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Refined, of any other sort, the cwt. Sweets made by infusion, fermentation, or other

wise, from fruit, sugar, or other materials, or ingredients called “ Sweets,

Made Wines,” the barrel of 314 gallons of 32 gallons (a) By 57"Geo. 3. C. 11. § 2. one third part of

the countervailing duties on Sweets or Made Wines of Irish manufacture which shall be imported directly from Ireland to Great Britain, shall be suspended. Continued by

59 Geo. 3. c. 89, until October 10, 1824. Thread. See Gold, Tiles, deemed Pottery, (b) the 1001. value

See Bricks. Tin Plates, (6) the 1001, value Tobacco, whether unmanufactured or manufac.

tured, the lb.(c) Twine. See Cordage. Twist Cotton, See Cotton Twist, Vellum. See Leather. Verjuice, the hbd of 63 gallons Vinegar, or Acetous Acid, or Liquors prepared

or preparing for Vinegar, the gallon, (d) wine measure

the barrel of 32 gallons
Watches. See TITLE 36.
Wire, (6) the 1001. value

And further, if gilt, the oz. troy
Silver Wire, the oz. troy
Gold Thread, Gold Lace, or Gold Fringe,

made of Plate Wire spun upon

Silk, the lb. avoirdupois

the 1001. value (6)
Silver Thread, Silver Lace, or Silver

Fringe, made of Plate Wire, and
spun upon Silk, the lb. avoir-

dupois

the 1001. value (6) Yarn Cable. See Cordage.

Cotton. See Cotton Yarn.

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All other articles, the growth, produce, or

manufacture of either country imported into each other, are DUTY-FREE.

(a) 55 Geo. 3. c. 110. (c) 59 Geo. 3. C. 53 and 72.

(0) Until 1st January, 1821. (d) 58 Geo. 3. C. 65,

TITLE CCLVI. TABLE L.

A TABLE of the DUTIES payable upon the Exportation of Goods of the growth, produce, or manufacture of Ireland. (a)

Irish Goods brought through Great Britain and exported to Foreign Parts.

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Ashes of Wood, the last of 12 barrels

of all other sorts, the 1001. value Bacon, the flitch

other, and Hams, the cwt. Bones, Ox, the 1000

unmanufactured, the 1001, value Calf Skins

the 1001. value Cards, Wool, the dozen, viz.

new

old
Cheese, the cwt.
Coney Hair or Wool, Black or White, the lb.
Copperas, the 1001. value
Fur, called Rabbits Grey Fur, the lb.
Furriers' Waste, the 1001, value
Geldings, or Nags. See Horses.
Greaves, or Grease, the cwt.
Guts. Ox Guts, the barrel

of other Animals, the 1001, value Hair, Harts', the cwt.

Horse, the cwt.
Human, the 1001, value
Kids', the 1001, value

Ox, Cows' or Bulls', the cwt.
Hartshorn, the cwt.
Hides, raw or untanned, the piece
Hogs, or Pigs, the piece, alive
Hogs' Lard, the cwt.
Horos, Bucks', the 120

Goats", the cwt.
other Horns, the 1000, of six score to the 100, viz.
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Rams'
Sheep
Stags'

Tips of Horns
Horn Shavings, the 1001. value

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(a) By 45 Geo. 3. c. 18. the duties stated in this table are payable upon the exportation of Irish articles from IRELAND. By Order of the Board of Treasury, dated 29th March, 1813, all such articles, which may in future be imported into Great Britain, for exportation from thence to foreign parts, are to be warehoused free of duty, and, on export, are to be subject to duty as if exported from Ireland.

By 47 Geo. 3. sess. 2. c.61. all duties under any act in force on 13th August, 1807, on the exportation from Great Britain to Ireland of any good not being the growth, produce, or manufacture of Great Britain, are repealed. And all such goods may be exported from Great Britain to Ireland without payment of any duty. See the laws under Title 35,

Irish Goods brought through Great Britain and exported to Foreign Parts.

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Horses, Mares, Geldings, and Mules, the piece
Hoofs of all sorts, the 100l, value
Lead, cast or uncast, the ton of 20 cwt.

Ore, the 1001. value
Leather, of all sorts, tanned, tawed, or in any way dressed, the cwt.
Linen Rags or Shreds, the ton of 20 cwt.
Linseed, or Flaxseed, the quarter of 8 bushels
Litharge of Lead, the cwt.
Manure. See Soap-boilers' Waste.
Nags. See Horses.
Oxen, Cows, or Sieers, the head
Oysters in Pickle, the gallon
Rapeseed, the quarter of 8 bushels
Skins. Badger, the piece

Calf. See Calf Skins.

