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Coals, &c. continued, viz.

A further duty of 18. 3d. per ton, on Culm so brought, is also pay.

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 that corporation upon Culm imported into the

port of London.
For the regulations under which Culm may be so brought, and such

duties received, see 50 Geo. 3. cap. 110.
Culin laden on board any vessel cleared coast wise at any port in

England or Wales, and delivered in any part beyond the sea, before
the duties due on the exportation thereof shall bave been paid,
the master of such vessel sball not be permitted again to enter or
clear the said versel coastwise, or for parts beyond the seas,
before he shall have paid not only the export duties on the
greatest quantity of Culm which it shall appear the vessel is ca.
pable of containing, but also the further sum of 38. for every
such chaldcon of Culm, Winchester measure, to be applied and
appropriated to the same uses with the respective duties payable

on Culm exported.
For the regulations under which such duty of 38. the chaldron may

be returned, see TITLE 229, Rules 23--29.
Culm shipped coast wise at any port in Scotland and

delivered in any part beyond the seas, before the
duties due on the exportation thereof shall bave 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 culm, but in addition
thereto, for every chaldron thereof so entered coast.

wise, Winchester measure
For the regulations under which the said duty of 38. the cbaldron

shall be repaid, see TITLE 229, Rules 16-20.
Culm to be used for the burning of lime, carried from

any place within the limits of the port of Milford in
the county of Pembroke to any other place within
the counties of Pembroke, Carmarthen, Cardigan, or

Merioneth, the chaldron, Winchester measure
For the regulations under which Culm may be so carried, on pay.

ment of the above duty, see TITLE 229, Rules 52-54.
Culm, brought coast wise from any port in Great Britain

into any other port in England or Wales, except the
port of London, and except Culm carried from Mil-
ford as before-mentioned, and also except Culm
brought or carried coastwise within the principality
of Wales, until the 1st August, 1820, the chaldron,

Winchester measure
Culm carried from any part of Lancaster Canal, or

any of the branches thereof, or from any place within
the hundred of Lonsdale 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.
Culm, brought or carried coastwise to any port within

the principality of Wales, until the 1st August,

1820, viz.
in case most usually sold by weight, the ton of 20 cwt.
in case most usually sold by measure, the chaldron

Winchester measure
See the note at the end of Coals in this Table.
For the regulations under which Culin may be carried on the Mon-

mouthshire Canal, and afterwards carried or conveyed from any
place to the eastward of the Islands called The Holmes, to any
other place in or opon the River Severn, also to the eastward of the
said islands, without passing to the westward thereof, without

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Coals, &c. continued, viz.

payment of duty, see Title 229, Rule 55. And for the regula.
tiops under which Culm may be carried or conveyed on the Mon-
monthsbire Canal, or on any of the Railways or Tramroads con-
nected therewith, and afterwards carried to the port of Bridge-
water only by a passage to the westward of the islands

The
Holmes, notwithstanding the restrictions before mentioned, with.

out payment of duty, see TITLE 229, Rules 56 and 57.
Cinders made of Pit Coal brought coastwise from any

port in Great Britain, into any other port in England

or Wales, 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. 8.
cap. 128.

For every top of Cinders :10 brought
A further duty of 18. 3d. per ton on Cinders so brought, is also pay.

able 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 du-
ties payable to that corporation upon Cinders imported into the

port of London.
Cinders brought down the River Thames nearer to Lon.

don 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 1s. 3d. per ton on Cinders so brought, is also pay.

