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(10.)-A Statement exhibiting the guantity y American ana toreign zonnage entered into and departing from each District of The

United States, during the Year ending on the 30th day of September, 1827.
AMERICAN
FOREIGN

AMERICAN

FOREIGN
DISTRICTS.

DISTRICTS.
Entered, Departing. Entered. Departing.

Entered. Departing. Entered. Departing.
Passamaquoddy

Tons
10,071 20,392 2,801 2,617 Delaware

Tons 697

817 Machias

612 210 Baltimore

55,092 66,577 4,515 4,191 Frenchman's Bay

2,365 2,782 Annapolis

1,926 Waldoborough 2,469 1,066 Saint Mary's

297
Wiscasset

1,826
914
Snow Hill

715

261 Bath

8,964 16,965

279 279 Vienna

207

295
Portland

89,716 42,340

817

Oxford
Kenebunk
1,494 4,279
Georgetown

2,043
5,458 144

144
Penobscot

3,607
8,339
Alexandria

8,692 11,891

341 Belfast 1,068 1,622 Norfolk

13,123

14,633 5,628 4,980 Saco

541 711 Petersburg

19,083 571

571 York

90 Richmond

3,535 16,675 1,187
Portsmouth
12,544 6,849

Yorktown
Newburyport
4,372 3,795
East River

1,162

549
Gloucester
4,321 4,345
Tappahannock

1,333 1,869
Salem
17,255 18,748
Folly Landing

404

260 Ipswich

Cherrystone

166 Marblehead 2,366 1,233 Wilmington

15,275 18,892 2,430 Boston

118,604 85,450 4,798 3,951 Washington

2,098 2,286 Plymouth

2,899 941 Newbern

9,049 114 114 Barnstable

1,627
450
Edenton

574 1,545
Nantucket

204
Camden

2,372 3,735
New Bedford
11,199 13,569

Beaufort
Edgartown

9,812
1,339

Ocracoke
Dighton

519
186
Plymouth

594 1,176 Vermont

Charleston

38,665 68,854 25,418 24,601 Newport 6,974 3,765

Georgetown
Bristol
5,497 5,870

Beaufort
Providence

14,609
11,724
Savannah

21,131

40,292 8,256 9,779
New London
4,230 6,580

Sunbury
Middletown

4,730
4,089
Brunswick

275 880 618 867
New Haven

8,725
6,812
St. Mary's

347 Fairfield

2,353
647

Hardwick
New York

251,522 232,428 35,887

30,090 Mobile

14,312 13,696 3,163 3,073 Sag Harbour

106

Blakely
Champlain
4,719 2,547
Mississippi

66,657 89,793 30,937 30,240
Oswegatchie

Teche
Sacket's Harbour

2,523 2,787 197

245 Pearl River Oswego

Pensacola

1,121 924 266

266 Gennesee 1,093 2,256 3,158 3,010 St. Augustine

128 216

35 Niagara

Apalachicola

58

58
Buffalo

Key West

12,198 9,812 1,920 1,816
Cape Vincent
1,338

Cuyahoga
Perth Amboy

725
933
637

571 Miami
Burlington

Sandusky
Little Egg Harbour

Detroit
Bridgetown

Michilimackinac
Great Egg Harbour
Philadelphia
74,705 68,753 4,007 4,097

Total 918,361 980,542 137,589 131,250
Presque Isle

Treasury Department, Register's Office, 16th April, 1828.

JOSEPH NOURSE Register.

(11.)- Abstract of the Tonnage of the Shipping of the several Districts of The United States, on the last day of December, 1826.

.

Enrolled and Total Ton. nage of each DISTRICTS.

Registered

licensed nage of each
District.

Tonnage.
Tonnage.

