Tables of reductions: deals to Petersburg standard [&c.].

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Page 391 - Fir, hewn, not exceeding 3 feet in length nor exceeding 8 inches square, imported for the sole purpose of making herring barrels for the use of the fisheries . . . free.
Page 391 - Kingdom any goods which are not by this or any law in force at the time of importation thereof prohibited to be so imported, and to warehouse under the laws in force for the warehousing of goods, except as hereinafter provided, in warehouses duly approved for the warehousing of goods, without payment of duty on the first entry thereof, any goods subject to duties of Customs the importation and warehousing whereof is not prohibited by any law in force at the time of such importation...
Page 391 - Goods under mentioned, on Importation into Great Britain and Ireland; that is to say, sd Teak and Wood for Shipbuilding Purposes the Load 010 Mahogany, Hard Wood, or Furniture Woods ; viz. Box Wood, Beef Wood, Cedar, Ebony, King Wood, Lignum...
Page 391 - Colonial, on importation into Great Britain and Ireland, the following Duties of Customs shall, on and after the...
Page 395 - The length to be taken to the quarter of a foot, and the content computed according to the following example : — EXAMPLE.
Page 391 - Maple, New Zealand Wood, Olive Wood, Purple Wood, Rose Wood, Satin Wood, Santa Maria Wood, Speckled Wood, Sweet Wood, Tulip Wood, Walnut Wood, Zebra Wood, Furniture Wood unenumerated, not being Ash, Beech, Birch, Elm, Oak, and Wainscot - the Ton 010 Staves, not exceeding 72 Inches in Length, nor 7 Inches in Breadth, nor 3^ Inches in.
Page 391 - TVood and Timber, hewn, and Lathwood the Load 010 Sawn or split, planed or dressed the Load 020...
Page 391 - Colonial, hereinafter mentioned i that is to say, provided that no such drawback shall be allowed unless the person claiming the same shall make and subscribe a declaration that the goods in respect to which he claims such drawback are of Foreign or Colonial produce, as the case may be — . *. d.

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