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SILK, PONGEES, continued, viz. :
£. 8. d. ...... ex. 15 yards and not ex. 21 yards. piece 1 0 3 0 ...... ex. 21 yards and not ex. 31 yards. piece | 0 5 0 ..... Handkerchiefs, plain and figured, in pieces not ex. 9 yards in length piece 01 6 ... ex. 9 yards and not ex. 18 yards in
length . . . . . . piece 0 30 Manufactures of Silk, or of Silk and any
other Material not being Articles wholly
for every 1001. value / 15 00 ....., of and from a British Possession.
for every 1001. value 5 0 0 - Articles, Manufactures of Silk, or of Silk
and any other Material, not particularly enumerated, or otherwise charged with duty .. for every 1001. value | 15 0 0 ...... of and from a British Possession, ()
for every 1001. value 5 0 0
of Europe, viz. :-
brocaded, viz. :-
enumerated . . . lb. 060
Or, and at the option of the officers of the Customs,(3)
: : for every 1001. value | 15 00 - Gauze, or CRAPE, Plain, Striped, Figured,
or Brocaded, viz. :
O Delhi shawls or scarves, worked on goat's hair, wool, or cotton net, ad. mitted as “Manufactures of Silk,” of and from a British Possession.-T.O. 5th March, 1847. Silk embroidery on hair, &c., such as Cashmere scarves, when the produce of a British Possession in Asia, and imported through Alexandria, is to be admitted at the low duty, upon the proprietor's declaration as to produce.-B.M. 6th May, 1843.
) Duty is charged upon wrought silks, on any fractional part of a pound pot less than an ounce, and the following practice is to be pursued :-When the draft is under 1 cwt., the oz. weight to be used. When the draft is 1 cwt. and under 2 cwt., not less than 2 oz, to be used, and when the draft is 2 cwt. and under 3 cwt., not less than 3 oz. to be used, and so on, at the rate of 1 oz. for every cwt.-G.0. 27th Feb. 1827 ; and No. 13, 1843.
(3) The option applies to articles thereof only.-B.O., 10th June, 1846, to Southampton.
Silk Manufactures, Gauza, continued, viz. : | £. 8. d.
....... ...... Broad Stuffs . . . lb. | 0 9 0
enumerated . . . lb. 1 0 10 0
Or, and at the option of the officers of the Customs,(1)
for every 1001. value | 15 0 0 GAUZE, mixed with Silk, Satin, or other materials, the Gauze being in less propor. tion than one-half part of the fabric, viz.: ...... ...... Broad Stuffs (3) . . lb. 090 ...... ...... Articles thereof, not otherwise
enumerated . . . lb. | 0 10 0
Or, and at the option of the officers of the Customs,(')
for every 1001. value
....... Broad Stuffs . lb. 0 9 0
0 10 0
for every 1001. value 15 0 0
is wholly composed of Cotton, or
other materials than Silk. . lb.
Brocaded, or plain Ribbons of more
than one colour . . . lb. 0 10 0 ...... Gauze or Crape, Plain, Striped, Fi
gured, or Brocaded . . lb. 0 14 0
(1) The option applies to articles thereof only.-B.0., 10th June, 1846, to Southampton.
(2) Handkerchiefs or other broad stuffs having any portion of the fabric gauze, are to be charged as “silk gauze broad stuffs."-B,0. 20th May, 1852, No. 315.
(3) Plain Satin Ribbons, with grogram edge, to pay duty as “ Plain Satin Ribbons."--T.0. 28th Sept. 1817.
Chatelaines (made four in breadth in one piece, fit for use when cut along the fringed interstices),to pay duty as “ Articles of Figured Silk Broad Stuffs,"
B.. 9th February, 1819.
Silk Ribbons with lace edgings to be admitted as “ Figured Silk Ribbons." -B. O. March, 1855, No. 594.