District,
11,345 23 Wilmington, Delaware

Tons & 95ths 158 51 10,987 04 11,145 55
4,944 15 Baltimore, Maryland

61,304 70 35,176 57 96,481 32
12,414 54 Oxford

18,039 37 18,039 37
22,657 22 Vienna

320 56 23,625 75 22,946 36
12,552 38 Snow Hill

386 08 7,351 06

7,737 14 34,365 26 Annapolis

115 84 3,404 72 3,520 61 11,176 13 St. Mary's

4,120 10 4,120 10 30,517 21 Georgetown, Columbia

1,584 67 3,244 78 4,829 50 48,559 36 Alexandria

5,875 23 9,00300 14,878 23 5,721 40 Norfolk, Virginia

6,066 87 16,097 08 22,164 00 8,061 01 Petersburg

1,825 91 4,457 50 6,283 46 1,251 03 Richmond

3,304 20 5,541 78 8,846 03 26,213 28 York town

1,546 36 1,546 36 22,880 94 East River

744 26 3,130 00 3,874 26 1,354 64 Tappahannock

1,59190 10,810 44 12,432 39 13,925 52 Folly Landing

191 00 3,229 88 3,420 88 43,380 15 Cherrystone

2,198 68 2,198 68 11,319 65 Wilmington, North Carolina

8,328 80 1,286 03 9,614 83 171,976 12 Newbern

4,845 75 3,618 21 7,864 01 24,608 07 Washington

1,438 75 2,809 91 4,248 71 4,100 62 Edenton

1,291 39 6,573 12 7,864 51 39,898 56 Camden

3,600 55 4,958 50 8,559 10 23,066 24 Beaufort

48 77 1,163 84 1,212 66 2,617 21 Plymouth

165 38 483 07 6-48 45 26,408 16 Ocracoke

1,298 72 1,297 52 2,596 29 19,281 29 Charleston, South Carolina

12,066 50 16,643 89 28,710 44 9,210 80 Georgetown

1,268 05 1,268 05
9,401 60

Beaufort
17,521 12 Savannah, Georgia

4,457 45 4,205 31 8,662, 76
12,616 91 Sunbury
12,279 58 Hardwick
10,291 89 Brunswick

811 49 1,119 29 1,930 78
St. Mary's

494 56 818 57 1,313 19
1,191 11 Miami, Ohio
1,576 82
Cuyahoga

991 31 991 31
428 62 Sandusky

74 63 317 07 391 70 Detroit, Michigan

506 20 506 20
2,052 38

Michilimackinac
Mobile, Alabama

1,494 18 7,156 86 8,651 09
2,110 18

Blakely 7,016 69 Pearl River

664 32

664 32
316,289 01 New Orleans

15,367 27 23,808 69 39,166 01
44 65 Teche
12,035 00 Pensacola

167 71 167 71
16,214 14 St. Augustine

546 06 362 92 909 03
2,162 09 St. Mark's
3,763 18

Total 787.9078 15 796,212 68 1,534,190 83
466 91
Treasury Department, Register's Office, April 15, 1828.

JUSLPH' NOURSE, Register.

DISTRICTS.

Registered
Tonnage,

Passamaquoddy, Maine • Tons & 95ths
Machias
Frenchman's Bay
Penobscot
Belfast
Waldoborough
Wiscasset
Bath
Portland
Saco
Kennebunk
York
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Newburyport, Massachusetts
Ipswich
Gloucester
Salem
Marblehead
Boston
Plymouth
Dighton
New Bedford
Barnstable
Edgartown
Nantucket
Providence, Rhode Island
Bristol
Newport
Middletown, Connecticut
New London
New Haven
Fairfield
Vermont
Champlain, New York
Sackett's Harbour
Oswego
Niagara
Gennessee
Oswegatchie
Buffalo Creek
Sag Harbour
New York
Cape Vincent
Perth Amboy, New Jersey
Bridgetown
Burlington
Little Egg Harbour
Great Egy Harbour
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Presquelle

7,583 32
4,473 10
6,287 33
8,696 70
1,756 73
2,326 40
18,000 80
33,133 41
3,220 63
6,909 29

167 68
20,103 93
9,894 58

69 60
3,545 65
31,641 03

2,928 22
109,383 47
11,258 81

842 89
27,404 22

989 27
1,600 69
21,246 40
14,198 14
6,598 77
6,120 41
6,741 39
3,589 29
4,823 38
205 21

Enrolled and

licensed
Tonnage.
3,761 86
4,944 15
7,941 44
17,369 84
8,855 63
32,608 48

8,849 68
12,516 36
15,425 90
2,500 72
1,151 67
1,083 30
6,109 30
12,986 36

1,276 04
10,379 82
11,739 12
8,391 43
62,592 60
13,608 07
3,257 68
12,494 34
22,076 92

1,016 47
5,161 71
5,083 15
2,612 03
3,281 19
10,779 68
9,027 62
7,456 20
10,086 68

Total Ton

Key West
7,876 72
73,400 17

1,191 11
617 85
46 85

958 92
381 72

742 70

210 07
2,314 00
158,451 38
1,161 83
266 50

1,309 63
1,900 11
4,702 69
157,837 58

44 65
10,873 12
15,947 69
2,162 09
3,763 18
7,876 72
10,116 82

206 87

63,288 80

160 04

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(12).—COMPARATIVE VIEW of the Registered and Enrolled

and Licensed Tonnage of The United States, from 1815 to 1826, inclusive.

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Treasury Department, Register's Office, 15th April, 1828.

JOSEPH NOURSE, Register.

BRITISH ORDER IN COUNCIL, extending the privi

leges of a Free Port to Pictou, and Sydney, in Nova Scotia.—13th February, 1828.

