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SCHEDULE (B.)

A SCHEDULE of Duties payable on Articles imported into His

Majesty's Colonies, Plantations, or Islands in America or the
West Indies, from Ports in Europe or Africa, under the
Authority of this Act,

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Wine, imported in Bottles, viz.-
French Wine

the Tun of 252 Gallons
Madeira Wine

the Tun of 252 Gallons Portugal Wine

the Tun of 252 Gallons
Rhenish, Germany and

the Tun of 252 Gallons
Hungary Wine
Spanish Wine, and

Wine not otherwise the Tun of 252 Gallons

enumerated
And in addition to the specified duties hereby

imposed upon such Wines respectively, a fur-
ther Duty for every 1001. of the true and real

Value thereof
And for every Dozen of Foreign Quart Bottles,

in which such Wine may be imported
Corn
Flour
Grain

For every 1001. of the

true and real Value Meal

thereof
Peas
Beans
Headings

for every 1,000 Lumber, viz. Yellow or White Pine

all other Descriptions Mill Timber, the like Shingles, for every 1,000, not exceeding 12 Inches in

length

per 1,000 Feet

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for every 1,000, exceeding 12 Inches Staves, Oak, Red or White

for every 1,000 Wood Hoops

for every 1,000
Alabaster
Anchovies
Argol
Anniseed
Amber

For every 1001. of the

true and real Value Almonds

thereof
Brandy
Brimstone
Botargo
Boxwood

7 10 0

SCHEDULE (B.)-continued.

£ s. d. Schedule (B.) continued.

Currants Capers Cascasoo Cantharides Cumminseed Coral Cork Cinnabar

Dates

Essence of Bergamot

of Lemon
of Roses
of Citron
of Orange
of Lavender

of Rosemary
Emery Stone
Fruit, viz.

dry, and preserved in

Sugar
wet, preserved in

For every 1001. of

Brandy
Figs
Gum Arabic

Mastic
Myrrh
Sicily
Ammoniac

the true and real
Value thereof

7 10 0

Honey
Jalap
Juniper Berries
Incense of Frankincense
Lava and Malta Stone, for

building
Lentils
Manna
Marble, rough and worked
Mosaic Work
Medals
Musks
Maccaroni

Nuts of all Kinds

Oil of Olives

of Almonds

£ 8. d.

Opium
Orris Root
Ostrich Feathers
Ochres
Orange Buds, and Peel
Olives

Pickles, in Jars and Bottles
Paintings
Pozzolana
Pumice Stone
Punck
Parmesan Cheese
Pickles
Prints
Pearls
Precious Stones (except

Diamonds)
Quickilver

7 10 0

Raisins Rhubarb Rice

Sausages Senna Scm mony Sarsaparilla Saffron Safflower Sponges

Vermillion Vermicelli

Wine, not in Bottles, except

For every 1001. of the

true and real Value thereof

Wine imported into New.

foundland Whetstones

THE NEW REGISTRY ACT.

No. V.

An Act for the Registering of Vessels.-4 Geo. 4. c. 41.

WHEREAS the wealth and strength of this kingdom, and the prosperity and safety of every part of the British empire, greatly depend on the encouragement given to shipping and navigation; and whereas divers acts have from time to time been passed for the purpose of confining to ships wholly built in his Majesty's dominions the advantages which were formerly given by the Legislature to ships owned and navigated by his Majesty's subjects, and for that purpose divers regulations have from time to time been made, for the registering of and the transferring of the property in such ships ; which regulations have been found in some respects inelfectual, and in others inconvenient: and whereas the object of the Legislature in passing the said several acts may be more effectually attained by repealing the same, and by comprising and consolidating in one act the several provisions contained therein, but varied and altered in some respects: be it therefore enacted by the King's most excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, that from and after the thirty-first day of

December one thousand eight hundred and twenty-three, so much of Repeal of former laws relat- an act passed in the seventh and eighth years of the reign of his late ing to registry Majesty King William the Third, intituled “An Act for preventing of vessels.

Frauds and regulating Abuses in the Plantation Trade," as relates in any 7 & 8 W. 3. c.

way to the registering of ships and vessels; and also so much of an act 22.

passed in the fifteenth year of the reign of His late Majesty King George 15 G. 2. c. 31. the Second, intituled “ An Act for further regulating the Plantation Trade,

and for relief of Merchants importing Prize Goods from America, and for preventing collusive Captures there; and for obliging the claimers of Vessels seized for Exportation of Wool, or any unlawful Importation, to give security for costs; and for allowing East India Goods to be taken out of Warehouses in order to be cleaned and refreshed,” as relates in any way to the proof to be given that the ship or vessel belongs to British subjects, before the same is permitted to trade; and as relates to the liberty to be given to trade where the certificate of the registry hath been lost; and as relates to the registering of a ship or vessel de novo; and also the

whole of an act of parliament passed in the twenty-sixth year of the reign of 26 G. 3. c. 60. his late Majesty King George the Third, intituled“ An Act for the further

Increase and Encouragement of Shipping and Navigation ;” and also so

much of an act passed in the twenty-seventh year of the reign of his late 27 G. 3. c. 19. Majesty King George the Third, intituled “ An Act to enforce and render

more effectual several Acts passed in the Twelfth Year of the Reign of King Charles the Second, and other Acts made for the Increase and Encouragement of Shipping and Navigation,” as relates in any way to the registering of ships or vessels; and also so much of an act passed in the twenty-eighth year of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Third,

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