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£ 8. d. BOTTLES of Glass, not otherwise enumerated or described, for every 1001.value.....

25 0 0 and further for every cwt..

4 0 0 Note-Flasks in which Wine or Oil is imported not subject to duty. Boxes of all Sorts, for every 1001. value

200 0 Boxwood, the ton*.

5 0 0 Produce of, and imported from, any B. P. the ton 1 0 0 BRAN.

If any portion of the Meal is attached to the Bran, it will be chargeable with duty (under the corn laws) as Meal,-but if it should have passed through a dressing-machine, and have been divested of every particle of Meal, it will in such case be liable to a duty of 20 per cent. ad valorem. Mim. Com. Cus. 12th June, 1828.--See subsequent Order in page

114. BRANDY.-See Spirits. Brass, viz. Powder of, for Japanning, the lb......

0 2 6 Wire.See Wire. Manufactures of, not otherwise enumerated or described, for every 1001. value

30 0 0 BRAZILETTO Woodet imported from a B. P. the ton.

0 3 0 not so imported, the ton

0 4 6 BRAZIL Wood, the ton

2 0 0 BREAD.

Foreign Ship-bread may be bonded in the Commercial Docks

under the usual regulations.-Treas. Order, 28th Nov. 1827. BRICKS, or Clinkers, the 1000 ....

1 2 6 Bricks for Building Churches or Chapels.-See Churches. Brimstone, viz. Rough, the cwt.

0 0 6 Refined, the cwt.

0 6 0 in Flour, the cwt. . .

0 9 9 Brimstone, the produce of Europe, may not be imported into the United Kingdom, to be used therein, except in British Ships, or in Ships of the country, of which it is the produce, or in Ships of the country from which it is imported; on forfeiture of the goods, and 1001. by the Master of the Vessel.—6 Geo. IV. c. 100; 7 & 8

Geo. IV.c. 56. BRISTLES, viz. Rough, and in the Tufts, and not in any way sorted, the lb. 9......

0 0 21 in any way sorted, or arranged in Colours, and not entirely Rough, and in the Tufts, thelb.g

0 0 31 If any of the Bristles in a Package be such as are subject to the higher duty, the whole contents of the Package shall be subject to the higher duty.- & 8 Geo. IV. c.56.

The definition by which Bristles may be known as dressed, is as follows:

“ Bristles sorted in Colours, as White, Black, or Grey, (the latter being composed of the two former,) and cleansed from the wool."

• 7 Geo. IV. c. 48. (6 July, 1826.)

+ 10 Geo. IV. c. 43. (22 June, 1829.) # 2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84 (4 Aug. 1832.) 0 7 and 8 Geo. IV. c. 56. (6 July, 1827.)

£ s. d. Brocade, of Gold or Silver, for every 1001. value

30 0 0 BRONZE, viz. all works of Art made of Bronze, the cwt.

1 0 0 Powder, for every 1001. value ...

25 0 0 Buck WheaT.-See Corn. Bugles, the lb.*

0 2 0 Bullion, and foreign Coin of Gold or Silver, and Ore of

Gold or Silver, or of which the major part in value
is Gold or Silver....

Free.
Bullion, the Produce of any Country, may be brought into the
United Kingdom from any place, and in any sort of ships, how-
ever navigated; and may be landed without report, entry, or

warrant.—6 Geo. IV., c. 107 & 109, $ 2 & 4. Bull Rushes, the load of 63 bundles

0 12 0 Bull-Rushes are to be measured with a piece of cord drawn tight round the bundle, at 20 inches from the root-end of the Rushes ;—the bundle not to exceed 36 incbes in circumference.

-Min. Com. Cus., 18th April, 1828. BURNING Glasses.—See Spectacles. BURRS, for Millstones, the 100...

3 16 0 Busts. See Casts. Butter, the cwt....

1 0 0 Buttons, for every 1001. value.

20 0 0

CABLES, tarred or untarred, the cwt..

0 10 9 not of Iron, in use of any British Ship, being fit and

necessary for such ship, and in the actual use of the
same, and not otherwise disposed of

Free. I If otherwise disposed of, for every 1001. of the value +. 2000 Cakes, viz. Linseed Cakes, see L.-Oil Seed Cakes, see 0.

Rape Cakes, see R. Calamus Aromaticus, the lb...

0 0 10 CALASHES.-See Boots. Calicoes.- See Cotton Manufactures. Calves Velves, the cwt......

