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AN

ALPHABETICAL LIST

OF

WAREHOUSING PORTS IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND

IRELAND.

Distinguishing the several Species of Goods allowed to be

Warehoused at each Port.

See also Note at the end of this List.

Black or Dantzic Beer may be Warehoused at any Warehousing Port in the United Kingdom, under the regulations of the Warehousing Act*. Corn, in like manner, by the 9 Geo. IV., c. 76, § 15.

ENGLAND. ARUNDEL.

...Goods in Table C.

BARNSTAPLE..

BIDEFORD

BOSTON
BRIDGEWATER..

BRIDPORT.

...All Goods except Tobacco, East IndiaGoods,

and Goods in Table F, (other than Sugar.) + ..Goods in Table A; Wine and Spirits in

Table B; and Goods in Table C. .. Wine and Spirits in Table B. Wine and Spirits iu Tahle B; and Wood

and Tar in Table CI; to which have

been added Rum and Tallows. West India Rum, Brandy, Geneva, and other

Spirits, Wine, Hemp, Iron in bars, Timber, Deals, and other Wood Goods, Tal. low, Ashes, Hides and Skins, Sugar, Currants, and other Fruit, Barilla, and Allum.-Treas. Order, 17 Jan-Min. Com.

Cus. 27 April 19 May, & 14 July, 1832. .East India Goods; and Goods in Tables

A, B, C, D, and E.

BRISTOL

CARLISLE..

. The privilege of Bonding Goods at Carlisle,

is extended || to Timber and Wood imported direct from foreign parts, and that of removing coastwise for the purpose of being bonded at that port, to all Goods

(except Tobacco, Silk, East India Goods, * Treas. Order, 13 May, 1822.

† Treas. Order, 14 Feb. 1828. * Treas. Order, 7 June, 1823.

Treas. Order, 15 Oct. 1830. || I am not aware that Goods were allowed to be bonded at Carlisle previous to this Order.-ED.

WAREHOUSING Ports, continued.

Goods prohibited to be imported, and Goods subject to ad valorem duties), upon proper and secure premises being provided by the parties, it being understood that the indulgence here granted is to be restricted to articles for home

use. --Treas. Order, 12 July, 1830. Chepstow

. Timber, Deals, Hemp, Linseed, Staves,

Tallow, and Tar.-Treas. Order, 14 June,

1828. CHESTER...

.Rum in Table A*, and Wine and Spirits in

Table B. CHICHESTER

Wood, Pitch, Tar, and Iron in Table C;

and Wool in Table E. ColchESTER

Rum in Table Art and Wine and Spirits in

Table B. Cowes

...Goods in Table3 A, B, and D; and Timber

and Deals in Table C.

DARTMOUTH ....

.Goods in Tables A, B, C, and D, except

Tobacco.
.Goods in Table B, (except Tobacco); and

Timber, and Wood in Table C.

Dover....

EXETER

...All Goods except Tobacco, East India

Goods, and Goods enumerated in Table A, of the 4 Geo. IV., c. 24 (see this Table under Table F, in page 235), other than Sugar, upon proper warehouses being fitted up in all respects according

TABLE A.-Annotto or Rocou, Cassia Fistula, Cocoa Nuts, Coffee, and Sugar; not

being the produce of, nor imported from any place within the limits of the East India Company's Charter,

Angustura Bark, Cotton Wool, Ginger, Indigo, Mahogany, Melasses, Pimento, Rum, and Wine; imported from the West Indies.

Cocoa Nuts, Coffee, Cotton Wool, Ginger, Indigo, Mahogany, Melasees, Pimento, Rum, and Sugar: the Growth or Produce of, and imported

direct from any of the Territories or Dominions of the Crown of Portugal. TABLE B.-Brandy, Geneva, and other Spirits; Rice, Shrub, Tobacco, and Wine ;

not being the Produce of, nor Imported from any Place within the limits of the East India Company's Charter, (Spirits and Wine excepted,) or not being Imported from the West Indies.

Cocoa Nuts, Coffee, Cotton Wool, Ginger, Indigo, Mahogany, Melasses, Pimento, Rum, and Sugar; being the Growth or Produce of, and Imported direct from any of the Territories or Dominions of the Crown of Portugal.

Spirits and Wine, being the Produce of any place within the limits of the East India Company's Charter, and Imported otherwise than by the said Company.

Table C. Treas. Order, 24 Sept. 1827. + Treas. Order, 24 Dec. 1829.

WAREHOUSING Ports, continued.

to the established regulations.
Com. Cus. 20 Oct. 1830.

