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LONDON PORT OR DOCK DUTIES.

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For every ton burthen of every Ship or Vessel entering Inwards or ar

riving in the Port of LONDON from, or Clearing Outwards or depart.

ing from the said Port for the following Countries and Places :ANTWERP

S. d. | America, North, any of the s. d. BRABANT.

British Colonies or ProBREMEN ...

vinces in DENMARK

America, any of the United
FLANDERS, or any other part

States of..
of the NETHERLANDS ... AZORES, any of
FRANCE, within Ushant ... Canary Islands, any of ..
GERMANY, any part of,

FLORIDA

0 5 bordering on or near the France, between USHANT GERMANIC OCEAN....

and SPAIN... GUERNSEY, JERSEY, ALDER-) 0 27 Madeira ISLANDS, any of.. NEY, and SARK

PORTUGAL HAMBURGH

Spain, without the MediHOLLAND, or any other of

TERRANEAN the United Provinces... LOUISIANA — T. 0. 30 July, HOLSTEIN

1821 IRELAND LAPLAND, on this side of the

AFRICA North Cape

AMERICA SOUTH MAN, ISLE OF...

China...
NORWAY

EAST INDIES
France, within the Medi-

TERRANEAN
GIBRALTAR

GREENLAND,
Baltic Sea, any country or MeDITERRANEAN ORADRIATIC
place within....

Sea, any country, island, COURLAND..

port, or place within, or FINLAND

bordering on, or near

0 7 LAPLAND, beyond the North

Mexico Cape..

Pacific Ocean, any country,

0 4 LIVONIA.

island, port, or place POLAND.

within, or bordering on. PRUSSIA...

or near ... Russia, without or within Spain, within the Mediterthe Baltic Sea....

RANEAN.
SWEDEN

WEST INDIES
And any other country,

island,port,or place to the
Southward of 25 degrees
of North Latitude....

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LONDON Port or Dock Duties, continued.

£ 8.

d. For every ton burthen of every Ship or Vessel trading

Coastwise between the Port of London and any Port or
Place in Great Britain, the Orkneys, Shetland, or the
Western Islands of Scotland, for every voyage in and

... 0 0 2 See the Tonnage Duty, to be levied on Netherland Vessels exporting Salt, in page 202.

Exemptions from the London Port or Dock Duties. Any Ship or Vessel coming to or going Coastwise from the Port of

London, or to any part of Great Britain, unless such Ship or Ves.

sel shall exceed forty-five tons burthen. Any Vessel bringing Corn Coastwise, the principal part of whose cargo

shall consist of Corn.* Any Fishing Smacks, Lobster, and Oyster Boats; or Vessels for Pas

sengers. Any Vessel or Vessels, or Craft navigating the River Thames above and

below London Bridge, as far as Gravesend only. And Any Ship or Vessel entering inwards or outwards in ballast.

* Vessels BRINGING FLOUR AND MALT.-The following decisions have taken place, as regards vessels being wholly or nearly laden with those articles, viz. :-Any vessel whose cargo shall consist only of Flour and Malt.-— Treas. Order, 30 March, 1818. Any Vessel whose Cargo shall principally consist of Corn and Flour.-Min. Com. Cus. 15 Dec. 1828 ; and by Min. Com. Cus., 6 Jan. 1831, the dock duty paid on four Vessels nearly laden with Flour from Liverpool, was remitted.

The foregoing duties were imposed for the purpose of defraying the charges of certain improvements in the Port of London, for the greater convenience of Trade and Shipping, and for raising a fund for future contingent expenses. When a sufficient sum shall have been raised, the duties are to cease. -39 Geo. III. (Local) c. 69..; 43 Geo. III. (Local)

c. 124.

INLAND DUTIES OF EXCISE,
PAYABLE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM.

Gt. Britain. Ireland. £ s. d. £

$. d. BRICKS, not ex. 10 in. long, 3 in. thick, and 5 in. wide, the 1000....

0 5 10 ex. the above dimensions, the 1000.. 0 10 0 smoothed or polished on one or more sides,

not ex. 10 in. long, by 5 in. wide, the 1000, 0 12 10 ..... ex. those dimensions, as Paving

Tiles.-See Tiles.

Gt. Britain. Ireland.

£ 9. d. £. 8. d. GLASS, viz., Flint, the Ib.

0 0 6 0 0 6 Broad, the cwt......

1 10 01 10 0 Crown, the cwt.....

3 13 6 3 13 6 Plate, in plates or sheets of not less size than

6 in. by 4 in., and not less than $, nor more
than of an inch in thickness, the cwt. .. 3 0 0 3 0 0

other than in such plates or sheets,
the cwt......

4 18 0 4 18 0 Common Bottles, the cwt. ......

0 7 0 0 7 0

HOPS, the lb.......

0 0 2

0 2 7 0 2 7

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MALT, made from Barley, the bushel ...

made from Bear or Bigg only, in Scotland

or Ireland, the bushel MEAD, or Metheglin, the gallon....

0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

PAPER, First Class, viz.-All Paper other than

Brown Paper, made of Old Ropes or
Cordage only, the lb..

0 0 3 0 0 3 Second Class, viz.-All Brown Paper, made

of Old Ropes and Cordage only, the lb... 0 0 14 0 Old Glazed Paper, Mill-board, and Scaleboard, the cwt.......

1 1 0 1 1 0 Pasteboard, made wholly of Second Class Paper, the cwt. ...::

0 14 0 0 14 0 made wholly or in part of Paper, other than the Second Class, the cwt. 1 8 0 1 8 0 Printed, Painted, or Stained, the yard

0

0 0 1

0 lt

0 0 3
0 0 13
0 7 6

0 3 4 0 3 4

0 7 6

SOAP, viz., Hard, the lb.