0 11 6 CAMBRICS.-See Linen. Camomile Flowers, the lb. I..

0 0 3 CAMPHOR, refined, the cwt. I

2 0 0 unrefined, the cwt. I

0 1 0 CAM-WOOD, the ton I

0 5 0 CANCRORUM Oculi, the lb.

0 1 3 CANDLES, viz. Spermaceti, the lb.

0 2 6 Tallow, the cwt. .....

3 3 4 Wax, the lb....

0 2 6 CANDLEWICK, the cwt...

8 8 CANE, manufactured for making Hats or Bonnets.--See Plat

ting.

. 9 Geo. IV, c. 76. (11 Aug. 1828.) + 9 Geo. IV. c. 76.(11 Aug. 1828.) * 2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84. (4 Aug. 1832.)

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£ d. CANELLA ALBA*, the lb......

0 0 1 CANEs, viz. Bamboo, the 1000.

1 14 0 Rattans, not ground, the 1000

0 0 Reed Canes, the 1000

6 6 Walking Canes or Sticks, mounted, painted, or otherwise ornamented, for every 1001. value..

30 0 0 Whangees, Jumboo, ground Rattans, Dragon's Blood,

and other walking Canes or Sticks, the 1000 4 0 0 CANTHARIDES, the lb. +

0 1 0 CAOUTCHOUC, or Elastic Gum, the cwt. +

0 1 0 CAPERs, including the Pickle, the lb. I.

0 0 6 CAPITA PAPAVERUM, the 1000

0 3 6 CAPSICUM.–See Pepper. CARDAMOMS, the lb. t....

0 1 0 Cards, viz. Playing Cards, the dozen packs.

4 0 0 Foreign Cards, not having the name and place of residence of the foreign maker printed or marked on one card of every pack and on every wrapper, or if any of such cards or wrapper shall be printed or marked in any way with the name of any maker of cards duly licensed within the United Kingdom, such cards shall not be entered to be warehoused ; (see Warehousing System.) And all such foreign cards, wrappers, &c. not printed as aforesaid, or on any of which shall be printed or marked the name of any licensed maker of cards within the United Kingilom, shall be forfeited, and may be seized by any officer of Customs or Excise, and shall and may be proceeded upon to condemnation, according to any laws of Customs or Excise in

force at the time.-9 Geo. IV. c. 18. CARMINE, the ozt.

0 0 6 CARPETS.

Carpets pay duty according to their fabric, as “ Woollen

Manufactures,” &c. CARRARE, or Succinum, the lh.

0 1 8 CARRIAGES, of all sorts, for every 1001. value.

30 0 0 Cashew Nuts and KERNELS.-See Nuts. Casks,g empiy, for every 1001. value..

50 0 0 Cassia Buds, the lb....

0 1 0 Fistula, the lb....

0 10 Lignea, the lb....

0 1 0 imported from any B. P., || the lb.

0 0 6 Castor, the lb.f.

0 0 6 Nuts, see Nuts.—Seed, see Seed.-Oil, see Oil. Casts of Busts, STATUES, or FIGURES, the cwt.

0 2 6 Copies of Casts of Sculptures or Models, first made in the United Kingdom, may not be entered to be warehoused.

* 7 Geo. IV. c. 48. (6 July, 1826.) + 2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84 (4 Aug. 1832.) | 16 Geo. IV. c. 43. (22 June, 1829.)

s Barrels empty, of British manufacture.-See Barrels.
|| io Geo. IV. c. 43. (22 June, 1829.)

6

d. Catechu, or Terra Japonica, the cwt...

0 3 0 Catlings, Harpstrings, or Lutestrings, the gross containing 12 dozen knots.

0 6 4 Cattle,

great, may not be imported into the United Kingdom, on for.
feiture of the same, except Cattle from the Isle of Man, and
being the produce thereof.- 6 Geo. IV. c. 107; 7 & 8 Geo. IV.

c. 56, 9 3. For prohibition of parts belonging thereto, see Hides. CAVIARE, the cwt.......

0 12

0 Cedar Wood, the ton*..

2 10 0 imported from any B. P. the tont..

0 10 Ceiba Tree Cotton, or Silk Cotton.-See Cotton. CHALK, viz. prepared, or otherwise manufactured, and not otherwise enumerated or described, for every 1001.value 40 0

0 unmanufactured, and not otherwise enumerated or described, for every 1001. valne .