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 du-
ties payable to that corporation upon Cinders imported into the

port of London.
For the regulations under which Cinders may be so brought, and

such duties received, see 50 Geo. 3. c. 110.
Cinders laden on board any vessel cleared coastwise at any port in

England or Wales, and delivered in any part beyond tbe sea, be-
fore the duties due on the exportation thereof shall have been paid,
the master of such vessel shall not be permitted again to enter or
clear the said vessel coast wise, or for parts beyond the seas, before
he shall bave paid not only the export duties on the greatest
quantity of cioders which it shall appear the vessel is capable of
containing, but also the further sum of 3s. for every such chaldron
of Cinders, Winchester measure, to be applied and appropriated
to the same uses with the respective duties payable on Cinders ex.

ported.
For the regulations under which such duty of 38. the chaldron may

be returned, see TITLE 229, Rules 23—29.
Cinders shipped coast wise 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 Bri.
tain, until be shall bave paid not only the duties due
on the exportation of such Cinders, but, addition
thereto, for every chaldron thereof so entered coast-

wise Winchester measure
For the regulations under which the said duty of 38. the chaldron shall

be repaid, see TITLE 229, Rules 16-20. Cindere carried from any part of the Lancaster Canal or any of the

branches thereof, or from any place within the Hundred of Lonsdale, 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, Culm, Cinders, or Coked

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Coals, &c. continued, viz.

Coals burnt from Pit Coal, on which the proper duties shall have
been paid or secured, may be brought or carried coastwise from
any place in Great Britain to any other port or place in England
or Wales, without payment of any further duty of customs, see

TITLE 229, Rules 1-3, and 30.
Slate, of the production of Great Britain, brought coastwise

from any port or place within Great Britain to any other

port or place therein, the 1001. value Stone, of the production of Great Britain, brought coastwise from any place within Great Britain to any other place therein (except as herein-after mentioned), the 1001. value

By 59 Geo. 3. c. 52. $ 50. from 5th July, 1819, a drawback of the

whole duty specified above, on Stove the production of Great Britain, brought coa twise from any place in Great Britain to any other place therein, shall be allowed in respect of such Stone as at any time after the said day, shall be used and employed in Great Britain in making barn floors; and the amount of soch drawback shall be allowed to the person by whom such Stone was used and employed, upon proof to the satisfaction of the commissioners of customs that such duty was paid, and that such Stone

was so used and err:ployed for such purpose as aforesaid. By $ 51. from July 5, 1919, a drawback of the duty specified above,

on Stone the production of Great Britain brought coastwise from any place in Great Britain to any other place therein, shall be repaid in respect of such Stone as at any time after the said day, sball be used and employed in Great Britain in paving streets and public ways upon proof of the actual payment of such duty, and under such conditions and regulations as shall from time to time be directed and made by the commissioners of His Majesty's trea

sury of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. By order of the board of Treasury, dated July 7, 1819, it is stated,

that it being represented to their lordships, that several vessels from Aberdeen are now in the river Jaden in ballast with Scotcb Granite, used solely for the purposes of paving, which has hitherto been exempted from the payment of duty, my lords are of opiDion that the present and all future cargoes of a similar kind coming from Aberdeen, should be admitted to entry duty-free on the person purchasing or using such Stone, taking an vath as heretofore before the proper officer of the department of customs, that the stone in question is intended solely for the purposes of paving; and imy lords will subunit a clause to the consideration of parliament in the next session, legalizing a continuance of the exemption from duty which had formerly been granted in favour of the description of stone above specified, and which it was not their lordships intention that the act of the present session for consolidating the du.

ties of customs should bave the effect of annulliug. For further exemptions, see Title 232.

A TABLE of the QUARANTINE DUTIES payable on Vessels, and their Cargoes, or any Part thereof, which shall have performed Quarantine as under-mentioned.

Quarantine Duties.

With a clean bill of health.

Without a clean bill of health.

For every vessel, which vessel, or the cargo of which, or any part| £. $. de £. $. d.

whereof, shall have performed quarantine in
Great Britain, or the islands of Guernsey, Jer-
sey, Alderney, Sark, or Man, and which shall

have arrived
From any part of Turkey, or from any place in

Africa, within the Streights of Gibraltar, or
in the West Barbary on the Atlantic Ocean,
the ton burthen (a)

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of Turkey, or from any place in Africa
within the Streights of Gibraltar, or in the
West Barbary on the Atlantic Ocean), the
ton burthep (a)

0 30 0 10 0 From any place whatever, with a cargo which,

in whole or in part, shall consist of goods
the growth, produce, or manufacture of
Turkey, or of any place in Africa, within
the Streights of Gibraltar, or in the West
Barbary on the Atlantic Ocean, the ton bur-
then (a)

07 6 0 6 For every vessel which shall have so arrived un

der such circumstances as shall induce His
Majesty in council, or the lords or others of
the privy council, cu subject such vessel to
the like quarantine as ships arriving from
Turkey, the too burthep (a)

0 7 6 0 15 0 (a) For every vessel us aforesaid, entering inwards, in the port of London, an additional duty of 1s. the ton burthen is to be paid.