SILK, RIBBONS, continued, viz. :
£ s. d. ...... Gauze mixed with Silk, Satin, or other
materials the Gauze being in less
. lb. 0 120 Velvet or Plush wholly of Silk or of
Silk mixed with Cotton, not exceed.
without satin or fancy edge(1) lb. 10 5 0
ornamented with Velvet or Plush, lb. 0 10 0 Fancy Silk, Net, or Tricot . . lb. 0 8 0 - Plain Silk Lace or Net, called Tulle. lb. 08 0 Manufactures of Silk, or of Silk mixed with any other materials, called Plush, not being Ribbons ,
. . lb. 0 30 ...... Årticles thereof, not otherwise enumerated . . .
. lb. 0 3 6 Black Plush, commonly used for making hats .
. . 1 0 1 0 Parasols and Umbrellas .
10 1 0 Damask of Silk and Wool, or of Silk and
other materials, for Furniture . lb.
any other materials, not particularly enu-
for every 100l. value 15 0 0 SILK-WORM GUT .. . . .value free SILVER ORE, or Ore of which the greater part in
value is Silver . . ton and value free Skins, Furs, Pelts, and TAILS, viz.:
Badger, undressed . . . number
. . number
. . . number free
(1) Plush Ribbons with the pile black and brown mixed, admitted as “plain." -B. 0. Sept. 1855. (Wilkinson.)
Plush Ribbous with linen thread admitted as “Silk Manufactures.”_B.0. 4th Oct. 1855, No. 63. (Candy & Co.)
(2) Whenever the duties chargeable by weight upon mixed articles manifestly exceed 15 per cent. by reason of the weight of the ingredients other than silk, the same shall be admitted at the ad valorem duty of 15 per cent. This regulation is not applicable to velvet or other articles, which may be fairly considered to be silk ribbons.-B. 0. 2nd Nov., 1852.
free free free free free
free free free free
Skins, Furs, &c., continued, viz. :- Cat
number - Chinchilla
. number - Deer
. number ...... Indian, half-dressed . . number ............ tanned, tawed, or in any way dressed .
. number - Dog in the hair, not tanned, tawed, or in any way dressed .
• number Dog-fish, undressed . . number
number Ermine ,
number ...... dressed
number Goat, raw or undressed .. number ...... tanned, tawed, or dressed number Goose, undressed .
number Husse ,
number Kangaroo ,
number Kid in the hair, undressed number ...... dressed .
. number ........... and dyed or coloured number Kolinski, undressed :
• number Lamb, undressed in the wool. number ...... tanned or tawed . number ...... ...... and dyed or coloured number ...... dressed in oil . . number Leopard, undressed . . . number Lion
number ...... Tails ,
number ...... dressed
number Mole, undressed
number ...... tanned, tawed, or dressed. number
free free free free free
Skins, FURS, &c., continued :
Racoon, undressed , . . number — Sable
:,:., . number ...... Tails or Tips, undressed . number - Seal in the hair, not tanned, tawed, or in any way dressed
, number Sheep, 'undressed in the wool number ...... tanned or tawed 6 . number ...... dressed in oil . . number Squirrel or Calabar, undressed. number ............ tawed . . number ............ tails, undressed. . value Swan, undressed
. . number
. . number
enumerated, viz., raw or undressed value
: . . value -- Articles manufactured of Skins and Furs. (')
. cwt. - Soft . ..
· cwt. - Naples . .
. cwt. - Scented or Fancy (3) . . . lb. Soda, Sulphate of . . . . . cwt. | Soy . .
. . . . . gallon SPA WARE
. cubic foot SPECIMENS of Minerals or Fossils . value -- Illustrative of Natural History. value SPECKLED WOOD SPECTACLES . .
(4) Muffs, Victorines and Cuffs, made of Pengnin skins, slightly lined with silk, admitted free.-B.O. 13th Oct., 1855, No. 273. (McCracken.)
(%) Coloured Imitation Fruit, &c., to be charged with duty as hard soap.B.O., 25th June. 1849.
3) Shaving Soap, not being almond paste, is to be charged with duty as " Perfumery,” when the article is scented ; as “ Goods Manufactured," when not scented.-B.O., 26th July 1848.
Soap, only of such high quality or ornamental form as would entitle it to class as perfumery, to be charged with the duty of 2d. per lb.-G.O., No. 10, 1854.