viz.

£. $. d.
tion thereto for every chaldron thereof so entered
coastwise, Winchester measure

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For the regulations under which the said duty of three shillings the

chaldron shall be repaid, see TITLE 229, Rules 16-20.
Cuals (except charcoal made of wood, brought coast-

wise from any port in Great Britain into any
other port in England or Wales (except the port
of London, and also except coals brought or
carried coastwise within the principality of

Wales, until Ist August, 1820), viz.
... in case they are such as are most usually sold by
weight, the ton of 20 cwt.

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measure, the chaldron, Winchester measure 0 6 0
Coals sent coast wise from the port of Newcastle-upon-

Tyne to any other port in Great Britain, the chal-
dron, Newcastle measure

0 1 0 For the regulations under which the duties on Coals brought coast.

wise, or from any place to any other place within England, may

be secured by bood, see TITLE 229, Rules 21 and 22. For the regulations under which Coals may be carried from Ellen

foot to Bank End in the county of Cumberland, or from any creek or place to any other creek or place between Ellenfoot and Bank End aforesaid, without payment of any duty of cus

toms, see TITLE 229, Rules 49—51. (oals carried from any part of the Lancaster Canal, or any of the

branches thereof, or from any place within the Hundred of Lons. dale in the county of Lancaster into the Ulverstone Canal, across or along the Bay or Estuary separating the two canals, are not

liable to any duty of customs. For the regulations under which Coals may be carried on the Mon

mouthshire Canal, and afterwards carried or conveyed from any place to the eastward of the islands cal The Holmes, to any other place iv or upon the River Severn, also to the eastward of the said islands, without passing to the westward thereof, without

payment of duty, see TITLE 229, Rules 55-57. For the regulations under which Coals may be carried or conveyed

on the Monmouthshire Canal, or on any of the railways or tramroads connected therewith, and afterwards carried to the port of Bridgwater only by a passage to the westward of the islands called The Holmes, notwithstanding the restrictions before mentioned, without payment of duty, see Title 229, Rules 55

-57. For the regulations under which a drawback shall be allowed of all

the duties on Coals used for melting copper and tin ores within

the counties of Cornwall and Devon, see Tube 229, Rules 44, 45. For the regulations under which a drawback shall be allowed of all

the duties op all coals which shall be used in fire engines for draining water out of the mines of tin and copper within the

county of Cornwall, see Title 229, Rule 45. For the regulations under which a draw back shall be allowed of all

the duties paid on all Coals that shall be used for fire engines in mines of tin, copper, or lead, or for calciding or smelting lend

ores, within the county of Devon, spe TITLE 229, Rule 45. For the regulations onder which a drawback shall be allowed of all

the duties paid on all Coals consumed in fire or steam engines used for the purpose of drawing or raising ores, or dead stuff or robbish, out of the mines of tin, copper, or lead in the counties

of Comwall and Devon, see TITLE 999, Rule 46. For the regulations under which a drawback shall be allowed and

made of all the duties that bave been paid on any Coals used for fire engines in mines of lead, or for calcining or smelting lead ores, within the county of Cornwall, see TITLE 229, Rules 47,

49. For the regulations, under which a drawback shall be allowed of all

the duties on (oals used in calcining or smelting copper and lead

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Coals, &c. continued, viz.

ores, within the Isle of Anglesey, or which shall be used in fire
engines for draining water out of the mines of copper and lead

within the said isle, see TITLE 229, Rules 41, 42.
For the regulations under which all the duties on Coals used for any

purpose relating to the carrying on the works for the mangfac.
turing of tin plates, and for other purposes at Pennygored in
the county of Pembroke, called The Pennygored Works, shall be
repaid, provided the amount thereof shall not exceed 1000l. In

any one year, see TITLE 229, Rules 69, 69.
Coals (except Charcoal made of Wood) brought or car-

ried coastwise to any port within the principa

lity of Wales, until the 1st August, 1820, viz.
in case they are such as are most usually sold by

weight, the ton of 20 cwt.
in case they are such as are most usually sold by

measure, the chaldron Winchester measure
By 69 Geo. 3. c. 12. $ 48. for all Coals used for any purpose re-

Jating to the carrying on the works for the manufacturing of tin
plates at Pennygored in the county of Pembroke, called The
Pennygored Works, for which the duties granted by this act shall
have been duly paid, a drawback shall be allowed of all such
duties, not exceeding the sum of 10001, in any one year: provided,
that the said drawback shall be paid upon the proofs and under
the conditions required by 35 eo. 3. c. 30. [TITLE 229, Rule

68.)
By the same act, $ 49. from 5th July, 1819, for all Coals which
shall be used in calcioing or smelting copper or lead ore within
the Isle of Anglesey, or which shall be used in fire engines for
draining water out of the mines of copper and lead within the
said isle, for which the duties granted by this act shall have been
duly paid, a drawback shall be allowed of all such duties : pro-
vided always, that the said drawback shall be paid upon the

proofs required by 26 Geo. 3. c. 104. [TITLE 229, Rules 41, 42.)
By 59 Geo. 3. c. 52. 13. the duties imposed by this act

upon Coals or Culm brought or carried coastrise to any
place within the principality of Wales, shall continue
until August 1, 1820, and no longer ; and from and
after the said day, Coals or Culm brought or carried
coastwise to any place within the said principulity, shall
be subject to the like duties as Coals or Culm brought or
carried coastrise into any place in England, except the
port of London, are subject to under this act, or shall
or may be subject to under any act in force immediately

before the said Ist of August, 1820.
Culm brought coastwise from any place in Great Bri-

tain into the port of London, the chaldron Winches

ter measure
For the regulations under which a quantity of Coals, Calm, and

Cinders, not exceeding 50,000 tons in the whole, may be brought
within one year by the Grand Junction and Paddington cavals to
London on paymeot of the following duty, see 45 Geo. 3. c. 128.

piะ.
For every ton of Culm so brought
A further duty of 1s. 3d. per ton on Culm so brought is also pay.

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able to the proper officer of the customs, and at the end of every quarter is to be paid to the corporation of London in lieu of the duty called Orphan's Duty, and of all other rates, dues, and duties payable to tbat corporation upon Culm imported into the

port of London, Culm brought down the River Thames nearer to Lon

don thao the city's stone placed on the west side of Staines Bridge in the county of Middlesex, and on which the coast duties shall not have been paid, the ton

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