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(Skim and Furs continued]. Deer (kins Cat
Bear, wolfe, and tyger Wolveren
Otter Squirrel, and
Raccoon Sundry other (kins and furs
SADLIRY, AND OTHER ARTICLES IN LEATHER.
Saddles, mens' Shoes, mens' and womens'
Whips Boot legs
Coach and other carriage harness Leather tanned and dressed
Waggon and cart geers
Other boards and plank
£ rOak, pine, &c.
Oak barkj ground Bowls, dishes, platters, Sec.
Yokes and bowes for oxen
Waggon and cart wheels
Spokes and Fellies
Bellows for smiths
Blacking or lampblack
Candles, myrtle wax
Snuff ■ .
The proportion of their exports, and their value to the nations before mentioned, and to their dominions respectively, as they stood in tie year 1791 is as follows. ■
SUMMARY OF EXPORTS.
To the dominions of Russia * . . 3.57°
To the dominions of Sweden ... 21,866. >
To the dominions of Denmark - . 277,273- 53
To the dominions of the United Netherlands - s ,634,825. 6
To the dominions of Great Britain - - 7,953j41& *< To the Imperial ports of the Austrian Netherlands an4
Germany _ . . . 362,010.21
To Hamburg, Bremen, and other Hanse towns - 64,259.25
To the dominions of France . 4,298,762.26
To the dominions of Spain ... 1,301,286.95
To the dominions of Portugal - - 1,039,696.47
To the Italian Ports - 31,726.90
To Morocco .... 3,66o. 50
To the East Indies, generally . - , . 318,628.46
To Africa, generally . . 168,477.92
To the West Indies, generally - . 59>434- 3*>
To the North West Coast of America . . 3,380
To Europe and the West Indies for a market - 29,274. 5
The exports of the year ending September 31, 1792, amounted in value to twenty-one millions, five thousand five hundred and sixty-eight pounds, from which time they have been gradually on the increase.
The imports of America, consist mostly of articles on which European industry has been exhausted, an idea of their extent, as well as of that of the American navigation, depending on their commerce, will appear by the following tables, containing abstracts of duties on the imports, and on the tonnage of vessels entered into the different ports of the United States, in the year 1791.
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