120 00 CHAPELS.-See Note on Churches. Charts or Maps, plain or coloured, each Chart or Map, or part thereof..

0 0 6 CHEESE, the cwt.

0 10 Cherries, the cwt.

0 18 Dried, the lb..

0 8 Chicory, roasted or ground, the lb. I

0 0 6 Chillies.—See Pepper. China, goods from, may not be imported into the United

Kingdom, unless by the East India Company, and
into the Port of London.—6 Geo. IV. c. 107.
Small quantities of China, and other articles of trifling value,
the produce and manufacture of China and the East Indies, may
be imported by passengers from the Continent with their Bag-
gage, on payment of the proper duties, and a fine proportionate

to the value of the Article. -Min. Com. Cus. 29 Sept. 1827. China Root, the lb. I ...

0 0 3 China Ware, or Porcelain, viz. plain, for every 1001. value. 15 0 0

painted, gilt, or ornamented, for every 1001. value 300 Chip, Manufactures of.—See Platting. Chocolate and Cocoa Paste, viz. the produce of, and imported from, any B. P. the lb......

0 1 9 From any other place, or if otherwise imported, the lb. 0 4 4 CHROMATE of Lead, the lb...

0 2 0 CHURChes. Stone, Bricks, Timber, or other Materials,

bona fide procured for and used in the building, re-
building, or enlarging of any Churches and Chapels,
under the provisions of the acts 58 Geo. III. c. 45;
59 Geo. III. c. 134; and 3 Geo. IV. c. 72, $ 27. The
duties of Customs and Excise, or any proportion

thereof, chargeable upon the articles aforesaid, may * 7 Geo. IV. c. 43. (6 July, 1926.)

+ 9 Geo. IV. c. 76. (11 Aug. 1828.) 1 2 and 3 Wm. IV. e. 84. (4th Aug. 1832.)

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CHURCHES, continued.

£ 8. d. be remitted, drawn back, or repaid by the Commissioners of the Customs and Excise respectively, under the authority of the Lords of His Majesty's Treasury, subject to such regulations and restrictions as shall be directed by their Lordships.—59 Geo. Ill. c. 134;

3 Geo. IV. c. 72, § 27. CIDER, the tun of 252 gallons

21 10 CINDERS, the ton of 20 cwt.

2 0 CINNABARIS Nativa, the lb.*.

0 0 1 Cinnamont, the lb...

0 1 imported from any British Possession, the lb. $

0 0 6 CITRAT of Lime, the lb.*.

0 0 2 Citric Acid, the lb. *

0 0 6 CITRON, preserved with Salt, for every 1001. value.

20 0 0 preserved with Sugar.-See Succades.

Water.-See Spirits. Civet, the oz ......

0 4 9 CLINKERS or Bricks, the 1000

1 2 6 Clocks, for every 1001. value

25 0 It shall not be lawful to import, or to enter to be warehoused, any Clock or Watch impressed with any mark or stamp appear. ing to be or to represent any legal British assay, mark, or stamp, or purporting, by any inark or appearance, to be of the manufacture of the United Kingdom, or not having the name and place of abode of some foreign maker abroad visible on the frame and also on the face, or not being in a complete state, with all the parts properly fixed in the case.—6 Geo. IV. c. 107, $ 53; 9 Geo. IV. c. 76, 4.

Clocks and Watches for private use, not being marked in the manner above required, may be admitted untii further orders, on payment of the proper duty, upon the party making a declarations of his entire ignorance of the law in question at the time he purchased the Clocks and Watches, and that they are

for his own private use.-T. O. 4 Sept. 1828. Clogs,-See Boots. Cloves,t the lb.

0 3 0 imported from any British Possession in Asia, Africa, or America, the lb.*.

0 0 Coals, the ton of 20 cwt.

2 0 COBALT, the cwt.*

0 1 Cochineal, the lb.||

0 0 Dust, the lb.!!

0 0 2 the Produce of, and imported from, any British Posses. sion, the lb.ll.

0

0 0 2 Dust, the lb.

0 0 1 Coco or Coker Nuts.-See Nuts. Cocoa Nut Husks and Shells, the lb...

0 0 2 Cocoa PASTE. See Chocolate.

• 2 and 3 Wm. IV. c. 84. (4 Aug. 1832.) + See Spices.

$ 10 Geo. IV. c. 43. (22 June, 1829.) For the form of the Declaration, see page 90.

| 7 Geo. IV. c. 48. (6 July, 1826.)

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