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TABLE C.-Brimstone, Cork, Hemp Undressed, Iron in Bars, or Slit, or hammered

into Rods, and Iron drawn or hammered less than of an inch square, Kelp, Linseed, Mahogany, Marble Blocks, Oil of Turpentine, Pitch, Rape Seed, Rosin, Staves, Tallow, Tar, Timber, Tow, Turpentine, Wood, Zaffre or Cobalt; not being the Produce of, nor Imported from within the limits of the East India Company's Charter, and not being Imported from the

West Indies. TABLE D.-Hides, Oil of British Fishing, Oil of Spermaceti or Head Matter,

Train Oil, and all other Fish Oil, Blubber of British Fishing, Whale Fins of British Fishing; Indian Deer Skins, Half Dressed or Shaved, and Skins and Furs of all sorts, not Tanned, Tawed, or in any way Dressed ; not being the Produce of, nor Imported from within the limits of the East

India Company's Charter, and not being Imported from the West Indies. TABLE E.-Alkermes, Almonds, Anchovies, Angustura Bark, Aniseed, Annotto or

Rocou, Arrowroot, Ashes, Balsam of all sorts, Barilla, Beads of Ame ber and of Coral, Bees' Wax, Black or Dantzic Beer, Bristles, undressed,

Buck • Treas. Order, 28 June, 1831. + Treas. Order, 19 Dec, 1831.

Min. Com. Cus. 23 June, 1829.

WAREHOUSING Ports, continued.
NEWCASTLE

.Goods in Tables A, B, C, D, and E.
NEWHAVEN

Rum in Table A ;* Wine and Spirits in

Table B; and Timber and Wood in
Table C.

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SOUTHAMPTON .

SHOREHAM

...Spirits in Table A ; Wine and Spirits in

Table B; Goods in Tables C, D, and E;
and East India Goods removed from Lon-
don for Exportation to Guernsey and

Jersey.
Wine and Spirits in Table B+, and Goods

in Table C.
Rum in Table A ; Wine and Spirits in Table

B; Timber and Goods in Table C; Clover
Seed and Green Fruit in Table E. ; Pot
Ashes I; Sugar, Coffee, Dried Fruit,
Rice, Cheese, Cocoa Nuts, Hides and
Skins. §

STOCKTON

TABLE E, continued.

Buck Wheat, Cantharides, Turkey Carpets, Cassia Fistula, Catlings or
Lutestrings, Cheese, Chip Hats, Citrat of Lime, Citron in Salt and Water,
Clover Seed, Cochineal, and Cochineal Dust, Cocoa Nuts, Coffee, Cotton
Wool, and Cotton Yarn, Currants, Elephants' Teeth, Essence of Bergamot,
and of Lemon, Essence of British America Spruce, Imported from thence,
Euphorbium, Feathers for Beds, Figs, Flax, German Sausages, Ginger, Gin-
seng, Granilla, Gum Arabic, Copal, Guaiacum, and Senegal, Hams, Harp-
strings, Hones, Jalap, Jesuits Bark, Jet, India Rubbers, Indigo, Isinglass,
Juice of Lemons, Limes, and Oranges, Juniper Berries, Lamp Black, Plain
Linen (except Sail Cloth), Linseed Cakes, Liquorice Powder, Maccaroni,
Madder, ground, Mahogany, Manna, Mercury, Mohair Yarn, Melasses,
Oil of Almonds, of Amber, Aniseed, Bay, Cajaputa, Carraway, Cassia,
Castor, Cinnamon, Cloves, Jessamine, Juniper, Lavender, Linseed, Mace,
Marjoram, Nutmegs, Olives, Oranges, Palm, Pine, Rock, Rosemary, and
Rosewood, Salad Oil, Oil of Sassafras, of Spike, Thyme, Turpentine, and
Walnut, Chemical, and Perfumed Oils not otherwise enumerated, Opium,
Orange Flower Water, and Orange Flower Ointment, Otto of Roses, Pearl

Barley,
* Treas. Order 24 Dec 1829.
| Treas. Order, 3 Feb. 1824. | Min. Com. Cus. 5 Oct. 1830.
$ Treas. Order, 11 May, 1832.

WAREHOUSING Ports, continued.
SUNDERLAND.

.Goods in Tables A, B, C, D; and E*, (ex

cept Tobacco). SWANSEA..

Goods in Table C.

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BORROWSTONESS ...... Timber and Wood, in Table C. ||

DUMFRIES
DUNDEE

.Wine in Table B.
Wine and Spirits in Tables A, and B; Iron,

Pitch, Tar, Timber, and Wood in Table C.

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TABLE E, continued.

Barley, Pictures, Pigs Chaps and Faces, Pimento, Pitch Burgundy, Platting of Straw or Chip, Pots Melting, Prunes, Quicksilver, Radix Serpentariæ, Rags, Raisins of all sorts, Rape Cakes, Rhinehurst, Rhubarb, Rum, Saccharum Saturni, Saffron, Sal Ammoniacus, Sal Gem, Sal Limonum or Acetosella, Sal Prunella, Sal Succini, Saphora, Sarsaparilla, Sena, Silk, Raw, Thrown,

or Waste, Smalts, Straw Hats, Succus Liquoritiæ, Sugar, Tapioca, Tar Barbadoes, Tornsal, Toys, Verdigris, Vermicelli, Vermilion, Vanelloes, and all other Goods unmanufactured, not being the Produce of, nor Imported from within the limits of the East India Company's Charter,

and not being Imported from the West Indies.
* Treas. Order, 1 July, 1831. + Treas. Order, 6 June, 1822.

# Treas. Order, 30 Nov. 1829. The permission to warehouse Tobacco at_this Port, extends only to such Tobacco as shall be removed under Bond from Ports in England.

Treas. Order, 6 May, 1824.

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