Soft, the lb...
SPIRITS, made in England, the gallon*

made in Scotland or Ireland for home con

sumption, the gallon *.
imported from Scotland or Ireland into Eng-

land, the gallon* .
STARCH, or British Gum, or any preparation of or

from Starch, the lb. STONE Bottles, not exceeding two quarts mea

sure, the cwt.....
Sweets, or Liquor made by infusion, fermenta-

tion, or otherwise, from Fruit or Sugar, or
from Fruit and Sugar mixed with any
other ingredients or materials whatsoever,

.....a...

0 0 31

0 5 0

. Of the strength of hydrometer proof.

Gt. Britain. Ireland. Sweets, continued.

£ 8. d £. 8. t. commonly called Sweets or Made Wines, the gallon.....

0 0 6 0 0 6

sale price

TEA, sold at or under 28. the lb. (by the East
India Company), for every 1001. of the

96 0 0
do. above 28. per lb. for every 1001. of the
sale price....

100 0 0 Tiles, viz., Plain Tiles, the 1000

0 5 8 Pan or Ridge, the 1000

0 12 10 Paving Tiles, not ex, 10 in. square, the 100. 0 2 5

ex. 10 in. square, the 100. 0 4 10 all other Tiles, the 1000 ....

0 4 10 VINEGAR, or Acetous Acid, or Liquors prepared

or preparing for Vinegar, or Acetous
Acid, the gallon.....

0 0 2 0 0 2 For the Countervailing Duties between England and Ireland, see page 220 ; and for the Excise Drawbacks on certain Goods exported, see below.

A
TABLE OF BOUNTIES AND DRAWBACKS

OF CUSTOMS AND EXCISE,
Payable on Exportation to Foreign Parts, of certain Articles the Pro-

duce or Manufacture of the United Kingdom. BEER,* brewed or made by any entered brewer of Beer for £ s. d

sale in the United Kingdom, and which shall be duly
exported from any part of the United Kingdom,
to foreign parts as merchandize, the barrel of 36

gallons imperial measure.—1 Will. IV. c. 51, $ 9. 0 5 0 Before any debenture for the above Drawback shall be paid, the exporter of the Beer or Ale, or his principal clerk or manager, together with the Brewer thereof, or bis Foreman, or Manager, shall make oath thereon before the proper officer of Excise, that such Beer or Ale was put on board the exporting ship as merchandize to be spent * beyond the seas, and no part thereof for the ship's use, and that according to the best of his knowledge and belief the same has been brewed wholly from Malt which has been charged with and paid the duty of 28.7d. for every bushel thereof, and shall also specify in such oath the time when, and the place where ; and the Brewer being an entered and licensed rewer for sale, by whom such Beer or Ale was brewed, and that the quantity of Malt used in brewing thereof was in the proportion of not less than two bushels Imperial measure for every thirty-six gallons thereof.

Persons making false statenients to forfeit the sum of 2001., and the Debenture to be void.-1 Will. IV. c.51, § 11.

* The Act says spent. Query if not intended to be sent.

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Books. See Paper.
BOTTLES of Stone *, not ex. 2 quarts in measure (and not

being Blacking Bottles), the cwt........

of Glass.-See Glass. Bricks,t I viz. not ex. 10 in. long, 3 in. thick, and 5 in. wide,

0 5 0

the 1000 .....

0 5 10 0 10 0

ex. the above dimensions, the 1000..
smoothed or polished on one or more sides, not ex. 10

in. long by 5 in. wide, the 1000....

0 12 10

0 2 9

3 0 0

3 13 6

GLASSI, viz. Plate Glass, made in and exported from any part

of the United Kingdom, to Foreign parts, ground or
polished, in rectangular pla:es at least 6 in. long, and
4 in. broad, and 4th of an in. thick throughout, free
from stains, and of good and fair quality, the square

foot superficial measure g..
unground and unpolished, made in and exported from

any part of the United Kingdom to Foreigo parts, or
to the islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, or Sark,
in rectangular plates 6 in. long, and 4 in. broad at
the least, and not less than gths or more than gths of

an in. thick, and of good and fair quality, the cwt.ş..
Window Glass (not being spread glass), flashed or

otherwise, and commonly called Crown Glass or Ger-
man Sheet Glass, made in and exported from any part
of the United Kingdom to Foreign parts, or to the
Islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, or Sark, in
whole, half, or quarter tables, the cwt. ...

Panes of ditto, made in and exported from any
part of the United Kingdom to Foreign parts, being
in rectangular figures, not less than 6 in. long. by 4 in.
broad, and not containing any part of the bullion or

thick centre part of the table, the cwt. 9.....
Spread Window Glass, commonly called Broad Glass,
made in and exported from any part of the United
Kingdom to Foreign parts, or to the Islands of Jersey,

Guernsey, Alderney, or Sark, the cwt. §
Common Bottles (not being Phials), Vessels made use

of in Chemical Laboratories, Garden Glasses, and all
other vessels or utensils of Common Bottle Metal,
made in and exported from any part of the United
Kingdom to Foreign parts, or to the Islands of Jersey,
Guernsey, Alderney, and Sark, the cwt. S

4 18 0

1 10 0

No drawback shall be allowed or paid on any Glass exported to the Islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark, or Man, or any of them, except in cases where the

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* 57 Geo. III.c. 32. † 43 Geo. III. c. 69.8 5 & 12.45 Geo. III. c. 30. § 10. # Excise Drawback,

9 Geo. IV. c. 48. # I believe this rate, so far as relates to Guernsey and Jersey, has been reduced by Treas. Order, to 6s.

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