At the Court at Windsor, the 13th day of Fcbruary, 1828,

PRESENT, THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

Whereas by an Act, passed in the 6th Year of His Majesty's Reign, intituled “An Act to regulate the Trade of the British Possessions abroad,” it is, amongst other things, enacted, that no goods shall be imported into, nor shall any goods, except the produce of the fisheries in British Ships, be exported from, any of the British Possessions in America by sea, or from or to any Place other than The United Kingdom, or some other of such Possessions, except into or from the several Ports in such Possessions called Free Ports, enumerated or de. scribed in the Table in the said Act of Parliament contained:

And it is thereby provided, that if His Majesty shall deem it expedient to extend the provisions of the said Act to any Port or Ports not enumerated in the said Table, it shall be lawful for His Majesty, by Order in Council, to extend the provisions of the said Act to such Port or Ports, and it is enacted, that from and after the day mentioned in such Order in Council, all the privileges and advantages of the said Act, and all the provisions, penalties, and forfeitures therein contained, shall extend, and be deemed and construed to extend, to any such Port or Ports respectively, as fully as if the same had been inserted and enumerated in the said Table at the time of passing the said Act:

And whereas His Majesty doth deem it expedient to extend the provisions of the said Act to the Ports of Pictou and Sydney, in the Province of Nova Scotia; His Majesty doth therefore, in pursuance and exercise of the Powers vested in him by the said Act of Parliament, and with the advice of His Privy Council, order, and it is hereby ordered, that, from and after the date of this Order, the provisions of the said Act of Parliament respecting free Ports shall be, and the same are hereby, extended to the said Ports of Pictou and Sydney, in the Province of Nova Scotia:

And the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, and the Right Honourable William Huskisson, one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, are to give the necessary directions herein as to them may respectively appertain.

JAS. BULLER.

LER.

BRITISH ORDER IN COUNCIL, prohibiting the expor

tation of Arms, Gunpowder, &c. to certain parts of Africa. 24th November, 1828.

At the Court at Windsor, the 24th day of November, 1828.

PRESENT, THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

Whereas the time limited by His Majesty's Order in Council, of the 7th of May last, for prohibiting the exportation of gun-powder, salt-petre, or any sort of arms or ammunition, to any Port or Place on the Coast of Africa (except to any Ports or Places within the Streights of Gibraltar), has expired; and whereas it is deemed expedient that the said prohibition should be continued for some time longer; His Majesty, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, doth therefore hereby order, require, and command, that no Person or Persons whatever (except the Master-General of the Ordnance for His Majesty's Service), do, at any time during the space of 6 months (to commence from the date of this Order), presume to transport any gun-powder or salt-petre, or any sort of arms or ammunition, to any Port or Place on the Coast of Africa (except to any Ports or Places within the Streights of Gibraltar) or ship or lade any gun-powder or salt-petre, or any sort of arms or ammunition, on board any Ship or Vessel, for the transporting of the same into any such Ports or Places on the Coast of Africa (except as above excepted), without leave or permission in that behalf first obtained from His Majesty or His Privy Council, upon pain of incurring and suffering the respective forfeitures and penalties imposed in that behalf by an Act, passed in the 6th Year of His present Majesty's Reign, intituled “An Act for the general regulation of the Customs:”

And the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, the Master-General and the rest of the Principal Officers of the Ordnance, and His Majesty's Secretary at War, are to give the necessary directions herein as to them may respectively appertain.

C.C. GREVILLE.

BRITISH ORDER IN COUNCIL, granting to Spanish

Vessels certain privileges of trading with the British Possessions Abroad.-28th April, 1828.

At the Court at St. Jumes's, the 28th day of April, 1828,

PRESENT, THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

WHEREAS by a certain Act of Parliament, passed in the 6th Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, intituled “An Act to regulate the trade of the British Possessions abroad,” after reciting, that “ by the Law of Navigation Foreign Ships are permitted to import into any of the British Possessions abroad, from the Countries to which they belong, goods, the produce of those Countries, and to export goods from such Possessions to be carried to any Foreign country whatever, and that it is expedient that such permission should be subject to certain conditions, it is enacted, “ that the privileges thereby granted to Foreign Ships shall be limited to the Ships of those Countries which, having Colonial Possessions, shall grant the like privileges of trading with those Possessions to British Ships, or which, not having Colonial Possessions, shall place the Commerce and Navigation of this Country, and of its Possessions abroad, upon the footing of the most favoured Nation, unless His Majesty, by His Order in Council, shall in any case deem it expedient to grant the whole or any of such privileges to the Ships of any Foreign Country, although the conditions aforesaid shall not in all respects be fulfilled by such Foreign Country :"

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