. tanned. See Leather tapned.
Cat, the 100
Deer, undressed, the 1001, value
Dog, the dozen
Fox the piece
Goat, undressed, the 1001. value
Hare, undressed, the 1001. value
Kid, dressed or undressed, the 120
Kips and Runners, the 1001. value
Lamb, dressed without the wool on, the 120
Lamb, tanned, tawed, or dressed, the cwt.
Note.- No Lamb Skins, whether slink or slaughtered, from which the

tool shall not have been taken off, shall be exported, except to Great

Britain, under the penalty of the forfeiture thereof.
Martin, the 1001. value
Outer, raw,

the piece
tanned, the piece

Wombs, the 1001. value
Rabbit and Coney, the 120, viz.

black, with or without silver hairs, dressed or tawed
grey, seasoned
grey, stagged
grey, tawed

dressed, tawed, or dyed into colours
Sheep, the 120, viz.

dressed, without the wool on
...... with the wool on

tawed, with the wool on
Pelts, dressed or undressed

tanned, tawed, or dressed, the cwi.
Squirrel, the 1000
Stag, the piece

Swan, the piece
Slugs of Horns, the 100l. value
Soap-boilers' Waste, and all other Manure (except Lime), the ton
Tallow, the cwt.
Tanners' Waste, the 1001, value
Tongues, called Neats' Tongues, the dozen
Tripes, the cwt.
Wax, unmanufactured, the cwt.
Weld, the cut.
Woad, the ton of 20 cwt,

Nets, the 100
Yarn, Linen, for every pack of statutable Linen Yarn, of 400 lb. of six
score to the hundred

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Irish Goods brought through Great Britain and exported to Foreign Parts.

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FURTHER DUTIES. (a)
Goods of the growth or manufacture of Ireland (except as bereinafter

mentioned), exported to any port of Europe, or lo any place within the
Streights of Gibraltar, the 1001. value

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EXEMPTIONS,
Linen of the manufacture of Ireland.
Bullion.
Goods exported from Ireland to the Isle of Man, which may be legally

exported to the said island.
Cotton Yarn, and all other Cotton Manufactures, being of the manufac-

ture of Ireland. Cora or Grain. Refined Sugar in Loaf complete and whole, or Lump duly refined, or any

Refined Sugar called Bastards, or ground or powdered Sugar, or Refined Sugar broken in pieces, or any Sugar called Candy, or Melasses made from Sugar of the British Plantations.

FURTHER DUTIES. (a)
Goods of the growth, produce, or manufacture of Ireland (except as

hereinafter mentioned), exported to any place whatever, not being in
Europe, or within the Streights of Gibraltar, or within the limits of the
charter granted to the East India Company, the 1001. value

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EXEMPTIONS.
Linen of the manufacture of Ireland,
Bullion.
Corn or Grain.
Cotton Yaro, or other Cotton Manufactures, being of the Manufacture of

Ireland.
Any sort of Craft, Food, Victoals, Clothing, or Implements or Materials,

fit or necessary for the British Fisheries established in the island of New-
foundland, for the use avd support of the Mariners or other persons em-
ployed on board the vessels, or on shore, in carrying on the said fishery,
exported from Ireland to the said island.
All Refined Sugar, or Loaf complete and whole, or Lump duly refined, and

all Refined Sugar, called Bastards, and ground or powdered Sugar, and Refived Sugar broken in pieces, and all Sugar called Candy, and Melasses made from Sugar of the British Plantations.

(a) 55 Geo. 3. C. 24.

TITLE CCLVII.-TABLE M.

A TABLE of the DUTIES payable in England and Scotland on Goods exported from each Country to the other.

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Malt, viz.

which shall be made in Great Britain from barley, or any other

corn or grain, or shall be brought from Scotland into England,
without a certificate from the proper officer that it hath paid the
full duty of two shillings and sixpence on every busliel thereof,

the bushel (a)
Salt, viz.
Sall or Rock Salt, brought from Scotland into England, accompa-

nied with a certiticate from the proper ofiicer, that it hath
paid the duty of 4s. the bushel in Scotland ; to be paid by the
master of the vessel importing such Salt or Rock Salt, before

the landing thereof, the bushel
.... accompanied with a certificate that it hath also paid the duty of

2s, the bushel
used in curing and salting Flesb, exported from Scotland to England,

and provisions for ships in Scotland and for foreign voyages, to be

paid by the owners or shippers thereof in Scotland, the bushel Spirits extracted in Englaud, and which shall be imported or brought

thence into Scotlaud, of a strength not exceeding seven per cent.
above hydrometer proof, and so in proportion for any higher
degree of strength not exceeding the strength of ten per cent.
above hydrometer proof, (6) to be paid by the importer before

the landiog thereof, the gallon, English wine nieasure
extracted in Scotland before the 9th day of June, 1819, and which

shall be imported or brought thence into England of a strength
not exceeding seven per cent, above hydrometer proof, (6) and
so iu proportion for any higher degree of strength not exceeding
the strength of ten per cent, abore hydrometer proof, to be
paid by the importer before the landing thereof, the gallon,

English wine measure
extracted in Scotland after the 9th day of June, 1819, and which

shall be imported or brought thence into England, of a strength
not exceeding seven per cent. above hydroineter proof, and so in
proportion for any higher degree of strength not exceeding the
strength of ten per cent. above hydrometer proof, (6) to be paid
by the importer before the landing thereof, the gallon, English

wine measure
As to Irish spirits, see Title 255.

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(0) As to the strength of Spirits, see TITLE 180, Rules 15–20.

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