TITLE CCLIII.- TABLE H.

A TABLE of the TONNAGE DUTIES of CUSTOMS payable on Ships or Vessels entering Inwards or Outwards (except in Ballast) in any Port of Great Britain from or to Foreign Parts.

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Tonnage duty on vessels entering inwards or outwards (exceptio ballast) in
any port of Great Britain from or to foreign parts, viz.
For every top burthen of every vessel entering inwards or outwards

(except in ballast) from or to the islands of Guernsey, Jersey, Sark,
or Alderney, the Greenland Seas, the Southern Whale Fishery, the

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Tonnage Duty, continued, vir.

islands of Newfoundland, Cape Breton, St. John, or Prince Edwards

Island, or the coast of Labrador
For the suspension of this duty, as far as it relates to vessels entering tnwards or

outwards in any port of Great Britain from or to the island of Newfoundland,

until the 5th July, 1824, see the pote at the end of Oil in TITLE 246. For every ton burthen of every vessel entering inwards or outwards

(excepi in ballast) from or to the Cape of Good Hope
For every ton burthen of every vessel entering inwards or outwards

(excepi in ballast) from or to any place within the limits of the
charter granted to the East India Company, except the Cape of Good

Hope
For every ton burthen of every vessel entering inwards or outwards

(excepi in ballast) from or to any place not otherwise enomerated,

except the Isle of Man
For every ton burthen of every packet or passage vessel belonging to

the subjects of his most Christian Majesty, which shall lade or un-
lade any goods, or take in or set on shore any passengers, in any
port, creek, harbour or road of Great Britain, except any vessel
rised only for the purposes of pleasure, and which shall not carry
any goods or any passengers, for hire or reward
His Majesty is empowered by proclamation or order in council to be published from

time to time, to direct such duties as shall be therein specified, to be paid
on the entering or clearing out of packets or passage vessels of such foreign coun.
tries as shall be named in the said proclamations or orders in council, and from
time to time, to revoke, diminish, or increase such doties. But no such proclama.
tions or orders in council shall extend to any vessel used only for the purposes of
pleasure, and which shall not carry any goods, or any passengers, for hire or reward.

See 'Title 11, Rule 27, and TITLE 69, Rules 1—4.
By 59 Geo, 3. c. 52. 41. nothing in this act shall extend to charge with the duty of
tonnage any vessel employed in the fisheries on any part of the coast of Great Britain,
and not entering outwards for foreign parts, or any vessel employed in bringing oysters
from Jersey or Guernsey into any port in Great Britain, or to charge the said con-
page duty on any British or Irish-built vessel owned by British subjects, wbich is
not required to be registered by any act of parliament in force in Great Britain or
Irelaod respectively, on or immediately before the 5th July, 1819, or on any vessel
whatsoever which shall enter outwards or inwards in ballast only.

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TITLE CCLIV.-TABLE I.

A TABLE of the DUTIES of CUSTOMS payable on the Importation into the ISLE of Man of certain Goods therein enumerated.

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Coals, from Great Britain or Ireland, the chalder, Winchester measure
Coffee, from Great Britain, under liceoce from the Commissioners of Cus-

toms in England or Scotland, the lb.
Deal Boards, from foreign parts, the 1001. value
Hemp, the like
Hops, from Great Britain, the Ib.
Iron,' from foreigo parts, the 1001. value
Spirits, imported from any place whatever, upder licence from the Com-

joissioners of Customs in England or Scotland, viz.
Foreign Brandy, the gallon

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